Friday, November 27, 2020

Tag: drinking water treatment

Province Releases Progress Report on Climate Change Action Plan

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Yesterday, Ontario released its first progress report on its Climate Change Action Plan (CCAP), which details progress and actions taken to meet environmental targets,...

More First Nations Water Investments Announced

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During a trip to Quebec, the Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development...

Treatment Product May Pose Health Risks: Health Canada

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Health Canada has issued a warning to the Canadian public about the risks to health associated with use of the unauthorized drug product, Miracle...

Water Research Partnership Receives Recognition

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Water research resulting from an innovative partnership between Halifax Water and Dalhousie University has been recognized by the American Water Works Association (AWWA), the...

Explaining Treatment

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Water Canada: Hi, Brian. What’s your role at Trojan? Brian Petri: I have a mandate to lead our disinfection research program. Our lab group tries...

Winnipeg Treatment Plant Opens

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This morning, Winnipeg's Mayor Sam Katz toasted the official opening of the City's new drinking water treatment plant—a facility that took 10 years to...

A Nice Cold Drink

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Conventional technologies for drinking water treatment are no longer considered adequate for ensuring the delivery of potable water to communities. This is particularly true...

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