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December/January'98 Vol. 10 No.6

CONTENTS

Issued January, 1998

President STEVE DAVEY Publisher TOKI DAVEY

The low bid ethos - an accounting design for engineering

Managing Editor SANDRA DAVEY Sales Manager PENNY DAVEY (905) 727-4666 Sales Representative DENISE SIMPSDN Circuiation Manager VIRGINIA MEYER

disasters. Editorial by Tom Davey Aquifer storage recovery project at Mannheim, Ontario

Publisher's Asst. KATHLEEN CARIGNAN

Largest private waterworks to go on stream

Technical Advisory Board Robert B. Baker, M.A.Sc., P.Eng. Totten Sims Hubicki Associates

Jim Bishop Beak International Inc.

Alan Church, C.Chem., DEP. Church & Trought Inc.

George V. Crawford, P.Eng., M.A.Sc. CH2MG&S

7 30

Nanofiitration could be the answer for the treatment

of coloured waters

32

Communal-size sewage and ieachate treatment using biofliters in process trains Snowfiuent wins Schreyer Award for wastewater treatment Fuii-scaie assessment of a BNR process under strong inhibitory conditions Composting wastewater sludge - an outline of two case histories

34 36 38 84 88

First EPA head talks to Water Environment Federation

Dr. Howard Goodfellow Goodfellow Consultants Ltd.

Rod Holme, P.Eng. Proctor & Redfern Ltd.

Don Kemp, M.A.Sc., P.Eng. MacViro Consultants

Peter Laughton, M.Eng., P.Eng., DEE R.V. Anderson Associates

Barry Loescher, Ph.D. Philip Analytical Environmental Science & Engineering is a bi-monthiy business publication pub lished by Environmental Science & Engi neering Publications inc. An ail Canadian publication, ES&E provides authoritative editorial coverage of Canada's municipal and industrial environmental control sys tems and drinking water treatment and dis

in Chicago The many bright sides of ozonation British get watts from waste

94 96 97

Rebuilding ofjet fuel infrastructure at Pearson international Airport

98

Global climate change fits cyclical pattern

101

Assessing the key components of credible risk assessment for contaminated sites

102

is Ontario winning the site redevelopment race?

-An industry perspective

104

Water supply to Cono Norte....

and you thought you had problems

108

Boston chooses Canadian designed oil/water

separators for Big Dig

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tribution.

ES&E's readers include consulting engi neers, industrial plant managers and en gineers, key provincial and federal envi

Directory & Specifiers' Guide

ronmental officials, water and wastewater

treatment plant operators and contractors.

Guide to Consultants and Laboratories

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Equipment and Service Suppliers

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Products and Services

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By Tom Davey

The low bid ethos - an accounting design for engineering disasters

Educational budget cuts

are arousing outbursts of rage across Canada. Dollar figures which are practically pregnant with zeros are emotionally linked with govern ment cuts as if money were the only criterion for educational excellence. Would that it were so.

Few nations anywhere, let alone provinces, have invested as lav ishly as Ontario in education. On the evidence, it is clear that quality education is not just a matter of money.

funding, the purchasers of environ mental goods and design service increasingly have a low bid mind set. Low prices have become the dominant factor in securing projects which require quality engineering. People should

but is often more reliable, has better treatment effectiveness and

lower maintenance costs. Yet

engineering is part of a learned profession which, no less than

increasingly, municipalities and government agencies think that by squeezing engineering designers and equipment suppliers to the lowest possible price they are actually saving money. A really good example of cost-

medicine, holds human lives in its

effectiveness can be seen in front

remember that environmental

hands.

of the SkyDome. When the world

Take fire hydrants for example. Even when they remain unused for years they are saving homeowners money with reduced fire insurance

renowned retractable stadium was

being planned, it was found that the John Street water pumping station, built some 150 years ago, would be right under centre field. One option was to build the SkyDome directly over the pump ing station which would have

I saw striking teachers, some of whom are paid extremely well to costs. Almost no one is aware of teach the beauty, as well as the this. Some hydrant manufacturers basics of the English language, produce high quality products resorting to such loutish chants as: backed up with dedicated service. Hey hey. Ho ho. The variety and skills of consulting engineers fluctuate Bill 160 has got to like seismographs with peaks and valleys of go. Couldn't they specialization and excellence and yes, brilliance have come up with a more erudite

rhyming rhetoric to match their status

But the Increasing emphasis on the low bid ethos works like a fiscal grader, flattening the peaks of excellence and filling In the pot holes of mediocrity.

as intellectual

professionals? Strikers seeking metaphors for their next slogans might note that Hams Tweed, which does have a rather home

spun look, is actually one of the

Parts and technical assistance are

available in the dead of night, often during week ends and holi days. One service representative was attending a church service when he was reached by a munici pality with a broken main problem. Sure enough, he had a range of parts in his car trunk which later enabled crews in the water logged

made the stadium about 20 feet

higher than its present height. A consulting engineer, working with the Stadium

Development Corporation, and Metro Toronto engineers, opted to move the old pumping station. After some ingenious engineering work, this was achieved without loss of water

trenches to turn the slime into

service for a total savings of $10 million. Morever, the pumps, some piping and connections, which were almost 50 years old, were simply refurbished and are still working like new, a tribute

Mike Harris' cuts, the low bid

water. Divine service one might

indeed to the excellence of the

ethos started long before the PC election two years ago and was prevalent under Liberal and NDP regimes. The low bid ethos is currently having a serious effect on the quality of environmental engineer ing. Consulting engineers and suppliers are increasingly being trapped in a vicious cycle which is diametrically opposite to the quality education debate. While the teachers equate quality with

say.

equipment and engineering. This

Is the invisible value of quality service on this vital product always factored into purchasing decisions? I hope so. Does the public ever think that hydrant failure could

is a classic case of the value of

most durable cloths in the world.

But you cannot measure the effect of a man's policies by the cut of his cloth.

From Education to Engineering While much is being blamed on

cost thousands of dollars as well as

loss of life? In water and wastewater treat

ment, all too often clients cannot

differentiate between low prices and high quality engineering which is not only designed to last decades

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 1998

quality engineeidng where profes sional ingenuity saved millions. The variety and skills of con sulting engineers fluctuate like seismographs with peaks and valleys of specialization and excellence and yes, brilliance. Engineering is moving so rapidly that today's parameters quicUy become obsolete. Some engineers are brilliant, some mediocre in


Editorial Comment, conf certain areas. But the increasing emphasis on the low bid ethos works like a fiscal grader, flatten ing the peaks of excellence and filling in the pot holes of medioc rity. There are engineers and equip ment suppliers who have striven successfully for energy efficient designs in treatment plants which recoup huge savings - perhaps

the September 1996 ES&E, warned that the comparatively new threat of waterborne parasites could not be controlled as easily as pathogenic bacteria and virusses. Another article in the September 1997 ES&E, warned of the intro

duction of new and possibly dangerous marine species entering our waterways via the ballast tanks

hundreds of thousands of dollars

Whistler's Nocturne was like

The mind reels at the

during the life cycle of projects yet the selection process is increas ingly being based on purchase price. What this will lead to is more conservative designs, and less emphasis on improving the effectiveness of process technol ogy.

There could be more than

money at stake. We now have lethal threats such as cryptosporidium which killed people in Milwaukee and Oxford, England recently as well as Giardia which

potential threats which such ballast

waters may contain.

'throwing a pot of paint in the public's face'. After learning that the painting had taken Whistler only a few hours to paint, Ruskin's lawyer sarcastically enquired of Whistler: "You ask 1,000 guineas for a few hours work?"

of overseas vessels. One ship had entered the St. Lawrence Seaway with ballast water apparently taken from the Congo River in Africa. The mind reels at the potential

"No." Countered the painter. "I ask it for the knowledge of a lifetime." This classic response, made in the 19th century, could be an equally effective rebuttal to the

threats which such ballast waters

low bid ethos as we head towards

may contain.

the millennium and into the 21st

Here too, the low bid ethos is ill

can cause serious illness. Dr.

Gordon Finch, P.Bng., writing in

ing and quite possibly lethal threats to our waterways. What about analytical laboratories which examine potential threats in ballast waters? Certainly with so much at stake, I would like the best quali fied laboratory to perform such analyses, not the one with cut rate prices. The American painter Whistler, sued John Ruskin for writing that

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signing and ratifying the Kyoto deal, an agreement that commits Canada to a re duction of almost 30 percent by 2012." "Let's be clear. This is not an Alberta

issue or an industry issue -this deal will affect the lives of every Canadian. The real issue is how the government will reconcile the targets agreed to at Kyoto and its commitment to no punitive taxes, more jobs and continued economic growth for Canada." Manning also expressed disappoint ment at the lack of commitment by de veloping countries.

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Industry Update Canada's ozone layer recovery efforts languish Canada's efforts to aid in the recovery of the Earth's thinning ozone layer have lost momentum and continue to put citi zens at risk from increased levels of ul

tra-violet(UV) radiation, according to Chapter 27 of the Auditor General of Canada's Annual Report, recently tabled in the House of Commons.

Environment Canada is weak in its en

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Climate change summaries

free shipping season could partially off set the increased costs;

• anticipated higher temperatures of 2° to 5°C would reduce demand for energy for heating in the winter but increase demand for air conditioning in the sum mer;

• human health would be affected by an anticipated increase in heat stress and a possible increase in the number of epi sodes when air quality would be poor;

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sects and disease.

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ceeded its international treaty obliga tions under the Montreal Protocol, sci

entists predict it will be at least 50 more years before the ozone layer recovers, even with planned efforts and interna tional cooperation. Chapter 27 further revealed that the federal government has failed to live up to its own commitments to lead by ex ample in "greening" government. While individual departments have made an effort to control ozone-depleting sub stances (ODS), no one is in charge to set the overall direction for management of ODS in federal operations. The Commissioner also reported that

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Technical reports on Quebec, the Arctic, the Prairies, the Atlantic Region and British Columbia and the Yukon have been released.

Executive summaries of all the reports can be viewed on the Canada Countiy Study web site at http://www.ec.gc.ca. The full technical report for Ontario will be released early in the new year. Copies of the Ontario Plain Language Summary and the Executive Summary may be obtained from Environment Canada, Ontario Region, Communica tions Branch at(416)739-4809 or from Environment Canada's Enquiry Centre at 1-800-668-6767.

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Industry Update Certification program

areas of employment. It will recognize the continuum of skills, experience and formal training possessed by practition

proposed for

environmental industry

Announcement

ers who perform environmental work.

The Canadian Council for Human Re

sources in the Environment Industry (CCHREI)recently initiated the forma tion of the Canadian Environmental Cer

tification Approvals Board (CECAB). Once established, CECAB will develop, implement and administer a voluntai^ national certification for environmental

practitioners. A survey conducted in May 1997,

The certification will not only apply to university graduates from a broad range of media and disciplines including the sciences, engineering, social sciences and the arts, but also to college gradu ates, such as technicians and technolo

gists.

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Terry A Matthews, P.Eng. Dr. Andrew Benedek is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Matthews as Vice President, Industrial Wastewater Division. A graduate of McMaster University In Chemical Engineering, Terry has over 26 years experience in the design and sup ply of water and wastewater treatment systems In North America and the Far East. He will be respon sible for the marketing of ZENOM membranes and ZeeWeed"'' Membrane Bioreactor Systems for wastewater applications in North America and Asia. A long time member of the Water Environment Association of Ontario, Canadian Pulp & Paper Association (CPPA) and the Water Environment Eederation (WEE), Terry has served on several en vironmentally oriented committees and organiza tions including serving as president of both the Water Environment Association of Ontario(WEAO) and the Ontario Pollution Control Equipment As sociation (OPCEA). Terry was recently a director

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environmental certification and that

Canadian employers (67%) were also supportive. Practitioners felt that certi fication would provide a formal, Canada-wide recognition of their com petence to perform environmental work. Employers felt that hiring certified em

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Industry Update Ontario playing a major role in Great Lakes cleanup Significant reductions in dioxin and furan emissions from Ontario kraft pulp and paper mills into Lake Superior are one of many indicators that progress is being made in improving water quality in the Great Lakes. Discharges have been dramatically reduced as a result of enforcement of Ontario's regulation un der the province's Municipal/Industrial Strategy for Abatement, says the MOE. "Ontario is doing its part to get rid of

persistent toxic substances in Lake Su perior and throughout the Great Lakes basin," Environment Minister Norm

Sterling said. "Ontario has an impor tant role to play in helping Canada fulfill its commitments under the Great Lakes

Binational Toxics Strategy." An example of the province's com mitment is a $9.3-million project to re move contaminated sediment from

Thunder Bay harbour, a priority site under a federal provincial agreement. The province. Environment Canada and

three companies, Abitibi-Consolidated Inc., Canadian National Railway Com pany and Northern Wood, are contrib uting to the cleanup.

Detecting water leaks by radar A radar system capable of finding un derground water leaks has been devel oped by Mecon Limited, based in Cam bridge, England. The system, which works by detecting the vibrations of a leaking supply pipe, can sense less than a micrometre of motion and is therefore

sensitive enough to record very small water losses.

The dream of a

PCB-freeToronto is becoming reality. Great news for Toronto Hydro customers! Toronto Hydro and Ego Logic have joined forces to eliminate PCB-contaminated material.

Toronto Hydro's reputation as a leader in managing PCBs dates back to the early 1980s. In fact, we've transported more PCBs than any municipal utility in Canada - accident-free. Ontario-based Eco Logic has developed an award-winning PCB-destruction process that converts PCBs into methane ^ and other reusable products. Together, we offer a complete local solution that: • Provides convenient removal of all your PCB waste.

• Eliminates the cost and potential liability of storage. • Reduces the risk and liability of long distance transportation of your waste. • The process handles any concentration of PCBs.

• Employs non-incineration destruction technology. For more information about a cost-effective alternative

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Dr. Mark Harper, technical director of Mecon, says: "Detecting a leaking pipe is normally a time-consuming and expensive operation. Acoustic devices in use are usually laborious and slow, usually entailing the attachment of de tectors to the buried pipe, which means of course that access has first to be

gained to the pipe. "The operation is repeated until the leak is found. The radar we are develop ing will allow someone to walk along the route of a pipeline and detect leaks with out any physical contact with the pipe." The conventional use of radar is to

exploit the Doppler effect to find and track moving objects. It compares the frequency of a reflected signal to a con stant reference, thus pinpointing an ob ject and indicating its speed. "Dealing with a vibrating object is a different matter," says Dr. Harper. "Leaking pipes vibrate but the Doppler technique is not suitable for the detec tion of vibrations of this kind. It's not

sensitive enough." "What we have done is to devise a

radar which uses a wavelength of 15 centimetres and is capable of detecting the sometimes tiny vibrations of a leak ing pipe.

Treatment plant on wheels! Sani Mobile has invested $2 million in

a mobile sludge treatment unit which can reduce the volume of industrial,

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municipal and agricultural liquid sludge. Liquid sludge is injected into the clarifier of the "treatment plant on wheels", which separates the solid material from the liquid through centrifugal action. The mobile unit can rapidly reduce the volume ofsludge from wastewater treat ment, resulting in lower disposal costs. Lime can be added during the process to control the pH balance of the sludge and reduce bacteria and odours.

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Industry Update Supreme Court rules in favour of Federal Government on RGBs Canada's Supreme Court has upheld the Federal Government's right to control toxic substances in Canada.

The Supreme Court ruled that using the criminal law power to prohibit toxic substances is a legitimate way of pro tecting the environment. The Court said that protection of the environment re quires action by governments at all lev els both nationally and internationally. In 1990, Hydro-Quebec was charged with an illegal release of PCB-contaminated oil under the Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCS) Interim Order made under the Canadian Environmental Pro

tection Act(CEPA). The Interim Order

has since been replaced by regulations. As a defence against the charges, Hy dro-Quebec challenged Federaljurisdic tion to enact the Interim Order.

The Quebec Court ofAppeal and two lower courts in Quebec ruled that por tions of the Interitn Order were beyond Federal jurisdiction. The Federal Gov ernment appealed the decision to the Supreme Court of Canada, which heard legal arguments on February 10, 1997.

In giving its judgment, the Supreme Court also acknowledged that the Fed eral Government's use of the Criminal

Law to protect the environment does not prevent provinces from using their pow ers to protect the environment as well. The use of the Criminal Law power does not affect provincial authority to regu late pollution. Ontario's environmental

regulations reformed Environment Minister Norm Sterling released a comprehensive reform pack age on November 27, 1997, that could make Qntario's environmental regula tions better, stronger and clearer. The 38 reforms mark the first major revision of the province's environmental regula tions in 25 years. The reforms range from consolida tion of some regulations (such as those on acid rain)from four into one,to elimi

nating measures that actually discour age good environmental practice (such as the regulation requiring burial of empty pesticide containers rather than recycling them). The change requires they be recycled. Other regulations are being strength ened and updated; a more stringent regu

lation to reduce smog-causing vapours from gasoline is one example of tougher standards. Another new regulation sets clear and tougher rules for new boilers and other combustion devices.

"The consultation process has proven invaluable," said Sterling. "More than 125 meetings and more than 370 writ ten submissions (half of them from in

dividuals)- have resulted in a signifi cantly improved reform package." The reform process began in Novem ber 1995 with broad stakeholder consul

tations. In July 1996, the discussion pa per, Responsive Environmental Protec tion, was released, followed by further consultations. The changes will be posted on the Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR) registry for a minimum 30-day comment period. For a copy of Better, Stronger, Clearer Environmental Regulation in Ontario or technical information regard ing specific reforms, please contact the Ministry of the Environment Public In formation Centre at (416) 325-4000 or 1-800-565-4923. Internet users can

download the report from the Ministry of the Environment's web site: www. ene.gov.on.ca.

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Environmental Science & Engineering, January 1998


Industry Update Stormceptors separate oil at Deltaport The new Deltaport Container Terminal at Roberts Bank near Vancouver, cov ers an area of 28.7 hectares hard surface

and was built at a cost of $224 million. On site construction costs accounted for

Twenty-two Stormceptors were cho sen because they satisfied the criteria of the governing bodies; the built in bypass, which prevented the scour of trapped pollutants during peak storms, was a major selling feature. Blasker Award attracts

$150 million. Klohn-Crippen was the

thousands of applications

prime consultant while PBK and Asso ciated Engineering were subconsultants. The terminal was planned to handle post-Panamax vessels (ships too large to penetrate the Panama Canal) and is designed to handle 500,000 TEUs (twenty foot equivalent units) annually. The terminal is positioned at the end of a long causeway, extending into the Strait of Georgia, which forms part of the Eraser River Estuary. The environ ment around the causeway is governed by the federal and provincial authorities, and being tidal mud-flats, is a critical

The San Diego Foundation's Blasker Award Committee is overwhelmed with

the response to its first environmental challenge statement: Creating Sustain able Supplies of Fresh Water. The Blasker Award for Environmental Sci

ence and Engineering has received more than 1,000 requests for application in formation in the first three months. The Blasker Award is one of the

world's largest prospective,environmen tal science awards - a $250,000 award

tive nature of the surrounding waters,

to the individual or group with the most creative,innovative and original contri bution toward solving a major environ mental problem. The first prize, for the

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Robert(Bob) Van Lammers, P.Eng. We take this opportunity to acknowledge the passing of Bob Van Lammers on the first day of his 61st year, Monday, De cember 8th, 1997, at home with great dignity and courage and surrounded by the love of his wife, Judith Frances, his

daughters Susan Anne and Lisa Marie and his sister Pauline Catherine.

A graduate of Clarkson University in New York State, Bob joined Ecodyne Limited as Municipal Sales Manager in 1968, and over the years he became a well known and respected professional In the municipal water industry through out Canada.

Bob played hockey for Clarkson Uni versity, where he will be remembered for his outstanding wrist shot technique, his enormous ability and strong leadership. When offered the opportunity to become a professional player he decided to pur sue his career in engineering. However, Bob continued to keep in touch with his many friends and teammates from Uni versity through the Clarkson Alumni. Bob will be sadly missed by his fam ily, friends and his many professional as sociates.

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Industry Update Public-private partnership a "Win-Win" on Saltspring Island

A new septage treatment facility at Burgoyne Bay on Saltspring Island, was provided through a Design-Build-OwnOperate tender won by Hill, Murray & Associates Inc. of Victoria, British Co

lumbia. The state-of-the-ai1 facility is designed to treat septage and sewage sludge to ground discharge quality. The plant serves all the southern GulfIslands. Hill, Murray & Associates has en tered into a five-year agreement with

Capital Regional District for provision of septage treatment services. The $250,000 facility has the capacity to han dle 300,000 gallons of septage per year. A pilot project last year demonstrated the effectiveness of the treatment proc ess. The system produces very dry cake suitable for composting. The liquid re moved from the cake is further processed through a membrane-bioreactor system which produces tertiary quality effluent. The treated water is approved by the min istry of health for ground disposal.

This sealed, continuous process renders extremely dry cakes while greatly reduc ing odours often associated with septage treatment. This proven technology is fully automated, simple to operate and maintain, and requires an extremely small footprint for operations. The septage press is a Canadian technology, manufactured by Fournier Industries Inc. of Quebec.

Research findings to be commercialized For the first time ever, the Centre de re cherche industrielle du Quebec, CRIQ (Quebec Industrial Research Centre), will commercialize a treatment process

that was perfected by the Centre. After 5 years of research, specialists at the CRIQ have developed an effective proc ess for the treatment of liquid waste from hog operations. Tests have demon strated that the new treatment, called

Biosor, removes 95% of the pollutants found in pork waste and eliminates 95% of the odours produced by lagoons. The process also reduces by 80-85% the vol

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Japanese approve $50 million PCB deal ELI Eco Logic Inc. has received full board approval from its Japanese part ner Nippon Sharyo, for a full commer cial license agreement to destroy PCBs in Japan, subject to Japanese regulatory approval. The agreement includes provisions for Tokyo Boeki and Nippon Sharyo to purchase or manufacture under license a number of Eco Logic Gas Phase Chemical Reduction (GPCR) Process

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OCPA goes Beyond 2000

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Suppliers also had table top exhibi tions set up around the dining room pe rimeter. Delegates were able to try out the Pipe Pac software package on the OCPA computer and the new Concrete Pipe Design Manual was also available to delegates. ES&E intends to publish selected papers from this symposium.

Aqueduct gets $3.5 facelift

Ms. Jan Rush (centre) with OCPA Chair Sue Tanenbaum (right) and Grant Lee, the association's marketing director.

The Ontario Concrete Pipe Association anticipated the millennium by two years with its highly successful symposium, Beyond 2000, held at the Toronto Con gress Centre, November 26. Over 200 key people in the field crowded into the 14 seminars put on by diverse experts. At a plenary session, the Deputy Minister of Transportation,

Ms. Jan Rush, was a keynote speaker. Later, the President of the American

Concrete Pipe Association, Jeff Enyart, gave an address based on his wide ex perience across North America. In some sessions, there was standing room only with overflows into the main corridor. The delegates included senior consulting and municipal engineers with

The aqueduct providing Winnipeg with its water has undergone a $3.5 million facelift. The city undertook a 20-day rehabilitation program on its Shoal Lake aqueduct which is part of a decade long $53.8 million project. The repair work will extend the life of the aqueduct sec tion by a minimum of 50 years, accord ing to a water works engineer. The work involved strengthening external portions of the aqueduct,intemal crack repair and internal concrete repair. While the re habilitation work interrupted the flow from the aqueduct, Winnipeg residents obtained their water from a stored res

ervoir supply. The rehabilitation pro gram was funded from a reserve fund started in 1992.

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R&D News ings from treatment plants, stormwater

AOX Reduction by Chemical

Water samples were also collected in the effluent plume in the St. Lawrence River. The results are published in Water Research. The average concen

sewers,combined sewer overflows, and

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Qualite de I'Eau

Impacts of Municipal Wastewater Effluents

P.A. Chambers and colleagues from the National Hydrology Research Institute, the National Water Research Institute,

and Environment Canada have pub lished a review of the impacts of mu

other wastewater sources.

Treatment

trations of total PCBs in raw and treated

Laboratoiy tests indicate that the adsorbable organic halogen(AOX)in bleached kraft pulp mill effluent can be reduced by about 30% by an alkaline sulfide

wastewater were 4.3 and 1.4 ng/L, re spectively. For PAHs, average concen trations were 1.5 and 0.4 pg/L, respec tively. In the effluent plume, concen

chemical treatment. Pulp and Paper Re

trations of PCBs and PAHs reached

search Institute scientists D.W. Francis,

background levels at approximately 13

P.A. Turner and J.T. Wearing conducted pilot plant trials to evaluate this chemi cal treatment process. The process con sisted of chemical pretreatment of efflu ent with green liquor followed by air activated sludge biological treatment.

and 6 km downstream from the effluent

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nicipal wastewater effluents on Cana dian waters in the Water Quality Re search Journal of Canada. Their find ings suggest that there is a need to re view sewage treatment requirements in

chemical pretreatment reduced the AOX in the acid effluent by 50%. The chemi cal pretreatment significantly enhanced the overall treatment as compared with biological treatment alone.

Canada. Further research is also re

PCBs and PAHs in Urban Wastewater

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long-term exposure to persistent and bioaccumulative pollutants. Finally, an integrated approach to wastewater man agement is needed that addresses load

outfall, respectively. Biological Nutrient Removal Model PS. Barker and P.L. Dold have devel

oped and demonstrated a general model for nitrification-denitrification biologi cal excess phosphorus removal in acti vated sludge systems. Results of a simu lation described in Water Environment

Samples of raw and treated wastewater were collected by Environment Cana

Research, show that the model is capa ble of predicting sludge production and oxygen use for a range of system types and of configurations. The model also tracks changes in a number of param eters including soluble phosphorus and

da's T. Pham and S. Proulx at the Mon

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treal Urban Community sewage plant and analysed for PCBs and PAHs.

University researchers demonstrated the application to aerobic and anaerobicaerobic systems and to a number of nu

trient removal systems for both steadystate and dynamic conditions.

Simultaneous Sludge Digestion and Metal Leaching The objective of work described in Water Research was to determine

whether various sewage sludge types coming from different wastewater treatment plants could be microbially leached to solubilize toxic metals and

be simultaneously digested. Indigenous sulfur-oxidizing microorganisms from acclimated sludge were used by INRSFau scientists H. Benmoussa, R.D.

Tyagi and P.G.C. Jones to generate sulfuric acid in situ by the oxidation of added sulfur. The experiments were conducted in intemal loop tower type re actors with sulfur spheres (25 mm di ameter) placed at the bottom ofeach re actor. Batch experiments in bioreactors, using sludge from four different wastewater treatment plants, resulted in sub stantial solubilization of heavy metals during sludge digestion.

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in the water treatment industry. The re sults indicate that the ANN modelling scheme shows much promise for water quality modelling and process control

mitted these researchers to validate

Measurement and Degradation of Chlorophenols In a paper published in Environmental Science and Technology, A. Hilimi, J.H.L. Luong and A. Nguyen present details for assembling an amperometric detector compatible with commercial capillary electrophoresis (CE) instru

channelled flow and characterize flow

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patterns, measure key waste and flow parameters, and determine the effects of infiltration rate and waste density on the flow parameters and leachate discharge. The results provide more accurate waste and flow parameter values for leachate discharge predictions. ments. The detector, assembled with a Forecasting Raw Water Quality gold electrode, achieves a sufficient sen In water treatment processes, raw water sitivity in analysing liquid extracts to colour is a key parameter for process enable detection of pentachlorophenol monitoring and control. In a paper pub (PCP) in soils at 35 mg PCP per kg of lished in Water Research, Q.Zhang and soil. These Biotechnology Research In S.J. Stanley use the artificial neural net stitute scientists used the system to study work (ANN) modelling technique to the oxidation of chlorophenols with develop a model for forecasting the raw eerie sulfate. The selected chlorophe water colouring in a large river. The nols were completely oxidized in 5 min modelling process typically includes and the eerie sulfate could be recovered four stages; source data analysis, sys and reused. tem priming, system fine-tuning, and CTMP Wastewater Treatment model evaluation. These University of R.G. Mathys and colleagues at the Uni Alberta scientists also discuss some op versity of British Columbia undertook timization issues involved in the mod

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The acetic acid content of the waste-

water was almost completely biologi cally oxidized in the RBC and very lit tle acetic acid volatilization was ob

served. Sulfite and sulfide compounds tended to be oxidized to sulfate com

pounds during RBC treatment. Removal of Biological Phosphorus A two-stage anaerobic-aerobic batch reactor (SBR) system (PAF-SBR) was developed by S. Danesh and J.A. Oleszkiewicz to enhance biological phosphorus removal in the sequencing batch reactors. The system performance was evaluated by these University of Manitoba scientists against a conven tional SBR system in parallel lab-scale reactors at room temperature using degritted raw wastewater as the feed. As reported in Water Science and Technol ogy, a significant difference was ob served between the performances of the two systems. The ortho-phosphate con centration in the effluent from the PAF-

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SBR was mostly below 0.5 mg/L, while in the conventional SBR it was gener ally above 1.5 mg/L. Characterization of Treated CTMP Effluent

A study undertaken by P.M. Huck and colleagues at the University of Water loo developed a characterization of the organic matter remaining in a chemithermomechanical pulping(CTMP)ef fluent after biological treatment. The methodology involved fractionation with macroporous resins. The results, published in the Water Quality Re.search Journal ofCanada, showed that the dis solved organic carbon consisted of87% hydrophobic material (primarily humic substances), 5% hydrophilic acids, and 3 to 4% nitrogenous compounds. The study also examined the effluent's reac tivity to chlorine disinfection to assess the formation potential of chlorinated byproducts. It was found that both chlo roform and trichloroacetic acid were

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Wastewater Association tists R Brassard, J.R. Kramer and P.V. and

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The adsorption of monophosphate ions from aqueous solutions by floes formed upon hydrolysis of alum was investi gated by J.-P. Boisvert and colleagues at the University of Sherbrooke. The phosphate adsorption processes were examined on pre-formed floes of alum and on in situ floe formation in the pres ence of phosphate ions. The results, published in Water Research, show that the phosphate-floc interactions on pre formed floes mainly involve specific interactions accompanied by or OHexchange. With in situ hydrolysis,complexation and charge neutralization ef fects play a significant part.

Biosorption of Metal Ions S. Schiewer and B. Volesky studied the passive biosorption of metal ions by biomass of the brown alga Sargassum, a process that may eventually be used for the treatment of industrial waste-

waters. These McGill University sci entists developed a mathematical model, described in Environmentai Science and

Technology, for predicting the equilib rium of proton and metal ion binding as a function of metal ion concentration, pH,and ionic strength. Although swell ing of the biomass particle was ob served, a simple Donnan model that as sumed a rigid particle already yielded a good prediction of the experimental

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ploying 100% chlorine dioxide bleach ing. The results, presented in the Water Quality Research Journal of Canada, indicated that the survival of the speci mens exposed to chlorate did not differ significantly from that of the controls.

Elimination of Mercury by Fish Factors influencing mercury elimination by fish are poorly understood. McCill University scientists M.Trudel and J.B. Rasmussen developed a general model of mercury elimination from fish using literature data. Their analysis, published in Environmental Science and Technol

ogy, showed that short-term experiments overestimated the elimination rate of

mercury and that inorganic mercury was excreted at three times the rate of

methylmercury. The model indicated that the methylmercury depuration rate was independent of mercury burden and concentration. Mercury elimination tended to be overestimated by a factor of 2-6 by empirical models that were published prior to this study.

Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater

Although alum is added ahead of the final clarifiers for phosphorus removal, the City of Regina Wastewater Treat ment Plant frequently fails to meet the 1 mg/L effluent phosphorus limit. T. Viraraghavan and E.G. Cleven under took ajar testing program to determine the effects of mixing regimes on phos phorus removal efficiencies. As de scribed in the Canadian Journal ofCivil Engineering, effluent phosphorus levels below the limit could be achieved using a 2-5 min rapid mix followed by a 15 min fiocculation period at alum and polymer dosages of approximately 125 and 1 mg/L respectively. Based on the results, the addition of a rapid mix ba sin ahead of the clarifier was recom

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During Phase 1 of the Mannheim Artificial Re

charge Project, the Re

gional Municipality of Waterloo constructed a raw water pipe line from the Grand River and a water

treatment plant (MWTP) near Mann heim, Ontario. Subsequent phases of the project, which involved prototype test ing of artificial recharge, were put on hold pending completion of the Long Term Water Strategy (LTWS). The LTWS is reviewing the long-term water supply options for the Region, includ ing the use of new technology for the Mannheim project, development of new groundwater supplies, and construction of a pipeline to one of the Great Lakes. Evaluations undertaken during the LTWS confirmed the feasibility of arti ficial aquifer recharge at Mannheim,al though it was recommended that the system be re-designed to include Aqui fer Storage Recovery wells. Aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) is a more efficient water supply strategy which involves the storage of treated drinking water in a suitable underground aquifer storage zone by injection through a well when water is available. The water is

later recovered from the same well when

needed to meet seasonal, peak, drought, emergency, or long-term water de mands. Typically all of the water is re

Two potential aquifer zones were

prove water quality by subsurface treat ment or mixing; 7) reduce concentra tions of disinfection byproducts in treated water; and 8) reduce environ mental impacts from surface water diversions, surface storage reservoirs and/or storage tanks. Using ASR wells, the Region has the opportunity of storing significant quan

identified in which an ASR test well

tities of treated surface water beneath the

for success as potable water storage zones. In the upper unconfined sand and

MWTP in subsurface formations. To

confirm the feasibility and cost of ASR at Mannheim,the LTWS recommended

that an operational ASR well be con structed and tested using treated surface water from the MWTP. In February 1996,the Region commenced a two year pilot study of ASR technology at Mannheim. This study represents the first application of ASR technology in

could be constructed. The first is an

unconfined sand and gravel aquifer, and the second is a deep bedrock(limestone) confined aquifer. The site geology and potential aquifer storage zones are illus trated schematically in Figure 1.

Both aquifers have a high potential

gravel aquifer, ASR would operate with seasonal recharge and storage of surplus treated drinking water during the win ter months with recovery of the stored water during the following peak demand summer months. Longer-term storage may not be feasible in this aquifer with out a series of additional wells to recover

Canada.

water that has migrated from the re charge area, as illustrated in Figure 1.

ASR Pilot Testing Program The ASR Pilot Testing Program con sisted of three phases: 1) field investi gation; 2)design and construction of an ASR well; and 3) testing the well for a 12 month period. Phase I involved the drilling of test

rock aquifer, ASR could operate on a seasonal, as well as on a longer-term storage basis, without the need for ad ditional recovery wells. Development of ASR wells in both aquifer storage zones would allow for "water stacking"

wells at three selected locations on the

in two zones beneath the MWTP.

MWTP site. Data relating to the geo logical and geochemical aspects of the aquifer material, as well as ground water and treated water quality data, were analyzed.

Ideally both zones should be tested; however, due to budgetary limitations, only one storage zone could be selected for ASR testing. Based on scientific and

Due to the confined nature of the bed

technical considerations, the sand and

covered without the need for retreatment

other than disinfection.

ASR has been applied successfully at 27 operational sites in the United States and is in various stages of devel opment at about 40 other sites. ASR technology has a number of advantages including: 1)reduce water supply expan sion costs - ASR typically meets peak demands at less than half the cost of

other water supply alternatives; 2) optimize available water supplies and treatment capacity while providing a high degree of flexibility, reliability and security of water supply; 3) phase water supply development in relatively

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By Richard S. Wootton* each cycle were 3, 15 and 31 days, re spectively. During recovery in the sec ond and third ASR cycles, the stored

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water was returned to the MWTP where

upon it was chlorinated and pumped to the distribution system. Preliminary results of the ASR Pilot testing program are encouraging. The testing indicated that peak pumping rates up to about 63 L/s (830 Igpm) and in jection rates up to about 100 L/sec(1320 Igpm) are feasible for the ASR well.

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gravel aquifer was selected for further testing because there was a higher level of confidence that an ASR well would

operate successfully in this aquifer. In Phase 2 of the program, an ASR well was constructed in the sand and

gravel aquifer. The ASR well was con structed of 406 mm diameter stainless steel well screen connected to 442 mm

diameter PVC well casing (Figure 2). A silica sand pack was installed around the well screen and the remainder of the

tonite/cement grout. The ASR well was equipped with a 100 hp submersible pump,installed be

The well was designed to permit in jection of treated water from the MWTP through the pump column and/or through the well annulus (Figure 2). Water is recovered through the pump column and can be directed either to

waste during backflushing operations or back to the MWTP for distribution.

Wellhead piping also includes a number of valves to control flow as well as flow

meters, level indicators, sampling ports and alarms to monitor operation. In Phase 3, aquifer pumping tests and injection tests were conducted to deter mine the initial hydraulic performance of the ASR well. Following the initial

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If the Region ultimately selects Aq uifer Storage Recovery as a preferred water supply option, the Region may realize significant cost savings com pared to conventional alternatives such as expansion of water treatment, stor age, or transmission facilities, while in creasing the reliability and security of water supply.

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borehole annulus was sealed with ben-

Control Valve™(FCV)which were con nected to surface with an epoxy coated steel pipe(pump column). The FCV is a nitrogen-actuated valve that permits injection of water into the well or pump ing water from the well using the same pump column. The FCV was incorpo rated into the well design to permit in jection of water directly into the aquifer

distribution.

testing, the ASR well was tested to simulate actual operational ASR cycles. Dur ing the ASR Cycle Tests,treated MWTP water was injected through the ASR well into the aquifer, stored for different pe riods of time, and recovered through the well. Three ASR Cycle Tests were com pleted with progressively increasing storage volumes of 5,25 and 50 million gallons, respectivelv. Storage times for

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Communal-size sewage and leachate treatment using biofiiters in process trains

The Waterloo Biofilter™ is a

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Dates of

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1996-97

mVmVd

TSS mg/L

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Municipal Wastewater,

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Saskatchewan

The higher loading rate of 6 mVmVd in

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using the Proteus® coagulation system and Waterloo Biofiiters. The facility was monitored by CETAC-West and is now operated by the City of Prince Albert. The Proteus system efficiently mixes alum with raw sewage to produce a sludge and a supernatant within a 20minute residence time.

The sludge is thickened and proc essed off-site, and the supernatant with BOD=50-100,TSS=10-40,and TP<0.5

mg/L is normally passed through graded sand filters and is then sprayed onto the biofdters in sequence(Figure 1).(BOD refers to biochemical oxygen demand over 5 days.) The sand removes solids to TSS<2 mg/L, but removes only mini mal BOD. Testing and monitoring was carried out from November 1995 to

August 1996 using one 4.5 m- biofilter,

at loading rates of 0.5-3.5 mVmVd,fol lowed by the full flow through five biofiiters from August 1996 to April 1997 (Table 1). The wastewater is polished to BOD<10 mg/L by the biofiiters at load ing rates of 5-6 mVmVd from August 'Waterloo Biofilter Systems ^Manz and Associates Engineering "Batu Enviro-Tek inc.

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Table 1. CETAC (West) Monitoring Results of Proteus and Waterloo Biofilter Sewage System at Hazeideli Plant, Prince Albert, N. Saskatchewan |-105 mVd)

late December to early January increases BOD only slightly (9 mg/L), but the 8 m VmVd test in January increases efflu ent BOD to 14 mg/L. The lower load ing rates provided sustainable low-main tenance operation whereas the higher loading rate resulted in some biomat accumulation on the medium.

