We’re all experiencing unprecedented times. The coronavirus pandemic has most people staying at home in an effort to stop its spread. Naturally, this has forced many non-essential businesses across Canada – and the world, at large – to shut their doors to the general public. This, we know, has put quite a strain on business owners everywhere.

Make no mistake – we’re all in this together. The COVID-19 crisis singles out no one. Here, at Enviro-Works Inc., we remain as positive as we can be, knowing that brighter futures lay ahead for all of us. We’d like to take this opportunity to offer our absolute best wishes to everyone as we collectively contend with some of the most trying times of our lives.

We’d like to offer our sincere and heartfelt thanks to all of our clients.

We can’t say enough about the awesome individuals who have entrusted our services to help keep them safe. At the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about, isn’t it? Without making our health and safety priorities, everything else we enjoy wouldn’t be so enjoyable, would it?

So, allow us to remind you that, as long as you’re healthy and safe, we’re all doing just fine. As well, we’d like to encourage you to consider some of the ways in which you may be able to help for this pandemic to foster positive experiences. After all, there has never been a time more important than now to offer up a good deed.

Check in with friends and family members to ensure they’re all okay. But, perhaps, you can take things a step further. Do you have any elderly neighbours you could check in on? See if they need any food or supplies and make good deeds a part of your new mandate. It will not only help to improve the lives of others, but we’re sure your spirits will be lifted as well.

Good deeds are taking place all over Canada.

As Oliver Moore reports for The Globe and Mail, many Canadians are going out of their way to be kind to others, as we all battle the coronavirus pandemic. “Across Canada, regular citizens have been volunteering to help neighbours, run errands and provide food,” he informs, “Social media groups have sprung up on Facebook to connect volunteers with those in need. Inspired by medical students at Western University, peers at a number of universities are preparing to help health workers with child care.”

We’re so happy to hear of this news and invite you to share any positive stories of your own. We would love to share your stories in a future blog. In the meantime, please know that our team remains committed to delivering our products and services to you in the least disruptive manner possible.

We’re doing our part to keep everyone safe.

In an effort to prevent the spread COVID-19, we are frequently wiping down high contact surfaces and contact points in our working environment. We are also asking our clients to kindly use our drop off bin to drop off any and all samples instead of having them delivered to our front reception area. The bin is located at the back of our building at 18949 111 Avenue NW in Edmonton.

Please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 780-457-4652, ext. 0 to let us know if you plan on visiting us in person. You may also email us at info@enviro-works.com. Stay safe and stay positive!