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Contents Moncton celebrates drinking water partnership - see page 30

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ISSN-0835-605X

December/January 2001 Vol.13 No.6 Issued January, 2001

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Renewable energy sources - see page loe

Features 7

LBE - the unseen threat against our water - by Tom Davey

97 Ontario resort upgrades its wastewater treatment facility

16

Report from WEFTEC 2000

100 High-speed biological treatment

22 Project evaluates LNAPL recovery 27

New greenhouse gas discovered

28

Feds declare road salt toxic

30

Moncton celebrates drinking water partnership

101 Biofilm reactor for refinery wastewaters

102 Ice cream firm uses high-tech system

103 New concrete pipe installation standard

32 Using sodium hypochlorite safely

104 Reducing arsenic in mine effluent

34

106 Renewable energy sources - an environmental panacea or not?

36

Environmental challenges of 2001

Polluting neighbours to be held accountable

38

Recycled water system in Nunavut

40

World's largest ultrafiltration plant

41

MOE releases report on Walkerton

43

81

Is your drinking water system at risk?

54 Equipment and Service Suppliers

84

PCBs and other POPs In the Arctic

69

Products and Services

94

Burnaby Lake dredging project

79

Associations

96

ITT Flygt wins energy awards

Directory & Specifiers' Guide Guide to Consultants and Laboratories

Departments 8

Feedback

34-35

Classifieds

12-20

Industry Update

44-49

Professional Cards

19

Date Pad

85-86

Literature Reviews

25

Ad Index

87-93

Product Review

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Editorial Comment

LBE- the unseen threat against our water

LBEis not a bacterium like the

But what exactly is it?

lethal E. coli. 0157:H7, which

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has killed six and sickened

scores of people in other places besides Walkerton, nor is it a deadly parasite such as Cryptosporidium, which has killed hundreds of people in recent years around the world. LBE has not yet even gained the status of an acronym, while conversely, BSE is now irrevocably linked to mad cow disease, even by children. But in my opinion,the Low Bid Ethos (LBE), can be quite deadly to the de velopment, design and construction of all aspects of environmental science and engineering - and the public health.

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This editorial is not about Walkerton but

that unfortunate town has highlighted the enormous human and financial costs

involved when the safety of drinking water systems is compromised. If, as Clemenceau said, war is too important to be left to the generals, then treatment systems are too important to be left to the accountants.

Many years ago I conceived the term Low Bid Ethos after I saw consulting engineers, analytical laboratories and

Operations Challenges, under stringent competition rules, highlight the often for gotten role of plant operators in maintaining public health. tom of the food chain when faced with

municipalities, is a very definite syn

the low bid ethos.

drome.

Walkerton demonstrated, as never

before, how reliable analytical data is vital in protecting public health. Labo ratory equipment is not only extremely expensive,it requires a highly educated

I have heard repeatedly that many fine CAEAL* accredited laboratories have lost out on bids where the price differentials were more in keeping with the price of toys for children, rather than the science of ensuring the safety of childrens' health. equipment manufacturers repeatedly lose out to a low-price mindset. Too often, price seemed to dominate deci sion-making. There are umpteen sto

workforce with modern facilities for

proper record keeping and the all im portant custodial chain of command. I have heard repeatedly that many fine

ries of consultants whose innovative de

CAEAL* accredited laboratories have

signs and processes might have dramati cally improved water quality while sav ing energy. Worthwhile proposals, all too often, become victims of a low-price mindset. Equipment suppliers too, have many unfortunate

lost out on bids where the price differ entials were more in keeping with the price of toys for children,rather than the science of ensuring the safety of

Surprisingly, the low-bid mentality is not as prevalent in the profit-driven pri vate industry. People in charge of manu facturing facilities want filters, valves, instrumentation and other environmen

tal equipment that is well designed and reliable. Many private sector compa nies know that equipment failure is both disruptive and costly to any manufac turing process and that quality designs, service and reputation are actually eco nomical in the long run. Now I am all for municipalities and other owners getting very good value for taxpayers dollars, but value and price are not at all the same. I quote from my article Clean Water is Dirt Cheap, writ ten in the late '70s, some nine years be fore we formed Environmental Science

acute responsibilities

Now many complaints of low bid ding could well be from disgruntled los ers of quite fair contract competitions. And yes, many factors other than price are involved in decision-making. But I have heard so many stories from across

& Engineering: "Following a week when Ontario increased liquor prices by massive percentages - with no notable outcries - a councillor in my area made the following remark: People will scream to high heaven over a 50 cent increase a month. He was not talking about the liquor prices but a council pro posal to increase the flat water rate from

for human health -

Canada, which have convinced me that

$45 to $51 per annum. This same coun

were at the very hot-

the low bid mindset, especially in some

cil later backed down from a proposedS10 annuallevy on swimming pool owners in order to pay for the additional Continued overleaf

tales to relate, but

analytical laborato ries - a very high tech business with

By Tom Davey E-mail: tom@esemag.com

childrens' health.

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Analyticai Laboratories

Environmental Science cfe Engineering, January 2001


Editorial Comment

Environmental Science

& Engineering Editor & Publisher

TOM DAVEY

Managing Editor SANDRA DAVEY Sales Manager PENNY DAVEY E-mail: penny@esemag.com Sales Representative DENISE SIMPSON E-mail: denise@esemag.com Circuiatiori Manager VIRGINIA MEYER Publisher's Assistant

KATHLEEN CARIGNAN

E-mail: kathy@esemag.com President

STEVE DAVEY

E-mail: steve@esemag.com

Technical Advisory Board Jim Bishop

water pools consume. Following irate protests from swimming pool owners, council beat a hasty retreat and the swim ming pool levy evaporated, as it were." As even an average pool in Ontario might lose something like 2,000 gallons per month from evaporation - not to

knowledge at seminars,courses and con ferences. There must also be an increased

focus on operator training courses and certification. The Water Environment

Later, when we moved from an

Federation's Operations Challenge is a sterling example. Teams of operators complete several practical tasks,includ ing the installation of house cormections to sewers, wastewater analyses, and test ing under rigorous safety criteria.

unserviced ai'ea, to a house served by mu nicipal watermains, we were surprised

done very well in these international

when our home fire insurance went down

WEF events.

mention filter backwash losses-the ten

dollar levy, which provoked so much ire, was actually a remarkable value.

$100 a year. When I enquired of the in

Canadians from EC and Ontario, have

Certification of all water and waste-

surance broker why our fire insurance premiums had been reduced,even though

water operators should become manda tory across Canada. Unlicenced pilots

the new house was much more valuable,

are not allowed to fly $20 million dollar

he replied simply: "The new house is served by pressure mains and fire hy

planes carrying some 300 people with out rigorous testing. We cannot allow

CH2M Gore & Storrie Limited

drants." The annual insurance benefits

operators to run $20 million dollar treat

Dr. Howard D. Goodfellow

alone were in excess oftwo years offixed

ment plants without training and certi

water rates in that area.

fication either.

Beak International Inc.

Bill Borlase, P.Eng. City of Winnipeg Alan Church, C.Chem., QEP. Church & Trough! Inc. George V. Crawford, P.Eng., M.A.Sc.

Stantec Global Technologies Ltd. Rod Holme, P.Eng. Earth Tech (Canada) Inc. Barry Loescher, Ph.D. Philip Analytical Peter Laughton, M.Eng., P.Eng., DEE

Much later, the town became fully metered but these incidents demonstrate

how the public has no idea of the value of municipal water and wastewater sys

R.V. Anderson Associates

tems. But whoever hears debates on the

Stanley Mason, P.Eng. Terminal City Iron Works

fiscal - not to mention public health benefits of well-designed and main tained water systems? Top notch water systems have usu ally been designed by consultants and municipalities, and built by contractors who are constantly upgrading their

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The provision of abundant safe and reliable drinking water requires a multidisciplinary combination of dedicated scientists, engineers, chemists, opera tors, contractors and suppliers. The low bid ethos is the most inappropriate way that I know of to ensure the reliability and safety of our water and wastewater systems. Walkerton was the first wakeup call of the new millennium. We must ensure that it is the only such tragedy of this century.

Feedback Dear Tom:

excellent forum for our seminar. We

On behalf of Consulting Engineers of Ontario and the Ontario Chapter of the

hope to continue to develop the semi nar into a much anticipated and informa tive event, one that remains a key ele

American Public Works Association, we

would like to thank you for your par ticipation in Infrastructure 2000: Ex ploring the Solutions. We believe that infrastructure issues must be continu

ously presented to governments and the public to emphasize the direct relation ships between infrastructure assets,eco nomic development and quality of life. The panel discussion addressed many key issues around water quality and the future of our water supply. Without question, the views expressed by you and the other members of the panel, challenged our audience and helped us to raise awareness of the issues. The

spirited question and answer period that followed confirmed the interest gener ated by the excellent presentations of our panel members. As a major annual construction in dustry show. Construct Canada is an

ment of Construct Canada.

Once again, thank you for your time and commitment. Your contribution

helped to make our seminar a success and we look forward to working with you again in the future. Sincerely, D.C.Ingram,P.Eng., President, Consulting Engineers of Ontario

Tom: Your November edition is extraordi

nary! Although I've enjoyed all of your publications for over a decade, the focus on Walkerton is very timely and useful to all involved in the business of

providing safe water for Canadians. Veso Sobot,P.Eng., Vice President, Solenco Inc.

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001


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Ontario completes inspection of 645 water treatment plants

health concerns - have been ordered to

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• in five cases, plants failed to comply Between June 1 and December 1, with minimum treatment guidelines; 2000, various deficiencies were found • in six cases, plant operators were not at 357 facilities. The ministry has or appropriately certified by the ministry dered the owners of 311 plants to take or had inadequate ongoing training. Water.

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EPCOR Water Services receives award for

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Industry Update

Radioisotope may be best way to track pollution Unlike dirty pollutants, when clear chemicals spill into a muddy river, of

Gawenis were asked to find a compound that could be traced through water con taining different types of sediment such as sand, rock, silt and even sewage. Following several tests of various radio

ten no one is able to estimate how far

active molecules, Jurisson discovered

downstream damage will occur. Now, a University of Missouri-Co lumbia chemistry professor beheves she has uncovered an answer to tracking these problems, and it is closely related to a radioisotope used in diagnosing various diseases, including cancer. By using the radioactive isotope Technetium-99m, Silvia Jurisson has discovered an easy way to track pollution in rivers and still

that Technetium-99m in the form of

leave the environment untouched.

"A dye is not a good tracer if the water is heavily coloured, so we were asked to find a good alternative," Jurisson said. "Technetium-99m is a

great alternative because it's very easy

pertechnetate was the best. Pertechnetate is used in the medical imaging of organs in the human body. "The molecule is great because it emits a very low energy gamma ray, and water is a great natural shield against ra diation," Jurisson said. "In addition, you only need to use a very small amount as a tracer for the pollution, and it eventu ally decays so that there's nothing left." In addition, with a radioactive tracer, scientists and researchers will know the

extent of the pollutants in much greater detail than before. Oil spills are easy to track because the pollution does not mix

to track since there is not a lot of back

with the water. Instead, it floats on the

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lems, and it has a 6-hour half life. After

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Fireworks may release toxins

Fireworks were the highlight of Millen nium celebrations the world over. But

was there an environmental component to the fiery displays around the globe? Fireworks could pose a chemical insult to those who suffer from lung and heart conditions. While usually exciting, the pyrotechnic displays shower toxic particulates, says Earth Island Journal, published by the San Francisco-based Earth Island Institute. The report says that fireworks displays can generate in creased levels of airborne arsenic, cad

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WEFTEC Review

WEFTEC 2000 blended education, science, networking and entertainment WEF's Anaheim ceremonies rivalled Academy Awards

Perhapsinfluenced by its close proximity to Holly

wood, the opening ceremonies of the WEFTEC

2000 conference and exhibition took on the look

of the Academy Awards, complete with upbeat music, a backlit stage, revolving Water Environment Fed eration(WEF)logos projected onto the ballroom walls, and entertaining speakers. Keynote speaker, Dr. Sylvia Earle, of Deep Ocean Ex ploration and Research Marine Operations,gave a first hand account of how important marine life is to the whole eco system. She showed photo highlights taken from more than 50 expeditions and 6,000 hours underwater diving. Emphasizing that overfishing is the major stress factor on marine ecosystems, she gave some startling statistics. In just over four decades, the worldwide tuna population has declined to 20% of what it was. Another bioindicator is

the horseshoe crab, which has survived uncounted global calamities over the past 400 million years. Yet in just 40 years, its population has shown a marked decline due to the

Keynote speaker. Dr. Sylvia Earle. The Water Environment Association of Ontario was well

represented this year, with members picking up three WEF awards. Geoff Scott, a past president of WEF and WEAO, was made an honorary member. The Regional Municipality of York received the Public Education Award. The region launched its Water for Tomorrow School Education Program in order to improve

the efficiency of water use. An important element of the program was public outreach and education programing. These programs were intended to educate and change the water-use attitudes of York Region residents. Booklet, in formation leaflets, newspaper advertising and teacher manu als were circulated to residents and schools.

Al Goodman (left) presents gavel to Incoming WEF Presi dent, Joe Stowe, Jr., a popular figure In Canada. impact of human activities. Dr. Earle urged people to go diving and see for themselves the wonder and diversity of the marine ecosystem. Only then, she said, will they not just view marine life as food. President Al Goodman demonstrated AquaVenturer, a WEF sponsored interactive CD-ROM program to some 2,000 delegates. This CD-ROM tells the story of water, its treatment and use throughout history. Mr. Goodman also explained WEF's role in the 13 part documentary series. Water, a drop of life which was broadcast this fall. The series, presented by Cormecticut Public Television, travels around the globe to examine the social, economic, cultural, strategic and agricultural aspects of drinking water.

By Steve Davey, President, ES&E magazine

David Bagley and Toby Brodkorb received the prestig ious Harrison Prescott Eddy Medal. The two water quality professionals were honoured for their paper: Modeling Microbial Kinetics in an Anaerobic Sequencing Batch Reac tor - Model Development and Experimental Validation, which was published in Water Environment Research. Their paper presents experimental results and modeling for a relatively new anaerobic treatment process, that has the potential to catalyze more implementation by practition ers of anaerobic batch reactor treatment. The Eddy Medal is awarded for research that makes a vital contribution to

existing knowledge of the fundamental principles or proc ess of wastewater treatment, as comprehensively described and published in a WEF periodical. David Bagley is an associate professor of civil engineer ing at the University ofToronto. Toby Brodkorb is a project engineer with CH2M Hill (Toronto). During its annual meeting held during the conference, the WEF Board of Directors voted, after considerable de

bate, to go with a two-city rotation beginning in 2010. Chi cago and New Orleans will be the only two host cities after that date. The Board also approved the 2001 budget of $18,552,600(US)prepared by WEF Treasurer Prad Khare, from British Columbia.

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Industry Update

Supervisor

Alberta firm claims success

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Industry.Update plete the Ozone Layer and the Conven tion on Biological Diversity are among the agreements covered in the database. The database was a result of a study of Canada's record in meeting its inter national environmental commitments, published in the Commissioner's 1998 Report. The study found, at the time, that information on Canada's commit

Issues to be addressed by the concrete pipe industry will be differentiation of pipe uses and quality of polyethylene resin used in the production of storm sewers.

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ance in implementing its commitments and consequently did not have an over all picture of the extent to which it was meeting its international obligations. The Department of Foreign Affairs

American Environmental Technology Tradeshow and Conference - Evolving solu tionsfor a changing world, Montreal, QC, organized by Reseau environnement. Con tact: Tel: (514)270-7110, Fax: (514) 2707154, Web site: www.americana.org. April 1-3,2001. Water Environment Asso

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Industry Update Secret to ancient disaster

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cometary debris or the eruption of a su per volcano. Whatever it was, it's chro nology is clearly etched in tree rings from around the world, said professor Mike Baillie of Queen's University in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

But something catastrophic occun-ed on Earth 1,500 years ago, and it may be linked to the onset of the Dark Ages.

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The event probably also coincided with the end of the Roman Empire and the death of King Arthur. The global environmental event that occurred around the year 540 AD is not recorded in any history books. But the tree-ring chronologies compiled from samples of trees, some preserved in bogs, which date back thousands of years, single out something that was quite extraordinary. "This catastrophy shows up in trees all over the world," Professor Baillie told a news conference at the meeting of the British Association for the Ad vancement of Science.

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Chemical Wastes

Dramatic LNAPL recovery at a Ontario manufacturing faciiity

A state-of-the-art Light Non-

Graph 1: Cumulative Comparison of Non-Pulsing versus Pressure Pulsing Free-Product Removal

Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL) recovery pilot study has been performed at a large manufacturing facility in Cam bridge, Ontario. The facility has been in operation for nearly 100 years and is bound by a river to the east, a well field to the north, residential housing to the

■Area I Product Removal During Pulsing ■ Trend Line Based on Non-Pulsing Free Product Removal 'Log. (Area 1 Product Removal During Pulsing) 'Log. (Trend Line Based on Non-Pulsing Free Product Removal) Pressure Pulsing: 8.15 litres

29 days Remove! Rate:

102.6 litres/year

west, and wetlands to the south. The

site is directly underlain by fractured dolostone bedrock (approximately two metres below grade), and the water ta

Non-Pulsing; 114.1 litres

3072 days Removal Rate:

13.56 litres/year

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ble is encountered beneath the bedrock

surface, approximately 2 to 3 metres be low grade, flowing in an easterly direc tion towards the river. Environmental studies conducted at Time

the site have identified a zone of LNAPL

floating on the water table in the frac tures and weathered bedding planes within the dolostone bedrock at differ

tres below grade in the study area. Given the range of porosity, model pre

referred to as Area 1). See Graph 1. From June 1, 2000, to August 25,

ent localities on the site. The LNAPL

dictions estimate LNAPL volumes of

2000, a state-of-the-art enhanced LNAPL

forms a separate layer of free product which floats on the water table in a fash

500 to 1,000 L at two separate locations on the site. Significant efforts have been

ion similar to the oil in a salad dressing

made to remove the LNAPL, and asso

recovery scheme was employed at Area 1 on the site using a technology devel oped for, and proven in the oil industry. The technology is referred to as Pressure Pulse Technology (PPT) and was pat ented by PB-TECH Inc. of Cambridge,

ductivity of 2.5 X 10'^ m/s, a porosity of

ciated dissolved phase plume including the installation of groundwater extrac tion wells along with monthly manual pumping of LNAPL recovery wells with a diaphragm pump. Pumped ground-

5-10%,and a transmissivity of approxi

water is treated on-site and used as

mately 6 X 10"^ mVs. The uppermost

make-up water in the facility. The re covered LNAPL is shipped off-site for disposal at a licensed facility. The LNAPL, composed of bis (2ethylhexyl) phthalate - also referred to as di-octyl phthalate (DOP) - has a den sity of 0.9861 g/cm' and viscosity of 150 cp. The LNAPL layer has a measured average thickness of 0.5 cm within the on-site plume, and the historical recov ery rate using conventional pump-andtreat technology has been approximately 13.6 litres/year (from the area of the site

when left undisturbed.

Hydrogeological studies at the site have characterized the dolostone bed

rock to have an average hydraulic con

weathered bedrock zone extends to a

depth of 15 metres below grade, and is underlain by a zone of lower permeabil ity dolostone extending from 15 to 25 metres below grade. The municipal aq uifer zone extends from 25 to 100 me-

By Peter Gray, Brett Davidson, and Angela MacDonald, Wavefront Environmental

Technologies Inc.

Ontario and Edmonton, Alberta.

What is Pressure Pulse Technology? About 15 yeai's ago. Dr. Tim Spanos at the University of Alberta finished the initial development of a rigorous theory of porous media mechanics. Previous simplifications and assumptions were examined, found wanting, and cor rected, resulting in a theory that is more thermodynamically sound than either Darcy theory for non-dynamic flow, or Biot-Gassmann theory for wave propa gation. For example, Spanos found that porosity in porous media plays a funda mental role; to be rigorous, it must be Continued overleaf

Table 1: Pulsing versus Non-Pulsing Recovery Rates and Estimated LNAPL Removal Times Historic

Pressure

Estimated

Estimated

Estimated

Free Product

Pulsing Free Product Removal Rate

Time for Free Product

Time for Free Product

Removal Non-

Removal

(litres/yr)

Pulsing (yrs)

Pulsing (yrs)

Free Product

Removal Rate

Volume (litres)

(litres/yr)

(5% porosity)

500

13.6

102.6

36.9

4.9

(10 % Porosity)

1000

13.6

102.6

73.7

9.8

Location

Area 1

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Chemical Wastes

thickness of 0.5 cm to in excess of 50.0

PLATE lA:

cm in monitoring wells on-site. Plates lA and IB display the effects ofPPT at monitoring well OWA. Recovery rates

Pulsing Data for OWA

of LNAPL have also increased from

13.6 L/year to about 102 L/year. (See

PatiMi «y»itin.iunitd,oIIaiid

Graph 1). Table 1 provides a summary of nonpulsing versus pressure pulsing recov ery rates and associated volumes, along with projected time periods for LNAPL

CAugnino

free product recovery from Area 1 on the site.

Summary In summary, PPT has had a direct impact at the site,including an increased water level in the vicinity of the pulsing well by as much as 1.0 metre, an in creased LNAPL thickness ranging from

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Dato and Time Interval —Actual Average Ekvalions(oTop of Product(m)

—Actual Awnige Efevatiotit to Top of Water(ni)

300 to more than 1,000%,and increased

treated as a thermodynamic state vari able, similar to pressure and tempera ture, and not as a dynamically invariant quantity. (Aspects are discussed in the Dec'99 and Apr'OO issues of the Journal ofCanadian Petroleum Technology and at www.geoservicegroup.com). Based on Spanos' work, PPT was developed into two basic modes: an oil

shorten any clean-up activity. 5. Unplugging blocked water wells through mechanical perturbation effects of PPT.

6. Purge aquifers of saline water en croachment through excessive pumping. 7. Reduce the blockage rate of filtration beds (i.e. iron walls).

volumes of 500 litres and 1,000 litres

8. Deep well disposal of liquid domi

respectively (accounting for a range in porosity from 5-10%). Conversely, for enhanced LNAPL recovery using PPT, recovery rates for free product removal will be reduced to about 5-10 years of continued enhanced pump and treat for LNAPL volumes of 500 litres and 1,000 litres respectively. The magnitude of both the financial and environmental implications for overall site remediation can be clearly drawn

well workover mode; and, a field-wide

nated slurries such as feedlot wastes.

excitation mode. The first mode is the

PPT Project Study Experience At the site, PPT was used to produce pulses of pressure at the water table(ap proximately 2.5 metres depth), and has been shown to have the positive effects of increasing water levels, increasing LNAPL thickness, and increasing LNAPL recovery rates in the monitor ing and recovery wells.

use of aggressive pressure pulsing to establish oil production in new wells, or to revitalize flow from older wells that

may have experienced flow declines as the result of near-wellbore blockages, disconnection from reservoir energy sources, or other reasons. The second

mode is the use of long-term pressure pulsing in specific excitation wells to enhance the liquid mobility in the reser voir so that adjacent wells can experi ence increases in production.

LNAPL recovery rates up to 7.5 times faster than non-pulsing recovery rates. Data analysis indicates that, at current non-pulsing recovery rates, free prod uct removal will require about 37-74 years of continued pump and treat us ing conventional technology for LNAPL

The effects ofPPT at the site include

from these results.

an average water level increase Of up to

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There remain a number of areas out

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PLATE IB; Product Thickness in Meters for OWA

and financial benefits. In fact, the types of problems incurred in the environmen tal industry are physically quite similar to those encountered in the petroleum industry, except for two major factors: the pressures are much lower because of the shallow burial, and there is often

a phreatic interface close to or within the aquifer. Applications of PPT in the environmental industry include: 1. Mobilizing LNAPLs and Dense NonAqueous Phase Liquids(DNAPL). 2. Introduction of bioactive agents and nutrients in a well-dispersed manner. 3. Stabilizing viscous fingering or per meability channeling. 4. Increasing the basic flow rate so as to 24

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Report stresses toxicity of road salting

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Disinfection

Chlorination: a safe, reliable, simple and economical method of drinking water disinfection In the June/July issue (page 10), the authors discussed the use of liquid chlorination as an effective means of

potable water disinfection when used in synergy with other water treatment methods. This second part of the article describes how sodium hypochiorite can be safely introduced into water, then continuously monitored and controlled, to achieve a safe disin

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Sodium hypochlorite addition to water

Sodium hypochlorite is commonly added to water by positive displacement, diaphragm-type chemical metering pumps. These pumps provide a high degree of dosing accuracy and reliabil ity, and are available with chemically compatible wetted parts materials such as PVC, acrylic, VitonÂŽ, PVDF, and TeflonÂŽ. Due to the nature ofsodium hy pochlorite, it is normally recommended to use an auto degassing pump head to eliminate the problem of air locking. Safety precautions to be observed when working with sodium hypochlo rite include providing adequate ventila tion and an eye washer/shower station, containment for spill collection, and double wall pipe or tubing over high traffic areas. Also, pump backpressure valves should be installed at the injec tion location to prevent siphoning and to improve pump accuracy.

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Disinfection

considerations and high capital investment. On the other hand, sodium hypochlorite is slightly more expensive, but has a low capital investment cost and is safer to handle. An alternative to chlorination is chlorine dioxide, which

provides more powerful and rapid disinfection, and prevents the formation of by-products such as chloramines and THMs. Chlorine dioxide, which is widely used through Europe, is however a more expensive means of disinfection than chlo rine due to the capital investment cost of a generator and higher chemical cost. Ozone and ultraviolet are two other effective alternative methods of disinfection. However,they require high capital investment and are not able to provide a residual in the distribution system. Conclusions

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Global Review

The environmental challenges of 2001 The Stone Age did not end because the world ran out of stones

Federal Environment Minister David Anderson, told the Globe 2000 conference in Van

couver, that despite many en

Obviously, we have not yet turned enough of our attention to efficiencies. The US National Academy of Engineer ing estimates that 93 percent of the ma-

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France using 4.2 hectares per person, or 5.3 hectares each in Germany and the Netherlands. And it is far greater than

expand rapidly, by an estimated $1 tril lion per year, and the world's human population is expected to grow to almost nine billion in the next fifty years. So it is no surprise that the carrying capacity of the Earth's ecosystems to support hu man activity has finite limits. Let us look at the patterns of human produc tion and consumption and the effects they have had on the planet. "Over the past twenty years, the grown by 40%. That's to the good. But at the same time, we have increased our

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human activity and economic growth are continuing to outstrip our successes. "The global economy continues to

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days, we worry. "Companies like British Petroleum or Canadian-owned Suncor are reposition ing themselves as sustainable energy com panies, setting ambitious goals for green house gas reductions, and investing in al ternative energy like solar energy cells, and photovoltaics. Automobile compa nies are racing to market hybrid-electric vehicles, with Vancouver's Ballard Power

positioned to become a leader in the hy drogen fuel cells that will mn them. "As Don Huberts, of Royal Dutch Shells' Hydrogen Division, has said, "The Stone Age did not end because the world ran out of stones, and the oil age

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ment Act,the Fisheries Act,and the pro posed Species at Risk Act- which will allow us to bring polluters and environ mentally destructive individuals or com panies into line. "These new approaches will do more than regulate, they will focus on a co operative approach with tools such as

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Environmental Law

Common law doctrine of nuisance returns Damages for contaminating neighbouring property

In the 1830s and 1840s,there were

polluter had a duty to ensure that it did not cause contamination of abutting land United States, and Great Britain and, being unsuccessful in this, must that eroded the rights of landown make good the damage that ensued from ers to seek redress privately against pol the spill. luters. Typically, a landowner would The abutting owner was awarded commence a lawsuit under the common judgment against the polluter as follows: law doctrine of nuisance and complain $550,000for clean-up cost,$350,000 for that a nearby factory, belching smoke, diminution in land value, $20,000 for was dirtying his or her laundry that was business loss, and $25,000 for increased hung outside to dry, or a farmer would mortgage financing payments. Also, if object to a train passing by with sparks the polluter failed to clean up its land flying which would bum his or her hay

a spate of lawsuits in Canada, the

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The courts, while admitting that pri vate property rights were being violated, commonly denied redress for the griev ances on the ground that the nuisances were natural consequences of economic progress which, being in the public in terest, outweighed the private interests

and downsizing of environmental regu latory agencies), there is likely to be a corresponding increase in reliance on private property rights mechanisms for environmental protection, like the com mon law doctrine of nuisance. Further

more,private grievances are more likely to be given redress by the courts because of the growing public interest in sustain ing the natural environment. A watchful eye should be kept on similar cases that are proceeding through

If this trend continues, then the demand for forensic evidence to

identify the origin of point source pollution will increase.

of the landowners.

The law changes and evolves to re flect society's values. Whereas the pub lic interest in economic progress out weighed the private interest oflandown

during or before the time the abutting owner cleaned up its land, there would be a mandatory order that the polluter should pay the abutting owner the fur

ers in these earlier cases, there is an ex

ther sum of$85,000 for installing a sub surface barrier between the properties.

panding public interest in sustaining the natural environment that is challenging the priority of economic progress. The recent case of Tridan Develop ments Ltd. V. Shell Canada Products Ltd.

(Ontario Superior Court of Justice, May 2000), highlights this shift. The facts of the case are simple. In September 1990,a leak in the line running between an underground storage tank and the gasoline pumps caused a fuel spill at a gas station. The leak was repaired, and the contaminated soil replaced. In Au gust 1991, subsurface contamination was discovered on land abutting the gas station. The source of the contamina

tion was the fuel leak at the gas station. The owner abut

ting the property, brought an action against the polluter, and framed its case in the common law doctrine of nuisance.

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are retrospective to the 1830s and 1840s nuisance cases described in the opening. Hydrocarbons, sulphur carbons, and hydrogen sulphide were released into the atmosphere by an oil refinery. Wind car ried the consequential gas cloud over and around a small town,exposing many of its inhabitants to the gas. They are seeking damages for personal injury, property damage, and interruption to

the contaminated soil was awarded. In

business.

The measure of damages for the clean-up was the amount to restore the land to pristine condition immediately. The polluter could not rely on biodegradation because this displaces the so lution into the distant future. Instead,

addition, the abutting land had dimin ished value even after clean-up because the stigma of contamination would re main attached to it. The damages for diminution of value represented 13% of the "unstigmatized" value ofthe property. The Tridan case is under appeal to Ontario's Court of Appeal. Therefore, its impact has not been felt fully. The Court of Appeal will have the opportu nity to define the parameters around which nuisance law can be used to re

dress environmental pollution if and when the appeal is heard. In the interim, the case serves as a useful precedent for litigants or potential litigants with a similar fact situation.

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Research and Development

Unusual recycled water process developed for sewage system In Nunavut

The owner of a bed and breakfast in northern Canada, Jens Steenberg, is using a recycling de

vice that could transform water use in the Arctic.

He has not emptied the sewage tank servicing his business for 18 months, thanks to what he calls a biofilter.

This is a two metre wide cylindrical tank and a covered vat, plus a tangle of pipes, tubes and gauges. The device works like an in-house septic tank, using naturally occumng bacteria to strain the solids out of wastewater. Water left behind is filtered further, disinfected with

So far its record has been spotless. He says: "It's actually turning out better than the Town water." The biofilter was devised by Ontario-based Creative Communities Research. It cost about $30,000 to purchase and install, and has been operating since the bed and break

fast opened in April 1999. It has cut water use by about 60 percent, in addition to almost eliminating the need for sew age pickup. In the Arctic, where the price of water and sewer serv ice is exorbitant, those kind of savings soon add up. The

ozone, and then piped back into the plumbing, where it is used for washing clothes and flushing toilets. Government permission to use the recycled water for showering is still pending. "It is pure, you could even drink

average cost of providing water service in Iqaluit is about 2.5 cents per litre. (Many urban Ontario communities pay less than one cent per thousand litres). In outlying com

it, but we are not allowed," Mr. Steenberg said.

recycling water would save substantial sums of money. Mr. Steenberg and the president of Creative Communi ties Research, Rolf Paloheimo, are pitching a plan to the Town of Iqaluit to try out the recycling system on a larger

The recycling equipment is installed in his bed and break fast business. Accommodations by the Sea, an airy, six bed

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munities, where water costs are nearly five cents per litre,

scale, which could save the Town a couple of million dol lars a year. In a draft proposal submitted to the Town this summer,homes in the Apex area of Iqaluit would be linked to a central biofiltration system. The wastewater from the homes' toilets would be pumped to the filter, purified, and then sent back to the houses. "We could have three or four

systems like that in Apex and that would take care of all the houses," Steenberg said. Creative Communities Research would likely pay to

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Matthew Hough,Iqaluit's director of public works, said he was "cautiously optimistic" about the prospect of large scale water recycling in Iqaluit. A preview will be available soon in another Arctic com munity, Cape Dorset, where another biofilter designed by Creative Communities Research is scheduled to begin op

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biofilters. Mike Richards, the head of that community's housing association, said the hamlet is optimistic about the $80,000 project. He expects the technology to spread throughout the community if the cost savings end up being significant. He said: "They're pretty diligent about trying to save money here. If we can cut down our water delivery by a third or a half, that's pretty substantial." The biofilter was designed as part of an integrated sys tem known as the Healthy House System. "The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation ran a Healthy House competition in the 1990s. 'The specification was that the house needed no municipal services," said Mr. Paloheimo. "Our system won it." The biofilter is still at the pre-commercialization stage, but interest is growing across Canada and particularly in China. Systems have been installed in Toronto, North Van couver, another project in Yellowknife, as well as Iqaluit and Cape Dorset. Source: Nunatsiaq News online. Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001


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Drinking Water Update

MOE releases report on the E. coil outbreak in Walkerton

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system caused the observed system con

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final report of the Municipal ity of Brockton on the cause

4) The two system storage facilities (Standpipes No. 1 and No. 2) were also

of the E. coli outbreak in Walkerton.

examined. No source of contamination

Produced by the municipality's engi neering consultants B.M. Ross & Asso ciates Limited, the report is a require ment of a field order issued by the Min istry to uncover the cause ofthe outbreak and assist in restoring the safety and security of Walkerton's water supply

was observed in either standpipe. Fur ther, E. coli 0157:H7 is typically asso ciated with cattle or sewage and the standpipe overflows and vents are on the top of the structure and thus are not sus ceptible to agricultural contamination. 5) In early May 2000, the Walkerton

water system from a single small source. Inspections at the Fnergizer Canada plant confirmed that there were check valves or closed gate valves in place. With the exception of one well at R. R. #4, Walkerton, all of the wells tested on

May 24 were negative for total coliform. No E. coli was found in any well. The several hundred cisterns repre sent a source of contamination but not

likely E. coli 0157:H7 which would be expected to have a cattle or sanitary sew-

system. B.M. Ross & Associates looked at a

number of different possible scenarios for contaminated water to enter

Walkerton's water supply and distribu tion system. 1) New watermain construction was oc

curring at two locations in mid-May

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2000. In addition, a new watermain was

opened to regular service at a third lo cation. Based on the investigation of the three locations, it was concluded that

there was low to no probability that any of the new construction locations con tributed to the E. coli contamination of

the water system. 2)It has been established that a fire event occurred on May 1, 2000, but that there was no identified depressurization of the water system and system hydraulic con ditions would be expected to prevent widespread distribution of any contami nants. Further, there was no apparent

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source of E. coli 0157:H7 in the vicin

ity of the fire. It was therefore concluded that the probability that fire events caused the system contamination in May 2000 was extremely small. 3) It has been established that four breaks/repairs occurred within the dis tribution system in 2000 and that they

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27. There are no reports or records of The Walkerton tragedy has made front page news since it began. breaks occurring between the end of March and May 2000 when the outbreak Water System was cross-connected to age origin. A contaminating cistern occurred. Although watermain break several private wells and almost five would be expected to cause only local, locations are a possible entry point for hundred cisterns, all of which had the not system wide, problems such as oc contamination, there were no apparent possibility of being a source of contami curred in Walkerton. sources of sanitary sewage discharge or nation. In conclusion, although the multiple agricultural run-off near the actual lo With the exception of the water sys cross-connections to private systems and cations and no system contamination tem at the Fnergizer Canada location cisterns represent a serious potential was observed in March or April. As a (Hwy.#9), all of the systems are small. problem (that has since been addressed), result ofinvestigations,it was concluded Even if contaminated, it would be ex it is unlikely that any of these systems that there was low to no probability that tremely unlikely that the contamination was the cause of the outbreak in Walkerbreaks/repairs of the water distribution would be distributed throughout the Continued overleaf Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001

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Drinking Water Update ton. (It is noted that during the building by building disinfection program carried out by OCWA, these private systems were identified and separated from the distribution system. A by-law is pres ently in place to prohibit cross-connec tions.)

6) Based on the investigations, it has been established that, although there was significant surface flooding on the even ing of May 12 and morning of May 13, there was no apparent interaction of the flooding with either the storage struc tures or the water distribution system. Therefore, flooding of the distribution system was not a cause of the contami nation.

7)Investigation of Well Sites. The com ponents of the investigation included the following: • An extensive hydrogeologic and well investigation to establish potential con taminant pathways to the wells, includ ing both the well-heads and aquifers. • A land use inventory in the vicinity of the wells to establish potential contami nant sources.

• Hydrologic investigations at Wells #5 and #7 to determine the possible extent of flooding as a result of a storm event

on May 12, 2000. • Examinations of Walkerton PUC op erating records to establish: - which wells were operating and when, - quantities of water supplied, - chlorination practices. • Examinations of lab sample analysis results to determine the timing and ex tent of contamination.

the aquifer or surface run-off from a May 12, 2000, rainfall event. While it appears that activities with respect to manure handling were con sistent with normal agricultural prac tices, the presence of the manure, prob ably containing E. coli 0157:H7, and the excessive rainfall events of May 9 to 12, 2000, combined with a very low chlo

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Conclusions

Investigations were undertaken of seven types of locations or means whereby contamination could have en tered the Walkerton Water System. With the exception of the water supply wells, all alternatives were established to have

little or no probability of having caused the outbreak.

With respect to the water supply wells, it was the opinion of B.M. Ross & Associates, that it is probable that E.

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water conditions in the area where Walkerton's wells draw their water and

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111 -1020 Denison Street, Markham, ON L3R 3W5

2739 rue des Harfangs, Saint-Laurent, QC H4R 2T6 (514)217-2717 Fax:(514)832-0557 Contact: G.K.C. Eng, Principal

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

280 Pretty River Parkway, Collingwood, ON L9Y 4J5 (705)445-3451 Fax:(705)445-0968 Contact: Colin Kent, VP, Environmental Eng.

APPLEGATE GROUNDWATER CONSULTANTS

64 Blackfriar Lane, Brantford, ON N3R 7L3

(519)751-1581 Fax:(519)751-0714 Contact: Paul Puodziunas, Senior Hydrogeologist

AKAN OIL & MINERALS LTD.

naires.

ACCUTEST LABORATORIES LTD.

8-146 Colonnade Road, Nepean, ON K2E 7Y1 (613)727-5692 Fax:(613)727-5222 Contact: Robert Walker, Marketing Coordinator ACRES & ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

8 Waterloo Drive S.W., Calgary, AB T3C 3E8 (403)249-2269 Contact: R.O. Russell, President

APPLIED QUALITY INC.

8 Sunnybrooke Drive, Kanata, ON K2M 2P3 (613)599-7818 Fax:(613)599-4728 Contact: Andrew Noden, Vice President

THE ALTECH GROUP

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12 Banigan Drive, Toronto, ON M4FI 1E9 (416)467-5555 Fax:(416)467-9824

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Contact: Alex Keen, President AL-TERRA ENGINEERING LTD.

aaaaI TERJ^E

525 - 21 Four Seasons Place, Toronto, ON MSB 6J8

7711 -16 Street N.W., Edmonton, AB T6P 1M1

(416)622-9502 Fax:(416)622-6249

AQUA TERRE SOLUTIONS INC.

(780)440-4411 Fax:(780)440-2585 Contact: Corry G. Broks, Vice President

200 - 2 Gurdwara Road, Nepean, ON K2E 1A2 (613)226-2456 Fax:(613)226-5529 E-mail: info@aquaterre.ca Web site: www.aquaterre.ca

Contact: Bill Ctiistiolm, President ACTIVATION LABORATORIES LTD.

AMEC EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL

1336 Sandhill Drive, Ancaster, ON L9G 4V5 (905)648-9611 Fax:(905)648-9613 Contact: Dr. Eric Floffman, General Manager

110 -160 Traders Blvd., Mississauga, ON L4Z 3k7 (905)568-2929 Fax:(905)568-1686 Contact: David Rowney, Marketing Comm. Director

ADI SYSTEMS INC.

ANCHOR POINT CONSULTING

300 - 1133 Regent St., Fredericton, NB E3B 3Z2 (506)452-7307 Fax:(506)452-7308

150 Beddis Road, Salt Spring Island, BC V8K 2J2 (250)538-0110 Fax:(250)538-0120 Contact: Ralph G. Bischoff, P.Eng.

Contact: Robert C. Landine, President

R.V. Anderson Associates Limited

Marketing

R.V. ANDERSON ASSOCIATES LIMITED

400 - 2001 Sheppard Ave. E., Toronto, ON M2J 4Z8 (416)497-8600 Fax:(416)497-0342 AGL MARKETING LIMITED

20 Moultrey Crescent, Georgetown, ON L7G 4N5

(905)877-5369 Fax:(905^02-0819 E-mail: grant@agimarketlng.com Web site: www.aglmarketlng.com Contact: Grant Lee, President

Marketing plans and budgets; media campaigns and budgets; newsletters; market research, ghostwrit ing; proposal preparation; collateral material; exhib its; web site planning; presentations; client surveys; client contact and maintenance programs; and mar keting seminars.

ASHWORTH & ASSOCIATES

100-2 Bioor Street W., Toronto, ON M4W 3E2 (416)434-2723 Fax:(905)888-4765 Contact: John Ashworth, President

E-mail: Toronto@rvanderson.com Web site: www.n/anderson.com

Contacts: Ken Morrison, Peter J. Laughton Environmental and infrastructure specialists: plan ning and management, design and construction, operations and optimization services for water and wastewater, transportation, urban development and telecommunication technologies. Branches: Weiiand, Ottawa,Sudbury(Dennis), Lon don, Moncton (Touchie), Fredericton (Touchie), Charlottetown (Atiantech), Mumbai India(PRE Con sultants).

A.I. ENGINEERING SERVICES

ANGUS ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

4458 Bathurst Street, Downsview, ON M3H 382

44 Upjohn Road, North York, ON M3B 2W1 (416)443-8361 Fax:(416)443-8380 Contact: David Hopper, Principal

(416)398-5746 Fax:(416)398-9363 Contact: Aron Itkin, P.Eng.

Contacts: Dennis Lafleur, Louis Sabourin

Complete environmental consulting sen/ices includ ing: environmental audits, site assessments, reme dial investigations/feasibility studies, hydrogeoiogicai studies, soil and groundwater remediation, risk assessment, multi-media transport/exposure analysis, and environmental management systems. Branches:Toronto(416)635-5882, David McCiellan, Calgary (403)266-2555, Jim Brewington

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ASL ANALYTICAL SERVICE LABORATORIES

1988 Triumph Street, Vancouver, BC V5L 1K5 (800)665-0243,(604)253-4188 Fax:(604)253-6700 E-maii: info@ASL.CA Web site: www.ASL.CA

Contact: Brent Mawdsley, Business Dev Manager Specialists in environmental chemistry since 1982; permit monitoring; site assessment analysis; mo bile laboratory services; drinking water analysis; occupational hygiene consulting & analysis; waste characterization; laboratory design and training; SCC/CAEAL accredited for specific services. 43


Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING GROUP LTD.

D.G. BIDDLE & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

BURNHAM ENGINEERING INC.

300 - 4940 Canada Way, Burnaby, 80 V5G 4M5 (604)293-1411 Fax:(604)291-6163

96 King Street East, Oshawa, ON L1H 1B6 (905)576-8500 Fax:(905)576-9730

12 Woodland Crescent, RR #1, Bartie, ON L4M 4Y8

Contact: Devon Biddle, President

(705)728-5654 Fax:(705)721-8110 Contact: George Burnham, President

ATLANTIC UTILITY SERVICES

128 Shorting Road, Toronto, ON MIS 3S6 (416)292-4244 Fax:(416)292-4046 Contact: Christopher R. Jay, Project Manager

BISSET ENGINEERING INC.

448 Coniey Street, Thornhili, ON L4J 6T5 (905)660-4723 Fax:(905)660-6002 Contact: Douglas M. Bisset, P.Eng.

AURA INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES

R.J. BURNSIDE AND ASSOCIATES LTD.

656 Vanderburgh Drive, Buriington, ON L7T 3W7 (905)681-0879 Fax:(905)681-6980 Contact: Phii Fitzpatrick, President

BOOJUM RESEARCH LTD.

101 -460 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON M5A1T7 Contact: Margarete Kaiin, President

AZURIX NORTH AMERICA

15 Town Line, Orangeville, ON L9W 3R4 (519)941-5331 Fax:(519)941-8120 Contact: Rul DeCarvalho, President

R.J, Burnside & Associates Limited operates from seven locations In Ontario with over 150 full time

P.O. Box 57159, RPO Jackson Square, Hamilton, ON L8P 4X1 (888)776-7306,(905)572-5908 Fax:(905)572-5929

64 Buiiock Drive, Markham, ON L3P 3P2 (905)472-6660 Fax:(905)472-6665

Contact: Phii Sidhwa

Contact: Ralph Chatoor, Manager, Env. Services

BARENCO INC.

202 - 2561 Stouffvilie Rd., P.O. Box 295, Gormiey,

ON LOH 1G0 (905)887-6661 Fax:(905)887-1999 Contact: Jim Phimister, Hydrogeoiogist

BROSZ AND ASSOCIATES

BRUCE A. BROWN ASSOCIATES LIMITED

2-109 Vanderhoof Avenue, Toronto, ON M4G 2H7 Contact: Bruce A. Brown

technical and support staff. The company was In corporated In 1970 in the Town of Orangeville, On tario (about 75 km northwest of Toronto). Burnslde's has consistently provided quality engineering and consulting services to a constantly expanding number of clients.

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITORS INC. RR #1, Gilford, ON L0L1R0

(705)456-3318 Fax:(705)456-1255 BECQUEREL LABORATORIES INC.

BSA GROUPE CONSEIL

4 - 6790 Kitimat Road, Mississauga, ON L5N 5L9 (905)826-3080 Fax:(905)826-4151 Contact: Steve Simpson, President

100-107 rue St-Louis, Saint-Eustache, QC J7R 1X8 (450)472-6020 Fax:(450)472-9716 Contact: Mario Guerin, Engineer

Contact: John Sclberras, President

wafer resourcesplatming

Environmental consulting engineers and scientists specializing in

water supply, transniissiou and treatment

A.M. CANDARAS ASSOCIATES INC.

wastewater collection and treatment

203 - 8400 Jane Street, Concord, ON L4K 4L8 (905)738-0043 Fax:(905)738-9461 Contact: A.M.(Tas) Candaras, President

electrical engineering, instrumentation and controls

Acres &

Associated

municipal infrastructiuv services solid waste and hazardous mateiials management

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geo-environmental investigations and site remediation

CARLEY ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

environmental assessments and planning

500-626 Render Street W., Vancouver, BCV6B1V9 (604)685-1442 Fax:(604)685-1700 Contact: B. Neal Garley, P.Eng.

environmental health and safety

Environmental Limited

525-21 Four Seasons Place, Toronto, Ontario MSB 6J8*Tel(416)622-9502•Fax(416)622-6249 4342 Queen Street, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 6W1•Tel(905)374-4470•Fax(905)374-8365

Four decades of excellence in infrastructure planning Er engineering BARRIE

BELLEVILLE

CANADIAN ORTECH ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

2395 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON L5K 1B3 (905)822-4120 Fax:(905)855-0406 Contact: Brian Bobble, Project Development Mgr.

COLLINGWOOD

(705)726-3371 (613)966-4243 (705)445-3451

OTTAWA

(613)822-1052

CEMCORP LTD.

2170 Stantleld Road, Mississauga, ON L4Y 1R5 (905)566-7227 Fax:(905)566-7228 Contact: Mike Coulter, Managing Director

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CONSULTING ENGINEERS PLANNERS

CENTRAL PROJECTS GROUP INC.

15 - 250 Shields Court, Markham, ON L3R 9W7

(905)470-6570 Fax:(905)470-0958 Contact: Pete Casson, P.Eng., President CENTRE NATIONAL EN ELECTROCHIMIE ET TECH ENV

2263 av du College, Shawlnlgan, 00 G9N 6V8 (819)539-8508 Fax:(819)539-8880 Contact: Martin GIrard, R&D Director

Creating emality Solutions Together

CH2MHILL

The ALTECH Group www.altech-group.com

CH2M HILL CANADA LIMITED

(formerly CH2M Gore & Storrie Limited)

Environmental and OHS professionals providing consulting, scientific and engineering services. • EMS & ISO 14000 capability • Phase I & II investigations and remediation • Technology development and implementation PRODUCTIVITY

CREATIVITY

12 Banigan Drive Toronto, Ontario

255 Consumers Road, North York, ON M2J 5B6 (416)499-9000 Fax:(416)499-4687 E-mall: askcgs@ch2m.com

M4H 1E9

Web site: ch2m.com

Tel:(416)467-5555 Fax:(416)467-9824

Contact: Norman D. Muggins, Vice President Specializing In water and wastewater treatment, water supply systems, sewerage and storm drain age systems, water resources, air pollution, haz ardous waste,solid waste and energy management, and environmental planning.

EXCELLENCE

.V. Anderson Associates Limited consulting engineers, architects, technology managers

GEMS

IVater, Wastewater, Transportation, Urban Development and

Chemical Emission Management Services

Telecommunication Technologies

CHEMICAL EMISSION MANAGEMENT SERVICES

For employment and project development opportunities

5065 Forest Hill Drive, Mississauga, ON L5M 5A7 (905)820-6126 Fax:(905)820-1245

visit our web site: www.rvanderson.com

E-mail: tahlrak@lca.net

Contact: Tahir R. Khan, Vice President

Toronto(416)497-8600 E-mail: ToroDto@RVAnderson.com

Welland Ottawa Sudbury London Moncton Fredericton Charlottetown Bombay,India 44

Developer of MPRI software for compiling emission Inventory; we specialize In air pollution management

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories and controls, ambient/stack air monitoring, indoor/ workplace air quality, pollution prevention programs, ptiase I and 11 site assessment and remediation, waste audit and waste reduction plans, regulatory permitting and compliance in air and water quality, and environmental management systems leading

Environmental, Transportation & industrial Engineering

to ISO 14000.

