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Alberta well drillers inspired by young fundraiser
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April 24, 2015, Red Deer, Alta. – The Alberta Water Well Drillers Association’s conference and trade show is providing a setting where the province's water well drilling industry can come together, swap stories and tackle common issues.  | READ MORE
 
MIT wins Desal prize with solar solution
April 24, 2015, Alamagordo, NM – A team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has won first prize in a U.S. government contest to develop an inexpensive way to desalinate water in developing countries, The Boston Globe reports. | READ MORE
 
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Industry loses respected pump professional and entrepreneur
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April 24, 2015, West Garafraxa, Ont. – The ground water industry in Canada has lost a well-respected professional and entrepreneur in John Ortt, who passed away on April 20, 2015.  | READ MORE
 
Federal budget aims to support jobs and growth
April 22, 2015, Ottawa – Canada's 2015 budget supports jobs and growth by allowing job-creating businesses to thrive, making investments in infrastructure and training a highly skilled workforce that meets employers' needs, the federal government said in a news release.  | READ MORE
 
Water well contamination claim heads to court

April 22, 2015, Foothills, Alta. – A homeowner suing the municipal district of Foothills, Alta., over the water quality on her land was in court on Tuesday, CTV News Calgary reports. | READ MORE

 
Water-poor Saudi Arabia invests in Canadian Wheat Board’s grain
April 21, 2015, Saudi Arabia – The kingdom of Saudi Arabia has decided to stop pumping water and money into its domestic food supply, and instead look abroad for sources of vegetables, red meat and grains. The Globe and Mail reports. | READ MORE
 
New flood model launched for Canadian insurance market
April 20, 2015, New York – Insurance company Guy Carpenter has launched what it's calling the “first-ever probabilistic flood model for Canada,” which will allow insurers to assess their exposure to the peril. Canadian Underwriter reports. | READ MORE
 
Online tool helps identify geothermal potential
April 20, 2015, Melbourne – The International Renewable Energy Agency and the European Space Agency have created an online tool that consists of a series of new and freely available gravity anomaly maps to gauge geothermal potentials around the world. Renewable Energy Magazine reports. | READ MORE
 
Teams vie for money to make salt water drinkable
April 17, 2015, Alamogordo, NM – The goal of a new competition, the Desal Prize, is to create desalination technology that makes saltwater suitable for drinking or farming, NBC News reports. | READ MORE
 
In-Situ donates water level tapes to help protect ground water near Ebola care facilities
April 17, 2015, Fort Collins, CO – In-Situ Inc., has donated 11 ground water level dip tapes to the Ministry of Water Resources in Sierra Leone to help officials monitor ground water levels and better understand recharge at a source near Ebola care facilities.  | READ MORE
 
Widening levees may help recharge California ground water, scientists say
April 17, 2015, Sacramento, CA – Scientists at UC Davis say widening some levees, or removing them altogether, could recharge California's ground water. CBS Sacramento reports. | READ MORE
 
Public hearing on dump begins
April 16, 2015, Belleville, Ont. – A public hearing by Ontario’s Environmental Review Tribunal regarding Napanee’s Richmond landfill contamination began April 13, The Intelligencer reports. | READ MORE
 
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