Testing of the biofiiters without sand filters followed until mid-April 1997. The Proteus supernatant contained BOD=69-83 and TSS=21-31 mg/L and the Waterloo Biofilter polished this to

BOD=20 mg/L regardless of the 5-8 mV mVd loading rate (Table 1). The higher quality BOD<10 mg/L was not attain

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start-up in early October 1997 treating raw

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with BOD

and

TSS=200-300 m/gL, by November 1997 the EC coagulation effluent averaged BOD=68 mg/L and TSS=62 mgL (n=2) and the Waterloo Biofilter polished this to B0D=16 mg/L and TSS=5 mg/L (n=2), within compliance limits. Fisbing Resort, Trailer Park, Ontario

On Rice Lake in Ontario, a 35-

cottage fishing resort with measured 30 mVd flow is treated using 40 m^ septic tank pretreatment, equalization tank, and a shallow bed, 36 m- biofilter loaded at

~0.8mVmVd since early 1995. Disposal is solely by 120 m of shallow pressure trenches over the existing failed tile bed, the second of its type in Ontario. The wastewater is strong and greasy because of the fried fish diet of the occupants

able without the sand filters at these

and because of low-flow showers and

loading rates due to the higher solids content, but is adequate to meet the 25 mg/L BOD compliance for direct dis charge after UV disinfection and saves considerable capital and operating cost. Food Processing & Sewage

toilets in the cottages. Monitored by the conservation authority for 3 summers, the septic tank averages BOD=221, TSS=528, and TKN=125 mg/L (n=13). The biofilter effluent averages BOD=23, TSS=5,andTKN=17mg/L(n=13). The existing septic system had been ponding on the surface every year for 20 years

Wastewater, Korea In Seoul, Korea, a 350 nrVd flow of food processing and sewage wastewater is being treated in two separate streams using sacrificial anode electrochemical coagulation pretreatment (Global Water Systems) followed by Waterloo Bio fiiters. The sludge is concentrated in a clarifier and the soluble organic superfluent is polished in the biofiiters at de

sign loading rates of ~8 mVmVd. After

before the biofilter was installed, but has

not ponded at all since its inception. Near Leamington on Lake Erie, wastewater from a 310-unit trailer park is pretreated in septic tanks and three conventional gravel tile beds set in heavy clay with underdrains to surface discharge. Peak underdrain effluent flow was measured at 52 mVd, but ac-

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infdtration into the tile beds. Since early

Proteus

1996,the effluent has been treated in an

alum addition

enclosed 26 biofilter building at a design loading rate of 2.0 mVmVd (ac tual is up to 3.0 mVmVd)and produces an effluent of B0D=5 and TSS<5 mg/L (n=2)in a single pass. The biofilter ef

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Landfill Leachate, Ontario Following successful treatment in the

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Westport Ontario's 1000 gpm (US)Snowfluent plant. technology, automated process control quired for the summer process.) No dos ing of the influent with coagulants such software, high efficiency nozzles and as alum is necessary, further reducing cold winter temperatures, to provide ef both operating costs and long-term fective freeze-crystallization and an en How Snowfluent works sludge build-up. As Snowfluent is a vironmentally friendly result. The main advantage of this approach Where other processes rely mostly on physical treatment process, the system biological activity, Snowfluent utilizes handles raw effluent as well as highly is the efficiency with which the heat of treated wastewater with similar results. crystallization is removed from the the natural purifying properties offreez wastewater. As the fluid becomes dis ing water. As water freezes, individual Atomizing Freeze-Crystallization molecules organize themselves into Research on traditional freeze-ciys- persed into the atmosphere,the droplets highly ordered hexagonal structures. tallization technology for wastewater freeze into fine ice crystals. Snowfluent requires energy for atomization only, as The crystalline structures have impuri treatment was shown to be highly effec refrigeration is supplied free of charge ties, and reject them to the crystal ex tive but too costly due to the energy re tremities. This natural rejection is the quired for mechanical refrigeration and by Mother Nature! separation of "water from the wastes". freezing. Also, practical aspects of ap Snowfluent has been specifically de The only wastewater pre-treatment plying the lab-scale methods to commer signed to work in cold,freezing climates required is a few hours of retention in cial sized installations proved to be too where biological systems slow down or order to allow the settling of larger sol difficult, reducing the effectiveness of even stop working during the winter. ids. (Other technologies such as filtra treatment overall. The process is particularly suited to tion, require pretreatment. In combina The problems were solved by utiliz communities that have an existing la tion then, pretreatment would be re- ing Delta's specialized snowmaking goon or lagoons that require an upgrade to the quality of their existing treatment. This "design-build" project for Announcement Westport provided the solution they re Stormceptor Canada is pleased to announce that Lecuyer et Fils quired with innovative and effective Ltee has been granted the exclusive right to manufacture, market technology, and the benefits of lower and sell the patented Stormceptor System In the Province of Que costs. The Westport facility, in its first bec. Lecuyer Is the largest producer of manhole components In season of operation, has already the province, and Is located In St-Reml. achieved cost savings of over 50% com pared to the operational costs for the The Stormceptor System Is a vertically oriented stormwater In previous secondary treatment, using terceptor that Is Installed In storm sewer systems to remove and chemicals in the lagoon. Isolate sediment and spilled oil from stormwater flows. Manufac The project won the 1997 Associa tured from concrete components pre-englneered for traffic load tion of Consulting Engineers of Canada ing, the Stormceptor Is the logical choice to address source water top honour - the Schreyer Award. quality control needs. For more information, circle reply card No. 256 38

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111-1020 Denison St.. Markham, ON L3R 3W5

1127 Leslie St., North York, ON M3C 2J6

2020-1333 South Park St., Halifax, NS B3J 2K9

(905)474-0058 Fax:(905)474-0601 Contact: Andrew Cornel, Project Manager

(416)443-8361 Fax:(416)443-8380 Contact: David W. Hopper

(902)429-3798 Fax:(902)422-5220 Contact: D. Cralg Chandler, Environmental Advisor

AINLEY & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

APPLEGATE GROUNDWATER CONSULTANTS

AXOR EXPERTS-CONSEILS INC.

280 Pretty River Pkwy., Colllngwood, ON L9Y 4J5 (705)445-3451 Fax:(705)445-0968 Contact: Colin K. Kent, Vice President, Env. Eng.

64 Blackfriar Lane, Brantford, ON N3R 7L3

1950 rue Sherbrooke 0, Montreal, QC H3H 1E7

(519)751-1581 Fax:(519)751-0714 Contact: Paul Puodzlunas, Senior Hydrogeologlst

(514)846-8788 Fax:(514)846-4005 Contact: Marc Mousset, DIrecteur, Dept. Municipal

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BELL AND READING ENGINEERING LTD.

R.J. BURNSIDE & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

P.O. Box 2219,2045 Mills Rd., Sidney, BC V8L3S8 (250)656-0881 Fax:(250)656-4511

P.O. Box 91027, Stn. West Vancouver,

West Vancouver, BC V7V 3N3

15 Town Line, Qrangeville, ON L9W 3R4 (519)941-5331 Fax:(519)941-8120

Contact: M. Coreen Hamilton, Vice President

(604)922-3773 Fax:(604)922-8325

Contact: Robert J. Burnside, President

Contact: John Bell, President CAMILLUS ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS

BARENCO INC.

8-11 Cardico Dr., P.O. Box 295, Gormley, ON LOH 1G0 (905)888-9220 Fax:(905)888-9188

BIOGENIE

12672 boul industriel, Montreal, QC H1A3V2

(514)644-1405 Fax:(514)644-1353 Contact: Guy Teimosse, Dir. Bureau de Montreal

Contact: Jim Pfiimister

P.O. Box 516, Stn. Main, Yellowknife, NT X1A 2N4 (867)873-8712 Fax:(867)873-3762 Contact: Cam Marianayagam, President CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITORS INC.

BARKER TERP GIBSON LIMITED

101-275 Renfrew Dr., Markfiam, ON L3R 0C8

BIOREM TECHNOLOGIES INC.

(905)940-8300 Fax:(905)940-8303

Wellington Rd. No. 34, RR 3, Guelph, ON N1H 6H9 (800)353-2087,(519)767-9100 Fax:(519)767-1824

RR 1, Gilford, ON LOL 1R0 (705)456-3318 Contact: John Sciberras, President

B.B. CONSULTANTS INC. CANADIAN WATER TREATMENT CORP.

201-704 Mara St., Point Edward, ON N7V 1X4

BIOTHERMICA INTERNATIONAL INC.

(519)337-0228,(519)337-9950 Fax:(519)337-9178

440-3333 boul Cavendish, Montreal, QC H4B 2M5

(514)488-3881 Fax:(514)488-3125 Contact: Marle-Josee Leroux, Comm. & Marketing

307-675 North Rd., Coquitiam, BC V3J 1P6 (604)939-6175 Fax:(604)939-6176 Contact: Ben Baines, President CANSULT GROUP LIMITED

BCRI

BOILEAU ASSOCIES

201-420 boul Maloney E, Gatlneau, QC H8P 1E7 (819)663-9294 Fax:( 819)663-0084 Contact: Andre Mathleu, Directeur, Envlronnement

300-60 Renfrew Dr., Markham, ON L3R DEI

(905)470-2010 Fax:(905)470-2060 CANTOX INC.

BC RESEARCH INC.

468 Queen St. E, Lower Level 2, Box 19, Toronto,

308-2233 Argentia Rd., Mississauga, ON L5N 2X7 (905)542-2900 Fax:(905)542-1011 Contact: Eliiot A. Sigal, Senior Scientist

3650 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC V6S 2L2

ON M5A 1T7 (416)861-1086 Fax:(416)861-0634 Contact: Margarete Kalin, President

CANVIRO ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES LTD.

BOOJUM RESEARCH LTD.

(604)224-4331 Fax:(604) 224-0540 E-mali: bcri@bcr.bc.ca

A.A. BOSCARIOL & ASSOCIATES

Web site: www.bcr.bc.ca

Contact: James Hili, Vice President Operations Toxicoiogy, environmental effects, analytical chem istry, chemical product formulation. Industrial and environmental process development, technology de velopment and evaluation, risk management, ergo nomics, occupational health, site safety, acid mine drainage, bloassays, treatabliity studies, water qual ity, management and planning.

1-3514 Walker Rd., Windsor, ON N8W 384

12-50 Bathurst Dr., Waterloo, ON N2V 205 (519) 747-2575 Fax:(519) 747-3806 Contact: Terri Whiffin, Marketing Manager

(519)966-4006 Fax:(519)966-4088 Contact: A.A. Boscariol

CANWIT CONSULTING CORPORATION

WALTER BROWN ASSOCIATES

902-19 King St., London, ON N6A 5N8 (519)673-5061 Fax:(519)673-4507 Contact: Jan Chymyck, President

533 Arbor Rd., Mississauga, ON L5G 2J6 (905)278-8848 Contact: Waiter F.M. Brown, President

CARROLL-HATCH INTERNATIONAL LTD.

BEAK INTERNATIONAL INCORPORATED

BSA GROUPE CONSEIL

400-221 West Esplanade, North Vancouver, BC V7M 3J3 (604)986-5961 Fax:(604)986-5960

14 Abacus Rd., Brampton, ON LOT 5B7 (905)794-2325 Fax:(905)794-2338 Contact: Candace Kelly, Marketing Coordinator

100-107 rue Saint-Louis, Saint-Eustache, QC

Contact: Peter Neiid, President

J7R 1X8 (514)472-6020 Fax:(514)472-9716 Contact: Mario Guerin, Engineer

OEM CONSULTANTS INC.

125 Racine E., Chicoutimi, OC G7H 1R5

(418)698-4488 Fax:(418)698-6677 Contact: Christian Oueliet, Project Manager

Water Supply and Treatment Wastewater Treatment Arsenic Removal

CEMCORP LTD.

2170 Stanfield Rd., Mississauga, ON L4Y 1R5 (905)566-7227 Fax:(905)566-7228 Contact: Michael A. Coulter, Managing Director

Iron and Manganese Removal

G R O U P

Fredericton, NB Tel:(506)452-9000 Fax:(506)459-3954

Engineering, Consulting,Procurement,Project Management CENTRAL PROJECTS GROUP INC.

15-250 Shields Crt., Markham, ON L3R 9W7

(905)470-6570 Fax:(905)470-0958 Web site: www.cpg.ca Contacts: Harry H. Kim, General Manager Rene de Vries, Principal, Senior Project Manager

Ainley & Associates Limited

m

Consulting Engineers and Planners

Environmental site assessments, environmental

Water Supply and Sewage Treatment Environmental Assessments - Roads and Bridges Structural Engineering - Land Use Pianning

remediation, environmental management systems, fueling system design and project management. Offices in Ontario and British Columbia.

Oi/r expertise cotters a/i aspects of Cm/, Munic/pai and CH2M GORE&STORRIE LIMITED

EnWronmentai Engineering and Land L/se Pianning

401-255 Consumers Rd., North York, ON M2J 5B6 COLl/AJGWOOD (70S} 445-34SI

BELLEiTtLLE (SW 966-4243

TAX (70S} 44S-096S

fwr (6/3} 966- r/63

OTT/tm

(416)499-9000 Fax:(416)499-4687 Contact: Norman D. Huggins, Executive VP

(6/3} 622- m52

FAX (6X3} 622-/S73

CHARLESWORTH & ASSOCIATES

ALTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING LTD.

101-66 Shudeli Ave., Toronto, ON M4J 1C7

(416)462-0400 Fax:(416)462-9005 Contact: Dr. David Chariesworth, President

Environmental and OHS professionals providing quaiity consulting, scientific & engineering services engineering and scientific studies management systems and audit capability Phase I & II investigations and remediation

CHEMCYCLE ENVIRONNEMENT INC.

225 Sheppard Ave. W. North York, Ont.

2630 boul industriel, Chambly, OC J3L4V2 (514)447-2000 Fax:(514) 447-6666 Contact: Jean Bouchard, Vice President

M2N 1N2

Tel;(416) 226-0148

Fax:(416)226-2931

CHEVALIER ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES LTD.

5349 Outer Dr., RR1, Windsor, ON N9A6J3

(519)737-7042 Fax:(519)737-7045 PRODUCTIVITY

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EXCELLENCE

Contact: Gerald J. Chevalier, President

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Labs CHISHOLM, FLEMING AND ASSOCIATES 301-317 Renfrew Dr., Markham, ON L3R 9S8

R.V. Anderson Associates Limited

(905)474-1458 Fax;(905)474-1910 consulting engineers, architects, technology managers

Contact: R.G. Chisholm

Environmental and Infrastructure Specialists Planning and Management • Design and Construction Operations and Optimization Water, Wastewater, Transportation, Urban Development and Telecommunication Technologies

CHURCH &TROUGHT INC.

101-41 Vaileybrook Dr., Toronto, ON MSB 286 (416)391-2527 Fax:(416)391-1931 Contact: Alan Ctiurcti, Partner CLEAR VIEW GEOPHYSICS INC.

12 Twisted Oak St., Brampton, ON L6R 1T1 (905)458-1883 Fax:(905)792-1884 Contact: Joe Mihelcic, Geophysicist

Toronto (416)497-8600; Weliand; Ottawa; Sudbury (Dennis); London; Monclon (Touchie); Fredcricion (Touchic); Charlottetown (Atlantech); Bombay, India(PHE Consultants)

COCHRANE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

600-5 Donald St., Winnipeg, MB R3L 2T4 (204)453-3103 Fax:(204)474-2864 Contact: Ross Webster, Manager

'Environmental professionals working with Industry to Improve water qualHy'

A(fu^tic SciencesInc.

COLUMBIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

25 Cobtiam Ave. W., Cranbrook, BC VIC 4G3

(250)426-7280 Fax:(250)426-2904 Contact: Murray McMictiael, Managing Partner

Biology Environmental Audits

Toxicrty Testing

Aquatic Contaminant Remediation Sewer Use Bylaw Consulting Water and Wastewater Engineering

COMCOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING ENGINEERS

927 King St. E., The Grist Mill Centre, Cambridge, ON N3H 3P4 (519)653-8337 Fax:(519)653-2753 Contact: Alexander E. Magditsch, Principal CONNOR

45 Hannover Dr., St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada L2W 1A3 Phone (905) 641-0941 (Branch Office)PO Box 86, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada N7T 7H8 (519) 383-7822

DEVELOPMENT

SERVICES LIMITED

^ALBERTA

ENVIRONMENTAL

5096 Catalina Terr, Victoria, BC V8Y 2A5

(250)658-1323 Fax:(250)658-8110

Envlronmentai Engineering Stormwater Management Impact Assessments

SASKATCHEWAN BRITISH COLUMBIA

ENGINEERING SERVICES

INTERNATIONAL

E-mail: connor@connor.bc.ca Web site: www.connor.bc.ca/connor

Contact: Desmond M. Connor, President

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING

We deal with environmental issues caused by pub lic ignorance, misunderstanding, anxiety and fear. We have 25 years experience in preventing and re solving public controversy. We provide consulting services, staff training, publications and an instruc tional video. See our website (www.connor.bc.ca/ Connor) and contact us today!

B.B. CONSULTANTS INC. An Efficient Source lo Engineering Management, Supervisory, Design Teams and Skilled Trades (Nationwide)

CONSEIL OCTOGON TECH CONSULTING

51 rue Applegrove, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9A 1W3 (514)683-5818 Fax:(514)683-5818 Contact: Peter Csakany

• Professional Employer Organization • Temporary, Contract,Permanent Personnel Placement

Personnel Outsourcing Nationwide Employee Database 24 hour Response

• Training Services CONSOLIDATED GIROUX ENVIRONMENT INC.

704 Mara St., Suite 201,

Tel:(519) 337-0228, 337-9950

bbbailey@eblecti.net

P.O. Box 163, Charlo, NB EOB 1M0

Point Edward, Ontario, N7V 1X4

Fax:(519) 337-9178

www.sarnia.com/bb

(506)684-5821 Fax:(506)684-1915 Contact: Noella Russell, Secretary

3- Comprehensive Environmental Analysis

CONSTRUCTION CONTROL INC.

M - Specializing in Dioxin/Furan and Ultra Trace Metals

70 HaistAve., Woodbridge, ON L4L5V4 (905)856-1438 Fax:(905)856-1455 Contact: Trevor Diseko, Certified Env. investigator

I- Canada Wide Ontario (2), Quebec, B.C. - Internationally Accredited

CONTEMPORARY INFORMATION ANALYSIS

S - Testing for all Provincial and Federal Regulations B - Local Sample Pick Up from each Lab

2 Lakeview Dr., Stoney Creek, ON L8E 5A5 (416)410-0432 Fax:(416)927-0427 Contact: Colin F.W. Isaacs, Env. Program Cons.

B - Late Night Drop Off - Custom Reporting

SEAN COOK ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING/CONSULTING

219 Wellington St., Thunder Bay, ON P7C 4K3 (807)473-7218 Fax:(807)623-1505 Contact: Sean Cook, Sr. Environmental Engineer

Call Toll Free: 1-888-L-PHILIP ext. 228 or E-Mai!:barringr@spectranet.ca Divisions of Philip Analytical Services Corporation

CSP ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, LTD.

484 Daihousie St., Amherstburg, ON N9V 2M3 (519)972-7907,(519)736-8200 Fax:(519)972-7907 Contact: Carl C. St. Pierre, President

BIOREM

DAMES & MOORE CANADA A OAMES A MOORE SUflSlDlARy

DAMES & MOORE CANADA

7560 Airport Rd., Mississauga, ON L4T 2H5 (905)671-9921 Fax:(905)672-7784 E-maii: ALBSDL@dames.com

Technologies Inc.

hiopiles, landfarming hioslurry reactor processes hiological laboratory services

Specializing in the design, development, and implementation of bioremediation systems

• focusing on degradation of plastlcizers, TPH, POP, BTEX, PAHs in soil

hiofllters for odour control

Wellington Rd.#34, RR #3, Guelph, Ontario N1H 6H9 Phone:(800)353-2087,(519)767-9100 Fax:(519)767-1824

Contacts: Doug Loeser, Marketing Director

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Labs Mahmood Ghinani

Dames & Moore is a leading environmental engi neering firm providing quality service worldwide. We believe client communication is key. Locations in Toronto, Cambridge, Vancouver, and Victoria. Ex pertise includes investigations, Phase l-IV ESAs, remediation, mining issues, waste management, regulatory compliance, risk management, geoteohnical, water supply, decontamination/ decommissioning, asbestos, and industrial hygiene.

C.C.TATHAMS ASSOCIATES LTD. Consulting Engineers Specialists in a comprehensive range of Environmental and Municipal Engineering Collingwood

Bracebridge

Tel.(705)444-2565 EMail: info@cctathafn.com

Tel.(705)645-7756 Web: www.cetatham.com

DECOMMISSIONING CONSULTING SERVICES LIMITED

DECOMMISSIONING CONSULTING SERVICES

11-121 Granton Dr., Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3N4 (905) 882-5984 Fax: (905) 882-8962 E-mail: dcsltd@idirect.com Web site: web.ldirect.com\~dcsitd Contact: John N. Hilton

Environmental management; phase 1 environmen tal audits, phase 2 site assessments; phase 3 re medial investigations; site decommissioning; risk as sessment; hazardous materials management; geotechnicai engineering; hydrogeoiogy; water qual ity evaluation; wastewater and groundwater treat ment; industrial hygiene; FOB and asbestos man agement; underground tank remediation.

aeQu\a\\on^'

m enc3INEERS

OELCAIM DELCAN CORPORATION

CanTox Inc. Consultants in Toxicology Health and Environmental Sciences

Human health anci ecological risk assessment

Environmental impact/remediation analysis

► Fate and food chain modelling ► Hazard assessments/Exposure limit

development

• CEPA submissions

Scientific risk communication

2233 Argentia Road, Suite 308, Mississauga. ON. L6N 2X7 • Tel: (905) 542-2900 • Fax: (906) 542-1011 E-mail: esigal@cantcx.com • Internet: http://www.cantox.com Vancouver • Calgary • Mississauga ■ Halifax • New Jersey

133 Wynford Dr., North York, ON M3C 1K1 (416)441-4111 Fax; (416)441-4131 E-maii: delcan@interlog.com Web site: www.interlog.com/~delcan Contact; Douglas G. Langiey, VP. Env. Division Specializing in municipal and industrial wastewater coilection and treatment, water treatment and sup ply, environmental audits and planning and environ mental management systems including pollution prevention. CYRIL J. DEMEYERE LIMITED

261 Broadway, P.O. Box 606, Tliisonburg, ON N4G 4J1 (519)688-1000 Fax: (519)842-3235 Contact: John D. Wiebe, Engineer DIGITAL LAND RESOURCES

CH2M Gore & Storrie Limited

103 Main Terr., Sherwood Park, AB T8A 0R7 (403)975-9407 Fax: (403)464-2287 Contact: Peter 0. Geib, Principal

Environmental Engineers, Planners and Scientists 255 Consumers Road, North York, Ontario M2J 5B6

phone (416) 499-9000 fax (416) 499-4687 direct dial (416) 499-0090 + ext.

DILLON CONSULTING LIMITED

100 Sheppard Ave. E., North York. ON M2N 6N5 (416)229-4646 Fax: (416)229-4692 Contact; Gary Komar, Partner

Barrle • Calgary • London • Ottawa • Thorold Toronto • Vancouver • Waterloo

DIVERSIFIED GEOSCIENCES INC.

• Environmental Audits/Assessments

B-38 Strange St.. Kitchener, ON N2G 1R1 (519)576-3071 Contact: Ian Judd-Henrey, Principal

• Site Remediation &

Decommissioning CENTRAL PROJECTS GROUP INC.

250 Shields Court, Unit 15, Markham, Ontario L3R 9W7 Tel; (905) 470-6570, Fax: (905) 470-0958

Web site: http;//www.cpg.ca Toronto • Vancouver

• Fuelling Systems Design & Installation

• Waste management

• Spill Response

■rsiN/iRorsirviErsj-rAL Divisiarsi Specializing in: ■ Water Supply Systems ■ Wastewater Systems

Drainage Planning Hydro-Technical Services

■ Stormwater Management

Environmental Sciences

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Eastern Regon Toronto Tol: (416) 4414111 Fax:(416)4414131 PaciRc Regan Vanrxtmer

Tol: (604) 525-9333 Fax:(604)525-9458

Duke Engineering tC Services DUKE ENGINEERING & SERVICES (CANADA) 208-265 Carling Ave., Ottawa, ON K1S 2E1 (613)232-2525 Fax: (613)232-7149 Contacts: Austin Sweezey, Hydrogeoiogist Paul Beck, Markham, ON (905)513-9400 Geoff Warren, Calgary, AB (403)262-4885 Full environmental services including environmen tal site assessments, soli and groundwater investi gations, site remediation, environmental/perform ance assessment modelling, risk assessment, con taminated/hazardous materials management, com pliance and waste audits,fractured rock hydrogeo iogy, litigation support/expert witness testimony. ECOCERN INC.

4 Nursewood Rd., Toronto, ON M4E 3R8 (416)699-6045 Contact; David Lewis, President ECO-GESTENV INC.

121 boui Hymus, Pointe-Claire, 00 HSR 1E6 (514)697-9220 Fax: (514)697-2090 Contact: Jacques Pierquet, President

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2655 North Sheridan Way, Mississauga, ON L5K 2P8 {905)823-4988 Fax:(905)823-8503 Contact: Derek A. Stewart, Hydrogeologist

•Infrastructure • Communities

ECO TECH CONSULTING LTD.

206-9650 20 Ave. NW. Edmonton, AB T6N 1G1 (403)461-1010 Fax:(403)428-5376 Contact: Dr. Paul Knettig, President EDM CONSULTANTS LIMITED

P.O. Box 1240, Deer Lake. NF AOK 2E0 (709)635-8271 Fax:(709)635-5334

DILLON

•Environment

•Facilities

CONSULTING

Toronto * London • Cambridge • Windsor • Ottawa • Halifax Sydney • Fredericton • Winnipeg * Yellowknife • Vancouver * International 100 Sheppard Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario M2N 6N5 (416) 229-4646

Contact: Jason Davis, Project Engineer

Formerly

EEM INC.

3782 av Draper, Montreal, QC H4A 2P1 (514)481-3401 Fax:(514)481-4679 Contact: Paul MacLean, President ELLISON AND ASSOCIATES CONSULTANTS

Adam and Eve Rd., RR 1, Lakefield, ON KOL 2H0 (705)657-3763 Fax:(705)657-2236 Contact: Kenneth Ellison, President EMSL ANALYTICAL INC.

440 Lawrence Bell Dr., Williamsville, NY 14221 USA

Contact: Joe Frasca, Director of Marketing

WINTERA Dnkc Engineering 6: Services

F.nvironnienlal Scienlisis and Engineers

• Environmental Audits/Site Assessments

Ottawa

(613) 232-2525

• Fractured Rock Hydrogeoiogy

Toronto

• Environmental Management and Compliance

(905) 513-9400

• Hydrogeologic/Performance Assessment Modeling Calgary • Site Remediation

• Risk Assessment

(403) 262-4885

ENVIRINFO

15 rue Sabrevois, Saint-Bruno, QC J3V 1G9

ASBESTOS & LEAD ANALYSIS

(514)653-9254 Fax:(514)653-1124 Contact: Claude Lalumlere, Engineer

SINCE 1981

AIHA - AIHA ELLAP - NVLAP

ENVIROCON SERVICES

10 Audrey Ave., London, ON N6A 2Y9 (519)433-1540

NY ELAP - CA ELAP - TEXAS DOH AIR - BULK - DUST - SOIL - WATER

Contact: Dick Frier, Principal ENVIROMED LABORATORIES INC.

1-800-220-3675

201-1428 Ouellette Ave., Windsor, ON N8X 1K4 (519)258-1991 Fax:(519)258-9505

A

TEM - PLM - PCM - SEM - Flame AA - Graphite Furnace

Contact: Linda Sunyovszky, Director of Marketing ENVIROMEGA INC.

GAP EnviroMicrobial Services Inc.

245-7 Innovation Dr., Flamborough, ON L9H 7H9 (905)689-4410 Fax:(905)689-7040 Contact: Hugh D. Monteith, Manager Operations

Microbiology Laboratory & Consulting P\ Microbial Training Consulting Services Respirometry 1020 Hargrieve Road, London, Ontario. N6E1P5 Telephone: 519-681-0571 Fax: 519-681-7150

Cryptosporidium & Giardia Microorganism Identification * Rapid E.coli recreational water

ENVIROMETREX CORPORATION

302-14A Hazelton Ave., Toronto, ON M5R 2E2

(416)928-0917 Fax:(416)928-0714 E-mail: kolomey@ibm.net Contact: Richard Kolomeychuk, Principal Services for industry's and government's air quality needs. Air quality management, assessments,con trol evaluations, permitting, dispersion modelling, emission inventories, monitoring, and training. En vironmental hearings. Renewable energy resource assessments, meteorological stations, and environ mental monitoring platforms for remote, mobile, and marine applications. Hydrometeorologic networks and analyses. Aero-Log newsletter (call or e-mail for a complimentary copy).

Gartner ST. CATHARINES

H

CALGARY WHITEHORSE

Lee

YELLOWKNIFE

Limited

KUALA LUMPUR

"Our 3R team specializes in optimizing recycling programs and finding cost-effective solutions for our clients." rim Reeve, Environmental Planner B.C. OffIce,Tel:(604)299-4144 ext. 226 Email: gart_lee@tvlnet.com. Website: www.gartnerlee.com

ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITORS LIMITED

240-100 York Blvd., Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1J8

♦ Industrial Water/ Wastewater Treatment

(905)886-7965 Fax:(905)886-7967 Contact: Richard M. Lawton, Vice President

♦ Waste Minimization ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECH OF WESTERN CANADA INC.

211-2 Athabascan Ave., Sherwood Park,ABT8A4E3

(403)467-6629 Fax:(403)467-6630 Contact: Roland Walsh, Director of Operations ENVIRONMENTAL CARIBBEAN LIMITED

2111 Kempton Park Dr., Mississauga, ON L5M 2Z1 (905)820-6498 Fax:(905)820-6623 Contact: Krishna Ramlogan, Director

Geoma'trix Consuit:ant:s Engineers, Geologists, and Environmental Scientists Announcing Our Newest Office:

871 Victoria North, Suite 201 Kitchener, Ontario N2B 384 Tel:(519)741-3618 Fax:(519) 741-3621.

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Wastewater Reuse/Recycle

Treatm ent System Upgrade/ Optimization

Treatment System Design and Construction Ray Stickney, C.E.T, Jeff Chambers, P. Eng., Bill Malyk, M. Eng., P. Eng., Dave Ellis, Project Engineer

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717 Bateman Crt., Burlington, ON L7T 4K5 (905)631-7868 Fax: (905)631-7869 Contact: Mark Scenna, Mgr. Business Operations

GOODFELLOW CONSULTANTS INC.

... solutions through clean air technology 7070 Mississauga Road, Suite 160 Mississauga, Ontario, L5N 7G2, Canada Website: www.goodtell.com • Environmental Engineering • Ventilation Assessment & Design

Tel:(905) 858-4424 Fax:(905) 858-4426 E-mail: info@goodtell.com

• Air Pollution Control

• Occupational Health and Safety • Indoor Air Quality • HS&E Compliance Audits

• Clean Air Technologies

• EMS Audits

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RESOURCES

MANAGEMENT (ERM) 201-50 Queen St. W,

Brampton, ON L6X 4H3 (905)796-1199 Fax: (905)796-2526

ERMi

Noise Vibration and Acoustics

E-mail:

ermont@netcom.ca Web site: www.erm.com

Contact: Kevin Ridley, President ERM is a global consulting organization of 2,400 environmental, health and safety specialists at more than 110 locations in 27 countries. The firm offers

Noise Vibration Acoustics

2000 Argentia Road, Plaza 1, Suite 203 Mississauga, Ontario L5i\i 1P7 (905) 826-4044, Fax 826-4940

Howe Gastivieier Chapnik

LIMITED

ENGINEERING

ENVIRONMENTAL

air quality, wastewater, hazardous and solid waste management, site assessment and remediation, hu man health and ecological risk assessment, proc ess safety, community planning, management con sulting, construction management, dispute resolu tion and turnkey construction. ENVIRONNEMENT E.S.A. INC.

207 rue Belvedere N., Sherbrooke, QC J1H 4A7

Experts at wastewater process audits, process optimization, and process design

(819)566-4020 Fax: (819)566-2389 Contact: Michel Cyr, President ENVIRO-TECH ASSOCIATES INC.

Hydromantis,Inc.

2 Cherryhill Dr., Grimsby, ON L3M 3B4 (905)825-5630 Fax: (905)825-5782 Contact: Henry A. Vens, President

Consulting Engineers

ENVISION COMPLIANCE LTD.

3-1495 Bonhill Rd., Mississauga, ON L5T 1M2 (905)670-8889 Fax: (905)670-0180 Contact: George Ayers, President

1685 Main Street West, Suite 302, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L8S 1G5

Tel:(905)522-0012 Fax;(905)522-0031 info@hydromantis.com

EPEC CONSULTING (SASK) LTD. 1601A 4th Ave., Regina, SK S4R 8P9 (306)757-8694 Fax: (306)757-4202 Contact: James W. Campbell, Manager

ISIJagger Hims ■I LIMITED

EXCELSIOR SEARCH PROFESSIONALS INC.

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(905)574-4977 Fax: (905)574-4766 Contact: Tahir Mahmood, Manager FLUOR DANIEL GTI CANADA, INC. 1500 Trinity Dr., Mississauga, ON L5T 1L6 (905)670-1700 Fax: (905)670-2009 Contact: Randall W. Barkhouse, Sr. Project Manager FORTIER ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING/ CONCURRENT TECHNOLOGIES CORP.

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704 Mara Street, Suite 210

LENDER

Point Edward, Ontario, N7V 1X4 Teiephone: 519-336-4101

Environmental Services Limited

Fax: 519-336-4311

GAJJAR GROUP CONSULTING INC.

E-Maii: mroehler@lehder.com

104-7710 5 St. SE, Calgary, AB T2H 2L9 (403)259-4266 Fax:(403)259-8211 Contact: Chandra Gajjar, President GAMSBY AND MANNEROW LIMITED

102-370 Speedvale Ave. W, Guelph, ON N1H 7M7 (519)824-8150 Fax:(519)824-8089 Contact: G. Doug Gamsby

Web Site: http://www.lehder.com an environmental consulting firm speciaiizing in: 4 ♦ ♦

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Process Assessments

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Management Systems

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1020 Hargrieve Rd., London, ON N6E IPS (519)681-0571 Fax:(519)681-7150 Contact: Garry Palmateer GARTNER LEE LIMITED

102-140 Renfrew Dr., Markham, ON L3R 6B3

(905)477-8400 Fax:(905)477-1456 Contact: Lou Locatelli, Principal

Consulting Engineers, Planners and Scientists, Specializing in the Environment MacViro Consultants Inc.

GEDDES & RUBIN MANAGEMENT INC.

1500-10 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5J 2R8 (416)365-7770 Fax:(416)365-7669

90 Allstate Parkway, Suite 600, Markham, Ontario L3R 6H3

201-871 Victoria St. N, Kitchener, ON N2B 384

(519)741-3618 Fax:(519)741-3621 E-mail: rstickney@geomatrlx.com Contact: Ray Stickney, Office Manager Specializing in industrial process water and wastewater treatment,treatment plant troubleshooting, op timization and modelling, water conservation and re-use, waste minimization, by-product recovery, air pollution/toxics, hazardous waste management,site assessments and investigations, remediation design and management, decommissioning, risk assess ments,seismic evaluations, geotechnical and landfill design, environmental management/ISO 14000.

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(905) 475-7270

E-Mail: 103700.2767@compuserve.com

MALROZ

•Risk assessment/management

Engineering Inc.

•Site decommissioning & rehabilitation

Kingston Ottawa

•Waste management

(613)548-3446 (613)521-8258

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GEOSYSTEMS LTD.

Specialists in Environmental Planning and Engineering,

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Contact: Rick Barlow, President

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1091 boul Pie-XI 8., Val-Belair, QC G3K 1J9

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(416)675-5950 Fax:(416)675-4620 E-mail: lnfo@giffels.com Web site: www.giffels.com Contact: Brian Kishbaugh, Mgr. Env. Services Consulting engineering and contracting organiza tion offering a broad range of architectural, engi neering, management and construction services worldwide. Environmental services Include Indus

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Guide to Environmentai Consultants & Labs E.K. GILLIN & ASSOCIATES INC.

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(403)487-3153 Fax:(403)487-0544 Contact: Robert N. Briggs, President

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3155 Huron Church Rd., Windsor, ON N9E 4H6 (519)966-6750 Fax:(519)966-6753 Contact: Carl M. Glos, President & Chiet Engineer

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Composting Wastewater Sludge, cont' facility roof area, and stored within a 5,000 gallon storage tank, again to use in maintaining the proper moisture lev els of the active windrows.

Due to the range of organic materi als which are processed, and the poten tial for odours which result, an elabo

rate air collection and biofiltration sys tem was developed. This system con sists of three 225 foot-long air intake pipes, each connected to a 25hp, 8,000 cfm collection fan. The entire facility is maintained at a negative atmospheric pressure, and the system provides four internal air changes per hour. Collected air is discharged into a common header pipe which is coupled to twenty 6-inch perforated diffusion pipes. Effluent air diffuses into a 5,600 square foot biofilter bed, where it is retained for sixty sec onds to undergo odourous compound removal.

Finished compost material is screen ed through both a 2.5 and 3/8 inch mesh trommel screen. Three-eighths inch material is then bagged and marketed under the Green Country Farms prod uct name. Coarser material is presently used by various contractors as a topsoil supplement. The facility has operated at the ton nage levels predicted during the design phase. The Compostit facility design has proven to be a low capital cost al ternative when compared to other invessel systems at an overall capital cost

of approximately 1.5 million dollars (Canadian). The focus for future im

provements will be on marketing initia tives to provide consistent outlets for product sales. Compostit Inc. data provided by George South, H.B. Sc., M.A., Manager, Waste Diversion, Muskoka Container ized Services, Ltd.

Profile #2 City of Guelph Works Department, Guelph, Ontario The City of Guelph wastewater treat ment plant cuiTently serves a population

top dressing or daily cover at landfills. The City of Guelph is the first in Canada to utilize a high-rate, totally enclosed mechanical sludge composting facility. Commissioned in 1995,the facility pro duces approximately 17,000 tonnes of compost per year.

The sludge is initially stabilized by anaerobic digestion prior to dewatering on belt filter presses that squeeze the sludge between a woven mesh filter cloth and increase the solids content of

the sludge from 3% to 18%. Amend

of over 90,000 and treats about 55 mil

ment derived from waste wood is deliv

lion litres of wastewater per day, with the treated effluent from the plant being discharged to the nearby Speed River. Because of the sensitivity of this receiv ing stream, the Guelph plant employs an advanced wastewater treatment proc ess to produce a high-quality effluent. What results from this process is a sub

ered from the amendment storage silo, and is ultimately combined with dewatered sludge from the sludge storage bin and recycled compost from the cure reactor. The amendment provides a car bon-based food source that comple ments the nitrogen-rich sludge to pro vide the correct proportions of nutrients required by the compost micro-organ-

stantial side-stream of concentrated sol

ids, more commonly termed as sludge. Guelph closely examined its sludge management options and selected sludge composting as the preferred method to produce a more useful by product. Sludge composting provides an en vironmentally sound method of enhanc ing the properties of, and recycling valu able nutrients back into, soil. Compost produced from sewage sludge has the potential for landscape application, ag ricultural use, land rehabilitation, and

isms. The amendment also increases the

dryness and porosity of the mix to al low efficient movement of air through the compost mass. Recycled compost is withdrawn from the cure reactor and

contributes a population of active com post micro-organisms while also in creasing the dryness of the mix. All three components: sewage sludge, amendment, and recycled com post are discharged into screw convey ors at a controlled but variable rate prior to delivery to the mixer. The mixer

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Composting Wastewater Sludge

By Donald R. Hoekstra*

Composting wastewater sludge an outline of two case histories

Thefocus ofthe water pol ution control industry has histori cally been the collection and

treatment of wastewater, and

the production of a high quality liquid stream for reintroduction into the local

environment. With improved treatment technologies and methods,the results of these efforts have been largely success ful with many plants able to consistently remove 95+% of the solids in the wastewater stream.

