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Contents

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December/January 2002 Vol.14 No. 6 Issued January, 2002

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Are ocean liners polluters? - See page 7

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JMembranes tr^t iron and manganese - See page 40

Features 7 10

The Cote D'Azur was lovely - but are ocean liners polluters? - editorial comment

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City of Waterloo receives drinking water

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Ontario research develops ultraviolet disinfection technology

United Nations declares 2001 the year of the volunteers

award in Quebec

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Edmonton hosted three provinces at

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Blockage-free wastewater handling

WCW&WA Conference

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Canadian ultrafiltration membranes treat

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Turning waste into valuable materials Quality of sleep is critically important Pressure rising on global fresh water State-of-the-art cathodic protection for above ground storage tanks

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Alberta's tire recycling successfully reaches a major milestone Internal vs. external drop structures

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Guide to Consultants and Laboratories

79 Equipment and Service Suppliers Products and Services

105 Environmental Associations

44 46

Geosynthetic clay liners offer many advantages for containment applications WEAO biosolids report now available Coors brewery expands low-rate anaerobic treatment system

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Prince Philip and WWF launch new fund

53 54

Particle sizing system minimizes wastes Upgrading well water disinfection systems and water treatment

Directory & Specifiers' Guide

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107 Effects of nanotechnology on atmospheric

ES&E's 14th Annual 65

iron and manganese

109 NB and QC sign environmental agreement 110 QN reviews post-Walkerton activities 113 Innovative UV system 114 International conservation honour for BC

forestry company 117 Ontario proposes changes to air dispersal models for regulatory compliance

Departments 8

Feedback

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Literature Reviews

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Industry Update

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Product Review

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Ad Index

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Professional Cards

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Date Pad

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The Cote D'Azur was lovely - but are ocean liners polluters?

Eons ago, we sailed from the

UK to Australia via the Suez

Canal. Virtually every even ing, we saw crew members heaving cases of bottles, cans and other garbage over the stern. After being

dumped overboard, the garbage laid a trail, bobbing amid the powerful wake of the liner's screws before sinking be neath the waves. Some years ago I wrote an article in ES&E called: Girdling the globe with garbage. In the piece I speculated that future marine archeologists might plot the trans-oceanic era of our civilization by the wine bottles and other non-biodegradable debris laid down by the many ocean liners sailing the same

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routes around the world.

Few of us realize that such liners, at

the very zenith of their power, were ac tually endangered species as a maritime version of Darwin's theories was emerg ing on the drawing boards in Seattle. In economic survival of the fittest,

powerful ocean giants like the Queen Mary, the Queen Elizabeth I, the Normandie and the United States of

America, were quickly displaced by the arrival of the Boeing jumbo jets. But the evolutionary process continued. While jet planes caused the demise of trans-oceanic travel, huge passenger ships - bigger than ever - evolved in the form of cruise ships. Close up, they look more like aquatic skyscrapers than ships. Travel by ship staged a remarkable comeback with the advent of cruising. Now, travellers can leisurely visit both natural and architectural wonders of the

world. They can visit the Acropolis, the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, or the

Leaving the cruise ship by ship's tender for Nice. ES&E photo - T. Davey a Mediterranean cruise on a ship which had a capacity of some 1,100 passen gers and 365 crew, a mediunn-sized cruise ship by today's standards. The Mediterranean has been part of much of our history and it is littered with historic artifacts. Alexander The Great

built the city which bears his name in Egypt, along with a great lighthouse on its shores whose remains are being re searched by underwater archeologists. Greek Triremes once battled Spartan warships around 415 BC, as later Roman ships did battle with the Phoenicians. Nelson destroyed Napo leon's warships in the Battle of the Nile, and the Italian Fleet was largely de stroyed at the Battle of Matapan during WWII. Many Royal Navy warships lie at the bottom of the Mediterranean af

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ter encounters with U-boats. Most pas sengers en route to seeing the land-based wonders of ancient Europe are unaware that they are sailing across a sea whose depths contain artifacts equally rich in history. We saw no sign of the overboard dumping which had gone on in earlier years, indeed, no sign of any environ

pacts of cruising? We recently enjoyed

smoke from the funnel from the diesel

splendours of the beaches of the Cote D 'Azur and many North African coun tries. In North America too, passengers can view great aquatic species such as polar bears and whales. But what are the

