Feature | December 03, 2018

Water Recycling in the Food Industry, Cutting Costs and Reducing Impacts

A successful business has management and staff that constantly look for ways to make money and ways to save money. When it comes to managing wastewater generated by a business,…

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Why Blue is the New Green

According to one of the world's largest consumer products companies, Canadians are huge water wasters, second only to Americans, and most of us don't even realize it. On April 16,…
May. 04, 2008
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Remarkable Natural Filtration

After oxygen, water is our most important molecule — the source of all life on Earth and the key to all great civilizations. But clean water for drinking is in…
Mar. 04, 2008
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Managing Municipal Risks

The Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002 (SDWA) imposes significant obligations on municipalities for the operation of their drinking-water systems. With those obligations come risks, including the risk of substantial fines…
Mar. 04, 2008
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Spending to Save

It is without a doubt one of the most pressing issues facing cities throughout North America today, and for most urban dwellers, be them residential or commercial, it is given…
Jan. 02, 2008
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State of the Industry: Into the Looking Glass

As unique as 2007 was for many in this industry, 2008 will follow with some of the same trends observed last year. Consider the last quarter of 2007 just the…
Jan. 01, 2008
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The U.S. Invasion

With Canada's infrastructure crumbling and so many water and wastewater treatment plants in need of upgrading, there is little wonder that U.S. companies are eyeing Canada as a place for…
Mar. 04, 2008
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Managing Municipal Risks

The Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002 (SDWA) imposes significant obligations on municipalities for the operation of their drinking-water systems. With those obligations come risks, including the risk of substantial fines…
Mar. 04, 2008
Read Later

Spending to Save

It is without a doubt one of the most pressing issues facing cities throughout North America today, and for most urban dwellers, be them residential or commercial, it is given…
Jan. 02, 2008
Read Later

State of the Industry: Into the Looking Glass

As unique as 2007 was for many in this industry, 2008 will follow with some of the same trends observed last year. Consider the last quarter of 2007 just the…
Jan. 01, 2008
Read Later

The U.S. Invasion

With Canada's infrastructure crumbling and so many water and wastewater treatment plants in need of upgrading, there is little wonder that U.S. companies are eyeing Canada as a place for…

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Look Before You Leak

As the infrastructure deficit exceeds capital and operational budgets, the leaders in charge of Canada’s municipal water and wastewater assets and operations are being asked to do more with less. User rates are not high enough to reflect the true cost of water infrastructure and operations and government funding alone—at all levels—can’t meet demand. How can these leaders cope with expanding capacity to accommodate growth while replacing and repairing failing…
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Cross-Border Collaboration for Great Lakes Protection

Four of the five Great Lakes help to define the U.S.-Canada border; but what separates our two countries brings them together as well. The Great Lakes lie at the heart of the U.S.—Canada trade relationship, the largest in history, with bilateral trade totalling nearly $670 billion a year. Having grown up in Buffalo, N.Y., and attended high school in Niagara Falls, Ont., I have a personal appreciation of how cross-border…
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Going Solo

Roman aqueducts and sewers provide a powerful emblem of the antiquity of urban water infrastructure—centralized approaches to water and wastewater service provision may seem similarly old, but are in fact largely a product of the twentieth century. The centralized model arose as a response to a difficult conundrum: how to provide essential services to an urban form that was rapidly and radically transforming through a massive population boom and the…
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