This increased removal efficiency has produced an increased disposal problem for many facilities, while prompting others to pursue a method of producing a value-added product from these organic residuals. Sewage sludge which has been sufficiently stabilized and subjected to a "process to signifi cantly reduce pathogens"(PSRP)can be

Biofilter layers shown during construction.

transformed into biosolids, a material

Bracebridge, Ontario by the manage

with a wide range of beneficial uses. One method to achieve the production of biosolids is composting. Composting holds a significant and increasingly important position in Cana da's waste management infrastructure. The Composting Council of Canada re ports(based upon information provided by provincial/territorial ministries of environment) that there are currently 252 centralized composting facilities

ment team of Muskoka Containerized

located across Canada and more than 30

sites that utilize in-vessel technology. Leaf and yard waste, wood by-products, IC&I (Industrial Commercial & Insti tutional) organics (including restaurant and supermarket food waste), and pa per materials are the most commonly composted materials; however, sewage sludge is being composted or co-composted in a number of these facilities. The following profiles of two suc cessfully operating facilities provide an interesting comparison of approaches to the production of biosolids compost. The first profile represents a low capi tal cost"home grown" design for the cocomposting of mixed organic waste, where sewage sludge is a main feedstock. The second represents a fully engineered "in -vessel" system designed to process only sewage sludge. Profile#! CompostitInc. Compostit Inc. was developed in *Prism Resource Management, Ltd.

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Services Ltd.(MCS)in an effort to pro vide a highly integrated waste diversion infrastructure. With the addition of

Compostit adjacent to the MCS mate rial recovery facility and construction and demolition recycling plants, all municipal and IC&I blue box materials, construction and demolition materials,

wood fibre recovery and organic mate rials (including sewage sludge) may be processed at this location. Compostit, and the indoor windrow composting process it utilizes, was de veloped in an attempt to provide a low capital cost indoor composting facility, equipped with "best available technol ogy" environmental controls and suffi cient throughput capacity to serve the central Ontario marketplace. This fa cility processes 7000 to 10,000 metric tonnes of source-separated organic ma terial (inclusive of bulking agent) per year on a 4.6 acre site. The facility it self is 32,000 square feet in size with 2,000 squai-e feet committed to a public education area, a 10,000 square foot ni trogenous material tipping floor and mixing area, and a 20,000 square foot high-rate composting area. All nitrogenous materials (sewage sludge, manures, food wastes, etc) are received onto a common tip floor, where they are inspected for contaminants and overall material acceptability. Carbona ceous mateiials(including wood wastes.

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wood chips, sawdust, and leaf and yard wastes) are received onto an outdoor

30.5 metre by 45.5 metre storage pad where they are stored until mixing. For processing, both nitrogen and carbon materials are placed into a twin auger paddlewheel mixer and mixed to achieve the appropriate bulk density and carbon to nitrogen ratio. Once the ma terial is mixed, it is discharged along a conveyor belt, and formed into a raw material stockpile ready for composting. Sewage Sludge Composting The raw mixed compostable material is then formed into windrows 200 feet

long by 15 feet wide by 7 feet high; it then undergoes moisture addition and aeration utilizing a Scat"elevating face" type windrow turner. The high-rate composting phase consists of 15 days at 55 degrees Celsius and five turnings. This first phase is completed in 28 days. Following the high-rate phase and at tainment of all Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy specifications, the compost is removed from the active windrow area and placed onto an el evated curing pad where it remains for a minimum of two to three months until

cured. The curing pad is elevated to minimize the amount of runoff which

requires containment within a lined re tention pond. Water collected in the re tention pond is pumped underground into the building for recirculation onto actively composting windrows. Rain water is also collected from the main

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Phosphorous Removal, cont'1 BOD BNR COD DO

Glossary of Terms - Biochemical Oxygen Demand - Biological Nutrient Removal - Chemical Oxygen Demand - Dissolved Oxygen

ORP

- Oxidation Reduction Potential

OUR

- Oxygen Uptake Rate

SRI

- Solids Residence Time

SVI TKN TMLSS

- Sludge Volume Index - Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen - Total Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids - Total Suspended Solids - Volume of Suspended Solids

TSS VSS

tion at comparable SRTs and TMLSS concentrations. This reduction in sludge generation rates is typical of the BNR process due to elimination of chemical sludges as well as utilization of organic matter for denitrification.

Microbiological examination of

sludges from the plant indicated high diversity of microbial populations and much higher concentrations of higher organisms, i.e., protozoa, stalked ciliates, etc. than previously experienced. Conclusions

ess achieved excellent removal of or

ganic matter and nutrients. The process also resulted in marginal improvement of sludge settleability, and achieved a significant reduction in sludge genera tion.

The A20 process full-scale trial at a

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Phosphorous Removal, conr from 87 to 96 percent and averaged 89 percent. Variation of secondary efflu ent nitrates illustrated in Figure 4, indi cates that the A20 process provided ef fluent nitrates concentrations mostly in the range of 3 to 6 mg/L with an aver age of 4 mg/L which is 75 percent less than effluent nitrates when the plant operated in a conventional activated sludge mode. Due to the recovery of alkalinity by denitrification, only a 20 percent reduction in alkalinity to 260 mg/L was observed. Phosphorous removal depicted in Figure 4 indicates that even with the 10/7«b

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total phosphorous averaged at 0.5 mg/ L. It must be asserted that the BNR sys tem was operated for approximately three turnovers of the SRT without fer

ric addition, which is sufficient to flush fluent total and soluble BOD concentra

peratures below 8°C, and despite low

tions drop to <5 and <2 mg/L respec tively. Although raw wastewater TBCN con centrations varied widely from 17.1 to 51.7 mg/L, effluent ammonia concen trations were mostly below 2 mg/L and 4 mg/L respectively, averaging 1.5 and 3.8 mg/L. No loss of nitrification was observed at the facility even with tem

and highly variable aeration tank DOs (0.55 to 5.8 mg/L, average of 1.8 mg/ L). Average effluent ammonia and TKN concentrations for the entire study were 2.7 and 3.8 mg/L respectively. Nitrifi cation, however, deteriorated signifi cantly when excessive foaming occurred during the last week of the study. Denitrification efficiency ranged

out the iron from the system. Phospho rous in the sludges increased to up to 8.7 percent(by wt.) based on VSS. Effluent TSS concentrations after

chlorination varied from 7 to 21 mg/L and averaged 11 mg/L. Generally sec ondary effluent TSS concentrations in creased linearly with solids loadings of up to 90 kg/m- per day, which are well below typical design loadings of 120 to

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By George Nakhia, Andrew Lugowski, and Lisa Kropf* diverted to the head of the anaerobic

tank while mixed liquor from the aera tion tank was recycled to the head ofthe anoxic tank. Continuous on-line moni

toring of DO and ORP in the anaerobic and anoxic tanks and DO in the aera -•» -

tion tanks was carried out. The A20

t

process was operated for six weeks un der varying conditions of influent flow rates, mixed liquor concentrations, recirculation ratios, and SRTs to cor

roborate previously identified process bottlenecks as well as delineate optimum operational conditions. Results

During the study, respirometry work was conducted on the major contributor

which are presented in Figure 1. Fur

figure 1

lodoMriil Wmm(%)

of industrial wastewater, the results of -Specific Gfinvlh Rate

IMPACT OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE ON SPECIFIC GROWTH RATE OF RAS

-RAS Inhlbitkw

thermore, continuous on-line monitor

ing of DO variations in the aeration tanks,illustrated in Figure 2,confirmed

the strong inhibitory effect of the indus trial waste. As apparent from Figures 1 and 2, a strong correlation between the volume fraction of automotive waste

and the inhibition of oxygen uptake was observed. This inhibition is further cor

roborated by oxygen uptake rates which

averaged at 0.28 mg Oj/L-min, corre sponding to a specific OUR of only 0.15 mg/gVSS-min. Furthermore, excessive foaming due to industrial discharges, was observed at the plant during the last week of the study. SVI varied between 53 and 218 ml/g, averaging at 125 ml/g, and was directly proportional to the in

11/4/96 Data

dustrial wastewater flow fraction.

—induatry Flow (ae petcertf of Plant A flow)

Aeration D.O.(mg/L)

figures

Chemical addition of ferric chloride

COMPARISON OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN

to precipitate phosphorous was gradually phased out between days 7 and 24 of the study. During the first week, high flows

IN THE AERATION TANK AND INDUSTRY FLOWS

from the industry and infiltration/inflow were observed. Excessive foaming due to high flow ofindustrial wastewater(up to 25 percent of total influent flow rate) was observed during the last week. Despite operation under strongly in hibiting conditions and highly variable organic loadings, the A20 process achieved excellent removal of organic matter and nutrients. Figure 3illustrates total BOD and COD removal effici

encies which averaged 95 and 91.4 per cent respectively, corresponding to ef fluent concentrations of 10.7 and 24 mg/ L. Average effluent soluble BOD and COD concentrations for the entire study were 6.3 and 22 mg/L respectively.

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However, if data from the last week of

the study when the plant was experienc ing significant foaming problems due to industrial flows is excluded, average efEnvironmental Science & Engineering, January 1998

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figure 3 TOTAL COD AND BOD PRORLES A20 PROCESS

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Phosphorous Removal

Full-scale assessment of a BNR process under strong Inhibitory conditions

Biologicalexcess phosphorous

removal (BEPR) systems have been shown to be a reli

able, effective and cost-effi

cient method for removing both nitro gen and phosphorous from wastewater. Removal is accomplished by combin ing nitrification, denitrification, and en hanced phosphorous uptake. The effect of various operating con ditions on biological phosphorous re moval processes has been studied in detail in the literature {Merseth, 1996). Furthermore,the impact ofenvironmen tal factors, i.e., temperature, pH, dis solved oxygen concentration as well as substrate availability, has been evaluated by Wentzel (1988) and Seldak (1993). Thus, the general principles for the de sign of biological phosphorous removal systems are well developed {Wentzel and Ekama, 1996). There is a definite paucity of infor mation related to the impact of inhibi tion on the performance of BEPR pro cesses, although inhibition of nitrifica tion and denitrification has been well

studied. Nitrifying organisms have been shown to be strongly inhibited by many compounds particularly heavy metals and certain organics {Gady, 1980; Topalova et al., 1995; Nowak and

Secondary clarifiers - Ingersoll Water Pollution Control Plant. The new plant consists of two parallel conventional activated sludge systems sharing common influent works.

moval systems. Results of the full-scale six-week study of the BEPR implemen tation at a wastewater treatment plant in southern Ontario, are presented. Description of the Wastewater Treatment Facility The municipal wastewater treatment plant where the BEPR full-scale study

finishing industries that constitute up to

40 percent of the total flow. All the aforementioned industrial wastes have

been shown to exhibit a strong inhibi tion effect on the biological system {Entoxican, 1991). Furthermore, the

plant treats about 45 mVd of landfill

Svardal, 1993).

treatment schemes that share common

Chiesa et al. (1987)investigated the effects of short-term exposure of bio logical phosphorous removal systems to

influent works consisting of bar screens, pumping station, comminution, and grit removal. Both treatment schemes are

leachate that is not only highly variable in strength and characteristics, with TKN and COD concentrations of up to 1080 and 13500 mg/L,respectively, but also inhibitory at concentrations above 5 percent by volume. Historically the plant experienced

cyanide, copper, and phenol, and con-

typical activated sludge systems with

frequent upsets,some of which resulted

was conducted is located in southern

Ontario and consists of two parallel

in extensive solids washouts and dras

Historically the plant experienced frequent upsets, some of which resulted in extensive solids washouts.

tic deterioration in effluent quality, thus

prompting investigation of plant per formance from an hydraulic and proc ess point of view. Tracer studies indi cated significant short-circuiting in the secondary clarifiers, and secondary ef

eluded that the total orthophosphates up take inhibition for even a day could cause effluent phosphorous concentra tions to be much greater than the influ ent, thus implying that inhibition must be eliminated early in the treatment process to preclude lengthy exposure. In the previous study, cyanide and copper at concentrations of 11 to 15 mg/L ap peared to inhibit phosphorous uptake much more than phenol. This article addresses the impact of various inhibitory industrial wastes and leachates on biological phosphorous re-

primary treatment, with design capaci ties of 3410 mVd and 6820 mVday. The smaller(old)plant, an extended aeration activated sludge system with a design aeration time of approximately 10 hours at the average design flow of 3410 mV day, was designed in 1947, while the second(new)plant, which is a high rate activated sludge system that provides an aeration time of approximately five hours, was completed in 1974.

*Conestoga-Rovers & Associates,

industrial wastes from automotive in

vert them into anaerobic and anoxic re

Waterloo, ON

dustries, packaging industries, and metal

actors and return activated sludge was

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Characterization of the raw waste-

water indicated that about 15 to 20 per cent of total BOD at 210 mg/L was solu ble. The treatment facility processes

fluent TSS concentrations at the new

plant were about 30 to 35 mg/L. Proc ess modelling also indicated potential limitation of the mechanical aeration

system at the new plant. In order to improve sludge settleability, enhance nutrient removal, and mitigate inhibition effects, the new plant was retrofitted to an A20 process, which comprises anaerobic, anoxic, and aero bic processes. Mixing equipment was installed in the primary clarifiers to con

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 1998


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The fiberglass Stormceptor is designed for emplacements where there is a po tential for oil and chemical spills, and where they accumulate in substantial volume between clean ups. Being chemi cally inert, light weight and easy to in stall, the fiberglass Stormceptor is par ticularly suitable for industrial properties, fuel tank farms, automotive service sta

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The Ultrapulsator® Flocculator-Clarifier is a very high-rate clarifier which com bines the advantages of a highly concen trated and homogeneous sludge blanket and internal sludge recirculation with polishing action of tube settling modules.

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Western Waste Mgmt. York Fiuid Controls

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Robert Glover & Assoc. RTS/CanbarTanks & Barrels

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Hy-Grade Precast Concrete

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Justrlte Mfg.

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Fluorosense

Nortech Control Equip.

Culligan Northworks Dagex

Westech Eng.

Env. Remediation Equip.

Geostructure Instruments

C&M Environmental Tech.

WES Inc.

Can-Am Instruments

Geneq

Praxair ProMlnent Fluid Controls

PACKAGE WATER

f. ductile iron

g. stainless steel Royal Pipe ALTECH Tech. Systems Tadco - e Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services & Tech. Victaulic -a,b,c,d,f,g Aquatex

TREATMENT SYSTEMS

ATP Canada

PIPE REHABILITATION

BB Environmental

insituform Tech.

PNEUMATIC LIFT STATIONS

Aqua Technical Sales H2Fiow Equipment

chopper deep well dewatering diaphragm gravimetric grinder

ProMlnent Fluid Cntrl.

d,h,i,o,p,q,u,cc

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 1998


Products & Services val Equipment - b,q

Scarborough Supply

is Controls - c irsified Remediation

Metcon Sales and Eng. Sanitherm Engineering

Soimax International - b

LOCATORS (piping, etc.) Geophysics GPR Int'l.

Smith & Loveless

Sybron Chemicals - d

Heath Consultants

ntrols - q

USE Watergroup

Terratec Environmental - e

nentai Controls - i

IRON REMOVAL

Waterloo Biofilter Sys. - d Western Waste Mgmt. - d

LUBRICANTS Cartier Chemicals

Plastics Canada - a,b Peek Measurement - b,k ProMlnent Fluid Cntri. -a,b Power Plant Supply - e,f,k ProViro Inst. - a,b ProMlnent Fluid QED Env. Systems - a,b Controls - b,e,f Service Filtration - a,b ProViro Inst. - b,e,f,j Summa - a,b RNG Controls -

g Bailey - c,d,p,q Remediation Equip.

PLANTS

LEAK DETECTION

Greenland Corp. Utility Service

Zellweger Analytics - a,b

a. devices

York Fluid Controls

-Pro - c,u

Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services & Tech. 5 Environmental - c Aquatex ig Industries - d 3 Instruments - c,l,m,s Culiigan Northworks Degremont Infiico istTech. Sys. - h,u Int'l. Water Supply don Canada - c,o,u John Meunler eq - a,c,d,g,tr,i,n,r,u Metcon Sales and Eng. physics GPR Int'l - g Sanitherm Engineering structure Inst. Smith & Loveless l.g,hJ,o,s,u International - c,u

US Filter

rai Water -

USF Watergroup

,g,h,i,m,n,u h - c,g,u th Consultants - l,m,s

IRON REMOVAL

kin Scientific -

l,e,f,g,h,u -V

istrial Sci. - b,l,m,s gra Env. - a,b,c,d . Water Supply - g

i-l

Great Lakes Env.

Int'l. Water Supply IWR Technologies Metcon Sales and Eng. Sanitherm Engineering Smith & Loveless US Filter

i,n,p,q,r,t,u

USF Watergroup

street - f,g lotte Co. - c,u

LABORATORIES

kland Specialty - o sh Inst. - b,l,m,q aloglcTech. i,c,g,k,q,r,u con Sales and Eng. ,j,k,n,o,q,u

(analytical) ALARA industrial Hygiene BOC Gases GAP Envlromlcrobiai Labcor Laidiaw Env. Services Team-1 Env. Services LABORATORY SUPPLIES

Aquatic Life Dynavent Industries

)r-q

Folio instruments

< Measurement

Geneq

tics Canada - q 'er Plant Supply - n

Hach

Vllnent Fluid

ntrols - c,q,r /Iro Inst. - b,c,q,s,u I Env. Systems - c,g,l S Controls -

',c,i,q,r,u )rk Controls - q

sors & Software - f

nst Canada -g ' Control Sys. -

Justrite Mfg. Labcor Labstreet LaMotte Co. Mandei Scientific

Miliipore MJ international

Nasco Plastics Praxair Canada

Scott Specialty Gases Sybron Chemicals Systems Pius VWR Scientific

l.l.m.r

tma - a,b,c,m,o,q,u fechnologies - o,q

inficon - a Labcor- a

Praxair - a,b

Scott Specialty Gases - a Troy-Ontor- a,b Veeder-Root - a,b Westech - a

LANDFILL a. closure

Brian Controls

Can-Am Instruments

Cancoppas CD Nova Diversified Remediation

KWH Pipe Scarborough Supply Sealcon Liner Systems Waterloo Concrete Victor Bernard and Sons

ACCESSORIES

Cdn. Safety Equipment Cretex Specialty Products Imbibitive Technologies Jim Bartiey and Assoc. MSU MIssissauga

air velocity conductivity lyslmeters reading systems recording remote reading

g. sewage gas

h. sludge density i. smoke density j. suspended solids k. water consumption i. zeta potential m. open channel ABB Water Meters - d,f,k

MARKLAND SPECIALTY ENGINEERING LTD.

NOttawa Iron Works

Samson Valve & Meter

Brian Controls - a,b,e,f

Peacock

C&M Environmental Tech. CAE Instrument Rental - a

RNG Controls

Sanitherm Engineering Scarborough Supply Sealcon Liner Systems SRP Control Systems

SRP Control Systems

Waterloo Concrete

Can-Am instruments - b,j Cancoppas - a,b,g,h,I,j,k Capital Controls - b

Troy-Ontor

MANHOLE SEPARATORS

CD Nova - i Davis Controls - a

Victor Bernard and Sons York Fluid Controls

HIL Technology Hydro-Logic Env.

Elsag Bailey - b,e,i Env. Remediation Equip.

LIME SLAKERS GL&V Ontario

MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS a. ORP

Plastics Canada

Pumps & Systems

Summa

Esko Environmental - b,h

H2FI0W Equipment Metcon Sales and Eng. Pro Aqua Engineering

irofessionai liability d MacGregor - a rrlty Insurance - a,b

Schiumberger - a.b,k

Interon

Sensus-d,e,f

ISCS Labcor

Service Filtration - b Soilnst Canada - b

SRP Control Systems-k Summa - a,b,e,f,g,b,j,k Terminal City iron TN Technologies - b VWR Scientific - a,b,e Wilier Eng. - a,e,h,l,j Young Env. Sys. - e,f Zellweger Analytics - h,j

Mliltronics Novatech Controls Qntor Peacock Peek Measurement ProMlnent Fluid Controls ProViro Instrumentation

SRP Control Systems Young Environmental Sys.

MIXERS/AGITATORS

NOISE ABATEMENT

SYSTEMS

Envirocan

ALTECH Tech. Systems ATCQ Noise Management Comenco Systems

Firing Industries

Eckel Industries

Frontenac

GEA Process Technology Indachem

ITT Flygt KSB Pumps Labcor

Maxon Industries

Metcon Sales and Eng. Omega Pumping Sol.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY a. Information

b. products ALARA Industrial Hygiene Svcs. - a Cdn. Centre for

QH&S-a,b Cdn. Enviro-Courses - a

Cdn. Safety Equipment - b

Statlfio VWR Scientific Yanosbita Environmental

Cartier Chemicals - b CD Nova - b Certa Inc. - a Dailmar Instruments - b

MIXING EDUCTORS

Dur-Pro - a,b Eckel Industries - a,b

BEX Engineering Ltd.

Fred Cressman Sales - b C&M Environmental Tech. Geneq-b

Croli-Reynolds Clean Air Eimridge Engineering IWR Technologies Metcon Sales and Eng. Service Filtration

Heath Consultants - a,b Industrial Scientific - a,b

Kappier Protective Apparel - b Labcor - a,b MJ International - a,b

MOLECULAR SIEVES

Nortech Control Equip. - b

Air Liquide Canada

Praxair Canada - b

Mandei Scientific

VWR Scientific - a,b

Scott Specialty Gases VWR Scientific

ODOUR CONTROL AC Carbone

MONITORING WELL SUPPLIES

Air Liquide Canada ALTECH Tech. Systems AP Technologies Aquatex

Folio instruments - b

Boart Longyear Davidson Env.

b. pH American Sigma - a,b

Fryston Canada - b,h,j Geneq - a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,l,j Geophysics GPR Int'l - b Geostructure Inst. - b,h,i

BEP Bestobeli - a,b

GLI International - b

Brian Controls - a,b Cancoppas-a,b Elsag Bailey - a,b Esko Environmental - a,b

Metcon Sales and Eng.

ABS Pumps Capital Controls Eimridge Engineering

Air Liquide Canada - a Amko Systems - a,I Peacock BEP Bestobeli - a,b,f,h,i,|,k Plastics Canada Pumps & Systems

Mliltronics

invironmental

Env. Remediation Equip. Geneq

C&M Environmental Tech.

Calgon Carbon

Global Water - a,b,d,e,f

Geostructure Instruments Capital Controls Cartier Chemicals Global Water Cellcote Canada Hoskin Scientific

Hach - b

Int'l. Water Supply

Heath Consultants - g,k

Keck Instruments

Hoskin Scientific - b,c

Labcor

Nortech Control Equip. QED Env. Systems Wiiron Equipment

CMS Group Comenco Systems Degremont Infiico

LINERS

Folio instruments - b

Columbia Geosystems Fred Cressman Sales

Fryston Canada - b Geneq - a.b

Davidson Env. - a,b,c,d,e

Frontenac

Geostructure inst. - a,b

Industrial Scientific - g John Meunler - e,i Labcor - a,b,d,e,f,b,i LaMotte Co. - b,j

Ecolo Odor Control - d Filter innovations - d

Insltuform Technologies KWH Pipe Metcon Sales and Eng. Nemato Composites

GLi International - a,b

LIsle-Metrix - b

MONITORS

Hach-a,b indachem - a,b

Markland Specialty Eng.-h,j Metaiogic Tech. - a,b,e,f

AIM Safety USA Anaiygas Systems Barnett Engineering

Oshawa Glass Fibre Prod. Plastics Canada Pol-E-Mar

John Meunler - a,b Labcor - a,b Mandei Scientific - a,b

Metcon Sales and

Brian Controls CAE instrument Rental Can-Am Instruments

RAM Lining Systems Scarborough Supply Sealcon Liner Systems

Metcon Sales & Eng. - a,b Nortech Control - a,b

Nortech Control Equip. b,g,b,i

Cancoppas

M. LeBianc & Associates

Dur-Pro

Nottawa Iron Works - a,b

Nottawa Iron Works - b

Soimax international

Novatech Controls - a,b

Stan Mech Agencies

Peacock - a,b

Novatech Controls - b Peacock - i

Elsag Bailey Env. Remediation Equip. Firing Industries

MEGTEC Systems Metcon Sales and Eng. Midwest Blo-Systems

General Env. Group -

gan Northworks

MANHOLES

Global Water Hach

METERS

a. b. c. d. e. f.

Millennium Control

Yanosbita Environmental

EXCHANGE

USF Watergroup

Geneq

Heath Consultants Hoskin Scientific a,b,e,f,g,h,l,j' Indachem Samson Valve & Meter - k Industrial Scientific

Works - k

METER TESTING EQUIP. Labcor Samson Valve & Meter Summa

Tel: (416) 244-1980 Fax:(416) 244-2287

iWR Technologies

e. operations Air Liquide Canada - c,d,e Aqua Technical Sales - d CMS Group - d Culiigan Northworks - d

TEMS j Technical Sales arius Services & Tech.

Smith & Loveless US Filter

Sterling Power Systems

Metaiogic Technologies Metcon Sales and Eng.

Greyilne instruments

Westech Eng.

JRANCE

Frontenac SEW-Eurodrive

Labcor

GLI International

d. leacbate treatment

erEng.-a,d,o,q,s,u ng Env. Sys. - b,q veger Analytics - c,o,u

Air Liquide Canada Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services & Tech. Aquatex Culiigan Northworks Degremont Infiico int'l. Water Supply Metcon Sales and Eng. Sanitherm Engineering

SUSPENDED SOLIDS METERS • Automatic Self-Calibrating • No optics to foul • Ultrasonic seif-cleaning • Inline Pipe •Throw-In Probe

c. gas compressors

dScl.-a,c,d,n,r,u tech - c,u

Bonfiglioli North America

Elsag Bailey

Smith & Loveless Wallace & Tiernan

b. construction

SYSTEMS

MANHOLE

LEVEL CONTROLS

interon

:ech Control Equip. l,f,g,l,o,s,u atecb - c,g,q,s,u

(air Canada - b

Heath Consultants - a,b

BEP Bestobeli

ironies - n

(air - b

Boyer & Associates - a Capital Controls - a Geneq - a

Air LIquide Canada Metcon Sales and Eng. - a Aqua Technical Sales Novatech Controls Aquarius Services & Tech. Ontor - a Degremont infiico Plastics Canada - a,b

3-p,q,s n Meunler - c,i,u k instruments - g,l cor-a,b,c,e,g,b,

;-Metrlx - c,u

BEP Bestobeli - a

industrial Scientific-a SYSTEMS

MANGANESE REMOVAL

MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION EOUIP.

b. services

Acme Eng. Prod. - a AIM Safety USA-a Anaiygas Systems - a Barnett Engineering - a

VWR Scientific - b

Folio instruments

a,b,d,e Heath Consultants - e imbibitive Tech. - d

IWR Technologies - d KWH Pipe

'emont Infiico

Laidiaw Env. Services - d

lyne jra Environmental Technologies

Pencon Equipment - c QED Env. Systems - d RAM Lining Systems - b,d

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 1998

isco - b

Eng. - b,e,h,i,i Mliltronics - m

Diversified Remediation Durr Environmental

Ecolo Odor Control

Env. Remediation Equip. Fabricated Riastics Frontenac

Fryston Canada H2FI0W Equipment Hobbs Miller Maat Indachem

Int'l. Water Supply

Monsanto Envlro-Chem

71


Products & Services Acme Engineering Prod. Air Liquide Canada

Peacock

Anthrafilter

Smith & Loveless

Pro Aqua Engineering

Cancoppas Carbon & Filtration Prod.

CMS Group Cuiilgan Northworks Dagex Degremont inflico Dur-Pro

Eco Process & Equip. Eimco Process Equip. Filter Innovations GL&V Ontario Great Lakes Env.

FI2Fiow Equipment Flydro-Logic Env. Integra Environmental Int'l, Water Supply IWR Technologies

GASES a. calibration

Westech Eng. Yanoshlta Environmental

Schiumberger Scott Specialty Gases

b. compressed c. EPA protocol d. specialty Air Liquide Canada - a,c,d

FLODRING

Service Filtration

Praxair - b

Nemato Composites

SRP Control Systems

Stonhard

Summa

Praxair Canada - a,c,d Scott Specialty Gases - d

FLOTATION SYSTEMS

TN Technologies Troy-Ontor

GATES (shear, sluice, etc.)

Global Water Labcor RNG Controls

Aqua Tectinicai Sales US Filter Aquarius Services & Tech. Yanoshlta Environmental BB Environmental C&M Environmental Tech.

Praxair Canada ProViro Instrumentation RNG Controls Samson Valve & Meter

Aqua Technical Sales Victor Bernard and Sons Aquarius Services & Tech. VWR Scientific Deep Shaft Technology Wallace & Tlernan Degremont Infiico Westech Dur-Pro

Env. Remediation Equip.

Poi-E-Mar

ConTech-a,b,c,d,e,f

Diversified Remedlatior

Croil-Reynolds Clean

Eco Logic

Armtec

Convai Equipment

York Fluid Controls

Frontenac

ALTECH Tech. Systems Aquatic Life Briggs Environmental

Nortech Control Equip. Power Plant Supply

Can-Am instruments

Samson Valve & Meter

Capital Controls

Sanltherm Engineering Troy-Ontor

Davidson Env.

Diversified Remediation

Larox M. LeBlanc & Associates Mandel Scientific

Frontenac

Convai Equipment

Sanltherm Engineering

Geneq

Davis Controls

Smith & Loveless SRS Crisafulli

Geostructure instruments Global Water

Geneq

int'l. Water Supply

Global Water Inficon

Labcor

Metcon Sales and Eng. Monsanto Enviro-Chem Parkson Peacock Plastics Canada

Barrels

Yanoshlta Environmental

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

FLOW METER CALIBRATION ABB Water Meters C&M Environmental Tech. Dalimar instruments

QED Env. Systems RMS Enviro Solv

Power Plant Supply Pro Aqua Engineering

Sanltherm Engineering Sensus Smith & Loveless

John Meunler LIsie-Metrix

Int'l. Water Supply

Mllltronics

Labcor

Nortech Control Equip.

Laldiaw Env. Services -

Metaiogic Technologies Metcon Sales and Eng.

Metaiogic Technologies Metcon Sales and Eng.

QED Env. Systems

Metaiogic Technologies

Novatech Controls

a. air velocity

Elsag Baliey

ProViro instrumentation

Praxair Canada

WES inc.

Global Water Heath Consultants

Seaicon Liner Systems

Wiiron Equipment

Nochar Canada - f

c. dissolved oxygen

Summa

RNG Controls Samson Valve & Meter

Octagon Environmental -f

Labcor

TN Technologies

Scott Specialty Gases

GROUNDWATER

Oshawa Glass Fibre

monitors d. dust indicators

Victor Bernard and Sons Westech

REMEDIATION/

GAS DETECTION

FLOW METERS

York Fluid Controls

ABB Water Meters

Monitarlo Tech. Services

SRP Control Systems

American Sigma FIRE HYDRANTS

BEP Bestobeil

Air Liquids Canada

Brian Controls C&M Environmental Tech. Can-Am Instruments

Terminal City Iron Works

Cancoppas

Victor Bernard and Sons

CD Nova Chemline Plastics

Convai Equipment

Ackiands-Gralnger Acme Engineering Prod. AIM Safety USA Air Liquide Canada Amko Systems Anaiygas Systems Biomation

BOC Gases

Boyer & Associates Brian Controls CAE Instrument Rental

Cdn. Safety Equipment Can-Am instruments

Cancoppas Capital Controls CD Nova Ghiorinators Inc.

Abanaki

Proeco - a,b,c,d,e,f

GENERATORS - electrical

AC Carbone

Air Liquide Canada ITT Fiygt

Air Liquide Canada ALTECH Tech. Systems Aquatic Life

ProMlnent Fluid Controls - f

GEDSCIENCE

a. modeling

ATP Canada Baker Tanks

b. software

Brown Bear

Caribou Systems - b Geophysics GPR int'l - a,b Geo-Siope - a,b Int'l. Water Supply - a Lynx Geosystems - a,b

Davidson Env. Diversified Remediation

Elmridge Engineering Enco-Tec Env.

Env. Remediation Equip.

Rockware - a,b

Filter Innovations

GEOTEXTILES Armtec Atlantic industries

Geostructure Instruments Global Water Great Lakes Env.

General Env. Group

Davis Controls

Eisag Baliey

Env. Remediation Equip.

Fred Cressman Sales

Hobbs Miller Maat

MJ International

Columbia Geosystems

H2Fiow Equipment

Esko Environmental

Folio instruments

Geneq Geophysics GPR int'l.

Geneq

North American Green

Hydro Dynamics IWR Technologies

RAM Lining Systems

Keck Instruments

Geostructure Instruments

Geostructure instruments Heath Consultants

Heath Consultants

Industrial Scientific

GLi International Global Water

Integra Environmental

GRIT CDLLECTIDN

Sanexen Environmental

ISCS

GO Environmental

ISCS

Greyilne Instruments

Labcor

Aqua Technical Sales Aquablast

Westech

Heath Consultants

Wiiron Equipment

I SCO

John Meunler

Metaiogic Technologies Metcon Sales and Eng. Nortech Control Equip.

Labcor

Novatech Controls

Envirocan

Monitarlo Tech. Services

Nortech Control Equip. Nottawa iron Works Peek Measurement Plastics Canada

Power Plant Supply Praxair

QED Env. Systems -1 RAM Lining Systems - d Remediation Resources - f

Restoration Env. -

a,b,c,d,e,f RTS/Canbar Tanks &

Barrels - d,e

Scarborough Supply Terratec Env. - a,b,c Torbo Systems a,b,c,d,e,t

e. dynamometers f. geotechnlcal g. groundwater monitoring h. meteorological i. mobile lab equip, j. particle generators k. pilot tubes 1.

rental

m. repair

n. scales

0. sludge blanket level control

p. smoke Indicators & alarms

q. systems & control r. thermometers

s. toxicity monitors t. tube settlers

Toronto Hydro - b,c,f

u. turbidimeters

US Fliter/JWi -1

V. particle counters/

Western Waste Mgmt. b,f

monitors

Ackiands-Gralnger - b.

Advanced Pollution Int

Maxon Industries

A-1 Alrtek

QED Env. Systems

Smith & Loveless

Aquablast Comenco Systems Croli-Reynolds Clean Air Ecodyne

Waterloo Barrier WES inc.

Monsanto Enviro-Chem

BEP Bestobeil -

C&M Environmental Tech.

Plastics Canada

Degremont Inflico

Wiiron Equipment

Pro Aqua Engineering

a,b,c,d,k,m,o,q,r,u Boart Longyear-f

Service Filtration

BOC Gases

Solmax International

Barnes Environmental

Sanltherm Engineering

Praxair

FMC of Canada

HAZARDOUS WASTE

ProViro Instrumentation

GL&V Ontario

a. collection

RNG Controls

Grande, Novae & Assoc.

b. disposal

Scott Specialty Gases

c. management

Team-1 Env. Services Wallace & Tlernan

H2Fiow Equipment HiL Technology Hydro-Logic Env. Lakeside Equipment PJ Hannah Equip. Sales

Westech

Plastics Canada

Servomex

Provincial Partitions - d

b. calibration

Air Liquide Cda. - a,b,c American Sigma - c Amko Systems - a,d,m Anaiygas Systems - e,i Aquatic Life - g,i,u Arthur Technology-s

Industrial Scientific

Summa

Products - d,e Plasma Environmental - f

Dur-Pro

Lisie-Metrix Air Liquide Canada Aqua Technical Sales Mandel Scientific Aquarius Services & Tech. Metaiogic Technologies Degremont inflico Metcon Sales and Eng. Eimco Process Equip. Mllltronics

c,f

EQUIPMENT

Ackiands-Gralnger Air Liquide Canada Cancoppas Dynavent Industries

70

Maxon Industries - f INSTRUMENTATION

Westech Eng.

Metcon Sales and Eng. Omega Pumping Sol.

a,b,c,d,e,f

Praxair Canada

Metcon Sales and Eng. - f

Summa

John Meunler

Concrete - d

Cartler Chemicals Ecolo Odor Control Hach industrial Scientific

Monsanto Enviro-Chem -

Victor Bernard and Sons VWR Scientific WES Inc.

ITT Fiygt

Hy-Grade Precast

Capital Controls

Soiinst Canada

USF Watergroup Utility Service

FMC of Canada Frontenac Indachem

Aquatic Life CAE Instrument Rental Cdn. Centre for OH&S

SRP Control Systems

RNG Controls Sensus

FLOCCULATORS/MIXERS

PRDDUCTS

Mllltronics

Praxair Canada

Power Plant Supply

a,b,c,d,e,t

Imbibitlve Technologies - f Justrite Mfg. - a,b,c,d,e King Metal Fabricators - d KWH Pipe

Greyilne instruments

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENi

Plastics Canada

US Filter US Fliter/CPC

DETECTION SYSTEMS 3M Canada

Frontenac-f

Pro Aqua Engineering

Monitarlo Tech. Services

Metaiogic Technologies Metcon Sales and Eng.

FIRE PROTECTION &

Fred Cressman Sales - d

Monsanto Enviro-Chen Pol-E-Mar

Nortech Control Equip.

Troy-Ontor

Mueller Canada Samson Valve & Meter

Firing industries - f Fluorescent Lamp Recyciers - a,b,c,f

IWR Technologies

Scott Specialty Gases Wilier Engineering

RTS/Ganbar Tanks &

Brian Controls

Filter innovations - f

Elsag Bailey GL&V Ontario

Infegra Environmental Kappler Protective App Nortech Control Equip.

KraemerTool & Mfg.

Fabricated Plastics

Enco-Tec Env. - a,b,c

Eco Waste Solutions

Greatarlo - d Hobbs Miller Maat -f

Geostructure Instruments Global Water Hach Hoskln Scientific

Air Liquide Canada

Air Tech. - a,f

Dupont Canada - g Dynavent Industries - d,e Eco Logic - f

Comenco Systems Croli-Reynolds Clean A Degremont Inflico

Env. Remediation Equip. Geophysics GPR Int'l.

John Meunler

Eisag Baliey

Cartler Chemicals -f

General Env. Group -

Power Plant Supply Pro Aqua Engineering

GAUGES

Bennett Environmental

Geophysics GPR Int'l

Wilier Engineering

BEP Bestobeil C&M Environmental Tech. Can-Am instruments

a,b,c,d,e,f

Aqua Technical Sales

Certa Inc. - a,c

MONITORING

FLUMES

ASTEC

Chemical Safety - c

GRDUNDWATER

American Sigma

Brown Bear-f Cancrete Env. Solutions -

INCINERATOR

Geonlcs

Atlantic industries

Great Lakes Env.

SYSTEMS/EQUIPMENT

Aquatic Life Geneq

BNW Valve

Frontenac

H2Fiow Equipment Hydro-Logic Env. Omega Pumping Sol.

GROUND CONDUCTIVITY METERS

Bovar Waste Mgmt. - b Boyer & Associates - d

Wilier Engineering Pro Aqua Engineering Young Environmental Sys. Sanltherm Engineering Zeiiweger Analytics Smith & Loveless

HEAT EXCHANGERS

Victor Bernard and Sons

Westech Eng.

