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UBC wastewater research may help protect aquatic life

New wastewater system design guidelines developed at the University of British Columbia may help municipal governments better protect aquatic life and save millions of...
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Veolia wins contract for all Armenian water and wastewater services

Veolia will supply drinking water and wastewater services for the entire country of Armenia in a 15-year $1.14 billion  (€800 million) contract, according to...

Blue-Zone granted Canadian patent for central collection of anesthetic gases

Blue-Zone Technologies Ltd. announced that is has been granted an additional patent in Canada for its halogenated hydrocarbon recovery system. Granted on October 25, 2016, with...
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GE to sell its Water & Process Technology business

General Electric confirmed that it is exploring options for selling its Water & Process Technology business in a news release on October 31, 2016. GE...
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Saskatchewan First Nation fined for environmental violation

On October 6, 2016, the Makwa Sahgaiehcan (Loon Lake) First Nation pleaded guilty, in Saskatchewan Provincial Court, for failing to comply with an environmental...
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Mining company ordered to pay for untreated acidic wash water release

On October 7, 2016, Nyrstar Myra Falls pleaded guilty, in B.C. Provincial Court, to two counts under the Fisheries Act, as well as to...
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YSI partners with leading AUV manufacturer OceanServer

OceanServer Technology, a manufacturer of commercial autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), announced on October 1, 2016, its continuation of a 10-year partnership with YSI (a...
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Concrete production facility products certified to ASTM Canada and CSA

The Langley Concrete Group of Companies announced October 18, 2016 that their Chilliwack, B.C. production facility has been certified to two of Canadian Standards...
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Exploring innovation in the engineering profession

Engineers from all sectors of the profession recently convened for a workshop in Ottawa to explore engineering's role in progress and innovation. Held on October...
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Quebec merchant fined for Canadian Environmental Protection Act violations

On September 14, 2016, René Jr. Major, a gas-powered equipment merchant, was ordered to pay fines and fees totalling more than $65,000 for violating...

Applications now open for Great Lakes Project funding

Organizations working to protect, restore and enhance the Great Lakes and surrounding water systems can now apply for up to $25,000 in funding. The Ontario...
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Caledon companies fined $10,000 for Environmental Protection Act violations

V3 Disposal Services Inc. and Henrietta Investments Inc. pleaded guilty to one offence each and were fined $10,000 for delivering and depositing demolition waste...

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