How Majak Environmental Began

Majak was founded in 2013, in response to a need for customized environmental protection services for institutions, industry, and non-profit organizations around the world. Our business is registered in Nova Scotia, Canada, where the office is located. Collaborations with various partners enable us to adopt the best environmental management and protection practices to minimize our ecological footprint on the environment. We have solid expertise to develop and deliver online or in-person courses, seminars, workshops, and presentations. This provides opportunities for learners, communities, and partners to understand sustainability in site reclamation, remediation, and environmental health protective measures. Majak brings together a team of seasoned and highly trained professionals who enjoy working with clients and stakeholders to achieve healthy environments. Our goal is to improve human health and protect the environment for future generations.

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Company Profile

We provide excellent environmental management and protection services for a variety of industry sectors, including mining, agriculture, telecommunications, the fishery, and industrial facilities. This included the development of environmental management systems for your regulatory and policy needs while respecting your confidential business information. We also provide educational sessions to inform industry, the public, and various community groups about environmental health risks associated with exposures to harmful substances in the workplace and at home and how to protect human and environmental health from these risks. Our services include the delivery of customized learning sessions for educational institutions, health care providers, community centers, early childhood educators (daycares), and many more.

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Our ecological footprint brand promotes measuring human demand on natural capital that tracks demand through an ecological accounting system. It includes environmental impacts, such as water use, excavation, and the amount of land used for food production.