Boyer & Associates - s Brian Controls -

a,b,k,m,r,s C&M Env.Tech. - l,m

d. storage e. transfer facility

HOSES

CAE instrument Rental

Indachem

f. treatment

J. Stewart Murray Agency

- a,b,d,h,i,m,s Can-Am inst. - a,c,i,o,i

g. protective apparel Ackiands-Gralnger - d ALTECH Tech. Systems - f Aquablast - a

Labcor

Barnes Environmental

Plastics Canada Poi-E-Mar

Cancoppasa,c,l,m,o,p,q,s,u Capital Controls - c,g,r

RMS Enviro Solv

CD Nova - d,h,m

Victor Bernard and Sons

Chiorlnators Inc. - q,r

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Products & Services

la Technical Sales larlus Services & Tech.

ProMlnent Fluid Ctrl. - h ProViro Inst. - c

QED Env. Systems - e RNG Controls - a,b,d,f Samson Valve & Meter -

ntenac

RNG Controls - a,b,c,d

rstructure instruments

Rockware - d,e

nde, Novae & Assoc.

Veeder-Root - d VertlcalNet - e

ith Consultants

Technology Iro-Logic Env.

3

in Meunier

tech Control Equip. ver Plant Supply

CQNTAINER SERVICES Baker Tanks Proeco RTS/Canbar Tanks & Barrels

1 Valve Co.

iltherm Engineering Systems Technology

tor Bernard and Sons oshlta Environmental

CONTRACTING

Air LIqulde Canada Boart Longyear Davidson Env.

Enco-Tec Env.

VIMINUTORS/

INDERS Vi Environmental Tech. irocan

General Env. Group Int'i. Water Supply Kenaidan Contracting

" industries

Proeco Restoration Env. Terratec Environmental

low Equipment

Torho Systems

tg Industries

cock

a,b

Scott Specialty Gases -

COVERS/ENCLOSURES

DECOMMISSIONING

(digester, etc.)

ALTECFI Tech. Systems Aquahlast Briggs Environmental

Alstor Canada

Aqua Technical Sales Columbia Geosystems

Sensus- a Service Filtration -

a,b,c,e,f

Nemato Composites

General Env. Group Int'i. Water Supply

SRP Control Sys. - a,b,d,f Sterling Power Sys. - c Summa - a,b,c,d,e,f TN Technologies - a,b Troy-Ontor - a,b Wilier Eng. - a,b,d,f Wilron Equipment - a,e

Westech Yanoshita Environmental

Restoration Env. Sanexen Environmental

York Fluid Controls -

a,b,c,d,e

Torho Systems a. polyethylene b. precast reinforced concrete

c. steel fabricated

Armtec - c Atlantic Industries - c

ABS Pumps Amko Systems

Big '0' - a KWH Pipe Scarborough Supply

Ariat Env.

Victor Bernard and

CONTROL PANELS

Can-Am Instruments

Cancoppas

Sons - a,h,c Waterloo Concrete - h

Diversified Remediation Frontenac

CUSTOM METAL FABRICATING

VIMUNICATIDNS

c. motor

ISCS

Comenco Systems

equipment nett Engineering - a 1. Safety Equipment - a

d. pressure

IWR Technologies

Frontenac

e. pump

John Meunier

GL&V Ontario

f. temperature ABS Pumps-e Ackiands-Grainger - a,h Amko Systems BEP Bestoheli - a,h,d,f

Metaiogic Technologies Metcon Sales and Eng.

King Metal Fabricators Leon-Ram Enterprises MSU Misslssauga

ersified Remediation or - a

Env. Remediation Equip.

Millennium Control Nottawa Iron Works Novatech Controls

Nottawa iron Works

BOC Gases

Power Plant Supply

DATA

Brian Controls - a,h,d,f

toon Sales and Eng.

C&MEnv. Tech.-a Canadian Worcester

ProMlnent Fluid Controls ProViro Instrumentation RNG Controls

VIPOSTING

Controls - a,d,f Can-Am Inst.-a,b,f Cancoppas-a,b,c,d,e,f CD Nova - a,b Conval Equipment

a. acquisition b. analysis c. loggers ABB Water Meters - a,c ACR Systems - c Air Liquids Canada

'0' wn Bear

WS Corporation L Technologies 'west Blo-Systems Aqua Engineering

iron Chemicals atec Environmental Fiiter/CPC

jraction

l/IPUTERS & JTROL SYSTEMS hardware

programmable

pontroilers SCADA software web sites

Liquids Canada prican Sigma - d n Controls-a,h,c,d coppas - a,c,d bou Systems - d Nova - c

mar inst. - a,h,c,d is Controls - h,c,d irsified Remediation i

Dalimar Instruments - d

Wilier Engineering Wliron Equipment

Heath Cons. - a,b,c,d

HIL Technology-a interon - h

ITT Flygt - a,h,e John Meunier - a,h,d,f Labcor-a,h,c,d,e,f Lisie-Metrix - a,b Mandei Scientific - a

Metaiogic Tech. - a,h,d,f Metcon Sales and Eng. a,h,d,f a,h,c,d,e

Nottawa Iron Works - h

Ontor-c,f

structure inst. - c

Peacock - a,h,c,d,e,f

jnware Env. Sys. - d

Plastics Canada -

lex Tech.-d 5S Environmental - d

Power Plant Supply-

a,h,c,d,e,f a,h,d,e

idel Scientific - a,d

Praxair Canada - a,d

pnnium Control -

i,c,d,e

ProMlnent Fluid Ctrl. - e ProViro Inst.

3r-a,b,c,d

Pumps & Systems - a,d,e

Yanoshita Environmental

COOLING TOWERS/ CONDENSERS

Aquahlast Ecodyne Esko Environmental Nottawa iron Works Victor Bernard and Sons CORROSION PREVENTION

Air Liquids Canada

Derrick

Deep Shaft Technology Int'i. Water Supply Sonic Soli Sampling

Dynavent Industries IVVR Technologies Kraemer Tool & Mfg.

Eco Process & Equip. Elmco Process Equip. Envirocan

Fluldyne

DRUM COMPACTORS Poi-E-Mar

FMC of Canada Frontenac GL&V Ontario

EDUCTORS

NIL Technology Flydro-Logic Env.

Amko Systems BEX Engineering Ltd.

John Meunier

Ceilcote Canada

Lakeside Equipment PJ Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua Engineering Sanltherm Engineering

Croil-Reynolds Clean Air Elmridge Engineering Metcon Sales and Eng.

Smith & Loveless Yanoshita Environmental DEHUMIDIFIERS Victor Bernard and Sons DEMINERALIZERS

Aqua Technical Sales Culiigan Northworks Degremont Infiico

RMS Enviro Soiv EJECTORS a. sewage

Can-Am Instruments - h

Fieath Consultants - a,b,c

ProViro Inst. - a,h Raco - a,b

Wilron Equipment - a ELECTRIC MOTORS

Bonfiglioli North America int'i. Water Supply

Air Liquids Canada ALTECH Tech. Systems Barnes Environmental BB Environmental Bennett Environmental

Briggs Environmental Cancrete Env. Solutions Certa inc. Davidson Env.

Labcor-a,b,c

Air Liquids Canada Aqua Technical Sales

Filter Innovations Fiuor Daniel GTI Canada

C&M Environmental Tech.

General Env Group Geophysics GPR Int'i

RNG Controls - a Sensus- a Sollnst Canada - c

Cancoppas Culiigan Northworks Degremont infiico Elsag Bailey

Heath Consultants MJ international North American Green

Frontenac

Octagon Environmental

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

Proeco

Environmental Indachem

Integra Environmental int'i. Water Supply Metcon Sales and Eng. Pro Aqua Engineering

Remediation Resources Restoration Env

Sanexen Environmental Sensors & Software

Chlorinators inc.

Safe Wafer Solutions

Sick Building Solutions Spill Management Syhron Chemicals Torho Systems

Culiigan Northworks Eisag Baliey

Sanltherm Engineering

WES inc.

Smith & Loveless Summa

EROSION CONTROL

Cancoppas Capital Controls

indachem

Metcon Sales and Eng. Smith & Loveless Summa

USE Watergroup

Indachem Labcor

Metcon Sales and Eng. Peacock Plastics Canada

Pro Aqua Engineering

3M Canada

DISINFECTION EQUIP.

Metaiogic Tech. - a Nortech Control - a,c Ontor - a,b,c ProViro Inst. - a,b,c

Cancoppas Capital Controls Degremont Infiico Elmridge Engineering Firing Industries H2FI0W Equipment

RMS Enviro Soiv - a Smith & Loveless - a

John Meunier - a,b,c Mandel Scientific - a

FEEDERS (chemical) C&M Environmental Tech.

Summa Wallace & TIernan Yanoshita Environmental

Summa-a,h

Supply - a,b,c

Oshawa Glass Fibre Prod. Victor Bernard and Sons

Aqua Technical Sales Croil-Reynolds Clean Air Elmridge Engineering Metcon Sales and Eng. Pumps & Systems - a

Dur-Pro

Novatech Controls

DECHLORINATORS

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 1998

Davidson Env

Global Water - c

int'i. Water Supply interprovinclal Corrosion

Stonhard Victor Bernard and Sons

Diversified Remediation

Degremont Inflico

Geostructure Inst. - a,b,c

SRP Control Sys. - a,c Wilier Engineering-a Young Env.Sys. - a,b,c

Seaicon Liner Systems

Comenco Systems

Boart Longyear

Cancoppas - a,b,c Metcon Sales & Eng. - a,h

Cartier Chemicals Denso North America Fabricated Plastics Fieath Consultants

Ontor Oshawa Glass Fibre Prod. Plastics Canada Premier Corrosion PSI Thunderilne Samson Valve & Meter

DRILLING SERVICES

Ariat Env.

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS & REMEDIATION

Fioskin Scientific - c international Water

Aquahlast - a GEA Process Technology Metcon Sales and Eng. RGF Env Systems - a

Aqua Technical Sales

Sterling Power Systems

a,b,c

EVAPORATORS a. wastewater

FANS Ceilcote Canada

DIALERS

Croll-Reynolds Clean Air Degremont Infiico

H2FI0W Equipment Pro Aqua Engineering

Scarborough Supply SRS Crisafuill Trimax Env.

a. microprocessor b. synthesized voice c. tape Barnett Engineering - h

Frontenac - a

FMC of Canada Frontenac

RMS Enviro Solv

Labcor Ontor

Chemical Safety - b,c Dallmar inst. - a,b,c Env. Remediation Equip. Forest Tech. Systems - c Geneq - a,c Geophysics GPR Int'i -

GLI International - a,b Global Water - a,h,f Grande, Novae & Associates - a,h Greyiine inst. -a,h,e

General Env. Group KWH Pipe

Smith & Loveless

Ariat Env. C&M Environmental Tech.

a,b,d,e,f

Enco-Tec Env. Envirocan

Cancoppas - a,b,c

Eisag Baliey - a,b,d,f Env. Remediation Equip.

Pol-E-Mar

RAM Lining Systems

Ecodyne Integra Environmental Sanltherm Engineering

CD Nova - a

Geostructure inst. -

Solmax International

Brian Controls - a C&M Env.Tech. - c Can-Am Instruments - c

Aqua Technical Sales

Mllitronlcs - a,b Nortech Control Equip. a,b,e,f

< Geosystems - d

WES inc.

CONVEYORS

. Software Assoc. - d

ixy Environmental - d -Slope - d

Sterling Power Systems

Diversified Remediation Controls - h

Millennium Control -

itenac - b

SEW-Eurodrive

Davis Controls - a,b,d,e,f

ig Baliey - a,d iromega-d ist Tech. Systems - d

Scott Specialty Gases

DREDGES/DREDGING

DEGRIHERS

Air LIqulde Canada

VIPARATORS latlc Life

Premier Corrosion

Western Waste Mgmt.

CULVERTS

CONTROL EQUIPMENT a. flow b. level

Aqua Engineering litherm Engineering

Cancrete Env. Solutions Davidson Env. Enco-Tec Env.

Envirocan Frontenac GL&V Ontario

a,d

DIVIDERS MJ international

FILTER EQUIPMENT

Air Liqulde Canada Amko Systems Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services & Tech. Ariat Env ASTEC BB Environmental C&M Environmental Tech. Carbon & Filtration Prod.

Culiigan Northworks Dagex Degremont Infiico Dur-Pro

Elmco Process Equip. Envirocan Filter Innovations Frontenac

H2Fiow Equipment Hydro-Logic Env. int'i. Water Supply IWR Technologies Larox

Metcon Sales and Eng. Peacock

Plastics Canada

Power Plant Supply Pro Aqua Engineering RMS Enviro Soiv

Sanltherm Engineering Smith & Loveless

Troy-Ontor US Filter US Fiiter/CPC US Fliter/JWi

USF Watergroup Victor Bernard and Sons VWR Scientific Yanoshita Environmental York Fluid Controls FILTER MEDIA Anthrafliter

Trojan Technologies UV Systems Technology

PRODUCTS

Armtec

FILTERS

Wallace & TIernan Yanoshita Environmental

Columbia Geosystems

3M Canada AC Carhone

North American Green

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C&M Environmental Tech.

ADSORBENTS AC Carbone Amcec Anthrafilter

Deep Shaft Technology Degremont Infiico Eimco Process Equip.

Aqua Technical Sales Calgon Carbon Carbon & Filtration Prod, Cartier Chemicals Ceilcote Canada

Envirocan Greatario

H2FI0W Equipment Praxair

Polcon Aeration Systems Pro Aqua Engineering

Filter Innovations Geostructure Instruments International Water

Supply IWR Technologies Oshawa Glass Fibre Prod. QED Environmental

Systems

Smith & Loveless Yanoshita Environmental

a. compressors b. covers

Robert Glover & Assoc.

Waterloo Biofilter

Yanoshita Environmental

VWR Scientific

Systems

York Fluid Controls

CHEMICALS

Westech Eng. Yanoshita Environmen

Peacock

C&M Environmental Tech.

CLEANING

US Fiiter/JWI

C&M Env. Tech. - b,c

Degremont Infiico Eco Process & Equip. -c Eimco Process Equip. -

BIOREMEOIATION a. sediment

Cartier Chemicals

Wilron Equipment

ANTI-SCALE DEVICE Dur-Pro

a. digester b. lagoon c. ponds d. sludge e. sand blasting Aquablast - a,b,c,d Blastal Coatings - e Ecolo Odor Ctrl. -a,b,c

b,c

Envirocan - b,c GL&V Ontario - b,c Greatario - b,c

Baldwin Environmental Carbon & Filtration Prod.

ITT Flygt - c

KraemerTool & Mfg.

Pencon Equip, - a Pro Aqua Eng. Sanitherm Eng. - b Westech Eng. - a,b,c

AC Carbone

Peacock

Calgon Carbon Carbon & Filtration Prod.

Praxair York Fluid Controls

Croll-Reynolds Clean Air

Young Environmental Sys.

Filter Innovations General Carbon

AIR POLLUTION

CONTROL EQUIPMENT AC Carbone

Air Liquide Canada ALTECH Tech. Systems Amko Systems Analygas Systems

BB Environmental

BB Environmental Bennett Environmental C&M Environmental Tech.

C&M Environmental Tech.

Cancoppas

Degremont Infiico

Ceilcote Canada

CMS Group Eco Process & Equipment Comenco Systems Eimco Process Equipment Croll-Reynolds Clean Air Elmridge Engineering Diversified Remediation Diversified Remediation

Durr Environmental

Esko Environmental

DynaMotive Technologies

Fluidyne

Eco Waste Solutions EER Canada

H2FI0W Equip. Hydro Dynamics Hydro-Logic Env.

TN Technologies

Elmridge Engineering Elsag Bailey Env. Remediation Equip. Fabricated Plastics

Filter Innovations

Parkson

Air Liquide Canada AQUIFERS

a. artificial recharge b. clean-up c. design d. replenishment equip. Aquablast - b Davidson Env. - a,b,c,d international Water

Supply-a,c QED Environmental

Systems - b Smith & Loveless - b

ANALYTICAL EQUIPMENT

Air Liquide Canada Amko Systems Analygas Systems Aquatic Life Arthur Technology Cancoppas Capital Controls CD Nova

Elsag Bailey Env. Remediation Equip. Fryston Canada Geostructure Instruments GLI International Global Water Hach IBR

John Meunier Labstreet LaMotte Co.

Lisle-Metrix Mandei Scientific

Metcon Sales and Eng. Nortech Control Equip. Novatech Controls RNG Controls VWR Scientific Westech

Hydroclave

ASBESTQS a. removal

b. survey ALARA Industrial Hygiene

BB Environmental Enco-Tec Env. Fluor Daniel GTI Cda. - a GAP Enviromicrobial - a

General Env. Group - a Hi-Point Industries - a

Polypure

Hobbs Miller Maat - a

Praxair Canada RTS/Canbar Tanks &

QED Environmental Sys. Remediation Resources

Cancrete Env. Sol. - a Enco-Tec Env. - a

General Env. Group - a Restoration Env. - a,b

Torbo Systems - a,b

Sybron Chem. - a,b,c,t

Spilltech Environmental Sybron Chemicals - a

Victor Bernard and Sons VWR Scientific

Terratec Env. - a,b,c,d

Thermotech WES Inc.

CHEMICALS

Victor Bernard and

(water treatment) Air Liquide Canada Aqua Technical Sales Aquatic Life

Western Waste Mgmt.

BIOSOLIOS MANAGEMENT

Terratec Environmental

BOXES (meter, valve, service, etc.) Air Liquide Canada Conval Equipment Fred Cressman Sales

Dur-Pro

CATCH BASIN COMPONENTS

Aquablast Grande, Novae & Associates

Jim Bartley and Associates MJ International

Polypure Smith & Loveless Summa US Filter/CPC

Red Valve Co.

CENTRIFUGES

Chlorinators Inc.

Samson Valve & Meter

Andritz-Ruthner

Schlumberger Scott Specialty Gases Troy-Dntor Wilron Equipment

C&M Environmental Tech.

Degremont Infiico Elsag Bailey

Dagex

Indachem

Derrick Enco-Tec Env.

Metcon Sales and Eng. Polypure

Envirocan

Summa Victor Bernard and Sons Wallace & Tiernan

COCKS PSI Thunderline

CLARIFIERS

COLLECTORS

Grande, Novae & Assoc.

MEGTEC Systems

Pencon Equipment Polcon Aeration Systems

Monsanto Enviro-Chem Nortech Control

BACTERIA (specify use)

Firing Industries

Praxair

Equipment

BEP Bestobell

a. ecoli

Frontenac

Pro Aqua Engineering Sanitherm Engineering

Novatech Controls RGF Environmental

Brian Controls

Smith & Loveless

Systems

Cancoppas Capital Controls

GEA Process Technology H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

Turblex US Filter

WES Inc.

CD Nova

b. monitoring c. pseudonomus, aigae d. water quality Fryston Canada - d

Westech Wheelabrator Air Pollution

Elemental Controls

GAP Enviromicrobial - b

Indachem

Elsag Bailey Env. Remediation Equip.

Hach - a,b,d

Integra Environmental - b

Labcor Mandei Scientific

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Metcon Sales and Eng Peacock

CHLORINATION SYSTEMS C&M Environmental Tech.

Parkson

Air Liquide Canada Croll-Reynolds Clean Air Diversified Remediation Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services & Tech. Env. Remediation Equip. Aquatex Fabricated Plastics

John Meunier

Victor Bernard and Sons Waterloo Concrete

Air Liquide Canada Amko Systems Analygas Systems Arthur Technology

Air Liquide Canada

Frontenac Indachem

Sealcon Liner Systems

Mandei Scientific

Ceilcote Canada

Air Liquide Canada Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services & Ti Capital Controls Degremont Infiico

Conval Equipment

M. LeBlanc & Associates

ABJ/WPCC

Praxair Praxair Canada RTS/Canbar Tanks & Barrels Victor Bernard and Sons VWR Scientific

COAGULATION SYSTEMS

Samson Valve & Meter

ANALYZERS

AEROBIC DIGESTION

Polypure

a,b,c,d

BACKFLOW

IWR Technologies KraemerTool & Mfg.

AIR STRIPPERS

General Chemical Hobbs Miller Maat

Sons-a,b,c,d

PREVENTION

Geostructure Instruments

Advanced Pollution Inst.

Colgate-Palmolive Degremont Infiico Eaglebrook

Supply IWR Technologies J. Stewart Murray Agency KWH Pipe Lakeside Equipment

Indachem

Carbon & Filtration Prod. Cartier Chemicals

Victor Bernard and Sons

Fryston Canada H2FI0W Equipment

Capital Controls

Terminal City Iron Works

Aqua Technical Sales

Torbo Systems - a,b,c, Trimax Env. - a,b,c,d

Arcus Absorbents

ATAO PROCESSING

Conval Equipment Deep Shaft Technology Sanitherm Engineering

SRS Crisafulli - b,c,d

Sybron Chemicals

Victor Bernard & Sons - a

C&M Environmental Tech.

Barrels

Hobbs Miller Maat - b,' Remediation Res. - b,c Restoration Env. - a,b,i

Remedicon - a

Svcs. - b

Aquablast - a Briggs Environmental - b

Colgate-Palmolive Degremont Infiico Eaglebrook Ecolo Odor Control General Chemical Hobbs Miller Maat Indachem

International Water

WES Inc. Yanoshita Environmental

Smith & Loveless US Filter US Filter/CPC Victor Bernard and Soi WES Inc.

(sewage treatment) Air Liquide Canada

Air Liquide Canada Amko Systems

Geostructure Instruments

Pro Aqua Engineering

Pro Aqua Engineering Promag Enviro Systetr Sanitherm Engineering

BIOMEOICAL WASTE

QED Environmental Sys. Sanitherm Engineering

Fryston Canada

Solutions Peacock Plastics Canada

TREATMENT SYSTEMS

Nottawa Iron Works

Frontenac

M. LeBlanc & Associat Parkson

Metcon Sales and Eng. Omega Pumping

Wilier Engineering Zellweger Analytics

AIR FILTERS 3M Canada AC Carbone

Envirocan

Lakeside Equipment

Labcor

Wallace & Tiernan

Air Liquide Canada Amko Systems

ADI Systems Air Liquide Canada Aqua Technical Sales Aquatex

MGL Technologies

John Meunier

Westech

Filter Innovations

AERATION SYSTEMS ABJ/WPCC

John Meunier

GEA Process Technology Indachem

ABS Pumps - c Acme Engineering Prod. ADI Systems Aqua Technical Sales - b,c

AIR DRYERS

Metcon Sales and Eng.

Big 'Q' Deep Shaft Technology Degremont Infiico Env. Remediation Equip.

GL&V Ontario

c. mixers

Env. Remediation Equip.

ACTIVATED CARBON REGENERATORS

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env.

Monsanto Enviro-Chem

Diversified Remediation

Metcon Sales and Eng.

Frontenac

Pro Aqua Engineering Sanitherm Engineering

Dur-Pro

Mandei Scientific

BB Environmental

Scott Specialty Gases

ANAEROBIC DIGESTER

H2FI0W Equipment Integra Environmental IWR Technologies

Novatech Controls ProViro Instrumentation RNG Controls

Elmridge Engineering Firing Industries

BIOFILTERS

Servomex Summa

Sanitherm Engineering

General Carbon Geostructure Inst.

Metcon Sales and Eng. Nortech Control Equip.

Aqua Technical Sales

US Filter WES Inc.

Culligan Northworks Degremont Infiico

Purr Environmental

ISCS John Meunier Labcor Mandei Scientific

Plastics Canada

Capital Controls

Environmental

Pro Aqua Engineering Sanitherm Engineering

Aquablast Blastal Coatings Cartier Chemicals

MJ International Premier Corrosion Pre Restoration Env. Samson Valve & Mete' Stonhard

Torbo Systems

FMC of Canada Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services & Tech. Frontenac Int'l. Water Supply Arlat Env. C&M Environmental Tech. KraemerTool & Mfg.

Deep Shaft Technology Degremont Infiico Ecodyne Eimco Process Equip.

Monsanto Enviro-Cher Wheelabrator Air Pollu Control

Envirocan

COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW EQUIPMI

Folio Instruments Geostructure Instruments

International Water

GLI International Global Water

Labcor-d

Trimax Env.

Nortech Control - a,b

VWR Scientific

Hach

ProMinent Fluid Ctrls. - d

Inficon Isco

Remediation Res. - w

CHEMICAL MIXERS

Frontenac

Sybron Chemicals - a,c,d

Degremont Infiico

GEA Process Technology

Supply - b,d

COATINGS

FMC of Canada

Air Liquide Canada American Sigma

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WATERLOO CONCRETE PRODUCTS

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2 Taggart Court, #4, Guelph, ON N1H 6H8 (519)836-3102 Fax:(519)836-3381 Contact: Robin Jowett, Manager

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VEEDER-ROOT COMPANY

WEL-CHEM ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

125 Powder Forest Dr., P.O. Box 2003, Simsbury,

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VERTICALNET INC.

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2 Walnut Grove Dr.,#150, Horsham, PA 19044 USA

WESTECH INDUSTRIAL LTD.

240 Matheson Blvd. E., Mississauga, ON L4Z 1X1

TURBLEX INC.

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A Division of UMA Engineering Ltd. 2540 Kensington Rd., NW, Calgary, AB T2N 3S3 (403)270-9258 Fax:(403)283-3722 Contact: Robert M. Ritcey, Mgr., Demo. Operations

ctaulic" V/9 An

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65 Worcester Road, Rexdaie, ON M9W 5N7

(416)675-5575 Fax:(416)675-5565 Web site: www.victaulic.com

50 Weybrlght Court, #1, Toronto, ON Ml S 5A8 (416)291-6359 Fax:(416)291-0025

Contact: Don R. Jones, Sales Support Supv. VIctaulic, having supplied pipe couplings, fittings and valves to municipalities for 70 years for savings in both installation and operating costs, offers systems for ductile Iron (500 psi), steel (4000 psi), stainless, PVC, and HDP; grooved AWWA eccentric plug

UNIVERSAL FLOW ENGINEERING INC.

1860 Matena Ave., Mississauga, ON L5J 1G3 (905)822-5413 Fax:(905)822-8060 Contact: Jack Lowe, Sales

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U.S. FILTER

VICTOR BERNARD AND SONS LTD.

600 Arrasmith Trail, Ames, IW 50010-9021

P.O. Box 2-168 Craig St., Chario, NB EOB 1M0 (506)684-3791 Fax:(506)684-4538 Contact: Helene Bulien, Office Manager

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VICTAULIC CO.MPANY OF CANADA

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^VWRCanlab A

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VWR CANLAB

P.O. Box 2066, Stn. Terminal, Vancouver, BC V6B3S3 (800)561-0011 Fax:(604)531-9036 Contact: Allan Pettai, General Sales Manager WHEELABRATOR AIR POLLUTION CONTROL INC.

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422 Consumers Rd., North York, ON M2J 1P8 (416)499-4421 Fax:(416)499-0816 Contact: Ed Allen, President

Wilron WILRON EQUIPMENT

5195 Bradco Blvd., Mississauga, ON L4W 2A6 (905)624-8387 Fax:(905)624-0838 Contact: Jerry Fairborn, Technical Sales Rep. With eight locations across Canada, Wilron Equip ment has, for more than twenty-five years, special ized in the supply and sen/Ice of pumps and pack aged systems for water and wastewater applica tions. By representing many well-known, high-qual ity manufacturers, we can provide Innovative and cost-effective pumping solutions to meet your spe cific requirements.

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2360 Argentia Road, Mississauga, ON L5N 5Z7 (905)813-7377,(800)932-5000 Fax:(905)813-5216 Contact: Vicky Keisey, Marketing Manager VWR Canlab Is a leading distributor of laboratory chemicals, supplies, equipment and safety products. Products Included are glassware, plastic ware, safety storage, balances, filtration, chromatography, pH & conductivity meters, ovens, gloves, safety

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419 ParkAvenue S., New York, NY 10016 USA

manufacturers, sells to over 210,000 customers in UTILITY SERVICE

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(616)772-9011 Fax:(616)772-4516 Contact: Judy Scheibach, Administrative Manager USF WATERGROUP

ASSOCIATES

Providing Tribological Soiutions 58 Garnock Ave., Toronto, ON M4K 1M2 (416)466-3144 Fax:(416)466-3807 Contact: Ken Brown

WORLD ENVIRONMENT CENTER

YANOSHITA ENVIRONMENTAL

WAINBEE LIMITED

Division of T.D. Rooke Associates Limited

5789 Coopers Ave., Mississauga, ON L4Z 3S6 (905)568-1700 Fax:(905)568-0083 Contact: John Bachmann, Corp. Sales & Mktg. Mgr.

21 Vulcan St., Etobicoke, ON MOW 1L3

(416)248-0555 Fax:(416)248-8163 Contact: Edward Yanoshita, Division Manager

WALINGA INC.

YORK FLUID CONTROLS LTD.

RR#5, Guelph, ON N1H 6J2

(519)824-8520 Fax:(519)824-5651 Contact: Terry Medemblik, Sales & Marketing Mgr.

2 Westwyn Court, Brampton, ON LOT 4T5 (905)454-4013 Fax:(905)454-8423 Contact: Mike Knapman, GM or Dudley Knapman

UV SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY INC.

WALLACE & TIERNAN CANADA INC.

YOUNG ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

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925 Warden Ave., Scarborough, ON MIL405 (416)751-7561 Fax:(416)751-9682

UltraSGuard WASTEWATER TREATMENT

Contact: Peter Z. Colak, VP, Sales & Marketing More water/wastewater disinfection for less money. Advancements In UV lamp and equipment design 66

Contact: George Matsugu, Marketing Manager WATER TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION

867 Lakeshore Rd., P.O. Box 5068, Burlington, ON L7R 4L7 (905)336-4855 Fax:(905)336-4765

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(800)663-5481 (604)276-9923 Fax:(604)276-9941 Contact: Kate Kozak, Marketing/Communications ZELLWEGER ANALYTICS INC.

100 Park Avenue, League City, TX 77573 USA (281)332-2484 Fax:(281)554-6795 Contact: Delores Edwards, Mktg. Comm. Manager

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Suppliers Sonic Soil Sampling inc. offers a method of drilling boreholes that is versatile and cost-effective. No

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SXormceptor STORMCEPTOR CANADA INC.

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system tor process wastewater treatment.

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SUMMA ENGINEERING LIMITED

THUNDER BAY INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY

6423 Northam Dr., Mississauga, ON L4V 1J2 (905)678-3388 Fax:(905)678-0444 Contact: G.A.(Redir) Obaji, Sales Mgr.-Munlclpal

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SOUTHWELL CONTROLS LTD. 857 West 3rd St., North Vancouver, BC V7P 1E3

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SYBRON CHEMICALS INC. SYBRON CHEMICALS, INC. Birmingham Rd., Birmingham, NJ 08011 USA (800)678-0020,(609)893-1100

SPECTRA SPECTRA ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

13081 10th Line N., Stouffvlile, ON L4A7X3 (800)776-5976(905)640-0267 Fax:(905)640-0268 Contact: Scott Wordtmann, Sales Manager

Contact: Ed Benatti

Sybron Chemicals inc. is the leader In development and application of selectively-adapted cultures tor waste treatment applications. Sybron's complete line of products provides operators with another control parameter in Industrial and municipal

SYNTEC PROCESS EQUIPMENT LTD.

SPILLTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CLEAN-UP INC.

SYSTEMS PLUS

Contact: Charles St. Clair Frazier, President

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SRP CONTROL SYSTEMS LTD.

TADCO MANUFACTURING INC.

19-5155 Spectrum Way, Mississauga, ON L4W 5A1 (905)238-2880 Fax:(905)238-9590 Contact: Joe Santo, President

1239Aerowood Dr., Mississauga, ON L4W 1B9 (905)629-9114 Fax:(800)268-2309 Contact: Richard Troy, Marketing Manager

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TEAM-1 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

STABLEX CANADA INC.

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1650 Upper Ottawa St., Hamilton, ON L8W 3P2 (905)393-5550 Fax:(905)574-0492 Contact: Scott R. Connor

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2586 Dunwin Dr., #7, Mississauga, ON L5L 1J5 (905)828-1400 Fax:(905)828-1056 Contact: Stanley Mech, President

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TORBO SYSTEMS CANADA

Torbo - Wet Abrasive Blasting System tor removal of coatings, painted surfaces. Including lead and asbestos. Torbo is superior to any other wet or dry blast system In use today. The Torbo method of abrasive blasting prevents the spread of air-borne lead particuiate material. Lead In the air levels is consistently below EP/VOSHAActlon Levels. Torbo provides a reduction of contaminated dust emissions of 95%. There Is a decrease In abrasive consump tion up to 50% compared to dry blast systems, and very low use of water(18 gal. per hour),thus signifi cantly reducing the cost of contaminated waste dis posal.

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45 Upper Mount Albion Rd., Stoney Creek. ON L8J 2R9 (905)578-9666 Fax:(905)578-6644

THERMOTECH

^1TERRATiiC ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

E-mail: trak2000@reach.net

ISO 14000 facilitation, documentation and training service provided onslte. Including Initial Review/Gap Analysis, design, documentation, implementation, and auditing of Integrated Environmental Manage ment Systems to prepare tor ISO 14001 registra tion. Based on proven,first-hand experience Includ ing integration with ISO 9000 Quality Systems.

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TERRATEC ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

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P.O. Box 60069, RPO Glen Abbey, Oakvlile, ON L6M 3H2 (905)878-2800 Fax:(905)878-7332

STONHARD, LTD.

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95 Sunray Street, Whitby, ON LI N 9C9 (905)430-3333 Fax:(905)430-3056 Contact: Kathryn Winkelhorst, Marketing Assistant

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P.O. Box 40163, Cleveland, Ohio 44140 USA

Contact: Phil Sidhwa, President

(440)871-3214 Fax:(440)871-3414 Contact: Laura Steeie, VP, and General Manager

Turn-key operations tor biosolids recycling on agri

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Suppliers ROEDIGER PITTSBURGH, INC. 3812 Route 8, Allison Park, PA 15101 USA

(412)487-6010 Fax:(412)487-6005

rotorif ROTORK CONTROLS (CANADA) LTD. #9, 820 - 28 Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2A 6K1 (403)569-9455 Fax:(403)569-9455 E-mall: rcccalg@lbm.net Web site: www.rotork.com

Contact: Chris Bone, VP, GM Rotork electric, pneumatic and hydraulic valve ac tuators to fit valves of all types and sizes. The Rotork IQ Is the world's first "smart" electric actuator. Save

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riLTRATION OF CANADA, LTD. SERVICE FILTRATION OF CANADA LTD.

4141 Siadevlew Cres., Units 12 & 13, Mississauga, ON L5L 5T1 (905)820-4700,(800)565-5278 Fax:(905)820-4015 Contact: Joe Halahel

Serfiico engineers and manufactures high perform SCI-TEC INSTRUMENTS INC.

ance corrosion resistant pumps and filter chambers

1526 Fletcher Rd., Saskatoon, SK S7M 5M1

in PVC, CPVC and PVDF. Filter media Is available

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for use on chemicals, acids, hydraulic oil, electro plating solution, photographic, air and food prod ucts. Pollution abatement products are also In cluded, filter press, metering pumps, mixers and heaters. We also supply custom designed filtration

SCOTT SPECIALTY GASES

10141 Easton Road, Box 310, Plumsteadville, PA 18949 USA (215)766-8861 Fax:(215)766-2476 Contact: Robert G. Jefferys, Corp. Comms.

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RoyalPipe Co.

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180 South Ave., Tailmadge, OH 44278 USA (330)630-7000 Fax:(330)633-7640 Contact: John Esker, Sales Manager

90 Kerry Place, Norwood, MA 02062 USA (781)769-7710 Fax:(781)769-2834 Contact: Howard Andier, Marketing Director

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SEVERN ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

ROYAL PIPE CO.

SEALCON LINER SYSTEMS LTD.

131 Regalcrest Court, Woodbridge, ON L4L 8P3 (905)850-1441 Web site: www.roypias.com

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Royal Pipe Co., established In 1987, Is quickly be coming recognized as an industry leader in both quality and product range. Royal Pipe Co. extrudes products for the electrical, plumbing, municipal, irri gation, and Industrial markets in sizes ranging from 1/2" to 27". Royal Pipe Co. also supplies a full line of fabricated and injection molded fittings to com plement Its pipe products.

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RTS/CANBAR TANKS & BARRELS

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SAMSON VALVE & METER INC.

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SEI INDUSTRIES LTD.

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SAFE WATER SOLUTIONS L.L.C.

9333 N. 49th Street, Brown Deer, Wl 53223 USA (414)365-2377 Fax:(414)365-2210 Contact: Mike Furst, Product Manager

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SONIC SOIL SAMPLING INC.

SERVAL ENTERPRISES

668 Mlilway Ave., #15 & 16, Concord, ON L4K 3V2 (905)660-0501 Fax:(905)660-7143

3200, 715-5th Avenue, SW, Calgary, AB T2P 2X6 (800)867-0490,(403)531-0490 Fax:(403)531-0491

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#2 - 203 Colonnade Rd. S., Nepean, ON K2E 7K3 (613)723-1541 Fax:(613)723-8692 Contact: David McKechnie, General Manager

Contact: Garth deBruyn, General Manager Manufacturer and supply of equipment for water and wastewater treatment specializing in automated con trol for pH, chlorine, ozone, hydrogen peroxide and chlorine dioxide. We offer custom and standard so

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clients. PROSPEC TECHNOLOGIES INC.

POLYPURE LIMITED

1200 Michener Rd., #6-2A, Sarnia, ON N7S 4B1

Contact: Jeff Mayo, President

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POWER PLANT SUPPLY COMPANY

PROTEUS ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

124Wi!sonSt., Oakville, ON L6K 3G8

340, 138-4th Ave., SB, Calgary, AB T2G 4Z6 (403)543-2399 Fax:(403)543-2398 Contact: Mitch N. Molnar, VP, Corp. Development

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PROVINCIAL PARTITIONS INC.

129 Glldden Road, Brampton, ON L6W 3L9 (905)459-9255 Fax:(905)459-1234 Contact: Todd Frankland

1 City Centre Dr., #1200, Mississauga, ON L5B 1M2 (905)803-1600 Fax:(905)803-1696 Contact: Robert Douglas, Mrktg. Comm. Manager Praxair produces, sells and distributes atmospheric, process and specialty gases. Praxair Is also the world's largest supplier of carbon dioxide and a rec ognized leader in the commercialization of new tech nologies that bring productivity and environmental benefits to a diverse group of industries.

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'ptiMnsa. PREMIER CORROSION PROTECTION SERVICES INC.

735 Weller Court, Oakville, ON L6K 3S9

(905)338-8835 Fax:(905)338-7791 Contact: Noel Lurle, President

Corrosion protection, monolithic floor linings, fibreglass repairs, tank and sump linings, concrete crack injection, fibreglass piping systems, epoxy and flakeglass linings, supply and Installation of F.R.P. equipment, concrete protection, inspection services. PRISM RESOURCE MANAGEMENT LTD.

4833Tufford Road, Beamsville, ON LOR 1B1 (905)563-3533 Fax:(905)563-3463 Contact: Donald Hoekstra, President

REMEDIATION CANADA INC.

1109 North Service Road, E., Oakville, ON L6H 1A6 (905)338-5210 Fax:(905)338-6263 REMEDIATION RESOURCES CANADA LTD.

P.O. Box 69, Brampton, ON L6V 2K7 (905)840-1115 Fax:(905)840-2286 Contact: Scott MacDonald, President REMEDICON PROVIRO INSTRUMENTATION INC.

PRAXAIR

REHAU INC.

P.O. Box 1706, Leesburg, VA 20177 USA (800)247-9445(703)734-1880 Fax:(800)627-3428 Contact: Andy Hollinger, Account Executive REHAU is your single source for municipal water works and industrial pipe, fittings and accessories. Our AQUALOC® water pipe and DURALOC™ sewer pipe feature locked-in gaskets. RAURIB®, our in novative ribbed storm and sanitary sewer pipe, pro vides superior reliability, economy and ease of han dling. Available In 8"-24" diameters, RAURIB® is certified under ASTM and CSA standards and equal to solid wall DR 35 performance.

