Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Tag: nutrient loading

Montreal Researchers Find Watersheds’ Avg. Max Phosphorus Absorption

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A study led by researchers at Université de Montréal has quantified the maximum amount of phosphorus that can accumulate in a watershed before additional...

Sustainable Water Management Objectives in Saanich Agri Security Plan

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The District of Saanich, B.C. has invited community members to provide feedback on the draft Saanich Agriculture and Food Security Plan. The plan provides...

Engaging Lake Winnipeg: Next Steps for Federal Action in the Basin

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Earlier this week, Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) announced that Terry Duguid, Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South, will lead basin-wide stakeholder engagement...

New Data on Nuisance Green Algae in Lake Ontario

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A recent study, Chronic nutrient loading from Lake Erie affecting water quality and nuisance algae on the St. Catharines shores of Lake Ontario, offers...

Barrie Wastewater Treatment Excels in Phosphorus Removal

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The City of Barrie has announced that its Wastewater Treatment Facility exceeded provincial standards for phosphorus concentrations in 2016. Barrie has sought high standards in...

B.C. Watershed Snowpack 79 per cent of Normal

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The latest survey of snowpack in British Columbia shows that there has been below-average accumulation in the province’s watersheds, reports the River Forecast Centre...

Funding for Community Projects in Northern Manitoba

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The Northern Manitoba Food, Culture & Community (NMFCCC) organization has announced that it will be funding projects through 2017 that partner with people in...

New Wastewater Guidelines Respond to Local Conditions

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New wastewater system design guidelines developed at UBC can help municipal governments better protect aquatic life and save millions of dollars a year. In a...

Phosphate Market Worth $75 billion USD by 2021

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A report from MarketsandMarkets, a global research firm, has released a report that states the Phosphate market will be worth $75.71 billion USD by...

The Long Haul

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Most of Alberta’s 3.6 million residents rely on regulated water systems. But, according to Brent Paterson*, a significant number of Albertans still use water...

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