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'Shock treatment,' tests needed for wells contaminated by flood water

Ottawa Public Health has received an unprecedented number of water samples from residents to test wells affected by the devastating floods earlier this month. Of more than 800 samples sent to health department in early May, almost one in 10 was deemed unsafe. CBC News reports.

$5.5M available for environmental projects across Canada

The federal government is making $5.5 million in funding available for environmental projects under the Environmental Damages Fund in eight provinces and territories across Canada.

Residents updated on TCE contamination in Cambridge, Ont.

A meeting to update residents living in Cambridge, Ont., about a portion of the city's Preston area contaminated by trichloroethylene was set for May 31. CBC News reports.

Pump control panel maker Tulsar opens in Cainsville, Ont.

Tulsar Canada, an engineer and manufacturer of water and wastewater pump control panels, is eyeing ambitious expansion in its new facilities in Brant County, Ont.

Winnipeg to install monitoring wells over old landfills

Winnipeg plans to conduct more environmental testing on its old landfills through new monitoring wells to get a better handle on potential contamination. CBC News reports.

EXO3 Multiparameter Sonde tweaks earlier models

Hoskin Scientific’s EXO3 Multiparameter Sonde combines the manoeuvrability of the EXO1 with the powerful antifouling wiper of the EXO2. » Read more

Dipper family of water level meters grows

Heron Instruments has fine-tuned its water level meter to help users tackle every project and meet every budget. » Read more

BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show

May 27-30, 2017
Location: Victoria, B.C.
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CIPH Annual Business Conference

June 25-27, 2017
Location: Ottawa
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