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Remediation Consultants Ltd.

2620 Hosklns Road, North Vancouver, BC V7J 3A3

(604)987-5659 Fax:(604)980-4095 Contact: Al Holtz, President

Contact: Chris A. Castravelli, Technical Consultant

Sales and service of environmental and process control instrumentation including pH, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, flow and level monitors, annun ciators, alarms, transmitters, gas detectors, control lers. Representing LIsle-Metrix, Rochester, Enmet and Partlow.

PSI THUNDERLINE

6525 Goforth Street, Houston, TX 77021 USA

(713)747-6948 Fax:(713)747-6029 Contact: Jay Keldsen, Sales Director PUMPS & SYSTEMS

1125 Russell St., Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5M6 (807)622-3767 Fax:(807)622-3804 Contact: Bill Horkey

RESTORATION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRACTORS 10 stalwart Dr., #5, Gormley, ON LOH 1G0 (905)888-0066 Fax:(905)477-6295 Web site: www.inforamp.net/~restcon Contact: Don Bremner, Vice President

Restoration Environmental Contractors is a premier asbestos and environmental contracting firm with excellent environmental and health and safety records. During the past eight years we have suc cessfully completed over 4,000 lead, asbestos and heavy metal dust contaminant removal projects and over 50 environmental plant cleanups throughout Canada. We have the best Insurance in the indus

QED ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.

P.O. Box 3726, Ann Arbor, Ml 48106 USA (800)624-2026 Fax:(734)995-1170

try. Call about our new Torbo system for decreas ing your lead and asbestos removal costs. RGF ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.

PRO AQUA ENGINEERING

518 Eglinton Ave. E.. Toronto, ON M4P 1N6 (416)485-1850 Fax:(416)485-9638 Contact: Ray Newman, President

RACO MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING,CO. 1400-62nd St., Emeryville, CA 94608 USA (800)722-6999 Fax:(510)658-3153 Contact: Jim Brown, VP Marketing/Sales

3875 Fiscal Court, West Palm Beach, FL33404 USA

(800)842-7771 (561)848-1826 Fax:(561)848-9454 Contact: Ron Lye, VP, Sales

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RMS ENVIRO SOLV INC.

195 The West Mall, #405, Toronto, ON M9C 5K1

295 Lafleur, LaSalie, QC, HSR 3H3

(514)368-3533 Fax:(514)368-8224 Contact: Robert Spicer, President

(416)626-0840 Fax:(416)626-8710 Contact: Paul Champigny, Sales & Marketing Mgr.

RAM LINING SYSTEMS INC.

PROECO CORPORATION

RR#1, Bayfield, ON NOM 1G0 (519)524-1904 Fax:(519)524-6721

RNG CONTROLS

7722-9th Street, Edmonton, AB T6P 1L6

Contact: Frank Kunc, President

(880)661-5792(403)440-1825 Fax:(403)440-2428 Contact: Gary Demeriez, Sales Mgr., Western Cda.

Supply and installation of geomembranes using state-of-the-art double wedge seaming technology. Associate master seamers. Install and rigidly test all seams to ensure total Integrity of lining systems. Applications Include secondary containment of haz ardous chemicals, reservoirs, waste ponds, landfills, and concrete tanks; In general, containment for en vironmental protection.

1318 Ketch Ct., Coquitlam, BC V3K 6W1 (604)521-2088 Fax:(604)521-6034

PROMAG ENVIRO SYSTEMS LTD.

8042 Winston St., Burnaby, BC V5A 2H5 (604)421-6844 Fax:(604)421-6844 Contact: Ken Magaw, President PROMAT ENGINEERING SALES INC.

1049 Crawford Dr., Peterborough, ON K9J 6X6 (705)742-9233 Fax:(705)742-9235

Pr Minenf PROMINENT FLUID CONTROLS LTD.

490 Southgate Dr., Guelph, ON N1G4P5 (519)836-5692 Fax:(519)836-5226

RAW MATERIALS CORPORATION

Contact: Peter Baker, Technical Sales ROBAR INDUSTRIES LTD.

12945 78 Ave., Anvil Way, Surrey, BC V3W 2X8 ROBERT GLOVER & ASSOC. MARKETING LTD.

27 Campbell Dr., Uxbrldge, ON L9P 1R5 (905)852-5297 Fax:(905)852-5297 Contact: Robert Glover

P.O. Box 6, 28 Invertose Dr., Port Colborne, ON

L3K 5V7 (905)835-1203 Fax:(905)835-6824 Contact: Wayne Elliott, President

ROCKWARE, INC. 2221 East St., Suite 101, Golden, CO 80401 USA

(303)278-3534 Fax:(303)278-4099 RED VALVE CO. INC.

700 North Bell Ave., Carnegie, PA 15106 USA (412)279-0044 Fax:(412)279-7878 Contact: David Schneider, Marketing Manager

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ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTRUMENTS

9409 - 27th Ave. NW, Edmonton, AB T6N 1C9

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Suppliers NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL CANADA Institute for Chemical Process and

Environmental Technology Building M-12, Montreal Rd., Ottawa, ON K1A0R6 (613)990-6618 Fax;(613)957-8231 CISTI - (800)668-1222 Fax:(613)952-9112

Analysis for: Ambient detection of toxic and combustibles; Process IRs & UV analyzers as well as oxygen; Continuous Emission Monitoring Sys tems(CEMS). Water/wastewater analyzers Includ ing: process titrators, photometers, pH, Cond, DO and turbidity. Names such as: Servomex, Tytronlcs, Bacharach, HIT and ECD.

NEMATO COMPOSITES INC.

1605 McEwen Dr., Whitby, ON LIN 7L4 (800)361-5025(905)571-5305 Fax:(905)571-3935 Contact: Lisa D. Caron, Mgr., Sales & Marketing

Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON N2L3G1

PEACOCK INC.

(519)888-4567 ext. 2707 Fax:(519)746-7499

2360 Miilrace Court, MIssissauga, ON L5N 1W2 (905)812-7100 Fax:(905)812-0069 Web site: www.peacock.ca Contact: RobertTuomi, Mktg. Mgr., Roy Strong, GM Wherever there are factories, mills, mines or plants, you will find Peacock. For a hundred years, com panies of every size and endeavour have relied on Peacock as their national source of the highest qual ity filtration equipment and systems, materials han dling equipment, valves, progressing cavity and metering pumps, and lubrication systems.

NEO VALVES

OAK ENVIRONMENTAL EQUIPMENT

(416)661-6020 Fax:(416)661-6787 Contact: David Buchanan, General Manager

SUPPLY LTD.

One Pork Avenue, Tipton, PA 16684 USA (814)684-0101 Fax:(814)684-0608 Contact: Carl DeCaspers, PR Director

Bay 103, 4712-13 Street NE, Calgary, AB T2E 6P1 (403)250-9810 Fax:(403)250-3978

Octagon environmental SERVICES

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nochar NOCHAR CANADA INC.

4950 Yonge Street, #500, Toronto, ON M2N 6K1 (416)218-5545 Fax:(416)218-0702 E-mail: lnfo@nochar.com

Contact: Floward Sher, President Polymer-based absorbants used to solidify hydro carbons Into a solid mass whether land or water

based. Unrivalled efficiency In granular, pillow, sock or boom form. Polymer enhanced filtration media Is ideal as a polishing agent for stripping low levels of hydrocarbons from water stream.

OCTAGON ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

20 Aqulia Court, Etobicoke, ON MOW 5J2 (416)746-2098 Fax:(416)746-3010 Contact: Julius Flaia, President

Octagon offers complete environmental services with on-slte government licensed bloremedlatlon technology for treatment of PCB and heavy oils In contaminated soils, regardless of the degree of con tamination.

NORTECH CONTROL EQUIPMENT INC.

OMEGA PUMPING SOLUTIONS

1200 MIchener Rd., #6-2A, Sarnia, ON N7S 4B1

NORTH AMERICAN GREEN

14649 Hwy. 41 N., Evansvlile, IN 47711 USA (812)867-6632 Fax:(812)867-0247 U.S.: (800)772-2040, Canada:(800)448-2040 E-mali: rforster@nagreen.com Web site: www.nagreen.com Contact: Randy Forster, Marketing Manager North American Green offers a complete line of Per formance Guaranteed Erosion Control & Turf Rein

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(519)332-0007 Fax:(519)332-0702 Contact: Jeff Mayo, President ONTARIO CLEAN WATER AGENCY

20 Bay St., #700, Toronto, ON M5J 2N8 (416)314-5600 Fax:(416)314-8300 Operations, maintenance development, project management, public/private partnerships.

12 Leswyn Road, Toronto, ON M6A1K3 (416)781-5286 Fax:(416)781-7680 Contact: Cameo Gill, Marketing Co-ordinator

290 Garyray Drive, Weston, ON M9L1P4 (800)661 -4613(416)747-6584 Fax:(416)747-6899

08754 USA (732)244-0010 Fax; (732)244-8140 Contact: David A. Leighty, President

100 King St. W., P.O. Box 2440, LCD1, Hamilton, ON L8N 4J6 (905)521-1600 Fax:(905)521-9466

CORPORATION OSHAWA GLASS FIBRE PRODUCTS LTD.

100 King St. W., P.O. Box 2440, Stn. LCD 1

341 Durham Court, Oshawa, ON L1J 1W8

Hamilton, ON L8N 4J6

(905)579-1433 Fax:(905)579-1431 Contact: Ray Bilsky

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PHILIP UTILITIES MANAGEMENT

Contact: Kevin Rich

PIPELINE SEAL & INSULATOR, INC. 4190 Erhart Road, Medina, OH 44256 USA

(330)723-5756 Fax:(330)723-5847 Contact: John (Jay) Keidsen, National Sales Mgr.

ON LOM IPO

Sales/Production Manager Equipment suppliers specializing in liquid hydrocar bon recovery, and demulsifying olisfrom water. Ad ditional products include chemical feed systems and monitors for cooling tower and boiler water treat

(905)845-1727 Fax:(905)845-1792 E-mali: pencon@ceia.on.ca Web site: www.ceia.on.ca/pencon Contact: John Penny, President Packages - parts - repairs to the environmental In dustry for the past 25 years. Pencon offers a wide range of capacity flows and pressures: rotary posi tive displacement blowers; Lamson multistage and regenerative blowers; A-C sliding vane digester gas compressors used In landfill gas recovery, cogeneration, recircuiatlon and boosting of digester

PHILIP SERVICES CORP. ORGANIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INC.

178 Route 46, P.O. Box 330, Lodi, N.J. 07644 USA

Contact: Bev House,

PENCON EQUIPMENT COMPANY

PERMA PURE INC.

NOTTAWA IRON WORKS INC.

(705)329-4274 Fax:(705)445-5909

A Division of Thermo Electron Corp. 10335 Landsbury, #300, Houston, TX 77099 USA (281)879-3700 Fax:(281)498-7721 Contact: Cecil McCreery, Inside Sales Manager

8 Executive Dr., P.O. Box 2105, Toms River, NJ

ONTOR LIMITED

OZONIA NORTH AMERICA

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109 Thomas St., 2nd Fl., Oakvilie, ON L6J 3A7

OMEGA ENGINEERING

976 Bergar St., Laval, OC H7L 5A1 (514)856-6928 Fax:(514)856-6886

1131 Derry Rd. E., MIssissauga, ON L5T 1P3 (800)263-3427,(905)564-4700 Fax:(905)564-6776 Contact: Gil Cossette, Vice President NORTH AMERICAN GREEN

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NSERC CHAIR IN WATER TREATMENT

430 Norflnch Dr., Downsvlew, ON M3N 1Y4

NEW PIG CORPORATION

PCB DISPOSAL INC.

72 Lake Driveway W., Ajax, ON L1S3X1 (905)428-6480 Fax:(905)428-6481 Contact: Dr. Eric A.H. Smith, President

>IPARKSON PARKSON

9050 Ryan Ave., Dorvai, QC HOP 2M8 (514)636-8712 Fax:(514)636-9718 Contact: Jean Grenler, Canadian Marketing Mgr. Manufacturer of the Dynasand filter, Lamella grav ity settler. Aqua Guard screen, Bioiac wastewater treatment system and diffused aeration products.

P.J. HANNAH EQUIPMENT SALES CORP.

#10-8528 - 123 Street, Surrey, BC V3W 3V6 (604)591-5999 Fax:(604)591-9925 PLASMA ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Suite 1908,20 Queen St. W.,Toronto, ON M5H 3R3

(416)599-9979 Fax:(416)599-4959 Contact: Colin Andrews, Vice President, Operations PLASTICS CANADA,

NOVATECH CONTROLS, INC. 160 Wilkinson Rd., #38. Brampton, ON L6T 4Z4 (905)453-7224 Fax:(905)453-2464 E-mali: novatech@netcom.ca

Contact: Ed Gardiner, General Manager Products/Services: Process and Environmental in

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A Division of Pepco Limited 2530 Speers Road, Oakvlile, ON L6L 5K8 (905)827-5333 Fax:(905)827-0203 Contact: Mike Auber

PCB CONTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY INC.

(CONTECH) 101 Holiday Inn Dr., #E, Cambridge. ON N3C 1Z3 (800)324-8997 Fax:(519)651-1015 Contact: Neil Ryan

POLCON AERATION SYSTEMS INC.

431 Mountain Hwy. #3, North Vancouver, BC V7J 2L1 (604)986-9414 Fax:(604)986-5377 Contact: R. Smyth, Marketing Manager

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1022 E. Devon Ave., P.O. Box 8448, Bartlett, IL

60103 USA (630)837-5640 Fax:(630)837-5647 Contact: Jotin A. Jurek, Int'l. Sales Manager LAMBTON COLLEGE

1457 London Road, Sarnia, ON N7S 6K4

(519)542-7751 Fax:(519)542-1017 Contact: Lois Wellington LAMOTTE CO.

P.O. Box 329, Chestertown, MD 21620 USA

(800)344-3100 Fax:(410)778-6394 Contact: T. Seectiuk, Marketing Manager LAMSON CENTRIFUGAL BLOWERS GARDNER DENVER MACHINERY INC.

P.O. Box 4857, Syracuse, NY 13221 USA (315)433-5500 Fax:(315)433-5451 LAROX, INC. Ste. 401, 50 Burnhamttnorpe Rd. W., Mississauga ON L5B3C2 (905)949-1892 Fax:(905)949-1893 Contact: Paul de ia Durantaye, Sales Manager LAYFIELD PLASTICS (1978) LTD. 14604 - 115A Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5M 3C5

(403)453-6731 Fax:(403)455-5218

MARKLAND SPECIALTY

ENGINEERING LTD. 48 Shaft Rd., Rexdaie (Toronto), ON M9W 4M2 (416)244-4980 Fax:(416)244-2287 E-maii: markiand@siudgecontrois.com Web Site: www.siudgecontrois.com Contact: J.R.(Reg) Tansony Markiand manufacture a complete line of sludge blanket level detectors and controllers, including both portable and fixed installation models. Markiand's Suspended Solids Meters use attenua tion of ultrasound to measure the concentration in

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MARSH INSTRUMENTATION INC.

MILLIPORE

80 Ashby Road, Bedford, MA 01730 USA 800-MiLLiPORE Fax:(617)275-5550

MILLSTREAM SOFTWARE

402 Cardiff Way, Port Moody, B.C., V3H 3T1 (604)931-7484 Fax:(604)931-7455

^MiLUnONICS MILLTRONICS, LTD.

1954 Technology Dr., P.O. Box 4225, Peterborough, ON K9J 7B1 (705)745-2431 Fax:(705)745-0414 E-maii: freeiit@miiitronics.com Web site: www.militronics.com

Ultrasonic level measurement, open channel flow systems, weighing, motion sensing.

1 - 1016C Sutton Dr., Burlington, ON L7L6B8 (905)332-1172 Fax:(905)332-1668 Contact: Ron Bake, President

M.J. INTERNATIONAL & ASSOCIATES, INC. 6478 Yonge St., P.O. Box 37040, North York, ON M2M 4J8 (905)731-8104 Fax:(905)731-8231 Contact: Mike Silver, General Manager

MASTER BUILDERS, INC. 23700 Chagrin Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44122 USA (216)831-5500 Fax:(216)831-6450

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MATHESON GAS PRODUCTS CANADA

M. LEBLANC & ASSOCIATES

530 Watson St. E., Whitby, ON LIN 5R9

33 Eimhurst Ave.,#310, Wiilowdaie, ON M2N 6G8

(905)668-3397,(800)263-2620 Fax:(905)668-6937

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LEON-RAM ENTERPRISES INC.

Box 5002 -135 York Road E., Yorkton, SK S3N 3Z4 (306)786-2600 Fax:(306)782-1884

MAXON INDUSTRIES, INC.

Contact: Maurice L. LeBlanc

3204 W. Mill Rd., Milwaukee, Wi 53209 USA

LES CONTROLES PROVAN ASS. INC.

(414)351-4000 Fax:(414)351-9057 Contact: William Maxon, President

Municipal and industrial water and wastewater treat ment equipment and systems, emergency gas scrubbers, odour control systems and oil/water separators. Representing: Parkson Corporation,

2011 Halpern, St. Laurent, OC FI9L 183 (514)332-3230 Fax:(514)332-3552

MCCROMETER

U.S. Filter/RJ Environmental, Mercer international

3255 W. Stetson Ave., Hemet, CA 92545 USA

and J. Mark Systems inc.

(909)652-6811 Fax:(909)652-3078 LES RECYCLAGES LAROUCHE INC. MONITARIO TECHNICAL SERVICES INC.

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MCTIGHE INDUSTRIES, INC.

LEVITT - INSTRUMENTS

57301 USA (605)996-1162 Fax:(605)996-1908

2872 Bristol Circle, Oakvilie, ON L6H 5T5 (905)829-3299 Fax:(905)829-2919

Contact: Kris Graham, President

2100 North Kimbaii St., P.O. Box 928, Mitchell, SD

MONSANTO ENVIRO-CHEM SYSTEMS MEC SYSTEMS INC.

LISLE-METRIX LTD.

49 Sheftield Street, Toronto, ON MOM 3E5 (416)249-9151 Fax:(416)249-2952 Contact: Don Anderson, Marketing Manager LOC PIPE

1818 Hopkins St. S., Whitby, ON LI N 7G8 (905)668-9441 Fax:(905)668-0046

44775 Yale Rd., Chiiiiwack, BC V2R 4H3 (604)792-7779 Fax:(604)792-7072

LORADAY ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS

14522 S. Outer Forty Rd., St. Louis, MO 63017 USA (314)275-5700 Fax:(314)275-5701 Contact: Barb Streicfier, Marketing Comm.

MEGTEC SYSTEMS

830 Prosper Rd., P.O. Box 5030, De Pere, Wi 54115-5030 USA (800)799-5450 (920)339-2797 Fax:(920)339-2784 Contact: Kenneth P. Zak, Dir. Marketing Services

MSA CANADA INC.

148 Norfinch Dr., North York, ON M3N 1X8

(416)667-9400 Fax:(416)663-5908 MSU MISSISSAUGA LTD.

METALOGIC TECHNOLOGIES INC.

689 Elgin Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 3B5 (905)853-6600 Fax:(905)836-7542

63 Mcintyre Place, Unit 8, Kitchener, ON N2R 1J5 (519)748-8024 Fax:(519)895-1080 Contact: Randy McLean

12794 Bayview Ave., Richmond Hill, ON L4E 3J9 (905)773-9939 Fax:(905)773-9985 Contact: Norm Milne, Sales Manager

2222 S. Sheridan Way, Mississauga, ON L5J 2M4 (905)823-4340,(800)268-5336 Fax:(905)823-4947 Contact: Virginia Weber, President

Contact: Peter Lorimer, President LYNX GEOSYSTEMS INC.

400-322 Water Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 1B6

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MWI CORPORATION

METCON SALES AND ENGINEERING LIMITED

15 Connie Cres., #3, Concord, ON L4K 1L3 MAGNETROL

(905)738-2355 Fax:(905)738-5520 Contact: Ahron Nahmias, President MGL TECHNOLOGIES

IVIANDEL Scientific Ocmpanv Ltd.

Contact: Doug Wiiiey

SALES AND ENGINEERING LIMITED

(604)682-5484 Fax:(604)669-3659 Contact: Annar Kanji, Administrator

6291 Dorman Road,#18, Mississauga, ON L4V1H2 (905)678-2720 Fax:(905)678-7407

MUELLER CANADA INC.

P.O. Box 1001, Stn. Main, Milton, ON L9T4B6

251 Conway Drive, London, ON N6E 3J5 (519)681-1301 Fax:(519)681-9855 Contact: Marsun Lipsit, Prof, of Env. Engineering

(MOVING WATER INDUSTRIES CORP.) 201 N. Federal Hwy., Deerfieid Beach, FL 33441 USA (954)426-1500 Fax:(954)426-1582 NAPIER-REID LTD.

10 Alden Rd., Unit 2, Markham, ON L3R 2S1

(905)475-1545 Fax:(905)475-2021

NASCO PLASTICS

MANDEL SCIENTIFIC COMPANY LTD.

MIDWEST BIO-SYSTEMS

2 Admiral Place, Guelph, ON N1G4N4 (519)763-2145 Fax:(519)763-2005 Contact: Barbara Humm, VP, Marketing

15 Hiiipark Trail, Brampton, ON LOS 1R1 (905)458-5862 Fax:(905)458-5863 Contact: Lori Haicrow, Environmental Advisor

454 Bieams Rd. W., New Hamburg, ON NOB 2G0 (519)662-2540 Fax:(519)662-3330 Contact: Tim Bailey, General Manager

Mandel is ttie Canadian distributor for PC-based

autotitration systems, Stiimadzu total organic car bon analyzers, Mitsubishi totai organic haiide analyzers and Antek nitrogen sulphur and fluoride analyzers.

MILLENNIUM CONTROL COMPANY

NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS

P.O. Box 86034 Upper Oakvilie P.O., Oakvilie, ON L6H 5V6 (905)849-0794 Fax:(905)849-3797 Contact: Allan Hakaia, Operations Manager

6504 Bridge Point Pkwy., MS 52-04, Austin, TX 78730-5039 USA (512)794-5435,(800)433-3488 Fax:(512)794-5732

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Suppliers

iWs INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD.

342 Bayview Dr., P.O. Box 310, Barrie, ON L4M 4T5 (705)733-0111 Fax:(705)721-0138

Complete range of qualify submersible pumps and mixers, for water and wastewater handling. Pump station controls, the unique patented Flush Valve, and other equipment for increased efficiency and a cleaner station. ITT Flygf provides full engineering support to help in pump selection, station design and application problem-solving. There are sixteen ITT Flygf branches to serve you.

E-mail: iws@barint.on,ca Contact: John A. Flarris

Groundwater contractors, engineers and hydro-

geologists serving the groundwater industry in Canada for 65 years. Groundwater exploration, well design and construction, pump sales, rental and in stallation, well and pump maintenance, performance and efficiency assessments, wafer treatment and environmental services.

IWR TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

900-1281 W. Georgia St., Vancouver, BC V6E 3J7 (604)681-1688 Fax:(604)681-1638 Contact: Ramin Bogzaran JIM BARTLEY & ASSOCIATES

KRAEMER TOOL & MFG. COMPANY LTD. KRAEMER TOOL & MFG. CO. LTD.

75 Devon Road, Brampton, ON L6T 5A4 (800)443-6443(905)458-0400 Fax:(905)458-0688 Web Site: www.kraemerfool.com

Contact: Rosemarie Kraemer, VP

Kraemer Tool designs, manufactures and installs dust collection systems for wood, plastic,food stuffs, chemicals and cosmetics. Models range from very simple small units to very sophisticated, state-ofthe-art large dust collectors. We use polyester nee dle felt and polyester beane knits filter bags, plus 4 types of filter cartridges.

RR#1, Cookstown, ON L0L1L0

(705)458-1700 Fax:(705)458-1804 Contact: Jim Barfley, President

INTERON CORPORATION

620 Pennsylvania Dr., Exton, PA 19341 USA (610)321-0404 Fax:(610)321 -0409 Contact: Keith Gaspard, President

KSB

JOHN MEUNIER INC. 6290 Rue Perinault, Montreal, QC H4K 1K5

Web site: www.johnmeunier.com

INTERPROVINCIAL CORROSION CONTROL 930 Sheldon Crt., Burlington, ON L7L 5K6 (905)634-7751 Fax:(905)333-4313 Contact: Carl Shaver, Mgr., Customer Service Interprovincial Corrosion Control, the manufacturer of the Rustrol® Cathodic Isolator™, a unique device which effectively blocks the DC current required for cathodic protection, while providing a grounding path for AC Fault Current, Mitigation of induced AC Voltages, Lightning or other electrical disturbances.

Contact: Marie Meunier

Accelerated settlers, pressure filters, mechanical bar screens, screenings compactors, vortex grit re moval,flow regulators and sediment flushing tanks. JORY ENTERPRISES LIMITED

334-224 Janefield Ave., Guelph, ON N1G 2L6 (519)763-2256 Fax:(519)763-2256 Contact: John Jory, President

KSB PUMPS INC.

65 Queen St. W., #405, Toronto, ON M5H 2M5 (416)868-9049 Fax:(416)868-9406 Contact: Majid Hadavi, Sr. Application Engineer Submersible and Dry-Pit pumps for sewage, wastewater and de-watering applications. Mixers and agitators. Heat transfer oil pumps. Industrial and process pumps with extremely resistant material to corrosive and abrasive mediums. Boiler feed water

Akwh pipe ltd.

pumps up to 6000 gpm. and 4500 psig. TDM. 6507 Mississauga Rd., Mississauga, ON L5N 1A6

(905)858-0206 Pax:(905)858-0208 E-mail: kwhsales@kwhpipe.ca 173 I rd E Web site: kwhpipe.ca/kwhpipe Contact: Ted Taylor, Sales Manager Manufacturers of extruded high-den sity polyethylene HDPE 'Sclairpipe'.

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LAS International Woslowatcr/froihwaler Treatment Zeto-to-Low Energy Systems & Eqvgiinent

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IPEX INC.

J. STEWART MURRAY AGENCY

6810 Invader Cres., Mississauga, ON L5T 2B6 (905)795-6114 Fax:(905)670-1512 E-mail: ipexmarkefing@sympatico.ca Web site: www.ipexinc.com Contact: V. Sobot, Ntl. Mktg. & New Product Mgr. One of the largest suppliers of plastic pipe and fit tings in North America for the municipal, plumbing,

639 Borebank St., Winnipeg, MB R3N 1G1 (204)488-3885 Fax:(204)489-0129 E-mail: murag@mb.sympatico.ca

ON,and Bakersfield, CA. Produce the world's larg est diameter 63.0 inch O.D. pipe. Pressure ratings up to 300 psi.

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ISCO, INC.

4700 Superior Street, Lincoln, NE 68504 USA (800)228-4373 Fax:(402)465-3064 Contact: Rick Plies, Marketing Comm. Coordinator

ISCS

ISCS/INT'L. FIRE & GAS SALES & CONSULTING SERVICES INC.

68C Old Redding Rd., Epping, NH 03042 USA (603)679-8644 Fax:(603)679-8501 E-mail: MR030177@adl.com

VENTES

Web site: www.lasinternational.com

Contact: Stewart Murray, President Extremely low operating cost wastewater treatment systems that require no sludge handling or disposal, operate at a fraction of the cost of a conventional mechanical plant and generally cost 1/2 to 2/3 the total construction price. No-maintenance aeration diffusers are covered by a unique 20-year warranty.

JWC ENVIRONMENTAL

290 Paularino, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 USA (714)833-3888 Fax:(714)833-8858 Contact: Dienna Bocani, Lead Coordinator KAPPLER PROTECTIVE APPAREL & FABRICS

KECK INSTRUMENTS, INC. 1099 West Grand River Avenue, P.O. Box 345, Williamston, Ml 48895-9499 USA

labstreet

P.O. Box 122, Streefsville, ON L5M 2B7

(905)567-4451 Fax:(905)567-3919 Contact: Wayne Sceeles, President LAFARGE PRESSURE PIPE

5387 Bethesda Road, Stouffville, ON L4A 7X3 (905)640-5151 Fax:(905)640-5154 Contact: Martin Doran, Marketing Manager

Contact: Lori Allaire, Marketing

ITT A-C PUMP CANADA

KENAIDAN CONTRACTING LTD.

155 Dawson Road, Guelph, ON N1H 1A4 (519)824-7750 Fax:(519)824-7035 Contact: Janet Stanley

1275 Cardiff Blvd., Mississauga, ON L5S 1R1 (905)670-2660 Fax:(905)670-9172 Contact: Patrick Sammut, Mktg. & Bus. Dev. KING METAL FABRICATORS LTD.

219 Waverley Road, Dartmouth, NS B2X 2C3 (902)434-7110 Fax:(902)434-9478 Contact: Don Myers, President

LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

1790 Ironstone Dr., Burlington, ON L7L5V3 English:(800)265-5130 Fax:(905)332-1933 French:(800)361-2209 Fax:(514)923-1982 Contact: Dino Guidice, Dir. of Sales (Eng.) Jean LaTraverse, Dir. of Sales (Er.) LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL SOFTWARE

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LABCOR,distributor of Cole-Parmet®, Masterflex®, and Barnant® products, etc., provides instrument and technical products for the scientific, research and industrial communities. Over 35,000 products of fered including pH and conductivity meters, water sampling and testing equipment, and pressure and filtration apparatus. In-house repair facilities and a metrology lab provide NIST-traceable certified cali bration of temperature and humidity instruments and timers. Call for a free catalogue.

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PLC based or stand alone. ECO foam AFEF envi

300 Labrosse Ave., Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 4V5 (514)695-0100 Fax:(514)697-0602 Contact: Raymond Simond, Communications Mgr.

#10-55 Administration Road, Concord, ON L4K4G9

(800)363-5900,(905)761-7788 Fax:(905)761-7644

Contact: Stephane Rodrigue, Director of Sales

P.O. Box 490, Guntersville, AL 35976 USA

oxide, ISCS can supply a standard or custom ap proach to any problem.

SALES

JUSTRITE MANUFACTURING CO.

(205)505-4005 Fax:(205)505-4004 Contact: Karmen Lawson, Mktg. Comm. Coord.

class A and B fires. From rocket fuel to carbon mon

TECHNICAL

LABCOR TECHNICAL SALES INC.

2454 Dempster St., Des Plaines, IL 60016 USA

Contact: Monroe Roberts, President

ronmentally safe, non corrosive, can be used for

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Eire and gas detection and suppression systems,

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KOCH MEMBRANE SYSTEMS

850 Main St., Wilmington, MA 01887 USA (508)657-4250 Fax:(508)657-5208

250 Keats Way, Unit 18, Waterloo, ON N2L6J5 (519)746-6157 Fax:(519)746-0793 Contact: Jesse L. The, President

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Suppliers GUZZLER MANUFACTURING, INC.

575 N 37th Street, Birmingham, AL 35222 USA (205)591-2477 Fax:(205)591-2495 Contact: Kevin O'Brien, Marketing Manager

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H2FL0W EQUIPMENT INC.

80 Cariauren Rd., #24, Woodbridge, ON L4L 725 (905)264-2188 Fax:(905)264-2062

HOFFMAN INDUSTRIES OF CANADA

(416)763-4681 Fax:(416)763-0440 Contact: Robert Meats, Vice President

Multi-stage centrifugal compressors and exhausters to 45000 CFM at discharge pressures to 25 psig. or

19" Hg vacuum, for air and gas service. Floffman centrifugals have been operating in dozens of ap plications for more than 50 years.

E-maii: h2flow@idirect.com

Web Site: http://www.web.idirect.oom/2h2flow Contact: Michaei Albanese, Appiication Engineer Water and wastewater treatment equipment special izing in screening, filtration, separation, grinding, sludge dewatering, aeration, floatation (DAF), sequencing batch reactors (SBR), UV disinfection, odour control. Municipal and industrial treatment. Package treatment plants.

HACH COMPANY

5600 Lindbergh Dr., P.O. Box 389, Loveland, CO 80539 USA (970)669-3050 Fax:(970)669-2932 Contact: Mike Bryant, Sales & Mktg. Mgr., Canada Test kits, portable and laboratory instruments, and continuous on-line process instruments for testing critical water and soil quality parameters. Primary applications: drinking water, wastewater, environ mental waters,fisheries, beverages, and soils. Hach products and proven methods provide results ac curate enough for scientific research, yet are easy

.HOSKIN HOSKIN SCIENTIFIC LIMITED 4210 Morris Dr., Burlington, ON

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m needs!

HUWS CORPORATION

R.R,#1, Palgrave, ON LON IPO (519)942-1008 Fax:(519)942-1060 Contact: Alan Brooks, VP, Engineering

HYDRO DYNAMICS LTD.

6541 Mississauga Rd., Unit B, Mississauga, ON L5N 1A6 (800)361-3201 Fax;(905)858-3192

(514)332-0443 Fax:(514)745-0345

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2085 Piper Lane, London, ON N5V 385 (519)659-1144 Fax:(519)453-2182 E-maii: heathitd@wwdc.com Web site: www.heathltd.com

Contact: Gary Fricke, Ontario Sales Water leakage detection equipment, flow meters, wastewater samplers, confined space entry equip ment/training, pipe & cable locators, l&l studys,'C factortesting, ultrasonic flow meters, permanent/port able gas monitors, sales, rental, repairs, training.

INDACHEM

Division of Utility & Industrial Supply Ltd. 86 Guided Crt., #G, H & i Etobicoke, ON M9V 4K6 (416)743-3751 Fax:(416)743-2038 Contact: Brian Allen

Stranco "PoiyBlend" dry/liquid polymer feed systems and "Strantroi HRR"chiorination/dechiorination and

BNR process controllers; Water Champ gas/liquid chemical inductioh and mixing systems; NuTech odour control technology; Superior gas chlorinators/ sulfonators; Alfa Laval Sharpies centrifuges.

INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION

HYDROCLAVE SYSTEMS CORP.

1371 Middle Road, Kingston, ON K7L5H6 (613)545-1933 Fax:(613)547-4521 Contact: Alien Meherg, Dir. of Administration

3360 Sarteion, Montreal, QC H4R 1E4

HEATH CONSULTANTS LIMITED

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(905)641-2323 Fax:(905)641-3601 Contact: J. Chris Polls, Corp. Product Manager Environment Canada's Environmental Technology Verification program has certified (June 1997) Im biber Beads® as an absorbent polymer engineered to imbibe/absorb a broad range of organic chemi cals. Imbiber Beads® are solid, spherical particles approximately 200-300 microns in diameter. They are unaffected by water and once contacted by a compatible organic liquid will swell up to 3 times their original diameter and absorb up to 27 volumes of the organic liquid.

E-mail: hoskinb@binatech.on.ca

Contact: Wendy Gnish, Advertising We provide excellent instrumentation including: Turner Designs fluorometer, Lakewood loggers, CSO event recorders, WTW single and multi-pa rameter meters, HOBO and StowAway inexpensive, miniature, multi-channel dataloggers including event and state applications. We have products to meet your groundwater needs Including bailers, dipmeters and sampling pumps. Call us for your monitoring

HAZCO CANADA, INC.

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58 Bertal Road, Toronto, ON M6H 3K4

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Contact: Frank Woiever, President

INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION

14845-6 Yonge St., #197, Aurora, ON L4G 6H8 (800)338-3287 Fax:(800)788-8383 Contact: Scott Hayzeiden, Canadian Manager industrial Scientific Corporation designs and manu factures precision portable and fixed gas detection/ measuring instruments and air filtration systems for greater safety in potentially hazardous environ ments. i.S.C. is the first gas monitoring instrument

HYDROLAB CORPORATION

manufacturer to be certified under the strict iS09001

P.O. Box 50116, Austin, TX 78763 USA

Quality Standard and all monitors and accessories are CSA approved.

(800)949-3766(512)255-8841 Fax:(512)255-3106 HYDRO-LOGIC ENVIRONMENTAL

762 Upper James St., #250, Hamilton, ON L9C 3A2 (905)777-8678 Fax:(905)777-9494 Contact: George S. Pastoric HYDROPHILIC INDUSTRIES LTD.

5721B Production Way, Langley, BC V3A4N5 (604)530-7633 Fax:(604)533-2552

INDUSTRY CANADA

799B-235 Queen St., Environmental Aff. Ottawa, ON K1A0H5 INFICON

2 Technology Place, E. Syracuse, NY 13057-9714 USA (800)223-0633 Fax:(315)434-2520 Contact: Mike Neweil, Sales Manager

HY-GRADE PRECAST CONCRETE

2411 First Street S., St. Catharines, ON L2R 6P7

Insituform

(800)229-8568 Fax:(905)684-8560 Contact: Peter Beianger, Sales Manager

Technologies Urnited

HERSEY MEASUREMENT CO.

IBR

INSITUFORM TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED

P.O. Box 4585, Spartanburg, SC 29305 USA (800)845-2102 Fax:(864)578-7308

P.O. Box 250, Grass Lake, Ml 49240 USA

7605 -18 Street, Box 5827, Stn. South, Edmonton,

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AB TOE 6P9 (403)413-0200 Fax:(403)413-0777

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HIL TECHNOLOGY, INC. 94 Hutchins Drive, Portland, Maine 04102 USA

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Airport Rd., P.O. Box 3407, Mankato, MN 56002 USA (507)625-6621 Fax:(507)625-9124 HI-POINT INDUSTRIES (1991) LTD. 141 Sunset Dr., P.O. Box 779, Bishop's Falls, NF AOH 1C0 (709)258-6274 Fax:(709)258-5905 Contact: Bill Butler, President HOBBS-MILLER'MAAT INC.

3-1500 Quadra, Victoria, BC V8N 6K8

Office Solutions

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Contact: Mark Brand, Technical Sales Engineer insituform Technologies Ltd.(ITL)is the world leader In trenchiess rellning technologies with over 26 years and over 40 million feet of experience. ITL can re

IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS

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6500 Viscount Road, Mississauga, ON L4V 1H3 (905)677-0061,(416)675-9100 Fax:(905)677-7569

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INSITUFORM TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 702 Spirit 40 Park Drive, Chestertieid, MO 63005 USA (800)234-2992 Fax:(314)519-8010 Contact: MIcheie Lucas, Marketing Manager

Contact: Tom Bennett, Eng. Market Specialist OCE high volume photocopiers/duplicators. Digital reprographic devices, stand alone and networked systems, including full colour and black and white photocopiers. Manufacturers include Ricoh, Toshiba,OCE,Panasonic, and Konica. Facility man agement and outsourcing services available from your mailroom to network solutions.

INTEGRA ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

5035 North Service Rd., #C7, Burlington, ON L7L 5V2 (905)336-2096 Fax:(905) 336-8694 Contact: Marc Bajzik, Sales Manager

(250)389-0404 Fax:(250)389-0409 Contact: John Ciouston

IMAGE INSPECTION SERVICES LTD.

INTELEX TECHNOLOGIES INC.

2651 Fonthil! Dr., Oakviile, ON L6J 7H5

723 - 46th Ave., S.E., Calgary, AB T2G 2A4 (403)287-1053 Fax:(403)243-4564

93 Skyway Ave., #101, Etobicoke, ON M9W 6C7 (416)679-0119 Fax:(416)679-0168

Contact: Paul Varro, President

Contact: Michael Hornick

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Suppliers FLUOR DANIEL GTI CANADA, INC. 10200, boul. Louis-H.-Lafontaine, Anjou. QC H1J 2T3 (514)353-6939 Fax:(514)353-1136 Contact: Eric Denman, Dir., Canadian Operations

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FLUORESCENT LAMP RECYCLERS INC.