By Tom Davey, Editor and Publisher

mental malfeasance save for some black

engines. But even this ship - dwarfed alongside some modern cruise ships when we docked-had to take on enough

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food, water and fuel to sustain a small

town. (And let it be admitted there were large amounts of food and drink avail able to restore pasengers following rig orous touring treks.) While we saw no apparent signs of dumping of any kind on our seven day trip, we wondered where and how the wastewaters were

being handled? Closer to home, over one million

passengers a year booked cruises on more than 300 voyages that traced the Pacific coastal routes between British

Columbia and Alaska. The popular trips to view whales and other exotic wild

life have been growing steadily for al most 20 years and last year contributed about $508 million to the BC economy. It is estimated that on a one-week trip, a typical cruise ship might generate some 794,936 litres of sewage a day. During the peak summer season, with an aver age 20 ships can-ying 2,000 passengers and crew each (approximately twice the passenger capacity of our cruise ship), the daily discharge has been roughly estimated at some 9.5 million litres, the

equivalent of the entire amount of sew age discharged by a small city. Discharges of so-called 'grey' water usually refer to wastewater from sinks, showers,dishwashers and laundiy facili ties, but may also contain detergents, oil, pesticides and medical wastes. In addi-


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Bill Borlase, P.Eng. City of Winnipeg Alan Church, C.Chem.

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Cruise ship in Vancouver takes wildlife enthusiasts to see whales and other attrac tions off the spectacular west coast. Photo - T. Davey

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tion to sewage, grey water and diesel exhaust, today's cruise ships also dis charge toxic chemicals from dry-clean ing, photo processing and other services. The Mediterranean is a pond com pared to the Pacific which is the largest ocean in the world by far, yet west coast pollution from cruise ships is now be ing alleged. The West Coast Environ mental Law Association is on record as

saying that Canadian laws governing cruise ships on the Inside Passage from Vancouver to Alaska, are not only weak but inadequately enforced. John Hansen, president of the Van couver-based North West Cruise Ships Association, has stated that nearly onequarter of its 22 ships that travel EC's renowned Inside Passage, have water

treatment devices aboard that bring sew

age water to near drinkable quality prior to discharge. Even so, west coast cruise ships which treat their wastewaters are still a minority. Most of the modern day passengers

seem blissfully unaware of any environ mental impact which might result from their travels. We have come a long way -literally and metaphorically -from our early voyages where garbage was sim ply heaved over the stern without any comment from passengers. But I won der what the environmental burden

would be if 2,000 vacationers travelled the same distances by automobile - or

by airlines - and stayed in motels for two weeks? In physics there is no 'free lunch', is there?

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With an average of 2,000 passengers and crew on every trip, the six sources of cruise-ship pollution increase as the industry grows: Air pollution Sewage Human waste

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Commissioner urges Canadians to make use of

though this process is over five years old, only 37 petitions have been received

kind in Ontario, included over 175,000

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mental legislation. In her recent report,

village of Deloro in March 1998. The study, the most comprehensive of its

radiation measurements throughout the village. The findings, released to resi dents in July 1999, concluded that it is safe to live in the village. In withdrawing the charges, Ian Scott, counsel for the Ministry of the Attorney General, reminded the court that the MOE had previously been found not guilty after a lengthy trial on charges

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Industry Update

Government proposal on road salts

Manitoba government accepts drinking water recommendations

released

Manitoba's Health Minister, Dave Chomiak,and Conserva

tion Minister Oscar Lathlin, accepted a number of recom mendations of the Drinking Water Advisory Committee on bacterial testing of water, November 9, 2001. The govern ment will:

• accept 70% of the cost for testing private wells and 100% for repeat tests of wells with positive results; •continue education and communication initiatives such as

a drinking water information line and the distribution of well water fact sheets;

•conduct a legislative review of regulations governing semipublic water systems such as restaurants and other estab lishments that serve the public;

• set the goal of drafting key legislation and regulations for the spring sitting of the legislature; and Five million tonnes of road salts are used each winter in Canada.

A 60-day public comment period started December 1,2001, with the publication in the Canada Gazette, Part I of the recommendation that road salts, which contain inorganic chloride salts with or without ferrocyanide salts, be added to Schedule 1 under the Canadian Environmental Protec

tion Act(CEPA). The government will make a final deci sion on this legal step following a complete review and consideration of the comments received. Canadians are

welcome to provide comments until January 29, 2002, to Environment Canada.

