Podcast tackles drilling site’s carbon footprint, part 2
Welcome to the second 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.”
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.
In this podcast we talk with Jo-Anne St. Goddard, executive director of the Circular Innovation Council, about what the council and government are doing to help us reduce, reuse and recycle, and, specifically, what the groundwater industry can do to reduce their environmental footprint.
The Circular Innovation Council’s mission is to inform and educate Canadians about the generation of waste, the avoidance of waste, the more efficient use of resources and the benefits and/or consequences of these activities.
Jo-Anne will help us sort out regulations and recycling as they relate to the groundwater industry, specifically domestic water-well and dewatering well drilling sites. We’ll also discuss how the regulations work for industrial recycling versus residential recycling.
It’s straight talk aimed at helping your business be on the leading edge of sustainability.
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.
Circular Innovation Council: Council members believe society must minimize its impact on the environment by eliminating waste. The CIC’s mission is to inform and educate Canadians about the generation of waste, the avoidance of waste, the more efficient use of resources and the benefits and/or consequences of these activities. Its members include municipalities, businesses and public institutions. Its members include municipalities, businesses and public institutions. To share your worksite experiences with the CIC or for information on becoming a member, visit https://circularinnovation.ca/.
Survey results: Contractor/driller survey: Do you recycle?
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