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B.C. communities outracing federal single-use plastics ban

British Columbia’s government says it is moving quickly to approve bylaws banning single-use plastics for several municipalities while it drafts a new regulation to...

Sherwin-Williams water and wastewater Impact Award accepting entries

Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine announced it is accepting entry submissions for its annual Impact Award, which recognizes outstanding water and wastewater projects completed in...
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SUEZ’s ZeeLung selected for world’s largest MABR project in Canada

SUEZ – Water Technologies & Solutions announced on August 17 that the Region of Waterloo has selected SUEZ’s ZeeLung technology to equip what will...
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Contech StormFilter Achieves ISO 14034 Environmental Technology Verification

Contech® Engineered Solutions announced that the Stormwater Management StormFilter® has been verified in accordance with ISO 14034 Environmental Management - Environmental Technology Verification (ETV)....
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Endress+Hauser recognized with Frost & Sullivan’s 2020 Global Liquid Analyzer Company of the Year...

Based on its recent analysis of the global liquid analyzer market, the market research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan honored Endress+Hauser as the...
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Manitoba creates new fund to support water and green technology projects

The Manitoba government has created a new fund that will provide up to $600,000 for green technology projects that focus on water, climate change,...
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East Penn Canada and Terrapure win environmental award for innovative lead battery recycling

Terrapure Environmental (Terrapure) and East Penn Canada announced that they received an Environment + Energy Leader Award for "Project of the Year" for their...
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Israeli-made algaecide making strides in fight against toxic algal blooms

Proprietary algaecide developed by Israeli-based cleantech company is creating significant drops in toxic cyanobacteria species that contaminates lakes worldwide.
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Ontario remains largest issuer of environmental fines in Canada, report finds

The province issued environmental fines totaling $22 million over 2015 – 2019, largely focusing on air quality and emissions contraventions, according to report.
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Alberta loses access to Milk River irrigation water following U.S. canal failure

Following a U.S. infrastructure failure in northern Montana, water levels in Alberta’s Milk River will likely be too low this summer for activities like canoeing or kayaking.

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Fashion and textile industries need greater focus on water pollution, report...

A new report warns that the apparel and textiles sector has a vital role to play in reducing water pollution, but less than half...
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