The government recognizes the importance of road salts in protecting roadway safety and is not proposing a ban on road salts or to put in place any measures that would com promise or reduce road safety. Consultations will be launched next year on better ways to manage road salts so that harm to the environment is re duced. This follows the release of a comprehensive five-

year scientific assessment by Environment Canada that de termined that road salts in sufficient concentrations pose a risk to the aquatic environment, plants and animals. A five-year study concluded that because of high releases

around storage and snow disposal sites and through runoff and splash from roadways into soil, streams and rivers, road salts are harmful to the environment. The assessment was

restricted to ecological effects as the expert panel judged that there was no evidence of human health effects.

The assessment report is available on Environment Cana da's Green Lane web site at: www.ec.gc.ca/CEPARegistry.

• act on the recommendations for a task force to examine,in

detail, the resources required to carry out the rest of the rec ommendations including the establishment of a drinking wa ter coordinating centre for Manitoba. During the summer, despite the absence of any reported illnesses, Premier Gary Doer had called for the testing of water systems being used by schools, hospitals, personal care homes, and day cares.

US panel of water security experts underscore threat to drinking water A panel of top US water security experts cautioned public utility officers November 13, 2001, on the potential physi cal, chemical and biological threats to public drinking wa ter supplies. They predicted new requirements for expanded water testing and monitoring. The Water Security Monitoring panel, convened by the

Hach Company at an AWWA Water Quality Technology Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, discussed threats to,

and the security of, public drinking water supplies. Leading engineers, consultants, environmental program managers and a retired Center for Disease Control executive, all underscored the importance of practical solutions includ ing intensive and frequent water monitoring, physical secu rity and emergency response plans in all water districts. Teiry Engelhardt,a drinking water specialist with the Hach Company in Loveland, Colorado, said: "Water systems of every size across the country need to be vigilant and pre pared for deliberate attempts to contaminate water systems." Bill Borlase to serve on WEF Executive At the Water Environment Federation

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When air bubbles are released in a'burp' during the treatment process, pathogens and other particles can escape removal. The last treatment barrier in most drink

ing water treatment plants is filtration and a burp of bubbles can punch holes in filters - tiny holes, but large enough to let pai'ticles and pathogens escape into the water that goes out to customers." Scai'dina identified the causes of bub

ble formation while he was working on his master's degree. "Before Paolo's

findings, we knew that bubbles could cause problems," Edwards said,"but we didn't know how they formed or the range of the impacts." Scardina also learned that air bubbles can interfere

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dreds of times higher than other plants. David Salt, a plant molecular physiolo gist and the leader of the study, says: "These plants have this extraordinary capacity to accumulate metals and we've now seen how they do it." Scientists have enjoyed some success with phytoremediation experiments, but most known hyperaccumulators are small. By genetically modifying larger plants to become hyperaccumulators, they could speed the process, making way for development in brownfields and urban sites left unusable by industrial

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"When you open a can of soda, bub bles form and rise to the surface," ex

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If heavy metals can make vegetables too toxic to eat, why not develop plants that will sequester metals as a first stage of a mining process? This could not only produce metals for industry, but also clean up contaminated soils. Scientists at Purdue University have discovered a gene they believe helps 350 plants known as hyperaccumulators. Such plants can contain nickel, cad

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Industry Update

Japanese planning nuclear reactors for apartments A tiny nuclear reactor designed to gen erate power in Japanese basements is in progress. Called Rapid-L,the 200-kilowatt micro-reactor measures just six metres high and two metres wide. Ini tially it was conceived as a plug-andplay source of power for lunar colonies.

Proposed assessment of Afghan environment

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Kofi Annan's Special Representative for Afghanistan, delegates from four Af ghan factions established a 29 member cabinet-style Interim Authority. Toepfer said it is vital that the human

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World Bank presents initiative for sustainable commitments The combination of resource depletion and population growth places the sustainability of development at risk in a large number of the poorest countries, according to Environment Matters, the World Bank's annual environmental re view.

