The Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – Canada (ACEC-Canada) has written to the prime minister and several cabinet ministers with specific recommendations for how the consulting engineering community can retain its capacity to help the federal government mitigate the COVID-19…
Just over 5 900 million cubic metres of sewage flowed through municipal wastewater systems that processed 100 cubic metres per day or more of sewage in 2017.
The World Water-Tech North America summit is celebrating its 6th year as the leading industry summit focused on investment and innovation. Over 250 people representing municipalities, water utilities, investors, engineering giants and technology companies will gather in Toronto with…
An 18-month study prepared by CH2M Hill Canada recommends enhancing current treatment processes instead of adding additional stages.
The towns of Vermilion, Barrhead and St. Paul will receive over $14M in federal funds for wastewater treatment plant upgrades.
Construction on the $48M project began in 2014, with a focus on incorporating a secondary treatment process.
Manitoba Water Services Board capital funding plan that will invest a total of $34.9 million in 21 water and wastewater infrastructure projects across Manitoba.
Combined federal, provincial and local funding of more than $94 million to support new sewage treatment lagoons, upgrading sewage pumps and more water works projects.
The project includes expanding the existing sewage lagoon and irrigation system that will improve the overall wastewater system and benefit the environment.
Joint federal and territorial funding is for nine projects across 19 communities to upgrade solid waste management, and water and wastewater systems.
Chaudière-Appalaches region of Quebec receiving $62.3M in Fed and provincial funding for water works
30 municipalities in the Chaudière-Appalaches region will be able to complete projects that meet their needs related to drinking water and wastewater treatment infrastructure.
The new wastewater treatment plant will use an effective and low-energy treatment process.
Kugluktuk, a coastal hamlet located at the mouth of the Coppermine River in the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut, recently held the official opening of three new community buildings, including a new water treatment plant, a public works building, as well as…
More than $38.6 million being spent on 28 new projects across Saskatchewan being provided through the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund and the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund.
In Europe, water treatment engineers have been turning to expensive tertiary treatments to meet regulatory standards; Kitchener’s example shows what can be done with currently available technology.
The information will be used to understand subsurface conditions to aid in design of McLoughlin Point wastewater treatment plant.