Friday, November 15, 2019

Ontario Approves Outfall Environmental Assessment for Duffin Creek Plant

The regions of Durham and York are proceeding with the proposed treatment enhancements at the Duffin Creek Water Pollution Control Plant in Pickering. The regions...

Water Prices Increasingly Unaffordable for Low Income Households

Environmentalists and water economists have long argued that Canadian households have not conserved water in part because it is priced at excessively low levels. Somewhat...

LIFT SEE IT Accepting Applications for Travel Scholarships in 2020

Scholarships are available once again to enable utility personnel to visit other utilities with innovations of interest through the Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology...

Acuva Technologies Launches Next-Generation Water Purification System

Acuva Technologies Inc.—a company based in B.C. that designs, manufactures, and integrates UV-LED drinking water purification systems—recently announced two new additions to its growing...

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Water Prices Increasingly Unaffordable for Low Income Households

Environmentalists and water economists have long argued that Canadian households have not conserved water in part because it is priced at excessively low levels. Somewhat...

York University Research Uses AI to Predict Flood Risk in Real...

Researchers from York University can now predict river water levels days in advance of floods using artificial intelligence and data from two rivers: the...

LIFT SEE IT Accepting Applications for Travel Scholarships in 2020

Scholarships are available once again to enable utility personnel to visit other utilities with innovations of interest through the Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology...

Solar & Wind Energy Can Help Improve Water Resource Use

The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) researchers explored optimal pathways for managing groundwater and hydropower trade-offs for different water availability conditions as...

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