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Canada’s ground water drillers are not the only ones helping to provide Haitians with clean drinking water. Bernie Crawshaw, a retired teacher-librarian in Delhi, Ont., has done his best to support two colleges in Haiti with educational supplies and equipment, plus bio-sand water filters for the schools and households.
Over the past three years, the executive director of the Canadian Ground Water Association (CGWA) has made a number of unsolicited comments regarding the Canadian GeoExchange Coalition (CGC) in the pages of this magazine.
Even now, the scope of the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake in Haiti staggers the imagination. Over 217,000 people have died; some 300,000 more were injured and one million left homeless. Some 250,000 homes and 30,000 commercial buildings were seriously damaged or destroyed.
Doing more for less is the goal of Atlas Copco. The company will display the latest version of the TH60, which uses a single engine to power the truck and drill rig. According to the company, a single engine to power the truck and drill offers several benefits.
The outdoor demonstration takes place at the former Swift’s Foods of Canada Limited Site at 780 Marion St. Winnipeg, Man., an area known as the Public Markets area. Prior to the First World War, rail lines were set up, and a large stock yard was developed for cattle and pigs. This facility was known as the Union Stock Yards.
In early 2007, the Canadian GeoExchange Coalition (CGC), Canada’s national industry association for ground source heat pump technology, deployed a comprehensive market transformation initiative to help the industry grow in a sustainable and professional manner.
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