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PESCA Environnement, an environmental counseling firm headquartered in Maria in the Gaspe Peninsula, has opened a new office in Quebec.

With its new office, the company will now offer its services, including monitoring the environmental impacts of wind turbines, to the Capitale-Nationale, Charlevoix and Chaudiere-Appalaches regions. Claude Duquet will serve as director of the new office, which is located at 2750 Rue Einstein, Bureau 240, in Sainte-Foy in metropolitan Quebec.

PESCA Environnement's expanded presence will allow the company to consolidate and increase its market share within the environmental industry of Quebec.


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