Creating Value Through Service and Innovation

CHEVALIER ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES LTD.

British Columbia

5349 Outer Drive, RR #1, Windsor, ON N9A 6J3 (519)737-7042 Fax:(519)737-7045 Contact: G. Chevalier, President

Alberta

Saskatchewan

Telephone: 604.293.141 i

www.ae.ca

Ontario

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING

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CHISHOLM, FLEMING AND ASSOCIATES CONSULTING ENGINEERS

301 - 317 Renfrew Drive, Markham, ON L3R 988 (905)474-1458 Fax:(905)474-1910 Contact: R.G. Chishoim, P.Eng,

C.C. TATHAM & ASSOCIATES LTD. CONSULTING ENGINEERS - SITE PLANNERS - LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

CHURCH & THOUGHT INC.

Specialists in a comprehensive range of Environmental and Municipal Engineering

101 - 41 Vaileybrook Drive, Toronto, ON M3B 286 (416)391-2527 Fax:(416)391-1931 Contact: Alan Church, Partner

Collingwood CLIPSHAM LIMITED

101 -16 Mountainview Road 8,, Georgetown, ON L7G4K1 (905)877-2211 Fax:(905)877-1321 Contact: R. Ciipsham, President CONESTOGA-ROVERS & ASSOCIATES

651 Colby Drive, Waterloo, ON N2V 1C2 Fax:(519)725-5240

Bracebridge

Orillia

Tel.(705)444-2555 EMail: lnfo@cctatham.com

Tel.(705) 645-7756

Tel.(705) 325-1753

Web: www.cctatham.com

^ CH2MHILL CH2M Hill Canada Limited

CONSEIL OCTOGON TECH CONSULTING

Environmental Engineers, Planners and Scientists

51 rue Appiegrove, Doiiard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9A 1W3 (514)683-3829 Fax:(514)683-3829 Contact: Peter Csakany, President

255 Consumers Road, Toronto, Ontario M2J 5B6

phone:(416) 499-9000, fax:(416) 499-4687 direct dial: (416) 499-0090 -f ext.

CONSOLIDATED GIROUX

Barrie • Calgary • Ottawa • Thorold

ENVIRONMENT INC.

P.O. Box 2043, 11 Reid St., Charlo, NB E8E 2W8 (506)684-5821 Fax:(506)684-1915 Contacts: Eugene Rousseiie, Marc Fiebert

Toronto • Vancouver • Waterloo

CONSTRUCTION CONTROL INC.

Consolidated GIroux Environment Inc.

70 Haist Avenue, Woodbridge, ON L4L5V4 (888)348-8991,(905)856-5200 Fax:(905)856-1455

Dredging (since 1971)

Contact: Trevor T. Diseko, Project Manager

• Dewatering • Pumping • Weed Harvester •Tailings relocation • Hazardous Waste Reduction

CONSULTEC LTD.

4180 Dundas Street W., Toronto, ON M8X 1X8

(416)236-2426 Fax:(416)236-3677 Contact: Alex Ochrym CONSUMAJ ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS

4865 Laurier Blvd., Saint-Hyacinthe, QC J28 3V4 (450)773-6155 Fax:(450)773-3373

• High Speed Decanter Centrifuges

Tel: (506) 684-5821 E-mail: cgiroux@nb.8ympatico.ca

Fax:(506) 684-1915 Web site: www.GIROUXINC.com

Contact: Denis Choiniere, Dir., Environmental Div.

/r CONSULTANTS INC.

environmental site assessments, site remediation

planning and implementation, UST removals, site decommissioning, geotechnicai and hydrogeoiogicai investigations, stormwater management, site plan ning and grading design, hazardous materials sur veys, standard and deep foundation designs. J.R. COUSIN CONSULTANTS LTD.

91A Scurtieid Blvd., Winnipeg, MB R3Y 1G4 (204)489-0474 Fax:(204)489-0487 Contact: Jerry Cousin, President

Crechem Technologies Inc. • software development for environmental applications • simulation & modelling for process optimization • pollution control system design

COURTLAND ENGINEERING

260 Courtland Avenue E., Kitchener, ON N2G 2V7 (519)579-3110 Fax:(519)579-1510 E-mail: iaross@courtiand-eng.com Web site: www.courtiand-eng.com Contact: ian Ross, Mgr., Geo-Environmentai Div. Specializing in geotechnicai, environmental, and building sciences engineering. Phase i, ii and ill

Specializing in Computer-aided Design for Cleaner Production

1200 Montreal Rd., BIdg. M-2, 2""' Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R6 Tel: 613-744-6001 • Fax: 613-744-0573 - Web site: www.crechem.com

Toronto • Ottawa

□ELCAN ENVIRONMENTAL DIVISION

London • Hamilton Vancouver • Victoria

Specializing in:

Drainage Planning

• Water & Wastevialer Systems

Hydro-technical Services

Corporate Office: 133 Wynford Drive

• Industrial Treatment

Environmental Impact

Toronto, Ontario M3C 1KJ

• Stormwater Management

Environmental Planning

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Tel: (416) 441-4171 Fax: (416)441-4131

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories CRECHEM TECHNOLOGIES INC.

DILIjON

•Injrastructure

•Communities

•E' nvironment

• Facilities

Fl. 2 - 1200 Montreal Road, Ottawa, ON K1A 0R6 (613)744-6001 Fax:(613)744-0573 Contact: Jesse Stien, President CRESTECH

CONSULTING

(Centre for Researcti in Eartli and Space

VaDcomm- • Yelhwknife • Cnlgaiy • Witimpeg • Windsor • Chatham

Technology) 200 University Avenue, W., Waterloo, ON N2L3G1 (519)888-4423 Fax:(519)888-4330

Condon • Cambridge • Toronto • Ottawa • Iqnlmt • Fredericton Moncton • Hat/fax • PoifHamkesbmy • Sydney • Internationa! 235 YbrkJandBonkmrd, Smfe SOD, Toronto, Ontario M2J 4Y8 (416)2294646

Contact: Leanne Gelsthorpe, Mgr., Bus. Liaison CYRIL J. DEIVIEYERE LItVtlTED

www.dillon.ca

261 Broadway, Box 606, Ttilsonburg, ON N4G 4J1 (519)688-1000 Fax:(519)842-3235 Contact: John D. Wiebe, P.Eng.

»Duke Engineering

& Services(Canada),Inc. A Duke Energy Company

• Environmental Audits/Site Assessments

Ottawa

10 Thompson St., P.O. Box 1060, Clarenville, NF

AOE 1J0 (709)466-2700 Fax:(709)466-3090 Contact: Elaine McArthur, Project Engineer

(613) 232-2525

• Fractured Rock Hydrogeology • Environmental Management and Compliance

Toronto

• Hydrogeologic/Performance Assessment Modeling • Site Remediation

DAVIS ENGINEERING & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

• Risk Assessment

(905)513-9400 Calgary (403) 262-4885

nrc DECOMMISSIONING CONSULTING SERVICES LIMITED DECOMMISSIONING CONSULTING SERVICES LIMITED

V

FUNGI & BACTERIA ID & ENUMERATION

V TOTAL SPORE COUNTS(AIR-O-CELL, BURKARD, ALLERGENCO) V V V V V V

INDOOR ALLERGEN TESTING SEWAGE CONTAMINATION IN BUILDINGS MATERIALS, PARTICLE & DUST CHARACTERIZATION FULL PARTICLE IDENTIFICATION & SIZING DUST MITES/MOTH SCALES & ARTHROPOD FRAGMENTS ASBESTOS/LEAD/METALS/SILICA /CHEMISTRY

EMSL Analytical, Inc. participates in the AIHA EMPATprogram

www.emsl.com

107 Haddoii Avenue, Westmont. NJ USA 08108

1-800-220-3675

11-121 Granton Drive, Richmond Hili, ON L4B 3N4 (905)882-5984 Fax:(905)882-8962 E-mail: engineers@dcsltd.ca Web site: http:\\www.dcsltd.ca Contact: John N. Hilton, M.A.Sc., P.Eng. Environmental management; phase 1 environmen tal audits; phase 2 site assessments; phase 3 re medial investigations; site decommissioning; con struction management; risk assessment; hazardous materials management; geotechnical engineering; hydrogeology; water quality evaluation; wastewater and groundwater treatment; industrial hygiene; PCB, mould and asbestos management; underground tank remediation.

GAP EnviroMicrobial Services Inc.^ Microbiology Laboratory & Consulting iCBS

Microbial Training Consulting Services Respirometry 1020 Hargrieve Road, London, Ontario. N6E1P5 Telephone; 519-681-0571 Fax: 519-681-7150

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

DELCAN CORPORATION

133 Wynford Drive, Toronto, ON MSG 1K1 (416)391-7501 Fax:(416)441-4131

Contact: Douglas G. Langley, VP, Env. Division DELL TECH LABORATORIES LTD.

100 Coliip Circle, London, ON NOG 4X8 (519)858-5021 Fax:(519)858-5026

Contact: Vivian Cothros, Technical Manager DILLON CONSULTING LIMITED

300 - 100 Sheppard Avenue E., Toronto, ON

M2N 6N5 (416)229-4646 Fax:(416)229-4692 DL LABORATORY INC. TORONTO

H

MONTREAL

BRACEBRIDGE ST. CATHARINES

Gartner Lee Limited

17318- lOSAvenue N.W., Edmonton, ABT58 1E8

CALGARY VANCOUVER

WHiTEHORSE

(780)484-3752 Fax:(780)489-3612 Contact: Daniel Luk, Sr. Environmental Scientist

YELLOWKNiFE

J.T. DONALD CONSULTANTS LIMITED

"Our engineering consultants specialize in waste management solutions, simple or sophisticated. Please give me a call." Mark Sungaila, P. Eng., Principal Tei:(905) 477-8400 Ext. 226 nisungaiia@gartneriee.com, www.gartneriee.com

251 Bartley Drive, Toronto, ON M4A2N7 (416)751-5230 Fax:(416)751-6745 Contact: W.A. Ringis, Vice President DRG ENGINEERING LTD.

103A - 370 City Centre, Kitimat, BC VBC 1T6 (250)632-6110 Fax:(250)632-4500 Contact: Jelena M. Grabovac, Vice President DUKE ENGINEERING & SERVICES

Geomatrix Consultants

(CANADA) INC. 208 - 265 Carting Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1S 2E1 (613)232-2525 Fax:(613)232-7149

Engineers, Geologists,and Environmental Scientists 'Industrial Water/Wosfewofer Treatment

E2 ENVIRONMENTAL ALLIANCE INC.

■ VVosfe Minimization/Wastewater Reuse/Recycle

B24 - 6020 2 Street S.E., Calgary, AB T2H 2L8 (403)212-4065 Fax:(403)212-4013 Contact: Leo Bouckhout, Managing Director

■ Treofmenf System Upgrade/Optimization

Suite No. 1\465 Phillip Street

■ Treofmenf Sysfem Des/gn one/ Consfrucf/on

Waterloo, Ontario N2L 6C7

Tel:(519)886•7500 Fax:(519)886•7419

■ ISO 14000 - Environmental /Vionogemenf Sysfems

v/ww.geomatrix.com

EARTH TECH CANADA INC.

45 Green Belt Drive, Toronto, ON M3C 3K3 (416)445-3600 Fax:(416)445-5276

Contact: Roslyn Rupnaraine, Mrktg. Coordinator 46

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories ECOCERN INC.

4 Nursewood Road, Toronto, ON M4E 3R8

Noise Vibration and Acoustics

(416)699-6045 Contact: David H. Lewis, President ECO-GESTENV INC.

121 boul Hymus, Pointe-Glaire, QC H9R 1E6 (514)697-9220 Fax:(514)697-2090 Contact: Jacques Pierquet, President

ENGINEERING

ECOSYSTEMATICS

Noise Vibration Acoustics

100 Main Street, Penetangulshene, ON L9M 1T5 (705)533-2634 Contact: Myron P. Humeniuk, Principal

Howe Gastmeier Chapnik

EMP ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT & PROTECTION CORP.

2000 Argentia Road, Plaza 1, Suite 203 Mississauga, Ontario L5N1P7 (905) 826-4044, Fax 826-4940 www.hgcengineering.com LIMITED

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

201-50 Queen Street \W., Brampton, ON L6X 4H3 (905)796-1199 Fax:(905)796-2526 Contact: Kevin Ridley, President

Hydromantis,Inc.

EMSL ANALYTICAL INC.

107 Haddon Avenue, Westmont, NJ 08108 USA

L—HIZHZZ!

(800)220-3675 Fax:(856)858-3178 Contact: Joe Frasca, Director of Marketing

Consulting Engineers

1685 Main Street West, Suite 302, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L8S 1G5 Tel:(905)522-0012 Fax:(905)522-0031 infolghydtomantis.com

ENTECH,

A Division of Agri-Service Laboratory Inc. 4 - 6820 Kitimat Road, Mississauga, ON L5N 5M3 (905)821-1112 Fax:(905)821-2095 Contact: Mickey Misra, President

J.L. Richards & Associates Limited

ENVIRINFO

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

Consulting Engineers, Architects & Planners

(450)653-9254 Fax:(450)653-1124 Contact: Claude Laiumiere, Engineer

Water & Wastewater Treatment I Environmental Assessment & Planning ENVIROCHEM SERVICES INC.

310 Esplanade Fast, Nortfi Vancouver, BC V7L1A4 (604)986-0233 Fax:(604)986-8583 Contact: Thomas Finnbogason, President

Solid Waste Management I Stormwater Management I Watermain & Sewer Rehabilitation i 1

Providing a

i de

range

of Environmental Services

\

1 ENVIROCONSEIL

Ottawa

Kingston 613-544-1424

613-728-3571

Sudbury 705-522-8174

208 - 3930 boul Hamel O, Quebec, QC G1P 2J2

(418)877-2969 Fax:(418)877-1469 Contact: Denis Isabel, Engineer

Water Supply S Treatment

KERR WOOD LEIDAL

Wastewater Collection & Treatment

associates timiled

ENViROCON SERVICES

CONSULTING

ENGINEERS

Stormwater & Watercourse Management

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

Land Development S Community Planning

Contact: Dick Frier, Owner

Municipal Engineering &

ENVIROMEGA INC.

Water Resources Services

114-7 innovation Drive, Fiamborough, ON L9i-i 7H9 (905)689-4410 Fax:(905)689-7040 Contact: Hugh Monteith, Manager of Operations

Solid Waste Management •Operations

w\w.k\vijic.ca

Vancouver

Okanagan

Kootenays

engineering excellence

250-50.1-0841

250-.565-077H

since 1975

ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITORS

(CANADA) LTD. 240 - 100 York Blvd., Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1J8

(905)886-7965 Fax:(905)886-7967 Contact: Brett D. Reid, Sales & Marketing Manager

MacVir©

ENVIROMETREX CORPORATION

Designing Environmental^Energy Solutions

302 - 14A Hazelton Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 2E2

(416)928-0917 Fax:(416)928-0714 Contact: Richard Koiomeychuk, Principal

Consulting Engineers, Planners and Scientists, Specializing in the Environment

ENVIROSEARCH LIMITED

4166-15 Side Rd., RR #2, Rockwood, ON N0B2K0

(905)854-0360 Fax:(905)854-9811

MacViro Consultants Inc. 90 Allstate Parkway, Suite 600, Markham, Ontario L3R 6H3 {905)475-7270 • Fax:(905) 475-5994 E-Mail: 103700.2767@compuserve.com

Contact: Glen Pearce, President ENVIROSiM ASSOCIATES LTD.

205-7 innovation Drive, Fiamborough, ON L9H 7H9 (905)690-1122 Fax:(905)689-2200

environmental site assessments

Contact: Peter Doid, President ENVIROTECH ASSOCIATES INC.

7 - 2345 Wyecroft Road, Oakvilie, ON L6L 6L8 (905)825-5630 Fax:(905)825-5782 Contact: Henry A.Vens, President

EPEC CONSULTING (BASK.) LTD. 1601 A - 4th Avenue, Regina, SK S4R 8P9 (306)757-8694 Fax:(306)757-4202 Contact: Jim \N. Campbell, Manager

MALROZ

•risk assessment/management

Engineering Inc.

•site remediation

Kingston Ottawa

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

•waste management

•hydrogeology

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Marshall Mackiin

176 Speedvale Avenue W,, Guelph, ON N1H 1C3 (519)763-7774 Fax:(519)763-7757

Monaghan

Contact: Tim Sutherns

CONSULTING ENGINEERS « SURVEVORS • PLANNERS

ESG INTERNATIONAL INC.

Specialists in Environmental Planning and Engineering,

361 Southgate Drive, Guelph, ON NIG 3M5 (519)836-6050 Fax:(519)836-2493 Contact: Don Lewis, Director, Env. Technologies

Hydrogeology, Waste Management and Water Resources Toronto, Calgary, Missrssauga, Whitby 80 Commerce Valley Drive East, Thomhill, ON L3T 7N4

EVS ENVIRONMENT CONSULTANTS

195 PembertonAve., North Vancouver, BC V7P2R4

Telephone: 905-882-1100 FAX: 905-882-0055

E-mall: mmm@mmm.ca

http://www.mmm.ca

(604)986-4331 Fax:(604)662-8548 Contact: Jennifer Stewart, Mgr., Lab. Sen/ices FEHERTY AND ASSOCIATES LTD.

M

411 Queen Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 2G9 A Chemex Labs Alberta / Novamann International Partnership (905)898-3543 Fax:(905)895-0571 Contact: Brian Feherty, President Ontario Calgary

m Analytics Inc

Comprehensive Environmental Testing National Service

Certified/Accredited

5540 McAdam Road

2021-41 Avenue N.E.

Mississauga, ON L4Z IPI Tel;(905)890-2555 Fax:(905)890-0370

Calgary, AB T2E6P2

Quebec

Source Emissions

Occupational Health Rush Analysis

"

Tel;(403)291-3077

Fine Laboratories Ltd.

Fax:(403)291-9468 Edmonton '

FINE LABORATORIES LTD.

9420 C6te de Liesse

933! -48th Street

Lachine.QC H8TIAI

Edmonton, AB T6B 2R4

Tel:(514)636-6218 Fax;(5l4)631-9814

Tel:(403)465-9877 Fax:(403)466-3332

Toll Free: East (800) 563-6266

West(800)386-7247

236 Pritchard Road, Hamilton, ON L8W 3P7

(888)720-7579,(905)574-4977 Fax:(905)574-4766 E-mail: fine@fineiab.com Web site: www.fineiab.com

Contact: Tahir Mahmood, CEO & Vice President

PARKSON CORPORATION

One of the largest independent analytical iaboratories in Canada offering analytical research and test ing services in the chemical and biological sciences, industrial, food and pharmaceutical sectors. We are CAEAL accredited and conduct full service relation

ships with some of the largest environmental com panies throughout North America.

• Aqua Guard* Screen • Biolac" System vmnaisand • Lamella C Gravity

Settler • StrainPress SludgeCI'eaner

FINTEX MECANIQUE ET PROCEDES INC.

9050 RYAN AVENUE, DORVAL, QUEBEC H9P 2m8

306-7575 Rte. Transcanadienne, Saint-Laurent, QC

TELEPHONE 514-636-8712 FAX 514-636-9718

H4T 1V6 (514)336-2522 Fax:(514)336-8222 Contact: Guy Pelietier, Vice President

CANADA@PARtCSON.COM

y\VWW.PARKSON.COM

An Axel Johnson Inc. Company W.J. FRANCL CONSULTING LTD.

17 Birch Drive, St. Albert, AB TBN 0E1

Exceptional People. Exceptional Results.

(780)459-8001 Fax:(780)458-8599 Contact: Waiter J. Franci, President FRONTLINE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT INC.

910-22 Frederick Street, Kitchener, ON N2H 6M6

(519)741-9011 Fax:(519)741-9323 Contact: Robert Fedy, President

ANALYTICAL

-SERVICES-

5735 McAdam Road, Mississauga, Ontario L42 1N9 vgeldart@philipinc.com • 1-800-263-9040 ext. 275 • Fax:(905)890-8575 Valerie Gcldart

www.pscanalytical.com

National Accounts Manager

FUNDY ENGINEERING & CONSULTING LTD.

31 Dorchester St., P.O. Box 6626, Saint John, NB E2L4S1 (506)635-1566 Fax:(506)635-0206 Contact: Peter F. McKelvey, P.Eng. GAP ENVIROMICROBIAL SERVICES INC.

M - 1020 Hargrieve Road, London, ON N6E 1P5 (519)681-0571 Fax:(519)681-7150 segl@simcoe.com

www.seg1.com

GARTNER LEE LIMITED

102- 140 Renfrew Drive, Markham, ON L3R 683 Head Office:

Regional Office:

1815 Ironstone Manor Suite #10

516 O'Connor Drive

(905)477-8400 Fax:(905)477-1456 Offering Services in the areas of: Water Supply

Contact: Ron Porteiii, Vice President

Suite 205

GEOFFREY T.G. SCOTT CONSULTING

Pickering, Ontario

Kingston, Ontario

Pollution Control

L1W3W9

K7P 1N3

Drainage

ENGINEER

Tel:(905)831-1715 Fax:(905)831-0531

Tel: (613)389-1661 Fax:(613)389-2442

SCADA Bio-Containment

P.O. Box 28536, RPO Aurora Shop Ctr., Aurora, ON L4G 686 (905)727-3850 Fax:(905)727-3850 Contact: Geoffrey T.G. Scott, P.Eng. GEOLAB INC.

4234 King Street W., Sherbrooke, QC J1L 1W6 (819)563-3372 Fax:(819)563-3326 Contact: Syivain Dion, Director of Environment

Stantec Consulting Ltd. Environment, Health and Safety Services Stantec ♦ ♦

Environmental Engineering Ventiiation Assessment & Design

Air Poiiution Controi

7070 Mississauga Road, Suite 160 Mississauga, Ontario, L5N 7G2 Canada

GEOMATRIX CONSULTANTS

♦ ♦

Occupational Health and Safety indoor Air Quality

Site Assessment

♦ ♦

1-465 Phillip Street, Waterloo, ON N2L6C7 (519)886-7500 Fax:(519)886-7419 Contact: Ray Stickney, Project Manager

Remediation/Decommissioning Compliance Management/Audits

GEOSTAT SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL INC.

Tel:(905)858-4424• Fax:(905)858-4426 Website: www.stantec.com

500-800 boui Chomedey, Tour C, Laval, QC H7V 3Y4 (450)973-6561 Fax:(450)973-6070

Contact: Claude Duplessis, Project Manager

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"A leader\n providing innovative

15402 - 75 Avenue N.W., Edmonton,AB T5R 2Z1 (780)489-1357 Fax:(780)489-1357 Contact: Rick Barlow, President

automation solutions to our customers." We offer a compiefe range of products & services in ftie areas of; •Systems Integration • Process instrumentation • Control Panels •Programmable Logic Controllers • WIMI/SCADA • Computer/Network Services • Service

GEOVIRO ENGINEERING LTD.

305 - 535 Thurlow Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 3L2 (604)689-5307 Fax:(604)689-5708 Contact: David Karwandy, Principal GILES ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

108-3930 Stielbourne Street, Victoria, BC V8P 5P6 (250)477-2202 Fax:(250)477-2286

Summa Engineering Limited 6423 Norttiam Drive, MIsslssauga, ON L4V 1J2 Tei: (905)678-3388, Fax:(905) 678-0444

Summa Enterprises, Piace Grilli, 3539 Blvd. St. Charles, #350, Kirkland, QC H9H 5B9

Tel:(514) 591-5748, Fax:(514) 455-3587

Contact: George E. Glies, Senior Env. Engineer E.K. GILLIN & ASSOCIATES INC.

COMPLETE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE

98 Peel Street, New Hamburg, ON NOB 2G0 (888)771-6754,(519)662-3819 Fax:(519)662-6595 Contact: Julie Robinson, Environmental Specialist

architects

Water Supply •System Optimization • Wastewater Solid Waste Management• Environmental Assessment

planners

Site Assessment & Remediation • SCADA

engineers

GLOBAL TOX INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS INC.

6-367 Woodlawn Road W., Guelph, ON N1H 7K9 (519)766-1000 Fax:(519)766-1100 Contact: Ronald W. Brecher, Principal

TEL:(905)668-9363•WHITBY•Fax:(905)668-0221 E-mail: tsh@tsh.ca

BARRIE • BRACEBRIDGE• COBOURG • KINGSTON • LONDON OHAWA • SAULT STE. MARIE •ST. CATHARINES • WATERLOO

Web site: www.tsh.ca

Colder

EARTH AND WATER SECTOR

Associates

Ontario

Environmental Engineering Water & Wastewater Engineering

Manitoba

GOLDER ASSOCIATES LTD.

Saskatchewan

2180 Meadowvale Blvd., MIsslssauga, ON L5N 5S3 (905)567-4444 Fax:(905)567-6561 E-mail: solutlons@golder.com Web site: www.golder.com Contact: John Westland, Office Manager Our specialties include environmental management, environmental restoration, environmental audits, environmental site assessments, risk assessments, site/plant decommissioning, socio-economic as sessments, cultural resource management, bio-sciences, surface and groundwater management, waste management, geotechnical engineering, materials engineering, and surface and underground mining geotechnlcs.

Site Assessment & Remediation

Alberta

Hydrogeology Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Urban Drainage

British Columbia Northern Territories

& intemationaiiy

Visit our website at w4vw.iimagroiip.com

Compact - Low Impact Drilling by Water Regime "Specializing in geo-technicai and environmental drilling in confined and low impact environments" Standard auger and Geoorohe applications available

GREEN-TECH ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LTD.

Contact us at:(519)577-5114 (Dirlling Inquiries)

103-512 King Street East, Toronto, ON M5A 1M1 (416)707-4999 Fax:(416)364-6880 Contact: Thomas W. Davis, President

(519)884-5816(Ornce) WEB SITE: www3.sympatico.ca/wris

(Follow the links under "drilling") Water Regime Investigations and Simulations Ltd. P.O. Box 28040. Parkdale Postal Outlet. Waterloo, Cm. N2L 6J8

GROUPE CONSEIL GENIVAR

1091 boul Ple-XI S., Vai-Belair, QC G3K 1J9

(418)845-0838 Fax:(418)845-2876 Contact: Marc Marin, P.Eng.

Environmental Consultants and Engineers ♦ Environmental Engineering

♦ Hydrogeology & Hydrology

Services

GROUPE CONSEIL TS

325 rue de I'Espinay, Quebec, QC G1L 2J2 (418)647-1402 Fax:(418)648-9288 Contact: Paul Lefrancols, President

J4G2J4 (450)651-0981 Fax:(450)651-9542 Contact: Fernand Seguin, Engineer

♦ Environmental Control

♦ Solid, Liquid & Hazardous Waste Management

faWESA

♦ Site Remediation/Rehabilitation

& Monitoring

Brownfields Redevelopment ♦ Groundwater Control and

♦ Property Assessment

GROUPE SM INC.

2111 boul Fernand-Lafontaine, Longueull, QC

♦ Industrial Hygiene, Occupational Health & Safety

Construction Dewatering Design

♦ Environmental Management Systems

3108 CARP ROAD, P.O. BOX 430, CARP, ONTARIO KOA 1L0 Telephone: 613-839-3053 Email: wesacarp@wesa.ca Facsimile; 613-839-5376 WEBSITE: www.wesa.ca

A Better Environment For Business

OFFICES LOCATED IN: CARP - GATINEAU - KINGSTON - KITCHENER -EL SALVADOR

GRS COMCOR ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

12-320 Pinebush Road, Cambridge, ON NSC 2V3 (519)621-6669 Fax:(519)621-9944 Contact: Alexander E. Magditsch, VP, Engineering G.R. TECHNOLOGIES

103W-3800 Steeles Avenue W., Woodbrldge, ON L4L4G9 (905)856-1320 Fax:(905)856-1369 Contact: Craig A. Cameron,Sales & Marketing Mgr. HANNA, GHOBRIAL & SPENCER LTD.

3100 Temple Drive, Windsor, ON N8W 5J6 (519)944-3090 Fax:(519)944-5636 Contact: Dr. Ghobrial, Principal, Vice President

J^XCC XCG CONSULTANTS LTD.

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SPECIALISTS

• Industrial/Municipal Wastewater Management • Waterstied and Stormwater Management • Drinking Water Quality and Treatment

Vancouver (604)990-0582 Kitchener (519)741-5774 Toronto area (905)891-2400 Kingston (613)542-5888 www.xcg.commail@xcg.com

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• Hydrogeology investigation /Modelling • Environmental Site Assessment/Auditing • Remediation and Decommissioning • Environmental Management Systems

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HARGRAVE & BURDICK, ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

61 Brooklyn Avenue, Toronto, ON M4M 2X4 (416)410-4188 Fax:(416)466-5479 E-mail: BillHargrave@Hargrave-Burdick.com Web site: Hargrave-Burdlck.com Contact: Wiillam J. Hargrave, Principai Nationally recognized specialists In the planning,

engineering and scientific services needed for water and wastewater treatment systems including water quality assessments, treatabillty evaluations, optimization programs,feasibility and predesign re ports, facility designs, O&M manuals, computerize online interactive documents, plant troubleshooting, commissioning and staff training. T. HARRIS ENVIRONMENTAL

liJ M

MANAGEMENT INC.

242 Galaxy Blvd., Toronto, ON M9W 5R8

1-888-ASK-THEM,

(416)679-8914 Fax:(416)679-8915 Web site: www.tharris.ca

Contact: John C. Fisher, COO THEM is a diverse group of Industrial hygiene, en gineering, scientific, and technical professionals pro viding a wide range of environmental/occupational health and safety consulting services to Industrial, real estate, banking, commercial, institutional, and government clients. We have four full service of fices in Ontario and Quebec with associated offices across Canada.

HATCH ASSOCIATES LTD.

2800 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON L5K 2R7 (905)403-3944 Fax(905)855-8270 Contact: David Malien, Director Environment HATFIELD CONSULTANTS LTD.

201-1571 Bellevue Avenue, West Vancouver, BC V7V 1A6 (604)926-3261 Fax:(604)926-5389 Contact: John Villamere, Senior Env. Engineer

Hnc

technologies and management strategies. Inte grated systems approach to community and on-site supply, treatment, conservation, disposal and reuse. Water quality monitoring, technology evaluation, process optimization and system design.

Contact: Clarence D. Kent, Consultant KERR WOOD LEIDAL ASSOCIATES LTD.

HORNER ASSOCIATES LIMITED

139 - 16th Street W., North Vancouver, BC V7M 1T3 (604)985-5361 Fax:(604)985-3705 Contact: Frank Belfry, President

89 Queen Street, Truro, NS B2N 2B2

(902)895-1507 Fax;(902)893-2152 Contact; Mike Topley, President

KLEINFELDT CONSULTANTS LIMITED

HYDROMANTIS INC.

210 Sheldon Drive, Cambridge, ON NIT 1A8 (519)624-7223 Fax;(519)624-7224 Contact: Joe P. Stephenson, President

102 - 2400 Meadowpine Blvd., Mississauga, ON L5N 6S2 (905)542-1600 Fax:(905)542-2729 Contact: Richard Nellls, Manager, Forensic Science

IBI GROUP

Fl. 5 - 230 Richmond St. W., Toronto, ON M5V 1V6

(416)596-1930 Fax:(416)596-0644 Contact: Neal Irwin, Managing Director

Consultants Limited

INLAND AQUATICS

1740 Kingston Road, P.O. Box 31, Pickering, ON LI V 2R2 (905)852-0204 Fax:(905)852-0657 Contact: Bruce Foxton, Operations Manager

KMK CONSULTANTS LIMITED

220 Advance Blvd., Brampton, ON LOT 4J5 (905)459-4780 Fax:(905)459-7869 E-mail: kmk@kmk.on.ca Web site: www.kmk.on.ca

INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS LTD.

1602 - 265 Ridley Blvd., Toronto, ON M5M 4N8 (416)483-1074 Fax:(416)483-1054 Contact: Tony Tarsitano, President

Contact: Patrick McGrenere, Executive VP

Consulting engineers, project managers, ecological planners, landscape architects specializing in wa ter and sewage treatment and conveyances; proc ess audits and cost reduction engineering in proc ess, labour, and energy.

INTERNATIONAL WATER CONSULTANTS LTD.

342 Bayview Drive, Box 310, Barrie, ON L4M 4T5 (705)733-0111 Fax:(705)721-0138 Contacts: Gary Kuehl, VP, John A. Harris, P.Eng.

151 lAGGER

Hims

SI LIMI TED

KODIAK ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

871 Equestrian Court, Oakville, ON L6L 6L7 (905)825-2943 Fax:(905)825-8743 Contact: Randall J. Goodwin, Senior Env. Scientist KOSTUCH ENGINEERING LIMITED

JAGGER HIMS LIMITED

214-1725 St. Laurent Blvd., Ottawa, ON K1G 3V4

301-1091 Gorham Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y7V1

(613)521-7341 Fax:(613)521-0078 Contact: Raymond R. Kostuch, P.Eng.

(905)853-3303 Fax:(905)853-1759 Contact: Doug dagger, Consulting Engineer For 13 years, dagger Hims Limited has helped our clients solve their problems through the following areas of expertise: Waste management, wastewater, aggregate, property assessments, water supply, and geotechnics. Contact us for solutions to your prob

KRESIN ENGINEERING CORPORATION

132B Industrial Court A, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6B 5W6 (705)949-4900 Fax:(705)949-9965 Contact: Heinz Kresin, Senior Project Manager

lems.

LASALLE CONSULTING GROUP INC.

ENGINEERING

JAMES W. MACLAREN

9620 rue St-Patrick St., LaSalle, QC H8R 1R8 (514)366-2970 Fax:(514)366-2971

|vk}lse Vbrortion Acoustics

302 - 1285 Sandy Lane, Sarnia, ON N7V 4J7 (519)344-2241

Contact: Graham K. Holder, President

HOC ENGINEERING

Contact: James W. MacLaren

LAW ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

203-2000 Argentia Road, Plaza 1, Mississauga, ON L5N 1P7 (905)826-4044 Fax:(905)826-4940 E-mail: info@hgcengineerlng.com Web site: www.hgcengineering.com Contact: Bill Gastmeier, Principal Consultants specializing in noise, vibration and acoustics, including environmental noise and vibra tion Impact studies, assessments and audits; meas urements and analysis provided for industrial op erations, HVAC equipment, traffic sources and new residential developments. HOBBS MILLER MAAT INC.

467 John Street, Victoria, BC V8T 5H1

(250)389-0404 Fax:(250)389-0409 Contact: Joe Howroyd, Site Manager

Homestead Inspection & Engineering HOMESTEAD INSPECTION & ENGINEERING LTD.

744-86 Main Street, Dundas, ON L9H 2R1

(905)627-2918 Contact: George Eastwood, President Water and wastewater solutions for small systems; rural development, recreational properties, and ur

ban renewal. Public health, environmental protec tion and economic feasibility through appropriate 50

KENT ENGINEERING LTD.

475 Gordon Place, West Vancouver, BC V7T 1R7 (604)926-8601 Fax:(604)922-8271

JFM ENVIRONMENTAL

183 Glenn Hawthorne Blvd., Mississauga, ON L5R 2K8 (905)712-1500 Fax:(905)712-1555

225 Main Street West, Hamilton, ON L8P 1J4 (905)529-2374 Fax:(905)529-8364 Contact: Ahmed Naderi, Senior Env. Engineer

Contact: Frank Marcoccia, President L.D. CONSULTANTS INC.

3164 Dovetail Mews, Mississauga, ON L5L 5K5 (905)828-6475 Fax:(905)828-4717 Contact: L.D. Mishra, Director

EnoinEERino ltd. J.K. ENGINEERING LTD.

320 - 7930 Bowness Road, N.W., Calgary, AB T3B 0H3 (403)247-1777 Fax:(403)286-9895 E-mail: jkeng@telusplanet.net

LDS CONSULTANTS INC.

580-3333 ch Queen-Mary, Montreal, QC H3V 1A2 (514)940-3332 Fax:(514)940-3435 Contact: Simon Desjardins, President LECOMPTE ENGINEERING LTD.

Contact: Jan Korzenlowski, President

301 - 251 Bank Street, Ottawa, ON K2P 1X3

Specializing in water and wastewater treatment, water supply, sewerage and storm drainage sys tems, water resources, solid and liquid waste man agement, groundwater development and reclama tion, water level and quality monitoring with remote alarm monitoring system. Engineering, project man agement, turn-key projects. Established in 1987.

(613)236-6662 Fax:(613)236-2945 Contact: Jean Hebert, Environmental Engineer LE GROUPE FORCES

105-19 rue St-Charles Borromee S., Joliette, QC J6E 4S8 (450)756-8040 Fax:(450)756-6559 Contact: Thierry Freire, VP, Environment

JOHNSON ENGINEERING AND

ENVIRONMENTAL

LEY WATER QUALITY CONSULTING

1668 Lancaster Crescent, Saskatoon, SK S7M 3V9

46 Holland Crescent, Kingston, ON K7M 2V8 (613)546-5379 Contact: Arthur Ley, Ph.D.

(306)978-7157 Contact: Russell Johnson, Principal

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LENDER /Mi LENDER

Marshall Mackiin

Monaghan

MITCHELL, POUND & BRADDOCK LTD. 4 Church Street S., Richmond Hill, ON L4C 1W2 (905)883-1500 Fax:(905)883-4551 Contact: Geoff W. Pound, Vice President

PROJECT MANAGERS - B-IGINEERS - SURVEYORS - PLANNERS

MORROW ENVIRONMENTAL

MARSHALL MACKLIN MONAGHAN LIMITED

CONSULTANTS INC.

80 Commerce Valley Dr. E, Thornhlll, ON L3T7N4 (905)882-1100 Fax:(905)882-0055

5151 Canada Way, Burnaby, BC V5E 3N1 (604)515-5151 Fax:(604)515-5150 Contact: C.H. Dunwoody, Regional Manager

Ontario: 210 - 704 Mara Street, Point Edward, ON N7V1X4 (519)336-4101 Fax:(519)336-4311 Alberta: 6516 - 82 Avenue, Edmonton, AB T6B 0E7 (780)462-4099 Fax:(780)462-4392 E-mail: mroehler@lehder.com

Web site: www.mmm.ca

Web sites: www.lehder.com,www.msdsworld.com

Contacts: Peter Overton, Dir., Marketing & Comm.

M.R.2-MCD0NALD & ASSOCIATES

Contact: Mark Roehler, Marketing LENDER is a consulting firm providing services In the following three main areas: air quality manage ment (odour investigations, source emission sam pling, dispersion modeling, applications for certifi cates of approval); health, safety and environmen tal management systems(MSDS, regulatory train ing, compliance audits. Industrial hygiene); property liability management (remediation plans, property stewardship plans. Phase I, II investigations, hydrogeologlcal studies).

William M. PInkerton, VP, Environmental

P.O. Box 4823, Station Main, Regina, SK S4P 3Y4 (306)584-7071 Fax:(306)584-8666 Contact: Rodger A. McDonald, Principal Engineer

LISSOM EARTH SCIENCES

67 King Street, Box 1450, Picton, ON KOK 210

E-mail: mmm@mmm.ca

We provide services in environmental engineering, water resources and environmental management. Environmental engineering services include: plan ning, design, and contract administration of water and wastewater treatment and conveyance systems for municipal and industrial clients. Water resources services Include: stormwater management, flood prediction, protection and control, watershed man agement planning,flow modelling, routing and con trol. Environmental management sen/ices Include: solid and hazardous waste management, site de contamination, environmental auditing and hydrogeological studies/designs. Environmental planning services are also provided.

N.A.R. ENVIRONMENTAL

CONSULTANTS INC.

1130 Southlaine Road, Sudbury, ON P3G 1N6 (705)522-5990 Eax:(705)522-1898 Contact: A. Bradley Bowman, Senior Env. Scientist NATECH ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

109 Patterson Cross Road, Harvey Station, NB E6K 1L9 (506)366-1080 Eax:(506)366-1090 Contact: Teresa Cleghorn, Office Manager

(800)829-7299,(613)476-8147 Fax;(613)476-8150 Contact; John Porritt, President

MARTYN ENGINEERING LTD.

801B - 29th Street, Courtenay, BC V9N 7Z5 (250)334-3846 Fax:(250)334-2645 Contact: Hal Martyn, Senior Engineer/Principal

LONG ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS INC.

43 Forest Park Road, Orangeville, ON L9W 1A1 (519)941-3540 Fax;(519)941-8575

Contact: Robert J. Long, P.Eng., R.P.P.

MARVIN GILBERT AND ASSOCIATES

ND LEA ENGINEERS & PLANNERS INC.

Ill - 93 Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 3B1 (204)943-3178 Eax:(204)943-4948 Contact: Kathy Gaborieau, Executive Assistant NEILL AND GUNTER

23 Glenelia Avenue, Willowdaie, ON M2M 2K6 (416)225-4541 Fax:(416)225-4541

(NOVA SCOTIA) LIMITED

Contact: Marvin D. Silbert, P.Eng.

(902)434-7331 Eax:(902)462-1660 Contact: Scott Conrod, Manager, Env. Services

P.O. Box 2190, Station E., Dartmouth, NS B2W 3Y2

MAXXAM ANALYTICS INC.

Lotowater ltd. LOTOWATER LTD.

5540 McAdam Road, Misslssauga, ON L4Z 1P1 (800)563-6266 Eax:(905)890-0370 Contact: Leon Vainer, Corporate Marketing

NEW EAST CONSULTING SERVICES LTD.

288 - 12899 76 Avenue, Surrey, BC V3W 1E6 (604)591-1915 Fax:(604)591-9923 Contact: Ken Beck Lee, Principal

D. MAY ENGINEERING

P.O. Box 451, Station Main, Paris, ON N3L 3T5

(519)442-2086 Fax:(519)442-7242

3465 Overlander Drive, Kamloops, BC V2B 6X4 (250)579-2363 Fax:(250)579-2365

E-mail: lwater@worldchat.com

Contact: Donald May, Owner

Contact: Laurie Lotlmer, Operations Manager Design and supervision of groundwater exploration programs; new municipal well design; assessment of groundwater/surface water interaction; groundwater protection; artificial recharge; hydrogeology studies and groundwater Impact assessments; landfill monitoring and impact assessment; well maintenance, rehabilitation, performance Improve ment; well construction; video Inspection services; performance testing of wells and pumps. MACPHEE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

609 - 211 Wlilett Street, Halifax, NS B3M 3C7

(902)443-4975 Contact; Michael D. MacPhee, President MACVIRO CONSULTANTS INC.

600 - 90 Allstafe Parkway, Markham, ON L3R 6FI3 (905)475-7270 Fax;(905)475-5994 Contact: Eric A.D. MacDonald, President & CEO

280Torbay Road, St. John's, NFA1A3W8 (709)726-4490 Fax:(709)726-4499 Contact: Reginald A. Babstock, President NIAGARA ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES INC.

5805 Progress Street, Box 205, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 6T3 (905)374-5227 Fax:(905)356-9672 Contact: Stephne A. Johnson, Managing Director P.D. NOLAN CONSULTING MAZUR ASSOCIATES LTD.

CONSULTANTS

NEWFOUNDLAND DESIGN

ASSOCIATES LIMITED

834 McLennan Court, Port Coqultlam, BC V3C 5Z6 (604)552-1074 Fax:(604)552-1094 E-mail: tank.lnspect@home.com Web site: www.tankinspect.com Contact: Richard Mazur, CEO

Mazur Associates Ltd. has the experience and per sonnel to otter you a total engineering package ca pable of providing design services tor all your needs. API 653 tank Inspection, recertltication, repair and design. Oil/water separation, pump house and pe troleum distribution systems. Truck and rail loading stations. Service station fuel system design.

21 Beach Road, P.O. Box 846, Southampton, ON NOH 2L0 (519)797-5456 Fax:(519)797-5440 Contact: Dan Nolan, President NORTHERN LABORATORIES LTD.

251 Kalen Road, P.O. Box 1035, Prince Rupert, BC V8J 4B7 (800)990-9522,(250)627-1906 Fax:(250)627-8214 Contact: Charles Armstrong, Lab Manager NORWEST LABS

9938 - 67 Avenue N.W., Edmonton, AB T6E 0P5

Contact: Jean Crepin, President

MALROZ ENGINEERING INCORPORATED

R. MEO & ASSOCIATES INC.

168 Montreal Street, Kingston, ON K7K 3G4 (613)548-3446 Fax:(613)548-7975 Contact: Steven V. Rose, Director

O'CONNOR ASSOCIATES

500 - 2465 McDougall Street, Windsor, ON N8X 3N9 (519)250-8088 Fax:(519)250-8070 Contact: Ralph Meo, President

ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

MANENGCO ENGINEERING

218 - 530 Century Street, Winnipeg, MB R3H 0Y4 (204)783-0757 Fax:(204)774-3778 Contact: W.P. Wolfe, Civil Engineer/Partner

1000 - 639 5 Avenue S.W., Calgary, AB T2P 0M9 (403)294-4200 Fax:(403)294-4240 Contact: Dr. M.J. O'Connor, President

MICHAEL HOLLIDAY & ASSOCIATES

149 Bayswater Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1Y 2G2 (613)728-9769 Fax:(613)825-0377 Contact: Dr. Michael G. Holllday, Senior Partner

OAKHILL ENVIRONMENTAL

86 RIverview Blvd., St. Catharines, ON L2T 3M2

(905)641-2732 Fax:(905)641-1705 Contact: Hans Y. Tammemagi, President

MIE CONSULTING ENGINEERS LTD. MAPLE REINDERS ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

306 -146 Laird Drive, Toronto, ON M4G 3V7

OAKRIDGE ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

25 Hale Road, Brampton, ON LOW 3J9 (905)457-3133 Fax:(905)457-7267

(416)424-2675 Fax:(416)424-2683

Contact: Scott A. Laing, Division Manager

Lisa Simkins, Engineering Technician

263 - 380 Armour Road, Box 431, Peterborough, ONK9J6Z3 (705)745-1181 Fax:(705)745-4163 Contact: Brian R. King, President

Environmental Science

Contacts: James Jones, President

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PINCHIN ENVIRONMENTAL

RURAL DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS LTD.

Fl 2 - 63 Poison Street, Toronto, ON MSA 1A4 (416)778-5281 Fax:(416)778-5624

5749 Coopers Avenue, MIssissauga, ON L4Z 1R9 (905)507-4855 Fax:(905)507-4884 Contact: Robin Connelly, Manager, Marketing

597 Davis Drive, Newmarket, ON L3Y 2P6

Contact: Adele Buckley, VP,Tectinology & Research

(905)895-8200 Fax:(905)895-8204 Contact: Bryan R. Whitehead, President

OCL SERVICES LTD.

PITEAU ASSOCIATES

SCHUR-TEK RESOURCES LTD.

620 - 33 Alderney Drive, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 2N4 (902)463-0114 Fax:(902)466-5743 Contact: Dr. Scott MacKnight, President

215 - 260 Esplanade West, North Vancouver, BC V7M 307 (604)986-8551 Fax:(604)985-7286

50 Larkspur Crescent, St. Albert, AB T8N 2M5 (780)458-2067 Fax:(780)460-1909

Contact: David J. Tiplady, Senior Hydrogeologist

Contact: Martin Schurek, President

OLIVER, n/IANGIONE, MCCALLA &

PLURITEC

SENDEX ENVIRONMENTAL CORP.

201 - 225 rue des Forges, Trols-Rivleres, QC

417 Exeter Road, London, ON N6E 2Z3

G9A 207 (819)379-8010 Fax:(819)379-8092

(519)680-3868 Fax:(519)680-3870

Contact: Pierre Bellavance, Dir., Env. Technical

Contact: Marc B. Trudell, President

POLLUTECH ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

SENES CONSULTANTS LIMITED

768 Westgate Road, Oakville, ON L6L 5N2 (905)847-0065 Fax:(905)847-3840 Contact: Gregory M. Brown, President

12-121 Granton Drive, Richmond Hill, ON L4B3N4 (905)764-9380 Fax:(905)764-9386

PROJECT ENGINEERING LIMITED

SENTINEL LABORATORIES LTD.

778 King Street, Frederlcton, NB E3B 1G2 (506)450-2930 Fax:(506)451-0415 Contact: John McKinney, P.Eng.

(519)886-6910 Fax:(519)886-9047 Contact: Jeffrey Pike, President

ASSOCIATES

154 Colonnade Road S., Nepean, ON K2E 7J5 (613)225-9940 Fax:(613)225-7337 Contact: Joseph B. Mangione, VP, Bus. Dev.

Orser

Contact: Dr. Donald M. Gorber, President

ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETTINC.

ORSER ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY INC.

204 -195 King Street, St. Catharines, ON L2R 3J6 (905)688-0500 Fax:(905)688-4746 E-mali: jorser@nlagara.com Web site: www.nlagara.com/orser/ Contact: John Orser, Environmental Technologist Plant emission Inventories, stack monitoring, dis persion modeling, regulatory approvals, ventilation, NPRI, liquid waste monitoring, solid waste audits, environmental assessments, ISO 14000 EMS

projects, comprehensive occupational hygiene projects, indoor air quality surveys, plant and com munity noise, safety audits, training and manage ment, MSDS management, OHSAS 18001.

1 - 50 Bathurst Drive, Waterloo, ON N2V 205

QUINTE-ECO CONSULTANTS INC.

SEPROTECH LABORATORIES

RR #7, Station Main, P.O. Box 400, Belleville, ON K8N 4Z7 (613)967-2332 Fax:(613)967-6680 Contact: Ron Carter, President

2378 Holly Lane, Ottawa, ON K1V 7P1 (613)523-1641 Fax:(613)731-0851 Contact: Michael Ziebell, General Manager

R&R LABORATORIES LTD.

SIMCOE ENGINEERING GROUP LIMITED

c/o Chemistry Department, Trent University,

10-1815 Ironstone Manor, Pickering, ON L1W3W9 (905)831-1715 Fax:(905)831-0531

Peterborough, ON K9J 7B8 (705)748-1506 Fax:(705)748-1625 Contact: Dr. Ramesh Makhija, President

Contact: Don Cane, President SIMMERING & ASSOCIATES LTD.

PACIFIC INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY

300 - 1750 Courtwood Crescent, Ottawa, ON

936 Thermal Drive, Coqultlam, BC V3J 6R8 (604)469-7946 Fax:(604)469-3552 Contact: Dr. Paul D. Tinarl, Director

K2C 2B5 (613)224-0224 Fax:(613)224-0339 Contact: Stephen G. Simmering, President

PARAGON ENGINEERING LTD.

