Thursday, July 9, 2020

Streamlining Water Treatment Solutions for Indigenous and Non-Urban Communities

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In the traditional approach to developing water treatment solutions for Indigenous and non-urban communities, there is a linear relationship between source water, a drinking...

Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECs)

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Throughout the last decade, the definition of ‘contaminants of emerging concern’ (CECs) has morphed into an open ended and ambiguous term. Currently, any compound that...

Tracking Cancelled and Postponed Industry Events

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Water Canada’s team is tracking industry events across the country that are being cancelled, postponed, or moved online as a result of the COVID-19...

Op-Ed: Should Stimulus Funding Target Lead Infrastructure?

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Over the past 18 months, there has been a great deal of conversation regarding the importance of removing lead infrastructure in Canada: the lead...

The Great Lakes and the Climate Crisis

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Historically high water levels, shoreline flooding, torrential downpours, warming waters, freezing winters, sudden snow melts, wind storms, and powerful wave action are eroding our...

Global Challenges, Local Concerns

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The disconnect between global environmental concerns and impacts felt at a local scale can be difficult to bridge. Recently, the United Nations Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform...

Water Canada Announces Finalists for 2020 Water’s Next Awards

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Water Canada’s annual Water’s Next Awards program recognizes individuals and companies that have had a positive impact on the water industry in Canada and...

What is Needed to Remove Lead from Drinking Water in Canada?

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What’s holding us back from replacing lead pipes in Canada? What are some tools that can be used to incentivize and accelerate the replacement...

Impact of COVID-19 on Water Technology Companies

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Water technology companies have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which doesn’t come as a surprise. But how exactly have they been impacted? To find...

A Designers Experience with Designing Large Systems for the U.S. and...

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Designing large scale wastewater treatment systems for the United States and Canada each come with their own set of familiarities and challenges. And of...

Arctic Water—An Abundant Resource in Short Supply

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It is estimated that 37 per cent of Canada’s total freshwater is contained in the three territories. In spite of this abundant resource, water...

Overcoming the Mine Water Management Challenge

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If ever there was an industry that put water professionals to the test, it would be mining. It demands excellence and innovation in all...

All About That Dace

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Stormwater management strategy helps the Region of Peel treat polluted runoff and protect a local redside dace population. Understanding how an infrastructure project affects a...

Minimizing the Impacts of a Pandemic on Water Service Delivery

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Water utilities are continuing to provide safe drinking water to communities across Canada, even as states of emergency are being declared due to the...
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