Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Tag: water

Nibinamik First Nation Receives Federal Funding for WTP Upgrade

Nibinamik First Nation has received funding from the Government of Canada to advance the design and construction of a water treatment plant (WTP) upgrade...

Clearford Water Systems Announces Agreement to Acquire ASI Water

Clearford Water Systems Inc. has entered into an agreement to purchase the water and wastewater assets (ASI Water) of ASI Group Ltd., an Ontario-based...

Town of The Blue Mountains Wins Water Taste Test Competition at...

The Town of The Blue Mountains Water and Wastewater Division announced that the Town was awarded first place at the annual water taste test...

New Research Estimates Economic and Emissions Impacts of AI Adoption

Research by PwC UK estimates the economic and emissions impact of artificial intelligence (AI) adoption in the water, agriculture, energy, and transport sectors. PwC UK’s...

Autumn Peltier Appointed Anishinabek Nation Chief Water Commissioner

Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Glen Hare announced that Autumn Peltier has been appointed as the new Anishinabek Nation Chief Water Commissioner. Peltier will be...

City of Guelph Welcomes Jennifer Rose as GM of Environmental Services

The City of Guelph has welcomed Jennifer Rose as the new general manager of Environmental Services. Rose will oversee the Environmental Services department which includes...

Water Security in the Mining Sector

What is the state of play for catalyzing water security in the mining sector? This was the key question that Christina Copeland, senior manager for...

Great Lakes Guardians’ Council Meets to Discuss Challenges and Opportunities

Rod Phillips, minister of the environment, conservation and parks and Grand Council Chief Glen Hare co-chaired the Great Lakes Guardians' Council on April 23,...

IIASA’s Water Program Director Starts New Position in May 2019

Simon Langan, director of the water program, will be leaving International Institute for Applied System Analysis (IIASA) in May 2019 to start a new...

Newfoundland and Labrador Bans Retail Plastic Bags

New amendments to the Environmental Protection Act in Newfoundland and Labrador will allow the provincial government to draft regulations that will ban the distribution...

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