300 - 151 Ferris Lane, Barrie, ON L4M 601

12442 - 205 Street, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 0A8 (604)465-3096 Fax:(604)465-3055 Contact: John S. Kupskay, P.Eng.

(705)726-1141 Fax:(705)726-0331

SKELTON BRUMWELL & ASSOCIATES INC.

PAYNE ENGINEERING GEOLOGY LIMITED

1230 Maple Road, Sidney, BC V8L 5P7 (250)655-3604 Fax:(250)655-3608

Contact: Michael Payne, Flydrogeologlst PCE SALES & ENGINEERING INC.

206 - 11 Progress Avenue, Scarborough, ON M1P 4S7 (416)299-4099 Fax:(416)298-9584 Contact: William R. O'Brien, Project Engineer D.J. PEACH & ASSOCIATES LTD.

P.O. Box 850, Durham, ON NOG 1RO (519)369-5550 Fax:(519)369-6233 Contact: David J. Peach, President

Contact: Scott W. Brumwell, Vice President RAL ENGINEERING LTD.

SOIL-MAT ENGINEERS

482 Queen Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 2H4 (905)853-0626 Fax:(905)853-8807 E-mail: ral@raleng.com Web site: www.raleng.com Contact: Bob LeCraw, P.Eng. Specializing in water treatment solutions for small systems, the firm has developed and is marketing the MS Filter. This pre-fabricated multi-stage unit is based on the siow sand filtration process. With preozonation and post chlorination, this process pro vides a triple barrier to pathogens and removes col

130 Lancing Drive, Hamilton, ON L8W 3A1 (905)318-7440 Fax:(905)318-7455 Contact: Danny Schebesch, President SOUTHWESTERN FLOWTECH & ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

4-3600 19 Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 6V2 (877)293-0173,(403)293-0181 Eax:(403)293-0180

Contact: Kevin McMillan, Senior Project Manager

our, taste and odour.

J.L. Richards & Associates Limited Consulting Engineers. Architects & Planners

PENINSULA CHEMICAL ANALYSIS LTD.

J.L. RICHARDS & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

51586 Forks Road, RR #3, Wainfleet, ON LOS 1V0

864 Lady Ellen Place, Ottawa, ON K1Z 5M2 (613)728-3571 Fax:(613)728-6012 Contact: Ron Cheek, Chief Civil Engineer Providing a wide range of environmental services including water and wastewater treatment, environ mental assessment and planning, solid waste/ leachate management, water resources and stormwater management, sewer and watermain condition assessment and rehabilitation, plant ret

(905)899-0462 Fax:(905)899-0462 Contact: Richard J. Smythe, Ph.D. PETRO LABORATORIES INC.

8 -140 Advance Blvd., Brampton, ON L6T 4J4 (905)458-0989 Fax:(905)458-1559 Contact: James Szeto, Chief Chemist

rofits, energy management. Offices also in Kingston PHILIP ANALYTICAL SERVICES INC.

5735 McAdam Road, MIssissauga, ON L4Z 1N9 (800)263-9040,(905)890-8566 Fax:(905)890-8575 Contact: Bryan Chubb, Regional Sales Manager

and Sudbury. ROGER PILETTE, ENGINEER 806 rue Pierre-C. Le Sueur, Boucherville, 00 J4B7R5 (514)641-0461

C.D. SONTER MANAGEMENT INC.

200 - 77 Browns Line, Etobicoke, ON M8W 3S5

(905)564-4752 Eax:(905)670-0705 E-mall: brdarj@cdsonter.com Web site: www.cdsonter.com

Contact: Jon Brdar, Director Sales & Marketing We offer full service environmental engineering con sulting services and specialize In occupational, health and safety. We assist clients in reducing en vironmental risk by ensuring legal compliance, and corporate due diligence. We have successfully com pleted numerous projects for recognized corpora tions, and government agencies, optimizing cost efficiencies in the management of their environmen tal portfolios.

PHILIPS ENGINEERING LTD.

3215 North Service Road, P.O. Box 220, Burlington, ON L7R 3Y2 (905)335-2353 Fax:(905)335-1414 Contact: Kenneth R. DePodesta, Principal

B.M. ROSS AND ASSOCIATES LIMITED

STANTEC CONSULTING LTD.

62 North Street, Goderich, ON N7A 2T4

7070 MIssissauga Road, #160, MIssissauga, ON L5N 7G2 (905)858-4424 Fax:(905)858-4426

(519)524-2641 Fax:(519)524-4403 Contact: Steve D. Burns, President

STEVENSON ENGINEERING LIMITED

PILDYSH ENGINEERING INC.

288 - 200 Rivercrest Drive S.E., Calgary, AB T2C 2X5 (403)720-6699 Fax:(403)720 Contact: Mike Pildysh, President 52

ROWAN WILLIAMS DAVIES & IRWIN INC.

650 Woodlawn Road West, Guelph, ON NIK 1B8 (519)823-1311 Fax:(519)823-1316

238 Olympic Crescent, London, ON N6G 3P7 (519)474-0410 Fax:(519)474-0283 Contact: Robert G. Stevenson, P.Eng.

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VALDOR ENGINEERING INC.

P.O. Box 126,Station B, Misslssauga, ON L4Y 3W4 Contact; George L. Stone, President

501 - 216 Chrisiea Road, Woodbridge, ON L4L8S5 (905)264-0054 Fax:(905)264-0069 Contact: Fabian Papa, Associate

SUMMA ENGINEERING LIMITED

6423 Northam Drive, Mississauga, ON L4V 1J2 (905)678-3388 Fax:(905)678-0444 Contact: G.A.(Redir) Obaji, Saies Manager

VALUE ENGINEERING

16 Woodgate Drive, Toronto, ON M6N 4W3 (416)763-6273 Fax:(416)763-1014

Contact: George Katsarov, Eng./Mgmt. Consultant C.C. TATHAM & ASSOCIATES LTD.

201 -115 Hurontario Street, Coliingwood, ON L9Y 2L9 (705)444-2565 Fax:(705)444-2327 Contact: Paul Dagenais, Environmental Engineer

VALUE MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL

Parkview House, 4 Pembina Place, St. Albert, AB

T8N 4P7 (780)460-1625 Fax:(780)460-2003 Contact: Martyn Phillips, Director

WATER REGIME INVESTIGATIONS AND SIMULATIONS LTD.

VDV CONSULTING

P.O. Box 28040, Parkdaie Postal Outlet, Waterloo, ON N2L6J8 (519)884-5816 Fax;(519)884-8851

TOTTEN SIMS HUBICKI ASSOCIATES

300 Water Street, Whitby, ON LIN 9J2 (905)668-9363 Fax:(905)668-0221 Contact: R.B. Baker, Senior Vice President

386 Timiock Place, Waterloo, ON N2K 3J2 (519)725-9874 Fax:(519)725-0842 Contact: Jackie Van de Vaik, Principal

TOUCHIE ENGINEERING

633 Main Street, Moncton, NB E1C 9X9

(506)857-8525 Fax:(506)858-5972 Contact: Boyd Touchie, President TRITON ENGINEERING SERVICES LIMITED

A better environment for business. 50-r profession als, four offices, superior service. Environmental sciences/engineering; domestic/international; solid, liquid, hazardous waste management; environmen tal management systems (EMS); property assess ment, audits, redevelopment, remediation and re habilitation; permitting, monitoring, environmental control services; water supply; industrial hygiene, occupational health & safety; training & institutional strengthening; environmental business planning.

VE COLLECTIVE INC.

309 - 3950 14th Avenue, Markham, ON L3R 0A9

WIEBE ENGINEERING GROUP INC.

50 Daihousie Street, Brantford, ON N3T 2H8 (800)943-2876,(519)758-8391 Fax:(519)758-5822 Contact: J. Bryon Wiebe, President

(905)475-0436 Fax:(905)475-0142 Contact: R. Anthony Warner, President

175 Provost Lane, Fergus, ON N1M 3N3 (519)843-3920 Fax:(519)843-1943 Contact: D.B. Murray, President

.CrAf (1992)LW.

TROW CONSULTING ENGINEERS LTD.

1595 Clark Blvd., Brampton, ON L6T 4V1 (905)793-9800 Fax:(905)793-0641 Contact: Kerry O'Shea, Manager, Env. Division

ERITEC Consulting Inc.

TRY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

8 Widdicombe Hill, Toronto, ON M9R 1B3 (416)246-1107 Fax:(416)246-1127

Contact: Robert Ostry, President P.S. TURJE & ASSOCIATES LTD.

808 - 318 Flomer Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 2V2 (604)681-5463 Fax:(604)681-3814 Contact: PauiTurje, President G.A. TZVETCOFF ENGINEERING LTD.

6164 Metrai Drive, Nanaimo, BC V9T 3B8 (250)390-4654 Fax:(250)390-4654 Contact: George Tzvetcoff, President

VERITEC CONSULTING INC.

9 - 41 Courtiand Avenue, Concord, ON L4K 3T3 (905)660-1811 Fax:(905)660-3779 E-maii: alalonde@veritec.stratacongroup.com Web site: veritec.stratacongroup.com Contact: Alain Lalonde, Principal Leaders in operations enhancement providing specialty services to the water and wastewater in dustry including water efficiency programs, system optimization, leakage reduction, hydraulic modeling, flow and pressure monitoring, technology transfer,

WSH LABS (1992) LTD. 3851B - 21 Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 6T5 (800)449-6544,(403)250-9164 Fax:(403)291-4597 E-maii: support@wshiabs.com Web site: www.wshiabs.com

Contact: Bill Wong, Director Manufacturer of ciearwater treatment systems, re verse osmosis and ultra pure water systems, water softeners, filters, custom water treatment for indus

try, commercial, agriculture, home, laboratories and hospitals.

iCi water use studies and more. XCG CONSULTANTS LTD.

UMA ENGINEERING LTD.

5080 Commerce Blvd., Mississauga, ON L4W 4P2 (905)238-0007 Fax:(905)238-0038 Contact: Derek Doyle, Vice President UMA INDUSTRIAL

Fi 4 - 50 Gervais Drive, Toronto, ON M3C 1Z3 (416)445-4844 Fax:(416)445-7107

ilWESA A Better Environment For Business

Contact: Harry Kondratas, Dir., Project Development

WATER AND EARTH SCIENCE ASSOCIATES LTD.

UNDERWRITERS' LABORATORIES OF CANADA

3108 Carp Road, Carp (Ottawa), ON KOA 1L0 (613)839-3053 Fax:(613)839-5376 E-mail: psmith@wesa.ca

7 Crouse Road, Toronto, ON MIR 3A9 (416)757-3611 Fax:(416)757-8915 Contact: Dorothy A. Howelis, V.P., Corp. Secretary

904 - 50 Queen Street N., Kitchener, ON N2H 6P4 (519)741-5774 Fax:(519)741-5627 E-maii: mail@xcg.com Web site: www.xcg.com Contact: Stephen G. Nutt, Partner Environmental management systems; water, wastewater and stormwater distribution, collection and

treatment; watershed and ecosystem management; environmental auditing and site sen/ices. ZECON TECHNOLOGY

Web site: www.wesa.ca

53 rue Dogwood, Baie-D'Urfe, QC H9X 3J6 (514)457-2719 Fax:(514)457-2719

Contact: Phiiippa A. Smith

Contact: Zoltan Beke, Vice President, Operations

URS Dames & Moore Canada URS DAMES & MOORE CANADA

151 City Centre Drive, #404, Mississauga, ON L5B 1M7 (905)272-3001 Fax:(905)272-3380 E-maii: tor@urscorp.com Web site: www.urscorp.com Contacts: David A. Legault, Manager, Mark Lack, Principal, Ken Lyon, Principal URS Dames & Moore are leaders in brownfieid re

Central Projects Group Inc.

development, due diligence, site assessment and remediation, air monitoring, planning and permitting, water resources and wastewater management. URS provides architectural, engineering and envi ronmental services worldwide, through our network of 300 offices and 16,000 personnel.

250 Shields Court, Unit 15,

VALCOUSTICS CANADA LTD.

Markham, Ontario, L3R 9W7

Tel: (905) 470-6570 Fax:(905) 470-0958 WebSite: htip://www.cpg.ca •Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments

•Cost Effective Remediation

• Environmental Risk Assessments • Hydrogeological Investigations

• Construction Management • Site Development Services

25 - 30 Wertheim Court, Richmond Hiii, ON L4B 1B9 (905)764-5223 Fax:(905)764-8700 Contact: E. Lightstone, Director of Administration

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ALFA LAVAL

Div. Dracay Management Inc. 5370 Munro Crt., Burlington, ON L7L 5N8 (800)268-5142 Fax:(905)333-0973

955 Mearns Road, Warmlnster, PA 18974 USA

(215)443-4000 Fax:(215)443-4139 Contact: KImberly Neumann, Mktg. Comm. Coord.

ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC. 680 Hollow Road, Box 879, Oaks, PA 19456 USA

(800)959-0299,(610)917-0991 Fax:(610)917-0992 Contact: John Becker, President

Contact; Jim Miller ALFA LAVAL INC. ABB INC.

4410 Paietta Crt., Burlington, ON L7L 5R2 (800)461-0980 Fax:(905)681-2810 Contact: Ivan Solomons, Env. Technologies ABB WATER METERS INC.

35-1200 Aerowood Dr., MIssissauga, ON L4W 287 (905)238-9622 Fax:(905)238-5640 Contact: Gordon B. Moffatt, Gen. Mgr., Canada

101 Mllner Ave., Scarborough, ON MIS 4S6 (416)297-6308 Fax:(416)299-5864 ALLMAX PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC. 911 South Main St., BIdg. A, Kenton, OH 43326 USA (800)670-1867 Fax:(419)673-8864 Contact: PattI Connor, Sales Representative

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ANTHRAFILTER MEDIA & COAL LTD.

20 Sharp Road, Brantford, ON NOT 5L8 (519)751-1080 Fax:(519)751-0617 E-mail: dloney@anthrafllter.net Web site: www.anthrafllter.net

ALPHA CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION

Contact: Dave Loney, President Suppliers of premium-quality filter media since 1976

ABJâ&#x201E;¢ - SANITAIRE CORPORATION

361 Steelcase Rd. W., Units #5 & 6, Markham, ON

In Canada and the United States. Anthracite filter

9333 North 49th St., Brown Deer, Wi 53223 USA

L3R 3V8 (905)477-2133 Fax:(905)477-4219 Contact: James Gerson, Marketing Manager

media,filter sands and gravels, garnet, llmenlte, ac tivated carbon and manganese green sand. Our filter media meets or exceeds AWWA specifications. Packaging and transportation variations to suit your requirements. Anthrafllter will remove and Install filter media at your plant. Filter evaluations, quality, efficiency and customer satisfaction.

(414)365-2200 Fax:(414)365-2210 Contact: Laurie Besch, Marketing Comm. Coord.

ALSTOR CANADA INC.

ABS PUMPS CORPORATION

1215 Meyerslde Dr., #7, MIssissauga, ON L5T1H3 (800)988-2610,(905)670-4677 Fax:(905)670-3709 E-mail: tbsansom@abspumps.com Web site: www.abspumps.com Contact: Tim Sansom, National Sales Manager Pumps, mixers, aerators; service and repalrforwater and wastewater sectors.

ACI INSTRUMENTATION LIMITED

120 Woodstream Blvd., #6, Woodbrldge, ON L4L 7Z1 (905)265-0063 Fax:(905)265-0064 Contact: John Duchich, Marketing ACTION CARBON-CHEM INC.

7E - 505 Queensway East, MIssissauga, ON L5A 4B4 (905)272-8220 Fax:(905)272-2977 Contact: Sherry Zhao, President ADI INTERNATIONAL INC.

300 - 1133 Regent St., Frederlcton, NB E3B 3Z2 (506)452-9000 Fax:(506)459-3954 ADWEST TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 151 Trapping Brooke Rd., Weiisvlile, NY 14895-9465 USA (716)593-1405 Fax:(716)593-6614 Contact: Brian Cannon, Sales Director AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES CANADA INC.

2660 Matheson Blvd. E., MIssissauga, ON L4W 5M2 (800)227-9770

13516 Byers Rd., Chestervllie, ON KOC 1H0 (613)448-2277 Fax:(613)448-9008 Contact: Stuart Byers, President ALTECH TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS INC.

12 Banlgan Drive, Toronto, ON M4H 1E9 (416)467-5555 Fax:(416)467-9824

Contact: R.G. Mondoux, Technical Services

Contact: Alex Keen, President

A.O. SMITH ENGINEERED STORAGE

AMERICAN SIGMA, INC. 5600 Lindbergh Dr., P.O. Box 389, Loveland, CO 80539 USA (970)669-3050,(800)635-4567 Fax:(970)669-2932 Contact: Michael Bryant, Cdn. Sales & Mktg. Mgr.

Richmond Hill, ON L4B 107 E-mall: amko@ldlrect.com

i Web site: www.amkosystems.com Contact: John Kosch, President

AMKO Systems Inc. Is a leading sys tems house for site-speclfic Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems(OEMS). Our turnkey systems Integrate gas, dust and flow analyzers, PLC and PCbased control systems, Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) and Data Acquisition/Reporting Systems (DAS). For emission, process and ambient air moni toring, AMKO's Innovative solutions are utilized throughout power generation, petrochemical, ce ment, pulp and paper Industries, incineration plants and research facilities.

>lnachemia Science ANACHEMIA SCIENCE

2756 Lancaster Road, Ottawa, ON K1B 4S4

Winnipeg, KIrkland Lake (800)361-0209 Fax:(888)438-9777

260 Creekslde Dr., Buffalo, NY 14228 USA

(716)691-0202 Fax:(716)691-1255 Contact: Alex Flernandez, Operations Manager

CORP.

(905)771 -1444 Fax:(905)771 -1616

Offices: Vancouver, Montreal, Edmonton, Toronto,

AIRSEP CORPORATION

2101 South 21st Street, Parsons, KS 67357 USA

(316)421-0200 Fax:(316)421-9122 Contact: Kendall Smith, Liquid Market Manager

AMKO SYSTEMS INC.

AIR LIQUIDE CANADA INC.

(613)821-9066 Fax:(613)352-5558 Contact: KImberly Curran, Marketing Manager

PRODUCTS COMPANY

250 West Beaver Creek Rd., #6,

AIR DIMENSIONS INC.

1015 W. Newport Center, #101, Deerfleid Beach, FL 33442 USA (954)428-7333 Fax:(954)360-0987 Contact: G. English

ANTHRATECH WESTERN INC. (AW!) 2209 Lakeshore Rd. E., Burlington, ON L7R 1A8 Tel/Fax:(905)632-3080

AQUABLAST CORP.

77 Orchard Road, Ajax, ON L1S 6K9 (905)619-3009 Fax:(905)619-3638 E-mail: john@aquablastcorp.com Web site: www.aquablastcorp.com Contact: John Eecloo, President, General Mgr. Industrial cleaning for over 25 years, reactors, si los, heat exchangers,sewers, process piping, equip ment, buildings, using high pressure waterjetting services to 30,000 psi. Cold cutting steel plate, tanks and pipes; 3D self rotating cleaning head and teleboom for safe tank cleaning. Turbo vacuum pumping for liquids, sludges and dry materials; daylighting and hydrotrenching services. AQUA TECHNICAL SALES INC.

300 - 55 Undermount Ave., Hamilton, ON L8P 3Z7

(905)528-3807 Fax:(905)528-3428 Contact: Brian Gage AQUATIC LIFE LTD.

www.anachemla.com

50+ years experience In providing laboratory chemi cals to Canadian labs. In addition to manufacturing a comprehensive line of chemical products, Anachemla distributes a wide variety of laboratory equipment and supplies for research. Industry.

41 - 360 Keewatin St., Winnipeg, MB R2X 2Y3 Contact: Jeff Simpson, President

AqqaticSciencesinc.

ALBERTA MEQUIPCO LTD.

ANALYTICAL MEASUREMENTS

AQUATIC SCIENCES INC.

2265 Pemblna Hwy., #102, Winnipeg, MB R3T 5J3 (204)982-1040 Fax:(204)982-1045 Contact: Dan Landry

621 Ramsey Ave., Hillside, NJ 07205-1009 USA (800)635-5580 Fax:(908)964-6622 Contact: W. Richard Adey, President

P.O. Box 2205, 250 Martlndale Rd., St. Catharines,

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ONL2R7R8 (905)641-0941 Fax:(905)641-1825 Contact: John Sferrazza, Manager, Env. Services

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Suppliers BJM CORP.

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123 Spencer Plains Rd., P.O. Box 1138, Old Saybrook, CT 06475 USA (860)399-5937 Fax:(860)399-7784 Contact: Mike Bjorkman, Sales Manager

ARCHER TECHNICAL W EQUIPMENT INC.

ARCHER TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT INC.

HUGHES

346 Granbrooke Avenue, Toronto, ON M5M 1N3

{416)781-0135 Fax:(416)781-9560 E-mail: arGhertechnical@sympatico.ca Contact: David Archer, President

Vaughan chopper pumps up to 500 i/s and 100 kW chop and pump the toughest solids to save mainte nance time and money. Vaughan Rotamixâ&#x201E;¢ mix ing systems offer guaranteed performance. Galgon Carbon Corporation municipal odour control units, replacement GAG and ultraviolet disinfection for potable water. Allweiler "Tecflow" progressive cav ity pumps. ARCUS ABSORBENTS INC.

800 Arrow Road, #21, Toronto, ON M9M 2Z8

(416)745-7947 Fax:(416)745-1174 Contact: Theo Kossowsky, Director ARIZONA INSTRUMENT

1912 W. 4th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281 USA (602)470-1414 Fax:(480)804-0656 Contact: Bryan Hale, Sales Manager ARJAY ENGINEERING LTD.

2851 Brighton Rd., Oakviile, ON L6H 6C9 (905)829-2418 Fax:(905)829-4701 Contact: Greg Reeves

BAKER PROCESS

5155 Creekbank Road, Mississauga, ON L4W 1X2 (905)625-6070 Fax:(905)625-3519 Contact: Andre Osborne, Municipal Sales Manager BARNANT COMPANY

28W092 Commercial Ave., Barrington, IL 60010 USA (800)637-3739 Fax:(847)381-7053 Contact: Gregg Johnson, Sales Manager BAYCOR FIBRE TECH INC.

3017 St. Ciair Ave., #354, Burlington, ON L7N 3P5 (905)319-6556 Fax:(905)319-1444 Contact: Herb Langner, President BCA-THE CLEARWATER GROUP

#200, 14666-64th Ave., Surrey, BC V3S 1X7 (604)501-6171 Fax:(604)501-6172 Contact: Diana Moriey, Marketing Director BOG WESTERN WATER

9716 - 40th Street S.E., Calgary, ABT2C 2P3 (800)242-3176,(403)203-4114 Fax:(403)203-9231

BEl PECAL

BOART LONGYEAR INC.

61 Maimo Court, Maple, ON L6A 1R4 (905)832-7979 Fax:(905)832-8080 Contact: Hans A. Vanderiinden, Branch Manager BOC GASES

5555 Boui Des Grandes Prairies, Montreal, QC H1R 1B4

Contact: National Accounts Manager BONAR PLASTICS CORPORATION

(905)689-6661,(888)689-6661 Fax:(905)689-0485 Web site: www.bei.ca

QBENNETT ENVIRONMEHTAL INC.

E-mail: sales@armtec.com Web site: www.armtec.com

BENNETT ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

Contact: Terri Mand, Marketing Co-ordinator For over 90 years Armtec has been providing prod ucts and engineered solutions to the challenges of the civil engineering market. Our product line in cludes: corrugated plastic and metal pipe, construc tion products, geosynthetics and a comprehensive line of water control gates.

200-1130 West Render Street, Vancouver, BC

ATCO NOISE MANAGEMENT

B.N.W. VALVE MANUFACTURING LIMITED

P.O. Box 47, Miiigrove, ON LOR 1VO (905)689-4713 Fax:(905)689-7402 Contact: Harry Rodzoniak, President

P.O. Box 88,423 Hwy. 36 South, Lindsay, ON K9V 4R8 (905)335-0626 Fax:(905)335-7971 Contact: Allan Lamb, Product Manager

Contact: Donald Shaw, VP, Ouaiity/Env. Operations. BEi Pecai supply industrial mineral products and recycling services. Products offered include abrasives, foundry sands, and mineral products for the steel, foundry, environmental and coatings in dustries. Recycling is available for mineral byproducts, excess materials and site remediation.

1243 McKnight Blvd. NE, Calgary, AB T2E 5T1 (403)292-7814 Fax:(403)292-7816 Contact: Denise A. LeClaire, Marketing Manager

(416)665-7111 Fax:(416)665-7035 Contact: Dusanka Fiiipovic, President & CEO

BEI PECAL

126 Miiner Ave., Scarborough, ON MIS 3R2 (416)299-0780 Fax:(416)299-0394

15 Campbell Road, Guelph, ON N1H 6R2 (519)822-0210 Fax:(519)822-1160

BLUE-ZONE TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

407 Parkside Dr., Waterdown, ON LOR 2H0 E-mail: dshaw@bei.ca

TTTTi:

Contact: Albert N. Moussa, President

a division of Stake Technology Ltd.

ARMOUR VALVE LTD.

ARMTEC LIMITED

BLAZETECH

24Thorndike Street, Cambridge, MA 02141 USA (617)661-0700 Fax:(617)661-9242

261 Fisherviiie Road, Toronto, ON M2R 3S4

ARLAT TECHNOLOGIES

6 Bram Court, Brampton, ON LOW 3R6 (905)457-1717 Fax:(905)457-1730 Contact: Barry Jasper, Marketing Manager

BLASTAL COATINGS SERVICES INC.

353 Clarence St., Brampton, ON LOW 1T6 (905)459-2001 Fax:(905)459-9320 Contact: Ernie De Angeiis, General Manager

V6E4A4 (604)681-8828 Fax:(604)681-6825 E-mail: nafysa@bennettenv.com Web site: www.bennettenv.com

Contact: Nafysa Laiani, Marketing Representative Bennett Environmental inc. is a Canadian company with more than 30 years experience in the environ mental industry. The company is a leading provider of high-temperature thermal remediation for con taminated soil in North America. BEi owns and op erates, through its subsidiary Recupere Sol inc., the Mark iV Thermal Oxidizer at its waste management

BRINKMANN INSTRUMENTS, INC.

One Cantiague Rd., P.O. Box 1019, Westbury, NY 11590 USA (516)334-7500 Fax:(516)334-7506 BUREAU BERITAS TRAINING AND

ADVISORY SERVICES (BVTAS) 515 West Fifth Street, Jamestown, NY 14701 USA

(800)201-2021 Fax:(716)487-9004 Contact: Krista France, Training Prog. Coordinator BW TECHNOLOGIES

242, 3030 - 3rd Avenue N.E., Calgary, ABT2A6T7 (403)248-9226 Fax:(403)273-3708 03 ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

350 Woolwich Street S., Bresiau, ON NOB 1M0

(519)648-3611 Fax:(519)648-3505 Contact: Robbie Laird, Program Manager

C&M Environmenral Technologies inc.

12 Old Mill Trail, #402, Toronto, ON M8X 2Z4

BERKELEY PUMPS CANADA

(416)234-1961 Fax:(416)234-9394 Contact: Mary Goldman

1800 Courtneypark Dr. E.,#5 & 7, Mississauga, ON L5T 1W1 (905)843-2300 Eax:(905)843-2301 Contact: Ken Kochamba, National Sales Manager

131 Whitmore Rd., #13, Woodbridge, ON L4L6E4 (905)850-3904 Fax:(905)850-3981 Web site: www.opcea.com/company/cmenv.htmi Contacts: Rob Anderson, Blake Tonogai, 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, cen trifuges, circular or rectangular ciarifiers, DAF units, digester covers and mixers, oil/water separators, package plants, residential Class 6 systems, air stripping systems and SBRs.

center in St.-Ambroise, Quebec. ATRION INTERNATIONAL, INC. 11921 Freedom Dr., #1050. Reston, VA20190 USA

(703)481-8501 Fax:(703)481-8502 Contact: Jennei Johnson, Mktg. Comm. Manager

B.E.P. BESTOBELL LIMITED

241 Norseman Street, Toronto, ON M8Z 2R5

(416)231-9216 Fax:(416)231-9121 Contact: Herb Kershaw, President

AURUM RESEARCH LIMITED

Azurix ''

NORTH AMERICA

BERLIE TECHNOLOGIES INC.

CAL VADA SURVEYING, INC.

1225, Industrieiie Street, La Prairie, QC J5R 2E4 (450)659-1986 Fax:(450)659-7916 Contact: Daniel Bouianger, VP, Marketing

108 Business Center Dr., Corona, CA 92880-1782

USA (909)280-9960 Fax:(909)280-9746 Contact: Esteban Garcia, VP, Corp. Development

BIOREM TECHNOLOGIES INC.

CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC (CANADA) CORP

AZURIX NORTH AMERICA

P.O. Box 57159, RPO Jackson Square, Hamilton, ON L8P 4X1 (888)776-7306,(905)572-5908 Fax:(905)572-5929

7496 Wellington Road 34, RR#3, Gueiph, ON

11564 149 St., Edmonton, AB T5M 1W7

N1H 6H9 (519)767-9100 Fax:(519)767-1824

(780)454-2505 Fax:(780)454-2655

Contact: Phil Sidhwa

Contact: Richard P. Puntis, Dir., Sales & Marketing

Contact: Carl de Leeuw

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Suppliers CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL

HEALTH & SAFETY (CCOHS) 250 Main Street East, Hamilton, ON L8N 1H6 (800)668-4284,(905)570-8094 Fax:(905)572-2206 Contact: Eleanor irwin. Mgr., Mktg., Sales & Comm.

CARIBOU SYSTEMS DIv. of Great Lakes Research & Dev.

CLA-VAL CANADA LTD.

555 Richmond St. W.,#909, P.O. Box 1102,Toronto, ON M5V3B1 (416)366-1613 Fax:(416)366-3592 Contact: Zenalda San Antonio, Executive Assistant

CLEAN GAS SYSTEMS, INC. 160-2 Remington Blvd., Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 USA (631)467-1600 Fax:(631)467-1688

CARTIER CHEMICALS LTD.

CANAdlAN

sNvm-counsEs Lw.

4687 Christie Dr., Beamsvllle, ON LOR 1B4 (905)563-4963 Fax:(905)563-4040 Contact: Fred Horton, General Manager

445 - 21st Ave., Lachlne, QC H8S 3T8 (514)637-4631 Fax:(514)637-8804 Contact: E.W. Robins, President

Contact: Anil M. Shah, President CLEARTECH INDUSTRIES INC.

CANADIAN ENVIRO-COURSES LTD.

31 Ridge Valley Drive, Bracebrldge, ON P1L 1L3 (705)645-9570 Fax:(705)645-9570 E-mail: cdenvro@muskoka.com Web site: www.cecourses.on.ca

Contact: Dave Durant, President Safety workshops and seminars on chlorlnation and disinfection using chlorine gas or sodium hypochlorlte; hydrogen sulphide safety, WHMIS, water main disinfection, and anhydrons ammonia safety semi nars.

CANADIAN PIPE SUPPLY LTD.

65 Enterprise Rd., Rexdale, ON MOW 104 (416)244-6476 Fax:(416)214-2022 Contact: Ewen Boyd

CEILCOTE

6611 West Snowville Road, Brecksvllle, OH 44141 USA (877)234-5268 Fax:(440)717-7466 Contact: Marty Tesorlero

2302 Hanselman Ave., Saskatoon, SK S7L 5Z3

(306)664-2522 Fax:(306)665-6216 Contact: R. Bracewell

CEILCOTE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL

CLEMMER TECHNOLOGIES INC.

14955 Sprague Rd., #250, Strongsvllle, OH 44136 USA (440)243-0700 Fax:(440)243-9854 Contact: Kevin M. Sheehy, President/General Mgr.

446 Albert Street, P.O. Box 130, Waterloo, ON

CEILCOTE CORROSION CONTROL

CLOW CANADA

2810 Matheson Blvd., #200, MIsslssauga, ON L4W 4X7 (877)212-3565 Fax:(905)282-1954 Contact: Dave Ormlston, Regional Mgr., Canada

1757 Burlington St. E., P.O. Box 2849, Hamilton, ON L8N 3R5 (905)548-9604 Fax:(905)548-6885 Contact: Dan Ferraro, VP & General Manager

N2J 4A1 (519)884-4320 Fax:(519)884-6623 Contact: Doug Schelfley, Marketing Manager

CMS GROUP INC.

185 Snow Blvd., #200, Concord, ON L4K 4N9 CANADIAN SAFETY EQUIPMENT INC.

2465 Cawthra Rd.,#111, MIsslssauga, ON L5A3P2 (800)265-0182(905)949-2741 Fax:(905)272-1866 Contact: H. Ross Humphry

(905)660-7580 Fax:(905)660-0243 Contact: Peter Ruddy, Sales Manager, Rotordlsk CENTENNIAL CONCRETE PIPE &

COLE-PARMER INSTRUMENT COMPANY

PRODUCTS INC.

UzAM INSTRUMENTS LTD.

CAN-AM INSTRUMENTS LTD.

2851 Brighton Road, Oakvllle, ON L6H 609 (905)829-0030 Fax:(905)829-4701 E-mail: can-am@can-am.net Web site: www.can-am.net

Contact: Mark Reeves, Sales Manager Sales-Rental-Servlce. Environmental equipment, samplers, flowmeters, oil/water separators, oll-lnwater monitors, gas detection and monitoring, level control.

RR#2, Cambridge, ON N1R 5S3 (888)888-3222 Fax:(519)621-8233 E-mail: lsteffler@cenplpe.com Web site: www.cenplpe.com Contact: Leo Steffler, General Sales Manager We are Canada's largest producer of concrete pipe, manholes and Stormceptor products. Let our engi neering team help you with the design of your next project. We are conveniently located In Ottawa, Cambridge and Windsor to serve you better. Call today for a free catalogue.

CANCOPPAS LIMITED

2595 Dunwin Dr., #2, MIsslssauga, ON L5L3N9 (905)569-6246 Fax:(905)569-6244 E-mail: controls@cancoppas.com Web site: www.cancoppas.com Contact: Jake Alaica, President Marketing, sales and service of process measure ment control and environmental Instrumentation

throughout Canada. Environmental products: dis solved oxygen, total suspended solids, Interface level monitoring, pH monitoring and control, residual chlorine, wastewater samplers, sludge samplers, gas sampling pumps, gas detection. CAPITAL CONTROLS COMPANY, INC. 3000 Advance Lane, Colmar, PA 18915 USA

(215)997-4000 Fax:(215)997-4062

P.O. Box 228, Sulphur, LA 70664-0228 USA (800)527-5232 Fax:(337)527-8028 Contact: Rusty Vincent, Pres., CEO, RR Prod. DIv.

34 Clayson Road, Weston, ON M9M 2G8 (416)741-9264 Fax:(416)741-6642 Contact: Kyle EInhorn, Corp. Team Leader - Ind. CHEMINEER, INC. P.O. Box 1123,45401-1123, 5870 Poe Ave., Dayton, OH 45414-3442 USA

Contact: Barbara Nichols, Sales & Marketing Admin.

CHEMLINE

o Plastics Limited

E-mail: lnfo@careeradvancement.on.ca Web site: www.careeradvancement.on.ca

Contact: Jim Gllchrlst, President Third party recruitment and placement profession als who focus on providing the environmental, manu facturing, consulting and financial Industries with high quality, permanent and contract employees. We specialize In candidates who have experience In management, engineering, technical services, quality assurance, finance, marketing, sales, com puter and administration. 56

CANADA INC. 6400 Northwest Dr., MIsslssauga, ON L4V 1K1 (800)387-4628,(905)678-3707 Fax:(905)678-0898 E-mail: gordon_thompson@colpal.com Web site: www.colgate.ca/javex Contact: Gordon M. Thompson, National Bus. Mgr.

ment, odour control, zebra mussel control, cyanide removal, and general sanitation and disinfection. COLUMBIA GEOSYSTEMS

1415 -28th St. N.E., Calgary, AB T2A2P6 (403)273-5152 Fax:(403)235-6864 Contact: Pat E. Donahoe, VP & General Manager COLUMBIAN STEEL TANK COMPANY

5400 Kansas Ave., Kansas City, KS 66106 USA (913)621-3700 Fax:(913)621-2145 Contact: Charles Spears, VP, Sales CON CAST PIPE

299 Brock Road S., R.R.#3, Guelph, ON N1H 6H9 (800)668-PIPE Fax:(519)763-1956 Contact: Derek Guberney, Sales & Marketing Mgr. CONCRETE SOLUTIONS

CHEMLINE PLASTICS LIMITED

58 California Rd., Rexton, NB E4W 1W8

55 Guardsman Road, Thornhlll, ON L3T 6L2 (905)889-7890 Fax:(905)889-8553

(506)523-7550 Fax:(506)523-9031 Contact: Paul Miller, Division Manager

E-mail: lnfo@chemllne.com

valves, strainers, flowmeters and controls all made

#200 - 522 Burlington Ave., Burlington, ON L7S 1R8 (905)631-8240 Fax:(905)639-4601

COLGATE-PALMOLIVE

(937)454-3279 Fax:(937)454-3379

Contact: Michael NIssenthall, Sales Coordinator Chemllne stocks manual, actuated, and control

CAREER ADVANCEMENT EMPLOYMENT SERVICES INC.

(847)549-7600 Fax:(847)247-2929

Javex-12 for water disinfection, wastewater treat CENTURY GROUP INC.

CHARLES TENNANT & COMPANY UMn-ED

625 East BunkerCourt, Vernon Hills, IL60061 USA

of solid thermoplastics; Teflon tubing, fittings, valves, pumps and containers; PVDF and PP pipe, fittings, and fusion equipment. Flowmeters are variable area and paddle wheel type Including Instruments. Ap plication areas include waste and water treatment plants, landtllls, etc. CHEMTRAC SYSTEMS, INC. 6991 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., BIdg.600 Norcross,

GA 30092 USA (770)449-6233 Fax:(770)447-0889 Contact: Amy Bryant, Marketing Coordinator

CONOR PACIFIC

2240 Speakman Dr., MIsslssauga, ON L5K 1A9 (905)822-0331 Fax:(905)822-3637 CONSOLIDATED GIROUX

ENVIRONMENT INC.

P.O. Box 2043, 11 Reld St., Charlo, NB E8E 2W8

(506)684-5821 Fax:(506)684-1915

Contact: Eugene Rousselle, Dredging Manager CONTROL MICROSYSTEMS

28 Steacle Drive, Kanata, ON K2K 2A9 (613)591-1943 Fax:(613)591-1022 Contact: Sherry Droeske, Marketing Group Leader

CHLORINATORS INCORPORATED

CONTROLOTRON CORP.

1044 S.E. Dixie Cutoff Road, Stuart, FL 34994-3436 USA (561)288-4854 Fax:(561)287-3238 Contact: Ron Grage, Special Projects Director

155 PlantAve., Hauppauge, NY 11788 USA (800)875-8479 Fax:(631)231-3334 Contact: John Trofatter, VP, North American Sales

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Suppliers CONVAULT, INC.

4109 Zeering Road, Denair, CA95316 USA (209)632-7571 Fax:(209)632-4711 Contact: David Harris, VP, Marketing COPESAN - SPECIALISTS IN PEST SOLUTIONS

3490 N. 127th St., Brookfieid, Wl 53005 USA

(800)267-3726 Fax:(262)783-6267 Contact: Jon Bain, Director of Marketing CORNELL PUMP COMPANY

[>mAGEX INC. DAGEX INC.

4141 Yonge St., #307, North York, ON M2P 2A8 (800)665-7136,(416)250-7111 Fax:(416)250-8111 E-mail: into@dagex.cai Web site: www.dagex.ca . Contact: Monique D. Bates, Sales Director Distributor of fine screening/filtration/classification/ dewatering equipment. Sen/icing municipal/indus trial sectors. Products: Step Screen"'", Rotomat®,

(503)653-0330 Fax:(503)653-0338 Contact: Care! Verlinden, Marketing Comm. Mgr.

Coanda Grit Washing by HUBER, Filter Presses by NETZSCH, Solids Control by DERRICK, Decanter Centrifuges, Toveko SandFilter"'", FIBAX Filter by ORGANO, Spin Clean® Filters by API, Backwash-

CORNING INCORPORATED

able MicroFllter™ by ESCO.

P.O. Box 6334, Portiand, OR 97228-6334 USA

Science Products Division

R.R.#1, 7808 \Afeliington Cty. Rd. 34, Puslinch, ON NOB 2J0 (519)766-9283 Fax:(519)823-0585 Contact: James Wingert, Sales & Marketing Mgr.

DAVIDSON ENVIRONMENTAL

RR#1, Station Waterloo, Bast Place, Waterloo, ON N2J4G8 (519)664-1422

CORRPRO CANADA INC.

DAVIS CONTROLS LTD.

7895Tranmere Dr., #11, Misslssauga, ON L5S 1V9 (905)677-2700 Fax:(905)677-2432 Contact: John Aru, Sales Manager

2200 Bristol Circle, Oakville, ON L6H 5R3 (905)829-2000 Fax:(905)829-2630

CREATIVE SOLUTIONS, INC.

DAY INSTRUMENT SERVICES

28 Union Street, New/ton Centre, MA 02459 USA

15-6400 Mlilcreek Dr., #362, Misslssauga, ON L5N 3E7 (416)737-4329 Fax:(905)819-7909 Contact: Martin J. Hurtubise, Mgr., Tech. Services

(617)527-4007 Contact: John Bergdoll, President

Contact: Barbara Smith, Executive Assistant

CRECHEM TECHNOLOGIES INC.

1200 Montreal Rd., BIdg. M-2, 2nd Fir., Ottawa, ON K1A0R6 (613)744-6001 Fax:(613)744-0573 Contact: Jesse Shen, Principal

HegreiKDitt

CROLL-REYNOLDS CLEAN AIR

DEGREMONT INFILCO LTD.

TECHNOLOGIES

20275 Clark Graham, Bale d'Urfe, QC H9X 3T5

751 Central Ave., P.O. Box 668, Westfleld, NJ

Contact: Jean-Yves Bergel, VP, Technical Director

07091-0668 USA

(908)232-4200 Fax:(908)232-2146 Contact: James "Buzz" Reynolds, President

mm

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Denso

CRONITECH ENVIRONMENT INC.

59 Centre St., Magog, QC J1X 5B6 (819)843-7070 Fax:(819)843-3845

DENSO NORTH AMERICA INC.

Contact: David Cronin

90 Ironside Cres., Unit 12, Toronto, ON MIX 1M3 (416)291-3435 Fax:(416)291-0898

CSR PIPELINE SYSTEMS

E-mail: sales@densona.com

P.O. Box 60297, Houston, TX 77205 USA

Web site: www.densona.com

(281)872-3500 Contact: Steve McElyea

Contact: Biair Slessor, Regional Sales Manager Pipes, flanges, valves and fittings can be buried 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 protection that's easy to apply.

and RECHARGER™ polyethylene chamber sys tems, primarily used In on-slte wastewater and stormwater management systems. Large selection, available in 11 different sizes ranging from 8.5" high up to 32.5" high. Lowest profile, highest capacity. All models are available In H-10 or H-20 wheel load

rating. First rate structural integrity. H-20 cham bers are specifically designed for paved trafficked

LIMITED

DONSON ENGINEERING & CONTRACTING LIMITED

191 Booth Road, Unit 16, North Bay, ON P1A4K3 (705)474-4759 Fax;(705)474-9041 Contact: David W. Euler, President Donson offers the premier Permastore tankage sys tem with three different glass coating systems avail able. The tankage system can be easily expanded in the future, in an inexpensive, efficient manner. In addition, the tankage system can be relocated, at any time, with "as new" results. An excellent corro sion resistant, low-cost, tankage system, for stor age of any potable water or wastewater applications.

DPICCompt<anies DPIC/ROYAL & SUN ALLIANCE

155 University Avenue,#702,Toronto, ON M5H 3B7 (800)820-2721 Fax:(416)363-4517 E-mail: jean.leveque@rsausa.com Web Site: www.dpic.com Contact: Jean Leveque,Assistant VP, Product Mgr. Professional and general liability insurance and risk management for architects, engineers and environ mental consultants Including those providing reme diation services. Expanded pollution coverage avail able on practice and TeamCover policies. SICH & DPIC Companies are part of Royal SunAlliance USA Speciality Division, a member of the international Royal SunAlliance Insurance Group pic, London. DRAEGER CANADA LTD.

7555 Danbro Crescent, Misslssauga, ON L5N 6P9 (905)821-8988 Fax:(905)821-2565 Contact: Lynn M. Scharfe, Marketing Assistant

DESCALE SYSTEMS INC. CANADA

4 Sykes St., #100, Ajax, ON LIT 3J5 (905)683-7995 Fax:(905)683-0763 Contact: John March, Sales Manager

Contact: Robert DiTullio, Sr., CEO

. fcULTEC,Inc. is a manufacturer of CONTACTOR"""

DONSON ENGINEERING & CONTRACTING

DERRICK CORPORATION

(716)683-9010 Fax:(716)683-4991

Web site: www.cultec.com

J

590 Duke Rd., Buffalo, NY 14225 USA CULTEC, INC.

P.O. Box 280, 878 Federal Road, Brookfieid, CT 06804 USA (203)775-4416, 1-800-4CULTEC Fax:(203)775-2670

DIVERSE PLASTIC TANKS

22 - 3190 Ridgeway Dr., Misslssauga, ON L5L5S8 (905)607-5189 Fax:(905)607-9835 Contact: Dave Davidson, Manager Diverse Plastic Tanks offer a full range of product designs, including closed or top vertical tanks In flat or cone bottom styles, horizontal tanks, containment tanks and a complete line of "UN" approved inter mediate bulk containers(IBCs). They distribute the Snyder Industries line of tanks which have many advantages for bulk storage, processing and trans portation tanks. With the widest selection of sizes up to 16,500 gallons.

DRL ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

21339 Hwy. #2, Fort Lawrence, R.R. #7, Amherst, NS B4H 3Y5 (902)661-6890 Fax:(902)661-6892 Contact: John Morrlssey, President

DEZURIK-COPES VULCAN

385 Franklin Blvd., Cambridge, ON N1R 8G7 (519)621-8980 Fax:(519)621-9521 Contact: Lillane Calado, Customer Service Rep.

DTE INDUSTRIES LIMITED

69 Comstock Road, Scarborough, ON MIL 2G9 (416)757-6278 Fax:(416)757-5579 Contact: Ed Glanfrancesco

DiRECTRiK INC.

D-TEC CORPORATION

11523 South 60th St., Omaha, NE 68133 USA

(402)331-6333 Fax:(402)331-2813

areas. Ask about CULTEC's STORMFILTER™.

Contact: Deborah A. Budin, President DIRECTRIK INC.

D&E WHOLESALE LTD.

23184 Fraser Hwy., Langley, BC V2Z 2V1 (800)900-2220 Fax:(604)534-5522 Contact: David E. Meilis, President DANATEC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LTD.

1410 - 800 6th Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB T2P 3G3 (800)465-3366 Fax:(403)232-6952 Contact: Ron Martin, President

1011 Haultain Ct., #9, Misslssauga, ON L4W 1W1 (905)625-1814 Fax:(905)625-8978 E-mail: directrlk@yahoo.com Contact: Sam Directo, General Manager Wemco torque flow, Hidrostal screw, centrifugal pumps, Vogelsang rotary lobe pumps, MPR gas compressors, Wemco screen and degriting system, Sven polymer batch mixing systems,S.A. Armstrong pumps and booster systems and heat exchangers.

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001

DUALL DIVISION

1550 Industrial Drive, Owosso, Ml 48867 USA

(517)725-8184 Fax:(517)725-8188 Contact: Robert J. Teich, Sales Manager DUPONT CANADA INC.

P.O. Box 2200, Stn. Streetsville, Misslssauga, ON L5M 2H3 (905)821-5860 Fax:(905)821-5177 Contact: Heather Byrne Moumdjian, Tyvek® Mktg. 57


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EAGLEBROOK^ t£_J inc. of CANADA EAGLEBROOK, INC. 4801 Southwick Dr., #200, Matteson, IL60443 USA (800)428-3311 Fax:(708)747-3278 E-mail: stenny@eaglebrk.com Web site: www.eagl0brook.net Contact: Steve Tenny, Marketing Manager

ECOLO® ODOR CONTROL SYSTEMS

ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS INC.

WORLDWIDE

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1222 Fewster Dr., #9, Misslssauga, ON L4W 1A1 (905)625-8664 Fax: (905)625-8892 Contact: Ian Howard, Vice President ECO PROCESS & EQUIPMENT INT'L. INC.

3430 Boulevard des entreprises, Terrebonne, QC J6X 4J8 (450)477-1510 Fax: (450)477-7993 Contact: Gaetan Desjardlns, President

ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION EQUIPMENT INC.

8529 Lafrenale, Montreal, QC HIP 2B3

(514)326-8852 Fax: (514)326-8961 Contact: Diana Trasente, Technical Advisor

Iron and aluminum-based chemicals for water and

ENVIRO RENTALS

wastewater treatment. Evaluation of process and surface waters for the removal of turbidity, colour, lignin, and humlcs. Products reduce arsenic, sele nium, copper and mercury In effluent. Eaglebrook is your single source in coagulation and chemistry with regional offices In Canada and the United

Bay 8, 823 - 41 st Ave. N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 6Y3 (403)276-2532 Fax: (403)276-2668 Contact: Kae Shummoogum, Manager

States.

ECO WASTE SOLUTIONS INC.

5195 Harvester Rd., #6, Burlington, ON L7L 6E9 (905)634-7022 Fax: (905)634-0831 E-mail: waste@ecosolutions.com

EARTH (CANADA) CORPORATION 1210 Rue St-Antoine Est, Montreal, QC H2L 2R1

(514)522-5550 Fax:(514)522-2643 Contact: M.J. Plebon, VP, Sales EAST RIVER TECHNOLOGIES

423 Avenue Road, Suite 6, Toronto, ON M4V 2H7

(416)964-9483 Fax:(416)927-0327 Contact: David E. Filman

Web site: www.ecosolutlons.com

ENVIRO-TEC INC.

Box 6239,4017-60th Avenue, Innlsfall, ABT4G 189

(800)661-3747, (403)227-5550 Fax: (403)227-5560 Contact: Christopher H. Harper

Contact: Lucy Casacia, Executive Vice President Eco Waste Solutions is a manufacturer of clean

burning, updated thermal incineration, offering a complementary solution to conventional waste dis posal strategies. Cost-effective, no long term legacy, and low environmental impact, are some of the strongest reasons to choose a modern incineration solution, such as the Eco Waste Oxidizei® as part of an overall waste management plan.

