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Newmarket’s pilot leak detection program works at saving water

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Newmarket, ON - Newmarket’s Water Meter Replacement Program is continuing with great success to replace and upgrade all water meters in Town. The aim...

Merritt, B.C. receives $3 M for water meter program

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BC’s Ministry of Municipal Affairs has authorized a $3,000,000 grant for the implementation of a universal water metering program for the City of Merritt. Many municipalities implement residential,...

B.C. invests in water infrastructure in Kelowna, Merritt

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The Province of British Columbia is investing $6 million for drinking water and wastewater treatment projects in Kelowna and Merritt, supporting the health and...

Proactive monitoring ensures high quality drinking water, Coquitlam

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Coquitlam, B.C. – Thirsty in Coquitlam? Skip the bottled water and filters and enjoy top quality drinking water right from the tap. According to an annual...

Making waves: SAIT students dive into real-world water solutions

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Water, water everywhere! It's a compound we can't live without. Yet, as much as we rely on water for our survival, it can also...

How is the Canadian water sector evolving?

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Water continues to be a significant issue in Canada. Challenges with water quality, infrastructure, and resources impact many communities across the country on an...

Manitoba Government waiving fees for private well, cistern water testing

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The Manitoba government is providing additional support to flood-impacted private well and cistern owners by fully subsidizing costs associated with testing their water supply...

Sutton, Quebec obtains the Blue Community certification

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The Town of Sutton has reiterated its public by obtaining the Blue Community certification awarded by the Eau Secours organization. The municipality is committed to recognizing...

Why water is the new carbon

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There’s a steady stream of news about severe water shortages and “megadrought” around the globe. As the Colorado River dries up in the United...

Wastewater heat recovery: From dirty water to clean energy

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Canadians have the second highest water consumption in the world and generate almost 12.7 trillion litres of wastewater a day, much of which is...

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