Industry News
February 13, 2012, Canada - The landscape for water-related applications is changing, and some in water-related industries believe that these new tools will serve to catalyze the development of even more professional apps. | READ MORE
February 10, 2012, Guelph, ON - Myron Lupal, a veteran of the UV industry, has created a line of Luminor Environmental Inc. products targeted at residential, commercial, industrial and municipal drinking water markets.
February 10, 2012, Toronto - TVO dives into Canada Water Week March 19 to 25 with a lineup of water-themed TV programs and online activities that will examine political, economic and environmental issues surrounding water quality and availability.
February 9, 2012, Okanagan Valley, BC - Water policy can only work with good information, and that's where the Okanagan Groundwater Monitoring Project comes in, writes Steve Thomson in the Kelowna Capital News. | READ MORE
February 8, 2012, Lubbock, TX - A group of farmers in northwest Texas began the year under circumstances their forebearers could scarcely imagine: they faced a limit on the amount of ground water they could pump from their own wells on their own property. | READ MORE
February 8, 2012, Salt Spring Island, BC - The Salt Spring Island Water Council is hosting a ground water workshop on Feb. 28, featuring presentations, a panel discussion and small group sessions. | READ MORE
February 6, 2012, Columbus, OH - A short course on geohazards and the role of ground water and surface water will be offered by the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) from March 26 to 28.
February 3, 2012, Louisville, KY - Milt Tillich has joined Zoeller Canada.
February 3, 2012, San Antonio, TX - A short course on phytoremediation of common ground water contaminants will be offered by the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) from Feb. 29 to March 1.
February 1, 2012, Westerville, OH - The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) has issued a series of principles for policy making, aimed at protecting ground water in areas of the United States experiencing increased oil and gas development using hydraulic fracturing.
January 31, 2012, Vancouver - Getting ahead in the public relations battle over hydraulic fracturing of natural gas wells will be costly but is vital to the continued health of the industry, according to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. | READ MORE
January 27, 2012, Guelph, ON – The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario announced innovative partnerships between the University of Guelph and 14 small and medium-sized businesses, one of which was ground water monitoring company Heron Instruments.
January 26, 2012, Keno City, Yukon - Health officials in Yukon are doing water tests in Keno City after finding very high levels of contamination in nearby ground water. |READ MORE
January 26, 2012, Lacombe, Alta. - The city’s decommissioned wells aren’t adding to the flooding problems, Matthew Goudy, the city’s engineering manager told council, writes The Lacombe Globe. |READ MORE
January 25, 2012, Ottawa - David Harper, a Manitoba grand chief, left the native summit with Stephen Harper without a solution for his most pressing problem — no clean drinking water on many of his northern reserves, reports the Toronto Star. |READ MORE

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