ENVIRO VAULT

5128 - 50th Avenue, Box 1149, Elk Point, AB

TOA 1A0 (780)724-4448 Fax: (780)724-4441 E-mail: russ@envirovault.com

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ELEMENTAL CONTROLS LIMITED

3230 Wharton Way, Misslssauga, ON L4X 2C1 (905)282-9974 Fax: (905)282-9519 Contact: Keith Grattan

ECKEL INDUSTRIES OF CANADA LIMITED

P.O. Box 776, 15 Allison Ave., Morrisburg, ON KOC 1X0 (800)563-3574 Fax: (613)543-4173

ELMRIDGE ENGINEERING

E-mail: eckel@eckel.ca

INC.

Web site: www.eckel.ca

3625 Weston Rd., #15, Weston, ON M9L 1V9

Contact: Bruce Allan, Product Sales

Eckoustic Functional Panels (EFPs) are highly ef fective, sound absorbing, fire resistant panels which can be located on walls or ceilings to achieve maxi mum noise control. Ideal for municipal facilities. In cluding water treatment and power plants, indus trial plants, gymnasiums, auditoriums and swimming pools.

Limited ECODYNE LIMITED

4475 Corporate Drive, Burlington, ON L7L 5T9 (905)332-1404 Fax: (905)332-6726 E-mail: lnfo@ecodyne.com Web site: www.ecodyne.com Contact: Paul Kitchen, General Sales Manager Ecodyne Limited, a worldwide leader in industrial and municipal water treatment equipment for over 40 years, custom designs, manufactures and serv ices complete systems. Equipment includes Reactivator® solid contact clariflers, PlatePack® La mella clarifiers, Monomedia®and Dual Media filters

in steel and concrete, including Ecodyne's Partilok® concrete filter underdrain forms.

(416)749-7730 Fax: (416)749-2550

Contact: Russ Hebblethwaife, President

Enviro Vault is the concept of Installing a secondary chamber within the tank and placing all valves nor mally mounted on the exterior of the tank within the secondary chamber. Increased operator safety, site security, valve service life, cleanliness, and profits make this user-friendly tank option an obvious choice.

ENVISTA TECHNOLOGIES

Contact: Strachan Bowen

201 -116 Research Dr., Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R3

(306)657-4232 Fax: (306)657-4248

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ENDRESS

HAUSER

1440 Grahams Lane, #1, Burlington, ON L7S 1W3 (905)681-9292 Fax: (905)681-9444 E-mail:jean.rivers® ca.endress.com Web site:www.caendress.com

Contact: Jean Rivers, Mgr., Marketing Services Established in 1953, E+H is a world-wide manufac turer of instrumentation for the water and wastewater

and process industries, including flow, level, pres sure, analysis, temperature and recorders. Our analysis line includes chlorine, pH, turbidity and dis solved oxygen measurement systems as well as ammonia nitrate and phosphate analyzers and sludge level detection. ENG ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

139 Dyke Rd., P.O. Box 125, Falmouth, NS B0P1L0 (902)748-4131 Fax: (902)798-5647 Contact: Steven G. Wheller

ECO LOG

Web site: www.envirovault.com

ENV TREATMENT SYSTEMS INC.

70 High Street, Etobicoke, ON M8Y 3N9 (416)503-7639 Fax: (416)503-8925 E-mail: envinc®interlog.com Contact: Edward M. Pikovnik, Sales Manager Complete line of water and wastewater systems, in cluding aeration equipment (AIRE-02 aspirating, RAMCO submerged turbine, fine bubble); WTP EQUIPMENT CORP. bar screens, compactors, con veyors, and screenings leveling bins; ASHBROOK sludge dewatering presses; CENTRISYS centri fuges; clarifiers (JEFFREY rectangular and EE&S circular); FRANKLIN comminutors; DAFs; digester covers (FRP); flumes; MABAREX grit removal; hatches; UNISORB odour control (GAC); package plants; WATSON-MARLOW peristaltic hosepumps; CARTER plunger pumps; EPIC archlmedes pumps;

ENGINEERED SOFTWARE, INC.

CENTRAFLO continuous backwash sandfilters;

4531 Inteico Loop S.E., Lacey, WA 98503 USA (360)412-0702 Fax: (360)412-0672 Contact: Justin Johnson, Marketing Director

slide gates; SBRs; SEPROTECH membrane pack age plants; PCI-WEDECO UV disinfection and ozonation systems.

ECO LOG ERIS

ENVIROCAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT

EOUITAS SEWER SERVICES

1450 Don Mills Road, Don Mills, ON M3B 2X7

EQUIPMENT COMPANY LTD.

P.O. Box 618066, Orlando, FL 32861-8066 USA

(416)442-2185 Fax: (416)442-2204 E-mail: tiatham®corporate.southam.ca

26 McCauley Dr., Bolton, ON L7E 5E8 (905)880-2418 Fax: (905)880-2327

(877)360-0780 Fax: (407)849-0625 Contact: Jody Anderson, Sales & Marketing Mgr.

ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANING SYSTEMS

ETATRON D.S.

41 Shaft Road, Rexdale, ON M9W 4M3

17665 - 66A Avenue, Surrey, BC V3S 2A7 (604)576-8539 Fax: (604)576-0924 Contact: Giorgio Guazzaroni, Owner

Environmental Risk Information Services Ltd

Web site: www.eris.ca

Contact: Todd Latham, General Manager ERIS is a fast, easy way to access current and his torical environmental records from government and private sector databases. Part of the Southam En vironment Group family of products and services which include EcoLog Week Newsletter, EcoLog Legislative Sen/ices (online at: www.ecolog.com), as well as Solid Waste & Recycling and Hazardous Materials Management magazines. 58

(416)244-6497 Fax: (416)244-3270 Contact: Charles Robinson, National Sales Mgr. ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMICS, INC. 5601 Paris Road, Columbia, MO 65202 USA

(573)474-9456 Fax: (573)474-6988 Contact: Randy Chann, Executive Vice President

ETV CANADA INC.

867 Lakeshore Road, P.O. Box 85059, Burlington, ON L7R 2G0 (905)336-4546 Fax: (905)336-4519 Contact: John McMullen, President

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Suppliers EXCELTEC INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION

1110 Industrial Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77478 USA (877)SANILEC Fax:(281)240-6762

nD

Contact: Stephanie Scherger Carter, Mktg. Services

FABRICATED PLASTICS UMrTED FABRICATED PLASTICS LIMITED

2175 Teston Rd., Maple (Toronto), ON L6A 1T3 (905)832-8161 Fax:(905)832-2111 E-maii: info@fabricatedplastics.com Web site: www.fabricatedpiastics.com Contact: Greg Landry, Vice President, Sales Custom fabrication of chemical and pollution con trol equipment in reinforced plastics(FRP),thermo plastics and dual laminate armoured thermoplas tics. Pipe, tanks, scrubbers, hoods, launders, duct and cooling towers. Full stock of catalogued prod ucts for industry.

FLUORESCENnAMt>RECYCLERS ING. FLUORESCENT LAMP RECYCLERS INC.

GDT WATER PROCESS CORPORATION

101 Holiday Inn Dr., Unit E, Cambridge, ON N3C 1Z3 (519)651-2606 Fax:(519)651-1015

20805 N. 19th Avenue,#1, Phoenix, AZ85027-3558

E-maii: fir2@contech.ca

Web site: www.contech.ca

Contact: Monica Johnston, Sales Representative Fluorescent Lamp Recyclers Inc. is Canada's lead ing lamp recycling facility, by providing complete recycling services for all mercury containing lamp

waste. Our state-of-the-art process separates each lamp into Its individual components, making each component clean and eligible for recycling and re use. Lamp recycling programs are designed for ongoing programs or single projects.

USA (623)587-8858 Fax:(623)587-1511 E-mail: gdt-h2o.com Web site: www.gdt-h2o.com Contact: Paul Overbeck, President GDT puts gases to work in water and wastewater treatment. GDT's high efficiency mass transfer sys tems benefit ozone, aeration and recarbonation

processes. The ODT""^" process also operates as

an air stripper for Radon, COj and VOC reduction. (CiomTar-lr GEMTECK ENVIRONMENTAL

®

SOFTWARE LTD.

901-580 Hornby Street, FLUOROSENSE

Vancouver, BC VOC 3B6

1948 Merivaie Rd., #101, Nepean, ON K2G 1E9 (613)224-1192 Fax:(613)224-0256 Contact: Mike McDonnell, General Manager

(604)408-7304 Fax:(604)684-3541 E-mail: howard@gemteck.com Web site: www.gemteck.com

N2G 4W5 (519)748-5470 Fax:(519)748-2553

FORD HALL COMPANY

Contact: Howard Adam, VP, Sales & Marketing

Contact: ian MacKinnon, Managing Director

P.O. Box 54312, Lexington, KY 40555 USA (859)624-1077 Fax:(859)624-3320 Contact: Scott Perry, National Sales Director

(800)647-5368 Fax:(800)543-4203

GemTech develops, markets and supports EQWIn'®, a Windows-based Environmental Data Management system. It is used by consultants, municipalities, industry and mining operations worldwide for man aging analytical data (importing, storing, analyzing, querying, graphing, reporting and flagging regula tory exceedances), obtained from monitoring pro grams for ground/surface water quality, air quality,

Contact: Deanie Baldwin, International Director

effluents, soils, etc.

F.E. MYERS

269 Trillium Dr., P.O. Box 9138, Kitchener, ON

FEDERAL SIGNAL ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS GROUP

1300 W. Bartlett Rd., Elgin, IL 60120 USA (847)741-5370 Fax:(847)742-3035

Contact: Bill Krupowicz, Director of Product Mgmt.

FORESTRY SUPPLIERS, INC. 205 West Rankin St., P.O. Box 8397, Jackson, MS 39284-8397 USA

FILCHEM INC.

1225 Gorham St., Newmarket, ON L3Y 7V1

FRED CRESSMAN SALES INC.

(905)853-1363 Fax:(905)853-2334 Contact: Steve Benner, President

264 Sunview St., Waterloo, ON N2L 3V9 (519)884-3225 Fax:(519)884-1326

GENEQ inc.

Contact: Fred Cressman, President FILTER INNOVATIONS INC.

744 Gordon Baker Rd.,

GENEQ INC.

Toronto, ON M2Fi 3B4

FRONTENAC

(416)490-7848 Fax:(416)490-0974 E-maii: fiiinn@istar.ca

Contact: John Dragasevich, President Filter Innovations inc. offers simple. Innovative and proven solutions in the treatment of process water, wastewater and groundwater. Our product line includes activated carbon, self-cleaning backflushabie filters, self indexing filters, bag filters, coalescers for oily water separation, and NANO, RO membrane filtration. We custom build turn-key wa ter treatment systems based on your requirements. FLEXO PRODUCTS LIMITED

4777 Kent Avenue, Niagara Falls, ON L2FI 1J5 (905)354-2723 Fax:(905)354-1301 Contact: Duke MacLeod, Systems Integrator

FRONTENAC ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

6 Bram Court, Brampton, ON L6W 3R6 (905) 457-5145 Fax:(905)457-1730 E-mali: sales@frontenac-env.com Web site: www.frontenac-env.com

Contact: George Bennett, Sales Manager Water and wastewater equipment supplier for in dustrial and municipal applications for fine and coarse screening, sludge dewatering, screw con veyors, aeration and mixing, package plants, disin fection, odourcontroi. Principals include: ArlatTech nologies, Ashbrook Corp., Aeromix Systems, Portacei Disinfections Systems, Hankin Ozone. Ex perienced staff of service technicians available for on-site sen/ice.

8047 Jarry E., Montreal, QC H1J 1H6 (800)463-4363,(514)354-2511 Fax:(514)354-6 E-mali: lnfo@geneq.com Web site: www.geneq.com Contact: Rene Parise, Marketing Manager Geneq is a distributor of environmental Instruments since 1972. We sell meteorological instruments, dataloggers, water monitoring instruments, test kits, pH, D.O. and conductivity meters, groundwater sam pling instruments, gas detectors, air samplers, and a complete line of lab equipment. GENERAL CARBON CORP.

744 Gordon Baker Rd., North York, ON M2H 3B4 (800)269-3445 Fax:(416)490-0974 Contact: Bob Muller GENERAL CHEMICAL PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS LTD.

1100-201 City Centre Dr., Misslssauga, ON L5B 3A3 (800)361-5308,(905)566-3854 Fax:(905)276-6594

FLOWCARE ENGINEERING INC.

C-120 Turnbull Crt., Cambridge, ON NIT 1H9 (519)740-8733 Fax:(519)740-8131

Contact: Velio Erics, Water Treatment Chemicals

Contact: Vern Martin, VP, Sales GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP

GARY STEADY DISMANTLING LTD.

FLUIDYNE FLUIDYNE CORPORATION

2816 West First St., Cedar Fails, iA 50613 USA

(319)266-9967 Fax:(319)277-6034 E-mail: fluidyne@cfu.net Web site: www.fiuidynecorp.com Contact: Eric Mandt

Fluidyne provides wastewater treatment equipment and technology for both municipal and Industrial applications. Fluidyne has been supplying SBR sys tems longer than any company in North America with several award-winning plants. Other products include grit removal, jet aeration, jet mixing, sludge digestion, and ISAM™ (Integrated Surge-Anoxic Mix) Systems.

118 Rutherford Road S., Brampton, ON L6W 3J5 (905)454-3511 Fax:(905)454-2811 Contact: Frank Apolilnaro, Sales

P.O. Box 188, Coiborne, ON KOK 180

(905)355-3046 Fax:(905)355-5480 Web site: www.steacydismantling.com Contact: Yvon Gauthier, Sales Manager

Gary Steacy Dismantling Ltd. Is a fully integrated waste recycling, final destruction/incineration facil ity that can process both PCB and non PCB waste electrical equipment. Our permanent facility has been located beside highway 401 just over an hour east of Toronto since 1984. For guaranteed safe, secure destruction of your wastes, give us a call.

GEONICS LIMITED

1745 Meyerside Dr., #8, Misslssauga, ON L5T106 (905)670-9580 Fax:(905)670-9204 Contact: Mike Cataiano, Technical Sales Rep. G.E.T. INDUSTRIES INC.

P.O. Box 640, Brampton, ON L6V 2L6 (905)451-9900 Fax:(905)451-5376 Contact: W. David Martin

GEMITE PRODUCTS INC.

GLI INTERNATIONAL, INC. (fka: Great Lakes Instruments)

1787 Drew Road, Misslssauga, ON L5S 1J5 (905)672-2020 Fax:(905)672-6780 Contact: Igor Nikoiajev, President

(414)355-3601 Fax:(414)355-8346 Contact: Tim Schilz, Marketing Manager

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9020 West Dean Rd., Milwaukee, Wl 53224 USA

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Suppliers GLM TANKS & EQUIPMENT LTD.

GREATARIO ENGINEERED

HANCOR INC.

1508 - 8th Street, Nisku, AB T9E 786

STORAGE SYSTEMS

401 Olive Street, Findiay, OH 45840 USA (888)367-7473 Fax:(888)329-7473 Contact: Tori Durliat, Marketing Comm. Manager

(780)955-2233,(800)661-9828 Fax:(780)955-2241 Contact: O.K.(Owen)Gilbert, VP, Marketing & Sales

DORR-OLIVER GL&V/DORR-OLIVER CANADA INC.

174 West Street South, Oriilia, ON L3V 6L4

(705)325-6181 Fax:(705)325-2347 Contacts: Brian Burrell, Ken Smith, Tech. Sales

P.O. Box 399, 715647 County Rd. #4, Innerkip, ON NOJ 1M0 (519)469-8169 Fax:(519)469-8157 E-mail: sales@greatarioengsys.com Web site: www.greatarioengsys.com Contact: Steve Gregory, Vice President Greatario provides complete storage and mixing sys tems, including: Aquastore tanks from A.O. Smith Engineered Products, Inc.; JetMix Vortex mixing sys tems for both new or existing biosolids and digester tanks; Temcor flat and geodesic aluminum covers for new or existing steel and concrete tanks.

HANNA INSTRUMENTS CANADA

3156 Boui Industrial, Laval, QC H7L4P7

(800)842-6629 Fax:(450)629-8993 Contact: Christian Montpiaisair, General Manager HAROLD MARCUS LTD.

15124 Longwoods Road, Hwy. #2, Bothwell, ON NOP 1C0 (519)695-3734 Fax:(519)695-2249 Contact: R.J.(John) Scott, Sales Manager HASSAN STEEL FABRICATORS

223 Ashland Avenue, London, ON N5W 4E3

GLOBAL WATER

(519)451-3100 Fax:(519)451-3102

11257 Coloma Rd., Gold River, CA 95670 USA

Contact: David Hassan, President

(916)638-3429 Fax:(916)638-3270

Greenware

HAYWARD GORDON LTD.

SYSTEMS INC

GMET ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES 2450 Lancaster Road, #27, Ottawa, ON K1B 5N3

(613)738-2991 Fax:(613)738-0092 E-mail: ecoflont@istar.ca Web site: www.ecofloontario.com

Contact: Philippe Masuy, Mgr., Bus.& Development Specializing in providing engineered wastewater treatment solutions for small municipalities, camp grounds, golf courses, restaurants, and landfills. Distributor of Ecoflo®, Rotofix and Bioseg.

GREENWARE ENVIRONMENTAL

SYSTEMS, INC.

145 King Street East, #200, Toronto, ON M5C 2Y8 (800)474-0627 Fax:(416)367-2653 E-mail: greeninfo@greenware.com Web site: www.greenware.com Contact: Carine Seider, Nathan Crawford

GreenWare software allows companies to imple ment environmental management, auditing and per formance reporting information systems. With GreenWare's ISO 14000 software, companies can assess, implement and audit an EMS based on the

6660 Campobeilo Rd., Mississauga, ON L5N 2L9 (905)567-6116 Fax:(905)567-1706 Contact: Brent McConomy, Sales Manager HAZCO ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD.

160- 13511 Vulcan Way, Richmond, BC V6V 1K4 (604)214-7000 Fax:(604)214-7017 Contact: Gregory Campbell, VP, Pacific Region HAZMASTERS

1915 Clements Rd.,#2 & 3, Pickering, ON LI W 3V1 (800)434-7065 Fax:(905)427-9901 Contact: Ian Henderson, Inside Sales

ISO 14001 standard. With GreenWare's Perform

GORMAN-RUPP

PUMPS

software, they can monitor, improve and report on their environmental performance, including green house gas emissions.

HERON INSTRUMENTS INC.

2281 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, ON L7R 1B1 (800)331-2032,(905)634-4449 Fax:(905)634-9657 Contact: Vicky Toon, Production Coordinator

GROUNDWATER SERVICES, INC. 2211 Norfolk St., #1000, Houston, TX 77098-4044

HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL CANADA

GORMAN-RUPP OF CANADA LIMITED

USA (713)522-6300 Fax:(713)522-8010

Various locations across Canada

70 Burweil Rd., St. Thomas, ON N5P 3R7

Contact: RBCA Info

(519)631-2870 Fax:(519)631-4624 E-mail: grcanada@grcanada.com Web site: www.grcanada.com Contacts: Alex McCoubrey, Adv. Manager Lionel Roux, Manager, Engineered Systems Manufacturers of quality pumping systems since 1933. Our self-priming centrifugal T Series pumps were introduced nearly 35 years ago to meet the demand for a self-priming, solids handling sewage pump. Today, Gorman-Rupp is the undisputed leader in self-priming centrifugals. We manufacture a complete line of above and below ground pack aged lift stations as well as a full line of sewage submersible pumping systems. We are the total pump solution to your sewage handling needs. We are the industry leader with the ability to analyze your total system requirements and the resources to supply the right equipment for the job. GormanRupp of Canada Limited, has been in Canada since 1960.

To speak with the branch location nearest to you, call: 1-888-777-2700

mim

HETEK SOLUTIONS INC. (Formerly Heath Consultants Ltd.) 2085 Piper Lane, London, ON N5V 3S5 (519)659-1144 Fax:(519)453-2182

EQUIPMENT INC. H2FL0W EQUIPMENT INC.

80 Carlauren Rd., #24, Woodbridge, ON L4L7Z5 (905)264-2188 Fax:(905)264-2062

E-mail: sales@heathltd.com

E-maii: h2fiow@idirect.com

Contact: Gary Fricke, Market Development Water leakage detection equipment, flow meters, wastewater samplers, confined space entry equip ment/training, pipe and cable locators, l&l studies,'C factor testing, ultrasonic flow meters, permanent/port able gas monitors, sales, rentals, repairs, training.

Web Site: www.h2flow.com

Contact: Michael Aibanese

Water and wastewater treatment equipment for municipal and industrial use: screens, conveyors, compactors, grit removal, clarifiers, air diffusers, jet aerators, SBRs, biological reactors, trickling filters, package plants, sludge thickeners, presses and di gesters. Tertiary treatment, UV disinfection, water treatment (settling, membrane, DAF, conventional filters, underdrains), CSO, industrial treatment, oil/

Web site: www.heathltd.com

HF SCIENTIFIC

3170 Metro Parkway, Ft. Myers, FL33916-7597 USA (941)332-7643(941)337-4799 Contact: Dennis Perry, Marketing Manager

water separators. HIBON INC.

Cowlings

12055 Cote de Liesse, Dorval, QC HOP 1B4

H. FONTAINE LTD.

1295, Sherbrooke Street, Magog, QC J1X 2T2 (819)843-3068 Fax:(819)843-1006 Contact: Daniel Boisvert, Regional Sales Manager

GOWLING, LAFLEUR & HENDERSON

Commerce Court W., #4900, Toronto, ON M5L 1J3 (416)862-4300 Fax:(416)862-7661 E-maii: dahmeh@gowlings.com Web site: www.gowlings.com Contact: Harry Dahme Environmental law services. Particular expertise in browntield development, privatization of water and sewer services, environmental approvals, waste management,environmental management systems. Gowlings is also Canada's foremost intellectual property law firm, with particular expertise in the high tech business sector. Gowlings has offices in Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton, Waterloo region, Van couver, Montreal, Calgary and Moscow. GREENLAND CORPORATION

P.O. Box 99, Lethbridge, AB T1J 3Y4 (403)328-3111 Fax:(403)329-5480 60

(514)631-3501 Fax:(514)631-3502 Contact: Lucie Gagnon, Assistant to VP H.I.L. TECHNOLOGY, INC. 94 Hutchins Drive, Portland, ME 04102 USA

(207)756-6200 Fax:(207)756-6212

[HACH

Contact: Pamela Deahl, Vice President

HACH COMPANY

5600 Lindbergh Dr., P.O. Box 389, Loveland, CO 80539 USA (970)669-3050 Fax:(970)669-2932

HI-POINT INDUSTRIES (1991) LTD. P.O. Box 779, Bishop's Falls, NF AOH 1C0 (709)258-6274,(709)258-5456 Fax:(709)258-5905 Contact: W.J. (Bill) Butler, President

E-maii: intl@hach.com

Contact: Michael Bryant, Cdn. Sales & Mktg. Mgr. 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, boiler water, cooling tower water, and soils. Hach products and proven methods provide results accurate enough for scientific research, yet are easy to use.

HOFFMAN

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HOFFMAN INDUSTRIES OF CANADA LTD.

58 Bertal Road, Toronto, ON MOM 4M4

(416)763-4681 Fax:(416^63-0440 E-mail: hoffman.can@btrinc.oom Web site: www.hoffmanair.com

Contact: Robert Meats, VP, General Manager Hoffman Multi-stage Centrifugal Compressors and

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Suppliers Exhausters are available for requirements to 45,000 CFM, at discharge pressures to 25 psig or 19" Hg vacuum for air and gas service. Hoffman centri fugals have been operating with utmost reliability and efficiency In many diverse applications such as sewage aeration, combustion, drying, agitation, fluIdlzlng, oxidation, vacuum cleaning, cooling and

IPD INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHERS DIRECT

Insituform

Technobgies'Limited INSITUFORM TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED

IPEX INC.

7605 - 18 Street, Edmonton, AB TOP 1N9

6810 Invader Cres., Misslssauga, ON L5T 2B6 (800)268-4664 Fax:(905)670-1512 Contact: Richard St. Aubin, Bus. Mgr. - Municipal

pneumatic conveying among others, for more than 90 years.

(780)413-0200 Fax:(780)413-0777

HYDRA-STOP/PITOMETER

Contact: Mark Brand, Technical Representative Insituform Technologies Limited Is a leading world wide provider of proprietary technologies and serv ices for rehabilitating sewer, water and other under ground piping systems without digging and disruption.

11700 South Cicero Avenue, Alsip, IL 60803 USA (708)389-5111 Fax:(708)389-5125 Contact: Jim PlotrowskI, Director of Marketing

E-mail: feedback@lnsltuform.com Web site: www.lnsltuform.com

HYDROLAB CORPORATION

8700 Cameron Rd., Austin, TX 78754 USA (512)832-8832 Fax:(512)832-8839 Contact: Brad Krimmel

HYDRO-LOGIC ENVIRONMENTAL

762 Upper James St., #250, Hamilton, ON L9C3A2 (905)777-9494 Fax:(905)777-8678 Contact: George S. Pastoric

Two Gateway Center, 11th Fir., Newark, NJ 07102 USA (973)643-7500 Fax:(973)643-7676 Contact: Thomas Hastings, Asst. Mktg. Mgr. - USA

INTELEX TECHNOLOGY INC.

93 Skyway Ave., #206, Etoblcoke, ON MOW 6C7 (416)679-0119 Fax:(416)679-0168 Contact: Mark Jalne, Executive Account Manager

I.P.F. ASSOCIATES

Bloomfleld Drive, #2188, Oakvllle, ON L6M 3X7 (905)847-4691 Fax:(905)827-5722 Contact: John Crompton ISCO, INC. 4700 Superior Street, Lincoln, NE 68504 USA (402)464-0231 Fax:(402)465-3064 Contact: Rick Piles, Wlarketing Comm. Coordinator

INTERNATIONAL MARINE SALVAGE INC.

Box 6, Port Colborne, ON L3K 5V7

(905)835-1203 Fax:(905)835-6824 Contact: Richard Unyl, VP, Health, Safety & Env.

HY-GRADE PRECAST CONCRETE

ITT FLYGT

2411 First Street S., RR#1, St. Catharines, ON

300 Labrosse Ave., Pointe-Claire, OC H9R 4V5

L2R 6P7 (800)229-8568 Fax:(905)684-8560 Contact: Peter Belanger, Sales Manager HYPRESCON INC.

3075 RIdgeway Dr., #41, Misslssauga, ON L5L 5M6 (905)569-6360 Fax:(905)569-6426 Contact: Karl HartI, Sales Manger IBC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 856 East Utah Valley Dr., P.O. Box 98, American Fork, UT 84003 USA

(801)763-8400 Fax:(801)763-8491 Contact: Nell E. Izatt, VP, Corporate Development IHS CANADA

20 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON M5C 2N8

(416)362-5211 Fax:(416)362-6161 Contact: Tammy Jones, Marketing Manager IMAGE INSPECTION SERVICES LTD.

723 - 46th Avenue S.E., Calgary, AB T2G 2A4 (800)667-6670,(403)287-1053 Fax:(403)243-4564 Contact: Paul M.A. Varro, President

INTERNATIONAL PUMP TECHNOLOGY INC.

580 Gartshore St., P.O. Box 343, Fergus, ON N1M 3E2 (800)265-9355 Fax:(519)843-6476 Contact: Peter Follett, Industrial Manager, C.E.T. Distributor of Goulds pumps, MP pumps Carry, Berkley, centrifugal, axial flow, submersible turbine, line shaft turbine, sump and sewage pumps, sys tem design for pumping applications. INTERNATIONAL RESERVE EQUIPMENT CORPORATION

Four South Prospect Ave., P.O. Box 198, Clarendon Hills, IL 60514-0198 USA

(630)325-7040 Fax:(630)325-7045

Contact: Thomas J. Mertz, Partner/Advertising

IWR TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

22 - 7228 Winston Street, Burnaby, BC V5A 2G9 (800)781 -8750,(604)681 -1688 Fax:(605)681 -1638 Contact; Ramin Bogzaran

INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD.

Box 310, 342 Bayvlew Dr., Barrle, ON L4M 4T5 (705)733-0111 Fax:(705)721-0138 Contact: John A. Harris, Vice President

J&M ENGINEERING & SALES LTD.

2899 Steeles Ave. W.,#4, Downsvlew, ON M3J 3A1

(416)665-2300 Fax;(416)665-7530 Contact: Duncan R. Robertson, President

INTERPROVINCIAL CORROSION CONTROL COMPANY LIMITED

JOHN BROOKS COMPANY LIMITED

930 Sheldon Court, Burlington, ON L7L 5K6 (905)634-7751 Fax:(905)333-4313 Contact: Jamie A. Fleming

1260 Kamato Road, Misslssauga, ON L4W 1Y1 (905)624-4200 Fax:(905)624-1799 Contact: Richard Jacobs, National Manager

INDACHEM

INTERRA ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

Division of Utility & Industrial Supply Ltd. 86 Guided Crt., #G, H & I, Etoblcoke, ON M9V 4K6 (416)743-3751 Fax:(416)743-2038

3509 - 62nd Avenue, S.E., Calgary, AB T2C 1P5 (403)236-4901 Fax:(403)236-1759 Contact: Barry Lesluk, President

E-mail: allen@keddco.com

Contact: Brian G. Allen, Manager USF/Stranco "PolyBlend" dry/liquid polymer feed systems;"Strantrol HRR"chlorlnation/dechlorlnatlon controllers; "Water Champ" gas/llquld chemical In duction and mixing systems; NuTech odour control technology; Superior gas chlorlnators and sulfonators; Alfa Laval centrifugal pumps; Cornell nonclog centrifugal pumps;ABEL high pressure pumps.

(514)695-0100 Fax;(514)697-0602 Web site; www.lttflygt.ca Contact: Raymond SImond, Communications Mgr. Submersible electric pumps and mixers for waste and wastewater handling, and pumping station con trols. The fifteen ITT Flygt offices offer pump repair, rental and pump station Inspection and maintenance services. Recognized for Its clog-resistant and high hydraulic efficiency, Flygt's new N-pump series was given the Natural Resources Canada, Energy Effi ciency Award.

John Meunier

INTERON

1140 McDermott Drive, Valley Plaza, #102, West Chester, PA 19380 USA

(610)918-2899 Fax:(610)918-2879 Contact: Andrea Tweedle, Applications Engineer

JOHN MEUNIER/USFILTER

250 Royal Crest Court, Markham, ON LOR 3S1 Tel/Fax:(705)329-4502 E-mail: vlvlana@usfllter.com Web site: www.usfilter.com

INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION

14845-6 Yonge St., #197, Aurora, ON L4G 6H8 (800)338-3287,(905)727-5595 Fax:(905)727-1594 Contact: Scott Hayzelden, Canadian Manager INFILCO DEGREMONT, INC. P.O. Box 71390, Richmond, VA 23255-1390 USA

(804)756-7600 Fax:(804)756-7643 Contact: Paul Spofford, Director of Marketing INSITU GROUNDWATER CONTRACTORS

7 Montlcello Crescent, Guelph, ON NIG 2M1 (519)763-0700 Fax:(519)763-6684 Contact: Harry Oussoren, President INTEGRA ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

5035 North Service Road, #C7, Burlington, ON L7L 5V2 (905)336-2096 Fax:(905)336-8694 Contact: Marc Bajzik, VP, Sales

INTERPROVINCIAL CORROSION CONTROL COMPANY LIMITED

930 Sheldon Court, Burlington, ON L7L 5K6 (905)634-7751 Fax:(905)333-4313 Contact: Jamie A. Fleming Interprovlnclal Corrosion Control, the Canadian Dis tributor of MAXMAG Magnesium Anode, offers cus tomized services throughout the process of cafhodic protection/corrosion control, Including initial surveys, system design, engineering services, follow-up monitoring and system maintenance. The MAXMAG Magnesium Anode Is manufactured to meet ASTM

Contact: Allen Vivian, Regional Manager John Meunier and USFilter supply state-of-the-art technologies and services from one end of the treat ment process to the other - literally from the Intake pipe to the discharge or recycle point. Manufactur ers of equipment for the water and wastewater In dustry. Complete line of water and wastewater equipment and services, solids handling and treat ment systems, odour control, CSC equipment, mu nicipal and Industrial applications. Representing: US Filter, Envlrex, Davco,ZImpro, Envlroqulp, WTC, RJ Environmental, CPC, EMU, Aerator, Link Belt, General Filter, Davis Process, JWI Products,

Standard B843-93, Grade MIC, I.C.C.C. silver sol

Memcor, Control Systems.

ders the customer specified, copper lead wire to the magnesium anode core, encapsulates the connec tion with coal tar, and packages the anode In card

JNE CHEMICALS

board tubes with backfill material to meet customer

specifications.

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176 Shaw Street, Hamilton, CN L8L3P7

(905)529-5122 Fax:(905)529-1974 Contact: Dan Chung, VP, Technology 61


Suppliers J.V. MANUFACTURING CO. INC.SPILFYTER®

963 Ashwaubenon St., Green Bay, Wl 54304 USA (920)337-4944 Fax:(920)337-6282 Contact: Jaclyn Graf, Sales and Marketing Director

MAGNA-TEK

MEDO U.S.A., INC.

1327 Greenwood Cr., Oakviiie, ON L6J 6V3

4525Turnberry Drive, Hanover Park, iL60103 USA (630)924-8811 Fax:(630)924-0808 Contact: Dan Demetzensky, Sales/Marketing

Tei/Fax: (905)829-1174 Contact: Paui Meddick, Generai Manager

MEGTEC SYSTEMS

830 Prosper Road,

JWC ENVIRONMENTAL

290 Paularino Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626 USA

(949)833-3888,(800)331-2277 Fax:(949)833-8858 Contact: Fritz Egger, Marketing Manager KEE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

9 - 219 Connie Crescent, Concord, ON L4K 1L4

(905)669-1494 Fax:(905)669-4347 KENTAIN PRODUCTS LTD.

55 Howard Piace, Kitchener, ON N2K 2Z4

(519)576-0994 Fax:(519)576-0919 Contact: Gien Lippert, President KING METAL FABRICATORS LTD.

219 \Afaverley Road, Dartmouth, NS B2X 2C3 (902)434-7110 Fax:(902)434-9478 Contact: Don Myers, President

De Pere, Wl 54115 USA MAKE-WAY PLASTICS LTD.

110 Wellington Street, Exeter, ON NOM 1S2 (800)894-4430,(519)235-3606 Fax:(519)235-0191 E-maii: bknip@quadro.net Web site: www.makewaypiastics.com Contact: Bert Knip Wastewater treatment systems - residential and commercial. We can treat raw domestic sewage from 1,500 litres per day to 2,500,000 litres per day. We have phosphate and nitrate reduction capabili ties and use various disposal techniques including direct discharge.

MAKLOC BUILDINGS INC. SALES 8, ENGINEERING LIMITED

706 - 17th Avenue, Nisku, AB TOE 7T1 KSB PUMPS INC.

(780)955-2951 Fax:(780)955-7721

65 Queen St. W., #405, P.O. Box 83, Toronto, ON M5H 2M5 (416)868-9049 Fax:(416)868-9406 Contact: Majid Hadavi, Manager, Env. Division V E N T E £

I N I Q U E S

-LABCOR- TECHNICAL

(920)339-2787 Fax:(920)339-2793 MEGTEC E-maii: info@megtec.com Web site: www.megtec.com Contact: Mary Van Vonderen, Marketing Specialist MEGTEC Systems is a leading supplier of air pollu tion control equipment worldwide. Products include catalytic, thermal regenerative, and thermal recu perative oxidizers. MEGTEC has over 2,000 oxidizer installations worldwide. The company also of fers engineering services, packages including en ergy management solutions, equipment rebuilds, and heat exchanger replacements.

SALES

LABCOR INC.

7565 MB Jodoin, Anjou, QC HI J 2H9 (514)355-6100 Fax:(514)355-7119

E-maii: saies@makioc.com

METCON SALES AND ENGINEERING

Web site: www.makioc.com

LIMITED

Contact: Sherri Maksymic For over 30 years, MakLoc Buildings has been manufacturing specialty steel buildings. Our ChemLoc building is specifically intended for the safe stor age of hazardous materials. Three standard sizes or a custom design. Optional features range from explosion-proof lighting, hydro-tested containment sumps, hoisting equipment to interior partitions.

15 Connie Crescent, Unit 3, Concord, ON L4K 1L3 (905)738-2355 Fax:(905)738-5520

E-mail: labcorinfo@iabcor.com Web site: www.iabcor.com

MANDEL SCIENTIFIC CO. LTD.

#10 - 55 Administration Rd., Concord, ON L4K4G9

2 Admiral Piace, Gueiph, ON NIG 4N4 (519)763-2145,(800)265-8356 Fax:(519)763-2005 Contact: Cindy Pigeau, Marketing Coordinator

Contact: Mark Veiiieux, Marketing Representative Labcor is the authorized Canadian distributor of

Cole-Parmer instruments, Masterfiex and Consort

products. We offer instruments used by the envi ronment and engineering industry forfield sampling, testing and analysis. We also have a metrology laboratory providing NiST-Traceabie services. Caii us at 1-800-363-5900 for your free Coie-Parmer or Labcor catalogue. LABTRONICS INC.

546 Governors Road, Guelph, ON NIK 1E3 (519)767-1061 Fax:(519)836-4431 Contact: Steve Boiton, Marketing Manager LAMBOURNE ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

4840 A - 49th Avenue, Box 119, Eckviiie, AB

TOM 0X0 (403)746-2262 Fax:(403)746-3445 Contact: Russ Ayers-Berry LAYFIELD PLASTICS (1978) LTD. #3-4451 61st Avenue S.E., Calgary, AB T2C1Z6 (403)236-4187 Fax:(403)279-0649 Contact: Brian Fraser LEVITT-INSTRUMENTS

MARKLAND SPECIALTY ENGINEERING LTD. 48 Shaft Rd., Rexdaie (Toronto), ON M9W 4M2 (416)244-4980 Fax:(416)244-2287 E-maii: markland@siudgecontrols.com Web Site: www.siudgecontrois.com Contact: Reg Tansony, Generai Manager Markiand manufacture a complete line of sludge blan ket level detectors and controllers, including both portable and fixed installation models. Markiand's Suspended Solids Meters use attenuation of ultra sound to measure the concentration in sludges and slurries that are too thick for optical methods. Markiand's Duckbill® style wastewater samplers op erate without mechanical moving parts for improved reliability, low maintenance, and low cost. MARSH-MCBIRNEY INC.

4539 Metropolitan Court, Frederick, MD 21704 USA (301)874-5599 Fax:(301)874-2172 Contact: Marcia Kinley

2872 Bristol Circle, Oakviiie, ON L6H 5T5

(888)453-8488(905)829-3299 Fax:(905)829-2919

MCR55 INCORPORATED

LIEBERT CANADA

1470 Espher-Biondin, Office 200, Cap-Rouge, QC G1Y 3N7 (418)650-9154 Fax:(418)650-6604

1344 Fewster Drive, Mississauga, ON L4W 1A4 (905)238-9448 Fax:(905)238-9447 Contact: Thomas Cieiand, Sales & App. Specialist

Contact: Alain Gendreau

E-maii: metcon@ican.net

Contacts: Ahron Nahmias, Pres., David Tidy, Sales Chlorination systems, chlorine dioxide generators, ammoniators, ozone generators, flow measuring equipment, metering pumps, analytical instruments, emergency gas scrubbers, odour control, polymer feed systems, C/yptospor/d/um inactivation systems, particle counters, PC pumps, UV systems and dry feeders. MILLENNIUM CONTROL COMPANY

P.O. Box 86034, RPO, Upper Oakviiie, Oakviiie, ON L6H 5V6 (905)849-0794 Fax:(905)467-9290 Contact: Allan Hakaia, Operations Manager MILLTRONICS, LTD.

1954 Technology Drive, Peterborough, ON K9J 7B1 (705)745-2431 Fax:(705)741-0466 Contact: Doug Wilson, Sales Manager MlOX CORPORATION

5500 Midway Park Pi., N.E., Albuquerque, NM 87109 USA (505)343-0090 Fax:(505)343-0093 Contact: Katie Boiek, Marketing Manager 1

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MIXING SYSTEMS, INC. 7058 Corporate Way, Dayton, OH 45459 USA (937)435-7227 Fax:(937)435-9200 E-maii: mixing@mixing.com Web site: www.mixing.com Contact: Prakash Bathija, President Jet aeration, jet mixing, SBR systems manufactured by Mixing Systems, Inc. Mixing and oxygen trans fer independently controlled. Energy efficient, low maintenance. No in-basin moving parts. Liquid depths from 15 to 60 ft. M.J. INTERNATIONAL, INC.

6478 Yonge St., P.O. Box 37040, North York, ON M2M 4J8 (905)731-8104 Fax:(905)731-8231

LORADAY ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS

9 Charles Court, Barrie, ON L4N 6S8 (705)733-3342 Fax:(705)733-3352

M.LeBlanc & Associates

Contact: Peter Lorimer, President MCTIGHE INDUSTRIES

LUBRICATION ENGINEERS OF CANADA LTD.

Manufacturer's Representatives

Contact: Barbara Smith, Executive Assistant

A Division of Billion International Group 3405 8. Westport, Sioux Fails, SD 57106 USA (888)776-0581,(605)362-3407 Fax:(605)362-3494 Contact: Jeremy Morrison, Engineering Sales Mgr.

(416)223-7391 Fax:(416)223-5775

MADVAC INC.

MEC SYSTEMS INC.

E-maii: mieblanc@on.aibn.com Contact: Maurice L. LeBlanc

677 Giffard St., Longueuil, PO J4G 1Y3 (450)670-0200 Fax:(450)670-0299

8409 Lockheed Piace, Chiliiwack, BC V2P 8A7 (604)792-7779 Fax:(604)792-7072 Contact: Darryi Kiassen, Sales Manager

Municipal and industrial water and wastewater treat ment equipment and systems, ciarifiers, filters, screens, screenings washers and compactors.

2200 Bristol Circle, Oakviiie, ON L6H 5R3

(905)829-3833 Fax:(905)829-2630

Contact: Andre Poiimuelier, Marketing Manager 62

M. LEBLANC & ASSOCIATES

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

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Suppliers sludge screen/compactor, shaftiess screw convey ors and devices, floating biological contactors, and oil/water separators. Representing: Parkson Cor

458 Harrop Drive, Milton, ON L9T 3H2 (905)878-1344 Fax:(905)878-7590

poration, DSS Environmental Inc., American Buik

Contact: Ken Strlngen, President

Conveying inc.. Mercer Internatlonai, J. Mark Sys tems Inc. and FBC Tectinoiogies inc.

NEW PIG CORPORATION

MODUTANK INC.

41-04 35tti Avenue, Long isiandCity, NY 11101 USA (800)245-6964,(718)392-1112 Fax:(718)786-1008 Contact: Reed Marguils, President MONSANTO ENVIRO-CHEM SYSTEMS

14522 Soutti Outer Forty, P.O. Box 14547, St. Louis, MO 63017 USA (314)275-5907 Fax:(314)275-5967 Contact: Barb Koskolos, Marketing

NEW MECHANICAL LTD.

OMEGA Pumping Solutions

One Pork Avenue, Tipton, PA 16684 USA (814)686-2230 Fax:(814)684-0608

Contact: Melissa Woite, F^ublic Relations Manager NIJHUIS WATER TECHNOLOGY INC.

588 Edward Ave., #42, Richmond Hili, ON L4C 9Y6 (905)787-9292 Fax:(905)787-9595

Contact: Richard Landine, Manager NOCHAR CANADA INC.

4950 Yonge Street, #500, Toronto, ON M2N 6K1 MOUNTAIN VALLEY GEOPHYSICS CORP.

(416)218-5545 Fax:(416)218-0702

245 Dixon Road, #519, Toronto, ON M9P 2M4 (416)249-6664 Fax:(416)249-6965 Contact: Michael Vumbaca, President

Contact: Howard Sher, President

OMEGA PUMPING SOLUTIONS Div. of 598056 Ontario Inc.

6722 Camiachle Road, P.O. Box 70, Camlachie, ON NON 1E0 (519)899-2530 Fax:(519)899-2531 E-mail: jettmayocebtech.net Web site: www.sarnla.com/omega Pumping and water treatment solutions tor the mu nicipal market. Main principals are Fairbanks-Morse pumps, Miox disinfection, PCI-MS membranes, and IWT Technologies UV disinfection. ONTARIO CLEAN WATER AGENCY

1 Yonge Street, Suite 1700, Toronto, ON M5E 1E5 (416)314-5600 Fax:(416)314-8300 ONTOR LIMITED

12 Leswyn Road, Toronto, ON M6A 1K3 (416)781-5286 Fax:(416)781-7680 Contact: Cameo Gill, Marketing Coordinator

MOYNO INC.

1895 W. Jefferson St., Springfield, OH 45501 USA 877-4UMOYNO Fax:(937)327-3177 Contact: Lee Bellow, Director, Sales and Marketing

NORTECH GSI INC.

P.O. Box 1001, Stn. Main, Milton, ON LOT 4B6

1131 Derry Road E., Mississauga, ON L5T 1P3 (905)564-4700 Fax:(905)564-6776 E-mail: nortech@nortechgsi.com Web site: www.nortechgsi.com Contact: Gil Cossette, Vice President, Saies Nortech GSI is a leading Canadian distributor of in strumentation and systems tor air and water quality monitoring and tor poliuted solis cleanup. Water related equipment includes portable and fixed sam plers and tlowmeters from iSCO, multlparameter

Contact: Doug Wiliey, Marketing Manager

sondes from YSi, a wide selection of on-line ana

MSU MISSISSAUGA LTD. 2222 South Sheridan Way, Mississauga, ON L5J 2M4 (905)823-4340 Fax:(905)823-4947 Contact: Virginia Weber, President

MUELLER CANADA INC.

MUNRO CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD.

RR #2, Station Main, Barrle, ON L4M 4S4 NAPIER-REID LTD.

lOAiden Rd., Unit 2, Markham, ON L3R 2S1

lyzers and process Instruments. Portable and fixed gas detection systems from Crowcon, ambient air analyzers from API and dust monitors from Grimm are available. Soil depoilution equipment ottered includes pneumatic and electrical remediation pumps,oil/water separators, air strippers and more.

(800)615-4406,(905)475-1545 Fax:(905)475-2021 Contact: Tarmo Sepp

NORTH AMERICAN GREEN

NASCO CANADA

14649 Highway 41 North, Evansvllie, IN 47725 USA (800)772-2040 Fax:(812)867-0247

170 Arnold St., P.O. Box 1169, New Hamburg, ON NOB 2G0 (519)662-2540 Fax:(519)662-3330 Contact: Sebastian Siebel-Achenbach, General Mgr.

National

Contact: Pete Hanrahan, Marketing Manager NORTHERN STEEL INDUSTRIES

P.O. Box 1718, Tisdale, SK SOE 1T0 (888)674-8265 Fax:(306)873-2252 Contact: Darcy SImoneau

l3!LSia3235I2n^Iia

NOMMTECH'

NATIONAL PROCESS EQUIPMENT

Contact: Ed Yanoshita, Municipal Sales Manager Pumps and complete pump system packages. Pumps tor water, sewage, sludge, corrosive chemi cals and metering, 20,000 tt.^. Sales and full serv ice facility in Brampton. Distributors tor Milton Roy, Aurora, Hydromatic, Layne/Vertlilne, Tarby, Anslmag, Biackmer. NDM RADIAN

1610 - 734 7th Avenue S.W., Calgary, AB T2P 3P8 (403)777-1030 Fax:(403)777-4150 Contact: Margaret Hoiden-Scott, Bus. Development

P.O. Box 1167, Youngsvlile, LA 70592 USA (337)856-6652 Fax:(337)856-6332 Contact: Jenny Guidry, Director, Admin./Marketing

q^ONIA OZONIA NORTH AMERICA, INC. P.O. Box 455, 491 Edward H. Ross Dr., Elmwood Park, NJ 07407 USA

(201)794-3100 Fax:(201)794-3358 Contact: Gaspar Lesznik, Sales Manager

Ozonia North America designs and manufactures ozone generating systems tor potable water treat ment, wastewater disinfection, and chemical appli

cations. Ozone generators from 0.5 lb. per day to 4,200 lbs. per day. Complete pilot plant and turn key services. Ozone from air or high concentration from oxygen.

PALLj Water Processing PALL CORPORATION

2200 Northern Blvd., East Hills, NY 11548 USA

Process Equipment 109 Wilkinson Road, Brampton, ON L6T 4X1 (905)453-2639 Fax:(905)453-9391 E-mali: yanoshitae@natpro.com Web site: www.natpro.com

OWENS MFG. & SPECIALTY COMPANY

NOVATECH CONTROLS, INC. 180 Wilkinson Road,#18, Brampton, ON L6T 4W8 (905)453-7224 Fax:(905)453-2464 E-mali: lnto@novatech.ca Web site: www.novatech.ca

Contact: Matt Weiland, Regional Director Analytical instrumentation tor process, ambient and environmental applications. Exclusive distributors tor such manufacturers as: SERVOMEX, ECD, TYTRONiCS, SCOTT/BACHARACH, NAMETRE, MONITEK, BALDWIN, ONiX (SARASOTA), SENSORTECH,MOLECULAR ANALYTICS,All and KAHN. Oursystems integration division builds turn key analyzer projects and shelters.

NEMATO COMPOSITES INC.

OETIKER LIMITED

1605 McEwen Drive, Whitby, ON LIN 7L4 (905)571-5305 Fax:(905)571-3935 Contact: Rein Aaslepp, Mgr., Customer Services

203 Dufferin Street South, Aiiiston, ON L9R 1W7 (705)435-4394 Fax:(705)435-3155

NEO VALVES

OIL SKIMMERS, INC. P.O. Box 33092, 12800 York Road, Cleveland, OH 44133 USA (800)200-4603 Fax:(440)582-2759 Contact: Bill Townsend, President

Contact: Nancy Woegerer, Marketing Rep.

(516)484-5400 Fax:(516)484-3696 Web site: www.pail.com, or type: thetutureotwater Contact: Tom WIngtleld, VP, Water Processing Pali Water Processing, a division of Paii Corpora tion, designs and manufactures Innovative water filtration and separation products and systems. Our systems treat municipal drinking water and Indus trial wastewater. Our products are also widely used in laboratories and In water-sensitive manufactur

ing. Pail's collective expertise In membrane tech nology otters municipal and Industrial water users their best solution to meet present and future water requirements at the lowest cost of ownership.