101 Holiday inn Dr., #E, Cambridge, ON N3C 1Z3 I-800-324-9018 Fax:(519)651-1015

E-mail: enviromic@jupiter. execulink.com Contact: David McRae, Dir., Sales & Marketing identification and quanitification of Cryptosporidium, Giardia, Coli, nitrogen and sulphur cycle biofouling microorganisms, pathogen detection, water/wastewater effluent quality analysis. Disinfection efficacy analysis, bathing beach water quality (rapid E. Coli), pollution source identification - human vs animal, bioremediation bench studies, microbiological air monitoring biotracer studies, expert witness.

II-30 Royal Crest Crt., Markham, ON L3R 9W8 Contact: Robert Elliott, Ind. Manager FOLIO INSTRUMENTS INC.

3-262 Manitou Dr., Kitchener, ON N2C 1L3

GLI INTERNATIONAL, INC. 9020 W. Dean Rd., Milwaukee, Wi 53224 USA

(414)355-3601 Fax:(414)355-8346 Contact: Fred Kohimann, Marketing Services Mgr.

11257 Coloma Rd., Gold River, CA 95670 USA

(916)638-3429 Fax:(916)638-3270 Contact: John Dickerman, President

FLUOROSENSE INC.

FMC OF CANADA LIMITED

Contact: W. David Martin

GLOBAL WATER

Contact: Tom Maxwell

200 - 575 West Hunt Club Rd., Nepean, ON K2G5W5 (613)224-1192 Fax:(613)224-0256 Contact: David Frere, instrumentation Engineer

G.E.T. INDUSTRIES INC.

P.O. Box 640, Brampton. ON L6V 2L6 (905)451-9900 Fax:(905)451-5376

GL&V ONTARIO INC.

GEA PROCESS TECHNOLOGY CANADA, INC. 5353 John Lucas Dr., Burlington, ON L7L6G5 (905)319-3900 Fax:(905)319-3903 Contact: Gary Forkes, Sales Engineer Sales and application engineering support plus field service and spare parts for Westfalia separator and Niro Hysep decanter. Centrifuges for sludge thick ening and dewatering.

174 West Street South, Oriilia, ON L3V 6L4

(705)325-6181 Fax:(705)325-3363 Contact: Alien W. Vivian G.O. ENVIRONMENTAL

1295 N.W. 163 St., Miami, FL 33169 USA

(305)621-2882 Fax:(305)621-1710 Contact: Dan Schaaf, Sales Manager

(519)748-4612 Fax:(519)748-1535 Contact: Gord Howes, V.P.

GENEO INC.

FOREST TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS LTD.

8047 Jarry St. E., Montreal, QC H1J 1H6 (514)354-2511 Fax:(514)354-6948

113-2924 Jaoklin Rd., Victoria, BC V9B 3Y5

Contact: Maurice Parise, President

(800)548-4264(250)478-5561 Fax:(250)478-8579 Contact: Vanessa Greebe, Marketing Manager

GORMAN-RUPP OF CANADA LIMITED 70 Burweli Rd., St. Thomas, ON N5P 3R7

GENERAL CARBON CORPORATION

742 Gordon Baker Rd., North York, ON M2H 3B4

FORESTRY SUPPLIERS, INC. 205 W. Rankin St., P.O. Box 8397, Jackson, MS USA

39284-8397 (601)354-3565 Fax:(601)355-5126 (800)647-5368 Fax:(800)543-4203 FOURNIER INDUSTRIES INC.

325, Boul Frontenac, Black Lake, QC G6H 2B5

(514)453-8214 Fax:(514)453-1048 Contact: Johannes Buermans, Reg. Sales Coor. FRED CRESSMAN SALES INC.

264 Sunview St., Waterloo, ON N2L3V9

(519)884-3225 Fax:(519)884-1326 Contact: Fred Cressman, President FRESH N' CLEAN INDOOR AIR

P.O. Box 2057, Swan River, MB ROL 1Z0

(306)595-2372

FRONTENAC

(416)490-6564 Fax:(416)490-0974 Contact: John Dragasevich, Representative

(519)631-2870 Fax:(519)631-4624 Contact: Alex J. McCoubrey, Adv. Manager GPEC INTERNATIONAL LTD.

2880 Sheffield Road, Unit 3, Ottawa, ON K1B 1A4

(613)747-1788 Fax:(613)747-0520

GENERAL CHEMICAL CANADA LTD.

201 City Centre Dr., Mississauga, ON L5B 3A3 (800)361-5308(905)566-3854 Fax:(905)276-6594 Contact: Velio Erics, Water Treatment Chemicals

GRANDE, NOVAC & ASSOCIATES INC.

3532 Ashby St., Montreal, QC H4W 2C1 (514)339-1131 Fax:(514)339-9720 Contact: Gabriel Novae, President

GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP

118 Rutherford Road S., Brampton, ON L6W 3J5 (905)454-3511 Fax:(905)454-2811 Contact: Frank Apollinaro, Sales GEONICS LIMITED

8-1745 Meyerside Dr., Mississauga, ON L5T 106 (905)670-9580 Fax:(905)670-9204 Contact: Mike Catalano, Technical Sales Rep.

GREATARIO ENGINEERED STORAGE SYSTEMS LTD. P.O. Box 3613, Gueiph, ON N1H 6P1 (519)763-5933 Fax:(519)763-0293 Contact: Nelson Ward, Sales & Marketing We can provide a complete storage and mixing sys tem, including: Aquastore® tanks from A.O. Smith

GEOPHYSICS GPR INTERNATIONAL

Engineered Products, Inc.; JetMix® Vortex mixing

2545 Delorimier St., Longueuil, QC J4K 3P7 (800)672-4774(514)679-2400 Fax:(514)521-4128 Contact: Jean-Marc Crespy

systems for both new and existing biosoiids and di gester tanks; Fiat and geodesic aluminum covers for new or existing steel and concrete tanks.

FRONTENAC ENV. LTD.

6 Bram Crt., Brampton, ON LOW 3R6 (905) 457-5145 Fax:(905)457-1730 Contact: Keith Wright Distribution of industrial and municipal equipment for screening, grit removal, aeration, sludge dewatering and handling, odour control, CSO con trol and treatment, oil/water separation, package water treatment and disinfection. Replacement parts for water screen, bar screens, pumps, classifiers, sand filters and conveyors. Filter sand and acti

GEO-SLOPE INTERNATIONAL

#1400, 633 - 6th Ave. S.W., Calgary. AB T2P 2Y5 (403)269-2002 Fax:(403)266-4851 Contact: J. Paul Bryden, information Architect GEOSOFT INC.

85 Richmond St. W., Toronto, ON M5H 209

(416)369-0111 Fax:(416)369-9599 Contact: Angela Lennox, Env. Account Rep.

vated carbon. FRYSTON CANADA

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GEOSTRUCTURE INSTRUMENTS INC.

1410 boul. Taschereau, B-200, La Prairie, QC

M9C 4V3 Contact: Murray Hirons, General Mgr.

J5R4E8 (514)444-8420 Fax:(514)444-8422 E-maii: geostructure@roctest.com Contact: Jacques Bourbonnais, President The company supplies a full range of equipment for

600 Louis Dr., #202, Warminster, PA 18974 USA

(215)672-8176 Fax:(215)672-8708 Contact: Melissa Honert, Advertising Manager GAP ENVIROMICROBIAL SERVICES INC.

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USA (630)543-9444 Fax:(630)543-1169 Contact: Gary Wilhite, Director of Sales GREENLAND CORPORATION

2415 - 2nd Ave. A North, Lethbridge, AB T1J 3Y4 (403)328-3111 Fax:(403)329-5480 Contact: Bill Moses, Manager, Administration

MANAGERS LTD.

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P.O. Box 278, Etobicoke Stn. A, Etobicoke, ON

GALAXY ENVIRONMENTAL CORPORATION

315 South Stewart Ave., Addison, IL 60101-3300

GREEN-PORT ENVIRONMENTAL

30-7370 Bramalea Rd., Mississauga, ON L5S 1N6 (905)612-0566 Fax:(905)612-0575 Contact: Jackie Kennedy, Sales Manager FULTON HYDRAULICS INC.

GREAT LAKES

ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.

16 Melanie Drive, Brampton, ON L6T 4K9 (800)421-8338,(905)799-2777 Fax:(905)458-1702 Contact: Marc Mittleman, VP, Operations GREENWARE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

145 King St. E., Suite 200, Toronto, ON M5C 2Y8 (416)363-5577 Fax:(416)367-2653 Contact: Carine Seider, Marketing & Sales Rep.

the characterization and remediation of contami nated soils,

it also offers state-of-the-art UV ab

sorption on-line analyzers for the water and wastewater industry including ammonia, nitrate and organic pollution monitors, it is a leader in field au tomation and remote monitoring for various appli cations such as landfill sites, regional water quality, dam structural behavior, meteorology, water distri bution and sewer systems.

GREYLINE INSTRUMENTS INC.

16456 Sixsmith Dr., Long Sault, ON KOC IPO (613)938-8956 Fax:(613)938-4857 Contact: Ernest Higginson, V.P, Marketing GU MANHOLE LINERS LTD.

26020 - 31B Ave., Aldergrove, BC V4W 2Z6 (604)856-1543 Fax:(604)856-9032

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ECODYNE LIMITED

2201 Speers Rd., Oakville, ON L6L 2X9 (905)827-9821 Fax:(905)827-8428 E-mail: info@ecodyne.com Web site: www.ecodyne.com Contact: Paul Kitchen, General Sales Manager Ecodyne's 40 years experience in Lamella Settlers includes single installations up to 90 MGD,treating a variety ot raw waters including Great Lakes wa ter. Custom designs are available with plastic or stainless steel plates, galvanized or SS self-sup porting troughs. No field assembly, no maintenance required. You can't settle tor less.

ECO LOGIC-0#0

Contact: Andre Osborne, Munlc. Product Manager EIMCO Process Equipment is a global leader in process systems tor the treatment ot water and wastewater. Speciaiizing in claritiers & thickeners, dissolved air flotation, granular media filters, bio logical oxidation treatment, anaerobic digester cov ers & mixers, sludge dewatering equipment.

ENVIRO SOURCE SYSTEMS, INC. 2499 Rice St., #245, St. Paul, MN 55113-3724 USA (612)486-8955 Fax:(612)486-8957 Contact: Jeff Thielen, President ESCE INC.

12080 Lavigne St., Montreal, QC H4J 1Y2 (514)376-8000 Fax:(514)376-8610

ELEMENTAL CONTROLS LIMITED

200 Evans Ave., Suite 14, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 1J7 (416)251-4917 Fax:(416)251-5328 Contact: Keith Grattan, Technical Consultant

ELMRIDGE ENGINEERING INC. 3625 Weston Rd.,#15 & 16, Weston, ON M9L1V9 (416)749-7730 Fax:(416)749-2550 Contact: Strachan Bowen, Sales Manager

ESKO ENVIRONMENTAL

A division of ESKO Industries Ltd.

220-340 Brooksbank Ave., North Vancouver, BC V7J 2C1 1-800-665-ESKO (604)984-4201 Fax:(604)984-6562 Contact: Bob Lowden, Division Manager ESSA TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

300-1765 8th Ave. W., Vancouver, BC V6J 5C6

(604)733-2996 Fax:(604)733-4657

EGG LOGIC

143 Dennis St., Rockwood, ON NOB 2K0

(519)856-9591 Fax:(519)856-9235 E-mail: sales@eco-loglc-lntl.com Web site: www.eco-logic-intl.com Contact: Martin V. Hassenbach, Sr. Sales Rep. Destruction ot PCBs using the ECO LOGiC Proc ess. Developed as an alternative to incineration, this technology is not limited by concentration or waste type. Commercial plants are operating in Canada as weil as Australia. Eco Logic is currently working with Toronto Hydro to help make Toronto PCB-tree.

Elsag Bailey ELSAG BAILEY (CANADA) INC. 134 Nortinch Dr., Toronto, ON MSN 1X7

(416)667-9800 Fax:(416)667-9816 E-mail: solomonsl@bailey.ca Web site: www.bailey.ca Contact: Ivan Solomons, Sr. Product Manager Ministry and EPA certifiable in-situ continuous emis sions monitoring systems and opacity monitors. pH, ORP and dissolved oxygen analysers. Full range otchlorlnators, dechlorinators, ammoniators and as

ECOLO ODOR CONTROL SYSTEMS WORLDWIDE

1222 Fewster Dr., #9, MIsslssauga, ON L4W 1A1 (905)625-8664 Fax:(905)625-8892

sociated analysers. Complementary range ot mag netic tlowmeters,transmitters and controllers to pro vide complete solutions tor industrial and municipal

FABRICATED PLASTICS LIMITED FABRICATED PLASTICS LIMITED

2175 Teston Rd., Maple, ON L6A 1T3 (905)832-8161 Fax:(905)832-2111 E-mail: into@tabricatedplastics.com Web site: www.tabricatedplastics.com Contact: Greg Landry, Vice President, Sales Custom fabrication ot chemical and pollution con trol equipment in reinforced plastics(FRP),thermopiastics and dual laminate armoured thermoplas tics. Pipe, tanks, scrubbers, hoods, launders, duct and cooling towers. Fuli stock ot catalogued prod ucts tor Industry.

water and waste treatment.

FANSHAWE COLLEGE

Contact: Ian Howard, Vice President ENCO-TEC ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY

Woodstock Campus,369 Finkle St., Woodstock, ON N4V 1A3 (519)421-0144 Fax:(519)539-3870

ECO PROCESS & EQUIPMENT INC.

SYSTEMS LTD.

Contact: Sheri Knott

3330 Des Entreprises Blvd., Terrebonne, DC J6X4J8 (514)477-7879 Fax:(514)477-7880

21339, Hwy. #2, RR#7, Amherst, NS B4H 3Y5 (902)661-6890 Fax:(902)661-6892 Contact: John Morrissey, President

Contact: Marcel Brault, Vice President ECO WASTE SOLUTIONS INC.

ENMET CANADA LTD.

5195 Harvester Rd., #6, Burlington, ON L7L 6E9 (905)634-7022 Fax:(905)634-0831 Contact: Lucy Casacia, Managing Director

2495 Raines Rd., MIsslssauga, ON L4Y 1Y7 (905)276-2202 Fax:(905)277-2588 Contact: Greg Reeves, Manager

ECOWERKS TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION

ENVIROCAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT

FEBCO BACKFLOW PREVENTION

P.O. Box 8070, Fresno, CA 93747-8070 USA (209)252-0791 Fax:(209)453-9030 F.E. MYERS

269 Trillium Dr., Kitchener, ON N2G 4W5

(519)748-5470 Fax:(519)748-2553 Contact: Ken Shane

140 Woodbridge Ave., #400, Woodbridge, ON L4L 4K9 (905)264-2993 Fax:(905)856-9017 Contact: Andrew Hellebust, Project Engineer

EQUIPMENT CQMPANY LTD.

26 McCauley Dr., Bolton, ON L7E 5E8 (905)880-2418 Fax:(905)880-2327 Contact: Chet Karpowicz

EDWARD H. POPE LTD.

10 Imperial Court, Brampton, ON LOT 4X4 Contact: Larry Pope, Marketing Manager

ENVIROMEGA INC.

7 Innovation Drive, #245, Flamborough, ON L9H 7H9 (905)689-4410 Fax:(905)689-7040 Contact: Hugh Monteith, Manager ot Operations

FIERA MILANO INTERNATIONAL SPA

31st Mostra Convegno Expocomtort March 25-29, 1998, Milan, Italy Tel: -r-r39.2/485501 Fax: -r-r39.2/48005450 FILTER INNOVATIONS INC.

744 Gordon Baker Rd., North York, ON M2H 3B4

(416)490-7848 Fax:(416)490-0974 Contact: John Dragasevlch, President

ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION EER CANADA

58-1271 Denlson St., Markham, ON L3R 4B5

(905)946-1732 Fax:(905)946-8680

FIREZORB INTERNATIONAL INC.

143 BordenAve., Belmont, ON NOLI BO

H1J 1H5

(905)853-6600(519)644-2600 Fax:(519)644-2602

(514)493-4801 Fax:(514)493-4204 E-mall: erec@jonchon.net Contact: Angelo DIadelto, President ERE specializes in supplying, install ing, maintaining and repairing equip ment necessary tor the monitoring and

E-mail: airemlsslons@eercanada.com Web Site: www.eercanada.com

Contact: Dusanka Filipovic, President Specializes in air quality management - measure ment, prevention, control - tor compliance, emissions inventories, audits, baseline testing, equipment/ process performance verification; Source testing of air toxics, continuous emission monitoring; Speoiation ot mercury, TRS, VOC; Emission factor development, computational modelling; Power sys tems engineering, boiler efficiency assessment, combustion optimization, NOx/SOx emission con trol technologies.

EQUIPMENT

8032 Jarry Est., Montreal, QC

Contact: Peter Lorimer FIRING INDUSTRIES LTD.

P.O. Box 24020, Stn. Main, St. Catharines, ON

L2R 7P7 (905)688-0962 Fax:(905)688-6643 Contact: Heather Scott

remediation ot air, water and soil. Instruments in

clude air and water quality monitors, and hydrological/meteorological instrumentation (al l with datalogging and telemetry options). Some reme dial systems include dual-phase extraction, air/wa ter treatment, pumps and skimmers.

FLUIDYME FLUIDYNE CORPORATION

2816 West First St., Cedar Falls, lA 50613 USA ENVIRONMENTAL SOFTWARE ASSOCIATES LTD.

(319)266-9967 Fax:(319)277-6034

99 Atlantic Ave., Suite 402, Toronto, ON M6K 3J8

(416)516-2337 Fax:(416)516-2837 Contact: Michael Goodtellow, App. Developer

Fluidyne equipment and technology tor wastewater treatment Includes tree-standing degrltters, jet aeration/mlxlng systems and Sequencing Batch Reac tors. Fluidyne SBRs provide efficient, reliable and

EIMCO PROCESS EQUIPMENT

ENVIRONMENTAL TRAINING INSTITUTE

economical advanced wastewater treatment with

5155 Creekbank Rd., MIsslssauga, ON L4W 1X2 (905)625-6070 Fax:(905)625-3519 Web site: www.bakerhughes.com/elmco

14 Milburn Drive, Fonthill, ON LOS 1E4

minimal in-basin equipment. Fluidyne SBRs have won State and National USEPA awards tor perform

EIMCO

A Division ofBaker Hughes Canada Inc.

(905)892-1177 Fax:(905)892-1177 Contact: Peter Van Caulart, Director ot Training

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Contact: Eric Mandt

ance excellence.

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Denso

Dur-

CULLIGAN NORTHWORKS WATER LIMITED

DENSO NORTH AMERICA INC.

DUR-PRO

171 Bysham Park, Woodstock, ON N4S 8Y4 (519)421-0341 Fax:(519)421-0342

75 Shields Court, Unit 3, Markham, ON L3R 9T4 (905)940-8255 Fax:(905)940-8258

255 Montcalm N., Candiac, QC J5R 3L6

Contact: Ron Huibers, President

Contact: Joel Pepin, National Sales Manager Pipes, flanges, valves and fittings can be burled but not forgotten. Corrosion will attack and repairs can be costly. So protect your valuable assets with Denso Tape and Profiling Mastic. It's long-lasting

Equipment for onsite reuse of industrial process wastewater. Complete range of water treatment equipment for industrial and municipal applications includes softeners, carbon and depth filtration, mem brane technology - reverse osmosis, nano, ultra and micro filtration, Ion exchange deionizatlon systems and portable exchange D/l. Sen/Ices: Operations sen/ices - industrial and municipal, preventive main tenance programs, water use reduction programs.

(514)659-7781 Fax:(514)659-0805

Contact: Sharon Durepos, Director, Marketing Water filtration and treatment products as well as guidance for Industry - DAF (Dur-Flote), Filtomat (self-cleaning filters), reverse osmosis, softeners, Dl, sand, filter aids (diatomaceous earth).

protection that's easy to apply. DURR ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. 14492 North Sheldon Road, P.O. Box 701608

Plymouth, Ml 48170 USA (313)207-8500 Fax:(313)207-8930 Contact: Amy B. McMahon, Marketing Coordinator

DERRICK CORPORATION DERRICK CORPORATION

OAGEX DAGEX INC.

4141 Yonge St., #307, North York, ON M2P 2A8 (416)250-7111 Fax:(416)250-8111 Contact: David A. Griffiths, President, Tech. Sales Continuous backwash sand filters, screening ma chines, clarlfiers, filters, laminary parallel plate set tlers, thickeners, wastewater treatment package plants (mobile containers).

590 Duke Rd., Buffalo, NY 14225 USA

DUSKE ENGINEERING CO., INC.

(716)683-9010 Fax:(716)683-4991 Contact: David Ziegelhofer, Director, Mrktg. & Sales Since the early 1950's, Derrick Corporation has been producing innovative screening equipment at the Buffalo, New York headquarters. Today, we are con sidered a world leader in the design and manufac ture of machines used in a wide range of screening applications, from 3/8" range to 400 mesh (US). Derrick designs Its units to solve the specific de mands of the wastewater, mining, chemical, plas tics, specialty materials and oil drilling industries.

10700 W. Venture Drive, Franklin, Wl 53132 USA

(414)529-0240 Fax:(414)529-0362 Contact: Will Duske, President DYNAMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES CORP.

3650 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC V6S 2L2

(604)222-5590 Fax:(604)222-5545 Contact: Raymond McAllister, Director of Comm.

SAFE'T'STOR Pâ&#x20AC;&#x17E; DYNAVENT Industries p

DALIMAR INSTRUMENTS INC.

193 Joseph Carrier, Vaudreuil-Dorion, QC J7V 5V5 (514)424-0033 Fax:(514)424-0030

Terra H Tec

DYNAVENT INDUSTRIES INC.

Trade Fair and Forum for Environment Markets

1825 Power St., Drummondville, QC J2C 5X4

DALITEK INC.

DESSAUER AND COMPANY LIMITED

6580 Davand Dr., #4, MIssissauga, ON L5T 2M3 (905)795-8841 Fax:(905)795-9141 Contact: David Lister, President

15 McMurrich St., #1103, Toronto, ON M5R 3M6 (416)960-0018 Fax:(416)927-0095

(819)474-5500 Fax:(819)474-4072 E-mail: dynavent@sympatlco.ca Contact: Denis O'Reilly, President Manufacturer of the SAFE "T" STOR. Approved buildings and cabinets for the safe storage of haz ardous materials with secondary confinement. Spe cialized buildings from a 500 drums modular stor age and paint line unit to a liquid chlorine transfer station. Full line of polyethylene spill containment products including handling equipment. Full line of approved tanks for petroleum and hazardous prod

Contact: Maria LoibI, Vice President TerraTec - International Trade Fair for Environmen

DANATEC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LTD.

1410-800 6th Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB T2P 3G3 (403)232-6950 Fax:(403)232-6952

tal Technologies and Energy, Leipzig, Germany, March 2-5,1999. Meeting point of internafional im portance for the development of new markets and the presentation of modern environmental technolo gies. TerraTec '99 covers all fields of the Industry, with special emphasis on Central and Eastern Eu ropean markets, as well as the Energy Utilization.

ucts.

Contact: Ron Martin, President DAVIDSON ENVIRONMENTAL

RR#1 (Bast Place), Waterloo, ON N2J 4G8 (519)664-1422 Fax:(519)664-1412

DIVERSIFIED REMEDIATION CONTROLS, INC. 21801 Industrial Blvd., Rogers, MN 55374 USA (612)428-3000 Fax:(612)428-3660 Contact: Steven Fox, Sales Representative

Contacts: Bill Davidson, Diane Parnham

4b EAGLEBROOK' INC.

EAGLEBROOK INC.

DIVERSIFIED WASTE SOLUTIONS

100 Macintosh Blvd., Concord, ON L4K 4P3

DAVIS CONTROLS LTD.

385 The West Mall, #257, Etobicoke, ON M9C 1E7

2200 Bristol Circle, Oakvllls, ON L6H 5R3

(416)621-1779 Fax:(416)622-4130 Contact: Don Wright

(905)761-6361 Fax:(905)761-6366 Within North America: 1(888)USE-IRON Contact: Sydney Chen, President Eaglebrook, Inc. Is North America's leading marketer of inorganic Iron salts for odour and corrosion con trol, phosphate removal, sludge conditioning and enhanced coagulation. The company provides a complete line of iron-based salts including ferrous

(905)829-2000 Fax:(905)829-2630 Contact: Barbara Smith, Executive Assistant

DRAEGER CANADA LTD.

DECTRON, INC. 4300 Poirier Blvd., Montreal, QC H4R 2C5

(514)334-9609 Fax:(514)334-9184

7565 Danbro Cres., MIssissauga, ON L5N 6P9 (905)821-8988 Fax:(905)821-2565 Contact: Lynn Scharfe, Marketing Sales Assistant

chloride, ferric chloride, ferrous sulfate and ferric DEEP SHAFT TECHNOLOGY INC.

700-1207 11 Ave. SW, Calgary, AB T3C 0M5 (403)244-5340 Fax:(403)245-5156 Contact: LyIe G. Cuthbert, President

V

sulfate.

ec ECC/CALGON CANADA INC.

O OrpovEi'tlon

D-TEC CORPORATION

11523 South 60th St., Omaha, NE 68133 USA

Degremoiit DEGREMONT INFILCO LTD.

160-D Saint-Joseph Blvd., Laohine, QC H8S 2L3 (514)634-8011 Fax:(514)634-3102 Contact: Daniel Richard

Water and wastewater treatment equipment and processes for both municipal and industrial appli cations. DELTA EQUIPMENT

(402)331-5933 Fax:(402)331-2813 Web site: www.dteccorp.com Contact: Deborah Budin, President D-Tec Corporation has designed and produces a remote portable water sampling system for field use that takes a 'first flush' sample and maintains sam ple Integrity with minimal human effort. The ELS (Environmental Liquid Sampler) Is a mechanically operated device (without complicated and expen sive electronic controls) that allows for repeat sam pling of stormwater runoff from various locations, in dustrial areas, landfills, agricultural areas. Rugged design, lightweight, easy-to-use, simple to maintain.

A division of PBH Industries Ltd.

2400 Wyecroft Rd., Unit 4, Oakville, ON L6L 6M8 (905)827-9312 Fax:(905)827-9318 Contact: Peter Hajek, President Pumps, mixers,tanks, gauges, valves and controls. 56

DUPONT CANADA INC.

P.O. Box 2200, Streetsville, MIssissauga, ON L5M 2H3 (905)821-5860 Fax:(905)821-5177 Contact: Heather Byrne, Marketing Manager

7895 Tranmere Dr., #213-214, MIssissauga, ON L5S 1V9 (905)405-1084 Fax:(905)405-0998

ECKEL INDUSTRIES OF CANADA LIMITED

P.O. Box 776, 100 Allison Ave., Morrisburg, ON KOC 1X0 (800)563-3574 Fax:(613)543-4173 E-mail: eckel@eckel.ca

Web site: www.eckel.ca/eckel

Contact: B. Noon, General Manager Noise control products and systems. Machinery enclosures, barriers, and room sound absorption. Acoustic materials for dampening and reducing equipment noise. Hearing conservation and acous tic research rooms for audlologlcal testing and anachoir chambers for product development and research.

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CANADIAN ENVIRO-COURSES LTD.

CARSEN GROUP INC.

CMS GROUP INC.

185 Snow Blvd., #200,

Concord, ON L4K 4N9

rue

(905)660-7580 Fax:(905)660-0243 E-maii:

31 Ridge Valley Drive, Bracebridge, ON P1L 1L3 (705)645-9570 Fax:(705)645-9570 Contact: Dave ave Durant, uurani, President

151 Teison Road, Markham, ON L3R 1E7

(905)479-4100 Fax:(905)479-2595 Contact: Merv Little, Advertising Manager

AC. CANADIAN Safety Equipment mc.

CARTIER CHEMICALS LTD.

445 21E Ave., Lachine, OC H8S 3T8 Contact: E. Robins, President

CANADIAN SAFETY EQUIPMENT INC.

111-2465 Cawthra Rd., Mississauga, ON L5A3P2 (800)265-0182(905)949-2741 Fax:(905)272-1866 E-maii: cse@idirect.com

VYeb Site: www.cdnsafety.com Contact: Ross Fiumphry Ontario's single source for ail your confined space entry needs with a full range of products including SCBAs, breathing air systems, gas detection, com munication, manhole accessories, shelters, venti

lators, heater/blowers, manhole cover lifters, light ing, thermal imagers, barriers, shields, mandown alarms and lone worker monitors. CANADIAN WORCESTER CONTROLS

20 Mid Dominion Acres, Scarborough, ON M1S4A5 (416)298-1671 Fax:(416)298-8330 Contact: John Faulkner, Customer Service Mgr.

N^M

CD NOVA LTD.

control.

Web site: www.rotordisk.com

Contact: Peter Ruddy, Sales Manager Manufacture and sales of Rotordisk^" Rotating Bio logical Contactor wastewater treatment systems in various sizes, Bioscrub™, an adaptation of RBC technology for odour control and VOC removal, and our patented Bouyant Upfiow Gravity, Self-cleaning (B.U.G.S.) filter for the reduction of suspended sol

CEILCOTE CANADA AIR POLLUTION

CANADA INC.

CONTROL LTD.

1195 Meyerside Dr., Units 6 & 7, Mississauga, ON L5T 1H3 (905)795-0520 Fax:(905)795-0530 Contact: John Tansey, Sales Director CERTA INC.

3350 Fairview St.,#3-165, Burlington, ON L7N3L5 (905)336-3822 Fax:(905)336-3844 Contact: Patricia Foster CHEMICAL SAFETY

5901 Christie Ave., #208, Emeryville, CA 946081932 USA (510)594-1000 Fax:(510)594-1100 Contact: Sybil Kelly, Marketing Representative

CHEMLINE

o Plastics Limited

COLGATE-PALMOLIVE 6400 Northwest Dr., Mississauga, ON L4V 1K1 (905)678-3707 Fax:(905)678-0898 Contact: Gord M. Thompson, National Bus. Mgr. Javex-12 for water disinfection, wastewater treat

ment, odour control, cyanide removal, and general sanitation and disinfection. COLOGNE INTERNATIONAL TRADE SHOWS

1410-480 University Ave., Toronto, ON M5G 1V2 (416)598-3343 Fax:(416)598-1840 Contact: Edei Wichmann, Manager COLUMBIA GEOSYSTEMS

1415 28thSt.N.E., Calgary, AB T2A2P6 (403)273-5152 Fax:(403)235-6864 Contact: Pat E. Donahoe, Sales & Marketing Mgr. COMENCO SYSTEMS INC.

CHEMLINE PLASTICS LIMITED

46-60 Pippin Road, Concord, ON L4K 4M8 (905)738-6118 Fax:(905)738-8868

55 Guardsman Road, Thornhiii, ON L3T 6L2

Contact: Waiter Lucas, VP, Sales

E-maii: reeves@can-am.net Web site: www.can-am.net

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cms.group@aims.on.ca

ids and BOD.

INSTRUMENTS LTD.

Contact: Mark Reeves, Sales Manager Sales - Rental - Service. Environmental equipment, samplers, fiowmeters, oil/water separators, oii-inwater monitors, gas detection and monitoring, level

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5330 imperial St., Burnaby, BC V5J 1E6 (604)430-5612 Fax:(604)437-1036 Contact: N.B. Fleming, Vice President

CAN-AM INSTRUMENTS LTD.

2495 Raines Rd., Mississauga, ON L4Y 1Y7 (905)277-0331 Fax:(905)277-2588

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(905)889-7890 Fax:(905)889-8553 E-maii: info@chemiine.com

COMMERCE & INDUSTRY

Contact: Richard Ruddock, President Chemiine stocks manual, actuated, and control

145 Wellington Street W., Toronto, ON M5J 1H8 (416)596-4171 Fax:(416)596-3584

valves, strainers, fiowmeters and controls ail made CANCOPPAS LIMITED

1045 South Service Rd. W., Oakviiie, ON L6L6K3

(905)847-2740 Fax:(905)827-6984 Contact: Jake Aiaica, President CANCRETE ENVIRONMENTAL

of solid thermoplastics; Teflon tubing,fittings, valves, pumps and containers; PVDF and PP pipe, fittings, and fusion equipment. Fiowmeters are variable area and paddle wheel type including instruments. Ap plication areas include waste and water treatment plants, iandfiiis, etc.

(506)684-5821 Fax:(506)684-1915

CHLORINATORS INCORPORATED

(416)665-8960,(800)265-1430 Fax:(416)665-9145 Contact: Gordon P. Cariington, President

SOLUTIONS INC.

Fir. 1920,715-5th Avenue SW,Calgary, AB T2P 2X6 (403)262-8581 Fax:(403)262-6097 Contact: Jeff Love, GM, Business Development

4125 S.W. Martin Hwy, #2, Palm City, PL 349905524 USA (561)288-4854 Fax:(561)287-3238 Contact: Ron Grage, Special Projects Director

CAPITAL CONTROLS COMPANY, INC. 3000 Advance Lane, Coimar, PA 18915 USA

(215)997-4000 Fax:(215)997-4062 Contact: P. Spencer, Adv. Manager

CONSOLIDATED GIROUX ENVIRONMENT INC.

39 Reid St., Box 163, Chario, NB EOB 1M0

CONVAL EQUIPMENT LTD.

1111 Finch Ave. W., #39, North York, ON M3J 2E5

CORROSION INTERVENTIONS LTD.

11-7895 Tranmere Dr., Mississauga, ON L5S 1V9 (905)677-2700 Fax:(905)677-2432

CLA-VAL CANADA LTD.

4687 Christie Dr., Beamsviiie, ON LOR 1B4

(905)563-4963 Fax:(905)563-4040 Contact: Fred Norton, General Manager

CORROSION SERVICE CO. LTD.

369 Rimrock Rd., Downsview, ON M3J 3G2

CARBON AND FILTRATION PRODUCTS COMPANY

COUSINS LANDSPREADING

3066 Jarrow Ave., Mississauga, ON L4X 2C7 (905)625-5775 Fax:(905)625-9882 Contact: Karl Philip, Marketing Manager

(403)560-8393 Contact: Joe Bowhay, Sales Mgr.

Caribou 5yst:Bms ABsanialB^ CARIBOU SYSTEMS ASSOCIATES

P.O. Box 151, Niagara On The Lake, ON LOS 1J0 (905)468-1447 Fax:(905)468-3416 E-maii: 75754.1443@compuserve.com Web Site: www.caribou-associates.com

Contact: Jay Moyer, Sales & Marketing Manager A complete environmental management relational database software. A Windows®'-based Microsoft®

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C&M Environtnenfai Technolopies Inc.

CPI EQUIPMENT LTD.

C&M ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

22652 Eraser Hwy., Langiey, BC V2Z 2T8

131 Whitmore Rd.,#13, Woodbridge, ON L4L 6E4 (905)850-3904 Fax:(905)850-3981 E-maii: rimadden@sympatico.ca Contact: R. Larry Madden Complete line of equipment and systems for wastewater treatment and air pollution control. Canadian distributors and service center for Marsh-McBirney flow meters, aeration systems, belt presses, centri fuges, circular or rectangular ciarifiers, DAF units, digester covers and mixers, oil/water separators, package plants, residential Class 6systems, SBRs,

Contact: Dick McNichoi, President

UV disinfection.

CRETEX SPECIALTY PRODUCTS

P.O. Box 26, Waukesha, Wi 53187 USA

(414)542-8153 Fax:(414)542-0301 Contact: Frank J. Odiii, Vice President/GM CROLL-REYNOLDS CLEAN AIR TECHNOLOGIES

P.O. Box 668, Westfieid, NJ 07091 USA

(908)232-4200 Fax:(908)232-2146 Contact: James Reynolds, CEO

CMB INDUSTRIES INC.

CSR PIPELINE SYSTEMS

- Febco Backfiow Preventers

16701 Greenspoint Pk. Dr., #350, Houston, TX 77060 USA (800)511-1488 Fax:(281)872-5709 Contact: Neil Atkinson, Project Manager

P.O. Box 8070, Fresno, CA 93747 USA

(209)252-0791 Fax:(209)453-9030

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BABCOCK KING-WILKINSON,

BEP BESTOBELL LIMITED

L.P.

15707 Rockfield Blvd., #333,

241 Norseman St., Toronto, ON M8Z 2R5 (416)231-9216 Fax:(416)231-9121

Irvine, CA 92618 USA

Contact: W.H. Kershaw

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byBabcock

(714)472-9110

BOVAR Waste

Management

Fax:(714)472-9210

BEX ENGINEERING LTD.

BOVAR WASTE MANAGEMENT

E-mail: wastewater@sbr.cass.com Web site: www.sbrcass.com

5115 Timberlea Blvd., MIssissauga, ON L4W 2S3 (905)238-8920 Fax:(905)238-8955 Contact: Barbara Bolton, Advertising Manager

Chem-Securlty (Alberta) Ltd. 2 TIppett Rd., 2nd Floor, Toronto, ON M3H 2V2 (800)633-5552,(416)630-8322 Fax:(416)630-3037 Contact: M.G.(Monty) Johnston, Reg. Sales

Contact: Nigel J. Slater, Vice President CASS^" SBR wastewater treatment plants for do mestic, industrial and municipal applications. Wellproven technology with over 80 Installations world wide. Your best solution to most wastewater treat

ment problems.

BIG '0' INC.

254 Thames Rd. E., Exeter, ON NOM 1S3

(519)235-0870 Fax:(519)235-3033 Contact: Paul Yaremko, Product Manager

BRIAN CONTROLS - Division of Peacock, inc. 8600 St. Patrick Street, LaSalle, QC H8N 1VI

(514)366-5757 Fax:(514)366-1134 Contact: John A. Sas, Marketing Manager

BAIRD MACGREGOR INSURANCE

BIOMATION

BROKERS INC.

335 Perth St., P.O. Box 156, Almonte, ON KOA1 AO

BRIGGS ENVIRONMENTAL CANADA LIMITED

825 Oueen St. E., Toronto, ON M4M 1H8

(613)256-2821 Fax:(613)256-5872

60 Centurian Dr., #220, Markham, ON L3R 8T5

Contact: Philomena Comerford, President

Contact: Dave Hanneson, President

(905)479-1277 Fax:(905)479-1279 Contact: Mark Farrell, Vice President/Marketing

BAKER TANKS INC.

BiO-REM CANADA CO.

1-1000 Degurse Rd., RR#4, Sarnia, ON N2T 7H5

110-19329 Enterprise Way, Surrey, B.C. V3S 6J8

BRINKMANN INSTRUMENTS INC

(519)336-8030 Fax:(519)336-8031

(604)534-0166 Fax:(604)534-7966

One Cantiague Rd., P.O. Box 1019 Westbury NY

R|_ AST/XI

(516)334-7500 Fax:(516)334-7506

ri actai i-nAxiMi-c; oppwirpc iiur BLASTAL COATINGS SERVICES INC. 42 Taber Road, Rexdale, ON M9W 3A8 (416)748-5443 Fax:(416)748-5913

Hwy. 59 South, Box 409, Morris, MN 56267 USA rnpntciRQ ipti Fay 18901589 1974 ^20)589-1971 Fax.(320)589-1974 Lesmeister, Vice President

Contact: Ernie De Angelis, General Manager

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Contact: Don Van Snick, District Sales Manager BALDWIN ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. 895 E. Patriot Blvd., #107, Reno, NV 89511 USA

(702)828-1300 Fax:(702)828-1305 Contact: Alan DIStefano, VP, Sales & Marketing

11590-0207 USA brothers INDUSTRIES INC.