The 'genuine' savings rate, which fac tors a country's natural, human,and pro duced capital, is negative in nearly 30 countries, while wealth per capita is declining in another 20. This implies that the asset base underpinning devel opment is being eroded in these coun tries, with consequences for social wel

developing world to escape poverty. "Not only are we facing environmen tal depletion and poverty on an immense

from its heavy metal properties rather than its radiological properties. There are about 25 sites around the province

scale, but the World Bank estimates

where the level of uranium exceeds the

show that events of September 11 in New York and Washington, DC, will result in more suffering for the poor in the developing world," said Ian Johnson,

new level of 20 micrograms per litre. There are also several municipal or Crown operated water systems in New

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fare now and in the future.

Some developing countries are los ing up to 4.8 percent of GDP because of productivity and natural capital loss due to environmental degradation, accord ing to the report, which was announced October 25,2001. That loss is also with

out the anticipated impacts of climate change, which threaten to undermine long-term development and the ability of hundreds of millions of people in the

concentrations in New Bmnswick drink

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comes from untreated sewage. In many outbreaks,however,the specific diseasecausing germs and their ultimate source may never be identified. The new research could paint a gloo mier picture of global climate change, which some researchers predict will in crease the number of heavy-precipitation events. Along with bacteria and vimses, antibiotic-resistant organisms ai^e spread ing through watersheds, according to the US Society for Environmental Journal ists electronic publication TipSheet. In related research, the New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection has found that increased rainfall consistently leads to significant increases in poten tially harmful organisms such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium.

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Conference Report

Edmonton hosted three provinces at WCW&WA Conference

Flying across the Prairie Prov

inces is always a spectacular reminder of the vastness of the

unique land mass that is Canada. Even at 500 mph, the flat ter rain of the Prairies seems endless. From

40,000 feet up, the huge fields below seem to have been laid out in square miles with military precision, redolent of a gigantic floor tiled in marble. Light dustings of snow enable subdued col ours of diverse crops to show through, giving a range of hues and patterns again reminiscent of huge square tiles. Over Alberta, the terrain changes from mile to quarter mile squares Albertans measure farms by the number of quarters-and the flat landscape gives way to an undulating mix of forests, farms and finally the bustling oil rich city of Edmonton. I marvel once again, at the sheer scale of the unfolding land scape and am struck by the fact that this huge area is serviced by the Western Canada Water & Wastewater Associa tion whose annual conference I was at

tending. Huge land mass, small popu lation, huge responsibilities. Debarking from the plane I saw Winnipeg's Bill Borlase who was wait ing to pick up the Water Environment Federation's President Elect, flying to the conference from Texas. Bill kindly offered me a lift and I rode to Edmon

ton in style with Robert McMillon and his wife to the Westin Hotel, with the tradeshow and most seminars to be held at the Shaw Convention Centre. The

Centre is a unique glass and steel build ing which drops steeply down the edge of a cliff overlooking the North Sas katchewan River to reveal several huge areas of tradeshow, seminar rooms and

banquet facilities. Some 500 delegates attended the conference where 65 tech

nical and operations' papers were pre

The ultra modern glass architecture of the spectacular Shaw Centre, gives little Indication of the depth and scale of the conference and tradeshow area. Conference photos - ES&E

the public about the value and pricing of safe drinking water. One valuable case history was particularly encourag ing. If school boards and teachers be come involved,field trips to water plants can become pait of the official curricu lum and teachers become enthusiastic about the environment and water treat

ment. Discussions showing various water usage predictions based on engi neering studies, were also combined with case histories showing ways con sumption had been reduced through media and public awareness campaigns. An intriguing look at how sleep can affect water treatment operations was given by Stephen Poole, Epcor Water Services Inc., in his paper: Sleep well, live well, work well. His paper intro duced the concept that the quality of sleep is critically important to both qual ity of life and effectiveness at work. Water and wastewater utilities provide

sented.

service to their customers on a 24 hour,

Water conservation strategies were part of the pre-conference workshops on Sunday with presenters quite literally, and surprisingly, sharing experiences

seven day week basis. Larger utilities meet this demand with 24 hour staffing in critical areas, using a rotating shift schedule. Smaller utilities may use ex tended hours, or standby and call-out systems. Rotating shifts, extended work days, and call-outs all have the poten tial to disrupt the normal cycle of sleep ing and waking. "In both our work and private lives.

from the Atlantic to the Pacific. It was

generally admitted that the water in dustry had done a poorjob of informing

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time is a precious commodity. Sleep is undervalued in our society, and most of us deal with scheduling problems by cheating on sleep," he said. Sleeprelated problems can have significant negative effects on our work and our private lives, and for many of us the problem cannot be completely elimi nated. A more complete version of his paper is published elsewhere in this issue.