>IPARKSON CORPORATION PARKSON CORPORATION

9050 Ryan Avenue, Dorvai, QC H9P 2M8 (514)636-8712 Fax:(514)636-9718 E-mail: parksoncanada@compuserve.com Web site: www.parkson.com Contact: Jean R. Grenier, Regional Manager Manufactures water and wastewater treatment

430 Nortinch Drive, Downsview, ON M3N 1Y4

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

OMEGA

119 Pickering Way, Exton, PA 19341-1393 USA (610)363-8010 Fax:(610)363-0971 Contact: Kelly M. Rismlller, Communications Mgr.

976 Bergar Street, Laval, OC H7L 5A1 (514)856-6928 Fax:(514)856-6886 Contact: Gordon Tuck, Application Engineer

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equipment tor municipal or industrial needs. Includ ing the Aqua Guard® screen (self-cleaning bar/filter screen), Blolac® system (tine-bubble aeration),

DynaSand® filter(continuous backwash sand filter). Lamella® gravity settler(compact inclined plate settier), RotoPress® screenings compactor (screw type), StralnPress® sludge cleaner (continuous screen/compactor), Wyss® Fiex-A-Tube® diftuser (tine-bubbie dittusers). 63


Suppliers PLASTI-FAB, INC. P.O. Box too, 9665 S.W. Tualatin-Sherwood Rd. Tualatin, OR 97062 USA (503)692-5460 Fax:(503)692-1145 Contact: Alan Beiyea, Marketing

TECHNOLOGIES INC.

A Subsidiary of The Gorman-Rupp Co.

PNEU-TECH SYSTEMS LIMITED

PROSPEC TECHNOLOGIES INC.

P.O. Box 790, Toccoa, GA 30577 USA (706)886-2101 Fax:(706)886-0023 Contact: Brian Henry, Marketing/Technicai Services

80 Norwich Ave., Unit #7, Woodstock, ON N4S 8Y6 (519)537-7199 Fax:(519)537-2994 Contact; Jake Pedrosa, Engineering Saies

3235 Wharton Way, Mississauga, ON L4X 2B6 (905)629-3100 Fax:(905)629-3500 E-mail: info@prospectech.com Web site: www.prospectech.com Contact: Mark Lemieux, Saies Representative Dave Meioche, Neil Flanagan An extensive line of horizontal, vertical and submers ible centrifugal and positive displacement pumps including vertical turbine pumps, axial flow pumps and mechanical diaphragm pumps. An extensive line of blowers and liquid ring compressors, and vacuum pumps. Through our affiliation with our prin cipals, we service ail types of pumping equipment. Representing: ITT industries-Goulds Pumps, KSB Pumps inc., ABEL, A-C Pump, Marlow, Siemens.

PAQUES ADI INC.

182 Main Street, Unit #6, Salem, NH 03079 USA (603)893-2134 Fax:(603)898-3991 Contact: A! Cocci, President PATTERSON

PCB CONTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY INC.

POL-E-MAR INC.

101 Hoiiday inn Dr., #E, Cambridge, ON N3C 1Z3 (519)651-3004 Fax:(519)651-1015 Contact: Martin Hassenbach, Saies Manager

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

PCB DISPOSAL INC.

POSITIVE SOLUTIONS

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

P.O. Box 235, RR#2, Cameron, ON KOM 1G0 (705)359-1837 Fax:(705)359-1836 Contact: Ciive Berry

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PEACOCK INC.

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PRAXAIR CANADA INC.

Contact: Jean Queich

1 City Centre Dr., #1200, Mississauga, ON L5B 1M2

PENCON EQUIPMENT COMPANY 109 Thomas St., 2nd floor, Oakvilie, ON L6J 3A7 (905)845-1727 Fax:(905)845-1792 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 iandfiil gas recovery, co-gen eration, recircuiation and boosting of digestor gas. PERKINELMER INSTRUMENTS

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TECHNOLOGIES INC.

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(905)803-1600 Fax:(905)803-1696 E-maii: info@praxair. com Web site: www.praxair.com Contact: Robert Douglas, Mktg. 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

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PROVIRO INSTRUMENTATION INC.

4480 Cote de Liesse, #110, Mount Royal, QC H4N 2R1 (514)737-7724 Fax:(514)737-2751 Contact: Chris Castraveili, President

PREMIER CORROSION PROTECTION

735 Weller Court, Oakvilie, ON L6K 389

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(905)338-8835 Fax:(905)338-7791 Contact: Lucien Pinet, President PRESTO PRODUCTS COMPANY

P.O. Box 2399,670 N. Perkins Street, Appieton, Wi

Contact: Mr. Gale Paulson, President

54912-2399 USA

PS international. Inc. provides coalescing plate oil/ water separators for the removal of petroleum hy drocarbons from wastewater. Separators can be provided with a final polishing polypropylene coalescer for removal of oil particles down to 20 microns in size. Separators are of rectangular or cylindrical construction and single or double wail.

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588 Edward Ave.,#41, Richmond Hill,

(905)787-8700 Fax:(905)787-8989 E-mail: gcoate@idireot.ca Contact: Geoff Coate, Vice President

Mechanical bar, fine and rotary screens, grit removal, screenings and grit conveyors, circular and rectangular clarifiers, RBCs, aeration equipment, digester equipment, sludge dewatering, sludge cake storage and con veying, UV disinfection, membrane systems for

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Contact: Todd Frankiand, President

SERVICES INC.

ON L4C 9Y6

PILOT PERFORMANCE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT INC.

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PHILIP ANALYTICAL SERVICES INC.

5555 North Service Road, Burlington, ON L7L 5H7 (905)332-8788,(800)668-0639 Fax:(905)332-9169 Contact: Barry Loescher, Vice President

PROVINCIAL PARTITIONS INC.

water and wastewater treatment.

PUMPEX, INC. 49 Molasses Hill Rd., Lebanon, NJ 08833 USA (908)730-7004 Fax:(908)730-7580 Contact: Robert Montenegro, President PUMPS & SYSTEMS

1125 Russell Street, Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5M6 (888)690-2203,(807)622-3767 Fax:(807)622-3804 Contact: Bill Hotkey

PIZER INCORPORATED

PROECO CORPORATION

4422 Meridian Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98103 USA

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

(206)634-2808 Contact: Cindy Peyser, Business Manager

PURIFICS ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

(800)661-5792,(780)440-1825 Fax:(780)440-2428 Contact: Gerry Gerke, VP, Bus. Develop. & Mktg.

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1941 Mallard Road, London, ON N6H 5M1

P.J. HANNAH EQUIPMENT SALES CORP.

PRO-FORM INSURANCE SERVICES INC.

100 Strada Drive, Unit 2, Woodbridge, ON L4L 5V7 (800)353-3087,(905)850-7234 Fax:(905)850-4634 Contact: Gary Black, Technical Saies Rep.

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PLASTICAIR INC.

1275 Crestiawn Drive, Mississauga, ON L4W 1A9 (905)625-9164 Fax:(905)625-0147 Contact: Paul Sixsmith, President

PLASTICS PIPE INSTITUTE, INC. 1825 Connecticut Ave., N.W.,#680, Washington, DC 20009 USA (202)462-9607 Fax:(202)462-9779 Contact: Michael Bail, Marketing Coordinator PLASTI DRAIN

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Contact: Peter Matson, President

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

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P.O. Box 1029, 650 Rupert Street, Waterloo, ON N2J4S1 (800)663-2803,(519)746-4542 Fax:(519)746-4906 Contact: Kathy Roberts, Administrative Assistant

SANITHERM ENGINEERING LIMITED

RUDI KOVACKO & ASSOCIATES INC. RAL ENGINEERING LTD.

482 Queen St., Newmarket, ON L3Y 2H4 (905)853-0626 Fax:(905)853-8807 E-mail: rai@raleng.com Web site: www.raieng.com Contact: Bob LeCraw, President

Speciaiizing in water treatment solutions for small systems, the firm has developed and is marketing ttie MS Fiiter. This pre-fabricated, multi-stage unit is based on the slow sand filtration process. With pre-ozonatlon and post chiorination, this process provides a triple barrier to pathogens and removes colour, taste and odour.

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RED VALVE COMPANY

27164 - 33rd Avenue, Aidergrove, 80 V4W 3H6 (604)857-8881 Fax:(604)857-8921

Contact: William Fairhail, Regional Manager

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Contact: Rebekah Gormlsh, Sales & Marketing Mgr.

SANITHERM ENGINEERING LTD.

431 Mountain Hwy., Suite 4, North Vancouver, BC V7J 2L1 (604)986-9168 Fax:(604)986-5377 E-mail: saneng@sanitherm.com Web site: www.sanitherm.com

Contact: Richard Smyth, Partner Sanltherm has a woridwide reputation for quaiity equipment and service over 55 years. With pack age plants In South Korea, Indonesia, Russia, Peru and throughout North America, we design, build. Install and are operating plants In BC, the North west Territories and troubieshooting In Kazakhstan. We represent over 20 premier manufacturers from

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(806)883-7621 Fax:(806)883-6804

REHAU INCORPORATED

Contact: Michael Hill, Sales

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SCARBOROUGH SUPPLY

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4060B Siadevlew Crescent, #2, Misslssauga, ON L5L5Y5 (905)608-0111,(800)465-3898 Fax:(905)608-0091 E-mail: lnfo@safetyexpress.com Web site: www.safetyexpress.com Contact: Richard Maxwell, VP, Sales RESPONSE ASHTEAD TECHNOLOGY

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Contact: Heather M. Collins, Advertising Manager SAFETYSCOPE INC.

47 Charleston Road, Etoblcoke, ON M9B 4M8

(416)231-3752 Eax:(416)231-2811 Contact: Tim Morrison, President

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SAFETY STORAGE, INC.

(800)842-7771 Fax:(561)848-9454 Contact: Andrew Hyatt, VP, Technical Service

2301 Bert Drive, Hollister, CA 95023 USA

(831)637-5955 Fax:(831)637-7405 Contact: Debra Adams, Marketing Director

RMI ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTRUMENTS

9409 - 27th Ave., Edmonton, AB TON 1C9

SAFE WATER SOLUTIONS L.L.C.

(780)496-7754 Fax:(780)438-9093 Contact: Mike Stiles

9333 N. 49th Street, Brown Deer, Wl 53223 USA (414)365-2377 Fax:(414)365-2210 Contact: Chuck Reading

ROTORK CONTROLS (CANADA) LTD. #9, 820 - 28th Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2A 6K1 (403)569-9455 Fax:(403)569-9455

SAIC CANADA

SEEPEX, INC. 169 Dufferin St. South, #25, Alliston, ON L9R 1E6 (705)434-0611 Fax:(705)434-0620 E-mail: seepex@lx.netcom.com Web site: www.seepex.com Contact: G. Balcerczyk, Sales Manager Progressive Cavity Pumps: Group N for sludge and slurries; Group T for dewatered sludge; Group D for metering hypochlorlte, ferric chloride or polymer. MAP peristaltic pumps; Seerator sludge condition ers and grinders; Vertical pumps. Add CaO to pro duce class "A" or "B" biosollds. Seepex supplies complete solutions with controis. SEI INDUSTRIES LTD.

ROYAL PIPE SYSTEMS

131 Regalcrest Court, Woodbrldge, ON L4L 8P3 (905)856-7550,(800)263-2353 Fax:(905)850-1761 Contact: Walter MilanI, Engineering

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3600 Delson Drive, Navan, ON K4B 1K5 SANDALE UTILITY PRODUCTS INC.

66 Adams Blvd., Brantford, ON N3S 7V2

(800)461-2837 Eax:(613)835-9956 Contact: Bob Ethier, Representative

(519)754-1366 Fax:(519)754-4576 ROY & SONS DREDGING SERVICES

1316 Rupert Street, Regina, SK S4N 1V7 (306)522-3203 Fax:(306)757-1537 Contact: Roy Klock, President and CEO

SERVICE FILTRATION OF CANADA SANEXEN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

579 Rue Le Breton, Longueuil, 00 J4G 1R9 (450)646-7878 Fax:(450)646-5127

4141 Siadevlew Ores., Misslssauga, ON N1H 6J2 (905)820-4700 Eax:(905)820-4015 Contact: Ron Pritchard, Sales Manager

Contact: Robert Hills RPR ENVIRONMENTAL

164-166 South Service Road, Stoney Creek, ON L8E3H6 (800)667-5217,(905)662-0062 Fax:(905)662-3828 Contact: Patrick Whitty, General Manager

SGS INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION SANITAIRE

SERVICES

9333 N. 49th Street, Brown Deer, Wl 53223 USA

300 - 5925 Airport Road, Misslssauga, ON L4V1 Wl (905)676-9595 Eax:(905)676-9519 Contact: Veryl Horsley

(414)365-2200 Fax:(414)365-2210 Contact: Laurie Besch, Marketing Comm. Coord.

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Suppliers Vancouver Office:

SEW EURODRIVE SEW-EURODRIVE COMPANY OF CANADA LTD.

210 Walker Drive, Bramaiea, ON L6T 3W1

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Contact: Graham Simpson, Marketing SEW servo-drive technology for variable speed ap plications with gearing options from one source. Gearmotors, brakemotors, shaft mounts, gear re ducers, variable mechanical and eiectronicaiiy AC inverters and controls. 24-hour customer service.

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(604)685-1904 Fax:(888)251-7445 Contact: Andrew Thompson Sonic Soil Sampling inc. offers a method of drilling boreholes that is versatile and cost-effective. No

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STEPHEN LAMMING ASSOCIATES LTD.

(416)445-6641 Fax:(416)442-2200

3040 New Street, 2nd Fir., Burlington, ON L7N 1M5 (905)681-6215 Fax:(905)632-8330 Contact: Dr. Stephen Lamming, President

SOUTHWELL CONTROLS LTD.

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

ST.LAWRENCE

(604)980-3688 Fax:(604)980-6578 Contact: Fiai Leitz, Sales Manager

k CEMENT

SPAANS BABCOCK

588 Edward Ave.,#43, Richmond Flili, ON L4C 9Y6

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Web site: www.stlawrencecement.com

SPECTRA ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

13081 10th Line North, Stouffviile, ON L4A7X3

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SITE SPECIFIC STRUCTURES

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SJE-RHOMBUS

(913)888-5201 Fax:(913)888-2173 Contact: Darby Ritter, Asst. Mgr., Marketing Comm. Jodel Chen, Director, Corp. Marketing Smith & Loveless Inc. built its reputation on manu facturing dependable water and wastewater treat ment and pumping equipment. We continue to hold that as our primary mission. We also believe in pro viding a complete product line of cost-effective water and wastewater treatment and pumping sys tems for the small- to medium-sized customer.

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STONCOR GROUP

95 Sunray Street, Whitby, ON LI N 9C9 (905)430-3333 Fax:(905)430-3056 Contact: Tim Stover, Group Manager

Stormcepfor®

SPILL MANAGEMENT INC.

14040 Santa Fe Trail Dr., Lenexa, KS 66215 USA

Contact: Allan Koivu, New Product Development

effective cements for concrete solutions.

SPEX CERTIPREP INC.

203 Norcross Avenue, Metuchen, NJ 08840 USA

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SMITH & LOVELESS, INC.

ST. LAWRENCE CEMENT

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SIMA AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEMS

131 Royal Orchard Blvd., Thornhiii, ON L3T 3E1 (905)886-7281 Fax:(905)886-1510 Contact: Louis Di Ciemente, Marketing Manager

STATIFLO INC.

2175 Sheppard Ave., E., #203, North York, ON M2J 1W8 (416)756-2406 Fax:(416)490-6937

SOUTHAM ENVIRONMENT GROUP

SILICYCLE INC.

1200 ave St.-Jean Baptiste, #114, Quebec, QC G2E 5E8 (418)874-0054 Fax:(418)874-0355 Contact: Andre Coutvec, VP, Development

fice, laboratory, training facility and warehouse pro vides sales, service, technical advice and product support tor customers across Canada. Our techni cal staff can assist you in developing the right solu tion for your geomembrane and containment liner joining challenge.

45 Upper Mount Albion Road, Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2R9 (905)578-9666 Fax:(905)578-6644 E-mali: spiilman@on.aibn.com Web site: www.spiliman.ca Contact: Cliff Holland, President Spill Management offers on-slte, site-specific, ailrisk and ail-hazard response training for chemical spills using hands-on training and classroom instruc tion, as well as workshops in emergency response planning, incident command, communications and media relations. Other services include plans for emergency response, communication and media, as well as environmental preparedness, emergency response equipment and supplies assessments. SRS CRISAFULLI, INC. 1610 Crisafuili Drive, P.O. Box 1051, Giendive, MT

STORMCEPTOR CANADA INC.

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

(416)626-0840 Fax:(416)626-8710 E-mali: 1neff@stormceptor.com Web site: www.stormceptor.com Contact: Todd Neff, Director of Engineering Stormceptor is a stormwater quality control device designed to take the place of a conventional man hole in a storm drain system. The patented tech nology intercepts oil and sediment from urban stormwater runoff. The unique feature of the Stormceptor System is an internal high flow by-pass, which en sures that larger flows are diverted away from the treatment chamber and are directed to the down

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(406)365-3393 Fax:(406)365-8088 Contact: Maureen A. Lundman, Manager, Mktg.

SOLENO INC.

304 Cone. 11, RR #5, Building 7, Hagersvilie, ON NOA 1 HO (905)768-7473 Fax:(905)768-7042 Contact: Veso Sobot

STABLEX CANADA INC.

760 Boui Industriei, Blainviiie, QC J7C 3V4

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SUMMA ENGINEERING LIMITED

STAMFORD SCIENTIFIC

6423 Northam Drive, Mississauga, ON L4V 1J2 (905)678-3388 Fax:(905)678-0444

INTERNATIONAL, INC. 303 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 USA (845)454-8171 Fax:(845)454-8094 Contact: Tom Frankel, Project Manager

Web site: www.summaeng.com Contact: G.A.(Redir) Obaji, Sales Manager

SOLINST CANADA LTD.

35 Todd Road, Georgetown, ON L7G 4R8 (800)661-2023,(905)873-2255 Fax:(905)873-1992 Contact: Jason Redwood, Marketing Coordinator SOLTEK SOLAR ENERGY LTD.

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ISTAN MECHI AGENCIES INC.

SONIC i SONIC SOIL SAMPLING (ONTARIO) INC. 668 Miliway Ave., #15 & 16, Concord, ON L4K 3V2 (877)89-SONiC,(905)660-0501 Fax:(905)660-7143 E-maii: sonicss@idirect.com Web site: www.sonicsoil.com

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STAN MECH AGENCIES INC.

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Contact: Paul W. Subject Stan Mech Agencies inc. has been supplying the Canadian environmental and civil engineering in dustry with our Leister line of geomembrane weld ing solutions since 1991. Today, our combined of

SUNTEC ENVIRONMENTAL

106 Rayette Road, Unit #1, Concord, ON L4K 2G3 (905)669-4450 Fax;(905)669-4451 Contact: Doug Reed, Product Sales Manager SYNTEC PROCESS EQUIPMENT LTD.

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THERMO TECH^" TECHNOLOGIES INC.

UNIGLOBE INTERNATIONAL

P.O. Box 839, New Hamburg, ON NOB 2G0 (519)634-5708 Fax:(519)634-5779 Contact: Garry Ruttan, President

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EXHIBITIONS LTD.

T.D. ROOKE ASSOCIATES LIMITED

THORDON BEARINGS INC.

21 Vulcan Street, Etobicoke, ON MOW 1L3

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TORONTO HYDRO ENERGY SERVICES INC.

MANAGEMENT INC.

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242 Galaxy Blvd., Toronto, ON MOW 5R8

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Contact: John G. Fisher, COO

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THEM is a diverse group of industrial hygiene, en gineering, scientific, and technical professionals pro viding a wide range of environmentai/occupational health and safety consulting services to industrial, real estate, banking, commercial, institutional, and government clients. We have four fuii service of

URECON LTD.

1800 Bedard Ave., St-Lazare, QC J7T 2G4

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North and Central America and the Caribbean from

across Canada.

its two manufacturing plants in St. Lazare, Quebec and Calmar, Alberta, and from its three sales of

TANKSAFE INC.

TRANS-CYCLE INDUSTRIES, INC. (TCI)

#208, 3112 - 11th Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 7J1 (403)291-3937 Fax:(403)291-5125 Contact: Vince Downey, Marketing Manager

455 Archer Drive, P.O. Box 518, Kirkiand Lake, ON

P2N 3J5 (705)567-9997 Fax:(705)567-9979 E-mail: canada@tci-pcb.com Web site: www.tci-pcb.com Contact: Peter Demeter,Sales Mgr., Cdn. Operations Worldwide environmentally safe disposal of electri cal equipment including: Transformers, ballasts, ca pacitors and all PCB containing wastes. Full field and transportation services.

fices in Mississauga, Ontario, St. John's, Newfound land, and Melbourne, Florida. Urecon is an ISO 9001:1994 certified manufacturer. USABLUEBOOK

P.O. Box 1186, Northbrook, IL 60065 USA

(847)291-7032 Fax:(847)272-8914 Contact: Michael Graham, Chairman USFILTER/JET TECH PRODUCTS

1051 Blake, Edwardsville, KS 66111 USA TEAM-1 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

TRANS ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.

1650 Upper Ottawa St., Hamilton, ON L8W 3P2 (905)383-5550 Fax:(905)574-0492

(440)871-3214 Fax:(440)871-3414

E-mail: mitch@team-1.com

Contact: Laura Steele, VP & GM

Box 40163, Cleveland, OH 44140 USA

USFILTER/JOHN MEUNIER

Web site: www.team-1.com

Contact: Mitchell Gibbs

HazMat response to all spills. Numerous equipped and manned stations in Ontario. Largest spill re sponse company. North America wide (network). Only company totally committed to rapid response and proper mitigation. All classes of dangerous goods. Most extensive training program in Ontario for HazMat or fire feams. Owner and operator of The Emergency Services Training Academy. Part nerships with major fire departments. Responds to police, fire and industry. TERRAFIX® GEOSYNTHETICS INC.

178 Bethridge Road, Toronto, ON M9W 1N3 (416)674-0363 Fax:(416)674-1159 Contact: Bruno Herlin, Sales Engineer

(913)422-7600 Fax:(913)422-7667 Contact: Shirley Reynolds, Marketing Coordinator

TRENCHLESS DESIGN ENGINEERING LTD.

250 Royal Crest Court, Markham, ON L3R 381

43 James St., Etobicoke, ON M8W 1L2

Tel/Fax:(705)329-4502

(416)503-1241 Fax:(416)503-1540 Contact: Ian Doherty, President

Contact: Allen Vivian, Regional Manager See John Meunier/USFIIter for complete listing

TRI-Y ENTERPRISES LTD.

USFILTER/RJ ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS

228-1820 Renfrew St., Vancouver, BC V5M 3H9

13100 Gregg Street, #B, Poway, CA 92064 USA (858)486-8500 Fax:(858)486-8501

(604)215-1762 Fax:(604)215-1761 Contact: Joe R. Zhao, Engineer

Contact: Lori Adeiman, Sales Coordinator

TROJAN TECHNOLOGIES INC.

USFILTER/WALLACE & TIERNAN

3020 Gore Road, London, ON N5V 4T7

250 Royal Crest Court, Markham, ON L3R 381 Contact: George Matsugu

(519)457-3400 Fax:(519)457-3030 Contaot: Martha Nelson, Marketing Support Mgr.

USFILTER/WTC PRODUCTS

500 Cardigan Road, Shoreview, MN 55126 USA (651)483-0900 Fax:(651)481-1220

441 Main Street, P.O. Box 36, Sturbridge, MA01566 USA (508)347-7344 Fax:(508)347-7049 Contact: William Scully, Municipal Marketing Mgr.

Contact: Roman Biiak, President

T.T. TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 2020 E. New York Street, Aurora, IL 60504 USA

58 Garnock Avenue, Toronto, ON M4K 1M2

TERRA NOVA INDUSTRIES

(630)851-8200 Fax:(630)851-8299 Contact: Brian Mattson, National Sales Manager

TERRALOG TECHNOLOGIES INC.

#300 - 1131 Kensington Rd., NW, Calgary, AB T2N 3P4 (403)216-4730 Fax:(403)216-4739

4115 - 72 Avenue, SE, Calgary, AB T2C 2G5 (403)236-0800 Fax:(403)236-0803 Contact: Eli Negraeff, Sales/Marketing THE BIRKS COMPANY

2132 - Fifteen Side Road, Moffat, ON LOP 1J0

(905)854-9875 Fax:(905)854-0180 Contact: Michael Birks

THE ENGINEERING LINK

51 Chieftain Crescent, Barrie, ON L4N 4L4

TSI INCORPORATED

UTILITY SERVICE ASSOCIATES

(416)466-3144,(888)442-5008 Fax:(416)466-3807 Contact: Ken J. Brown

TURBORATOR TECHNOLOGY INC.

UV SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY INC.

111-1140 Strathaven Dr., North Vancouver, BC

#202-11 Burbidge Street, Coquitlam, BC V3K 7B2 (604)468-6200 Fax:(604)608-3268 Contact: Peter Z. Coiak,'VP, Sales & Marketing

V7H 2Z6 Tel/Fax:(604)929-7501 Contact: Dr. Claudio Guarnascheili TYTRONICS

VANDERBEKEN ENTERPRISES LTD.

25 Wiggins Avenue, Bedford, MA 01730 USA (781)275-9660 Fax:(781)275-9665 Contact: Fred Meyer, Marketing Manager

15525 Cliff Avenue, Whiterock, BC V4B 1V8

(604)535-2238 Fax:(604)535-2283 Contact: Marc Vanderbeken, President

THE SULFA TREAT COMPANY

ULTRAFLOTE CORPORATION

VANPORT STERILIZERS INC.

17998 Chesterfield Airport Rd., Chesterfield, MO 63005 USA (636)532-2189 Fax:(636)532-2764

8558 Katy Freeway,#100, Houston,TX 77024 USA (713)461-2100 Fax:(713)461-2213 Contact: Richard J. Nevers, Int'l. Account Manager

1032 Delestre Avenue, Coquitlam, BC V3K 2H2 (604)936-3705 Fax:(604)936-4194

Contact: June Weibie, Assistant to VP

Contact: Richard G. Tennant, President

THERMO-KINETICS COMPANY LIMITED

ULTRATECH INTERNATIONAL, INC.

VANTON PUMP & EQUIPMENT CORP.

6740 invader Crescent, Mississauga, ON L5T 2B6 (800)268-0967,(905)670-2266 Fax:(905)670-8530

9454-9 Phillips Hwy., Jacksonville, FL 32256 USA (800)353-1611,(904)292-1611 Fax:(904)292-1325 Contact: J. Tad Heyman, VP, Sales & Marketing

201 Sweetland Ave., Hillside, NJ 07205-1793 USA

Contact: Jeff Deiio, Vice President

Enviroiinieiilal Science & Enttineering, January 2001

(908)688-4216 Fax:(908)686-9314 Contact: Larry Lewis, Sales Manager 67


Suppliers VAUGHAN COMPANY

364 Monte Elma Road, Montesano, WA 98563 USA

Waterloo Biofiiter Systems Inc.

(360)249-4042 Fax:(360)249-6155 VEEDER-ROOT COMPANY

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

Simsbury, CT 06070-7684 USA (860)651-2700 Fax:(860)651-2719 Contact: Sofia A. Samuels, Mrktg. Comm. Mgr. VERSATECH PRODUCTS INC.

11951 Forge Place, RIctimond, BC V7A4V9 (604)271-7500 Fax:(604)271-7501 Contact: Rod Asher, Sales Representative

vastewater treatment

WATERLOO BIOFILTER SYSTEMS INC.

143 Dennis Street, Rockwood, ON NOB 2K0 (519)856-0757 Fax:(519)856-0759 E-mail: cralg@waterloo-blofllter.com Web site: www.waterloo-blofllter.com

Contact: Cralg Jowett, President The Waterloo Blofiltet® is a free-draining, absorb ent trickling filter designed for efficient treatment of residential/communal sewage wastewaters, and landfill leachate. The patented, light-weight, syn thetic filter medium optimizes physical properties for microblal attachment and water retention. Impor tant features Include long-term robustness, low maintenance, remote monitoring, and small space requirements.

iCtauliC' An

YORK FLUID CONTROLS LTD.

2 Westwyn Court, Brampton, ON L6T 4T5 (905)454-4013 Fax:(905)454-8423 Contact: M. Knapman, General Manager YOUNG ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS INC.

140 - 8771 Douglas Street, Richmond, BC V6X 1V2 (800)663-5481,(604)276-9923 Fax:(604)276-9941 Contact: Jeanne Roberts, Director of Sales

IWATER

9001 certified company

COMPOSITES IMC.

Imatrix

VICTAULIC COMPANY OF CANADA

ZCL COMPOSITES INC.

65 Worcester Road, Rexdale, ON M9W 5N7

WATER MATRIX

(416)675-5575 Fax:(416)675-5565 Contact: Donald R. Jones, Sales Support Supv.

331 Trowers Road, #3, Woodbridge, ON L4L 6A2 (800)668-4420,(905)850-8080 Fax:(905)850-9100 E-mail: marketlng@watermatrlx.com

VISUAL PLANNING GROUP

Web site: www.watermatrlx.com

3071 Universal Drive, MIsslssauga, ON L4X 2E2 (905)629-7397 Fax:(905)629-3938 Contact: Mark Spraggett, Vice President

Contact: Sean Kimmons, Mgr., Electronic Products Complete line of products for reducing water con sumption and automating washroom fixtures. Includ

VWR CANLAB

ing urinal tank controls, products for retrofitting and automating faucets,showers, urinal and water closet

2360 Argentia Road, MIsslssauga, ON L5N 5Z7 (905)813-5208 Fax:(905)813-5216

software. Our comprehensive software Includes products for both the design and analysis of storm and wastewater projects. We also offer specialized software Including our GIS module for XPSWMM2000, and HECRAS/12D, our comprehen sive civil package integrated with water resources.

6907 - 36th Street NW, Edmonton, AB T6B 2Z6 (800)661-8265,(780)466-6648 Fax:(780)466-6126 E-mail: rlchard.murphy@zcl.com Web site: www.zcl.com

Contact: Ron Fink, National Operations Manager ZCL Composites Inc. Is Canada's leading manufac turer of fiberglass above ground and underground tanks, and oil/water separators for the safe storage of petroleum products, water, sewage, and some chemicals.

flushometers. Also available, automic fixtures for new washroom Installation.

Contact: Lorrie Morris WATER WORKS WAINBEE LIMITED

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

501 Foote Street, Crown Point, IN 46307 USA (219)663-8210 Fax:(219)662-1503 Contact: Steve Falkenberg, Representative

3239 Dundas Street West, Oakvllle, ON L6M 4B2 WATERWORKS TECHNOLOGIES INC.

L.E. WASHINGTON SALES LTD.

2851 Brighton Road, Oakvllle, ON L6H 609 (905)829-4111 Fax:(905)829-2366 Contact: Larry Washington, President

Waterfor the World ZENON ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

Winterhawk Place, 2024 - 12 Avenue NW, Calgary, AB T2N 1J7 (403)289-3198 Fax:(403)289-3147 Contact: Jeff Huber, Env. Scientist & Project Mgr.

(905)465-3030 Fax:(905)465-3050 E-mail: mstadnyc@zenonenv.com Web site: www.zenonenv.com

Contact: Michael Stadnyckyj, Corp. Development Membrane technologies for drinking water and wastewater treatment. The ZeeWeed® membrane

WESTECH

WASTEQUIP CUSCO

305 Enford Road, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 3E9 (800)490-3541,(905)883-1214 Fax:(905)883-1778

©WATERLINE ENVIRONMENTAL

Contact: Steve Godwin, President

SERVICES INC.

4151 Morris Dr., #4,

Burlington, ON L7L 5L5 (905)333-6604 Fax:(905)333-0368 wmmmmimmm Contact: Stu Ferguson Waterllne Is a full-sen/ice contractor

In supply and installation of petrochemical storage and distribution systems. Waterllne Is licensed with

3605 South West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 USA (801)265-1000 Fax:(801)265-1080 Contact: Marshall Palm, Associate WESTECH INDUSTRIAL LTD.

240 Matheson Blvd. E., MIsslssauga, ON L4Z 1X1 (905)890-5265 Fax:(905)890-6213 Contact: Norman Williams, Sales Manager WESTEEL LIMITED

450 Desautels Road, P.O. Box 792, Winnipeg, MB R3C 2N5 (204)233-7133 Fax:(204)235-0796

ZORBIT TECHNOLOGIES INC.

2180 Dunwin Drive, #1, MIsslssauga, ON L5L 5M8 (905)607-4141 Fax:(905)607-4141 Contact: Meredith Bond, President

Contact: Brad vi/arner. Tank Prod., Sales/Mktg. Mgr.

T.S.S.A. and all our mechanics have valid PM2 and

WESTFALIA SEPARATOR CANADA, INC.

PM3 licences.

5353 John Lucas Drive, Burlington, ON L7L 6G5 (905)319-3900 Fax:(905)319-3903 Contact: Al Driver, Sales Mgr., Env. Technology

WATERLINK INC.

Is the optimal solution for the removal of Cryptosporidium and Giardia, viruses, solids and colour for safe, clean drinking water. When combined with the ZenoGem® membrane blo-reactor, the system Is Ideal for high-quallty sewage treatment and wastewater recycle.

630 Currant Road, Fall River, MA 02720 USA

(508)679-6770 Fax:(508)672-5779 Contact: Jill BIbby, Marketing Manager

WILLER ENGINEERING LIMITED

422 Consumers Road, Toronto, ON M2J 1P8

(416)499-4421 Fax:(416)499-0816 Contact: Ed Allen

Waterloo

Barrier Inc.

WATERLOO BARRIER INC.

P.O. Box 385, Rockwood, ON NOB 2K0

(519)856-1352 Fax:(519)856-0759

ES&E reaches over WYEVALE CONTAINMENT LTD.

19,000 water, wastewater

P.O. Box too, Wyevale, ON L0L2T0 (705)322-2845 Fax:(705)322-0522 Contact: Victor Campbell, President

protection professionals

and environmental across Canada.

E-mail: robln@waterloo-barrler.com Web site: www.waterloo-barrler.com

XP SOFTWARE

Contact: Robin Jowett, Manager

9 - 75 First Street, Suite 224,

Waterloo Barrier® Is a containment wall for the con

Orangevllle, ON L9W 5B6 (877)533-4533 Fax:(519)941-7966 E-mail: Canada@xpsoftware.com Web site: www.xpsoftware.com

trol of contaminated groundwater or soiled gases. Formed of steel sheet piling with specially designed sealable joints, the Barrier offers a long service life, exceptionally low hydraulic conductivity, and documentable construction quality assurance/con trol. Installation is clean and rapid with minimal site disturbance.

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Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001


ES&E's Directory of Environmental Products & Services See "Suppliers" Section (pg. 54)for address, etc., of any company listed in this section. ACTIVATED CARBON ADSORBENTS

Netzsch Nortech GSI

BOC Gases

ANALYTICAL EQUIPMENT

Action Carbon-Ctiem

Parkson

Cancoppas

ABB

Anttirafilter Media & Coal

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pneu-Tech Systems

Ceilcote

Agilent Technologies Alberta Mequipco AMKO Systems

Agilent Technologies AMKO Systems Analytical Measurements Analytical Technology Aquatic Life Aquatic Sciences

Anachemia Science

Arizona Instrument

AQUIFERS

Analytical Measurements Aquatic Life

Arjay

a. b. c. d.

Aqua Technical Sales Archer Technical Equip. Charles Tennant & Co. Cleartech industries

Crechem Technologies D&E Wholesale

ENV Treatment Systems Env. Remediation Equip.

Blue-Zone Technologies

Chlorinators Inc.

Filter Innovations

Magna-Tek

Crechem Technologies Croll-Reynolds

Sanitaire

Duall Division

Sanitherm Engineering Schreiber Corp.

Elmridge Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

Arizona instrument

Cancoppas

Smith & Loveless

Fabricated Plastics

Arjay

Cleartech Industries

Spaans Babcock

Filter Innovations General Carbon Indachem

Brinkmann Instruments

Draeger Canada

Cancoppas Chemtrac Systems

Endress + Hauser Enviro Rentals

insitu Groundwater Contractors - b international Water

Env. Remediation Equip. Fryston Canada

Supply - a,b,c,d Pall Corporation - a,d Smith & Loveless - b

Fluorosense

Hach HF Scientific Isco Mandei Scientific

Fryston Canada

Metcon Sales & Eng.

ASBESTOS a. removal

Praxair Canada

Filter innovations

Fryston Canada

ID. Rooke Associates

IWR Technologies

Cieartech industries

General Carbon Flazco Env. Services

Turborator Technology

John Meunier/US Filter

Corning

US Fiiter/Jet Tech

MEGTEC Systems Metcon Sales & Eng.

Integra Environmental IWR Technologies J.V. Manufacturing

Descale Systems

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Stamford Scientific Statiflo

Filchem

ANTI-SCALE DEVICE

Products

Monsanto Enviro-Chem Nortech GSI Novatech Controls

Endress + Hauser

ENG Env. Technologies Env. Remediation Equip.

Can-Am Instruments

artificial recharge clean-up design replenishment equip.

Nortech GSi

US Filter/John Meunier US Filter/WTC Products Wateriink

Sanitherm Engineering

Waterworks Technologies

P.J. Hannah Equip. Saies

Hach

Nortech GSI

b. survey

Versatech Products

WesTech

Plasticair

Novatech Controls

DRL Env. Services - a General Environmental - a

ACTIVATED CARBON

AEROBIC DIGESTION

Response Ashtead Technology

Labcor Mandei Scientific

REGENERATORS

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales C&M Env. Technologies Crechem Technologies Degremont IntiIco East River Technologies ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Fluidyne H2FI0W Equipment

Crechem Technologies D&E Wholesale Filter Innovations

General Carbon

Metcon Sales & Eng. ADSORBENTS/ ABSORBENTS Arcus Absorbents

Cartier Chemicals D&E Wholesale

Earth (Canada) Corp. Env. Remediation Equip.

John Meunier/US Filter

Make-Way Plastics Mixing Systems Napier-Reid

Filchem General Carbon Hazco Env. Services Flazmasters

Smith & Loveless Stamford Scientific

New Mechanical

Sanitherm Engineering

Rusmar

Sima Air Purification US Filter/John Meunier

AIR STRIPPERS

Biue-Zone Technologies C&M Env. Technologies Ceilcote Duall Division

Env. Remediation Equip. Filter innovations

GDT Water Process Corp. IWR Technologies Sanitherm Engineering

Fli-Point Industries

Turborator Technology

Interra Environmental

US Fiiter/Jet Tech

b.

J.V. Manufacturing

Products US Filter/John Meunier

c.

mixers

d.

tanks

covers

New Pig

Waterworks Technologies

Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c

Pol-E-Mar

WesTech

Archer Technical

Safety Express Zorbit Technologies

AIR DRYERS

Baker Process - b,c

AlrSep Berlie Technologies

C&M Env. Technologies

AERATION SYSTEMS

New Mechanical

Columbia Geosystems - b Degremont Infiico - a,b,c

Peacock

Baker Process

AIR EMISSIONS

BCA - The Clearwater

TESTING

Group C&M Env. Technologies Crechem Technologies

Adwest Technologies AMKO Systems Philip Analytical Services Stephen Lamming Assoc.

Degremont Infiico East River Technologies Eco Process & Equip. Elmridge Engineering ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Dynamics Fluidyne

Novatech Controls

Response Ashtead Technology Scott Specialty Gases Summa Engineering

ProMinent Fluid Controls ProViro Instrumentation

Response Ashtead Technoiogy Scott Speciaity Gases Summa Engineering

Hazmasters - a,b

Integra Environmental - b Safety Express - a T. Harris Env.

Management - b

Thermo-Kinetics

Thermo-Kinetics Westech industrial

Total Safety/HAZCO Tytronics

ANALYZERS ABB

US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan Westech industrial

John Meunier/US Filter

Alberta Mequipco

Wilier Engineering

US Filter/John Meunier

ATAO PROCESSING

Alberta Mequipco Inliico Degremont Pro Aqua + Shadrack

MIXING SYSTEMS,INC. 7058 Corporate Way, Dayton, OH 45459

cio'®'0&

937-435-7227, Fax; 937-435-9200 gjjg. y^Yvw.mixing.com E-mail: mixinglgmixing.com

Equip. - c

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Aquatic Sciences

D&E Wholesale

Metcon Saies & Eng. Nortech GSI

Hazco Env. Services

ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS a. compressors

M.J. International

Peacock

•" ,

••-'1

- a,b,c

Directrik - a,c

I Harris Env.

Management

Donson Eng. & Contracting - b,d East River Technologies

. . . • o . . . .'V-V:."

- b,c ENV Treatment

Systems - b,o Fluidyne - c

..

'.•Vi «

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver - b,c Greatarlo - b,c

AIR FILTERS

Env. Remediation Equip. Filchem General Carbon Labcor

H2FI0W Equipment - a,b,c InfiIco Degremont - a,b,c ITT Flygt - c

APPLICATIONS

John Meunier/US

Jet Aeration

Filter - b,c

Jet Mixing Sequencing Batch Reactors Activated Sludge Treatment Equalization Tanks Digesters pFJ Neutralization Gas/Liquid Contacting Blending

ADVANTAGES O Energy Efficient O Low Maintenance Costs

Low Operating Costs ■ No In-Basin Moving Parts Operation Fiexibiiily No Misting, No Icing Consistent, Uniform Mixing Fast, Easy Installation Self-Cleaning Option O Suitable for Deep Tanks O O O O O O O

Frontenac Environmental

New Mechanical

MEDOUSA-a

GOT Water Process Corp. FI2FI0W Equipment Flydro-Logic Env. InfiIco Degremont

Peacock

International Water

Syntec Process Equip.

Mixing Systems - c Napier-Reid - a,b,c Nemato Composites - b Pencon Equipment - a P.J. Hannah Equip.

John Meunier/US Filter Lambourne Environmental

AIR POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT

Pro Aqua + Shadrack - b,c Sanitherm Engineering - b

VOC Removal

Make-Way Plastics Mixing Systems

ABB

T.D. Rooke Associates - c

Adwest Technologies Alpha Controls Biorem Technologies

US Filter/John

Jet Aeration 4 Jet Mixing Sequencing Batch Reactors

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pneu-Tech Systems Sima Air Purification

Supply

M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

Napier-Reid

Sales - b,c

Meunier - b,c WesTech - b,c

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001

For more information, circie reply card No. 154

(See page 25)


Products & Services BACKFLOW PREVENTION BCA - The Clearwater

Group

Elmrldge Engineering Env. Remediation Equip. Fryston Canada H2FI0W Equipment

BMW Valve

HETEK Solutions

Cla-Va! Canada D&E Wholesale New Mechanical Peacock

HIbon

Syntec Process Equip. The BIrks Company

Service Filtration

ENV Treatment Systems

COMBINED SEWER

ID. Rooke Associates US Filter/John Meunler

Frontenac Environmental GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

OVERFLOW EQUIPMENT

Vanderbeken Enterprises

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env. Intlico Degremont

WesTech York Fluid Controls

Hoffman

John Meunler/US Filter

Alberta Mequlpco American Sigma Aqua Technical Sales Arlat Technologies Degremont Intlico ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment

Mixing Systems

HETEK Solutions

M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

Hydro-Logic Env. Intlico Degremont

International Reserve

IWR Technologies

CHEMICALS

MEDO USA

(sewage treatment)

Napler-Reld National Process Equip.

BCA - The Clearwater

New Mechanical

Charles Tennant & Co.

Napler-Reld

Group

Equip.

COMPUTERS & CONTROL SYSTEMS a.

hardware

b. programmable controllers

c. d.

SCADA software

e.

web sites

ACI Instrumentation - b AIIMax Professional Solutions - d

BACTERIA

Pencon Equipment

Cleartech Industries

Parkson

I SCO

Alpha Controls - d American Sigma - c

(specify use)

Plastlcair

Colgate-Palmollve Canada

ITT Flygt

Atrlon International - d

a.

Pneu-Tech Systems Sanltherm Engineering Schrelber Corp. Total Satety/HAZCO

Exceltec

John Meunler/US Filter Nortech GSI

Campbell Scientific

General Chemical

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack RGF Environmental Group

Owens Mtg. & Specialty

Sanltaire

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Schrelber Corp.

Cancoppas - a,c,d Chemtrac Systems

T.D. Rooke Associates US Filter/John Meunler

Chlorlnators Inc. - b

ecoll

b. monitoring c. pseudonomus, algae d. water quality Anachemla Science - a,d Charles Tennant & Co.

- c,d Chlorlnators Inc. - d D&E Wholesale - d Fllchem - d

BOXES (meter, valve, service, etc.) BCG Western Water Mueller Canada Terra Nova Industries

Forestry Suppliers - d Fryston Canada - a,b,d

The BIrks Company

Flach - a,b,d Flanna Instruments - d

CATCH BASIN COMPONENTS

Nortech GSI - a,b,d

Centennial Concrete Pipe

Oil Skimmers - d

Philip Analytical Services - a,b,c,d ProMlnent Fluid

Controls - d Service Filtration - d T. Harris Env.

BICFILTERS

Sanltherm Engineering

Remediation Resources

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunler US Fllter/WTC Products Water Works

Syntec Process Equip. TrI-Y Enterprises CHEMICALS

Waterworks Technologies

(water treatment) Aquatic Sciences

WesTech

BCA - The Clearwater

& Products

ENV Treatment Systems

Group BOC Gases Cartler Chemicals Charles Tennant & Co. Cleartech Industries

Eaglebrook ENG Env. Technologies

ENV Treatment

CEMENT a. mixers

Exceltec General Chemical

Hazco Env.

Integra Environmental

CENTRIFUGES

Alberta Mequlpco

TrI-Y Enterprises

St. Lawrence Cement

Alta Laval

GMET Env. Technologies H2FI0W Equipment Intlico Degremont

D&E Wholesale

Alberta Mequlpco Aquatic Sciences C&M Env. Technologies

John Meunler/US Filter

Derrick

Metcon Sales & Eng.

ENV Treatment Systems

Chlorlnators Inc. Cleartech Industries D&E Wholesale

Monsanto Envlro-Chem Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunler Waterloo Blofllter

Filter Innovations

ENG Env. Technologies

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env.

Frontenac Environmental

Consolidated GIroux

Degremont Intlico

Exceltec

Indachem

Fryston Canada

International Reserve

Greatarlo Hanna Instruments Indachem

Equip. BIOREIVIEDIATION a. sediment

John Meunler/US Filter Labcor

J&M Eng. & Sales

AlrSep - a Forestry Suppliers - a

Mandel Scientific

John Meunler/US Filter

New Mechanical

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Sanltherm Engineering

MlOX

Service Filtration

Napler-Reld

US Filter/John Meunler

OMEGA Public Works ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Scarab Manufacturing - a

Vanderbeken Enterprises Westtalla Separator

BIOSOLIDS MGMT.

CHEMICAL MIXERS

AIIMax Professional Solutions

Alberta Mequlpco Chemlneer

Berlle Technologies

DIrectrIk

D&E Wholesale

Elmrldge Engineering ENG Env. Technologies Hayward Gordon

H2FI0W Equipment John Meunler/US Filter

Lambourne Environmental

Indachem International Reserve

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Equip. J&M Eng. & Sales

Tanksate

John Meunler/US Filter

US Filter/John Meunler

Labcor

BLOWERS

Metcon Sales & Eng. Omega

Alberta Mequlpco

Peacock

DIrectrIk

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

70

ProVIro Instrumentation

Sanltherm Engineering Summa Engineering US Filter/John Meunler US Filter/Wallace &

Services - a,b,c,d Lambourne Environmental

- a,b,c,d Oil Skimmers - c,d

Owens Mtg. & Specialty - e P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales - a COAGULATION SYSTEMS

Alberta Mequlpco Crechem Technologies Degremont Intlico DIrectrIk

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunler

Vaughan Co.

a. equipment Agilent Technologies - a Aquatic Sciences - a Campbell Scientific - a Cdn. Safety Equip. - a Control Microsystems - a ENG Env. Technologies - a Forestry Suppliers - a

- b.c

Engineered Software - d Envlsta - d

Forestry Suppliers - d Greenware Env.

Systems - d Groundwater Services - d

ITT Flygt - b,c,d Labtronlcs - d

Metcon Sales & Eng. - a,b,c,d,e Millennium Control

- a.b.c.d

Mllltronlcs - a

ProVIro Instrumentation

- a.b.c.d Schneider Electric

- a.b.c.d

Summa Engineering - a.b.c.d T. Harris Env.

Management - d Thermo-Klnetlcs - b,c,d XP Software - d

Omega

Schneider Electric - a

Total Satety/H/GCO - a

Instrumentation - a

JNE Chemicals

Metcon Sales & Eng. Nljhuls Water Tech.

Control Microsystems Crechem Technologies - d Davis Controls - b,c Donson Eng. & Contracting - c ENG Env. Technologies

Omega COMMUNICATIONS

Indachem John Meunler/US Filter

- a,b,c,d

Nortech GSI - c

ProVIro

COMPARATORS

Forestry Suppliers

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT RENTAL

Hertz Equip. Rental CONTAINER SERVICES Enviro Vault Schred-Max

CONTRACTING

Peacock

Sanltherm Engineering Summa Engineering US Filter/John Meunler COATINGS Cellcote Corrosion Control Denso North America IPF Associates Peacock

COMPOSTING

Alberta Mequlpco P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Scarab Manufacturing Schred-Max

Site Specific Structures US Fllter/WTC Products

COMPRESSED GASES

Premier Corrosion Protection

StonCor Group

Air LIqulde Arjay BOC Gases

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Baker Process

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales C&M Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Forestry Suppliers

BCA - The Clearwater

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

Group C&M Env. Technologies Crechem Technologies Degremont Intlico Ecodyne ENG Env. Technologies

Napler-Reld

Eaglebrook ENG Env. Technologies

COLLECTORS

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Arlat Technologies

JWC Environmental

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales

TIernan

CLARIFIERS

GET Industries

John Meunler/US Filter

Peacock

Systems - b,d Ford Hall

JNE Chemicals MlOX Praxair Canada ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Hertz Equip. Rental - a

D&E Wholesale - b,c

Fryston Canada

C&M Env. Technologies

Frontenac Environmental

Frontenac Environmental

M.J. International

General Environmental

ENV Treatment Systems

DIrectrIk

D&E Wholesale

Mueller Canada St. Lawrence Cement

GRINDERS

East River Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

Cartler Chemicals - e Consolidated GIroux

CHLORINATION SYSTEMS

General Environmental Hazco Env. Services - a Interra Environmental - a Oil Skimmers - a

digester lagoon ponds sludge products

Colgate-Palmollve Canada

Baker Process Brinkmann Instruments

Systems

CLEANING

a. b. c. d. e.

