Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Tag: water quality

Dilution: No Longer a Solution

As the world’s water supply becomes increasingly stressed, water quality and scarcity concerns are driving new regulations which put more emphasis on conservation practices,...

NB Reveals Long-Term Wetlands Strategy

New Brunswick's provincial government has released a long-term wetland management strategy (pdf) and will implement it in phases to allow for the implementation of...

N.S. Government Addressing Water Quality Concerns

Land inspections, more water quality testing and new regulations are some of the actions the Nova Scotia government is taking to address water quality...

Wheatley Harbour Restored

Wheatley Harbour, Ontario is once again a clean and healthy aquatic ecosystem, announced Dave Van Kesteren,...

$3.75M Invested in Water Quality Research

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...

Threats and Consequences

How can we act to prevent invasive species and protect biodiversity in the Great Lakes? As part of our World Water Day series,...

Putting Water Quality on the Global Agenda

If you like the idea of your great-grandchildren having access to clean, safe drinking water, grab your calendar and set up a recurring reminder...

Sustainable Stormwater Management

Stormwater management has become an increasingly challenging issue for urban communities. In many cases, rainwater can no longer follow its natural patterns, which increases...

BioteQ Signs Contract for Seasonal Whitehorse Plant

Vancouver-based BioteQ Environmental Technologies, Inc. will design and build a water treatment plant in Whitehorse at the Minto copper mine owned by Minto Explorations...

Funds Announced for Lake Winnipeg Clean Up

More than $109,000 in federal funding will support the Morden Community Lead Environmental Action on Nutrient Elimination and Removal (CLEANER) project, an initiative that...

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