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Water-treatment plant shut after dead fish found
Oct. 31, 2014, Line Creek, B.C. – A $100-million water-treatment plant that is part of Teck Resources Ltd.’s plan to address a selenium pollution problem in British Columbia’s Elk Valley has been taken off line because of a fish kill, reports The Globe and Mail. | READ MORE
 
Skilled trades and technology week kicks off
Oct. 29, 2014, Ottawa – Skills/Compétences Canada is officially launching National Skilled Trades and Technology Week on Nov. 4, at Algonquin College in Ottawa.  | READ MORE
 
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HydroSphere launches sour water treatment
Oct. 28, 2014, Grande Prairie, Alta. – A water treatment company has successfully and cost-effectively removed hydrogen sulphide from frac flowback and produced water sources to a non-detect level.  | READ MORE
 
FranklinTECH seminar series to cover basic, advanced drives
Oct. 24, 2014, Bolton, Ont. – Franklin Electric is offering a seminar series designed to provide water systems professionals with interactive classroom and hands-on training.  | READ MORE
 
Researchers probe saltwater intrusion into coastal ground water
Oct. 23, 2014, Monterey, CA – Researchers are using electrical resistivity tomography to investigate the ground water that lies beneath the shoreline, reports E & E Publishing. | READ MORE
 
NGWA publishes BPs for aquifer storage and recovery
Oct. 22, 2014, Westerville, OH – A new set of best suggested practices for ground water professionals involved in aquifer storage and recovery projects has been approved by the National Ground Water Association. 
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Most Albertans in favour of fracking, study suggests
Oct. 22, 2014, Calgary – A substantial majority of Albertans support the continued practice of hydraulic fracturing in the province, but a smaller number are “undecided, a new survey indicates. The Calgary Herald reports. | READ MORE
 
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