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MOECC posts proposed greenhouse gas emissions reporting regulation to support future cap-and-trade program

Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) posted on the Environmental Registry, September 14, 2015, notice of proposed amendments to O. Reg....

Spill results in $375,000 penalty for Alberta company

Panther Industries (Alberta) Inc. pleaded guilty on July 28, 2015 in Alberta Provincial Court and was ordered to pay a total of $375,000 in...

Industry news: Seepex now distributed by John Brooks Co.

SEEPEX, Inc. announced that John Brooks Co., Ltd. has been appointed the authorized and exclusive distributor of its pump products in Alberta and Saskatchewan....
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What increasing electric vehicle use means for utilities

A series of reports released by Pollution Probe and partner utility companies presents a strategic approach to enabling electric vehicle technology in ten Canadian...

2015 Plastics Pipe Institute award winners

The Plastics Pipe Institute, Inc. (PPI) recently announced recipients of awards through its yearly recognition program honoring significant industry contributions and professional achievements. Three individual...
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Middlesex Centre increases water security with new elevated water tower

Built to improve the municipality's water security in the event of a water main break, the tower is capable of sustaining Ilderton for up to six days.
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London hosts ISO workshop on flushable wipes

The work group examined how best to deal with the concerns wastewater representatives have raised with items identified as “flushable.”

Personal knowledge management and consulting engineers

Personal knowledge management is a collection of processes that a person uses to gather, classify, store, search, retrieve and share knowledge.
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The evolution of environmental consulting

Over the next decade the environmental consulting industry will be transformed by advances in the biological sciences. These will be driven by the torrent of inexpensive genomic information and applications.

Canadian women increasingly help lead the water treatment industry

Three Canadian women won awards at the 2014 American Water Works Association (AWWA) Annual Conference & Exposition.

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Red Deer’s new water treatment residuals facility earns sustainable infrastructure award

The City of Red Deer’s residuals management facility, currently under construction for its water treatment plant, has earned Envision Bronze verification for leadership in...
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