Industry News
October 31, 2011, Edmonton - Alberta is bringing together a picture of the ground water systems at work beneath the Edmonton-Calgary corridor, with a 90-page atlas of land make up and underground resources expected this week. | READ MORE
October 26, 2011, Westerville, OH - Richard C. Velletri will make his industry safe practice adviser debut at this year's National Ground Water Association (NGWA) Ground Water Expo and annual meeting.
October 26, 2011, White Plains, NY - ITT Corporation has announced plans to separate into three independent, publicly traded companies: ITT, Xylem and ITT Exelis.
October 26, 2011, Ottawa - Water use and contamination are at the top of the list of environmental concerns surrounding shale gas exploration in Canada, Environment Minister Peter Kent was told earlier this year in an internal memorandum. | READ MORE
October 25, 2011, Las Vegas - Early bird registration for the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) annual Ground Water Expo closes on Oct. 28.
October 18, 2011, United States - Potential water shortages are one more reason to try to reduce carbon emissions and blunt the worst impacts of climate change - a warmer world is likely to further dry out already arid regions, even as extreme rainfall intensifies in already wet areas. | READ MORE
October 18, 2011, Edmonton - A retired chemical engineer is leading a push for transparency after the province closed once-public records on aquifer quality. | READ MORE
October 17, 2011, Delft, The Netherlands - A paper based on The Right to Water and Water Rights in a Changing World Colloquium, held Sept. 22, is now available online. To download the paper, visit www.hydrology.nl.
October 17, 2011, Halton, ON - The demand is great for ground water in north Halton, but the region says as the population grows, lake-based water will have to pick up the slack. | READ MORE
October 13, 2011, Ottawa - There are still spaces available for the Canadian Workshop on Water Efficiency and Conservation on Oct. 18.
October 13, 2011, Bangladesh - A study published in Nature Geoscience reports that natural absorption of arsenic by sand in aquifers reduces the risk of contaminated ground water in most areas of Bangladesh. | READ MORE
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