Podcast tackles drilling site’s carbon footprint, Part 3
The View From the Industry
Welcome to Ground Water Canada: The Podcast. Thanks for joining us – from your office, truck or in the field – wherever you may be, we’re glad you’ve tuned in.
This is the third 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. We are joined by Mike Hare, sales and marketing manager for Canadian Pipe & Pump Supply Inc.
This episode 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.”
We call this episode “The View from the Industry.” Here Ground Water Canada’s Colleen Cross and CanPipe’s Mike Hare talk with drilling contractors Matt Wilson, co-vice-president of J.B. Wilson and Son Well Drilling Ltd., and Darren Juneau, chief executive officer of Aardvark Drilling Inc., about what their drilling businesses currently do to reduce, reuse and recycle, and what they think could make that easier for all industrial businesses to do.
Matt Wilson is co-vice-president of J.B. Wilson and Son Well Drilling Ltd. in Springfield, Ontario, and president of the Ontario Ground Water Association. Darren Juneau is chief executive officer of Aardvark Drilling Inc. based in Guelph, Ontario, with locations in Ottawa and London.
To listen to the first episode in this podcast series, click here.
To listen to the second episode in this podcast series, click here.