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New Test Produces Failing Grade for ‘Flushability’ of Single-Use Wipes

The first-ever test of single-use wipes against rigorous criteria for flushability produced failing grade for all 101 products. The findings are summarized in a report,...

Innovation Cluster Launches H2O Makerspace

The Innovation Cluster launched the H2O Makerspace during a public event that celebrated World Water Day on March 21, 2019. Catered towards cleantech startups,...

Annual Report on Greater Victoria Drinking Water Quality Released

The Capital Regional District (CRD), B.C., has released its 2016 Annual Report on Greater Victoria Drinking Water Quality this week, providing an overview of...

The Other 99 Per Cent

“If you can’t measure, you can’t manage.” This mantra, well known and oft-repeated, couldn’t be truer than in recent years, especially as the potential...

Researchers Develop Rapid Test Strips for E. coli

Urban beach closures due to coliform outbreaks have become disturbing signs of summer, yet water-testing technology has never been fast enough to keep up...

Ontario Meets Standards: Report

Ontario's chief drinking water inspector, John Stager, has released his fifth annual report, providing an overview of the state of the province's drinking water...

Team Led By SickKids Scientist Develops Water Safety Strategy

The drinking water of Bangladesh, known to be contaminated with toxic agents, can be addressed, according to an international team of volunteer researchers, led...

New GM for NSF’s Beverage Quality Program

Christopher Dunn, a 30-year veteran of the beverage industry, is now the general manager of NSF International's Beverage Quality Program. The beverage quality program...

CSA International Announces New Certification Program

Last week, CSA International announced a new program to test and certify products to the requirements of the new CAN/CSA B483 Drinking Water Treatment...

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