Thursday, January 21, 2021

Research Team Develops Method to Degrade Microplastics

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A research team from the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) has developed a process for wastewater treatment that degrades microplastics at the source. The results of...

Memramcook, N.B. Receives Funding to Expand Water System

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Funding has been announced to expand the water system in the Village of Memramcook, New Brunswick. “Rural communities are an integral part of our country,...

GNWT Releases Water Quality Results for Slave and Hay Rivers

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Results of water quality monitoring completed by the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) indicate that concentrations of some metals and hydrocarbons in the...

CVC Appoints 2021 Chair and Vice Chair

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Councillor Karen Ras was acclaimed as chair of Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) at the inaugural 2021 Board of Directors meeting held on January 15,...

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New Tool Removes Chemotherapy Drugs from Water Bodies: Researchers

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Pharmaceuticals, like a chemotherapy drug called methotrexate, can be highly effective for patients. However, these pharmaceuticals are finding their way into water bodies with...

Northern Lakes at Risk of Losing Ice Cover Permanently: Research

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York University researchers have found that close to 5,700 lakes in the Northern Hemisphere may permanently lose ice cover this century. Those lakes include large...

Regional Study Describes Changes in Extreme Streamflow Over Last Century

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The number of “extreme streamflow” events observed in river systems have increased significantly across the United States and Canada over the last century, according...

New Resources Related to Pharmaceuticals and Role of Citizen Science Now...

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Pollution Probe has released a new set of resources related to pharmaceuticals and the role of citizen science. Pharmaceuticals have been found throughout the Great...
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