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This large pad is laid out to have eight compost windrows 50 metres in length

Spring marks crucial test for NB biosolids composting facility

A third-party audit of the composting facility’s system in summer 2023 revealed that ongoing modifications may have eventually compromised aspects of the GORE system.
Toronto Western Hospital

Toronto’s new wastewater energy project could be first of many as partners share experience

Property owners and energy developers in Toronto can use an existing online map to determine whether a sewer is in the vicinity of their site for a wastewater energy project.
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Wetland constructed at Moncton snow disposal facility to protect waterways

Overall, results show a reduction in chloride levels between 66% to 93% when comparing water samples from the inlet and outlet of the wetland.
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Edmonton weighs options to expand organics processing capacity

As the population grows in the City of Edmonton, and an organics collection program continues to roll out to apartments and condos, local officials...
Thames River

Ontario hands down $266K in fines for stormwater infrastructure failure that polluted Thames River

An Ontario real estate development company, its president, a consulting firm, and its general manager, have been fined a total of $266,000 in relation...
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Ontario releases landfilling site violations now subject to fine

Following Ontario’s Environmental Protection Act amendment in late 2023 to fine landfills when non-compliance concerns arise, the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks...
Chalk River Laboratories campus in Ontario

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories aims to be carbon neutral by 2040 at Chalk River

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) has announced that it hopes to achieve carbon neutral operations at its Chalk River Laboratories campus in Ontario by 2040.    Among...
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Canada’s largest spill-response vessel finds new home in BC’s Beecher Bay

The K.J. Gardner, Canada’s largest quick-response flagship offshore supply vessel equipped for pollution cleanup, emergency towage and support duties, has a new home base...
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Quebec cosmetics company fined $500K for not reporting PFAS in eye, lip pencils

A Quebec-based cosmetics company has been fined $500,000 for using perfluorononyl dimethicone in eye and lip pencil products without previously providing the government with...

Circular Economy Accelerator program reveals pilot results of guiding 16 BC businesses

Following a successful one-year pilot phase with 16 businesses in British Columbia, the Victoria-based Synergy Foundation’s Circular Economy Accelerator program identified 714 circular solutions...
Lund Harbour Powell River

BC’s Lund set for overhaul of district water system with $11M grant

Following a Vancouver Coastal Health directive to improve its water quality, the qathet Regional District has received an $11-million grant to reform the main...
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CWWA survey shows significant interest in natural infrastructure solutions

A new report from the Canadian Water & Wastewater Association (CWWA) reveals that more than 80% of survey respondents see the use of natural...

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