Sunday, August 18, 2019

New Standards for Wastewater Treatment in Northern Communities

Northern communities now have access to two new standardization resources that provide important strategies to integrate climate resilience into building and infrastructure design, guides,...

SDTC Funds BC Wastewater Cleantech Venture

Sustainable Development Technology Canada recently expanded its reach by piloting seed funding to find and support Canada’s most promising early-stage cleantech entrepreneurs. To do...

Okanagan Permitted to Continue Work Against Invasive Species

The Okanagan Basin Water Board has announced that it is pleased to see a reprieve from the proposed federal endangered listing of the native...

Saskatchewan Announces Transition to Flood Damage Reduction Program

The minister responsible for the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA), Dustin Duncan, announced that WSA is transitioning the Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program (EFDRP)...

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SDTC Funds BC Wastewater Cleantech Venture

Sustainable Development Technology Canada recently expanded its reach by piloting seed funding to find and support Canada’s most promising early-stage cleantech entrepreneurs. To do...

StatsCan Studying Canada’s Cannabis Consumption Through Wastewater

Statistics Canada (StatsCan) is going to great depths to study national cannabis consumption rates as the cannabis market becomes more firmly entrenched across the...

Water Pollution May Be Keeping Invasive Silver Carp Out of Great...

Invasive silver carp have been moving north toward the Great Lakes since their accidental release in the 1970’s. The large filter-feeding fish, which are...

Oil and Water: Better Monitoring Needed to Protect Groundwater Quality

When it comes to groundwater quality, fracking receives much of the public attention but misses most of the picture, according to hydrogeologists Jennifer McIntosh...

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