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Tag: University of Waterloo

Ontario Named an International Water Industry Leader

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According to WaterTAP Ontario, Canada’s most populous province has awarded more water industry patents in the past 30 years than any other comparable government...

A Bitter Pill

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If the brook trout swimming in Dr. Sébastien Sauvé’s laboratory tanks at the City of Montreal wastewater treatment plant smiled while his team probed...

Groundbreakers: Speedy Samples

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Although the technologies involved in water analysis are complex, they’re vital to ensuring the world’s supply of safe drinking water sources. Recognizing the need...

RBC Blue Water Project Announces 2011 Leadership Grants

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Thirty organizations, delivering projects in five countries, will share more than $4 million for programs that help protect watersheds and improve access...

The Home Advantage

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While we’re not facing a national water crisis, it’s no secret that this country is rife with water challenges. The Canadian Water Network (CWN) plays...

Friend and Foe

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Urban roads and expansive highways propel our interconnected economy and mobile lifestyle, but a snowstorm can bring productivity crashing to a halt. Not to...

Wasted Energy

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Across the country, provinces are updating Building Code standards—or implementing policies that would allow provincial ministries to change standards. Canada’s new building code, coming...

Helmholtz Academics to Visit Waterloo’s Water Institute

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Nineteen influential environmental scientists from Germany will participate in a water protection research seminar Thursday as part of a four-day visit to the University...

Playing Catch Up

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In water and wastewater treatment, carbon nanotube technology (CNT) has many advantages, such as reusability and therefore increased efficiency compared to traditional membranes that...

Water Footprints

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Safe, reliable freshwater—and healthy, productive freshwater ecosystems—are foundations for a strong economy and sustainable communities. But the collective impacts of producing more food and...

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