Friday, August 12, 2022

Optimizing co-digestion for municipalities and agricultural feed stocks

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There is currently significant momentum building with the renewable biogas industry in North America as it offers an opportunity to help reduce GHG emissions...

The Ecological Accounting Process: A B.C. collaborative initiative 

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If we know how to do a much better job of protecting ecological features and stream systems in our communities and on our landscape,...

Canadian environmental remediation experts lead worldwide efforts to address PFAS

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Groundwater is a critical resource that is "overlooked and undervalued," its degradation incurring "enormous costs for society," according to the Canadian Expert Panel on...

Microplastics: Using technology to find a growing environmental threat

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Carleton University - Plastic pollution was already viewed as one of the most pressing environmental issues on the planet when, this spring, researchers made a...

What monitoring COVID through wastewater can (and can’t) tell us

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As pandemic restrictions have eased, many Canadians have begun enjoying gathering again with family, friends, and colleagues in a more carefree manner. While smoother...

Experts weigh in on Ontario water issues for 2022 and beyond

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As the Ontario elections loom large on the horizon, Water Canada took the opportunity to ask water industry experts to weigh in on what...

Blue Economy: Implementing green infrastructure

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Take a quick scroll through the news or social media and you’re likely to see the term green infrastructure making an appearance somewhere on...

Canada’s Largest Water Infrastructure Projects

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Each year, our sister publication ReNew Canada provides its report on the largest public sector infrastructure projects in Canada. This year’s report reached new...

The Beaver Hills Biosphere Wetland Inventory Project

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The Beaver Hills was designated as a biosphere on March 16, 2016 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). This is...

Meeting a critical need: First Nations community gets water treatment facility

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Most of North America takes potable water for granted, but for many of Canada’s First Nation communities, access to clean drinking water is not...

Addressing climate change risks through infrastructure design

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As we look back upon 2021, it was a year characterized by weather extremes – with Western Canada shattering both heat and wet-weather records....

Over and above: Warren Brown

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Last spring, when Warren Brown was recognized with Water’s Next awards for both water steward and water/wastewater operator of the year for 2020, he...

The Brighton Beach bioswale project

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When it rains, the ground acts like a sponge, absorbing much of the downpour, providing essential nutrients for the plant life tucked in the...

A culture of water stewardship bubbles up with Coors Seltzer’s help

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If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught executives anything about the keys to business resilience, it's that risk management and listening to a broad group...
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