Saturday, December 7, 2019

Tag: contaminants

B.C. Showcases River Remediation Project

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

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

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

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

Ottawa Receives Water Contamination Complaint

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

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

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

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

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

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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