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ESC Takes Part in ISPE Canada Annual Education and Product Symposium


( Toronto, ON - The leaders from Environmental Systems Corporation (ESC) where we create environments for success are thrilled to take part in this year's ISPE Canada Annual Education and Product Symposium on May 6 - 7th, at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto.

"This is an important time for the pharma and bio-tech sectors in Canada and we're thrilled to be part of the ISPE community working to push the technology even further into the future," said Aaron Styles, Vice President of ESC.

ESC is quickly establishing a name for itself in building and designing cutting edge and compliant cleanrooms for organizations in all sectors. In fact, they're proud to announce that congratulate Dalton Pharma Services just earned their 1st FDA Pre-Approval Inspection for their Canadian Manufacturing Facility.

"Our customers' success is our success," added Styles.

"When our clients receive certification and positive feedback from the regulator's, it reinforces to us our commitment and obsession in partnering with our clients for efficient and effective critical environments and cleanrooms."

Anyone looking to talk about critical environments or cleanrooms are encouraged to visit the team at ESC at their booth in Dominion Hall!


About the ISPE Canada Annual Education and Product Symposium

This event seeks to bring together leaders in the pharma sector to inspire progress through education, operational excellence, product knowledge, and interaction.

It takes place on May 6 - 7, 2019 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 123 Queen Street West, Toronto, On, M5H 2M9.

About Environmental Systems Corporation

Environmental Systems Corporation designs critical environments and builds cleanrooms to ISO 14644 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 Requirements. Our custom manufacturing of the air handling systems for critical environments gives us the advantage of understanding one of the most important aspects of the cleanroom; the close tolerance control of temperature, humidity, air changes and cleanroom pressures to provide cascading pressure differentials.

Chris Adams
Environmental Services Corporation

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