Industry News
January 23, 2012, Port Severn, ON - For the past seven years, inventor Ian Marnoch has been developing a new kind of "heat engine" that he says can generate electricity more economically from lower-grade heat. | READ MORE
January 23, 2012, Kitigan Zibi, QB - There's a small community barely 130 kilometres north of Ottawa where the well water has been on a 'do not consume' advisory since 1999. | READ MORE
January 20, 2012 - TandD Corp.'s new TR-76Ui carbon dioxide (CO2) recorder is a three-channel data logger designed to simultaneously measure and record CO2 concentration, temperature and humidity.
January 20, 2012, Australia - The new Geothermal Energy Technology and International Development Forum will represent companies involved in developing geothermal resources to meet energy needs across the world. | READ MORE
January 19, 2012, Saudi Arabia - The Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water (PSIPW) is now accepting nominations for its 2012 award.
January 17, 2012, Washington - Two advocates, one Canadian and the other American, are promoting a new scheme to define the Great Lakes as a shared commons protected by an ancient legal principle. | READ MORE
January 13, 2012, San Luis Valley, CO - Decades of ground water pumping have left one of the San Luis Valley aquifers in a perilous state. To restore its health - and the foundation of the local economy - valley leaders are developing a plan to pay farmers to fallow up to 16,000 hectares. | READ MORE
January 12, 2012, - A new paper, called "Transport of multiple Escherichia coli strains in saturated porous media," is now available online. To download the paper, visit www.hydrology.nl/phd-theses.html.
January 12, 2012, Washington - With recent advances in technology and design, treating municipal wastewater and reusing it for drinking water, irrigation, industry, and other applications could significantly increase the nation's total available water resources, particularly in coastal areas facing water shortages, a new report from the National Research Council says.
January 11, 2012, Australia - By 2030 water supplies will begin running out in critical regions where they support cities, industries and food production, a scientist with Australia's National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training warns.
January 9, 2012 - Luminor Environmental Inc.'s Blackcomb is a UV disinfection system for residential applications.
January 9, 2012, Muncie, IN - Ball State University is halfway through construction of the largest geothermal district heating and cooling system in the United States. | READ MORE
January 6, 2012, Victoria - British Columbia's provincial government has instituted some of the most stringent safety procedures in the world for natural gas development and hydro fracking, the province's minister of energy and mines wrote in a letter to the Victoria Times Colonist.
January 6, 2012, Calgary - While a furious debate rages in the United States over the fracking industry's waste and contamination of natural resources, Canada's new gas drilling boom is getting a  second look, thanks in part to recently-surfaced governmental memos and claims of water contamination. | READ MORE
If you’re like most people, the words from a fellow consumer have more weight than even the best ad copy.
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