COMMINUTORS/

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales C&M Env. Technologies

Enviro Vault Fred Cressman Sales

Management - b,d

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Blorem Technologies C&M Env. Technologies Degremont Intlico East River Technologies ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

- a.b.c.d

New Mechanical

Praxair Canada

Scott Specialty Gases

Env. Remediation Equip. Equltas Sewer Services General Environmental Hazco Env. Services

International Water

Supply New Mechanical Premier Corrosion Protection

Site Specific Structures CONTRACT OPERATIONS Hazco Env. Services

Rupke Environmental CONTROL EQUIPMENT a.

flow

b.

level

COMPRESSORS

c.

motor

Air Dimensions

d. pressure

H2FI0W Equipment

DIrectrIk

e.

pump

John Meunler/US Filter

Elmrldge Engineering

t.

temperature

Napler-Reld Pro Aqua + Shadrack

MEDO USA

ABB-a,b,d,t

New Mechanical

ABS Pumps - e

Pencon Equipment Total Satety/HAZCO

ACI Instrumentation

SEI Industries US Filter/John Meunler

- a,b,d,t

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001


Products & Services Alfa Laval

P.J. Flannah Equip. Sales

Scarborough Supply - a

Alpha Controls - a,b,c,cl,e,f Arjay - a,b

DEGRITTERS

Smith & Loveless

SJE-Rhombus

Fryston Canada

St. Lawrence Cement - b

Summa Engineering L.E. Washington Sales

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales

Summa Engineering Trojan Technologies

IPF Associates

WesTech

Campbell Scientific - a,b,c,P,e,f Cdn. Pipe Supply - a Can-Am Instruments - a,b Cancoppas - a,b,c,d,e,f

Wilier Engineering

CUSTOM METAL FABRICATING

Baker Process

BOG Gases - e

US Filter/Jet Tech Products

CONVEYORS

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Arlat Technologies

Chlorinators Inc. - a

Cla-Val Canada - a,b,d,e

C&M Env. Technologies

Cleartech Industries - a

Degremont Infiico

Control Microsystems Controlotron - a

East River Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

Baycor Fibre Tech Enviro-Tec

Hassan Steel Fabricators IPF Associates

King Metal Fabricators

MakLoc Buildings

C&M Env. Technologies Degremont Inflico Derrick Directrik

East River Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Fluidyne

US Filter/John Meunier US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan

UV Systems Technology

New Mechanical

Frontenac Environmental

Consolidated GIroux

EDUCTORS

Terra Nova Industries

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

ENV Treatment Systems Forestry Suppliers

Air Liquide

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env.

General Environmental

Elmridge Engineering GDT Water Process Corp.

Inflico Degremont

Hazco Env. Services

Hazco Env. Services

John Meunier/US Filter

Lambourne Environmental

Insitu Groundwater Contractors

Frontenac Environmental

DATA

FI2FI0W Equipment IPF Associates John Meunier/US Filter M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

a. acquisition b. analysis c. loggers d. management

Napler-Reid

Roy & Sons Dredging

Endress + Hauser- a,b,d,f Systems-a,b

Gorman-Rupp - e H2FI0W Equipment - a,b H. Fontaine - a,b Hanna Instruments - b,e HETEK Solutions - a,b,d International Pump IPF Associates

ITT Flygt - a,b,e J&M Eng. & Sales - a,b John Meunier/US

Filter - a,b,c,d,e,f Labcor-a,b,c,d,e,f Metcon Sales &

Eng. - a,b,c,d,e,f Millennium Control

- a,b,c,d,e

Milltronics - a,b,c,e Nortech GSI - a,b,d,e,f Omega - a,b,d,f Peacock-a,b,c,d,e,f ProVIro Instrumentation - a,b,c,d,f

Scott Specialty Gases - a,d Service Filtration - e SEW Eurodrive - c SJE-Rhombus - b Southwell Controls

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

Summa Engineering - a,b,d,f Syntec Process Equip.-a,b,c,d,e,f

The Birks Company -a,b,d,e Thermo-Kinetics

- a,b,c,d,e,f Trans Env. Systems - b US Filter/John Meunier

- a,b,c,d,e,f L.E. Washington Sales - a,b,c,d,e Westech industrial - b

Wilier Engineering - a,b,c,d,e,f

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Agilent Technologies

Sanltherm Engineering

DRILLING SERVICES International Water

P.J. Flannah Equip. Sales Pneu-Tech Systems Pro Aqua + Shadrack Spaans Babcock

AIIMax Professional

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier

Sonic Soil Sampling

US Filter/John Meunier

Vanderbeken Enterprises COOLING TOWERS/ CONDENSERS

Alberta Mequlpco Ecodyne Elmridge Engineering New Mechanical Tanksafe

Forestry Suppliers - c GemTeck Env. Software - d

Ceilcote Corrosion Control Cleartech Industries

Metcon Sales &

Corrpro Canada

Eng. - a,b,c Nortech GSI - a,b,c

CORROSION PREVENTION

Denso North America Fabricated Plastics

Interprovlncial Corrosion Control IPF Associates

Premier Corrosion Protection

StonCor Group COVERS/ENCLOSURES

(digester, etc.) Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales

C&M Env. Technologies Columbia Geosystems Donson Eng. & Contracting

East River Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Frontenac Environmental Greatarlo

FI2FI0W Equipment John Meunier/US Filter

Napler-Reld

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Site Specific Structures Ultraflote

US Filter/John Meunier

BCA - The Ciearwater

CULVERTS

Group Cancoppas

a. b.

polyethylene precast reinforced

D&E Wholesale Directrik

c.

steel fabricated

Millennium Control Novatech Controls

D&E Wholesale - c

Hanna Instruments - a,c HETEK Solutions - a,b,c Hydrastop/Pltometer - a ITT Flygt - a,b Labcor - a,b,c

WesTech

Flanna Instruments

Cancoppas - a,b,c Control Microsystems

Peacock - c ProMlnent Fluid

Supply

WesTech DRINKING WATER

DEHUMIDIFIERS New Mechanical

Can-Am Instruments - c

ABS Pumps Arjay

in Flygt IWR Technologies Metcon Sales & Eng.

Solutions - a,d Alpha Controls - a,b,c American Sigma - a.c AMKO Systems -a,c Campbell Scientific - c

DEMINERALIZERS

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Degremont Infiico Ecodyne Inflico Degremont Integra Environmental John Meunler/US Filter

Napler-Reid Smith & Loveless T.D. Rooke Associates US Filter/John Meunier WesTech DIALERS

John Meunier/US Filter

Napier-Reid

ABB Water Meters - c

ABB

ENV Treatment Systems Gorman-Rupp

Services

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales

Napler-Reld

The BIrks Company CONTROL PANELS

Peacock

New Mechanical

Tech.- d,e

Nortech GSI

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pneu-Tech Systems Water Works

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

ENV Treatment

New Mechanical

DREDGES/OREDGING

D&E Wholesale

Directrik - e

MEC Systems MEGTEC Systems Metcon Sales & Eng.

TREATMENT EOUIP.

Air Liquide Alberta Mequlpco Alpha Controls American Sigma Aqua Technical Sales Archer Technical Equip. BCA - The Ciearwater

Group C&M Env. Technologies Chemtrac Systems Chlorinators Inc. D&E Wholesale

Degremont Inflico Donson Eng. & Contracting

East River Technologies ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

Peacock

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pneu-Tech Systems Service Filtration

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier EJECTORS a. sewage

ABS Pumps - a Aqua Technical Sales - a D&E Wholesale - a

Elmridge Engineering ENV Treatment

Systems - a Mixing Systems - a National Process

Equip. - a Peacock

ProMlnent Fluid Controls - a

Smith & Loveless - a ELECTRIC MOTORS

a. microprocessor b. synthesized voice

Fabricated Plastics

ProViro Instrumentation - a,b,c

c. tape Can-Am Instruments - b

Fryston Canada

Positive Solutions

Cancoppas - a,b

GDT Water Process Corp. H2FI0W Equipment

SEW Eurodrive

Response Ashtead Technology - c Schlumberger Resource Mgmt. Schneider Electric - a,b,c

Omega

Solinst Canada - c

ProVIro Instrumentation

Controls - a,b,c

Summa Engineering - a,c Young Env. Systems - c DECHLORINATORS

Alberta Mequlpco Aquatic Sciences

C&M Env. Technologies Cancoppas Chlorinators Inc. D&E Wholesale Exceltec

Metcon Sales &

Eng. -a,b,c Millennium Control - a

- a,b,c

Summa Engineering - a,b DISINFECTION EOUIPMENT

Air Liquide Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Aquatic Sciences C&M Env. Technologies Cancoppas

Indachem

Chlorinators Inc. Cleartech Industries

J&M Eng. & Sales Metcon Sales & Eng. Mixing Systems

ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales

Exceltec

Smith & Loveless

Fluidyne

Summa Engineering The Birks Company

GDT Water Process Corp. H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env.

Frontenac Environmental

US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan

concrete

D&E Wholesale

Filter Innovations

Hanna Instruments

International Water

Supply

L.E. Washington Sales Water Works

Indachem

Inflico Degremont

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

International Pump Tech.

Aquatic Sciences Forestry Suppliers

John Meunier/US Filter

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Hazmasters

MlOX

Interra Environmental

M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

SEI Industries

Napler-Reld

Team-1 Env. Services

Novatech Controls

Total Safety/HAZCO Trans Env. Systems

Pall Corporation P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales

ZENON Environmental

Praxair Canada

Pro Aqua + Shadrack ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Response Ashtead Technology

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Career Advancement

Employment Services

Smith & Loveless

Summa Engineering Trojan Technologies US Filter/John Meunier

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS & REMEDIATION

Vanderbeken Enterprises Waterworks Technologies

Aquatic Sciences

WesTech

Caribou Systems

BEI Pecal

ZENON Environmental

Filter Innovations

Indachem

DRUM COMPACTORS

Inflico Degremont Integra Environmental

ENV Treatment Systems

General Environmental Geonlcs Hazmasters

d. rellning Armtec - a,c BCG Western Water - a,b

Environmental Products

Interra Environmental

DECOMMISSIONING BEI Pecal

John Meunler/US Filter

Fred Cressman Sales

IWR Technologies

Metcon Sales & Eng.

ENG Env. Technologies

OMEGA Public Works

Centennial Concrete Pipe

General Environmental

& Products - b Rancor - a Premier Corrosion

Mountain Valley Geophysics

Insitu Groundwater Contractors

Owens Mfg. & Specialty Pall Corporation P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

John Meunier/US Filter Pol-E-Mar US Filter/John Meunier

Protection - a,d

Mountain Valley Geophysics

Environmental Science & Engineering, January'2001

M.J. International

Oil Skimmers DUST CDLLECTION Duall Division

SAIC Canada

ENV Treatment Systems

Spill Management

Proeco

71


Products & Services Stephen Lamming Assoc.

Neo Valves

Water Works

Team-1 Env. Services T. Harris Env.

Netzsch

Waterworks Technologies

OMEGA Public Works

WesTech York Fluid Controls ZENON Environmental

Management

Pali Corporation Peacock

EROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS

RAL Engineering Sanitherm Engineering

Armtec

Service Filtration Smith & Loveless T.D. Rooke Associates US Filter/John Meunier US Fiiter/WTC Products

Columbia Geosystems Filchem

Forestry Suppliers North American Green

FIRE HYDRANTS Mueller Canada

Response Ashtead Technology Rupke Environmental Summa Engineering Young Env. Systems

Water Works

Presto Products Rusmar

York Fluid Controls

Novatech Controls

FILTER MEDIA

Safety Express Safety Storage

EVAPORATORS

Alberta Mequipco

Team-1 Env. Services

BOC Gases

a.

Anthrafilter Media & Coal

Total Safety/HAZCO

C&M Env. Technologies Cdn. Pipe Supply

FLOCCULATORS/MIXERS

Can-Am Instruments

Alberta Mequipco

Cancoppas

Baker Process BCA - The Clearwater

Group - a

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack Schreiber Corp.

Chemline Plastics

GATES

Control Microsystems

(shear, sluice, etc.)

Group Degremont infiico East River Technologies Eimridge Engineering ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Hayward Gordon

Controiotron D&E Wholesale Davis Controls Endress + Hauser

Armtec BNW Vaive

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier WesTech

Forestry Suppliers

Frontenac Environmental

MONITORING

HETEK Solutions

AIIMax Professional

indachem

J&M Eng. & Sales

Fl. Fontaine Nortech GSi Plasti-Fab

IPF Associates

Infiico Degremont

John Meunler/US Filter

Syntec Process Equip.

John Meunier/US Filter

JNE Chemicals John Meunier/US Filter

Labcor

ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Filchem Filter innovations General Carbon

FANS Ceilcote

International Water

Fryston Canada Hertz Equip. Rental New Mechanical Plasticair

Pneu-Tech Systems Young Env. Systems

FEEDERS (chemical) Alberta Mequipco Aquatic Sciences Cancoppas

Supply

McTighe Industries Napier-Reid Nortech GSI Plasticair Service Filtration US Filter/John Meunier US Filter/VI/TC Products Water Works

Waterworks Technologies ZENON Environmental

Cleartech Industries

East River Technologies Eimridge Engineering Fryston Canada

FILTERS

Indachem

Aqua Technical Sales

BCG Western Water

Isco

Env. Remediation Equip. Forestry Suppliers

Nortech GSi

BOC Gases

GemTeck Env. Software

Omega

Cdn. Pipe Supply

Geneq

Peacock

Peacock

Geonlcs

Pro Aqua + Shadrack RGF Environmental Group Sanitherm Engineering

ProViro Instrumentation

D&E Wholesale Davis Controls

Smith & Loveless T.D. Rooke Associates US Filter/John Meunier US Fliter/WTC Products

Alberta Mequipco

Water Works

AWI

WesTech York Fluid Controls

Response Ashtead Technology Scott Specialty Gases

Forestry Suppliers

Hach HETEK Solutions

international Water

International Water

Southwell Controls

John Brooks

Summa Engineering Syntec Process Equip. Total Safety/HAZCO TSI incorporated

Labcor

Omega

US Filter/John Meunier US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan

Pneu-Tech Systems Syntec Process Equip. Young Env. Systems

ProMinent Fluid Controls

D&E Wholesale

Smith & Loveless

Degremont Infiico Ecodyne ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

FLOTATION SYSTEMS

American Sigma

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

Can-Am instruments

Baker Process

Fabricated Plastics

Baycor Fibre Tech C&M Env. Technologies

Fabricated Plastics John Meunier/US Filter

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales AWI

Baker Process

C&M Env. Technologies Chemtrac Systems D&E Wholesale

Degremont Infiico ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

Filchem Filter Innovations

Fluidyne General Carbon

infiico Degremont Integra Environmental International Reserve

Equip. International Water

Supply IPF Associates John Brooks

D&E Wholesale

Alpha Controls

Peacock

FILTER EQUIPMENT

Solutions

Arjay Campbell Scientific

Miiltronics

Baker Process

US Filter/John Meunier US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan

GROUNOWATER

Mixing Systems Napier-Reid Nijhuis Water Tech.

C&M Env. Technologies Cancoppas CMS Group Corning

Summa Engineering

D&E Wholesale

ENV Treatment Systems

GAUGES

John Meunier/US Filter Miiltronics

Napier-Reid

Metcon Sales & Eng.

J&M Eng. & Sales Metcon Sales & Eng.

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env. Infiico Degremont

Wilier Engineering Young Env. Systems

infiico Degremont Integra Environmental

Duail Division Fabricated Plastics

Total Safety/HAZCO TSI incorporated

Peacock

Aqua Technical Sales

ID. Rooke Associates - a

GL&V/Oorr-Oliver

Westech industrial

AWI BEI Pecal D&E Wholesale

RGF Environmental

Frontenac Environmental

Team-1 Env. Services

John Meunier/US Eiiter

Brinkmann Instruments - a

Equip. - a

& Products

Degremont inflico East River Technologies Eco Process & Equip. ENV Treatment Systems Fluidyne

US Filter/John Meunier US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan

Alberta Mequipco - a

international Reserve

Nortech GSI Novatech Controls Peacock

Response Ashtead Technology Safety Express Scott Specialty Gases

Peacock

Donson Eng. & Contracting - a

C&M Env. Technologies Centennial Concrete Pipe

ProVIro Instrumentation

Cancoppas Forestry Suppliers

wastewater

BEI Pecal

Metcon Sales & Eng.

ABB

Agilent Technologies Alpha Controls American Sigma AMKO Systems Aquatic Sciences Barnant Company

Arlat Technologies

Labcor

FLOW METERS ABB Water Meters

FIRE PROTECTION & DETECTION SYSTEMS

John Meunier/US Filter

FLOORING Ceilcote Corrosion Control

Nemato Composites StonCor Group

L.E. Washington Sales Wilier Engineering

Miiltronics Peacock

Supply Interra Environmental

Metcon Sales & Eng. Mountain Valley Geophysics Nortech GSI Oil Skimmers

Omega Solinst Canada

Stephen Lamming Assoc. GENERATORS - electrical BOC Gases

T. Harris Env.

Management

Flertz Equip. Rental

ELUMES

D&E Wholesale

Supply

IPF Associates

ENV Treatment Systems

Metcon Sales & Eng. Napier-Reid Nemato Composites

Degremont Infiico ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment Infiico Degremont

Summa Engineering

John Meunier/US Filter

US Filter/John Meunier

Napier-Reid Nijhuis Water Tech. Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering

GAS DETECTION

Nortech GSI Plasti-Fab ProViro instrumentation

ITT Flygt SEI Industries

Soltek Solar Energy Terra Nova industries GEOSCIENCE

a.

modeling

b. software International Water

Supply - a Mountain Valley Geophysics - a,b

GROUNOWATER

REMEDIATION/EQUIP.

AirSep BNW Vaive

Campbell Scientific Earth (Canada) Corp. Eimridge Engineering Env. Remediation Equip. Filchem

Filter innovations

GDT Water Process Corp. General Carbon General Environmental

GEOTEXTILES

Geonlcs

Armtec BCG Western Water

Groundwater Services

Alberta Mequipco Alpha Controls AMKO Systems Analytical Technology

Columbia Geosystems ENV Treatment Systems

H2FI0W Equipment Hazco Env. Services Insitu Groundwater Contractors

Filchem

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Smith & Loveless US Eiiter/John Meunier

Filter innovations

M. LeBianc & Assoc.

WesTech

Arizona instrument

Forestry Suppliers

Frontenac Environmental

Napier-Reid Nemato Composites

Fred Cressman Sales

IWR Technologies Metcon Sales & Eng.

ELOW METER CALIBRATION

Arjay BW Technologies Cdn. Safety Equip.

Rancor

M. LeBianc & Assoc.

New Mechanical Parkson Peacock

ABB

Can-Am instruments

Lambourne Environmental Presto Products

Nortech GSI

Alpha Controls Aquatic Sciences

Cancoppas

Rehau Industries

Oil Skimmers

Stan Mech Agencies

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Schreiber Corp.

BCG Western Water

Chiorinators Inc. Cleartech Industries

Fabricated Plastics

General Carbon

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env. infiico Degremont international Water

Supply John Meunier/US Eiiter

Metcon Sales & Eng. M. LeBianc & Assoc.

Napier-Reid Nemato Composites 72

John Meunier/US Filter

Neo Valves

Service Filtration Smith & Loveless T.D. Rooke Associates US Filter/John Meunier

C&M Env. Technologies Controiotron

Endress + Hauser HETEK Solutions

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Filchem

Napier-Reid

Draeger Canada Eryston Canada Geneq

Versatech Products

Pail Corporation Response Ashtead Technology

GRIT COLLECTION

SAIC Canada US Filter/WTC Products

Hazmasters

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

Waterloo Barrier WesTech

HETEK Solutions

Terrafix

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001


Products & Services HAZARDOUS WASTE a. collection

HOSES BOC Gases

Donson Eng. & Contracting - q

ID. Rooke Associates US FiiterrtA/IC Products

b. disposal c, management d, storage 6. training f. transfer facility g. treatment AirSep - g

ENV Treatment Systems Pneu-Tech Systems

Endress + Hauser- c,o,u

Waterworks lechnologies

York Fluid Controls

-a,b,c,d,g,h,l,m,s Env. Remediation Equip. - a,b,c,g,h,l,m,o,u Fluorosense - g Forestry Suppliers - a,b,c,g,h,n,r,u Fryston Canada - i,u Geneq - a,c,f,g,h,n,o,r,u Geonics - f,g

IRON REMOVAL PLANTS

Great Lakes

International Water

Corp. - d

Instruments - c,g,o,q,u Hach - c,g,u

Supply IWR Technologies

GMET Env.

Smith & Loveless

Hanna Instruments

John Meunler/US Filter

Technologies - a,b,c,d,e H2FI0W Equipment - d

US Filter/John Meunier US Filter/Wallace &

- c,g,i,q,r,u Heron Instruments - g HETEK Solutions - b,g

Metcon Sales & Eng. Napler-Reid P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Sanitherm Engineering

Interra Environmental - d John Meunler/US Filter-d Madvac - e

WesTech

Metcon Sales & Eng. - d

LINERS

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier US Fllter/WTC Products WesTech

M. LeBlanc & Assoc. - d Nortech GSI - d

a.

Pail Corporation - d,e Pencon Equipment - c

Columbia Geosystems ENV Treatment Systems

IRON REMOVAL SYSTEMS

Fred Cressman Sales

Markland Specialty Eng.-0 Metcon Sales & Eng. - b,c,g,i,m,n,o,s,t,u Millennium Control - m,q

Presto Products - a ProMinent Fluid Controls - d

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

Rusmar-e

Lambourne Environmental SEI Industries

Mllltronlcs - o Nortech GSI

Degremont Infiico ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems GDT Water Process Corp.

Tanksafe- d Terrafix - a US Filter/John Meunier - d ZENON Environmental - d

Stan Mech Agencies - a StonCor Group Trans Env. Systems

Atrion International - c BEI Pecal

Bennett Environmental

-b,g D&E Wholesale - g Diverse Plastic Tanks - d

Donson Eng. & Contracting - g ORL Env. Services - b Enviro-Tec - d Environmental Products - d

Federal Signal Env. Products - a Fred Cressman Sales - a

Gary Steacy Dismantling - b,f General Environmental

-b,g H2FI0W Equipment - g Flassan Steel Fabricators - d Hazco Env. Services

INCINERATOR

SYSTEMS/EQUIPIVIENT

Adwest Technologies Alberta Mequipco AMKD Systems Aqua Technical Sales Degremont Infiico Eco Waste Solutions GL&V/Dorr-Dliver

Infiico Degremont IWR Technologies John Meunler/US Filter

MEGTEC Systems Metcon Sales & Eng. Pol-E-Mar

US Filter/John Meunier INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE PRODUCTS

John Meunler/US Filter

Philip Analytical Services

Labcor - a,b,c,n,r,u

INSTRUMENTATION

a. air velocity b.

calibration

c. dissolved oxygen monitors

- a,b,c,d,e,f,g d.

Hy-Grade Precast

e. dynamometers f. geotechnical g. groundwater monitoring h. meteorological i. mobile lab equipment j. particle generators k. pilot tubes

Salvage - a,c,d,e,f,g Interra Environmental

- a,b,c,d,e,f,g J.V. Manufacturing - g John Meunler/US Filter - g King Metal Fabricators - d MakLoc Buildings - d Metcon Sales & Eng. - g M. LeBlanc & Assoc. - g ModuTank - a,d New Pig - d Pall Corporation - g

I.

dust indicators

rental repair scales

sludge blanket level control smoke indicators & alarms

Proeco-a,b,c,d

q. systems & control

ProMinent Fluid

r.

Controls - g

thermometers

s. toxiclty monitors

Provincial Partitions - d RPR Environmental

t.

tube settlers

u.

turbidlmeters

- a,b,c,d,e,f,g Safety Express - d Safety Storage - d

ABB - a,c,d,q,r,u

SEI Industries-a,d

Spectra Environmental Stablex Canada - b,g Team-1 Env.

Services - a,b,c,d,e

Trans-Cycle Industries - a,b,c,d,e,f,g US Filter/John Meunier- g HEAT EXCHANGERS

Adwest Technologies Alfa Laval

C&M Env. Technologies Chemineer Directrik

East River Technologies Ecodyne Fryston Canada International Reserve

Equip. IPF Associates John Meunler/US Filter

Napier-Reid New Mechanical

HF Scientific - i International Water

Supply-g

Hazmasters - d Concrete - d International Marine

Enviro Rentals

ACI Instrumentation

- c,k,q,u Agilent Technologies - b,l,m

Alpha Controls - a,b,c,d,e,g,m,n,o,q.r,s American Sigma - c AMKO Systems - a,b,d Anachemia Science - c,n,r,u

Analytical Measurements - q Analytical Technology - c,u Aquatic Sciences - cj,q Arizona Instrument - g,s Arjay - g,l,s,u Campbell Scientific - a,c,f,g,h,l,m,q,r Can-Am Instruments

- a,cJ,m,o,u

Cancoppas - a,b,c,dJ,m,o,p,q,s,u Chemtrac Systems -1,1,o,q Chlorinators Inc. - b,n,q

- c,o,q,s,t,u

- c,d,g,h,o,s,u Novatech Controls

- c,d,g,l,l,p,s,u Omega - b,c,g,i,k,m,n,r,u Peacock - a,b,c,d,q,r,u

D&E Wholesale

IBC Advanced

Praxair Canada - b

Technologies Infiico Degremont IWR Technologies

ProMinent Fluid

John Meunler/US Filter

Controls - b,c,q ProViro Instrumentation

- b,c,d,k,m,o,q,s,u Response Ashtead Technology -a,b,c,d,f,g, h,k,l,m,p,q,r,s,u Scott Specialty Gases - s Sollnst Canada-f,g Summa Engineering - a,b,c,o,u

Syntec Process Equip. - a,k Thermo-Kinetlcs

- b,c,g,l,m,q,r Total Satety/HAZCO - a,b,c,g,i,l,m,u TSI Incorporated - a,d,j Tytronics - q US Filter/John Meunier

- c,o,q,s,t,u Westech Industrial

- c,d,k,o,s,u

Wilier Engineering - a,q Young Env. Systems - b

Metcon Sales & Eng. Napler-Reid Pall Corporation P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Sanitherm Engineering Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier US Filter/WTC Products ISO 14000 ENV. MANAGEMENT SYS. Atrion International

CCOHS

Greenware Env. Systems IHS Canada Pilot Performance QMI

Spill Management Stephen Lamming Assoc. LABORATORIES

a.

environmental

b. professional liability DPIC/Royal & Sun Alliance - a,b ION EXCHANGE SYSTEMS

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Cleartech Industries

Crechem Technologies D&E Wholesale

Degremont Infiico Ecodyne

Cleartech Industries

Ruttneck Heaters ID. Rooke Associates US Filter/John Meunier

Control Microsystems - q Corning - c,r D&E Wholesale - g

Technologies Infiico Degremont Integra Environmental Napier-Reld

WesTech

Davis Controls - c

Smith & Loveless

IBC Advanced

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001

e. operations Aquatic Sciences - d Donson Eng. & Contracting - d

Southwell Controls

Summa Engineering Syntec Process Equip. US Filter/John Meunier

L.E. Washington Sales Westech Industrial LIME SLAKERS

Environmental

Alberta Mequipco East River Technologies

Dynamics - d Fluldyne - d

J&M Eng. & Sales

GDT Water Process

John Meunier/US Filter

LEAK DETECTION a. devices b. services

Frontenac Environmental

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Tiernan

Installation equip.

Cellcote Corrosion Control

Kentain Products

LOCATORS (piping, etc.) Forestry Suppliers Geonics HETEK Solutions

Agilent Technologies-a Arjay - a Barnant Company - a

Image inspection Services Interprovlncial Corrosion

BOC Gases - a

The Birks Company

Control

BWTechnologies-a Can-Am Instruments - a

LUBRICANTS

Chemtrac Systems - a

Lubrication Engineers Utility Service Assoc.

Controlotron - a,b Enviro Rentals - a

Forestry Suppliers - a Geneq- a

MANGANESE REMOVAL SYSTEMS

HETEK Solutions - a,b

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

McTlghe Industries - a Novatech Controls - a,b Omega Praxair Canada - a,b ProViro Instrumentation - a

Response Ashtead Technology - a Scott Specialty Gases - a

D&E Wholesale

ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems GDT Water Process Corp. IBC Advanced

Technologies International Water

Team-1 Env. Services - a,b

Supply IWR Technologies

Westech Industrial

John Meunler/US Filter

(analytical) Mandel Scientific

LEGAL SERVICES

Pall Corporation Philip Analytical Services Trans-Cycle Industries

Gowling Lafleur

INSURANCE

Pneu-Tech Systems Pro Aqua + Shadrack

- i,n,o,u

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Degremont Infiico ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment Infiico Degremont

LANDFILL a. closure b. construction c. gas compressors d. leachate treatment

Henderson LLP LEVEL CONTROLS

Metcon Sales & Eng. Napier-Reid Pall Corporation P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack

LABORATORY SUPPLIES

ABB

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier

Agilent Technologies

Alpha Controls Arjay

WesTech

Anachemia Science

Waterworks Technologies

Aquatic Life Barnant Company

Can-Am Instruments

Cancoppas

MANHOLES

Brinkmann Instruments

D&E VVholesale Davis Controls Endress + Hauser

American Sigma Cdn. Pipe Supply Centennial Concrete Pipe

HETEK Solutions

& Products Plasti-Fab

Corning ENG Env. Technologies Forestry Suppliers Fryston Canada Geneq

John Meunier/US Filter

Hach Hanna Instruments

McTlghe Industries Metcon Sales & Eng.

Labcor Mandel Scientific

Millennium Control Mllltronlcs

b. separators

Omega Pall Corporation Scott Specialty Gases Systems Plus Total Satety/HAZCO

Omega

Cdn. Safety Equip. - a

Peacock

Can-Am Instruments - a,b

Pneu-Tech Systems

Hydro-Logic Env. - b MSU MIsslssauga - a Scarborough Supply - a

ITI Flygt

ProViro Instrumentation SJE-Rhombus

MANHOLE a. accessories

BCG Western Water - a,b

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Products & Services

MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS

MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION EQUIP.

a.

chlorine

L.E. Washington Sales

b.

ORP

c.

pH

d.

water

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

e.

other

BCA - The Clearwater

f. conductivity g. chlorine dioxide

MEMBRANES

Group C&M Env. Technologies Cancoppas

Mandel Scientific - b

Markland Specialty Eng.-hj

MQNITQRING WELL SUPPLIES

CMS Group

Filter Innovations

Duali Division

Cdn. Pipe Supply

Eaglebrook East River Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

Forestry Suppliers H2FI0W Equipment

Metcon Sales &

D&E Wholesale

Eng. - b,e,h,j,k Nortech GSI - b,h,j Novatech Controls - b,i,] Omega - a,b,e,f,i

Env. Remediation Equip.

Peacock - a,b,e

Omega Total Safety/HAZCO

ProVIro

HETEK Solutions

Metcon Sales & Eng. Nortech GSI

ABB - b,c,d,e

ENV Treatment Systems

instrumentation - b,h,j Response Ashtead Technology - a,b Schlumberger Resource Mgmt. - d,e,f,k

ACI Instrumentation

Filchem Fred Cressman Sales

Soiinst Canada - b,e

Alpha Controls American Sigma AMKO Systems

Southwell Controls - b

Arizona instrument

Summa Engineering -a,b,e,h,j,i Syntec Process Equip. -a,e,g,h,k The Birks Company - k

Arjay BW Technologies

h.

ozone

I. j.

peroxide charge

- a,b,c,d Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c,d,e

American Sigma - a,b,c,d AMKO Systems - a Anachemia Science - a,c,e

Analytical Measurements - b,c

Analytical Technology - a,b,c Aquatic Life - a,b,c Aquatic Sciences - a,c,d Arjay - d Aurum Research - h

D&E Wholesale

Degremont infilco Denso North America

H2FI0W Equipment John Meuniar/US Filter Mandel Scientific

Metcon Sales & Eng. Napier-Reid Pall Corporation Premier Corrosion Protection

Total Safety/HAZCO - a,b TSI Incorporated - a

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

US Filter/John Meunier

Smith & Loveless Stamford Scientific

-f,g,h,i Westech industrial - hj

Stan Mech Agencies Terraflx

Barnant Company - b,c

Trans Env. Systems

Brinkmann

US Filter/John Meunier ZENON Environmental

instruments - c

Campbell Scientific - c,d Can-Am instruments - a,c

Cancoppas - a,b,c,d,e Chemtrac Systems - j Cieartech

Industries - a,b,c

Corning - a,b,c,e Endress + Hauser

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

Technologies - a,c Env. Remediation

Equip. - a,b,c,d,f Etatron - a,b,c Fiuorosense - e

Forestry Suppliers - a,b,c,d

Fryston Canada - a,b,c,d Hach - b,c Hanna instruments

- a,b,c,d HETEK Solutions-d

HE Scientific - a,e indachem - a,b,c John Meunier/US Filter

-a.b.c.d Labcor - a,b,c,d,f Mandel Scientific - a,b,c,d Metcon Sales &

Eng. - a,b,c,d,e Miiltronlcs - d

Nortech GSI - b,c,d Novatech Controls

METER TESTING EQUIP. Arizona instrument

METERS (equipment) a. air velocity b. conductivity c. lysimeters d. reading systems e. recording f. remote reading g.

sewage gas

h. sludge density I. smoke density j. suspended solids k. water consumption I. zeta potential ABB - b,e,f,g,i ABB Water Meters - d,f,k

instruments - b

Peacock-a,b,c,d,f ProMinent Fluid

D&E Wholesale-k

- a,b,c,d

Controls - a,b,c,d,g,h,i ProViro Instrumentation

- a,b,c,d,e Response Ashtead Technology - a,b,c,d Schlumberger Resource Mgmt. - d Southwell Controls - b,c

Summa Engineering - a,b,c Thermo-Klnetics - a,b,c,d

Tytronics -a,b,c,d US Filter/John

Meunier - a,b,c,d Westech Industrial

- a,b,c,d 74

Endress + Hauser - b.ej Env. Remediation Equip. Forestry Suppliers - a,b,e,j Fiuorosense - j Fryston Canada - b Geneq - a,b Geonlcs - b Great Lakes

instruments - b,h,j Hach-b Hanna instruments

- b,d,e,j

John Meunler/US Filter

-f,g,hj

New Mechanical

MEC Systems MEGTEC Systems Metcon Sales & Eng. Paques ADi

Nortech GSI Oil Skimmers

Rusmar

Can-Am Instruments

Sanitherm Engineering

Cancoppas Chemtrac Systems Draeger Canada

Stamford Scientific Tanksafe US Filter/John Meunier US Fiiter/RJ Env. Products

Enviro Rentals Fiuorosense Great Lakes Instruments Hanna Instruments HF Scientific

ABS Pumps Alberta Mequipco Archer Technical Equip.

Wilier Engineering Young Env. Systems

Greatario

H2Fiow Equipment Hayward Gordon

NQISE ABATEMENT SYSTEMS

ATCO Noise Management Eckel Industries Terra Nova industries

Indachem

ITT Flygt J&M Eng. & Sales

Labcor

Mixing Systems Napler-Reid Netzsch

New Mechanical Peacock

Praxair Canada

Pumps & Systems Sanitherm Engineering Service Filtration Smith & Loveless Stamford Scientific T.D. Rooke Associates US Filter/John Meunier WesTech

York Fluid Controls

MIXING EDUCTQRS

Alberta Mequipco Elmridge Engineering GDT Water Process Corp. John Meunier/US Filter

Metcon Sales & Eng. Mixing Systems

Hazmasters

New Pig

Westech industrial

M.J. International Nortech GSI Oil Skimmers Pol-E-Mar Team-1 Env. Services Versatech Products OIL IN WATER DETECTORS Anachemia Science

Arjay

QCCUPATIQNAL HEALTH & SAFETY a. Information

Chemtrac Systems Env. Remediation Equip.

b. products c. auditing AMKO Systems-b

Forestry Suppliers

BOO Gases - a,b

Nortech GSi Novatech Controls

Fiuorosense

Heron instruments

McTlghe industries

CCOHS-a,b

Omega

Cdn. Enviro-Courses - a

ProViro instrumentation

Cdn. Safety Equip. - b

Draeger Canada East River Technologies Env. Remediation Equip. GDT Water Process Corp. John Meunler/US Filter New Mechanical Novatech Controls Praxair Canada Stamford Scientific

US Filter/John Meunier

OZQNIZATIQN

EQUIPMENT

Air Liquide AirSep Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Aurum Research BOC Gases

Elmridge Engineering ENV Treatment Systems Frontenac Environmental

GDT Water Process Corp. Infilco Degremont International Pump Tech. John Meunler/US Filter

Soiinst Canada

Novatech Controls

Integra Environmental - b

Total Safety/HAZCO

Owens Mfg. & Specialty

Interra Environmental

Westech Industrial

Ozonia North America Praxair Canada ProMinent Fluid Controls

- a,b QIL RECYCLING

Metcon Sales & Eng.

M.J. international - b Novatech Controls - b Oil Skimmers - b

Pail Corporation Proeco

RGF Environmental Group Sanitherm Engineering

Pilot Performance - a,b

Utility Service Assoc.

US Filter/John Meunier

Safety Express - b Safety Storage - b Safetyscope - a

OIL/WATER SEPARATORS

PACKAGE EFFLUENT CQNTRQL SYSTEMS

Schneider Electric - b

Alberta Mequipco

Alberta Mequipco

T. Harris Env.

Alfa Laval

BCA - The Clearwater

Management - c Young Env. Systems - b

Aqua Technical Sales

Group

Baker Process

D&E Wholesale

Baycor Fibre Tech C&M Env. Technologies

Degremont Infilco ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment

Sanitherm Engineering

AirSep Alberta Mequipco Aquatic Sciences Archer Technical Equip. Biorem Technologies C&M Env. Technologies

Can-Am Instruments

Ceilcote

Filchem

Blue-Zone Technologies Scott Specialty Gases

BOG Gases

Response Ashtead Technology

QQQUR CQNTRQL

MQLECULAR SIEVES

Air Liquide AirSep Aqua Technical Sales

Enviro Rentals - b Hazmasters - b

Peacock

Service Filtration US Filter/John Meunier

OXYGEN SUPPLY SYSTEMS

Waterworks Technologies

Can-Am Instruments

BW Technologies - b

US Filter/John Meunier

Westfaila Separator

Team-1 Env. Services Thermo-Kinetics

Directrik

Stormceptor

Enviro Vault

Equip. IWR Technologies J.V. Manufacturing

East River Technologies Elmridge Engineering ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Fiuidyne

Service Filtration Smith & Loveless

WesTech

Response Ashtead Technology Scott Specialty Gases

Total Safety/HAZCO

RGF Environmental Group Sanitherm Engineering

Earth (Canada) Corp.

Hi-Point Industries International Reserve

Chemineer

ProViro Instrumentation PS international

QIL CLEAN-UP EQUIP.

ProViro instrumentation

Omega

Nljhuis Water Tech.

Versatech Products

Nortech GSI Novatech Controls

HETEK Solutions

- d,e,f,g,k

indachem John Meunier/US Filter

(service & installation)

KSB Pumps

Can-Am

Napier-Reld

ABB

Filter Innovations General Carbon

- b,e,h,j Alpha Controls - f American Sigma - b,e,f AMKO Systems - ajj Analytical Technology - b Aquatic Life - b Aquatic Sciences - b,f Arizona Instrument - g Arjay - g.j Brinkmann

M. LeBianc & Assoc.

Hydro-Logic Env.

Env. Remediation Equip.

John Meunier/US Filter

BCG Western Water - d,f,k

General Carbon MQNITQRS

Metcon Sales & Eng.

MIXERS/AGITATQRS

iWR Technologies John Meunler/US Filter

Make-Way Plastics McTighe Industries

Labcor

Schlumberger Resource Mgmt.

Hazmasters

indachem

GDT Water Process Corp.

METERS

ACI Instrumentation

Instruments - b,g,] Cancoppas - a,b Control Microsystems Corning - b.j

Omega - a,b,c,d

Thermo-Kinetics - b,e,f

Fabricated Plastics Flichem Filter innovations Frontenac Environmental

Hazco Env. Services

Chemtrac Systems Degremont infilco Earth (Canada) Corp. ENV Treatment Systems Env. Remediation Equip.

Derrick

International Reserve

Equip. John Meunier/US Filter

Metcon Sales & Eng. Napler-Reid

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001


Products & Services National Process Equip. Pall Corporation Petro Sep RGF Environmental Group Sanitherm Engineering

IWR Technologies

g. concrete-pressure

John Meunler/US Filter

h. i. ]. k. I. m.

copper/brass corrugated ductile Iron fibreglass glass-lined jacketed steel

n.

microtunnel

DuPont Canada

DIrectrIk

Env. Remediation Equip. Forestry Suppliers

Frontenac Environmental

Metcon Sales & Eng. M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

US Filter/John Meunler

Napier-Reld National Process Equip. Pall Corporation P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack

0.

polyethylene

Waterworks Technologies

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

p.

pvc

Sanitherm Engineering

q. secondary

Smith & Loveless US Filter/Jet Tech Products

PACKAGE SEWAGE LIFT STATIONS

ABS Pumps Aqua Technical Sales D&E Wholesale Diverse Plastic Tanks Frontenac Environmental

Smith & Loveless r.

US Filter/John Meunler US Fllter/WTC Products Water Works

s. vitrified clay t. u.

Waterworks Technologies

Armtec - i,o,r

WesTech

BCG Western Water - j,o,p Cdn. Pipe Supply - d,o,p,r Centennial Concrete Pipe

Gorman-Rupp ITT Flygt

ZENON Environmental

John Brooks

PARTS CLEANING

John Meunler/US Filter

Safety-Kleen

KSB Pumps Metcon Sales & Eng. Napler-Reld National Process Equip. Owens Mfg. & Specialty P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Sanitherm Engineering Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunler PACKAGE SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales BCA - The Clearwater

Group C&M Env. Technologies Degremont Inflico ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Fluidyne Frontenac Environmental

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env. John Meunier/US Filter

Make-Way Plastics Metcon Sales & Eng. M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

Napier-Reid National Process Equip. Owens Mfg. & Specialty P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack

containment steel

TrI-Y Enterprises

PCB TREATMENT/ STORAGE

Gary Steacy Dismantling GDT Water Process Corp. Harold Marcus Hazco Env. Services

other insulated

Terralog Technologies Total Safety/HAZCO

Barnant Company

Hertz Equip. Rental

York Fluid Controls

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

PUMP REPAIRS

(boots, gloves, goggles, suits, etc.)

BCG Western Water - y,aa Berkeley Pumps - c,f,g,j,k,m,u,y,z,aa BJM Corp. - g,j,v,y

D&E Wholesale

Products

Interra Environmental Labcor M.J. International

ABS Pumps

International Water

Supply

New Pig Praxair Canada

Peacock

Safety Express

Pneu-Tech Systems ProSpec Technologies Pumps & Systems

DIrectrIk - c,d,h,j,n,q,r, s,t,u,v,y,z,aa,bb East River Technologies - a,h,n,p,q,s Elmrldge Engineering

PUMP DESIGN D&E Wholesale

RudI Kovacko & Assoc.

Engineered Software F.E. Myers

Total Safety/HAZCO

Cultec - 0

Indachem

Con Cast Pipe - f Fabricated Plastics - k,p Hancor - o,p Hyprescon - g IPEX-o,p,q

International Water

Supply ITT Flygt

York Fluid Controls PUMP REPLACEMENT PARTS ABBA Parts & Service

Patterson

Aqua Technical Sales

Peacock

D&E Wholesale

o,p,q,u,v,y,z,aa

Forestry Suppliers - f,h,k,o,bb

DIrectrIk

IWR Technologies Trans-Cycle Industries

- a,d,e,h,o,p,r Nemato Composites - k

PIPE DESIGN

Oetlker - b

RudI Kovacko & Assoc. Service Filtration Smith & Loveless

East River Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Gorman-Rupp International Pump Tech.

LE. Washington Sales

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver-h

Con Cast Pipe Engineered Software

Plastic Pipe Institute - o Pneu-Tech Systems - a,d,e,i,l,o,p,r

International Water

Armtec

York Fluid Controls

Supply ITT Flygt

Gorman-Rupp - c,g,hj,q,u,v,y,z

Scarborough Supply Trenchless Design Eng.

Protection - k,o,p,q

PUMP DRIVES D&E Wholesale

Hanna Instruments - d

Premier Corrosion

Labcor

Hancor

National Process Equip.

DIrectrIk

Peacock

Hayward Gordon - c,d,e,g, h,k,n,q,r,s,u,v,y,z

International Water

ProSpec Technologies Pumps & Systems

Indachem

RudI Kovacko & Assoc.

Insitu Groundwater

New Mechanical - all

ProMlnent Fluid

Controls - o,p,q PIPE EQUIPMENT BCG Western Water Fabricated Plastics

Hertz Equip. Rental Hydrastop/Pltometer IPF Associates

New Mechanical

Pneu-Tech Systems Royal Pipe Systems TT Technologies

ProVIro Instrumentation -1

Rehau Industries - p Royal Pipe Systems - bJ,o,p Scarborough Supply - o,p St. Lawrence Cement - f,g Trenchless Design Eng. -t

Supply Labcor

Metcon Sales & Eng. National Process Equip. Patterson Peacock

RudI Kovacko & Assoc. SEW Eurodrlve

LE. Washington Sales

Urecon - u Victaulic

York Fluid Controls

PIPE FiniNGS

PIPELINE INSPECTION

Armtec

Aquatic Sciences Equitas Sewer Services Image Inspection Services The Birks Company

PUMP MOTORS D&E Wholesale

BCG Western Water

Hancor

PLATE SETTLERS

Hyprescon

Alberta Mequlpco

US Filter/Jet Tech

Labcor

Baker Process

Nemato Composites

Degremont Inflico ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment Inflico Degremont

Smith & Loveless

Thordon Bearings L.E. Washington Sales York Fluid Controls PUMPS a. air lift b.

axial flow

c. centrifugal

Indachem

International Pump Tech. International Water

Supply ITT Flygt Labcor

d.

chemical feed

e. f. g. h. I. j. k.

chopper deep well dewatering diaphragm gravimetric grinder groundwater sampling hydraulic jet peristaltic piston plunger positive displacement progressing cavity rotary lobe

National Process Equip.

US Filter/John Meunler

New Mechanical

Waterworks Technologies

Pneu-Tech Systems

WesTech ZENON Environmental

Premier Corrosion Protection Rehau Industries

John Meunler/US Filter

PUMP PROTECTION

Metcon Sales & Eng.

SYSTEMS

TREATMENT SYSTEMS

Royal Pipe Systems Scarborough Supply

I. m. n. 0. p. q. r. s.

M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

D&E Wholesale

t.

screw

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales

Urecon

Nljhuls Water Tech.

DIrectrIk

VIctaullc

Parkson

National Process Equip.

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering

Oil Skimmers Service Filtration

u. V. w. X. y.

self-prlming slurry solar-powered spiral submersible

BCA - The Clearwater

Patterson

Service Filtration SEW Eurodrlve

L.E. Washington Sales York Fluid Controls

Group C&M Env. Technologies

PIPE REHABILITATION Denso North America

D&E Wholesale

Equltas Sewer Services Insltuform Technologies Trenchless Design Eng. TT Technologies

PNEUMATIC LIFT STATIONS

Aqua Technical Sales

Hertz Equip. Rental

PIPING

Smith & Loveless

Insitu Groundwater Contractors International Water

US Filter/John Meunler

L.E. Washington Sales

Waterworks Technologies

York Fluid Controls

a.

aluminum

GDT Water Process Corp.

b.

asbestos cement

POWER QUALITY

General Carbon

box sewers carbon/stainless steel cast Iron

EQUIPMENT/UPS

H2FI0W Equipment Inflico Degremont

c. d. e.

Insitu Groundwater

f.

concrete-non pressure

PRESSURE WASHERS

Contractors

- c,h,n,y F.E. Myers - c,d,f,g,i,m,

National Process Equip.

TrI-Y Enterprises Trojan Technologies

Filter Innovations

Etatron - d

Fabricated Plastics

Netzsch

Fabricated Plastics

Degremont Inflico Ecodyne ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Env. Remediation Equip.

- m,u,v,bb

ENV Treatment Systems - a,c,d,h,n,o,p,q,t,u Env. Remediation Equip.

IPF Associates

Smith & Loveless

PACKAGE WATER

Cleartech Industries - d,h

Croll-Reynolds - m,bb D&E Wholesale - all

Chemline Plastics - q,t

Sanitherm Engineering

Products

BOC Gases - bb Brinkmann Instruments - bb

ITT Flygt National Process Equip.

Service Filtration

& Products - f

- h,n,u,bb

IPF Associates

DIrectrIk

Cdn. Pipe Supply Con Cast Pipe

Sanitaire

Federal Signal Env.

