Thursday, July 9, 2020

Tag: contaminants

B.C. Showcases River Remediation Project

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Victoria public had the opportunity to learn more about river remediation at an open house at British Columbia's Goldstream Provincial Park this past weekend....

Don’t Drink the Water

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When Attawapiskat First Nation declared a state of emergency in October 2011, Charlie Angus (MP Timmins-James Bay) visited the community to find out why....

Groundbreakers: Speedy Samples

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Although the technologies involved in water analysis are complex, they’re vital to ensuring the world’s supply of safe drinking water sources. Recognizing the need...

Wheatley Harbour Restored

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Wheatley Harbour, Ontario is once again a clean and healthy aquatic ecosystem, announced Dave Van Kesteren,...

Ottawa Receives Water Contamination Complaint

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The federal government is failing to enforce anti-pollution provisions of the federal Fisheries Act by allowing oilsands tailings ponds to leak contaminated materials into...

Threats and Consequences

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How can we act to prevent invasive species and protect biodiversity in the Great Lakes? As part of our World Water Day series,...

Wastewater Research Chair Up for Award

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Carleton University's Dr. Banu Örmeci is a finalist in the 2010 Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (OCRI) Awards. Örmeci is Canada Research Chair in...

BIOREM Gets $1.2M from Ontario

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Through its Innovation Agenda, Ontario is supporting the development of new wastewater treatment technology. The province is investing almost $1.2 million through the Innovation Demonstration...

Trojan Wins Stockholm Industry Water Award

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London, Ontario-based Trojan Technologies, a developer and proponent of large-scale ultraviolet (UV) water disinfection systems used worldwide, has won the 2009 Stockholm Industry Water...

Prentice Takes Action Against Mercury

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Jim Prentice, Minister of the Environment, has issued a statement on international agreement to work towards a UN treaty that would reduce the amount...

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