BC Housing lowers natural gas with EndoTherm

January 3rd, 2020

EndoTherm reduced space heating gas consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from 12 buildings over a two year study by the BC Housing Research Centre. The results were analyzied and received third party verifiication by Morrison Hershfield, engineering and consultation services firm. 

As a result of the successful pilot, BC Housing is adding EndoTherm to more buildings through the PACE Eco Program which packages EndoTherm with water treatment and scheduled site service to protect and extend the life of their HVAC system.

The non-profit public housing sector has also adopted EndoTherm and the Eco Program to help lower energy consumption and emissions through-out the Province.  

PACE looks forward to supporting the public housing sector and all those who wish to improve buildings efficency and overall sustainability. 

Email:  sustainability@pacechem.com for a full report on BC Housing's study and more information on EndoTherm and the Eco Program

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