Specializing in blast cleaning and applying high per-

IA 50841 USA

formance coatings and linings to pumps, structural

BARNES ENVIRONMENTAL INTERNATIONAL P.O. Box 260, 407 Parkside Dr., Waterdown, ON

steel, vessels, weldments, pipes, and various steel components all done In our fully environmentally

LOR 2H0 (888)689-6661 Fax:(905)689-0485 E-mall: lnfo@bel.ca. Web site: www.bei.ca

controlled shop. All work Is performed by experlenced personnel. "Leaders in quality and perform-

Contact: Don Shaw, VP, General Manager

ance".

BEI is uniquel MOE certified for our recycling of industrial byproducts and site remediation plus ISO9002 quality systems for our industrial mineral prod

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(800)565-9931. Fax:(705)722-0806 Contact: Cralg Busch, President

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BNA BONFIGLIOLI NORTH AMERICA INC.

ENBINEERINB LTD.

BARNETT ENGINEERING LTD.

215, 7710-5 St. S.E., Calgary, AB T2H 2L9 (403)255-9544 Fax: (403)259-2343 E-mail: sales@barnett-engg.com Web Site: www.barnett-engg.com Contact: Robert Betteridge, Mgr., Sales & Mrktg. Manufacturers and distributors of voice auto dialers,

site monitors & controllers for critical applications in electric sub-stations, fire alarms, in-plant production systems, boilers, tank monitoring and environmen tal protection. Alarms can be reported and acknowl edged over telco lines, cellular, mobile radio, tone/ alpha numeric pagers, RS232 ports.

2-7941 Jane Street, Concord, ON L4K 4L6

(905)738-4466 Fax: (905)738-9833 Contact: John Carney, industrial Saies/Mktg. Mgr.

CAE INSTRUMENT RENTAL

B.N.W. VALVE MANUFACTURING LTD.

E-mail: steverees@cleanair.com Web site: www.cleanair.com

1175 Appleby Line, #C3, Burlington, ON L7L 5H9 (905)332-5040 Fax: (905)332-5044 Contact: Herb Langner, President

Engineenng Inc.

B.B. ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

704 Mara St., #201, Point Edward, ON N7V 1X4

500 W. Wood St., Palatine, IL 60067 USA

(800)553-5511, (847)991-6200 Fax: (847)934-8260 P.O. Box 47, Millgrove, ON LOR 1VO (905)689-4713 Fax: (905)689-7402 Contact: Harry Rodzoniak, President

Contact: Mary Ryan CAE applies Its twenty-five years of experience In providing environmental instrument rentals to con

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sultants and Industrial clients worldwide. Our lines

LONGYEAR

BOART LONGYEAR INC. BAYPARK ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

A Division o

RMcnu SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL INC 130 Saunders Rd #7 Barrie ON L4M 6E7

BNA-

management.

B= S BARIMETT

J-cf Paul Fredin Dir^tor Sales & Marketlna Paul Fredin, Director, bales & Marketing

61 Malmo Court, Maple, ON L6A 1R4 (800)268-2793, (905)832-7979 Fax: (905)832-8080 E-mail: brucem@boartlongyear.com Contact: Bruce Miller, Branch Manager Environmental and geotechnlcai drilling contractor serving Ontario and Quebec as well as eastern and western Canada through other branch offices. Au ger boring and diamond drilling contractor as well as a supplier of monitoring well materials and geotechnlcai Instrumentation products.

(519)337-0228 Fax: (519)337-9178

Include source and ambient monitors, source gas sampling trains, recording and data acquisition equipment, portable CEMs and field screening equipment. We also offer free installation advice, answers to application questions, bench calibration data and field technical support. CALGON CARBON CANADA

P.O. Box 788, Bolton, ON L7E 5T5

Contact: Lynden Maslen, Sales Manager CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC CANADA CORPORATION

11564 149 St. N.W., Edmonton, AB T5M 1W7

(403)454-2505 Fax: (403)454-2655 Contact: Claude Lablne, President

E-mail: bbmccrie@ebtech.net

BOC GASES

Contact: Victoria McCrie, Environmental Manager We have the ability to treat waste streams, contami nated lagoons, air, soil and spills effectively with state-of-the-art bloremedlation technology. At B.B. Environmental, we otter complete turnkey packages from consulting and phase I, II and III site assess ment to full engineering and design Installation and system maintenance contracts.

5975 Falbourne St., #2, MIssissauga, ON L5R 3W6 (905)501-2518 Fax: (905)501-1717 Contact: Ruben Esteron, Product Manager

223 Cassandra Blvd., #1004, Don Mills, ON M3A 1V3 (416)444-2760 Fax: (416)444-2760 Contact: Claude Boyer, President

BENNETT ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

BOVAR WASTE MANAGEMENT

Contact: Eleanor Irwin, Mgr., Operations Support

200-1130 West Fender Street, Vancouver, B.C.

#4 Manning Close, N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 7N5 (403)235-8300 Fax: (403)248-3430 Contact: Vince Chiricosta, National Sales Mgr.

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Suppliers ADVANCED POLLUTION

INSTRUMENTATION, INC. 6565 Nancy Ridge Dr., San Diego, OA 92121 USA (619)657-9800 Fax:(619)657-9816 Contact: Biil Duncan, Director, Marketing AERZEN CANADA INC.

1995 Montee Labossiere, Vaudreuil, QC J7V 8P2

(514)424-3966 Fax:(514)424-3985 Contact: Aiaric Haerens, General Manager AIM SAFETY USA INC.

ANDRITZ-RUTHNER, INC. 1010 Commercial Blvd., S., Arlington, TX 76001 USA (817)465-5611 Fax:(817)468-3961 Contact: Peter Lunk, Sales/Marketing ANNAPOLIS VALLEY PEAT MOSS (CANSORB) RR#1 Berwick, Kings County, NS BOP 1E0 (902)582-8022 Fax:(902)538-9609

nthrafiiter Media & Cool Ltd.

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1A-8403 Cross-Park Dr., Austin, TX 78754 USA

(512)832-5665 Fax:(512)832-2188 Contact: Kevin Wilson, National Sales Manager AIR LIQUIDE CANADA INC.

1250 Rene-Levesque Blvd., W., #1700, Montreal, QC H3B 5E6 (514)846-7737 Fax:(514)846-7740 Contact: Patsy Pitzul, Admin. Assistant ALARA Industrial Hygiene Services Limited

ANTHRAFILTER MEDIA & COAL LTD.

20 Sharp Rd., R.R. #6, Brantford, ON N3T 5L8 (519)751-1080 Fax:(519)751-0617 Contact: J. David Loney, President One quality source for anthracite, filter sands & grav els, garnet, ilmenlte activated carbon, green sand. Filter media removal, disposal, supply & installation. Filter media meets or exceeds AWWA specifications. Quality - Value - Service.

103 Parkview Hill Cres., Toronto, ON M4B 1R5

(416)759-9579 Fax:(416)759-0372 Contact: Marguerite Pliger, Certified Hyglenlst ALFA LAVAL SEPARATION INC.

AP TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

7536 Sunnywood Lane, Los Angeles, CA 90046 USA (213)878-2744 Fax:(213)878-2745 Contact: Stefan W. Zuckut, President

101 MiinerAve., Scarborough, ON M1S4S6 (416)297-6345 Fax:(416)299-5864

ARLAT ENV. INC.

206 Indian Road, Toronto, ON M6R 2W6

(905)457-1717 Fax:(905)457-1730 Contact: Oto Hrboticky Manufacturer of bar and filter screens, screening washers and dewatering presses. Conveying sys tems using shafted and shaftless screw conveyors. Grit removal using aerated and vortex grit cham bers with cyclone degritters. Chain & flight sludge collectors with scum removal. Spare and replace ment parts for submersible, recess impeller pumps.

(-TTTTi: ARMTEC CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS

P.O. Box 3000, Stn. Main, Guelph, ON N1H 6P2 Contact: Terrl Woods, Marketing Coordinator For over 80 years Armtec has been providing prod ucts and engineered solutions to the challenges of the civil engineering market. Our product line In cludes: corrugated metal pipe and construction prod ucts, geosynthetlcs and a comprehensive line of water control gates.

ALSTOR CANADA INC.

10 Loring Drive, #8, Bolton, ON L7E 1J9 (905)951-7207 Fax:(905)951-7208 Contact: Stuart Byers, President ALTECH TECHNOLOGY

SYSTEMS INC.

225 Sheppard Ave. W., North York, ON M2N 1N2

(416)226-0148 Fax:(416)226-2931 Contact: Alex Keen, President

Water and wastewater Industrial specialists provid ing packaged membrane based systems. Equip ment includes Bio Siurry units, chemical separations, photo and printing, food and dairy, pharmaceutical industry products and other water recycling systems. Groundwater treatment, soli remediation and site remediation specialists. Air pollution and odour con trol equipment especially with proprietary wet scrub bing technology.

AQUABLAST CORP.

77 Orchard Road, Ajax, ON L1S 6K9 (905)619-3009 Fax:(905)619-3638 Contact: John Eecloo, V.P., General Manager Industrial cleaning for over 22 years, reactors, si los, heat exchangers,sewers, process piping, equip ment, buildings, using high pressure waterjetting services to 30,000 psi. Cold cutting steel tanks and pipes, 3-D self rotating cleaning head and teleboom for safe tank cleaning, turbo vacuum pumping for liquids, sludges and dry materials.

A.QUA43lue

AMBIO BIOFILTRATION LTD.

TECHNOLOGIES INC.

2983 Baseline Rd., St. Pascal Baylon, ON KDA3N0 (613)488-2743 Fax:(613)488-3333

6423 Cote de Liesse, St. Laurent, QC H4T 1E5

AMCEC INC.

2525 Cabot Dr., #205, Lisle, IL 60532 USA

(630)577-0400 Fax:(630)577-0401 Contact: Bernard R. Seguy, President

(514)342-9050 Fax:(514)342-5150 E-mail: aquarlust@vldeotron.oa Contact: Francois Seguin, Vice President Storm flow separators, verti-lamellar separators, cross flow separators, coaiescers, dissolved air fiottators, chemical reactors, lamellar clariflers, ac

tivated sludge, SBR, filters, adsorbers, softeners, ions exchangers, microfiltration and uitrafiitratlon.

AMERICAN AUGERS, INC. 135 U.S., Rt. 42, P.O. Box 814, West Salem, OH

AQUA TECHNICAL SALES INC.

44287 USA (419)869-7107 Fax:(419)869-7425 Contact: Denis Fox, VP, Sales & Marketing

300 - 55 Undermount Ave., Hamilton, ON L8P 3Z7

(905)528-3807 Fax:(905)528-3428 Contact: Brian Gage, President

AMERICAN LOGIBALL INC.

440 Papin, Ste-Foy, QC G1P 3T9 (418)656-9767 Fax:(418)653-5746 Contact: Marc Anctil, Sales Manager

/\STEC E-mail: lwagner@astecipg.com Contact: Larry Wagner, VP Thermal treatment equipment either portable, relocatable, or stationary for treating solids, liquids, and/or gases. System design, permit assistance, and equipment Installation. Stabilization equipment including mixers blending systems, controls, con veyors, control centers, etc. Baghouses, pugmilis, bulk storage systems for industry.

iirco ATCO NOISE MANAGEMENT

1243 McKnight Blvd. NE, Calgary, AB T2E 5T1 (403)292-7804 Fax:(403)292-7816 E-mail: lnfo@atconoise.com Web Site: www.atconolse.com

Contact: John Evison, VP, Bus. Development ATCO Noise Management supplies acoustic build ing systems for new Installations, or retrofit of exist ing facilities for clients with problem industrial noise sources. Our service may include: regulatory analy sis, site Investigation of noise source, acoustic en gineering, acoustic ventilation, structural design, ma terial supply, erection and follow-up testing. ATCO provides Guaranteed Noise Control.

AOUATEX CORPORATION ATLANTIC INDUSTRIES LIMITED

(403)486-2789 Fax:(403)453-7925 Contact: Stephen R. Black, President

P.O. Box 220, Dorchester, NB EOA 1M0

(506)379-9212 Fax:(506)379-1097 Contact: Mike Wilson, President

AQUATIC LIFE LTD.

ATP CANADA LTD.

41-360 Keewatin St., Winnipeg, MB R2X 2Y3 (204)697-3634 Fax:(204)697-3419 Contact: Jeff Simpson, President

Box 79,#1 - 2595 McGiilivray Blvd., Winnipeg, MB R3Y 1J5 (204)888-2292 Fax:(204)888-2422 Contact: Terry Mee, General Mgr. ATP Technologies Ltd. is committed to the production and distribution of

AMKO SYSTEMS INC.

250 West Beaver Creek Rd.,#6, Richmond Hill, ON

ARCUS ABSORBENTS INC.

L4B 1C7 (905)771-1444 Fax:(905)771-1616

800 Arrow Road,#15, Toronto, ON M9M 2Z8

Contact: John Kosch, President

(416)745-7947 Fax:(416)745-1174 Contact: Theo Kossowsky, Director

ANALYGAS SYSTEMS, A Division of

inspectech Anaiygas Group Inc. 450 Midwest Road, Scarborough, ON Ml P 3A9 (416)759-2241 Fax:(416)757-8096 Contact: Frans W.J. Stamm'ler, Tech. Sales Mgr.

P.O. Box 72515, Chattanooga, TN 37407 USA (423)867-4210 Fax:(423)827-1550

17893, 106A Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5S 1V8

AMERICAN SIGMA, INC.

11601 Maple Ridge Road, Medina, NY 14103 USA (800)635-4567 Fax:(716)798-5599 Contact: Diane Wood, Marketing

ASTEC - IPG and SPI Groups 4101 Jerome Ave.,

Mm •••he•Im Me.

AQUARIUS SERVICES &

Contact: Calvin Pride, President

ARTHUR TECHNOLOGY, INC. P.O. Box 1236, Fond du Lac, Wl 54936-1236 USA (800)328-7518 Fax:(920)922-1085 Contact: Sara MIcka, Marketing Assistant

ARJAY ENGINEERING LTD.

2495 Raines Rd., Misslssauga, ON L4Y 1Y7 (905)276-2208 Fax:(905)277-2588 Contact: Greg Reeves

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systems. We will lead the industry through our commitment to our clients, the environ ment, our employees and through continuous in vestment In research and development of innova tive water treatment technoiogy. 53


Guide to Environmental Consultants & Labs Web Site: www.wardrop.com Contact: Ed Wolowicti, Principal Offering complete environmental and engineering services in solid and hazardous waste management, environmental impact and risk assessment, site remediation, air quality, asbestos abatement, water and wastewater treatment, and water supply. Win nipeg, Toronto, Thunder Bay, Saskatoon WASHBURN & GILLIS ASSOCIATES LTD.

25 Waggoners Lane, Fredericton, NB E3B 2L2 (506)458-1000 Fax:(506)450-0829 Contact: Robert Hutt, President WATAQUA

147 Paisley Blvd. E, MIssissauga, ON L5A 1P6 (905)277-8597 Fax:(905)277-8597 Contact: Andrew Taylor, Hydrogeoiogist

W.E-S-A-

WINTER ASSOCIATES

Waterloo

hydrogeologic SOFTWARE ■ CONSULTING • TRAINING

200 Matheson Blvd. W, MIssissauga, ON L5R 3L7 (905)890-0110 Fax:(905)890-0319 Contact: Joseph Gyetvan, Associate WOOD, BANANI AND ASSOCIATES LIMITED

WATERLOO HYDROGEOLOGIC INC.

202-260 Terence Matthews Cres., Kanata, ON

1104-180 Columbia St. W, Waterloo, ON N2L3L3

K2M 2C7 (613)591 -6050 Fax:( 613)591 -9998 Contact: Rick Dorush, Senior Project Manager

(519)746-1798 Fax:(519)885-5262 E-mail: consuit@flowpatti.com Web site: www.fiowpath.com Contact: Paul Ivlartin, Consulting Manager Specializing in development and application of groundwater flow and contaminant transport mod els, including: weii-head protection, water resources management, groundwater impact assessment, groundwater/surface-water interaction. Industrial site assessment, remedial design analysis including in trinsic remediation, density dependent flow includ ing salt-water intrusion, mine dewatering and decommission, and customized GiS/database solu tions.

WATEB AND EARTH SCIENCE ASSOCIATES LTD.

WOODRISING CONSULTING INC.

132 Main St., Erin, ON NOB 1T0

(519)833-1031 Fax:(519)833-2195 Contact: Nicola Ross, President WSH LABS LTD.

3851B 21 St. NE. Calgary, AB T2E 6T5 (403)250-9164 Fax:(403)291-4597 Contact: Bill Wono. iVIanager

A^XCC

DONALD G. WEATHERBE ASSOCIATES INC.

XCG CONSULTANTS LTD.

1352 Safeway Cir., MIssissauga, ON L4X 1H7 (905)896-4759 Fax:(905)896-7954

Contact: Derek P. Smith, President

WESTERN BIORESOURCES LTD.

904-50 Oueen St. N, Kitchener, ON N2H 6P4 (519)741-5774 Fax:(519)741-5627 E-mail: maii@xcg.com Web site: www.xcg.com Contact: Stephen G. Nutt, Partner Environmental management systems; water,

Specializing in waste management, environmental management systems (ISO 14000), hydrogeoiogy, risk management,site remediations, environmental engineering, water supplies, wastewater treatment, and training. Accredited environmental auditors. Of

7100 Highway 3B Trail, BC VIR 2Y8 (250)364-5661 Fax:(250)364-5681 Contact: Chris Bullock, Bio-Resource Engineer

and treatment; watershed and ecosystem manage ment; environmental auditing and site services.

WIEBE ENGINEERING GROUP INC.

ZIELINSKI GROUP INC.

fices in Quebec and Ontario. Associates in USA, fvlexico, Central and South America, Indonesia and

96 Court St., Simcoe, ON N3Y 1R5

P.O. Box 8, KIngsviile, ON N9Y 2E8 (519)733-6833 Fax:(519)733-9602 Contact: Barney Zielinski, President

WATER AND EARTH SCIENCE ASSOCIATES

3108 Carp Rd., P.O. Box 430, Carp, ON KOA 1L0 (613)839-3053 Fax:(613)839-5376 E-mail: wesacarp@fox.nstn.ca

Africa. Services In English, French and Spanish.

Contact: Donald Weatherbe, President

(800)943-2876,(519)426-1750 Fax:(519)426-9520 Contact: J. Bryon Wiebe, President

wastewater and stormwater distribution, collection

ES&E's Directory ofEnvironmental Equipment & Service Suppliers Note: This guide is intended as a service for ES&E readers only. No claims are made that it is a comprehensive review. ES&E relies on information supplied by companies who returned questionnaires. 3M CANADA INC., Specialty Cfiemicals DIv.

ABB WATER METERS INC.

P.O. Box 5757, London. ON N6A 4T1

35-1200 Aerowood Dr., MIssissauga, ON L4W2S7 (905)238-9622 Fax:(905)238-5640 Contact: Gordon B. Moffatt, Gen. Mgr., Canada

(519)451-2500 Fax:(519)452-6550 Contact: John Blackiock, Market Manager

A.C. Carbone is Canada's only manufacturer of ac tivated carbons. So when you need it we will cer tainly have it. We offer a wide variety of prepack aged,skid-mounted, environmental systems for use in remedial treatment, emission control, and other

ABJ/WPCC

i^Airtek

9333 North 49th St., Brown Deer, Wi 53223 USA

(414)365-2360 Fax:(414)365-2365 Contact: Roger J. Byrne, Marketing

tion/re-actlvation services.

ACKLANDS-GRAINGER INC.,

Engineered Products Div. 90 West Beaver Creek Road, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1E7 (905)731-8975 Fax:(905)731-4723 Contact: Hani F. Saieh, Manager

A-1 AIRTEK INC.

355 Power Rd., Edmundston, NB E3V 4K1

(506)737-1030 Fax:(506)737-1050 E-mail: verret@nbnet.nb.ca Web site: www.terra-tech.nb.ca/airtek

Contact: Normand Verret, President

Manufacturer of recycling containers and air ex changer/heat recuperator. Recycling containers: various models available (interior and exterior us age). Built of metal, A-1 Airtek's recycling contain ers facilitate sorting recyclable materials. Air ex changers: different models of tube-type exchang ers available for commercial and Industrial usage. Tested according to ASHRAE and CSA standards. ABANAKI CORPORATION, Oil Skimmer Div.

17387 Munn Rd.. Chagrin Fails, OH 44023 USA (440)543-7400 Fax:(440)543-7404 Contact: Simon Bennett, international Marketing ABB INSTRUMENTATION INC.

4410 Paietta Crt., Burlington, ON L7L 5R2 (905)681-0565,(800)461-0980 Fax:(905)681-2810 52

industrial selected products. A.C. Carbone has your environmental remedy. Activated carbon regenera-

ABS PUMPS CORPORATION

1215 Meyerside Dr.,#7, MIssissauga, ON L5T1H3 (905)670-4677,(800)988-2610 Fax:(905)670-3709 Web site: www.abspumps.com Contacts: Tim Sansom, David Tirkalas

ABS for cost-effective pumping, international manu facturer of pumps, mixers and aeration equipment for municipal and industrial applications. Submers ible or dry Installations. ABS Pumps has the costeffective solutions.

ACME ENGINEERING PROD. LTD.

5706 Royaimount Ave., Montreal, OC H4P 1K5 (514)342-5656 Pax:(514)342-3131 Contact: Robert Presser, Vice President ACO CONTAINER SYSTEMS

794 McKay Rd., Pickering, ON L1W 2Y4 (800)542-9942 Fax:(800)542-4722 Contact: Stefan Assman

CARBONE CANADA^^

ACR SYSTEMS INC.

210 - 12960, 84th Ave., Surrey, BC VOW 1K7 (604)591-1128 Fax:(604)591-2252 Contact: Brian Cunningham, Sales

A.C. CARBONE CANADA INC. 300 Rue Brosseau, St-Jean-Sur-Richeiieu, OC

ADI SYSTEMS INC.

J3B2E9 (514)348-1807,(514)348-4419 Fax:(514)348-3311, E-maii: accarbon@ican.net Contact: Karl Mertn Jr., Sales Manager

1133 Regent St., #300, Fredericton, NB E3B 3Z2 (506)452-7307 Fax:(506)452-7308 Contact: BrendaCummings, Marketing Co-ordinator

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Labs SIMONS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP

SYDLO INC.

104-455 boul Feneion, Dorval, QC H9S 5T8

578 Minette Cir., Mississauga, ON L5A3B8 (905)270-2282 Fax:(905)273-3815 Contact: L. Syd Love, President

(514)631-5577 Fax:(514)631-5599 Contact: Paul R. Stuart, Mgr. P&P Env. Services

Touchie Engineering Ltd. Consulting Engineers and Tectinology Managers

SITE INVESTIGATION SERVICES LIMITED

SYLVIS ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

TOUCHIE ENGINEERING LTD.

785 The Kingsway, Peterborough, ON K9J 6\A/7 (705)743-6850 Fax:(705)743-6854

3626 Pandora St., Vancouver, BC V5K 1X2

(604)294-9243 Fax:(604)294-9273

400-633 Main St., Moncton, NB El C 9X9 (506)857-8525 Fax:,(506)858-5972

Contact: R. Marttila, Vice President

Contact: Michael Van Ham, President

SITE REMEDIATION INC.

SYSTEMES GEOSTAT INTERNATIONAL INC.

1600-5468 Dundas St. W,Toronto, ON MOB 6E3

500-800 boul Chomedey, Tower C, Laval, 00 H7V3Y4 (514)973-6561 Fax:(514)973-6070 Contact: Claude Dupiessis, Engineer

(800)463-8043 Contact: Mike Reid, President SKELTON BRUMWELL& ASSOCIATES INC.

CC TATHAM & ASSOCIATES LTD.

300-151 Ferris Lane, Barrie, ON L4M 6C1

(705)726-1141 Fax:(705)726-0331

201-115 Hurontario St., Coliingwood, QN L9Y 2L9 (705)444-2565 Fax:(705)444-2327

Contact: Scott W. Brumweli, Vice President

Contact: Charlie C. Tatham, President

SOCONAG ENVIRONMENTAL EXPERTISE INC.

TAGISH ENGINEERING LTD.

E-maii: touchie@nbnet.nb.ca

Contact: Boyd A. Touchie, President Specializing in water and wastewater treatment, water supply systems, sewerage and storm drain age systems, environmental management, water shed management, municipal infrastructure, trans portation, structures, tunnels and buildings. TRANSDYNAMICS ENGINEERING LTD.

272 Davis Dr., Uxbridge, ON L9P 1R1 (905)473-9555 Fax:(905)473-9921 Contact: Y. Kiostranec, President

6143-1751 Richardson, Montreal, QC i-i3K 1G6

5205A 54 Ave., Red Deer, AB T4N 5K5

(514)846-0088 Fax:(514)846-3299 Contact: Marc-Antoine Pelletier, President

(403)346-7710 Fax:(403)341-4909

SOIL-MAT ENGINEERS & CONSULTANTS LTD.

T&E CONSULTANTS INC.

130 Lancing Dr., Hamilton, ON L8W 3A1 (905)318-7440 Fax:(905)318-7455 Contact: Danny Schebesch, President

2945 Haiiday Cres., Nanaimo, BC V9T 1B2 (250)751-0053 Fax:(250)751-0063 Contact: G. Daniel Hooper, President

Contact: Wes Williams, President

TRINITY CONSULTANTS INC.

1200-12801 N. Central Expwy, Dallas, TX 75243 USA (972)661-8100 Fax:(972)385-9203 Contact: Laura Redmon, Public Relations TRITON

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

120-13511 Commerce Pkwy., Richmond, BC V6V 2L1 (604)279-2093 Fax:(604)279-2047 Contact: Frank A. Lebrero, Civil Engineer

SOLUTIONS ENGINEERING

TECHNICAL ADVANTAGE

TROW CONSULTING ENGINEERS LTD.

104 Prince Rupert Blvd., Prince Rupert, BC V8J 3X9 (250)627-4673 Fax:(250)627-4693

66 Lyndhurst Dr., Kitchener, ON N2B 1B5 (519)570-2612 Fax:(519)570-1656

Contact: Eric Pettit

Contact: Tm Grub, GET

1595 Clark Blvd., Brampton, ON L6T 4V1 (905)793-9800 Fax:(905)793-0641 Contact: Alex V. Giffen, Manager, Env. Division

SOPRIN ADS

TECHNITROL-ECO INC.

TRY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

500-1441 boul Rene-Levesque O, Montreal, QC H3G 1T7 (514)875-1441 Fax:(514)875-2666 Contact: Marc Chatilion, Manager

121 boul Hymus, Pointe-Ciaire, QC H9R 1E6 (514)697-3273 Fax:(514)697-2090 Contact: Manno Speyer

8 Widdicombe Hill, Etobicoke, ON M9R 1B3

(416)246-1107 Fax:(416)246-1127 Contact: Robert C. Ostry, President

SPG HYDRO INTERNATIONAL INC.

TECSULT INC.

GROUPE CONSEIL TS INC.

101-2151 Leonard-de-Vinci, Sainte-Juiie, QC

85 rue Sainte-Catherine 0, Montreal, QC H2X 3P4

J3E 1Z3 (514)922-3515 Fax:(514)922-3510

(514)287-8601 Fax:(514)287-8642

325 rue de I'Espinay, Quebec, OC G1L2J2 (418)647-1402 Fax:(418)648-9288

Contact: Jerome Dion, Directeur Environnement

Contact: Andre Juiien, Vice President Environment

Contacts: Paul Lefrancois, President

SRK-ROBINSON INC.

TERRA

115-2550 Boundary Rd., Burnaby, BC V5M 3Z3 (604)451-3397 Fax:(604)451-3403 Contact: Harm Gross, Dept. Head, Env. Mgmt.

LTD.

TSL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

1245 7th Ave. E, Vancouver, BC VST 1R1 (604)874-1245 Fax:(604)874-2358

3-1270 Fewster Dr., Mississauga, ON L4W 1A4 (905)602-5289 Fax:(905)629-7937 Contact: Sandra Milne, Customer Service

STANLEY CONSULTING GROUP LTD.

TESCOR ENERGY SERVICES INC.

871 Victoria St. N, Kitchener, QN N2B 384

Fi7-90 Sheppard Ave. E, North York, ON M2N 6X3 (888)4TESC0R, (416)512-7700 Fax: (416)218-

Michel Drolet, Technical Manager

(519)579-4410 Fax:(519)579-6733 Contact: Guy Le Patourei, Head Environmental

ENVIRONMENTAL

CONSULTANTS

2288

UMA ENGINEERING LTD.

5080 Commerce Blvd., Mississauga, ON L4W 4P2 (905)238-0007 Fax:(905)238-0038 Contact: David W. Hein, Dir., Env. Department

STEARNS & CONRAD ENGINEERS

THAMES VALLEY ENGINEERING INC.

720-1090 Pender St. W, Vancouver, BC V6E 2N7 (800)566-6777,(604)669-6681 Fax:(604)669-6682 Contact: Bill Hayes, Vice President

100-392 Park Ave. E, Chatham, ON N7M 5Y5

URBAN SYSTEMS LTD.

(519)354-2193 Fax:(519)352-4272 Contact: Henry E. Regts, President

200-286 St. Paul St., Kamioops, BC V2C 6G4 (250)374-8311 Fax:(250)374-5334 Contact: Peter J. Coxon, Environmental Engineer

STRATECH TECHNOLOGIES ENVIRONNEMENTALES

900 rte Lagueux, St-Etienne-de-Lauzon, QC G6J 1B6 (418)831-6300 Fax:(418)831-2636 Contact: Steven Blaney, President

PAUL THEIL ASSOCIATES LIMITED

131 Delta Park Blvd., Brampton, ON L6T 5M8 (905)792-2215 Fax:(905)792-8110 THORBURN PENNY CONSULTING ENGINEERS

400 Main St. E, Milton, ON L9T 4X5

SUMMIT ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

17A-100 Kalamaika Lake Rd., Vernon, BC V1T7M3

(250)545-3672 Fax:(250)545-3654 E-maii: seel ©Junction.net Contact: Dr. Hugh Hamilton, Senior Scientist Offering sen/ices in hydrology, water quality, envi ronmental earth science, soils & reclamation,fisher

ies & aquatic ecology, forest ecology, wetlands, en vironmental impact assessment, water resources engineering, and contaminated site assessment & remediation.

SUREWAY SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

800 Royal Oak Ave., Victoria, BC V8X 3T2 (250)413-7119 Fax:(250)727-9863 Contact: Andrew Schiller, Managing Director

(800)263-4178,(905)875-2144 Fax:(905)875-2145 Thorburn Penny is an engineering firm offering en vironmental services for the development of water, wastewater and reservoirs, and specialized serv ices in the field of supervisory control and data ac quisition (SCADA) for water and wastewater sys tems. in 1995, the company became part of the Philip Utilities Group of Companies. Philip Utilities is a leader in providing water utility services.

WALKER LABORATORIES

P.O. Box 100, Stn. Main, Thoroid, ON L2V 3Y8

(905)227-1158 Fax:(905)680-1916 Contact: Kim Risi, Technical Sales Representative WALKER NEWBY

200-1212 1 St. SE, Calgary, AB T2G 2H8 (403)263-4595 Fax:(403)263-4601 Contact: Vic Shalanski, Engineering Design Mgr. WALTERS FORENSIC ENGINEERING

4166 Dundas St. W,Toronto, ON M8X 1X3

(800)387-1950,(416)236-2569 Fax:(416)236-3681 Contact: Gordon A.D. Reed WARD ENGINEERING AND LAND SURVEYING

1 -609 Baker St., Nelson, BC VIL 4J3

(250)354-1660 Fax:(250)354-1670 THURBER ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

Contact: Peter Ward

210-4475 Viewmont Ave., Victoria, BC V8Z 6L8

(604)727-7332 Fax:(604)727-3710 Contact: Colin T. Maber, Manager, BC Operations

mRDROPENGINEERING INC.

TOTTEN SIMS HUBICKI ASSOCIATES

WARDROP ENGINEERING INC.

1-300 Water St., Whitby, ON LI N 9J2 (905)668-9363 Fax:(905)668-0221

400-386 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C 4M8 (204)956-0980 Fax:(204)957-5389 E-maii: woiowich@wardrop.com

Contact: Robert B. Baker, Senior Vice President

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PHILIP ANALYTICAL SERVICES CORP.

RUPKE ENVIRONMENTAL

9938 67 Ave. NW, Edmonton, AB T6E OPS

5555 North Service Rd., Burlington, ON L7L 5H7 (905)332-8788 Fax:(905)332-9169 Contact: Barry Loescher

898 Gorham St., Newmarket, ON L3Y 1L8

OAKHILL ENVIRONMENTAL

(905)898-0150 Fax:(905)898-0149 Contact: Gerry Rupke, President

86 Riverview Blvd., St. Catharines, ON L2T 3M2

(905)641-2732 Fax:(905)641-1705 Contact: Hans Y. Tammemagi, President

PHYPER & ASSOCIATES LTD.

RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS LTD.

402-99 Atlantic Ave., Toronto, ON M6K 3J8

597 Davis Dr., Newmarket, ON L3Y 2P6

O'CONNOR ASSOCIATES

(416)516-2337 Fax:(416)516-2837 Contact: David MacLeod, Mgr., Env. Mgmt. System

(905)895-8200 Fax:(905)895-8204 Contact: Bryan Whitehead, President

200W-2150 Winston Park Dr., Oakviiie, ON L6H 5V1 (905)829-3330 Fax:(905)829-3404 Contact: Ron McKee, Associate

PILDYSH & ASSOCIATES CONSULTANTS LTD.

SCHUR-TEK RESOURCES LTD.

OLIVER MANGIONE MCCALLA& ASSOCIATES

1 -8815 44 St. SE, Calgary, AB T2C 2P5 (403)720-6699 Fax:(403)720-6609 Contact: Mike Pildysh, President

50 Larkspur Cres., St. Albert, AB T8N 2M5 (403)458-2067 Fax:(403)460-1909 Contact: Martin Schurek, Principal

154 Colonnade Rd. 8, Nepean, ON K2E 7J5 (613)225-9940 Fax:(613)225-7337

PILOT PERFORMANCE RESOURCES

SCO-TERRA ENVIRONMENTAL

MANAGEMENT INC.

P.O. Box 68584,1235 Williams Pkwy. E, Brampton, ON L6S 6A1 (905)792-3130 Fax:(905)792-3047

P.O. Box 24053, RPO Westown, London, ON

N6H 504 (519)474-2283 Fax:(519)474-1918 Contact: Richard J. Pelierin

Contact: Jayne Pilot, President/CEO SEACOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING INC. CETAC CEO\TE

ONTARIO CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL

TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT (OCETA) Fi2-63 Poison St., Toronto, ON MSA 1A4 (416)778-5264 Fax:(416)778-5624 E-mail: oceta@oceta.on.ca Web site: www.oceta.on.ca

Contact: Victoria Gagnon, Executive Director OCETA is a private sector, not-for-profit corporation committed to helping small and medium sized en terprises overcome the barriers involved in the com mercialization of new technologies. OCETA provides a comprehensive range of technology transfer serv ices to Ontario-based developers of environmental technologies. OCETA's new services include the ETV program (third party verification of environmen tal technologies) and the Ohtario Waste Exchange. OPTION ENVIRONNEMENT INC.

202-2360 av de la Saile, Montreal, QC HI V 2L1

(514)257-6380 Fax:(514)257-6382 Contact: Lester Demers, Construction & Mktg. VP

Orser

PINCHIN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

406-13251 Delf Pi., Richmond, BC V6V 2A2

5749 Coopers Ave., Mississauga, ON L4Z 1R9 (905)507-4850 Fax:(905)507-4884

(604)244-2266 Fax:(604)244-2246 Contact: Jeff W. Linke, Senior Geologist

Contact: Bill McCaffrey, Marketing Manager LE GROUPE SEGUIN EXPERTS-CONSEILS INC. PITEAU ASSOCIATES ENGINEERING LTD.

215-260 Esplanade W, North Vancouver, BC V7M 3G7 (604)986-8551 Fax:(604)985-7286 Contact: David J. Tipiady, Associate PLANTAX CORPORATION

1260-1188 Georgia St. W, Vancouver, BC V6E 4A2 (604)687-8987 Fax:(604)687-8343 Contact: Ray Eng, Partner SENDEX ENVIRONMENTAL CORP.

POLLUTECH ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

1108 Dundas St., London, ON N5W 3A7

768 Westgate Rd., Oakviiie, ON L6L 5N2 (905)847-0065 Fax:(905)847-3840 Contact: Greg Brown, Vice President

(519)451 -1680 Fax:(519)452-7820 Contact: MarcTrudeil

119-2550 Argentia Rd,. Mississauga, ON L5N 5R1 (905)826-5504 Fax:(905)826-5466

PORT AU PORT INC.

12 rue du Village, CP 36, Arundei, QC JOT 1 AO (819)324-6250 Fax:(819)687-2453 Contact: Nicolas Buczynski, Vice President POTTINGER GAHERTY GROUP

ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY INC.

1100-1130 Render St. W, Vancouver, BC V6E 4A4

ORSER ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY INC.

(604)895-7600 Fax:(604)682-3497 Contact: E.L.(Ned) Pottinger, President

204-195 King St., St. Catharines, ON L2R 3J6 (905)688-0500 Fax:(905)688-4746 E-mail: jorser® niagara.com Web site: vmvw.niagara.com/orser Contact: John Orser, Environmental Technologist Occupational hygiene, environmental surveys and investigations, permitting, indoor air quality, environ mental management systems re ISO 14000.

OUTERBRIDGE MILLER SEFTON WILLMS& SHIER

900-4 King St. W,Toronto, ON M5H 1B6 (416)863-0711 Fax:(416)863-1938 PACIFIC HYDROLOGY CONSULTANTS LTD.

Contact: Les Johnston

Sendex Environmental Corp. is an environmental engineering and auditing firm specializing in Phase i, ii and ill site assessments, remediation strategy, and compliance auditing. Additional services include industrial hygiene surveys and the identification and management of designated substances(e.g. asbes tos, lead, PCB). SENES CONSULTANTS LIMITED

PRISM RESOURCE MANAGEMENT LTD.

4833Tufford Rd., Beamsviiie, ON LOR 1B1

(905)563-3533 Fax:(905)563-3463

12-121 Granton Dr., Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3N4

(905)764-9380 Fax:(905)764-9386 Contact: Donald M. Gorber, President

PROCTOR & REDFERN LIMITED

45 Green Beit Dr., North York, ON M3C 3K3

(416)445-3600 Fax:(416)445-5276 Contact: Helen Morrison, Marketing Coordinator

ORTECH CORPORATION

2395 Speakman Dr., Mississauga, ON L5K 1B3 (905)822-4111 Fax:(905)823-1446 Contact: Brian Bobbie, Mktg. Mgr., Analytical Serv.

13200 boui Metropoiitain E, Montreal, QC H1A5K8 (514)642-8422 Fax:(514)642-4912 Contact: Pierre Legauit, Engineer

R&R LABORATORIES LTD.

Science Complex, Trent University P.O. Box 4800, Stn. Main, Peterborough, ON K9J 7B8 (705)748-1506 Fax:(705)748-1625 Contact: Ramesh Makhija, President

SEPROTECH LABORATORIES

2378 Holly Lane, Ottawa, ON K1V 7P1 (613)523-1641 Fax:(613)731-0851 Contact: Michael Ziebeil, General Manager THE SGE GROUP INC.

P.O. Box 13144, Stn. A, St. John's, NF A1B 4A4

(709)576-7344 Fax:(709)576-0374 Contact: Allan Green, President SHIGEO BAN AND ASSOCIATES

REDMOND-MOUSSEAU SOLUTIONS

102-924 Place Trans-Canada, Longueuil, QC J4G 2M1 (514)928-3549 Fax:(514)674-1218 Contact: Giiles Mousseau, Associate

437 Carisen Pi., Port Moody, BC V3H 4A1 (604)469-0437 Fax:(604)469-8903 Contact: Shigeo Ban, Principal

201-1537 8th Ave. W, Vancouver, BC V6J 1T5

(604)730-6990 Fax:(604)730-6931 Contact: Ann Badry, Hydrogeoiogist/Manager

REID CROWTHER & PARTNERS LTD.