On the opening day, the WEE Presi dent Elect Robert McMillon not only performed his official duties but later gave a paper on biosolids experiences in Texas, showing how his plant had turned once expensive liabilities into profitable and environmentally benefi cial experiences. His presentation pro voked some vigorous discussions when he fielded questions with enthusiasm and clearly relished the ensuing debate. In her paper Facing the Drought Victoria'.^ Strategy, Deborah Walker, Capital Regional District, BC, outlined a range of water conservation initiatives. She said:"The Capital Region draws all of its supply from above ground reser voirs, primarily from the Sooke Reser voir, which has a capacity of 12 billion gallons. Our delivery capacity is ap proximately 100 MIGD. The Goldstream Reservoir serves as our back-up and has a capacity of 2.2 billion gal-

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Conference Report Ions," she said.

"The Victoria area depends on rain fall to fill our reservoirs. While we nor

mally get about 1,210 mm (48") of rain during the winter months,this past win ter's rainfall was about half of what we

normally receive - the lowest rainfall since 1900. This lack of rainfall dropped our reservoir levels by over 30% from the normal. This shortfall placed us in a serious water shortage situation." Major awards presented at the con ference were:

H.M. Bailey Award - Les Gammie H.C. Lindslen Award - Don Burgess Al Reiiner Award - Frank Wetsch

Laboratory Excellence Award Glen Brown

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Top photo (left to right): Bill Borlase, P.Eng., Linda Blankenship, PE, and WEE President Elect Robert McMillon. Bill Is currently the only Canadian elected to the WEEExecutive Committee. Linda is Deputy Director, WEE Development/Subscriber Services. The President Elect represented WEEand also gave a paper on blosollds. Middle photo: Deborah Smith, St. John's, Newfoundland, spoke on water conser vation Issues. Bottom photo: Pipe Tapping contest underway.

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Quality of sleep Is critically Important Sleep well, live well, work well

Today's society is evolving to

wards a 24 hour economy,and a 24 hour lifestyle. Many in

dustries and essential services

operate round the clock. Heat, light, communication, entertainment, work,

trade are readily available at any time, at the flick of a switch, or the push of a few buttons. Sleep, and even relaxation are viewed as unproductive downtime. Value is placed on the ability to work anywhere and at any time, aided by ever smaller and more able communication

devices and computers. The habits of chronic workaholics are recognized positively, while the needs for adequate sleep and relaxation are largely ignored. The human race spent about a mil lion years evolving into reasonably efficient hunters and gatherers, then spent a few thousand years to becom ing farmers, followed by just a couple of hundred years to become today's 24 hour, 365 day indus trialized, electronic

society. We have an ad

vanced society with sophisticated tools and toys, but we are equipped with a need

By Stephen Poole, P. Eng., Senior Engineer, EPCOR Water Services

for sleep that evolved to meet the de mands of a hunter - gatherer lifestyle, during that million or so years. Our rhythm of life is based on the circadian cycle of light and dark, warm and cool generated by the rotation of our planet. We are not designed for continual peak performance. We speak of the ability to work long hours at demanding tasks in terms of working like a machine. Yet most of us would not run a machine be

yond the limits of its designed perform ance and endurance, and expect it to op erate flawlessly for ever. We benefit from the 24 hour avail

ability of a wide range of communica tion, utility, transportation, health care, and public safety services. We are able to indulge in a wide range of activities at any time of the day or night. The downside is that we do just that. To fit it all in we disrupt our nomal sleep pat terns, and steal time from sleep for other activities.

How are we doing? Are we coping well with a lifestyle that satisfies most of our needs, but neglects this one little detail about sleep? Studies suggest there are approxi mately 65,000 road traffic deaths in the US each year; about 13% of the total may be caused by people falling asleep at the wheel. Three Mile Island,

Chernobyl,and several other nuclear ac cidents occuiTed between 1:30 and 4:30

a.m. The ill-fated decision to launch the

Challenger space shuttle was made at the end of a three-hour teleconference call.

