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Canada’s oil and gas and geothermal industries team up
July 23, 2014, Edmonton – Deep Earth Energy Production Corp. recently completed the feasibility study for a pilot project that would tap into a hot aquifer near Estevan, Sask., and produce enough electricity to power about 5,000 homes upon completion in 2017. | READ MORE
 
Federal government criticized for leaving fracking chemicals off pollutant list
July 23, 2014, Ottawa – Environmentalists and legal experts are criticizing the federal government's decision to omit toxic chemicals used in fracking from a list that summarizes pollutants going into Canada's air, land and water, reports The Canadian Press. | READ MORE
 
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Mapping waterworks beneath Canada-U.S. border
July 22, 2014, Taber, Alta. – A team of hydrogeologists is piecing together a 3-D model of the aquifer straddling the Alberta-Montana border in a comprehensive look at the underground waterworks shared by Canada and the U.S., reports Postmedia News. | READ MORE
 
Naval officers perform water well operations in Kabul
July 18, 2014, Kabul, Afghanistan – At the New Kabul Compound, specially trained operators work around the clock drilling a new water well to support future compound operations. | READ MORE
 
Opinion: How do we avert a thirsty future?
July 16, 2014, Toronto – With California reeling under its worst drought in modern times, it is worth pondering the global state of drinking water, says a geostrategist in an op-ed for The Globe and Mail. | READ MORE
 
Grundfos Ecademy available to Canadian customers
July 15, 2014, Oakville, ON – Grundfos Canada has a new free online tool that provides education on pump applications, relevant technologies and pump types.  | READ MORE
 
U.S. town uses treated sewage as emergency drinking water

July 14, 2014, Wichita Falls, TX – City officials began blending five million gallons a day of treated wastewater into their municipal water system last week, launching one of the biggest so-called direct reuse programs in the U.S. | READ MORE

 
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