News | June 08, 2018

Yukon & Ta’an Kwäch’än Council Work on Zoning to Protect Wetlands

The Government of Yukon and Ta’an Kwäch’än Council will be working with local community members on developing potential zoning regulations in the Shallow Bay area, located north of Whitehorse on…

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NewsJun. 13, 2008
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AWWA Welcomes New President

Mike Leonard, water operations manager for the City of Roswell, Georgia, assumed the presidency of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) on Wednesday night at the AWWA's Annual Convention and…
NewsJun. 12, 2008
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Gowlings Clean Tech Award Presented to Nexterra Energy Corp.

Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP presented Nexterra Energy Corp. with the first-ever Gowlings Clean Tech Award as a part of the 22nd annual CATAAlliance Annual Innovation Awards on Tuesday.“It is an…
NewsJun. 10, 2008
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Government Considers Low-Flow Regulations: Canadian Press

According to a Canadian Press article, the Government of Canada is looking at regulations that would require manufacturers to sell low-flow plumbing fixtures as a way to conserve water and…
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Village of Casselman Receives OPWP Grant

The Village of Casselman, Ont., located about 50 kilometres east of Ottawa, received a $70,738 grant under the Ontario Potable Water Program (OPWP) on Monday. The OPWP, announced in February…
NewsJun. 10, 2008
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CIPH Lead Forum Update

On May 27, the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) co-sponsored a forum titled “Industry Compliance: The Future of Lead In Plumbing Products.” Over 50 members of CIPH, the…
NewsJun. 05, 2008
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Winner of 2008 Stockholm Industry Water Award Announced

Pioneering work to develop the world’s largest water purification plant for groundwater recharge has earned the Orange County Water District and the Orange County Sanitation District, California, the 2008 Stockholm…
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Schwarzenegger Declares Drought in California

According to anews release from the Earth Times, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proclaimed a statewide drought Wednesday after two years of below average rain and snow falls has left California's…
NewsJun. 10, 2008
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Government Considers Low-Flow Regulations: Canadian Press

According to a Canadian Press article, the Government of Canada is looking at regulations that would require manufacturers to sell low-flow plumbing fixtures as a way to conserve water and…
NewsJun. 10, 2008
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Village of Casselman Receives OPWP Grant

The Village of Casselman, Ont., located about 50 kilometres east of Ottawa, received a $70,738 grant under the Ontario Potable Water Program (OPWP) on Monday. The OPWP, announced in February…
NewsJun. 10, 2008
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CIPH Lead Forum Update

On May 27, the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) co-sponsored a forum titled “Industry Compliance: The Future of Lead In Plumbing Products.” Over 50 members of CIPH, the…
NewsJun. 05, 2008
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Winner of 2008 Stockholm Industry Water Award Announced

Pioneering work to develop the world’s largest water purification plant for groundwater recharge has earned the Orange County Water District and the Orange County Sanitation District, California, the 2008 Stockholm…
NewsJun. 05, 2008
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Schwarzenegger Declares Drought in California

According to anews release from the Earth Times, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proclaimed a statewide drought Wednesday after two years of below average rain and snow falls has left California's…

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Court to Decide on BC Regulations of Bitumen Transport to Coastal Waters

Yesterday, British Columbia Premier John Horgan announced that his government will leave the matter of its rights to protect its coastal waters from potential oil spills to a court ruling. This comes after proposed restrictions in January on the transport of diluted bitumen through the province caused backlash from Alberta Premier Rachel Notley. “We believe it is our right to take appropriate measures to protect our environment, economy, and our…
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Funding Will Support Quebec Park’s Connection to St. Lawrence River

Canada and Quebec will help to fund the restoration and enhancement of the Anse du Port eco-park in Nicolet, enhancing its connection to the St. Lawrence River. Marc Miller, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and Julie Boulet, Minister of Tourism and Minister Responsible for the Mauricie Region, announced that the governments of Canada and Quebec will each invest nearly $600,000 into converting the Anse du Port…
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Clearford Water Systems Shows Market Growth in UV Treatment

Ottawa-based Clearford Water Systems Inc. has released unaudited consolidated financial statements, which shows revenue slightly below $1 million for the last quarter, while the UV Pure segmented sales have shown market growth. Revenue for the second quarter 2017 was $972,731 compared with $1,041,011 for the prior year's quarter. Operating loss before net financing costs were $520,580 for the quarter compared with $816,879 for the prior year's quarter. For the six…
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