That call took place at the end of a long series of delays and problems. The man agers involved had been working inten sively for 12 to 19 hours,some with only two hours sleep in the previous 24 hours. In 1978 a jet passed over Los Ange les airport at 32,000 feet and headed out over the Pacific Ocean. It was supposed to land at LA. The auto-pilot was fly ing the plane, the entire flight crew was asleep. The tower managed to activate an audible alarm in the cockpit and wake the crew, 100 miles out over the sea.

By the luck of the draw, most of us will never be involved in a nuclear melt

down, or take an unscheduled side trip on an airliner. Do we run the risk of

being involved in a traffic or industrial accident caused by fatigue? Or we may find ourselves among the two-thirds of north Americans in one study who re ported sleep problems on a regular ba sis. What price will each of us pay? Death? Injury? Chronic Fatigue? Poor

performance at work? Damage or de struction to relationships or family life? There are techniques, and skills to help us cope with the challenge, and there are resources to help us to develop those skills.

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habits: R - relaxation; E - exercise;

D - diet; 40 - devote 20 mins. a day to relaxation and 20 mins. a day to exercise; C - communication; I - inti macy; A - attitude. Relaxation is a necessity, not a wasteful luxury, especially for those suffering from fatigue brought on by outs, or jet lag. Relaxation is down time, with the mind and body at rest, to allow recuperation and recovery. It is not sitting watching the game on TV, or indeed any other activity rather it is achieved through a con scious choice of inactivity. There are

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you and find 20 minutes in your busy day to apply it. Everyone knows the benefits of ex ercise; countless New Year's resolutions attest to this. Exercise relieves stress

and promotes cardiac and respiratory health. Exercise does not have to be a

gruelling, rigorous routine to be effec tive. A casual, but brisk walk, or a few

stretches before a physical activity can be beneficial. Again,find those 20 min utes and just do it! Do not exercise, or shower, shortly before attempting to sleep. Allow at least an hour to wind down before trying to sleep. Good dietary habits can help you to function well, even if your sleep/waking rhythms are disrupted by shift work, or extended work hours. For the first meal

after waking,eat an equal number of pro tein and carbohydrate calories. For the second meal eat foods higher in proteins, and lower in carbohydrates. For the fi nal meal of your waking day, go high in Reference

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carbohydrates, and low in protein. Al ways try to eat more fibre and less fat. Potassium fights fatigue, be sure to get enough. A whole range of foods from apricots to zucchini can supply you with potassium. Do not try to regulate your sleep/waking cycle with caffeine and al cohol. Sure,caffeine might help keep you awake, and alcohol may help you get to sleep, but they damage the quality of your sleep and your wakefulness. The number 40 is our reminder to get 20 minutes of relaxation, and 20 min

utes of exercise every day. It is also the milestone age beyond which our bodies find it harder to recover and recuperate from abuse of their natural rhythms. How many of us could party all night and work all day when we were 20, but now we are falling asleep watching the 11 o'clock News(or maybe the 6 o'clock News)?

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Communication is the key to main taining the quality of your relationships with your family and friends, especially when the demands of work force you to live out of sync with them. Intimacy starts with self-awareness. When you understand what makes you feel good or bad, then you can start to develop that special close relationship with someone else. Feelings of love, loyalty and belonging are vital to psy chological, emotional, spiritual and physical well being. The final word in our formula is atti

tude. If your work schedule, or the pace of life in general, is causing fatigue, or sleep problems, you stand a better chance of coping and adjusting if you start with a healthy detennination to take good care of yourself, and your relation ships, than if you respond with cynicism and bitterness. If you don't take good care of yourself, then who will? Conclusion

Our modern 24 hour lifestyle offers numerous advantages and opportunities, but it also challenges the natural rhythms of sleeping and waking. The resulting fatigue can cause mistakes,reduced pro ductivity, accidents and wrecked rela tionships. There are techniques avail able to help us to adapt and cope with the challenge. There are numerous re sources through which to access these skills and techniques including; Cana dian Sleep Institute, Dr. Adam Moscovitch(403)254-6400; Centre for Sleep and Chronobiology,CSC,Univer sity of Toronto, www.utoronto.ca/csc/.

