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Microscopy detection technique sees more nanoplastics in bottled water, study finds

By using a new microscopy detection method, a recent study found that one litre of bottled water contained an average of 240,000 fragments of...
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Ovivo advances E2metrix PFAS collaboration into acquisition

Montreal-headquartered water and wastewater treatment equipment company, Ovivo, has acquired E2metrix Inc., also based in Quebec, following two years of collaboration to create a...
Walkerton Clean Water Centre

Veolia donates new ultrafiltration membrane pilot units to Walkerton Clean Water Centre

Veolia Water Technologies & Solutions has donated two new ultrafiltration membrane pilot units to the Walkerton Clean Water Centre’s (WCWC) technology demonstration facility for...
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BC’s CVRD reaches $3.2M purchase agreement for Shawnigan private water system

The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) in British Columbia has reached a $3.2-million purchase agreement for the Shawnigan Village Waterworks private water system from...
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Lethbridge will present water conservation plan in April to address declining reservoirs

As drought conditions push reservoir levels across southern Alberta to their lowest levels in decades, Lethbridge city council has announced “proactive steps” to address...
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Ontario continues march towards streamlining EAs, introducing project list approach

Ontario leaders have begun to shift the province to a project list approach for environmental assessments as they kick off the spring sitting of...
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Nevada juries award $360M in bottled water liver damage lawsuits

Juries have awarded a combined $360 million in damages in relation to two lawsuits filed against Real Water brand drinking water, a Nevada-based company...
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Private member’s bill to remove plastics ‘toxic’ listing earns support of chemistry industry

The Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) says it supports a new private member’s bill that wants to remove the classification of plastic manufactured...
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Hydro-Québec fined $127K for transmission line project infractions

Hydro-Québec has been fined for changes made during its 120-kilovolt transmission line project, after the utility developed work areas and paths, including embankments around...

Ontario opens funding for water infrastructure work that aids housing growth

In an effort to unlock more housing opportunities and support the province’s growing population, Ontario has opened up its funding applications window for $200...
Western University

Canada launches $1M Moon water purification challenge 

As the Canadian Space Agency invites innovators to compete in the development of technologies that could remove contaminants found in Moon water, Western University...
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Thunder Bay-area trailer park violations lead to $33K in Ontario water fines

More than $30,000 in provincial water fines have been levied against a Thunder Bay-area trailer park and its management for failing to comply with...

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