Liebert Canada

D&E Wholesale

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001

PUMP RENTALS Consolidated GIroux

Supply ITT Flygt National Process Equip. Response Ashtead Technology

z. sump aa. turbine

bb. vacuum

cc. variable displacement ABS Pumps - b,c,e,g,j,v,y,z,aa Air Dimensions - h,q,bb Alberta Mequipco - d,r American Sigma - n AMKO Systems - h,bb Aqua Technical Sales - c,o Archer Technical

Equip. - e,l,r,u,y,z

Frontenac Environmental

- d,n,s,y Fryston Canada - d Geneq - k

- c,d,h,o,p,q,u,v,y Contractors - c,f,g,u,y,bb Integra Environmental - c International Pump Tech. - b,c,d,f,g,h,j,l,m, o,p,q,r,u,y,z International Reserve

Equip. - r,v International Water

Supply-f,y,aa Interon - c,i,y IPF Associates - aa

ITT Flygt - c,g,j,v,y,cc John Brooks - c,h,j,q,u John Meunler/US Filter

- a,c,d,e,g,h,j,p,q,r,t, v,x,y,aa

KSB Pumps - b,c,d,f,g,i,v,y Labcor-c,d,h,n,o,q,r, s,t,u,y,z,bb Mandel Scientific - n MEDO USA - h Metcon Sales &

Eng. - c,d,e,h,q,r,u M.J. International - h

Moyno - j,q,r,v Napler-Reid - a,j,y National Process

Equip. - b,c,d,e,f,g,h,j,k,l, n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,y,z,aa,bb,cc Netzsch - g,k,q,r,s,v New Mechanical - a

Nortech GSI - k,r,u Novatech Controls

- d,n,q,u Omega - c,d,h,n,q OMEGA Public Works

- b,c,d,g,n,q,r,y,aa Ontor - y,z Patterson - b,c,aa

Peacock - b,c,d,e,f,g,h,j,n, q,r,t,u,v,x,y,z,aa

Pencon Equipment - s Pneu-Tech Systems - q,s,bb 75


Products & Services Pol-E-Mar-c,l,q,t,y Pro Aqua + Shadrack - e,s,t ProMinent Fluid

Controls - d,n,q,r,cc ProSpec Technologies - b,c,f,g,h,o,p,q,r,s,t, u,y,z,aa,bb Pumpex - c,g,v,y Pumps & Systems - ail Response Ashtead Technology - k,n,y Rudi Kovacko &

Assoc. - b,c,d,f,h,q,s,u, v,y,z,aa,bb Sanitherm

Engineering - c,e,i,r Schreiber Corp. -1 Seepex - d,e,g,j,n,q,r,u,v,z,cc

RECYCLING EQUIPMENT Bonar Plastics John Meunier/US Filter

Scott Specialty Gases Systems Plus

King Metal Fabricators Petro Sep P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales RGF Environmental Group

SAMPLERS & SAMPLING EQUIPMENT

Parkson - a,b,c

P.J. Hannah Equip.

US Filter/John Meunier

Can-Am Instruments

Cancoppas

Schreiber Corp. - a,b,c Spaans Babcock - a,b,c

GemTeck Env. Software

US Filter/John Meunier

RESOURCE RECOVERY EQUIPMENT international Reserve

Genaq

Markland Specialty Eng.

Soiinst Canada-f,k,n,q,y Spaans Babcock-t Summa Engineering - d,h,l,o,p,q

Nortech GSI - b

Nasco Canada Nortech GSI

REVERSE OSMQSIS

Scott Specialty Gases

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

Soiinst Canada Southwell Controls

Equip. Schred-Max RESPIROMETERS

Metcon Sales & Eng. - a.b

ProViro Instrumentation

D&E Wholesale

Summa Engineering Systems Plus Total Safety/HAZCO

-a,c,d,e,g,h,j,p,q,r,

Degremont Infiico Ecodyne ENV Treatment Systems

t,v,x,y,aa

Filchem

SCAOA SYSTEMS

Filter innovations

ABB

H2FI0W Equipment Infiico Degremont Integra Environmental

American Sigma Control Microsystems Donson Eng. & Contracting ENG Env. Technologies

John Meunier/US Filter

Waterworks Technologies

ProViro Instrumentation Schneider Electric

York Fluid Controls

ZENON Environmental

Summa Engineering

Metcon Sales & Eng. Napier-Reid Pali Corporation ProMinent Fluid Controls Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier US Fiiter/WTC Products

- c,d,e,g,h,k,m,n,o,p,

John Meunier/US Filter

Metcon Sales & Eng.

-a,b,c

-a.b.c SCREENS a. bar

b. rotary c. self cleaning d. sewage plant stormwater

f. travelling water g. vibratory h. water plant intake Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h Aqua Technical Sales - a,d,e

Arlat Technologies

- b,c,d

ENG Env. Technologies - a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h

- a,b

Systems - a,b,c,d,e,f,h Frontenac Environmental

- a,b,c,d,f,h

H2FI0W Equipment - a,b,c,d,e

BOC Gases

SCALES

Cdn. Safety Equip.

Alberta Mequipco Cancoppas

Hydro-Logic Env. - a,b,c,d Infiico Degremont

Chiorinators Inc. Cleartech Industries

International Reserve

Enviro Vault

Forestry Suppliers Geneq

John Meunier/US Filter

Environmental Products

Labcor

Forestry Suppliers

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Draeger Canada Alberta Mequipco American Sigma AMKO Systems Analytical Measurements Campbell Scientific

Enviro Rentals

Hazmasters HETEK Solutions

Militronics

Endress + Hauser

interra Environmental Labcor

Omega P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pneu-Tech Systems

HETEK Solutions Labcor

M.J. International

US Filter/Wallace &

Metcon Sales & Eng. Omega Peacock ProMinent Fluid Controls ProViro Instrumentation

Summa Engineering Thermo-Kinetics

Metcon Sales & Eng. MSU Mississauga New Pig Safety Express Safety Storage Safetyscope Scott Specialty Gases Total Safety/HAZCO Trans Env. Systems

RECYCLING BEi Pecai

York Fluid Controls

Fluorescent Lamp Recyciers Gary Steacy Dismantling

SAMPLE CONTAINERS

international Marine

Env. Remediation Equip. Forestry Suppliers

Salvage

Anachemia Science Enviro Vault

Oil Skimmers

Hach

Proeco

Labcor

RPR Environmental

Nasco Canada

Trans-Cycle industries

ProViro Instrumentation

76

Tiernan SCREENINGS

a. compaction b. presses c. washing Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c Aqua Technical Sales - a Arlat Technologies-a,b,c Baycor Fibre Tech - a,b,c

-a,c,d,e,h

Equip.-g - a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

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

Napier-Reid - a,d,f,h Nijhuis Water Tech. - b,c,g Parkson - a,c,d,e

M. LeBlanc & Assoc. - b,c

PS International - b,c

Scarborough Supply

RGF Environmental

Service Filtration

L.E. Washington Sales

Peacock-a,d

Group - a,b,c Smith & Loveiess - c

Stormceptor - c SECONDARY CONTAINMENT Bonar Plastics

Columbia Geosystems Diverse Plastic Tanks Enviro-Tec

US Filter/John Meunier

- a,c,d WesTech - c,d

Westfaiia Separator - a ZCL Composites - b,c SEPTIC TANKS & EQUIPIVIENT

C&M Env. Technologies Cuitec Diverse Plastic Tanks Hancor

Hi-Point Industries

Make-Way Plastics Wastequip Cusco

interra Environmental

Waterloo Biofilter

MakLoc Buildings

Systems ZCL Composites

M.J. International ModuTank

Pol-E-Mar

SEQUENCING BATCH

Safety Storage Spectra Environmental StonCor Group Trans Env. Systems

REACTORS (SBR) Alberta Mequipco

Versatech Products Westeei

SYSTEMS

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales C&M Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment Infiico Degremont

BCA - The Ciearwater

Group C&M Env. Technologies Degremont infiico East River Technologies Eco Process & Equip. ENG Env. Technologies ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Dynamics Fiuidyne H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env. John Meunier/US Filter

US Filter/John Meunier

Schreiber Corp. - a,c

SEPARATORS

Sanitherm Engineering

Smith & Loveiess - b,c,d

a. b. c. d.

centrifugal coalescing gravity hydro-dynamic/vortex

US Fiiter/Jet Tech

e.

inertial

SERVICE CONTRACTING

International Reserve

Equip. John Meunier/US Filter

Nijhuis Water Tech. Sanitherm Engineering

- a,b,d,e,f,h

Sanitherm Engineering

Sanitaire

- a,b,c,d,e

Spaans Babcock - c,d,e,f,h

East River

US Filter/John Meunier

- b,c,d,e

- a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h US Fiiter/WTC Products - h

Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c,d,e

SCRUBBERS/WASHERS

a. atomising

Products US Filter/John Meunier

D&E Wholesale

Equitas Sewer Services

Aifa Laval - a

iPF Associates

Arjay - c C&M Env. Technologies

in Fiygt

- a,b,c

Frontenac

H2Fiow Equipment - a,b,c

- a.c.d Lambourne Environmental

Chemineer Peacock

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

Thordon Bearings - c

Environmental - a,b,c

John Brooks - a John Meunier/US Filter

McTighe Industries - b,c Nijhuis Water Tech. - b,c

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

T.D. Rooke Associates

Systems - a,b,c

Equip. - a IWR Technologies - c

Metcon Sales & Eng. Mixing Systems Napier-Reid Nijhuis Water Tech. P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Peacock - a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h P.J. Hannah Equip.

Technologies - a,b,c Degremont infiico - a,b,c

ENV Treatment

Corp. - a H2FI0W Equipment - b,d Hydro-Logic Env. - a,c,d

SEALS (mechanical)

SEDIMENTATION

C&M Env.

Technologies - a,b,c

GDT Water Process

Metcon Sales & Eng.

ENV Treatment

RECARBONATORS

RECORDERS ABB

Products - a,b,c,d

Environmental Products Fred Cressman Sales Greatario Hassan Steel Fabricators Hazco Env. Services

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

Fiuidyne - d Fryston Canada - a

International Reserve

Degremont Infiico Derrick - g East River Technologies

Systems - a,b,c Filter Innovations - a,b,c

Indachem - b

Enviro Vault

- a,b,c,d

- a,b,c,d,e ENV Treatment

Ontor-d Plasticair Premier Corrosion Protection - a US Filter/John Meunier

D&E Wholesale

Aqua Technical Sales GOT Water Process Corp.

Danatec Educational Services

-a,c

Crechem Technologies - a Earth (Canada) Corp. - b,c ENG Env. Technologies

MEC Systems - a,d

Ceilcote Corrosion Control

Baycor Fibre Tech - b,c,d C&M Env. Technologies

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales

Arjay

indachem - a,c

- a,c

Eco Process & Equip.

US Filter/John Meunier

Croil-Reynoids - c Elmridge Engineering - c ENV Treatment Systems

US Fiiter/RJ Env.

Millennium Control Nortech GSi

Thermo-Kinetics SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Sanitherm Engineering

e.

-c,d

John Meunier/US Filter

- a,c,d,e

Enterprises - q Vanton Pump & Equip. - c,d,g,n,q,r,u,v,w,z Vaughan Co. - c,e,j,l,u,v,y,z LE. Washington Saies-d,j,q,r,s,u Water Works - c,g,q,v

q,r,s,t,u,v,y,z

-a,b,c

Elmridge Engineering Env. Remediation Equip. Forestry Suppliers Fryston Canada

on-line

US Fiiter/WTC Products -1 Vanderbeken

Sales - a,b,c

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

DOCUMENTATION

Rupke Environmental

deflector washers

Crechem Technologies

Clearteoh Industries

b.

Tiernan - d,h,q

- a,b,c

Napier-Reid - a,b,c

REGULATORY

laboratory

US Fiiter/Wailace &

Ceilcote

Arizona Instrument

a.

US Filter/John Meunier

M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

Site Specific Structures

Smith & Loveiess -c,g,q,u,y

- c,f,y,aa,bb Totai Safety/HAZCO - k,n,y,bb

-a,b,c JWC Environmental - a,c

Schred-Max

Service Filtration

T.D. Rooke Associates

b.

c. spray chambers d. spray nozzles Alberta Mequipco-a,b,c,d

Alberta Mequipco American Sigma Aquatic Sciences

Hazmasters HETEK Solutions HE Scientific isco Labcor

- c,d,f,h,q,u,y,z

Hydro-Logic Env. - a,b,c John Meunier/US Filter

Can-Am Instruments

- a,b,c

Peacock

Proeco

Schlumberger Resource Mgmt.

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001


Products & Services SEWAGE GAS EQUIP.

Vanderbeken Enterprises

DRL Env. Services

Alberta Mequipco Arjay East River Technologies

Water Works

Env. Remediation Equip.

Waterworks Technologies

Enviro Rentals General Carbon Novatech Controls Westech Industrial

Westfalla Separator

General Environmental Hazco Env. Services Interra Environmental

WesTech

SHREDDERS/ CDMPACTORS

Arlat Technologies ENV Treatment Systems John Meunler/US Filter

Napier-Reid P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Sanltherm Engineering Schred-Max

Seepex US Filter/John Meunier

Berlle Technologies

SAIC Canada

Scarab Manufacturing

Spectra Environmental StonCor Group

J.V. Manufacturing

ID. Rooke Associates

Technologies SLUDGE HANDLING EQUIPMENT

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Archer Technical Equip. Arlat Technologies Berlle Technologies C&M Env. Technologies Cancoppas Consolidated GIroux Directrik

East River Technologies Elmridge Engineering ENV Treatment Systems Forestry Suppliers H2FI0W Equipment Indachem International Reserve

Equip.

Env. Remediation Equip. Filter Innovations General Environmental Groundwater Services

Hazco Env. Services Insitu Groundwater Contractors Interra Environmental

IWR Technologies Proeco

SAIC Canada Team-1 Env. Services Terrafix Waterline Env. Services

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack Seepex Spaans Babcock

ZCL Composites

Adwest Technologies Air LIqulde Blue-Zone Technologies

Total Safety/HAZCO Zorbit Technologies

IPF Associates Team-1 Env. Services

Cellcote

SPRAY NOZZLES

ENV Treatment Systems

Environmental Dynamics

General Carbon International Reserve

Fabricated Plastics John Brooks

MEC Systems Napler-Reld

John Meunler/US Filter New Mechanical

Ontor

Petro Sep Safety Storage

STAND PIPES

SOLVENT RECYCLING SERVICES New Mechanical Proeco RPR Environmental

Can-Am Instruments Cellcote

Century Group Diverse Plastic Tanks Enviro Vault

Alberta Mequipco Alstor Canada

Greatario STORAGE CONTAINERS

Alberta Mequipco Bonar Plastics Diverse Plastic Tanks

Forestry Suppliers Fred Cressman Sales M.J. International Pol-E-Mar Premier Corrosion Protection

RTS Plastics

Safety Express Safety Storage SEI Industries Terra Nova Industries

Group Crechem Technologies

f.

Donson Eng. & Contracting ENG Env. Technologies

oil removal

Greatario ProMlnent Fluid Controls Tanksafe

Armtec - a,b

Waterworks Technologies

Can-Am Instruments

Westeel York Fluid Controls

- e,f,g Cancoppas-e

Centennial Concrete Pipe & Products - a,d,f,l

D&E Wholesale - c,j Degremont Infiico - a,d,l East River

Nortech GSI

Geneq - e Gorman-Rupp -1 H2FI0W Equipment - a,c,d,f,g,j

THICKENERS a. belt

HETEK Solutions - e

MakLoc Buildings

M.J. International ModuTank

M.J. International Plasti-Fab Provincial Partitions

International Reserve

Safety Storage Site Specific Structures

Interra Environmental -f

AUTOMATIC

^INTERFACE ^CONTROL

48 SHAFT ROAD, REXDALE,(TORONTO)

Frontenac Environmental

ONTARIO, CANADA M9W 4M2

H2FI0W Equipment

(416) 244-4980

Hazco Env. Services International Reserve

FAX:(416) 244-2287

web site: www.sludgecontrols.com

Hydro-Logic Env. - a,b,c,d,g,h,l,j Infiico Degremont - j Equip. - i

Terra Nova Industries

Isco - e

John Meunler/US Filter

Alberta Mequipco Alstor Canada

A.O. Smith Eng. Storage MARKUND SPECIALTY ENGINEERING LTD.

Hancor - b,c,l

The Birks Company STORAGE TANKS

Products

Clemmer Technologies Columbian Steel Tank Co. Concrete Solutions ConVault D&E Wholesale Diverse Plastic Tanks

-b,d,f,g,l,j Make-Way Plastics - b,d,f,g,h McTlghe Industries - f,g,l Metcon Sales & Eng. - j Mixing Systems - j Nortech GSI - e,f,g Oil Skimmers - a,f,g

Milltronlcs

Provincial Partitions

DTE Industries

Nortech GSI

Satety Storage

Envlro-Tec

Netzsch

Oil Skimmers

SEI Industries

Enviro Vault

Nljhuls Water Tech.

Summa Engineering

Fabricated Plastics

Ieam-1 Env. Services - a,f

Oil Skimmers

US Filter/John Meunier

Spectra Environmental Stormceptor

Fred Cressman Sales Frontenac Environmental

Total Safety/HAZCO - e

Team-1 Env. Services

Trans Env. Systems

GLM Tanks & Equip.

Versatech Products

Greatario Hancor

STRAINERS

Interra Environmental

Chemllne Plastics

King Metal Fabricators

Directrik

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

SOIL RECYCLING General Environmental

Pol-E-Mar

Donson Eng. & Contracting

Waterline Env. Services

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier

SOIL REMEDIATION

US Fllter/WTC Products

AirSep

Wyevale Containment Zorbit Technologies

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 200J

Alfa Laval - b

Baker Process - a,b,c

Baycor Fibre Tech - d C&M Env. Technologies - a,b,c,d

Chemtrac Systems - a,b,c,d

Degremont Infiico - c Directrik - d

East River

Technologies - a,d Ecodyne - c ENG Env. Technologies - a,b,c,d ENV Treatment

Systems - a,b,c,d

H2FI0W Equipment - a Hydro-Logic Env. - b,d

M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

Markland Specialty Eng. Metoon Sales & Eng.

b. centrifuge c. gravity d. rotary Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c,d

Frontenac Environmental

Lambourne Environmental

John Meunler/US Filter

Millennium Control

Presto Products - b ProViro

Instrumentation - g PS International - g Sanltherm Engineering - c,d,f,g,l,j Smith & Loveless - d,g,l Stormceptor - a,d,f,g,i,j ID. Rooke Associates - g

Equip, in Flygt

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Fluorosense - e

MakLoc Buildings

LIQUID

IPF Associates

Control Microsystems ITT Flygt

Concrete Interra Environmental

;

Aquatic Sciences GLM Tanks & Equip.

TELEMETERING EQUIP.

Kentain Products

Consolidated GIroux

TANK INSPECTION

Systems - d,f,g,l,j Filter Innovations -f,g Fluldyne - d

J.V. Manufacturing

SLUDGE DEPTH METERS

ZCL Composites

ENV Treatment

Berlle Technologies

Oil Skimmers

GLM Tanks & Equip.

Technologies - d

Hach - k

Nemato Composites New Pig

Enviro Vault Fabricated Plastics Filter Innovations

Cultec - h

Hy-Grade Precast

Can-Am Instruments Endress + Hauser John Meunler/US Filter

Diverse Plastic Tanks

g. oil water separators h. recharger I. sediment separators j. treatment k. other (please specify) 1. pumping Alberta Mequipco - all American Sigma - e Arjay - e

Hi-Point Industries

Hazmasters

TANK DESIGN BCA - The Clearwater

c. flow regulator d. grit removal e. monitoring systems

Interra Environmental

Alpha Controls

Fred Cressman Sales Hassan Steel Fabricators

STQRMWATER a. contaminant removal b. detention

SLUDGE DRYING

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

Filchem

Team-1 Env. Services

STORAGE BUILDINGS Concrete Solutions Enviro-Tec Environmental Products

Waterworks Technologies

SLUDGE - LEVEL CONTROL

Degremont Infiico East River Technologies Eco Process & Equip. ENV Treatment Systems

Hazco Env. Services

SYSTEMS

Oil Skimmers

Env. Remediation Equip.

WesTech York Fluid Controls

SLUDGE DEWATERING

Berlle Technologies BJM Corp. C&M Env. Technologies Chemtrac Systems

Forestry Suppliers

Westeel

Environmental Products

US Filter/John Meunier Water Works

Waterloo Barrier

Baker Process

Waterline Env. Services

Satety Express

Bonar Plastics

Netzsch

Oil Skimmers

York Fluid Controls

SOLVENT RECDVERY

SPILL CONTAINMENT Arcus Absorbents

Moyno

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Pumps & Systems The BIrks Company

Tanksafe

John Meunler/US Filter M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

Nemato Composites

Pol-E-Mar

Smith & Loveless US Filter/John Meunier York Fluid Controls

Frontenac Environmental

Hayward Gordon

TANK CLEANING

Equip.

John Brooks

SITE REMEDIATION BEI Pecal DRL Env. Services

Peacock

Hazco Env. Services

Waterline Env. Services

Services - c

ProMlnent Fluid Controls RTS Plastics SEI Industries

Hazmasters Hl-Point Industries Interra Environmental

Zorbit Technologies

The BIrks Company - a,c

John Brooks

Forestry Suppliers

Proeco RPR Environmental Thermo Tech

Products - a

Nemato Composites Pneu-Tech Systems

Nortech GSI

Lambourne Environmental

Image Inspection

Products

Filter Innovations

IWR Technologies

a. cleaning b. cleaning service c. Inspection d. repair e. upgrade American Sigma - c Federal Signal Env.

Federal Signal Env.

M.J. International ModuTank

SLUDGE DISPQSAL

SEWER EQUIPMENT

BCG Western Water - a,c

SPILL RESPONSE BOC Gases Cartier Chemicals

US Filter/John Meunier

- b,d,f,g,i,|

- a,c,d

Indachem - b International Reserve

Equip. - b John Meunler/US Filter

- a,b,c,d M. LeBlanc & Assoc.

- a,c,d Parkson - c

P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales - a,b,c,d

Pro Aqua + Shadrack - c,d Sanltherm Engineering - a,b,c,d

77


Products & Services Smith & Loveless - c.d

j. k. 1. m.

flow regulating gate knife gate multi-jet

n.

needle

L.E. Washington Sales

0. p. q. r.

pinch plug pressure reducing rotary

WesTech York Fluid Controls

TRADESHOWS Environmental Science &

s. t.

sleeve solenoid

Engineering Magazine Unigiobe internationai

u. telescoping V. tilting disk

Exhibitions Uniiink

ACi instrumentation -t Alfa Laval

ID. Rooke Associates - c US Filter/John Meunier

- a,b,c,d

Vanderbeken Enterprises -a,b WesTech - c

Westfaiia Separator - b

Alpha Controls - o.g.q.t TRAINING BVTAS CCOHS

Gdn. Enviro-Courses Danatec Educational Services Environmental Science &

Engineering Magazine Greenware Env. Systems

Pali Corporation - b Utility Service Assoc. - a.b TRANSPORTATION Harold Marcus RPR Environmental

Equitas Sewer Services iPEX

Trenchiess Design Eng. TT Technologies VACUUM EQUIPMENT

Alberta Mequipco Anthrafilter Media & Coal Brinkmann instruments

East River Technologies Eimrldge Engineering Federal Signal Env. Products

Fryston Canada insitu Groundwater Contractors

Pneu-Tech Systems Wastequlp Cusco VALVE ACCESSORIES ABB

Terra Nova industries US Filter/John Meunier

WASTE DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING

AlrSep

Equip.

Anthrafilter Media & Coal

interra Environmental

Chemtrac Systems

IWR Technologies

WATER QUALITY MONITORS

JNE Chemicals

ABB

Eaglebrook

John Meunler/US Filter

American Sigma Analytical Technology Aquatic Life Aquatic Sciences Arjay Campbell Scientific Cancoppas Chemtrac Systems

Endress + Hauser

John Meunler/US Filter Oil Skimmers

BEI Pecal

Make-Way Plastics Metcon Sales & Eng.

Eco Waste Solutions

MlOX

Gary Steacy Dismantling

Mixing Systems

Hazco Env. Services

M. LeBianc & Assoc.

Interra Environmental

Napier-Reid National Process Equip.

D&E Wholesale

ENV Treatment Systems Hach International Water

Supply JNE Chemicals

D&E Wholesale

TrI-Y Enterprises

Nijhuis Water Tech.

Endress + Hauser

Safety-Kleen

Oil Skimmers

Enviro Rentals

BNW Valve - l,u

Schred-Max

BOC Gases

Terraiog Technologies

Env. Remediation Equip. Fryston Canada

Cdn. Pipe Supply-c,e,k

Thermo Tech

Owens Mfg. & Specialty Pali Corporation Paques ADi

US Filter/John Meunier Water Matrix Water Works

GemTeck Env. Software

WEIRS

Chemline Plastics

Technologies Trans-Cycle industries

Parkson

Geneq

American Sigma Aqua Technical Sales Aquatic Sciences ENV Treatment Systems

- a,c,d,e,k,p,v

Petro Sep P.J. Hannah Equip. Sales Praxair Canada

Hach

Hanna instruments HF Scientific

WASTE REMOVAL EQUIPMENT

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Hydroiab

Fred Cressman Sales

D&E Wholesale - a,b,c,e,

BJM Corp.

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Isco

Geneq

g,j,k,m,n,p,q,r,s,t,u DeZURIK - Copes Vulcan - c,d,e,f,g,h,j,k,i,p,q,s

Eco Waste Solutions

Remediation Resources

Metcon Sales & Eng.

John Meunier/US Filter

Hertz Equip. Rental

Sanitaire

Nemato Composites

Oil Skimmers

Fabricated Plastics - c,d,e

Schred-Max

Sanitherm Engineering Schreiber Corp.

Nortech GSI Novatech Controls ProMinent Fluid Controls

Plasti-Fab

Frontenac Environmental

Wastequlp Cusco

Smith & Loveless

ProViro instrumentation

Smith & Loveless

Summa Engineering

Response Ashtead Technology Total Safety/HAZCO Tytronics

Syntec Process Equip.

- d,l,k,u H. Fontaine - i.u

Hydro-Logic Env. - a IPF Associates

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Associations AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION

CANADIAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

One Gateway Center, 3rd Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 USA (412)232-3444 Fax:(412)232-3450

979 Derry Road E., Mississauga, ON L5T 2J7 (905)565-0380 Fax:(905)565-0346 CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING

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ASSOCIATION

1-6820 Kitimat Road, Mississauga, ON L5N 5M3 (905)814-1160 Fax:(905)814-1158

INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT PREVENTION ASSOCIATION

PL 28 - 250 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON MSB 2N4 KIVALLIQ INUIT ASSOCIATION

P.O. Box 340, Rankin Inlet, NU XOC OGO (867)645-2810 Fax:(867)645-3855 Contact: Luis Gerardo Manzo, Land Mgmt. Officer

Concrete Pipe Association

CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION

MAJOR INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS COUNCIL

178 Rexdale Blvd., Etobicoke, ON M9W 1R3

OF CANADA

AMERICAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

222 W Las Colinas Blvd., #641, Irving, TX 750395423 USA (972)506-7216 Fax:(972)506-7682 E-mail: msaubert@concrete-pipe.org Contact: Mike Saubert, Director of Marketing AGPA is a non-profit organization composed prima rily of manufacturers of concrete pipe and related conveyance products located throughout the United States, Canada and in over 40 foreign countries. The Association provides research, technical, edu cational, legislative and marketing support to pro mote and advance the use of concrete pipe for sani tary sewer, storm drain and culvert applications.

600 - 265 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1S 2E1 CANADIAN WATER AND WASTEWATER

ASSOCIATION (CWWA) 20 - 5330 Canotek Road, 2nd Floor, Ottawa, ON

MANITOBA WATER AND WASTE ASSOCIATION

K1J 9C3 (613)747-0524 Fax:(613)747-0523

1650 Main Street, Winnipeg, MB R2V 4C8

Contact: T. Duncan Ellison, Executive Director NACE INTERNATIONAL CEMENT ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

P.O. Box 218340, Houston, TX 77218 USA

703 - 1500 Don Mills Road, Toronto, ON MOB 3K4

(281)228-6223 Fax:(281)228-6300 Contact: Trevor Eade, Marketing Manager

(416)449-3708 Fax:(416)449-9755 Contact: Sally Moore, Business Development Dir.

NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR CONCRETE PRECASTERS ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO

AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

P.O. Box 278, Marmora, ON KOK 2M0

6666 W. Quincy Avenue, Denver, CO 80235 USA (303)794-7711 Fax:(303)795-1989

(613)472-6039 Fax:(613)472-6192 Contact: Glenn Caverly, General Manager

ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL

OPERATORS INC. (A.E.O.) 1058 Fraserview St., Port Coquitlam, 80 V3G 5H4 (604)942-6504 Fax:(604)942-6504

TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY (NASTT)

700-1655 N. Ft. Myer Dr., Arlington, VA22209 USA (703)351-5252 Fax:(703)739-6672 ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS AND

CONSULTING ENGINEERS OF ONTARIO

TECHNOLOGISTS

405 - 10 Four Seasons PL, Toronto, ON MOB 6H7

404-10 Four Seasons PL, Etobicoke,ON M9B6H7

(416)620-1400 Fax:(416)620-5803 Contact: Don C. Ingram, President

Contact: Paul J. Nicholls, President

ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF SEWAGE

INDUSTRY SERVICES (OASIS) Ptt! L.

P.O. Box 190, Havelock, ON KOL 1Z0 ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPALITIES OF ONTARIO

ONTARIO CONCRETE & DRAIN

1701 - 393 University Ave., Toronto, ON M5G 1E6

CP PA

CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION

6 - 400 Creditstone Road, Concord, ON L4K 3Z3 ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO LAND SURVEYORS

1043 McNicoll Ave., Toronto, ON Ml W 3W6

(416)491-9020 Fax;(416)491-2576 Contact: Murray J. LeGris, Executive Director ATLANTIC CANADA WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

P.O. Box 22159, RPO, Bayers Road, Halifax NS B3L4T7 (902)479-0168 Fax:(902)477-7245

Ontario CORRUGATED POLYETHYLENE PIPE

ASSOCIATION (CPPA) 1825 Connecticut Ave. NW,#680, Washington, DC 20009 USA (800)510-2772 Fax:(202)462-9779 Contact: Rich Gottwald

Whatever you need to know about specifying, de signing or building with corrugated polyethylene pipe, look to the CPPA. Call for FREE technical booklets, brochures and other information.

BRITISH COLUMBIA WATER & WASTE

ASSOCIATION (BCWWA) 342 - 17 Fawcett Road, Coquitlam, BC V3K 6V2 (604)540-0111 Fax:(604)540-4077 Contact: Del Haylook, Executive Director .

DUCTILE IRON PIPE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION

275 Perrin Avenue, Newmarket, ON L3Y 8B2

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ONTARIO CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

Fl. 1 - 5045 South Service Road, Burlington, ON L7L5Y7 (905)631-9696 Fax:(905)631-1905 Web site: www.ocpa.com Contact: Paul Smeltzer, Executive Director ONTARIO GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION

2 - 530 Otto Road, Mississauga, ON L5T 2L5 (905)795-2555 Fax:(905)795-2660 Contact: Sheila Richardson, Executive Director ONTARIO MINING ASSOCIATION

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ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ASSOCIATION

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION ON WATER

OF ALBERTA (ESAA) 1710, 10303 Jasper Ave., Edmonton, AB T5J 3N6 1-800-661-WASTE or (780)429-6363 Fax:(780)429-4249 Web site: www.esaa.org Contact: Jerry Keller, Executive Director ESAA Is a not-for-profit business association with over 250 corporate members dedicated to building a strong environment industry through leadership in technology, human resources, quality improve ment and market development. ESAA manages a Canadian International Development Agency Project - ARPEL PHASE 3,focussing on environmental is sues facing Latin American oil and gas companies.

QUALITY (CAWQ) Environmental Technology Centre,

ENVIRONMENTAL SHEET METAL

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL

LABORATORIES (CAEAL) 300 - 265 Catling Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1S 2E1 (613)233-5300 Fax:(613)233-5501 Contact: Rick Wilson, Executive Director E-mail: n«llson@caeal.ca

Web site: www.caeal.ca

The mission of CAEAL is to help laboratories achieve and demonstrate the highest levels of scientific and management excellence. Programs include accredi tation (with SCO)and proficiency testing.

Environment Canada

ASSOCIATION

3439 River Road South, Gloucester, ON K1A0H3

310-1110 Sheppard Ave. E.,Toronto, ON M2K2W2

(613)990-9849 Fax:(613)990-2855 Contact: Dr. H.R. Eisenhauer, Executive Officer

GREATER TORONTO SEWER AND WATERMAIN CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION

CANADIAN BOTTLED WATER ASSOCIATION

203 - 70 East Beaver Creek Road, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3B2

1501 -110 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M5C 1T4 (416)364-9301 Fax:(416)364-5986 Contact: Barbara Mossop, Mgr. Env. & Eng. Serv.

300 - 5045 Orbitor Dr., #12, Mississauga, ON L4W 4Y4 (905)629-7766 Fax:(905)629-0587 Contact: Sam Morra, Executive Director

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ONTARIO MUNICIPAL WATER ASSOCIATION

1396 Hawthorne Drive, Peterborough, ON K9J 7E9 (705)750-0505 Fax:(705)740-0559 Contact: Jim Craig, Executive Director ONTARIO PRECAST CONCRETE

MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATION

55 Industrial Street, c/o Blue Circle Canada, Toronto, ON M4G 3W9

ospe ONTARIO SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS

1000 - 4950 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M2N 6K1 (416)223-9961 Fax:(416)223-9963 E-mail: info@ospe.on.ca Web site: ospe.on.ca Contact: Valerie Browne, Comm. Coordinator

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Associations

TOWN OF BRADFORD WEST GWILLIMBURY

Continuing to Build The Dynamic Engineering Department Team

which seeks to advance the professional and eco nomic interests of professional engineers, enhance the profession's image, and act as a strong voice for professional engineers in Ontario. ONTARIO WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION A Section of AWWA

The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, located in the County of Simcoe and on the northern fringe of the GTA, is a thriving urban/rurai commu nity of 22,000. The Town recently created a new Department for Engi neering, which encompasses Water, Wastewater and Public Works. We are seeking experienced and highly motivated individuals for the follow ing positions;

45 Twenty Third Street, Etobicoke, ON M8V 3M6 (416)252-7060 Fax:(416)252-3908 Contact: Kendra Brown, Secretary-Treasurer PULP AND PAPER TECHNICAL ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

810 - 740 Notre-Dame 0, Montreal, QC H3C 3X6 RESEAU ENVIRONNEMENT

220-911 rue Jean-Taion E., Montreal, QC FI2R 1V5

Senior Waterworks Operator

(514)270-7110 Fax:(514)270-7154 Contact: Syivain Larammee, Director

The Senior Waterworks Operator reports to the Waterworks Foreman and is responsible for the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the Town's water treatment/ storage/distribution system. The Town's water works system consists of nine (9) groundwater wells at five (5) sites including seven (7) pump houses and two(2)storage standpipes. Treat ment includes disinfection, degasification and iron control. The system has a maximum day design flow of 12,800 mÂŽ/day.

SASKATCHEWAN WATER AND WASTEWATER ASSOCIATION

P.O. Box 547, Assiniboia, SK SOH OBO STANDARDS COUNCIL OF CANADA

200 - 270 Albert Street, Ottawa, ON K1P 6N7

(613)238-3222 Fax:(613)563-7965 Contact: Peter D. Clark, Executive Director SUBMERSIBLE WASTEWATER PUMP

Duties include all aspects of the operation, maintenance and repair of the Town's waterworks system. The duties also include regular sam pling and monitoring activities as well as records keeping and compli ance with all appropriate Acts and Regulations.

The successful applicant will possess a Ministry of the Environment Glass III Waterworks Distribution Operator's license; have five (5) years mini mum experience in a similar operation. Knowledge of computers, PLCs and SCADA equipment and computerized maintenance management systems would be an asset for this position. Possession of a lessor Class license and a strong willingness to rapidly obtain the Class III designation would receive consideration.

Waterworks Operator The Waterworks Operator reports to the Waterworks Foreman and is responsible for the day to day operation and maintenance of the Town's waterworks system.

Duties include all aspects of the operation, maintenance and repair of the Town's waterworks system. The successful applicant will possess a Ministry of the Environment Class 1 (or higher) license for Water Distribution Systems or Water Treatment Systems; have two(2) years minimum experience in a similar operation. Knowledge of computers would be an asset for this position. General Information: The Town offers a comprehensive benefits pack age. Job descriptions are available upon request.

Responses: Resumes of Qualified applicants will be received. In confi dence, by the undersigned until February 9, 2001, and must be in a sealed envelope marked "Confidential" and identify on the envelope the position being applied for. Juanita Dempster-Evans,AMCT,CMM,ClerkAdministrator, Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury, RO. Box 160, Brad ford, Ontario L3Z 2A8. Fax:(905) 775-0153, Inquiries:(905)775-5366.

ASSOCIATION (SWPA) 1866 Sheridan Rd., #210, Highland Park, IL 60035-2545 USA

(847)681-1868 Fax:(847)681-1869 Contact: Charles G. Stoiberg, Executive Director THE PLASTICS PIPE INSTITUTE, INC.

1825 Connecticut Ave. N.W.,#680, Washington, DC 20009 USA (202)462-9607 Fax:(202)462-9779 WATER AND WASTEWATER EQUIPMENT

MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, INC.

(WWEMA) P.O. Box 17402, Washington, DC 20041 USA (703)444-1777 Fax:(703)444-1779 Contact: Dawn C. Kristof, President

Water Environment Association of Ontario WATER ENVIRONMENT ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO

177 - 14845-6 Yonge St., Aurora, ON L4G 6H8 (905)726-1300 Fax:(905)726-2300 E-mail: weao@weao.org Web site: weao.org Contact: Francesca Davino, Exec. Administrator

WEAO and Its members are dedicated to preserv ing and enhancing Ontario's water environment. We work to promote and advance the water environ ment industry; to provide a forum for our members' professional advancement; and to benefit society by enhancing public understanding and promoting sound public policy. WATER ENVIRONMENT FEDERATION

601 Wythe St., Alexandria, VA22314-1994 USA (800)666-0206,(703)684-2400 Fax:(703)684-2450 Contact: Customer Service Department WESTERN CANADA WATER &

WASTEWATER ASSOCIATION

203-301 14 Street N.W., Calgary, ABT2N 2A1 (403)283-2003 Fax:(403)283-2007

We thank all applicants who apply for the position, but advise only those applicants selected for an Interview will be contacted. Personal Infor mation collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, R. S. O. 1990, C.M45 and In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act will only be used for candidate selection. 80

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Infrastructure & Drinking Water

Is your drinking water system at risk? A Strategy for a clean and safe water supply

TheOntario governmenthasre

cently passed new regulations called The Ontario Drinking Water Standards, giving the former Ontario Drinking Water Objec tives the force of law in the province. Effective as of the end of August 2000, it is now mandatory that these standards be met or exceeded. All owners and op

sued to the municipality or owner. To tal compliance with the set of terms and

applied to any new, expansion to, or

conditions detailed in the CCA is man

datory. The MOE has specified submis sion dates, and the engineer's report is to be updated every three years. While

works system. Sampling and analyses Sampling and analysis requirements are set down in Schedule 2 of the regu

there is no cost for the Consolidated C

lation for raw and treated water. A total

of A, thereafter, a review fee will be

Continued overleaf

modification of a waterworks or water

erators of waterworks as defined in the

standards are impacted. If your system uses more than 50,000 litres of water per day on at least 88 days in every 90-day period and serves more than five residences - or is capable of supplying water at a rate of more than 250,000 litres per day and serves more than five residences, you must meet the new regulations. Campgrounds, trailer parks and gas stations can now be impacted.

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tion system or plumbing unless it has been treated with chlorination.

A First Engineer's Report,following the prescribed Ontario Ministry of the Environment's(MOE)Terms of Refer ence, is required. The report will focus on the potential for microbiological con tamination of the waterworks and iden

tify operational and physical improve ments needed. Existing facilities will be compared with the Ontario Drinking Water Standards and Bulletin B 13.3 and

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Infrastructure & Drinking Water of 84 parameters must meet specific standards. Additional requirements or analysis can be required in the Certifi cate of Approval or an order or direc tion under the Act(for example,radionuclides in specific cases will need to be monitored). Typically, analysis is re quired for at least the following param eters:

• Microbiological Escherichia coli or fecal conforms and heterotrophic plate count or total coliform.

•Turbidity. • Chlorine residual in the plant prior to discharge into the distribution system and throughout the distribution system. • Fluoride.

• Volatile organics such as trihalomethanes.

•Inorganics such as arsenic and lead in the distribution system. • Nitrates and nitrites. • Pesticides and PCBs.

Analysis must be provided by certi fied laboratories, and licensed operators must conduct the analysis and operat ing parameters carried out at the water

treatment plant or in the distribution

tification is mandated. When adverse

system.

water quality is suspected, the owner will ensure that an approved warning notice is posted in a prominent location (i.e. community television, radio, house-

Requirements to notify the Medical Officer of Health and the MOE on

analysis made as part of the regulation, order, or direction whenever a para meter exceeds a maximum acceptable concentration(MAC)or interim maxi mum acceptable concentration(IMAC) or is an indicator of adverse water qual ity, are clarified in the new regulation. The notice must be issued immediately and confirmed in writing within 24 hours.

Corrective action must begin imme diately and continue until the adverse water quality is no longer detected. This will normally be accomplished by in creasing the chlorine dosage to at least 1.0 mg/L and continue until a free chlo rine residual of 0.2mg/L is achieved at all points of the affected parts of the dis tribution system and two consecutive sets ofsamples and analysis show no ad verse water quality, or as otherwise di rected by the Medical Officer of Health. Under the new regulation, public no-

to-house calls). The owner of a waterworks will en sure that information is made available

to the public, its customers, on every re port of water quality analysis, approval, order or direction under the Act, and a

report prepared for the owner on the water supply and regulations that apply to its operation. Quarterly reports de scribing the water system,its operation, analyses made, and measures taken to comply with the regulation are required. Municipalities will be required to do this this year as the regulation went into effect August 26, 2000. Any conviction for an offence under the Ontario Water Resources Act that

poses or may pose risks of impairment of water quality of any waters can re sult in stiff fines (in the hundreds of thousands of dollars) for first offences and/or imprisonment. Fines for subse quent convictions can double the first conviction fine.

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We have over thirty years of successful application experience in the Canadian Municipal, Environmental & Industrial fields.

subject is provided. Regardless of what you have been told, it is not possible for public health specialists who monitor water systems or engineers who design systems or pub lic works utilities whose staff operate systems to guarantee a safe and clean water supply. However, we can pro vide the public with reasonable assur ance that the water supply that we have tested is safe, clean and meets the new

An extensive range of plastic valves, piping, strainers, flow meters and

standards that now have the force of

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applications: Chemical Feed systems.

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Landfill Leachate and Methane,

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Drinking water supplies generally originate from either surface water or groundwater;therefore,a defined path way exists from the raw water source to the consumer through which waterborne disease can be transmitted.

Pathogen survival depends on a num ber offactors like temperature and time. Some pathogens will survive for only a short time in water. Others may survive for months; for example, if manure is Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001


Infrastructure & Drinking Water not spread properly, pathogens may be present, wash off fields into the surface water, and impact a water supply down stream.

Bacteria, protozoa, and viruses are the microbiological contaminants of concern and must be subject to rigorous monitoring and analysis. The new regu lations make this mandatory,regardless of whether the system has had a long history of no microbial or toxic contami nant problems. Testing is mandatory and must be followed rigorously. All staff involved need to be trained and fully understand both the importance of their monitoring and testing activities and the necessity of advising the authorities immediately regarding any adverse conditions. These staff are the vanguard of the water op erations, and they must know their du ties thoroughly. Compulsory licensing is now required, as is mandatory train ing of a total of 76 hours per year. The responsibility of the water system's staff in safeguarding public health is para mount.

Sources of Pollution

It is important that a supplier of water knows its water source and does

everything possible to protect it. This includes more than just monitoring and testing. The supplier must understand any factors that could possibly have an impact and have emergency procedures in place to react to potential problems. Potential areas of concern include sew

age and storm sewer discharges and nonpoint source (i.e. runofffrom feed lots). As these factors may have temporal or seasonal effects, sampling for impacts must be vigilantly carried out year-round and be increased during periods of wet

Operators must be trained and continu ously have their skills honed and up graded to make sure they understand the importance of their job and the system they have been entrusted to keep. The key to safe water is to provide "multiple barriers" to microbes that may enter the water supply. Understanding this simple strategy and implementing management and operation procedures to ensure the barriers are intact and

of water-borne diseases and know how

always in place is the job of the public works utility and cannot be done by higher authorities, except after the fact. We will eventually leam what hap pened at Walkerton, but it is highly un likely that this tragic incident would

to deal with them.

have occurred if the water had met the

weather or lake turnover.

Summary Engineers now understand the causes

Our elected officials must also un

derstand they have a responsibility to make sure that they are in place, poli cies and procedures that meet or exceed the new regulations, that adequate fund ing is in place and that they play a part in making sure the public are properly informed on their water supply. Operations is the unsung hero of a

good water supply system and is the most important factor in making sure barriers to disease are always in place.

Ontario Drinking Water Guidelines in place at that time. But there are no guar antees! Even with the new Ontario

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PCB Focus

Accumulation of PCBs and other POPs In Canada's Arctic

The long-distance transport of Persistent Organic Pollutants

(POPs) such as PCBs into Canada's Arctic has caused health and environmental risks to the

indigenous people of that area. A study of sea-food traditionally eaten by First Nations' people of the Arctic has shown that they have markedly high levels of PCBs in their diet. As PCBs have never

been manufactured in the region, these high concentrations cannot be attributed to local sources. Rather,they have been transported from other regions. The excessively high level ofPOPs in Arctic environments has led to research

into the pathways by which the POPs reach the area. Due to the Arctic's cold

climate and geographic characteristics, it is a sink for contaminants such as PCBs,

originating from around the world. The Arctic air mass efficiently trans ports particle-size contaminants across the Pole,from industrialized regions of Eurasia. Semi-volatile compounds are carried to the Arctic by cycles ofevapo ration, transport, and condensation. Rain, snow,ice and dry deposition cap ture the airborne contaminants and pol lute the surfaces on which they settle. Rivers process contaminants by sedi mentation and resuspension of particles. Lakes, estuaries, and deltas act as sedi

ment traps and sinks for contaminants. Melting ice releases its contaminants

into the biologically dynamic shelf seas

The excessively high level of POPs In Arctic environments has led to research Into the pathways by which the POPs reach the area. While the effects of POPs, such as

PCBs in the Arctic are not yet fully com prehended, it is clear that they accumu late in fatty tissues, as they do not break down easily. At the top of the food chain, human beings are susceptible to the highest concentration of these con taminants. First Nations' people who traditionally consume fatty sea mam mals, are particularly at risk. Research demonstrates that the 450 people living on remote Broughton Island in Canada's

Greenland have seven times more con

food chain. Ocean currents serve as an

centrations in their blood than that of

important PCB contaminant pathway as well, capturing water with particle-

than Health Canada's "level of concern"

North American adults; 35 times higher

for women of reproductive age. Infec tious diseases are more common among one year-old Inuit children, who are exposed to high levels of PCBs in the womb.

The clean-up of all PCB and other POP sources is the only preventative so lution for restoring the environmental

Research states that chemicals can take

health of the Arctic, which accounts for

between afew weeks and decades to reach

almost two thirds of Canada's coastiine.

the north. Contaminants are trapped most efficiently in the cold climate of the Arc tic than in any other region of the world.

By Nafysa Lalani, B.Sc., Bennett Environmenal Inc. 84

culty of funding and payment for the safe destruction of the considerable vol

ume of POP contaminated soil, water

and in the North Atlantic. It is from here

into the Arctic within a few years. Although the use of PCBs was pro hibited over 20 years ago in most indus trialized countries, they continue to ac cumulate in the Arctic today. Dr. Frank Wania of the Norwegian Institute of Air

would allow for accretion time of the contaminants in the Arctic. The diffi

and air needs also to be addressed. Un

that contaminants are passed into the

adsorbed and water-soluble contami

liberated. However, such a situation

Arctic contain within their bodies almost

the highest level of PCBs ever found. Inuit adults from Arctic Quebec and

nants from remote industrialized coasts

include the differing in opinion between countiies on how precisely to deal with the existing POPs in the environment. Some countries prefer to see the con taminants "managed" rather than elimi nated. The possibility of a long phaseout period for POPs has also been de

doubtedly, it is necessary that industri alized and developed countries help pay for this cost. Canada has a significant stake, as it is one of the top global re cipients of POPs. For more information, circle reply card No. 135 Introduce your new staff to the Industry! ES&E reaches over

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Urecon pre-insulated pipe has been used across Canada for shallow bury freeze protection since 1972(with or without Thermocable® heat tracing). Other applications include: central chilled water pipe, industrial, mining, etc. We also distribute Logstor Ror (Denmark) pre-lnsulated hot water district heating pipe suitable for serv ice up to 140'G (with or without leak alarm system). Visit our web page

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ages, equipment,as well as stor age, safety and handling data. Particularly applicable to metal recover or refining operations. Contact: www.colgate.ca/javex Colgate-Palmolive

sulting with experts to establish dosage levels and techniques best suited to help control their spread. If you'd like to discuss this prob lem, or be kept informed of the lat est Information, please contact: www.colgate.ca/javex Colgate-Palmolive Canada Inc.

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Contact: www.colgate.ca/javex Coigate-Paimoiive Canada inc.

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Leister welding machines for geomembranes Our Leister line of automatic wedge welders, comblwedge machines and hand tools are used in a wide variety of geomembrane applications where the precise welding control Is re quired as part of the seaming proc ess. Our products provide excellent field performance and superior reli ability. Tel: (905) 828-1400, Fax: (905)828-1056, www.stanmech.com Stan Mech Agencies inc. Circie repiy card No. 195

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Labcor offers reliable OAKTON Instmmentatlon for measurement and con

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duct lines offered include pH/ORP, dissolved oxygen, conductlvlty/TDS, temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, and more. Sample prod ucts Include humidity/temperature dataloggers that record up to 16,000 readings; economical pFI and conduc tivity testers with "C readout; ph,con ductivity, and dissolved oxygen con trollers for water treatment processes; and many others. Labcor Circie repiy card No. 197

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Dryer is an energy efficient system designed to accept liquid, thickened, or dewatered sludges and dry them up to 90% solids, its final product is a uniform granular mixture suitable for easy disposal or land application. The system consists of a transpar ent chamber, mobile electric Mole, ventilator fans, air louvers, climatic sensors, and a microprocessor. The

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Membrane technology for Industrial wastewater ZENON's ZenoGemÂŽ bioreactor

system can retrofit any existing wastewater treatment facility, im mediately Increasing capacity by up to four times. The system in

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Web site: www.makloc.com. MakLoc Buildings Inc. Circle reply card No. 199

The ZENON Membrane

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corporates immersed membrane technology, which assures blomass retention, resulting in a high quality effluent, suitable for direct reuse or discharge.

ZENON Environmental Inc.

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at; www.zenonenv.com.

