Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Tag: treatment

China Adds 3,300 Water Projects to National Pool in 2017

According to China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP), master implementation plans for 228 prefectural cities concerning water pollution control will be added to the...

Nanaimo Increases System Efficiency Through New Facility

In May, the City of Nanaimo's Engineering and Public Works Department completed the annual water main flushing program. This year,  Nanaimo’s new water treatment...

H2O Innovation Sales Backlog Hits $58.9M with Two New U.S. Projects

H2O Innovation Inc. has announced that it was awarded two new wastewater projects in the United States. These new contracts bring their project sales...

Vancouver Entrepreneur to Receive Mitacs Award for Slurry Treatment

A Vancouver entrepreneur has commercialized a new approach for treating dairy farm manure and sewage sludge and will be recognized with an award from...

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...

$36M to London, Ont., for Stormwater, Wastewater Infrastructure

London, Ontario, will make a major investment in stormwater and wastewater infrastructure to help basements stay dry and reduce the amount of effluent entering...

Canada and Saskatchewan Invest $6.4M in Wastewater

The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan have announced a $6.4-million expansion of the Balgonie wastewater system. "The investments in infrastructure we are making will benefit...

Ont.’s Largest Subsurface Wastewater Disposal System Not Feasible

In a report to the Town of Erin, Ontario, Gary Scott of Ainley Group, Consulting Engineers and Planners, has found that an subsurface wastewater...

New Method Selectively Removes Micropollutants from Water

Researchers at MIT have developed a method to selectively remove micropollutants from water. Published in the journal Energy and Environmental Science, the research details how...

$4.4M to Magdalen Islands for Wastewater Treatment and System Looping

The governments of Canada and Quebec have announced $4.4 million in joint funding for two water projects in the Magdalen Islands. Announced by the Honourable...

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