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Podcast tackles drilling site’s carbon footprint


June 21, 2021
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by Canadian Pipe & Pump Supply Inc.

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Welcome to the first of three podcast episodes exploring the footprint left during drilling for domestic water wells or dewatering wells, developments in sustainability and single-use plastics legislation and a discussion of what the groundwater industry can do to reduce its impact on the environment.

The series is brought to you by Canadian Pipe & Pump Supply Inc. – “We manufacture and supply a full complement of drilling, environmental and geotechnical products that make it easy for our customers to one-stop shop at our four locations in Ontario. We enhance our products with technical support and service tailored to your needs.”

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Mike Hare is sales and marketing manager for CanPipe.

Mike Hare, Sales and Marketing Manager for CanPipe, joins Ground Water Canada editor Colleen Cross to share the results of a recent survey about current practices among contractors and look at current and expected legislation relating to single-use plastics and other materials.

Get the information you need from this informative podcast series designed to keep you up to date in the office, truck or field – or wherever you are.

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