Sunday, June 16, 2019

Tag: water treatment

Ontario Water Infrastructure Projects Supported by CWWF

Last week, Ontario municipalities announced federal-provincial investments to support water infrastructure in Thunder Bay, Regional Municipality of Durham, and the township of Red Rock. Both...

Yukon Updates Community Grant Framework to Support Regulatory Compliance

The Yukon government has updated its funding program for municipalities to ensure predictable and sustainable funding over the next five years. In part, the...

Clearford Expands Project Capital Options with Bond Support

Ontario's Clearford Water Systems Inc. announced that it has entered into a memorandum of understanding with Sustainable Water Investments Inc. (SWI), a Vancouver-based investment vehicle. SWI...

District of Sechelt, BC’s Water Resource Centre Certified LEED Gold

The District of Sechelt’s Water Resource Centre has been certified LEED Gold, in part for the innovative use of a greenhouse to help filter...

Ont. Environmental Commissioner Releases 2017 GHGs Progress Report

The Office of the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO) has released its annual Greenhouse Gas Progress Report for 2017, Ontario’s Climate Act: From Plan...

Squamish, BC Conducting Emergency Repairs After Clarifier Tank Failure

The District of Squamish has had to switch its Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) to backup operations after a mechanical failure in a clarifier...

Quebec Invests in Infrastructure to Protect Provincial Waterways

Last week, Quebec made progress on protecting its provincial waterways by investing in two infrastructure projects, announcing that the Town of Asbestos had completed...

York Region Investing $2.4B in Water and Wastewater Projects

In a November 2nd report to Council, York Region provided a status update of some of its priority infrastructure projects, including $2.4 billion in water and...

New Facility Classification Model for Water Systems in B.C. & Yukon

British Columbia and Yukon Territory have embarked upon a new classification system for water systems that promises to strengthen the oversight of operational responsibilities, recruitment, training,...

CWN Names Advisory Panel on Emerging Contaminants in Wastewater

The Canadian Water Network has announced the names of the experts who will participate on a new advisory panel tasked with framing and assessing the knowledge, practice, and priorities...

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