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New technique could accelerate methane production from FOG and food waste

University of Alberta engineers found that adding conductive materials to fats, oils and grease and waste products could boost methane production by 70%.
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Water experts named to Order of Canada for life’s work

Canada’s Governor General, Julie Payette, announced the 2019 list of recipients set to receive the Order of Canada, including a number for their work...
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Endress+Hauser releases new Memosens CCS51D free chlorine sensor

The new Memosens CCS51D sensor for free chlorine from Endress+Hauser provides extremely fast, high precision measured values, critical for protecting people and systems from...
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Pulsar Process Measurement and Greyline Instruments announce amalgamation

Instrumentation and monitoring companies Pulsar Process Measurement Ltd. and Greyline Instruments Inc. announced their amalgamation on December 19, 2019. Pulsar Process Measurement manufactures and supplies...
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Alberta Water Week conference brings operators together

Alberta water and wastewater professionals gathered for the Annual Water Week Conference organized by the Alberta Water and Wastewater Operators Association
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Endress+Hauser introduces the Turbimax CUS52D smart turbidity sensor

Endress+Hauser’s Turbimax CUS52D smart turbidity sensor and CUA252 flow cell provide continuous, unattended monitoring of drinking and process water quality.
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Industry leaders launch Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association

The Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association (OCTIA), a new not-for-profit organization that aims to champion Ontario’s cleantech sector officially launched in early November 2019. Globally,...
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Ontario’s proposal to change environmental infraction fines raises red flags with critics

Ontario is looking for feedback on a new proposal that would see a major change in how monetary penalties are administered for violations of...
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French firm wins build contract for B.C.’s Annacis Island WWTP expansion

Paris-based VINCI Construction has won a $184-million contract to build new pipelines as part of an expansion for British Columbia’s Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment...
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BC First Nation wants Canadian reserves to join legal challenge for safe drinking water

A group of First Nations has announced the launch of a new campaign to affirm First Nations' human right to safe drinking water in...

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New technique could accelerate methane production from FOG and food waste

University of Alberta engineers found that adding conductive materials to fats, oils and grease and waste products could boost methane production by 70%.
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