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Water Supplies

Pressure rising on giobai fresh water

More than 1,000 water experts meeting at the

2001 Stockholm Water

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Symposium and World Water Week,focused on the fact that the

world population will increase by up to three billion in the next 25 years. Each person will need a daily supply of fresh water. By 2025, about 2.7 billion peo ple, nearly one-third of the projected population, will live in regions facing severe water scarcity, says a new study by the International Water Management Institute. Asia and sub-Saharan Africa,

with some of the most heavily populated and poorest regions of the world, will be most affected.

Hosted by the Stockholm Interna tional Water Institute, 33 national and

international organizations,representing hundreds of thousands of people and all regions, gathered together to find solu tions to the world's water problems. One serious difficulty is the water conflict between agriculture and the environ ment. Environmental scientists report that water consumption must be reduced by at least 10% in order to protect riv ers,lakes and wetlands. Agricultural sci entists say that water usage within agri culture must increase by 20% in order to maintain food supplies and avoid catastrophic starvation. "The truth is that both sides have a

point," said Holland's Crown Prince Willem Alexander, keynote speaker at the official opening of World Water Week. The prince launched the five year long Dialogue on Water, Food and Environment, an international scientific

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European Water Association. "If cuiTent trends continue, the short

age of water will extend well beyond the semi-arid and arid regions," says Pro fessor Frank Rijsberman, directorgeneral of the International Water Man agement Institute, headquartered in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

"In developing countries, irrigation today accounts for over 80% of the wa ter consumed,so that the debate among agriculturists and environmentalists on how to manage water for agriculture is of paramount importance to the very poor," says William Cosgrove, of the

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World Water Council. World Water Week was filled with celebrations as well as deliberations.

The Stockholm Water Prize was pre sented by HM King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, on behalf of the Stockholm Water Foundation, to Professor Takashi

and policy coalition created to resolve the dilemma between agricultural pro duction and environmental protection. "Increasing scarcity, competition and ar guments over water in the first quarter of the 21 St century will dramatically change the way we value and use water and the way we mobilize and manage water resources," said the prince. "In novative ways of using this precious commodity have to be found to protect ecosystems and ensure food for the bil lions on this planet." The Consortium for Dialogue on

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Storage Tanks & Containment

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Above ground petroleum storage tanks are com

monly constructed of carbon steel and set on soil or a ringwall foundation with sand pads. This manner of construction leaves the external tank

bottom in contact with the soil or sand and subject to corro sion. Proactive owners have been utilizing cathodic pro tection for more than 50 years to control corrosion-related metal loss and resulting leaks. With increasing public sen sitivity to environmental issues, many governmental agen cies enacted laws mandating the use of cathodic protection on above ground storage tanks(ASTs). Regulations are also being implemented to monitor individual tanks for leaks through sensing instrumentation. Once a cathodic protection system has been installed on an above ground storage tank, it must be periodically moni tored. The (US) National Association of Corrosion Engi neers (NACB) has set forth the practices and criteria by which the systems are to be evaluated. In the past, this has commonly involved obtaining potential measurements in the soil at the tank perimeter using a voltmeter and a port able copper-sulfate reference cell. The corrosion engineer

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was then responsible for interpreting the readings. This in cluded speculating on the potentials at the centre of the tank based on readings taken at the perimeter. Over the years, seemingly, each owner or con'osion en gineer developed their own criteria for using data at the pe rimeter to estimate potentials at the tank's centre. These criteria included: -1,000 millivolts "on",-850 millivolts "off,

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and subtracting 1 millivolt for each foot of tank radius. After years of research on perimeter potentials, Corrpro's engineering staff began placing monitoring tubes under tanks in the mid 1980s to obtain precise data. The test data below was obtained by running a portable copper-sulfate reference cell through the monitoring tube installed beneath an 80' diameter petroleum storage tank. Based on the data at the perimeter, one would be led to believe that this tank met criteria for effective corrosion

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This proprietary resin package is formulated with a special opaque pigment that prevents UV rays from attacking the bleach contained within. Previously, most polyethylene tank and IBC manufacturers have promoted either black pigmented or natural translucent polyethylene for sodium hypochlorite applications. A black tank can block UV rays, but it also absorbs sunlight, which can heat the tank to a level that harms both the tank and the chemi cals it contains.

