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Ultra-High Capacity Stormwater Chamber Passes CSA Rating Tests

CULTEC, a Brookfield, Connecticut company that specializes in providing chambers for stormwater management, recently received third-party certification for its newest product to be used...

Suez Announces Acquisition of GE Water, Launches New Technologies

Today, SUEZ has announced that, together with Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (having a 30 per cent stake), it has completed the...

Watermain Upgrades Across Toronto

The governments of Canada, Ontario, and the City of Toronto announced a $20 million investment the structural relining of watermains in Toronto, approved under the Government of Canada's Clean Water and...

Michigan Posts $1M Challenge for Solutions to Asian Carp

Governor Rick Snyder and the Michigan Legislature have launched a $1 million global search for innovative solutions to the impending invasion of the Asian...

Ontario Startup Wins Milwaukee Accelerator Competition

The Milwaukee, WI-based Water Council and Guest of Honor Wisconsin Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch announced the fifth round of winners of the BREW Accelerator...

Artificial Intelligence—Set to Transform the Water Industry

Big data, internet of things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are rapidly making their way into the water industry. A plethora of organizations in...

BI Pure Water Receives NRC Grant for Refractory Wastewater

BI Pure Water, Inc. has been approved for a National Research Council Canada's Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) grant to pilot its low-cost remediation...

WaterTAP Launches WaterTech Export Development Program

Canadian water technology companies interested in targeting high-potential water and wastewater utility clients in California or Texas should take note of a new pilot...

Awards Celebrate the Best in Brownfield Redevelopment

The winners of the 17th annual Brownie Awards were announced this week at a gala event, held at the Delta Toronto Hotel. With more than 120...

New Technologies Go After Brownfield Contaminants at the Source

No one wants residual diesel or chlorinated solvents in their drinking water. Yet, scant decades ago, fuel tanks were left to rot underground, and...

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