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Industrial plastics product guide Fabco Plastics has again revised and updated their 464-page Buyers Guide & Engineering Specifications cata logue. This is a comprehensive listing of available industrial products and il lustrates new and technologically ad vanced items. The catalogue also has an extensive 74-page Engineering Reference Section and Chemical Re sistance Chart which will assist mate

rial specialists specifying plastic prod ucts in the chemical, corrosion, and pollution fields. Fabricated Plastics

Classifying & washing system With the Coanda Grit Washing Plant, grit classifying and grit washing are combined In one plant. By using the Coanda ef fect, the process of classifying can be combined with the proc ess of sorting, so that a continu ously high separation capacity and simultaneous optimum washing can be guaranteed. Dagex Inc. Circle reply card No. 203

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fection program for potable water. Dulcometer sensors

provide precise continuous

monitoring of chlorine re sidual (free or total), and RID control via high-precision metering pumps to maintain a safe chlorine residual. Features Include reagent-free sensor technology, menu-driven display, alarm contacts for upset con ditions, and automatic fault diagnostic. Metcon Sales & Engineering Circle reply card No. 204

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Turbidity monitoring systems The ABB Turbidity Systems 4670 Series Is a long-term and reliable instrument with favourable quali ties. It has many features which makes it the most preferred instru ment. A few of the key features include: provides the operator In terface and communications to

other devices, large, easy-to-read display, easy to program and configure, high accuracy, easy installation, maintenance and calibra tion, auto-cleaning, comes with a dry secondary calibration standard which eliminates the need for chemical standards to be produced, ultralow back scatter, reliable sensing. Metcon Sales & Engineering Circle reply card No. 205

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Product and Service Showcase New pipe design manual

ACPA Resource Catalog

Potable water - Portable plant

AGFA'S Resource

Catalog contains a complete list of publications, tech nical documents and other materials

The 13th edition of the Concrete Pipe Design Manual for engineers who select the type, size and strength requirements of concrete pipe, is now available from the American Concrete Pipe Association. The 536-page design manual has been updated to provide the most current tech nical data and design aids needed to as sist engineers in preparing efficient and cost-effective drainage solutions for sani tary sewer, storm drain and culvert ap plications. AGFA Circle reply card No. 206

Multi-stage filter for small systems

The MS Filter is a solution to a small

system's water treatment needs that is simple and inexpensive to operate. There are no pre-treatment chemicals,no mem branes to replace, and yet treatment per formance equals or exceeds membrane or conventional processes. The plant is ideal for serviced populations of less than 1,500. RAL Engineering Ltd. Circle reply card No. 209

used by engineers, consultants,agency and govemment of

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gain a better under standing of drainage products and their applications. The 48-page catalog in cludes an alphabetical listing of manuals, AGFA'S Design Data series, videos, soft ware and other design/application re source materials. Free upon request to AGFA, www.concrete-pipe.org. American Concrete Pipe Association

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Ecodyne Monoplants are pre-engineered and pre-assembled into self-contained water treatment units easily transported and quickly installed. Standard sizes treat from 20 gpm to 500 gpm. Each Monoplant contains flash mixing,flocculation, clarification, and filtration systems. Ecodyne Limited Circle reply card No. 208

T Series™ solids handling pumps

Tank solutions

Because Gorman-Rupp T Series™ pumps are self-priming, they can be mounted high and dry at floor level, with only the suction line down in the liquid. Service or maintenance can be performed quickly and simply with common hand tools and without having to pull the pump. There are no long drive shafts to install and align, no hoists or cranes required, and never any need for service personnel to enter the sump. Gorman-Rupp

Diverse Elastic Tanks offer a full range of product designs, including closed or open top vertical tanks in flat or cone bottom styles, horizontal tanks, contain ment tanks and a complete line of"UN" approved intermediate bulk containers. (IBGs). They distribute the Snyder In dustries line of tanks which have many advantages for bulk storage, processing and transportation tanks. With the wid est selection of sizes up to 22,000 gal lons. Diverse Plastic Tanks

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Package Wastewater Plants

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The new version of FipeFac 2000 in cludes advances such as a new 32 bit

We have supplied Fackage Sewage Treat ment Flants worldwide. The Fackage Flant concept is a low cost, odourless plant, achieving a high degree of treat ment. It is economical, easy to install and operate, reliable, fulfills regulatory requirements and is ideal for any loca tion unable to connect to municipal sewer systems. Sanitherm Engineering Ltd. Circle reply card No. 212

ZENON's ZenoGem'® bioreactor system can retrofit any existing wastewater treat ment facility, immediately increasing capacity by up to four times. The sys tem incorporates immersed membrane technology, which assures biomass reten tion, resulting in a high quality effluent, suitable for direct reuse or discharge. ZENON Environmental Inc.

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operating system for quicker runtime; better help screens; upgrades to the Life Gycle Analysis; and LIVE updates to GAFE's pipe costing tables. Gall the Ontario Goncrete Fipe Association(905) 631-9696, for your free copy or if you have Access 2000 or 2000 Runtime,

download FipeFac 2000 from www. ocpa.com. GGFA

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Product and Service Showcase Denso Petrolatum Tapes

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Proven worldwide for well over 100 years, Denso Petrolatum Tapes offer the best, most economical, long-term corrosion protection for all above and below ground metal surfaces. Requiring only minimum surface preparation and environmentally responsible,Denso Petrolatum Tape is the solution to your corrosion problems in any corrosive environment. For applications in mines, mills, refmeries, steel mills, pulp & paper, oil & gas, and the waterworks industry. The answer is Denso! Circle reply card No. 215

Self-priming pumps

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JetMix!

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Because Gorman-

Rupp centrifugal pumps are selfpriming, they can be mounted high and dry at floor level, with only the suction line

down in the liq uid. Service or

maintenance can be performed quickly and simply with common hand tools and without having to pull the pump. There are no long drive shafts to install and align, no hoists or cranes required, and no need for service personnel to enter the sump. Gorman-Rupp Circle reply card No. 218

Cyanide Removal CyANIDI

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Using sodium hypochlorite(JAVEX-12) to effectively and quickly remove cya nide wastes is detailed. Bulletin reviews

dosages, equipment, as well as storage,

safety and handling data. Particularly ap plicable to metal recover or refining op erations.

Colgate-Palmolive Canada Inc.

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The JetMix Vortex Mixing System can be used in biosolids storage where solids suspension is important. Benefits of us ing the JetMix system include: Intermit tent operation saves 60-90% in power consumption; expensive tank cleanout and scheduled maintenance not required; easily installed in existing tanks; multi ple tank mixing using a central pump house. JetMix was a recipient of a 1997 Innovative Technology Award from the

Greatario Engineered Storage Systems Circle reply card No. 219

Free 4-colour Hertz catalogue featuring over 1,200 used equipment items for sale. Equipment ranges from air compressors to earthmoving, material handling, aerial trucks, and much more! All equipment is listed by make, model, serial number, price, and location. The Spring 2000 catalogue includes information on lowrate financing program as well as details on rental purchase option. Hertz Circle reply card No. 220

Odour Control

Trenchless Technology

Water Environment Federation.

ODOIJ CONTRO

Treating odours with Sodium Hypochlo rite (JAVEX-12) is detailed in a techni cal bulletin. Systems are discussed that dispense a hypochlorite spray to oxidize organic odours. Other topics include: storage and air collection needs. Contact: www.colgate.ca/javex Colgate-Palmolive Canada Inc.

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Insituform Technologies' proprietary trenchless technologies make it possible to reconstruct underground sewers and other pipes without digging or disruption. The Insituform速, NuPipe速,Paltem速, and Tite Liner速 processes are used by wastewater, gas, and industrial customers worldwide. For more information, visit our website at: www.insituform.com.

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ISIJAGGER Hims mm

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For 13 years Jagger Hims Limited has helped our clients solve their problems through the following areas of expertise: • Waste Management • Wastewater

Fine Laboratories is furnished with state-

• Aggregate • Property Assessments • Water Supply

of-the-art instrumentation including Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS),Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS), and high reso lution Mass Spectrometry(GC/HRMS). Our staffing includes professional Ph.D. and Master degreed researchers and ana lysts offering analytical, research and testing services in the chemical and bio logical sciences. Fine Laboratories Ltd. Circle reply card No. 225

• Geotechnics

Contact us for solutions to your problems. Jagger Hims Limited

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HOPE Pipe Technical Book available

American Sigma 900 Series Sampler

The Corrugated Poly ethylene Pipe Asso ciation(CPPA)offers

This

method,structural in

tegrity, recommend ed installation prac tices, hydraulic considerations, chemical & abrasion resistance, and storm sewer applications. The CPPA was created as a resource to provide information about

coiTugated polyethylene pipe. CPPA - Washington,DC

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Inlet Stormceptor^ system

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Submerged Stormceptor® system Developed for sub merged and partially submerged storm sewer pipes, the new Submerged Storm ceptor System em ploys the same oper ating principles as the

line Interceptors. Developed to treat run-off from an area

of up to 0.30 ha, the Inlet Stormceptor

well-known In-line

and Inlet Stormceptor systems. Compared to the In-line system, the Submerged Stormceptor has two

water runoff remains trapped within the storage chamber,even during peak flows. There are currently more than 4,500 units installed throughout North America. Stormceptor Canada Inc.

second drop pipe to enable it to capture oil and sediment during high tailwater conditions. Stormceptor Canada Inc.

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modifications: an extended weir and a

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free or total re sidual chlorine.

all

weather configurations. The basic 900 models provide accuracy and repeatable sample volume under all conditions and include a self-prompting, 24-character alphanumeric display. The 900 MAX is a full-fledged tool with multitasking ca pabilities and powerful, user-ffiendly data analysis software designed for demand ing applications. Hach Company Circle reply card No. 228

the well-known In

ternal by-pass function, ensuring that all

The Hach CL17

plers available in portable, refriger

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complete line of 900

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PWitnl

for the design and analysis of complex hydraulic systems. Accounting for all of the losses generates an optimized design and set of accurate hydraulic results in the system. XP-Rat2000 uses a dual drainage approach and can import ex isting data from various sources. XP Software(Canada)

brochure

showcases

a set of six technical

vantages of corru gated polyethylene pipe. Topics include structural design

Urban Stormwater Design & Analysis XP-Rat2000 uses an advanced interface

Drinking water plants use this instrument to control the

chlorine feed in the disinfection process, control taste and odour, and monitor the effluent residual chlorine. For waste-

water plants, the CL17 is supplied with a self-cleaning bypass Y-strainer and larger tubing and fittings that accommodate wastewater applications. Hach Company

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Introducing the N-Pumps! Years of research

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produced a revo lutionary new pump design that combines high ef ficiency with Flygt's clog-free performance. The N-Pump series feature a radical new hydraulic end design which ensures efficient, clog-free, and troublefree pumping over extended periods. The result is improved operational economy due to less downtime,dramatically reduc ing the total life cost of the installation. ITT Flygt

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Product and Service Showcase Jet Systems

Response Training

Environmental Preparedness Assessments

Features:

• location-specific observations, Jet Aeration, Jet Mixing, SBR Systems manufactured by Mixing Systems, Inc. Jets are both versatile and effective. Sys tems are custom designed to satisfy var ied process demands and tank sizes. Mixing and oxygen transfer independ ently controlled. Energy efficient, low maintenance, no in-basin moving parts. Liquid depths from 15-60 feet. Mixing Systems, Inc. Circle reply card No. 233

Spill Management offers on-site, loca tion-specific, all-risk and all-hazard re sponse training for chemical spills using hands-on training and classroom instruc tion to meet your ISO 14001 and/or EMS requirements. Other interactive work shops include: emergency response plan ning and the testing/practicing of ER plans. Spill Management Inc. Circle reply card No. 234

Magmeter for high velocities and/or large pipes

Flowmeter uses digital doppler radar

• recommendations for action.

By combining dig ital doppler radar velocity sensing technology with ul trasonic pulse echo level sensing, FloDar remotely meas ures open channel

Marsh-McBimey's Multi-Mag product line offers a new, high strength probe de signed for high velocities and large pipe

flow. The sensor is

sizes. The new insertable multi-electrode

positioned above the flow, thereby eliminating fouling

sensor is ideal for pipe sizes 36"-120". An array of electromagnetic sensors are stra tegically located on the insertable probe that spans the entire pipe diameter. This probe detects and compensates for shift ing profiles. Marsh-McBirney,Inc. Circle reply card No. 236

and other problems where the sensor is immersed in the flow, according to the company. Flo-Dar provides the user with highly accurate flow measurements un der a wide range of flows and site condi tions. Marsh-McBirney,Inc. Circle reply card No. 237

ISO 14001 Systems Environmental Man

Chemical and hazardous

material containment buildings

agement has tradi tionally been seen as just another expense, however, corpora tions now recognize that taking a pro

the demands of customers; and more.

SGS Group

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• review issues by group, • supplement reports, • excellent planning tool. Senior consultant. Cliff Holland has over 20 years of hands-on experience at re

sponding to and training for large and small volume spills. Spill Management Inc.

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New life for aging tanks

More companies are turning to flexible PVC liners to extend the life of aging chemical storage tanks. The liners are manufactmed to line tanks made of wood,

steel, FRF or concrete. The high quality PVC liners are resistant to chemical at

tacks and will provide years of service. Each liner is prefabricated in one piece and all seams are electronically welded and are not affected by tank expansion and con traction. Kentain Products Limited

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Asbestos Trakker Version 2.4 The Trakker is a state-of-the-art as

bestos management software program that can be net worked between the

active stance on environmental issues can

be both ecologically and economically beneficial. The benefits of implement ing an ISO 14001 and registering your Environmental Management System are: Reduced raw material usage,energy con sumption and waste disposal costs; heightened company profile and credibil ity; potentially lower incidence of regu latory reporting and/or auditing; meeting

Benefits:

Terra Nova Industries is a leading manu facturer of thousands of quality selfframed metal buildings, since 1987. Manufactured products include Chemi cal Containment Buildings either stand ard size, or custom ordered, along with numerous options. Skids can be provided upon request. Terra Nova Industries Circle reply card No. 240

facility manager, construction department and health and safety officials through yoirr local network server system. The Trakker system is ex tremely user-friendly; compatible with all Windows-based programs; has a search function that can retrieve a room's survey results in seconds; multiple buildings or wings can be included in one program; has a link-up feature that will allow other department managers to view the Trakker survey findings; and more. T.Harris Environmental Management Circle reply card No. 241

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Product and Service Showcase Accurate chlorine measurements

The AccuChlor system is based on the EPA approved amperometric test method. The construction of the measuring cell provides stable and repeatable measure ments from extremely low ppm ranges to as high as 50 ppm for free or total chlo rine. The AccuChlor system uses 5% food grade distilled white vinegar for pH adjustment. Summa Engineering

Total Suspended Solids Analyzer

Economical Interface

The Model 7011ATSS Analyzer is a dig ital readout processor controlled system. It can be supplied with a range of sen sors without requiring special analyzer setup. The analyzer can be calibrated in

The Royce Model 2505 provides all the capability found on previous models in

Level System

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for calibration is not required. Common applications for the new TSS system are in the continuous monitoring and control ofTSS in aeration processes. Cancoppas Circle reply card No. 243

the 2500 Series. It has a digital display corresponding to the type of interface the operator has selected to monitor. This includes a variety of interfaces shown to be required in the waste treatment indus try. The ability to see the complete set tling conditions of the tank has been re tained. Cancoppas Circle reply card No. 244

Sewage waste grinders

Self-cleaning dissolved

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that improve flow performance and increase solids

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The Model D53 is a full-featured, dis

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solved oxygen analyzer offering a sec ond sensor input to enable independent monitoring and control of two GLI mem

tioned close to the cutters of the unit.

JWC Environmental

brane sensors. It includes an RS-232

output, optional HART communication capability and is provided with four fieldconfigurable relays. GLI International, Inc.

loveless.com/ videos.html. Viewers can learn how Smith

& Loveless' patented flat bottom PISTA grit chamber separates the grit from the organics and water in Part 1. Part 2 dem onstrates how the patented flat bottom PISTA Grit Chamber works. Part 3 illus trates how the PISTA Grit Concentrator

and PISTA Grit Screw Conveyor work. Smith & Loveless,Inc.

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Geodesic domes & fiat covers

HOPE Enviropans system

New BTE Pump/Mixer

The Ultraflote Ultradome trademark is

now available in the Batten Quad Seal design. Ultraflote, established in 1972,is an intemational leader in the design, manu facture and installation of geodesic domes and flat covers. Ultraflote's attention to detail has been instrumental in the success

of dealing with difficult applications requuing specific engineering and construc tion know-how and experience. Donson Engineering & Contracting Circle reply card No. 248

The Century Group's HDPE Enviropans system meets best management practices when it comes to state-of-the-art railroad

spill collection systems. The HDPE Enviropan has become widely accepted by railroads, military facilities, light rail transits and industry in assisting them in meeting their corporate goals of being good stewards of the environment. The system features the patented closed drain system. Century Group

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seepex. Inc. has developed and intro duced a new type of open hopper pro gressive cavity pump which incorporates a high volume auger and induction cham ber into the pump design. The unit can be used to pump filter cakes from presses or centrifuges; or, it can be used to mix powders or solids into liquids to form pastes or putties. The pump can handle viscosities to 700,000 cps, paper stock to 12%, and sewage sludge to 32% solids, seepex. Inc.

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Product and Service Showcase Monitor for liquid leaks

Oil in water monitor

The 9830-LPS from Arjay uses a capaci tance technology to monitor for liquid leaks in normally dry locations. Up to

For industrial and municipal measure ments of hydrocarbons in water, Arjay offers the FluoroCheck 2000. Using the selective and accurate technology offluo

three sensor pucks can be used with one control unit to provide zone monitoring of large areas. Each puck can be up to 6 metres(20 feet)from the centrally located PMC (Pulse Monitor Circuit). Any liq

Completely destroy RGBs

rescence, this instrument has been de

construction material can be sensed.

signed for quick and easy readings with its automatic sample read feature. Once the unit has been initiated to your site through a simple calibration, prepared samples are inserted into the unit and the rest is taken care of automatically.

Can-Am Instruments Ltd.

Can-Am Instruments Ltd.

uids that are compatible with the puck

Gary Steacy Dismantling Ltd.is the only

Ministry of Environment approved final destruction/incineration facility in On tario. Here, we completely destroy PCBs in an environmentally safe manner, us ing no hazardous chemicals or solutions which themselves require destruction. We are capable of destroying and have safely and totally destroyed or recycled waste electrical equipment from Askarel transformers to light ballasts. Gary Steacy Dismantling Ltd.

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Cathodio protection/corrosion

On-line turbidity monitor

Centrifugal blowers

control

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Interprovincial Corrosion Control, the Canadian Distributor of the MAXMAG

Magnesium Anode, offers customized services throughout the process of cathodic protection/corrosion control, in cluding initial surveys,system design,en gineering services, follow-up monitoring and system maintenance. The MAXMAG

Turbidity monitoring is standard practice in most drinking water systems, many wastewater plants, and a variety ofindus trial water treatment processes. For pro duct water quality, turbidity monitors pro vide an indication of the amount of sus

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pended particles in a water sample. ATI's new Series A15/76 Turbidity Monitor is designed for a variety of monitoring re quirements,including measurement oftur bidity values from 0-4 NTU to 0-4000 NTU. Analytical Technology,Inc. Circle reply card No. 255

Trace element analysis

Ozone Generation Systems

is manufactured to meet ASTM Standard

B843-93, Grade MIC. Interprovincial Corrosion Control

Hoffman Multi-stage Centrifugal Com pressor and Exhausters are available for requirements to 45,000 CFM, at dis charge pressures to 25 psig or 19" Hg vacuum for air and gas service. Hoffman centrifugals have been operating with utmost reliability and efficiency in many diverse applications such as sewage aera tion, combustion drying, agitation, fluidizing, oxidation, vacuum cleaning, cooling and pneumatic conveying for more than 90 years. Hoffman Industries of Canada

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Chlorine dioxide systems

The most recent

itoimc

)ectro,^opy

issue of Atomic

Spectroscopy(Vol ume 21, No. 4) contains six papers on the practical as pect of trace ele ment-analysis, includng applica tions for Hydride Generation Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometry(HG-GFAAS), Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (FAAS), Graphite Furnace Atomic Ab sorption (GFAA), Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) and Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectroscopy(ICP-OFS)tech niques. PerkinElmer Instruments

Generation Systems offer effective means of ozone treatment to suite a variety of applications. Offering production rates up to 720 grams per hour, the Bono Zon unit offers added safety using a vacuum based generation technology producing a guaranteed 2% concentration using ambient air supply. The unit is PEG con trolled and offers a operator-friendly "Mimic Display" to demonstrate opera tion efficiency. ProMinent

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ProMinent's Bono Zon and OZVa ozone ProMinent Bello Zon chlorine dioxide

systems use a chlorine free technology to safely produce chlorine dioxide with out introducing trihalomethane precur sors to the treated water stream. The two

chemical process offers generation rates up to 6 kg/hour. ProMinent utilizes their own chemical metering technology to guarantee safe and reliable generation of chlorine dioxide to meet various disin

fection requirements. ProMinent

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Product and Service Showcase Chlorine dosing packages

Wet well mounted pump stations

ProMlnent has supplied many chlorine dos ing plant installations and retrofits. With

Smith & Loveless now offers the

unique Wet Well Mounted Pump Station for industrial process wastewater applications. The Wet Well Mounted Pump Station, the premier factory-built pump station that revolutionized the municipal sector because of its quality pump construction, operator-friendly design and long service life, is now available with components, piping and valves conducive to astrin gent industrial waste streams. Smith & Loveless, Inc. Circle reply card No. 260

their wide range of experience in the field of chlorination, ProMlnent has the exper tise you need to implement new and up grade existing equipment. ProMlnent can satisfy the largest range of feed require ments from less than 1 litre per hour, to over 1,000 litres per hour, by using stand ard ProMlnent designed and built packaged solutions for chlorine feed. ProMlnent

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New Type 56 Butterfly Valves

UV Light Disinfection System

The Type 56 is the new, updated ver

ProMinent's Dulcodes UV Light Disinfec tion System utilizes a number of unique key operator interfaces to demonstrate the effectiveness ofthe UV Disinfection Stage.

sion of the Chemline TB Series but

terfly valve. External metal parts have been eliminated. The new

handlever is easier to operate, allows for finer flow adjustment and is now lockable. The "top-flange" of the

Its advanced control mechanism monitors

ing. Chemline all-plastic butterfly valves are available up to 24".

bulb efficiency, trends in UV light dosage, and hours of operation to allow for appro priate scheduled preventative maintenance on the unit. UV light dosage is continually monitored using ProMinent's UVB intensity sensor mounted on their 316 Stainless

Chemline Plastics

Steel radiation vessels. ProMlnent

valve and shaft now has standard ISO

dimensions for easy actuator mount

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Ecosystem Restoration

Burnaby Lake pilot project proves feasibility of lake dredging

BumabyLake Regional Nature Park comprises 280 hectares

in the Still Creek - Brunette

creeks from surrounding urban areas. In 1972/73 the lake was dredged to facili tate the rowing course for the 1973

ronmental rejuvenation. The study rec ommended that the City undertake a pi lot-scale dredging program, prior to ini tiating any full-scale dredging opera

River Watershed in Bumaby, BC. The park has high ecological value,

Canada Summer Games.

Since the 1973 dredging,the lake has

tions, in order to collect more informa

and consists of wetlands, low-land for

continued to fill with sediments. The

tion that would allow a better under

standing of the technical feasibility, eco nomics,and environmental implications of dredging Bumaby Lake.

est and Burnaby Lake. Numerous

City of Bumaby commissioned a study

creeks flow into the lake, which acts as

in 1997 to assess the environmental im

a sink for sediments transported by the

plications of dredging the lake for envi

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Ecosystem Restoration The main objective of this program was to conduct a short duration,but high

production capacity, sediment dredging and processing operation that would allow for sufficient data to be collected.

Associated Engineering was respon sible for evaluation ofsediment dewater-

ing technologies, completion of a con tractor prequalification process, tender documents,contract administration,and

report preparation. Technical feasibil ity of a potential full-scale dredging pro gram was assessed,considering method, feasibility and impacts of dredging, dredging rates, environmental impacts, process and implications for on-site sediment dewatering, and off-site sol ids disposal constraints Trimax Residuals Management Inc., retained as the project contractor, was responsible for the dredging, sediment dewatering, and water treatment opera

A silt curtain encircling the dredging site proved successful in preventing sediment migration down the lake. Lake water samples were collected on a daily basis and analyzed for turbidity, TSS, pH,conductivity and dissolved oxygen in order to determine dredging impacts. Dewatered sediment samples were tested for metals and hydrocarbons. To confirm that residual polymer (used to enhance the solids capture of the centri fuges)in the effluent would not be toxic to aquatic life, bioassay toxicity tests

were performed on Daphnia magna and Rainbow Trout organisms. The dredging and sediment process ing methodologies and technologies used in the pilot-scale project success fully demonstrated the technical feasi bility of this type of project. Similarly, in terms of environmental impacts to Burnaby Lake, the pilot-scale project was successful in mitigating potential impacts to allowable levels. For more information, circle repiv card No. 136

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course of action."

The pilot dredging project removed approximately 2500 cubic metres of sediment from the lake with an auger suction dredge. The sediment-water slurry was then pumped to the dewater ing site where the coarse organic mate rial was separated from the slurry with

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Pumping

ITT Flygt wins energy efficiency awards

The2000 Natural Resources Canada,Energy Ef i

ciency award was presented to ITT Flygt for N-Pumps Sustained Efficiency in Raw Sewage. Categories included: equipment and technology, building, housing, media and student competitions. ITT Flygt's N-pumps won the equipment category. The N-pump series features a radical new hydraulic end design which ensures efficient, clog-resistant, and troublefree pumping over extended periods. The result is improved operational economy due to less downtime,dramatically re ducing the total life cost of the installation. Its unique, self-cleaning design produced an award-win ning performance: •75% to 80% hydraulic efficiency at Best Efficiency Point, even in fluids with a high solids and fibrous content. • Clog-resistant operation. • At least 15% to 20% reduction in power consumption, in field testing with over 100,000 hours in operation. Commenting on the award, Michel Bakhos,P.Eng., Gen eral Manager,ITT Flygt, Canada, said: "Engineers, opera tors and manufacturers have been expending considerable resources in their efforts to reduce energy consumption in

sewage pumping installations, by using "higher efficiency components", or by adding new hardware, such as variable speed drives. In some instances, increasing the efficiency of the components, or adding the variable speed drive, has

Left to right: Dr. Peter Harrison, Deputy Minister, Natural Resources Canada; Michel Bakhos, General Manager, ITT Flygt, Canada; Donald Gardner, ITT Flygt, Ottawa branch manager.

produced the desired results. In other cases, however,it has resulted in frustration and disappointing results. "The N-pump has been tested, together with two widely used sewage pumps, over nine months in two existing raw sewage pumping stations. The actual performance of the three different impeller designs has been logged and the re sults show very high energy savings, up to 52%, with the new impeller design when han dling media laden with soft sol ids as compared to the clear wa

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ter test results.

"The N-pump hydraulic de sign was the result of several years of research and tests to in vent a non-clog effluent pump ca pable of handling raw effluent such as municipal sewage. "The new design incorporated back-swept vanes and a relief groove, practically eliminated possible clogging with stringy material and the design was optimized to increase operating efficiency. Other qualities of the new design include: elimination of wear rings, balanced impeller for longer bearing and seal life, lighter weight, and the achieve ment of a wider specific speed range.

"Energy savings in clear water were easily calculated and tested, however,the main energy savings are achieved when oper ating in real wastewater applica tions," said Mr. Bakhos.

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Wastewater Treatment

Ontario resort upgrades Its wastewater treatment facility

Fern Resort,established in 1895

and owned and operated by the Downing family, is a quaint year round getaway,located on

the south eastern shoreline of Lake

Couchiching, on Rama Road,four kilo metres north of Atherley, Orillia. The resort, has 102 rooms and suites,

which can accommodate approximately 300 guests with a staff complement of approximately 60. The guest units and other buildings including the main inn and kitchen, the recreational centre and

the laundry facility were originally serv iced by individual septic systems. In 1975, a large communal septic tank and tile field were installed, but

after a few years of operation, the tile field failed, and it was decided to build

a single cell, facultative lagoon. The 1980 Certificate of Approval for the lagoon required seasonal discharge with effluent phosphorus concentrations of less than 1.0 mg/L. A requirement also

Fern Resort wastewater treatment plant.

existed that a second cell be provided, if the existing tile field could not handle the temporary flows of sewage, when the lagoon was being emptied. In the mid 1980s,Fern applied to the

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MOE for an expansion of the lagoon,to service up to 600 persons. The MOE responded to the application, noting that effluent requirements of 10 mg/L Continued overleaf

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Wastewater Treatment

Proposed effluent criteria, which became the requirements of the new Certificate of Approval were: Non-Compliance

(mg/L)

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BOD,

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BOD5 15 mg/L TSS & 0.3 mg/L TP, would be imposed, with any expansion. In addition, the use of the tile bed sys tem was to be discontinued.

The project was put on hold until the mid 1990s, when the lack of an alterna

tive treatment or storage facility, that could be used when the lagoon is being discharged, became an issue. Expansion alternatives were again considered, in cluding optimization of the lagoon,con version to a mechanical plant with dis

Peak flows can be retained in the bio-

reactor, utilizing vertical equalization vol umes. However,the permeate pumps can be adjusted, such that flows up to 2.5 x ADF can be drawn through the mem branes, for short periods of time. Efflu ent is discharged continuously, as resort flows permit,through an in-line,enclosed Trojan UV disinfection device to Lake Couchiching, via Sucker Creek. About 20% of the permeate flow, is taken off to be used as backwash for the membranes.

Backpulsing is carried outautomatically at a rate of 30 sees every 15-30 mins. In addition, air is constantly bubbled up through the membranes, to assist clean ing. Positive displacement aeration blowers and compressors are housed in a separate room of the building along with the alum and chemical buffering equipment. The plant was started up in June 2000, and is believed to be the first per mitted membrane wastewater plant in Ontario.

Mixed liquor was wasted from the membrane bio-reactor after approxi mately four months when the MESS concentration reached approximately 19,000 mg/L, and was disposed of at a local municipal treatment plant. The membranes have had to be

cleaned once in the first three months,

The membrane bio-reactor which is

but it was later determined that the loss

housed in a single storey building ap proximately 8 m X 10 m, consists of a poured concrete anoxic chamber, three

of permeate suction was due to clogged

aerobic chamber contains three mem

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about 0.5 m above the membranes.

charge, and a spray irrigation system. Again the project was shelved until De cember 1998, when a proposal was dis cussed with the MOE to provide a new treatment technology, that being a mem brane bio-reactor utilizing the patented ZenoGem''''^ process. The project proceeded on that basis, with the plant being designed for an Average Daily Flow of 163 mVd,to ac commodate the sewage flow from ap proximately 500 persons at 325 L/c/d. The project includes an upgrade of the existing pump station, located at the re sort and the provision of the new mem brane treatment facility located in a small building, near the lagoon. The pump sta tion upgrade includes the provision oftwo Myers constant speed grinder pumps which also provide fine screening, a ne cessity for the membrane process.

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membrane module air headers. This was

concluded to have happened after the cleaning air had been turned off inad vertently, during the early start-up days. Certificate ofApproval requirements in respect of the plant effluent, are all being met at the present time. The plant was built by Aknor Con struction of Orillia at an approximate cost of $650,000. For more information, circle reply card No. 155

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Research & Development

Ro-Flo® Rotary Vane Gas Compressors Where oil and

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water mix Under normal conditions, oil and water don't mix. But "near-critical" water -

very hot but still liquid water at tempera

tures of 250° to 300°C and pressures of 1,000 psi - can be a good solvent for both salts and non-polar organic com pounds, including oils. This makes or dinary water an ideal reaction solvent for certain chemical processes. Researchers at the Georgia Institute ofTechnology are studying a wide range of chemical processes in search of ap plications in which the special proper ties of this "near-critical water" might provide both economic and environmen tal advantages. Their work could lead to replacement of traditional organic solvents in certain specialty chemical processes.

A full complement of Ro-Flo rotary sliding vane type gas compressors is available to suit your specific digester gas handling needs. Offered in single or two-stage configurations, these compressors are uniquely designed to provide extended operating life while handling a variety of dirty, corrosive gas mixtures. For

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Details of the work were presented at the 1999 American Chemical Society national meeting in New Orleans. Certain types of chemical reactions operate well in near-critical water, and would be top candidates for the new process, he said. Use of water as a sol vent could also be attractive for proc

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esses in which all traces of hazardous solvents must be removed - such as in

pharmaceutical manufacturing. "Water is about as ideal a solvent as

you could imagine," Eckert noted. "Not only is it benign, but the public percep tion is that it is benign." Both the be

nign nature of water and its potential as a powerful solvent depend on its unique system of hydrogen bonding. As water is heated, its normally strong hydrogen bonds weaken, allowing dissociation that forms acidic hydronium ions and basic hydroxide ions. At the near-criti cal stage, the amount of dissociation is three times what it would be at normal

temperatures and pressures. "Simply from the dissociation of water into acidic and basic ions, a much larger amount of acid and base is present in near-critical water," Eckert explained. "We can use these to run acid-catalyzed and base-catalyzed reactions without the addition of mineral acid."

Near-critical water has properties similar to those of polar organic solvents like ethyl alcohol or acetone. Its dielec tric constant drops from 80 to 20, and its density drops from one gram per cu bic centimeter to 7/10 gram per cubic centimeter.

For technical information, contact: Dr. Charles Eckert,(404)894-7070. Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2001

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Industrial Wastewater

Refinery chooses blofllm reactor process

A well-known Texas refinery

for wastewater

wanted to update their wastewater treatment plant without incurring the costs of totally redesigning the plant and pur chasing all new equipment. A consult ing firm advised that they use existing tankage by incorporating the Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor process(MBBR). The MBBR process utilizes tiny, polyethylene biofilm carrier elements to provide a home for a vast, highly active bacteria culture. The elements are kept in constant motion throughout the en tire volume of wastewater, resulting in uniform, highly effective treatment, ac cording to the manufacturer. The flexible reactor design allowed

This allows the site to backwash the dual

the refinery to use their existing tank age, while increasing their treatment plant's ability to process higher organic loads. The reactor was used for rough

media sand filters just once a day,down from two to three times per day. Efflu ent COD load being discharged from the facility was cut in half,from 4,000 lbs./

Once operational, the overall ammo nia-nitrogen concentration/load dis charged from the facility dropped dra matically, from 200 Ibs./day to 25 lbs./ day. ing organics to remove BOD. A clariClarifier effluent turbidity also drop fier and dual media sand filters com ped from 30-40 National Turbidity Units pleted the treatment process. (NTU)to consistently less than 15 NTU.

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Instrumentation

High-tech wastewater system for ice cream firm

Chapman's Ice Cream in Markdale, Ontario, is a

family business. Since its beginnings as a small creamery in 1971,it has grown to a multi-million dollar business producing ice cream products un

der its own brand name and others, such as President's Choice.

Ice cream production uses a lot of water, most of it in cleaning, which is carried out on a regular basis in the pro duction cycle. The waste stream consists mostly of water, milk solids, sugars,flavourings and cleaning chemicals. Last year the owner decided it was time for the company to be treating its own wastewater, rather than sending it to the municipal system. He contracted the design and engineer ing of the new wastewater treatment facility to Elmira Pump Company, and gave owner Jim Germann, instructions to build a first rate system. Jim decided to use Endress -i-Hauser instruments for all measuring points in the new plant. From the main plant the wastewater is held in a collec tion pit before being piped to the new facility. Here it goes into a 16 foot, 12,000 gallon surge tank which acts as a hold ing system to even out the flow. The level in the surge tank is measured by Prosonic T ultrasonic level transmitters. In the next stage, the wastewater is pumped by variable speed drives to a neutralization tank where coagulant and polymer are injected to start the precipitation process. Caus tic soda and sulphuric acid are added to neutralize the wastewater. This 12foot tank contains an aggressive mixer. E+H analysis instruments measure turbidity and pH and control the amount of chemical to be added. Level is again measured by Prosonic T. Levels in the coagulant and poly mer tanks are measured with Multicap T capacitance probes. Wastewater is then pumped to the DAP (dissolved air flotation clarifier) where air is injected under high pressure causing bubbles to be trapped in the flocculant which then

Tony Germann checks a pump on the coagulant tank. Multicap T capacitance probes measure level.

rises to the surface. A scraper at the top of the DAE re moves the foamy solids which are collected in a holding tank. The resulting effluent is pumped to a holding tank where pH and turbidity are again measured before release to the municipal sanitary sewer. If the effluent is not in compliance, an alarm causes the system to reject the final discharge and the effluent is recycled through the process. All measurements are relayed to a PEG and control panel in the wastewater facility.

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Infrastructure

Standard Installations becoming new concrete pipe standard

MostNorth American bed

ding and backfill stand ards for concrete pipe are based on a design concept developed almost ninety years ago. It had not been updated to account for today's high quality products, modem installation practices and pipe-soil interaction re

design and installation of concrete pipe was developed through the American Concrete Pipe Association's long-range research program which started in the 1970s. Implementation of the model came in the form of four Standard In

stallations; Types 1,2, 3, and 4. Type I

cal point where the value of Standard In stallations is being recognized. Current City ofCalgary specifications permit en gineers to design storm and sanitary sew ers with only Class C bedding (granular material cradling 60% of the pipe width) or Class A(concrete) bedding for deeper fills. Calgary contractors had been installing concrete pipe using granular material at least to springline, despite the City's Class C bedding speci

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Engineers, contractors, developers, and concrete fications. pipe producers have re The bedding material sponded to aging standards specified is typically a read by setting a benchmark for a ily available 40 mm gap new design process for con crete pipe installations. Op graded rock, which the City portunity for change pre has always accepted as com sented itself in today's tech pacted to 95% Standard Proctor density when in nology used for precast con stalled in a dumped condi crete pipe beddings, a greater understanding of the tion. Contractors found that interaction of the pipe with the additional cost of extra granular material was more bedding and backfill mate rial, and a methodology for Contractors found that the additional cost of extra granular mate than offset by the savings in rial was more than offset by the savings in time compacting backfill time compacting backfill applying backfill. Standard Installations use today's is a top quality installation with the high (specified in Class C bedding specifica technological advances in soil classifi est requirements on backfill material and tion) below the springline. cation and density testing,finite element compaction levels. Type 4 is the instal The Calgary concrete pipe producers analysis, pipe design, manufacturing, lation with minimal requirements on recognized that the bedding and backfill and construction practices. bedding material and compaction material, installed in this manner, was by In 1993, Standard Installations were (equivalent to the Class D bedding). definition a Type 1 Standard Installation. For more information, adopted by the American Society for Breakthrough in Alherta Civil Engineers (ASCE) as Specifica The City of Calgary, Alberta, is a fo circle reply card No. 130 tion \5-93-Standard Practicefor Direct Design ofBuried Precast Concrete Pipe Waterline Environmental Services Inc. Using Standard Installations. It was provides a wide range of "hands-on" adopted later in the 1996(16th) Edition environmental services. We seek to

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Industrial Wastewater

Ferric salts reduce arsenic In mine effluent

by combining chemicaland biological treatment he use of ferric salts has a

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proven record of accomplish ment for arsenic removal in the treatment of effluent from

mines. And now, biological processes are becoming an accepted altemative for low-level arsenic removal. By combin ing and optimizing these treatment proc

water, causing serious pollution that can last for many generations. The tailing pond of a mine site pro vides storage capacity for all process effluents and site run-off. In many cases, the tailing pond supernatant is recycled back to the plant for reuse as process water to minimize fresh water consump-

the pH range of approximately 2 to 8. Dissolved arsenic concentrations of0.5

mg/L or less can be obtained by precipi tation with ferric iron.

The precipitation of insoluble ferric arsenates is very likely accompanied by co-precipitation of other metals such as selenium; that involves interactions be

esses, the future holds much

promise for reduced costs, lower sludge volumes and

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species and the ferric hy droxide precipitate. This makes ferric a very effective scavenger for the removal of

BIO-REACTOR REMEDIATION

levels. This type of com bined treatment has the po

trace contaminants. Thus,

arsenic and many other ele ments such as antimony and molybdenum can be reduced to levels of less than 0.5 mg/ L by contact with ferric hy droxide. The process nor mally involves the addition

tential to decrease the

amount of coagulant used, treat a broader spectrum of sites and waters and ulti

mately lower the overall cost of treatment. Remediation

of abandoned and existing mine sites, and the treatment

of waters surrounding these sites with combined chemi

of a soluble ferric salt to the

HEAP LEACHING cal-biological processes, holds considerable potential. The source of the problem tion. Over time, untreated effluent in In Canada, for each ton of average ponds generally acidifies and leaches grade copper extracted, there will be 99 metals. tons of waste material comprised ofsoil, Chemical treatment with ferric salts for arsenic removal waste rock, and finely ground tailings. Waste rock,from mining operations that Trace metals are effectively removed might contain acid-generating sulphides, from mining effluent by the addition of heavy metals and other contaminants,is ferric salts. Through precipitation, ar usually stored above ground in large senic is removed as either calcium or free-draining piles. This waste rock and ferric arsenate. Arsenites can also be the exposed bedrock walls,from which precipitated, but they are generally more

it is excavated, are the source of most

soluble and less stable then arsenates.

of the metals pollution caused by min ing in British Columbia. Mine tailings often contain the same toxic heavy metals and acid-forming

Arsenite-containing effluent is generally oxidized prior to precipitation to ensure that the arsenate predominates. Wastewater from the processing of arsenic bearing ores may contain varying amounts of arsenic (III) and(V)oxyanions, arsenites and arsenate. The pres ence of such metal ions as copper, lead, nickel, and zinc limit the solubility of arsenic because of the formation of spar ingly soluble metal arsenates. The stability and solubility of these arsenates depends on the ratio of iron to arsenic. The larger the ratio, the more insoluble and stable the precipitate. Thus, where ferric arsenate is relatively

minerals that waste rock does, and can

contain chemical agents used to proc ess the ores,such as cyanide or sulphuric acid. Tailings are usually stored above ground in containment ponds. In under ground operations, they may be pumped as backfill into the excavated space from which they are mined. If improperly se cured, contaminants in mine waste can

leach out into the surface and ground-

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wastewater followed by the

METALS PROCESSING

soluble,the basic arsenates with an iron-

to-arsenic molar ratio of eight or more are orders of magnitude less soluble in

addition of sufficient base to induce the formation of in

soluble ferric hydroxide. In many situations, the wastewater con tains adequate iron, thus only the addi tion of a base is required to induce the precipitation of ferric hydroxide. Biological process for removing heavy metals Biological materials are effective at binding or absorbing metals, including arsenic, present in various solutions. These biological materials range from shrubs and grasses to mosses,fungi, al gae and bacteria. Additionally, both chemical reactions and microbial me

tabolism are responsible for formation of the mineral and petroleum deposits currently being mined. Bacteria such as sulphate-reducing bacteria(SRB)re duce sulphate to sulphide as a part of their metabolic cycle. The reaction is as follows:

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Industrial Wastewater

an optimum pH range from 6.5 to 8.0. For in situ (treatment in tailing ponds) the stability of the arsenic sulphide com plexes must be considered, and increases as the pH decreases. Biological arsenic removal utilizes simple reactors and produces hundreds to thousands times less

sludge than conventional arsenic precipitation processes. Arsenic sulphide precipitation using hydrogen sulphide gas is not as effec tive and requires pHs in the range of 2.5 to 3.0. Hydrogen sulphide production and subsequent arsenic reduction/pre cipitation using SRB and other arsenic reducing bacteria can be accomplished usually without pH adjustment. Other bacteria like Pseudomonas and

complexes. The precipitate is then re moved from solution using conventional solid/liquid separation techniques. Bioremediation of arsenic contami nated wastewater uses a solid matrix ma

terial to support high-density bacterial growth. Contaminated solution is pumped up-flow through the reactor, and arsenic-sulphide precipitates accumulate

cal for treatment, followed by biologi cal treatment as the polishing step. A chemical precipitation followed by biological treatment is also possible in a staged reactor system. By combining and optimizing chemi cal-biological processes for treatment of mining effluents, the future holds much promise for reduced costs,lower sludge

in the matrix. When the column is satu

volumes and decreased effluent arsenic

rated, the arsenic is stripped and con centrated by filtration. This system is applicable also to semi-passive remedia tion of a pond. There are clear benefits using bio logical processes for removing heavy

levels.

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metals. These include:

• Naturally occurring bacteria reduce and precipitate arsenic at process solu tion pHs. • Biological processes use economical agricultural-based products for bacterial

Alcalagines sp. are capable of direct ar senic reduction using arsenate and ar- nutrients. senite as terminal electron acceptors in • Biological processes require minimal, stead of oxygen. These bacteria are also or no solution pretreatment. capable of performing arsenic-reduc •Biological processes produce minimal tion/precipitating over a broad pH range. sludge quantities. Biological arsenic removal utilizes The new technology simple reactors and produces hundreds Chemical-biological treatment of wastewater holds the promise of being to thousands times less sludge than con more economical than either chemical ventional arsenic precipitation proc or biological treatment, alone. Com esses, such as ferric arsenic precipita tion. Sludge reduction levels achiev bined treatments have been approached from two directions: able, and the full-scale capital and op erating costs, are site and wastewater • Biological treatment in situ in tailings dependent. The system uses anaerobic ponds followed by chemical treatment (SRB)and other direct arsenic reducing as more of a polishing step. bacteria to precipitate arsenic from so •Chemical treatment at levels where the lution as insoluble arsenic-sulphide stoichiometry is effective and economi

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Renewable Energy

Environmental drawbacks of renewable

energy - are they real or exaggerated?

Long considered a novel con

cept, renewable energy tech nologies are finally becoming a mainstream energy option. Deregulation has opened the door to competition and new power generation options are becoming entrenched in the North American electricity infrastruc

most unusual opposition, however, comes from those groups,including en vironmental ones, that claim renewable

energy has detrimental effects on the environment.

but is not limited to, wind, solar, bio-

Renewable energy has always been seen as one of the answers to the pollu tion caused by fossil fuel-based power. Now some technologies have come un der attack for creating the very environ mental harm that they were supposed to prevent. The question remains: Whether or not the opposition is unfounded?

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Hydroelectric power is one of North

power.

Along the path to full competition, renewable energy has encountered nu merous barriers including legislative in adequacies, high production costs and powerful fossil fuel lobbies. Perhaps the

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posed primarily of nitrogen, the excess nitrogen levels in the water can be transferred into the tissues of fish and

tions, which can cause death. • A dam is a physical barrier to salmon migrations. Although a number of"fishways" exist to aid upstream migration, they are not always foolproof. Since salmon do not feed during the voyage back to their spawn ing grounds,a loss of time and energy can be critical. Recent Findings There is no doubt that hy droelectric systems can have a significant effect on the en vironment (although not all do). Proponents of hydropower point to atmospheric emissions that are avoided by

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Renewable Energy coal-fired power generation. Decaying vegetation trapped in stagnant water pro duces methane, which is 20 times more

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power are second only to hydropower. Bio-power is created by the combustion of biomass and biomass-derived fuels,

making air pollution a valid concern. Also of concern is the impact biomass use has on the agriculture and forestry

bustion is particulate emissions which must be controlled with special devices. Newer technologies, such as gasifier/ combustion plants, will generate signifi cantly lower emissions(more compara ble to natural gas). A benefit of combusting biomass fuel over fossil fuels is that it has the poten tial to greatly reduce greenhouse gas

Decaying vegetation trapped in stagnant water produces methane, which is 20 times more potent as a greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.

industries.

tural feedstocks cultivated solely for use in electricity generation can be a boon to farmers. Crops grown specifically for energy purposes can be grown in under utilized land and be a stabilizing factor in areas prone to erosion. Large-scale energy farming, however, could be det rimental both in terms of land use and

the chemicals necessary to produce crops. By-products from forestry have long provided a basis for biomass power gen eration. Increasing the amount of wood used for energy could be both positive and negative. It could result in more care ful management of the resources used in forest products development. It could also, under the excuse of "green" power development, contribute to undesirable exploitation of commercial forests. As with the growth of energy crops,controls and standards will need to be established

emissions. Although combusting bio

Air Pollution

Anytime a fuel source is combusted to produce electricity, air pollutants can result. Conventional biomass plants have emissions similar to coal-fired

power plants except that there are only trace amounts of sulphur dioxide and toxic metals produced. The biggest con cern over conventional biomass com

to ensure that abuses do not occur.

mass releases carbon dioxide, the

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Air Quality Concerns Any air quality concerns regarding the use of geothermal power stem from flashed-steam plants. Binary systems do not allow steam to separate and, because they are closed-loop systems,there is no chance that by-products from geother-

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Renewable Energy mal steam will enter the atmosphere. Carbon dioxide is the dominant non-

condensible gas produced when steam separates from water in flashed-steam geothermal systems. In 1991 figures,the average carbon dioxide emissions from a coal plant were 990 kg per MWh of electricity produced and 540 kg for a natural gas plant. In comparison, a geo thermal flashed-steam plant produced 0.48 kg per MWh ofelectricity produced. Another concern regarding geother mal plants is hydrogen sulphide emis sions because they are detectable by

are natural,they are essentially unfound ed. In the United States, the only geo thermal water that is allowed to flow into

stood. Many early studies considered the entire area upon which wind turbines were placed as occupied (the actual tur bines as well as the space between them). In actuality, however, the land surrounding wind turbines can be used for other purposes or left in its natural state. Some of the biggest developments in California are situated on grazing lands with no disruption to the cattle

lakes and streams is lower-temperature water that is ofdrinking quality. All other applications must inject the water back into the reservoir. Both production and injection wells are lined to prevent the introduction of geothermal water into surrounding freshwater aquifers.

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ppm in air. Processes have now been developed that remove more than 99.9 percent of hydrogen sulphide emissions, an acceptable amount according to con ventional air quality standards. Geothermal plants also emit some sulphur but in levels far below that of a coal-based plant. Unlike fossil fuel plants, geothermal power production does not involve high combustion pres sures, eliminating the release of nitro gen oxide emissions. Water Quality Concerns Although water quality concerns re garding geothermal power production

Land Use

The amount of land required to sus tain a wind project can be misunder

Avian Mortality Avian mortality became a concern because of the relatively high number of bird deaths surrounding California's Altamont Pass, one of the largest wind development areas. There have only been a few studies conducted regarding

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As renewable energy technologies go, wind power is fairly environmentally benign. It produces no air or water pol

ity is a site-specific problem and that a bird colliding with a wind turbine is not

lution and involves no toxic substances.

a common occurrence.

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two-year study of the Altamont Pass project reported 182 dead birds. By comparison,a study at a single coal-fired power plant recorded approximately 3,000 bird deaths in a single evening.

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• 3.7 million tons of carbon dioxide, •720 tons of carbon monoxide,

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