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Village’s wastewater oxidation ditches still in service after 57 years of operation

As the Village of Montrose in British Columbia prepares to upgrade its wastewater treatment facility, the makers of the still-working, original aeration technology can safely say that their engineering products are built to last.
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Funding announced for upgrades to solid waste management and water and wastewater systems in...

Canada's Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, Amarjeet Sohi, and Nunavut Minister of Community and Government Services, Joe Savikataaq, announced over $230 million in joint...

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Stormwater system upgrades part of Dartmouth’s downtown revitalization project  

In what’s being called a “landmark project” for Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, $32.5 million in funding will go towards replacing portions of the existing stormwater...