With the introduction of new legislation to the Cannabis industry in Canada there are significant challenges that facilities need to overcome. Challenges affecting grow facilities include controlling growing conditions to optimize the product quality and quantity, protecting equipment, processes, and people. Factors affecting product quality and yield include: humidity, temperature control, inorganic and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s), and gaseous contaminants.
A significant challenge faced by many facilities is controlling the odours emitted throughout the product process. While government regulations on odour control have yet to be implemented, facilities are working tirelessly to ensure that exhaust air is free of odours and terpenes to reduce the impact on neighboring facilities.
BGE will be with you every step of the way to mitigate challenges and areas of concern. We offer:
- Particulate filtration
- Gas-Phase media – customized for the Cannabis industry
- HEPA filtration
- Equipment and housings
- Facility and system surveys
- Indoor air quality assessments and testing
- Filtration management programs
- Vendor managed inventory
Why Choose BGE
BGE uses a stringent, phased approach that take all factors affecting Cannabis production into consideration. As there are diverse geographical regions in western canada, factors to keep in mind are temperature, humidity, production locations, and daylight hours. Our phased approach involves facility and system surveys to identify the production facility and growing conditions such as air handling units, odour control equipment, cleaning equipment and processes, and current filtration requirements. Indoor air quality assessments and testing are conducted to identify inorganic and volatile organic compounds, gaseous contaminants, humidity, and temperature. With all of this information, we provide custom-tailored solutions involving particulate filtration, HEPA filtration, Gas-Phase media, equipment, and filtration programs to build a clean, healthy indoor/outdoor air environment.