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September 15, 2010

The Environmental Abatement Council of Ontario's Annual Golf Tournament was held on Wednesday, September 15, 2010 at Wooden Sticks Golf Club in Uxbridge. We had an amazing turnout of one hundred and forty golfers! Everyone enjoyed a great day on the course! The day was cool, and had a mixture of sun and clouds, and warmed up as the day went on. Prior to golf, everyone enjoyed a BBQ lunch in the dining room. After golf, members enjoyed cocktails and a deluxe dinner buffet. All golfers received an EACO porcelain travel mug, EACO portfolio and EACO golf umbrella, as well as a hat, course map and pin, compliments of Wooden Sticks.

Special thanks were extended to Ian Henderson for his assistance in organizing the event. As well, thanks were extended to this year's golf sponsors:

Golf Cart Sponsor Ferro Canada Inc.
Platinum Sponsor - Grand Prize Hazmasters Environmental
Gold Sponsors - Lunch Krytiuk Specialty Contracting Inc.
Hazmasters Environmental
Silver Sponsors - Dinner Wine Pinchin Environmental
Safety Express Ltd.
Silver Sponsor - Putting Contest Sporometrics
Hole Sponsors Abbot Environmental Inc.
ECOH Management Inc.
Envirosafe Inc.
Firstbrook, Cassie & Anderson Ltd.
GB Environmental Services (Niagara) Ltd.
I & I Construction Services
MSA - The Safety Company
McGowan Insulations Ltd.
Polytarp Products
Quantum Murray LP
R.C. White Ltd.
Royal-Thom Construction
Safetech Environmental
T. Harris Environmental
Tri-Phase Environmental

Winners for 2010:

Grand Prize: Jason Smith
Beat the Pro: Stuart Forbes
Mens Longest Drive Greg Baldsen
Ladies Longest Drive   Drew Iverson
Mens Closest to the Pin Brian Sinclair
Ladies Closest to the Pin Drew Iverson
Closest to the Rope Martin Ling and Gerry Tereschuk
Longest Putt Peter Ferrante and Glenn Smith

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EACO’s Past President, Steve Fulford, holds IHSA’s Gil Samson Award presented to the Demolition Labour-Management Health and Safety Committee. Steve sits on the committee as EACO’s representative. The committee was honoured for its work including identifying the need to address occupational disease in construction and working with EACO to develop a guideline to standardize the content and format of a designated substance survey. Steve, as Chair of the DSS Committee, said “EACO is commended for its leadership in contributing to such an important industry initiative” as well he thanked the committee participants who volunteered their time to develop the guide which will be published later this year.