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Road salt pollutes drinking water wells in suburban New York state

Road salt applied during the winter lingers in the environment, where it can pollute drinking water supplies. In a recent study in the Journal...

Biotech pioneers win 2018 Stockholm Water Prize

Professors Bruce Rittmann and Mark van Loosdrecht were named the 2018 Stockholm Water Prize Laureates for their research and innovations in revolutionizing water and...

Real-time monitoring could reduce First Nations water advisories by one third, study finds

Researchers at the University of Guelph have found that the majority of drinking water advisories in First Nations communities across Canada are precautionary, and...
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Why different light sources are needed for process turbidimeters

This article is excerpted from a whitepaper recently produced by Tintometer about the performances of its PTV Series of process turbidimeters, which use three...
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Walkerton Clean Water Centre launches drinking water resource library

For over a year, the Walkerton Clean Water Centre (the Centre) has been developing an online portal of resources and piloting its content with...

Tap Ontario water technology to cut GHGs, says new report

By David Nesseth As reliable water sources dwindle, and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions becomes critical, WaterTAP, Ontario’s water-technology champion, says in a...

World Water Day celebrates Green Infrastructure

World Water Day 2018 is dedicated to Nature for Water, a concept that explores nature-based solutions for water challenges in the 21st century.
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Study finds involving the public in water policies is key to successful municipal water...

Informing residents about local water issues and involving them in local water policies are the keys to building healthy and resilient city water systems,...
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Saint John using orthophosphate to stabilize leaky pipe scale

Saint John City Council in New Brunswick has agreed to use an orthophosphate treatment system to resolve problems that have occured after it switched...

Advanced pump station monitoring provides real-time data for performance analysis

Volucalc, a device from Canadian manufacturer Maid Labs, makes use of very simple information available in the pumping station to collect data and alarm the operator if anything goes wrong.

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