Wednesday, July 28, 2021

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Ontario Announces Subsidies for Biosolids Management Technologies

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With funding from the Ontario Ministry of Research, Innovation and Science, the Southern Ontario Water Consortium (SOWC) is offering subsidies to a limited number...

Water Technology Firm, TECTA-PDS, Returns to Ontario

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TECTA-PDS, a drinking water technology company based in Kingston, Ontario, has returned to its roots by exiting the European market to once again become...

Water Treatment Research Sparks Fuel Cell Innovation

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This week, the Council of Ontario Universities announced that physical chemistry doctoral student Julia van Drunen has received one of five summer fellowships from...

The Ins and Outs of IP

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As global challenges in providing safe drinking water supplies continue to increase, Canadian companies are well positioned to be leaders in providing water products...

Interview: Larry Moore

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Since 2004, the Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) has quietly but successfully trained Ontario’s drinking water operators. Established through a recommendation of the Walkerton...

Good Vibrations

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Crumbling asets. Rusting pipes. Leaking watermains. Musings about the state of our civil infrastructure usually come around to this type of talk. It may...

Ontario Can Become a Global Water Industry Leader: Report

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The Ontario Centre for Environmental Technology Advancement (OCETA) and XPV Capital Corporation, in collaboration with several key organizations (including Water Canada), have released a...

$3.75M Invested in Water Quality Research

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The feds are making an investment in water quality research at the Universities of Lethbridge and Saskatchewan.Today's investment totals $3.75 million and will go...

Can We Rely on Technology to Guarantee Future Water Resources?

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During this year’s Rivers to Oceans Week (June 8 to 14), the Canadian Museum of Nature is running a café scientifique—a forum in an informal setting—that asks this very question in several locations around the country.

ERCB, AE Consider Directive on Water Use in Oil Sands

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The Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) and Alberta Environment are calling for feedback from stakeholders on a draft directive, which proposes new requirements for...

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