Jeff Goldman of SoilFLO looks at how Ontario’s new regulations for the management of excess soil from construction projects will mean greater transparency and accountability, but user buy-in is needed.
By Steve Davey “The Day the Earth Stood Still” is a classic 1951 film about a humanoid alien visitor named Klaatu that comes to Earth,...
Michael S. Burke, chairman and CEO of AECOM, looks at how infrastructure plays a key role in the global economic recovery from the coronavirus, and draws from past examples that can serve as inspiration.
Many jurisdictions around the world are setting regulations and standards for specific PFAS and are taking steps to assess their potential for human exposure. But, aside from British Columbia, we haven’t seen any guidelines from Canadian provinces on PFAS.
To help those with environmental responsibilities navigate the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we've created this page to gather resources and articles relating to water, wastewater and environmental protection fields, including industry event updates.
Wastewater operators are facing an increased amount of inappropriate solid waste flushed down toilets, causing clogs in wastewater systems.
Population growth does’t always coincide with good economic trends or government income, which is needed to finance water and wastewater infrastructure.
By Tony Petrucci Can you imagine a world where everyone has access to clean drinking water and proper sanitation? It’s not an impossible vision. Last...