Canines have unique olfactory systems that can smell odors at
concentrations of up to 100 million times less than humans can
and distinguish the elements of one odor from the those of
another odor. That's why they have been used for many years
for important scenting jobs, such as bomb detection, arson
detection, drug detection, and search and rescue. The role of
scenting canines is growing and now includes the ability to
detect important scents such as cancer, diabetes, bed bugs,
mold, gas leaks, and invasive plant and animal species.
The pathogens in human sewage discharged into our waterways can harm the health of humans who swim, boat, and fish there, as well as harm the animals and marine life in and around the water. Many times, the sources of the discharges are under ground, under water, or otherwise undetectable with human sight and smell. But CANINES CAN SMELL WHAT WE CAN'T SEE OR SMELL. Through ECS, they have become an important part of human pathogen pollution detection and elimination programs.
Contact: Karen Reynolds, President
Phone: (517) 282-5493