Strategies & Innovations
Kelowna, B.C. – A UBC research team has investigated the potential reuse of municipal wastewater in urban applications, provided that people don’t drink or cook with it.
Fayetteville, AR – A new study out of the University of Arkansas suggests improvements in remote monitoring technology may allow farmers to apply water to their crops more efficiently and conserve ground water.
Scientific studies and literature from various manufacturers provide numerous discussions and procedures for installing screened wells over unconsolidated sands and gravels. These calculations usually are concerned with preventing the migration of fine sediments in the water during pumping.
Toronto – A delegation from Ontario recently visited Southern California to showcase Canadian companies working in the water field and to continue collaboration with like-minded researchers in the United States. Water Deeply reports. | READ MORE
Santa Monica, CA – A Vancouver engineering firm’s solar-powered desalination pipe design is a finalist in the Land Art Generator Initiative.
Cambridge, MA – Scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have nano-engineered spinach plants to sample analytes in ambient ground water and send the information to a smartphone.
Cranfield, U.K. – Scientists at Cranfield University in the U.K., have developed the Nano Membrane Toilet to bring household service to those without access to basic toilets. The model is able to treat human waste on site without water. Inhabitat reports. | READ MORE
St. Albert, Alta. – Overhauling the traditional view of water treatment and waste-water services in Alberta could allow cash-strapped municipalities to unbridle themselves from weighty infrastructure projects. The Edmonton Journal reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – How does water behave in space? That question is the focus of a long-awaited experiment launched by rocket this week to the International Space Station, where astronauts will unbundle a camera and a sealed jar of water sent their way by a University of Toronto researcher. The National Post reports. | READ MORE
Stanford, CA – Scientists have developed a new computer algorithm that enables them to use satellite data to determine ground water levels across large areas. The Indian Express reports. | READ MORE
Yellowstone National Park, WY – Over the past few field seasons, researchers from the University of Calgary's Department of Geoscience spent several weeks monitoring the waters of Yellowstone National Park’s Spouter Geyser, and the results of their study could change what we know about how geysers work. | The University of Calgary reports. | READ MORE
St. Louis, MI – Scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have found a new way of treating water contaminated by nuclear waste. Water Online reports. | READ MORE
At the turn of the 19th century, the steel industry was huge until environmental and economic conditions forced it to scale down infrastructure to make the mini mill. The development of steel thus became cheaper due to the smaller footprint, energy needs and capital costs.
Protect Your Groundwater Day
September 3, 2019
AWWDA Golf Tournament
September 7, 2019
Grundfos Walk for Water
September 7, 2019
Geothermal Resources Council Expo
September 15-18, 2019
OGWA Student Scholarship Awards Fund Raising Golf Tournament
September 20, 2019
Canadian Hydronics Conference
September 24-25, 2019