300-340 Midpark Way SE, Calgary, AB T2X 1 PI (403)254-3301 Fax:(403)254-3333

P.C.E. SALES & ENGINEERING INC.

11 Progress Ave., Scarborough, ON Ml P 487 (416)299-4099 Fax:(416)298-9584 Contact: William R. O'Brien

JL RICHARDS & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

SIMCOE ENGINEERING GROUP LIMITED

864 Lady Ellen PI., Ottawa, ON K1Z 5M2 (613)728-3571 Fax:(613)728-6012 Contact: Dale C. Craig, President

PENINSULA CHEMICAL ANALYSIS LTD.

4 Woiseley Ave., St. Catharines, ON L2R 4T3 (905)684-2279 Fax:(905)684-2279 Contact: Richard J. Smythe, Director

B.M. ROSS AND ASSOCIATES LIMITED

62 North St., Goderich, ON N7A 2T4

(519)524-2641 Fax:(519)524-4403 Contact: Steve D. Burns, President

PETRO LABORATORIES INC.

8-140 Advance Blvd., Brampton, ON LOT 4J4 (905)458-0989 Fax:(905)458-1559 Contact: James Szeto, Chief Chemist

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THE RPA GROUP

700-100 Sheppard Ave. E, North York, ON M2N 6N5 (416)229-4000 Fax:(416)229-4889

10-1815 ironstone Manor, Pickering, ON L1W3W9 (905)831-1715 Fax:(905)831-0531 Contact: Greg Baker, Director A full service consulting engineering and architec tural practice with professionals in all major disci plines, located in Pickering. Providing services for municipal projects including water and waste water treatment, water supply systems and sewerage and storm drainage systems. Specialties include biologi cal containment and decontamination,jet fuel infra structure and petroleum related projects.

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L&M ENGINEERING LIMITED

81 Abbott Ave., Toronto, ON M6P 1H5

(416)604-0724 Fax:(416)604-4378 Contact: Garry N. Pringle, Env. Consultant

201-1840 3rd Ave., Prince George, BC V2M 1G4 (250)562-1977 Fax:(250)562-1967 Contact: Stuart N. Lawrence, Principal

HOWE GASTMEIER CHAPNIK LIMITED

LAFONTAINE, COWIE, BURATTO &

203-2000 Argentia Rd,, Plaza 1, Mississauga, ON L5N 1P7 (905)826-4044 Fax:(905)826-4940 Contact: Bill Gastmeler, Principal

3260 Devon Dr., Windsor, ON NBX 4L4

E-mail: enviro@on.maxxam.ca

(519)966-2250 Fax:(519)966-5523 Contact: Greg R. Mockier, Office Manager

Web site: www.maxxam.ca

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MAXXAM ANALYTICS INC.

ASSOCIATES LIMITED

HYDROMANTIS INC.

302-1685 Main St. W, Hamilton, ON L8S 1G5

LAKEFIELD RESEARCH LIMITED

(905)522-0012 Fax:(905)522-0031 Contact: Laurence Smitti, Business Manager

185 Concession St., Box 4300, Lakefield, ON KOL 2H0 (705)652-2009 Fax:(705)652-0743 Contact: Michael J. Lord, Sr. Environmental Planner Janine Whailey, Marketing Coordinator

HYDRO-MECH CONSULTING ENGINEERS

525-829 Norwest Rd., Kingston, ON K7P 2N3 (613)387-1060 Fax:(613)387-3453 Contact: Cameron Smitfi, Manager INTEGRATED CATALYST ENGINEERING INC.

8 Majestic Cres,, Brampton, ON L6S 3N2 (905)458-5424 Fax:(905)793-3578 Contact: Alain Oueliet, President INTEGRATED RESOURCE CONSULTANTS INC.

160-14480 River Rd., Rictimond, BC V6V 1L4

INTERNATIONAL WATER CONSULTANTS LTD.

P.O. Box 310, Stn. Main, Barrie, ON L4M 4T5 (705)733-0111 Fax:(705)721-0138 Contact: Gary Kuehi, Sr. Hydrogeoiogist

LASALLE CONSULTING GROUP

E-6553 Mississauga Rd. N, Mississauga, ON L5N 1A6 (905)567-7515 Fax:(905)567-7101 Contact: Kevin E. French, Principal

MGI ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

9620 St. Patrick St., LaSalie, QC HSR 1R8 (514)366-2970 Fax:(514)366-2971 Contact: Florian Bouianger, Vice President

MIE CONSULTING ENGINEERS LTD. LD CONSULTANTS INC.

306-146 Laird Dr., Toronto, ON M4G 3V7

3164 Dovetail Mews, Mississauga, ON L5L 5K5 (905)828-6475 Fax:(905)828-4717 Contact: L.D. MIshra, Director

(416)424-2675 Contact: LisaSlmklns, Underwater Inspection Tech. MILTON ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

LEHDER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD.

210-704 Mara St., Point Edward, ON N7V 1X4

JACQUES WHITFORD LIMITED

(519)336-4101 Fax:(519)336-4311 Contact: Mark Roehier, Principal

200-2781 Lancaster Rd., Ottawa, ON K1B 1A7

JAGGER HIMS LIMITED

301-1091 Gorham St., Newmarket, ON L3Y7\/1

(800)263-7419,(905)853-3303 Fax:(905)853-1759 Contact: Douglas E. dagger. Consulting Engineer JB LABORATORIES LTD.

827 Fort St., Victoria, BC V8W 1H6

LEVELTON ENGINEERING LTD.

150-12791 Clarke Pi., Richmond, BC V6V 2H9

(604)278-1411 Fax:(604)278-1042 Contact: Dr. Tom F. Guthrie, Mgr. Analytical Serv. Wayne C. Edwards, VP Env., Process & Energy LOTOWATER LTD.

P.O. Box 451, Stn. Main, Paris, ON N3L 3T5 (519)442-2086 Fax:(519)442-7242 Contact: L. Tim Lotimer, President

(250)385-6112 Fax:(250)382-6364 Contact: Barbara M. Klassen

METROPOLITAN PLANNING & ENGINEERING

3370 South Service Rd., Burlington, ON L7N 3M6 (905)637-2926 Fax:(905)637-3268 Contact: Karl Gonnsen, President

John Harris

(613)738-0708 Fax:(613)738-0721 Contact: Ted Hergei, Mgr. Env. Engineering

Contact: Brian Crowiey, Project Manager Supporting Canada's environmental industry by sup plying high quality laboratory analysis of soil, water, wastewater, biological fluid, tissue and biota, as well as through air quality monitoring, source emission sampling and analysis, toxicity testing, and mobile laboratory services.

THE LANGTON GROUP (T.L.G.) 404-1460 Bayview Ave., Toronto, ON M4G 3B3 (416)487-0416 Fax:(416)487-0416 Contact: Dr. Maurice C. Langton, President

(604)278-7714 Fax:(604)278-7741 Contact: Merv Palmer

5540 McAdam Rd., Mississauga, ON L4Z1P1 (905)890-2555 Fax:(905)890-0370

LPA GROUPE-CONSEIL INC.

531 Marceilus Ave., Milton, ON L9T 4E7

(905)878-1421 Fax:(905)878-4487 Contact: Norm Sutherland, President MPE ENGINEERING LTD.

300-714 5th Ave. S, Lethbridge, AB T1J 0V1 (403)329-3442 Fax:(403)329-9354 Contact: Peter Brouwer, Project Manager M.R.2 - MCDONALD & ASSOCIATES

P.O. Box 4823, Stn. Main, Regina, SK S4P 3Y4 (306)584-7071 Fax:(306)584-8666 Contact: Rodger A. McDonald, Principal Engineer MULTIVIEW GEOSERVICES INC.

1091 Brevik Pi., Mississauga, ON L4W 3R7 (905)629-0979 Fax:(905)624-9365 Contact: John E. Scalfe, General Manager

3050 boui St-Jean, Trois-Rivleres-Ouest, QC

G9A5E1 (819)377-3050 Fax:(819)377-0720

DAVID NAIRNE & ASSOCIATES LTD.

Contact: Francois Phiiibert, President

250-171 Esplanade W, North Vancouver, BC V7M 3J9 (604)984-3503 Fax:(604)984-0627 Contact: Giorgio Caon, Head Civii/Municipai

MACLAREN ENGINEERS INC.

20 Erb St. W, Waterloo, ON N2L 1T2

Contact: Thomas L. Lehmann, Sr, Project Engineer KMK CONSULTANTS LIMITED

220 Advance Blvd., Brampton, ON L6T 4J5 (905)459-4780 Fax:(905)459-7869 E-mail: kmk@kmk.on.ca Web site: www.kmk.on.ca

Contact: Kathryn Fantauzzi, Accounting Clerk Consulting engineers, project managers, ecological planners, landscape architects specializing in water and sewage treatment and conveyances; process audits and cost reduction engineering in process, labour, and energy.

JAMES W. MACLAREN, CONSULTING 302-1285 Sandy Lane, Sarnia, ON N7T 4J7 (519)344-2241 Fax:(519)344-9072 Contact: James W. MacLaren, Consulting Engineer MACVIRO CONSULTANTS INC.

600-90 Alistate Pkwy., Markham, ON L3R 6H3 (905)475-7270 Fax:(905)475-5994 Contact: Stan Holden, Manager Municipal Services

NIAGARA ANALYTICAL ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORIES

5805 Progress St., P.O. Box 205, Stn. Main Niagara Falls, ON L2E 6T3 (905)374-5227 Fax:(905)356-9672 Contact: S. Johnson, Dir., Lab Projects Coord. NLK CONSULTANTS INC.

855 Homer St., Vancouver, BC V6B 5S2 MALROZ ENGINEERING INCORPORATED

168 Montreal St., Kingston, ON K7K 3G4 (613)548-3446 Fax:(613)548-7975 Contact: Steven V. Rose

KODIAK ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

1A-871 Equestrian Crt., Oakvlile, ON L6L 6L7 (905)825-2943 Fax:(905)825-8743 Contact: Randall J. Goodwin, Sr. Env. Scientist

Contact: Michael A. f^uccini. Director

ENGINEER

KNIGHT PIESOLD

34 Commerce Cres., North Bay, ON PI B 8G8 (705)476-2165 Fax:(705)474-8095 Contact: Tom F. Kerr, President

NEAR NORTH LABORATORIES

11-191 Booth Rd., RR5, North Bay, ON P1A4K3 (705)497-0550 Fax:(705)497-0549

MARSHALL MACKLIN MONAGHAN LIMITED

80 Commerce Valley Dr. E, Thornhiil, ON L3T7N4 (905)882-1100 Fax:(905)882-0055

KO-SEN INTERNATIONAL CORP.

MAXIM ENGINEERING INC.

1259 Ernest Ave., London, ON N6E2B2

17303 102 Ave. NW, Edmonton, AB T5S 1J8

Contact: Ravi Kanipayor, Bus. Dev. Manager

(403)483-5200 Fax:(403)484-3883 Contact: Bryan A. Evans, Associate

KUDZU TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

(604)689-0344 Fax:(604)443-1000 Contact: W.H. Gunning, Mgr., Env. Services NORECOL DAMES & MOORE

1900-650 Georgia St. W, Vancouver, BC V6B 4N7 (604)681-1672 Fax:(604)687-3446 Contact: Mona M. Forster, Bus. Dev. Coord. NORMAN ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES

(NES) 3017 St. Clair Ave., Burlington, ON L7N 3P5 (905)681-0171 Fax:(905)634-9095 Contact: Dr. J.D. Norman NORTHERN LABORATORIES LTD.

6 Homestead Crt., Markham, ON L3P 5C3

MDS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LIMITED

(905)471-7351 Fax:(905)471-1260 Contact: George Mitchell, President

6850 Goreway Dr., Mississauga, ON L4V 1 PI (800)701-7092,(905)673-3255 Fax:(905)673-7399

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screen are typically larger wood chips, which may be used again in the proc ess. These are metered out of the recy cled chip storage bin and blended in the mixer with the sludge, amendment and compost recycle. The material that passes through the mat of the screen is conveyed to trucks for transport off-site. City of Guelph Works Department data provided by CH2M Gore and Storrie Limited. Conclusion

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quality of life in neighborhoods, legal systems, and indeed, our national con science. In a sense the goal of the Clean Water Act, captured clearly in the law's title, is the legislative expression of a deeply-held American value, and one

been a success. Thanks to this

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they should be. Justfor a moment,let's turn the clock

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By William D. Ruckelshaus* Another factor arguing for a strong federal program was that in some states, even where there was the political will to get tough on pollution, there was lit tle capacity, technical know how, or in

ished, if you ever did, the grass at the other end would be three feet high. Congress, acting on the same senti

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ment that led to the Clean Air Act of

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1970, approved the Federal Water Pol

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lution Control Act Amendments of 1972,

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Jet Fuel Infrastructure

By Greg Baker and Bill Penny

Rebuilding ofjet fuel infrastructure at Pearson International Airport

The Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA)released a Terminal Development Master

Plan in March 1997, which

outlined in detail the proposed redevel opment of Lester B. Pearson Interna tional Airport(LBPIA). The Master Plan consolidates both

Terminals One and Two into a single ter minal building. It also includes the demolition of the existing cargo facility and the construction of a new cargo processing area within the infield, dual taxiways, an additional taxiway that will surround the entire terminal complex as well as new runway construction. An ticipated cost for this massive redevel opment will be in excess of two billion dollars.

Existing combined facilities of Ter minals One and Two have a total of 78

bridged gates and 17 commuter posi tions. The new terminal will be designed with 130 gates and will be capable of handling 45-50 million enplaned/ deplaned passengers per year.

Jet fuel infrastructure is owned by a consortium of airlines under a corporate entity called Pearson International Fuel ling Facilities Corporation (PIFFC). Member airlines each have a representa

ture is located on the east side of the air

tive on the board, which controls fuel

either relocated or accommodated. The

supply and distribution. PIFFC,in turn,

diamond shape makes layout of the parking requirements difficult, as the turning radius available is tight. This concern becomes more apparent due to the large tanker trucks. These vehicles do not meet Department of Transport dimensional specifications, as they do not travel on public highways. There

retain Consolidated Aviation Services to

maintain and operate the facility and invoice the airlines for the fuel used.

The proposed terminal location po sitions the new terminal building di rectly on top of the existing jet fuel in frastructure, making all the existing fuel hydrant locations redundant. The fuel ling headquarters building, where Con

port grounds, backing onto Silver Dart Drive. This site is diamond in shape with steep contouring and laced with

existing services, which will have to be

fore, these vehicles are not subject to these restrictions.

solidated Aviation Services is located,

Environmental concerns, i.e. fuel

is positioned within the footprint of the first phase of the terminal redevelop ment. A new expanded headquarters building along with the reconstruction of the jet fuel infrastructure will be nec essary to satisfy each of the construc tion phases of the new terminal. New Operations Building Site

spills, will be met by grading the site to capture all stormwater runoff for dis charge through Stormceptor units. Dis charge from these units will also be sub ject to further treatment, as this stormwater will mn through an existing stormwater interceptor tank before it dis charges into Mimico creek. Continued overleaf

The site selected for this new struc

Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Toronto, Ontario. Existing jet fuel infrastructure vs new terminal development. Stage 1 is shown in yellow. Stage 2is shown in red, and Stage 3is shown in blue. 98

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Jet Fuel Infrastructure, cant' Development of this site will take advantage of the heavy contouring by

providing two-tier parking. This will al low staff to park under the airside apron, thus reducing the cost of the operation. Presently, staff are bused to the site at a prohibitive cost to the airlines. New Operations Building This new building will be designed to satisfy the needs of the new fuelling

operation projected to year 2020. Staff ing will increase from 160 full time employees to a projected 274 employ ees. The building will straddle the airside (high secure area) and ground side that is accessible by the general public. This simple requirement adds complexity in the design of the new

tween the tank farm and the three ter

allow for isolation offuel main segments

minals. Branch lines bring the fuel from the fuel main to the below grade fuel

for environmental protection against any

ling hydrants located at each of the gate

chambers will also be used for locating environmental detection and monitoring

locations. This system is operated at pressures between 140 to 180 psi through hydrant carts, which control pressure and quantity of fuel being loaded onto the aircraft, as well as a fi

nal filtering and checking for water. The original buried fuel mains were constructed in the early 1960s and have been added to, modified and altered as

the Airport expanded. With the con struction of the new terminal building

breaches of the fuel mains. The valve

equipment. Several pipeline environ mental testing/monitoring systems are being evaluated at this time. Further, a sophisticated SCADA sys tem is being studied to monitor and record flows, pressures and tempera tures throughout the network. This data will be fed into the computer hydraulic model, providing the operators with an updated hydraulic status of the system.

new fuel mains will be installed as the

Tank Farm

The final phase of the airport rede velopment will include the construction

To accommodate the equipment maintenance necessary to satisfy the

old mains are removed in phases co ordinated with the terminal expansion. It is the intention to replace all of the existing piping system with new mains, as very little of the existing pipe is suit

expanded terminal, nine repair bays will

ably positioned, with the exception of

be constructed to maintain the 60 fuel

the fuel mains which service Terminal

ling carts, 14 medium sized fuel tank ers, 16 large fuel tankers and a small number of pick ups and other vehicles. Two of the maintenance bays will be drive through to facilitate the mainte

3. The underground hydrant distribu tion system will be co-ordinated to ac commodate the staging of the new ter minal construction. It will be required to maintain hydrant service to the exist ing gates, as well as have fuel available at the new gates, including those in the infield, as they are put into service. This necessitates the development of a hy draulic computer model of the existing piping network to determine hydraulic

facilities.

nance of the larger tanker trucks. The office building will have a base ment and three floors with the top two floors dedicated to administrative offices.

Jet Fuel Infrastructure

Existing aircraft fuelling facilities consist of a bulk storage tank farm, lo cated to the north-east of the Airport, with a storage capacity of approximately 18,000,000 Itr. of jet A fuel. Fuel is pumped into a dual pipe fuel main be

restrictions.

These restrictions could affect the

of the proposed terminal redevelopment. Summary

Redevelopment of this airport is a massive project and the jet fuel distri bution system to satisfy it is equally dra matic. It is, in all probability, the larg est new jet fuel infrastructure redevel opment in North America today, al though larger exist. This reconstruction will allow designers to develop ajet fuel distribution and hydrant system that will include state of the art computer con trol, flow and process monitoring sys tems and cathodic protection. Environmental protection systems will be designed and installed into the

fuelling operation as the system is pro gressively expanded and replaced.

facility, which would have been prohibi tively expensive when retrofitting an

Valve chambers will be constructed to

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Global climate change fits cyclical pattern

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we call the Holocene," writes Dr.

that the mean global temperature has warmed by about 0.5°C over the past 130 years (based on recorded tempera tures), does not provide any proof that we are witnessing global warming. He writes: "The least controversial expla nation of the warming observed over the past 130 years or so is that it is a return to normal from the Little Ice Age, and possibly, an entry into the next warm period." Ellsaesser points out that even the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC)concluded:'"The Little lee Age came to end only in the 19th century. Thus some of the global warm ing since 1850 could be a recovery from the Little Ice Age rather than a direct

Ellsaesser. "The Holocene is believed

result of human activities.'"

bon dioxide(CO,)or "greenhouse gas" emissions, are discussed in a study released by the Center for the Study of American Business at Wash ington University. The study argues that global warming is largely attributable to the Earth's naturally-occumng and cy clical climate change pattern. In Global Climate Science Is Still

Evolving, Dr. Hugh W.Ellsaesser exam ines the historical scientific data behind

global warming and cooling, and illus trates the cyclical nature of the earth's changing temperatures. "We are cur rently in an interglacial period, which

to have begun about 10,700 years ago... By current estimates we are now due to enter the next cycle of 90,000 years of cooling and glaciation." He notes that over the last 1,000 years, the earth ex perienced both warming and cooling trends, including the most recent cold period from about 1450 to 1900 AD known as the "Little Ice Age". According to Dr. Ellsaesser, the fact

Ellsaesser finds that if this trend con

tinues, the earth is now near the inflec

tion point of the temperature curve, the point of most rapid rise, and will expe rience an additional warming of about 1°C over the next two centuries regard less of what humans do.

"Global climate policy may have reached a crescendo in Kyoto in Decem ber, 1997 but it will not be because a

compelling scientific case has been made that requires action be taken to ward off environmental calamity. The theory of human-induced global warm ing is far from being an open-and-shut case," Dr. Ellsaesser says. While the concept of greenhouse

warming is well established, models of humans'contribution to the greenhouse effect are less well formulated. Ellsaes

ser finds that this is partly due to the lack of sophisticated incorporation of spe cific information on the absorption into the atmosphere of the various man-made greenhouse gases. Moreover, efforts to construct a "fin

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Focus on Site Remediation

Assessing the key components of credible risk assessment for contaminated sites

Whenthe Ontario Ministry

of Energy and Environ ment (MGEE) incorpo rated site-specific risk as sessment(SSRA)into their 1997 Guide line for Use at Contaminated Sites, an excellent opportunity was created for land owners, financial institutions, in

surers and consultants to adopt a more informed and versatile approach to con taminated site decommissioning. A site specific risk-based approach offers nu merous advantages over site cleanup to generic soil quality standards, most no tably by providing a greater flexibility in site management alterna tives and,consequently, greater proponent con

trol over capital ex penditure. Typically, the SSRA approach has proven to be most valuable in situ

cleanup?' (liability apportionment). In respect of cleanup liability, by re quiring that a Certificate of Prohibition be registered on title to the piece of land in question, the SSRA option does not in itself remove the issue of land blight. Specifically, there remains a possibility that potential future cleanup operations may be required at some time in the site's lifetime to render the land suitable

for revised use. This has not gone un noticed by lending institutions, who re main cool to the use of SSRA due to

fears over being left to foot the bill for

ensues. These can be summarized as follows:

(i) Communication: Effective commu nication between all project stakeholders is, of course, a sine qua nan of good project management. However,there are a number of key communication issues peculiar to the SSRA process which must be afforded particular attention. Firstly, it is essential that the propo nent understands the underlying philoso phy of risk assessment, i.e., as a frame work for identifying, understanding,dis criminating between, prioritising and managing human and ecological health risks. Portraying the riskbased approach as a highly sophisticated (and, therefore, com pletely obfuscatory) technical tool serves

only to perpetuate the misunderstanding that

ations where financial

risk assessment is a kind

or technical constraints

of environmental Rubik's Cube that can

rule out a more conven

tional solution, for ex

ample, where portions

be manipulated by the artful consultant to pro

of the site underlie ex

duce the desired out

isting building struc

come irrespective of any real environmental

tures, where landfill dis

dangers that may be posal is prohibitively Debris from Hamilton's Plastimet fire. Photo courtesy TEAM- ^ expensive or where the contaminated potentially costly remediation works on present. It is worth remembering that a material is deep lying and cannot be sites held as collateral on loans (despite risk-based approach was used to develop excavated. However, its application is the financial advantage that risk-based the generic criteria with which industry is relatively comfortable. When com by no means confined to such situations, site management invariably has in al municating risks to the general public, and risk-based site management is now lowing site operations to continue unin frequently being applied in a wider sense terrupted by remedial works). it is particularly crucial that the SSRA option is viewed as a legitimate means as a recognised cleanup framework. It is clear, therefore, that in addition The technical and administrative re of providing protection to human health to posing a considerable technical chal and the environment,and not as a means quirements of the SSRA approach, as lenge to the proponent, the SSRA proc spelled out in the 1997 MOEE Guide ess demands a high level of shared con of 'risking away' the real issues. Secondly, in relation to costs, it line document, provide for the develop fidence amongst project stakeholders the ment of site-specific soil and ground- like of which is not required by more should be recognized that, in general, water cleanup criteria, public consulta conventional site management proc less remedial work on-site usually ne tion and third party review, and have esses. Building and maintaining such cessitates more site investigation work. been widely documented. These re confidence is of course best achieved by Consequently, a risk-based approach to quirements have largely been accepted ensuring that a high level of technical site cleanup often requires a more ex by the site cleanup industry in Ontario, competence is achieved and that best tensive initial site investigation in order although there remains considerable practice methods are rigorously adhered to acquire the data necessary for feed debate in a wider sense over such ques to and carried out in a visible manner ing the risk assessment process. This tions as 'What is acceptable risk?'(hu with stakeholder involvement. How invariably involves a higher level of ini man and ecological sensitivities) and, ever, there are a number of additional tial expenditure than cleanup to generic perhaps most importantly from a clean steps that may be taken to ensure that criteria. In general, the higher the level up standpoint,'Who should pay for land confidence in the SSRA process remains of expenditure on data collection, the greater the confidence in the final risk high, and that a clear and open relation ship between all project stakeholders assessment and the lower the amount of *Golder Associates Ltd. 102

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By M. Whittaker, J. Sprenger and D. DuBois* soil that might ultimately require treat

ment process is both necessary (to en

ment or removal from the site. It is im

sure protection of human and environ mental health) and unavoidable (due to scientific and financial constraints). Indeed, screening risk assessments

fessionals from a range of scientific dis ciplines. Presenting and explaining the

portant that this expenditure should be seen in context of overall project costs, however, which are substantially lower (often orders of magnitude) for SSRA. Thirdly, it is important that there is a clear and mutual understanding between the project team and the regulatory body with regards to the scope of the risk as sessment and the required level of pro tection for human and ecological site users. Identifying and agreeing upon risk assessment methodology,scope and ultimate cleanup goals early in the proc ess not only speeds up the remediation process (to everybody's benefit), but also builds and sharpens confidence that

may then be refined to produce increas ingly realistic (and usually more com plex)exposure/risk scenarios. However, there is a temptation to over-rely upon conservative assumptions in the final quantitative risk assessment, in order to

understand, the devil, as

wherever possible from resorting to jar gon, as this will invariably lead to con fusion (and sometimes suspicion) on behalf of the public, and low levels of confidence in the process as a whole. Many readers will note that, with the possible exception of the final point, each of the above items can be consid

depend upon the application of assump tions which,through site data collection,

Although the principles of risk assessment are

relatively easy to

results of a risk assessment in a lucid, consistent manner to a non-technical

audience, so essential for effective com

munity participation, therefore requires great skill and input from the entire risk assessment team. When this is not the

case, it is easy for uncertainty and am biguity in risk assessment terminology to arise. Risk assessors should refrain

the risk assessment has taken into ac

they say, is in the details.

count a broader range of issues to en sure adequate protection for human and ecological site users. (ii) Understanding and reporting

be confident of providing protection to the environment. This represents a dis service to the client and where possible

uncertainties: The results of risk assess

should be avoided.

cation and technical acumen were in

ments are often provided in absolute terms, without any mention of the as sumptions, value judgements and ran dom variances that are a necessary part of the site assessment process. Reports that do not acknowledge such uncertain ties risk being laid open to misinterpre

Incorporating a string of overly con servative assumptions into the risk as.sessment not only results in an inaccu rate and highly unlikely portrayal of

cluded into the site management proc ess on a project- and company-specific basis only, with risk assessment they are formalised into the site management process. Ignorance or incompetence in dealing with these factors is therefore a very real disadvantage to all those in

tation, the ramifications of which could

risks associated with the site, but can

also lead to the creation of phantom risks the management of which may necessi tate expensive (and completely unnec essary)risk control measures. It should

ered to be an integral component of any well-managed site decommissioning project. So much is true. However, whereas previously effective communi

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Focus on Site Remediation

By Rene de Vries, B.Sc.

Is Ontario winning the site redevelopment race?-An industry perspective

When the Guideline for Use at Contaminated Sites was introduced in Ontario in 1996 after

more than two years of public consul tation, it was compared to a new racing car that would likely require some tinkering along the way in order to work properly. The Globe & Mail reported, some what optimistically in July 1996,that the Ontario Guideline would likely increase urban renewal because it provided land owners and their consultants with more

criteria, advice, and flexibility than did the previous Guidelines, developed in 1989. But in September 1996,the Daily Commercial News reported that con taminated site redevelopment in Ontario was in limbo because of fear of liability and risks. It is now time for a perform ance review and for a look at the road ahead.

Economic Driver versus

Regulatory Driver Cost is a very important factor in any decision, including those concerning contaminated site development. This observation may seem obvious, but this kind ofcommon sense has, unfortunately, not always been applied in the site as sessment and remediation field. Corpo rations have sometimes learned the hard

way, that they cannot spend much more on any particular issue than their com petitors and still successfully compete in the market place in the long run. In an era where governments are less and less relied on for protection from these market forces, the economic driver

with the guideline as its racing car seemed the logical tool of choice to tackle the contaminated site redevelop ment race. Ontario bought into this ap proach. However, Ontario's counter parts in British Colombia decided to pass a law (Bill 26) to deal with the is sue of environmental protection in the area of contaminated site redevelopment and let the regulatory driver do its work. These different approaches reflect the philosophical differences between the two parties in power in these provinces. It is fascinating to see the results of the two different regulatory regimes in this area. It is a bench-scale test of what

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Industrial facility clean-up to commercial standards in the Borough of East York using excavation and off-site disposal of contaminated soil. works best in the race for successful en

vironmental management: the economic driver or the regulatory driver, or the car rot versus the stick approach. The former Minister of the Environ

ment in the Netherlands, Peter Winsemius, conducted detailed studies on the

issue of effective government and envi ronmental management. He concluded that if everything else is equal, people and, therefore, corporations respond better to positive stimuli than to nega tive (punitive) stimuli to get the envi ronmental protection job done. Yet he also concluded that in order

would expect that Ontario would be the winning contender in this race. Tinkering along the way That there is more to winning a race than having a shiny new car became clear rather quickly. If there are obsta cles on the road, it may be hard to reach the finish line at all, let alone win a race.

The Daily Commercial News was right: one of these obstacles is the issue of al

location of environmental liability and risks. To elaborate on the metaphor used,let's compare environmental liabil ity to a pool of slippery oil on the race track surface - a formidable challenge

to discourage the "free rider" or the ir responsible party from taking an unfair advantage while encouraging the fair competitor to follow the reasonable males of the game, a level playing field for all participants is necessary. In the international market-place of consumer products, it may be difficult to attain a level playing field when Canadian businesses are competing against the environmental standards of

for even a skilled driver.

Mexico,Indonesia, or China. However,

Environment and Economy,and reports in Ontario for the Waterfront Regenera tion Trust, both point to the same un derlying challenges with respect to con taminated site redevelopment: a clarifi cation of roles and responsibilities, the continued introduction of generally ac cepted and affordable rules, processes,

in the area of contaminated real estate

development on a provincial scale, a level playing field should be attainable. Logic would have it that as long as the economy is healthy and market forces are operating properly,contaminated site redevelopment will soon follow. As long as the rules and procedures are clear, reasonable, and consistent, one

Getting a solid grip on the issue of allocating environmental liability, tak ing responsibility and "who pays for what" is at the core of the entire topic of contaminated site redevelopment. To tackle the issue of environmental liabil

ity properly, there are many issues that require further fine-tuning to create con sistency. Recent reports produced for the Federal National Round Table on the

and standards. One of the items that re-

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When there are no responsible par ties, such as Imperial Oil, the biggest horror story in the contaminated lands saga in Canada develops: orphan sites. Estimates of the number of these sites

in Canada vary from 3,000 to 30,000. There are no responsible parties to be found. They have either gone bankrupt, moved on to their next money-making enterprise, and/or are not taking respon sibility for their actions in other ways. These contaminated sites will eventu

ally wind up on the books of our gov ernments, transferring private responsi bility and accountability to the public's domain.

Bulk fuel distribution terminal In the Greater Toronto area being cleaned up to resi dential standards using bioremedlation of contaminated soil.

quired some immediate tinkering in the Guideline was the process envisioned by the MOE. With the virtual retreat of the Ontario MOE from the contaminated

site redevelopment process, Ontario mu nicipalities are now the main public bod

the problem at hand,an economic driver will not do the job. Success Story The divestment program of Imperial

This is a very undesirable develop ment since most people agree that the polluter should pay and that problems are usually taken care of in a much more efficient manner by our private sector than by our governments. The societal costs of orphan sites are significant:

Oil (who markets and sells petroleum

unremediated health and environmental

expected that the responsible parties will apply the rules and processes. The initiatives currently underway by

products under the Esso banner) can be touted as a success story in contaminated site redevelopment. Of all companies providing consumer products in Canada, Imperial Oil was voted in 1996 to be first in environmental performance and en vironmental management by the inde pendent organization EthicScan Canada. One of the important environmental ac tivities Imperial Oil has conducted over the last five years is the decommis sioning and clean-up of former petro leum distribution sites. Of the many

threats, under-utilized lands usually in already serviced areas, and their associ ated economic impacts.

ies that have a routine influence on the

contaminated site redevelopment proc ess through building and rezoning per mit applications. Municipalities may see this added responsibility as undesired downloading and may be illequipped for the transition. Unless there is a demonstrated adverse effect, the MOE will not be involved. It is now

the Ontario MOE to define and limit

sites decommissioned so far in Ontario

environmental liabilities for the major stakeholders involved (responsible par ties, financial institutions, developers,

and British Colombia, a good percent age was sold and redeveloped into al ternative land use. The sites are now

and consultants) is commendable. The

being used as parking lots, donut shops,

initiatives by environmental practitioner associations (Consulting Engineers of Ontario, the Professional Engineers of Ontario, and the Association for Geo-

scientists in Ontario) to further clarify and improve the status and wording of the Record of Site Condition included

Solutions need to be found to deal

with the issue of orphan sites. The pre vention of new contaminated orphan sites should be the first order of busi ness. It is unfortunate that the Ontario Guideline and British Colombia's Bill 26 do not deal with this issue.

Once we have rules we all agree are fair, corporations such as Imperial Oil need the protection and consistent en forcement of these rules and processes that are in place in order to deal with subsurface contamination. If it pays to be environmentally irresponsible, one cannot expect responsible behaviour, in

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in the Guideline were equally important. However, it remains to be seen if,

after putting all the right logistics in place, the widespread redevelopment of contaminated sites will follow. In the

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Focus on Site Remediation paiticulai"from corporations who live on the edge in a competitive international market-place. Conclusions

The Guideline for Use at Contami nated Sites in Ontario has provided a good general framework that will need some additional tinkering down the road in order to work properly. One of the uncertainties related to the process the MOE envisioned will hopefully end now the status and wording of the Record of Site Condition has received clarification.

Ongoing efforts to clarify the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved, and the continued introduction of gen erally accepted and affordable rules, processes, and standards are essential. The Guideline has not so far resulted

in a race to clean up contaminated sites

in Ontario due to a lack of financial in centives and the risks and uncertainties involved. An economic driver will not

do the job if there are no financial in centives or if the risks are too big. Even though using the economic driver in stead of the regulatory driver is likely the preferred way to tackle the issue of contaminated site redevelopment, it re mains to be seen if the market forces will

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Water Supply

Water supply to Cono Norte and you thought you had problems

TheCity of Lima is the capital of Peru, with a rapidly grow ing population currently

pegged at about six and a half million. Water supply is provided by a combination of groundwater and treated surface water taken from the Rimac River that flows from the Andes. Con

trary to any preconceived notions you might have about these snow capped

Andes with the ultimate goal of supply ing more of the city from La Atarjea. This is where Delcan entered the pic ture on a $L2M project funded by the World Bank.

Delcan's task was to model the north

end of the city, assuming a gravity sup ply from Atarjea via an extension of an existing 1600 millimetre diameter watermain.

The model is shown

water demand of 2.3 cubic metres per second or 43.5 million gallons a day. The region is currently supplied by fiftyseven wells drawing from a declining resource and demand outstrips supply by an ever-widening margin. Despite the shortages, people continue to flood into the area and the city has been un able to stem the tide. The best they can do is ensure that each new development has its own system of wells and an el evated "head" reservoir paid for by the developer. The economics are perhaps

Rainfall in Lima is virtually unknown and winter is characterized by an occa

schematically in Figure 1. The design flow from Atarjea was 11.6 cubic me tres per second or 220 million gallons a day, a substantial flow by any standard. This work led to the detailed design of 34 kilometres of watermain ranging in

sional shower of soft rain that is little

size from 1600 to 350 millimetre diam

more than condensation within the ever

eter, threaded through a densely popu

Unfortunately, this policy was cre ated without a master plan to address the

present fog created by the cold Humboldt current making its way up

lated urban environment to serve Los

eventual connection of Los Olivos and

Olivos in the north "cone" and Callao

Callao to La Atarjea's gravity supply.

from the Antarctic. The foothills sur

to the south.

This left Delcan with the unenviable task

rounding the city are completely barren

The design population for Los Olivos was 750,000 with a corresponding

of designing a gravity system to supply an area with at least twenty-four tanks.

mountains however, water on the Pacific

side is scarce to the point where the en tire western coastal region from Chile to Ecuador is a desert.

and one can be thankful for small mer

cies as there are no prevailing winds to whip up the layer of dust that substitutes for vegetation. All in all, it is a rather dismal picture but one that doesn't do justice to the city as a place where Delcan was more than happy to spend the past year designing a trunk watermain system to supply a developing area

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questionable, but the general feeling is that they will at least have the tools to ration whatever water is available.

future ^pplq fran

^Ro Chillon

Indudfld in Wodei

known as Cono Norte or the north

"cone"for its geographical shape on the map.

Groundwater is the only option for supply to the city's fringes because every drop of water from the Rimac is already spoken for. The entire Rimac flow is diverted to La Atarjea water treatment plant as it enters the city, leaving a bone dry river bed downstream until it mys teriously begins to flow again before it enters the ocean. One suspects that raw water quality is a little poorer than that upstream of the plant-enough said! As the city grows therefore, the pressure on groundwater increases and the water ta ble is falling rapidly, leaving well pumps high and dry. In areas close to the

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la Atarjea Water Treatment Plant

Pacific, there is evidence of saltwater intrusion.

Lima's water authority, SEDAPAL,

Centre Lima

with assistance from various interna

tional lending agencies, has embarked on a programme to augment its surface supply through diversions high in the

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By Hugh Tracy and John Himanen* all operating at different top water lev Los Chm Kfiservoirs

els as shown on Figure 2. Does the ex pression, a silk purse from a sow's ear spring to mind? The design objective was to divide Los Olivos into a number of manage

*-

able sectors with control valve connec

tions to the Atarjea trunk to be remotely operated based on a rationing schedule for the whole city. The sectorization process was essentially a visual exercise taking into consideration population, existing interconnections between adja cent developments, natural boundaries formed by roads or other geographical features, distribution of elevated storage and operating water levels.

...

are unlikely to be flattering. Whatever

appear attractive for re-sale. This is not

the outcome however, SEDAPAL has

a trivial concern but in one instance at

for its connection to the Atarjea trunk. Extended period simulations were used

been given an opportunity to approach the integration of groundwater and sur face supplies from a new perspective; one that should result in significant economies and improved operation for

least, negotiations resulted in a settle ment leaving Delcan with the total sta tion equipment and our intrepid entre preneur with the spare tire off the truck.

to ensure that the tanks would work in a

the future.

"floating" mode despite differences in level. The results were surprisingly good but we have been around long enough to realize that comparisons be tween theoretical and actual operation

On a lighter note, one of the realities of working in a developing area such as

cessful. For the most part however, the community recognized the benefits of the project and went out of its way to be helpful. For more information,

Using EPANET, each sector was modelled to determine the best location

Los Olivos, is the increased likelihood

of meeting entrepeneurs whose eco nomic outlook makes survey equipment

On another occasion we were less suc

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