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subject to active corrosion. This particular tank had failed an internal inspection in spite of the fact that it was listed as having an "effective" cathodic protection system. After evaluating several sites with similar results, it be came evident to Conpro engineers that a means by which to obtain potential profiles across tank bottoms was essen tial. Therefore, Corrpro worked in conjunction with the nation's leading boring equipment manufacturer to develop the method and materials used to safely and economically install monitoring tubes. The result of this co-effort is the development of BullseyeÂŽ. With the Bullseye system in place, the level of corrosion control achieved by an existing or new cathodic protection system can be monitored. The cathodic protection system can then be adjusted or modified to achieve desired corroEnvironmental Science & Engineering, January 2002


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leak sensors are used in conjunction with cathodic protection and internal tank floor liners, environmental regulations for containment and release detection

are generally satisfied. This represents significant savings and piece of mind for

ter records the exact position and progress of the probe and provides a real time display. At the project's comple tion, a computerized log of the bore is

toring access and to withstand the pres sures commonly found under large stor age vessels. The bore can be completed on filled tanks and in no way adversely

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Recycling

Alberta's tire recycling successfuiiy reaches a major miiestone Ibertans are celebrating the accomplishment of recy cling 20 million tires in that province. "20 million recycled tires means a

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cleaner environment. It also means that

we have turned what was once a prob lem into new markets and opportunities for enterprising Albertans, a testament to the spirit behind our Alberta Advan tage," said Premier Ralph Klein. Sid Hinton, Chairman of the Tire

Recycling Management Association of Alberta(TRMA),joined the Premier in September to celebrate this milestone at the Wilbert Mclntyre Park in Edmon ton, site of a major project using recy cled rubber products. He said that rubber sidewalk blocks

and other products manufactured from recycled tire material are an innovative and safe alternative for use in parks and playgrounds. The Tire Recycling Program was started by the Government of Alberta in 1992 as an initiative to rid the province's landfills of stockpiles of scrap tires. Today, virtually all have been eliminated and approximately three million scrap tires are recycled on an annual basis. Alberta's tire recycling program is increasingly recognized as amongst the best in Canada and around the world.

There are a growing number of busi nesses in the province that recycle scrap tires into various value added materials

and products, including tire shred, rub ber crumb and manufactured rubber

products. The TRMA was established by the Government of Alberta as a separate administrative agency to collect the

$4.00 environmental levy for each new tire purchased at the retail level. The TRMA is charged with the responsibility of managing the provincial program for overseeing the recycling of scrap tires. The first stage of the tire recycling process includes the collection and shredding of scrap tires. The tire shred ding process involves the use of large machinery that cuts up tires into small pieces (one to two inch and larger). At

this stage, tire shred can be used for a variety of civil engineering projects (e.g. lightweight fill material for highway projects or leachate collection material for new landfill cells), or it can be used as feedstock for the production ofcrumb (second stage of recycling). The second stage of the process is crumbing. During this stage, machin ery is used to remove the steel and fibre from the shred, by grinding the material into fine pieces. The steel is removed by magnets, with the fibre removed by aspiration. At this stage, crumb can be used for a variety of loose applications, including top dressing for sports fields (it protects the crown or growth layer of grass), as a replacement for sand in play grounds(outperforms sand three to one), or it can be used as a feedstock for the

production of manufactured products. The third stage is the manufacturing of products. Alberta companies are cur rently manufacturing a variety of prod ucts including mats, bricks, sidewalk blocks, agricultural dairy mats, etc. The success of Alberta's tire recy cling program is due in large measure to the cooperation of a number of stake holders. Key among these is the coop eration of municipalities and their com munities. Contact: kevin.oneil@trma.com

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Infrastructure

Internal vs. external

drop structures

Formany years,the management of sanitary sewage flow into maintenance holes, through piping at substantially different elevations, has been achieved through the use of drop structures. The drop structure enables the incoming sewage to be spilled directly into the mainte nance hole invert, without creating dan gerous splashing situations. The manufacturers of precast con crete drainage structures have developed an internal drop structure to provide

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Overseas Report

United Nations declared 2001

the year of volunteers

The United Nations declared 2001 as the International Year

of Volunteers (lYV). Volun teering is an increasingly credible way to build and sustain the in

stitutions of civil society, to help solve serious problems, to create healthier communities,and to empower people to lead more productive and fulfilling lives. It is particularly important in this time of globalization and rapid change in which the gaps be tween rich and poor are growing

meals, local transportation and other necessary services. In cases where this is not possible, CESO covers part of the

officials and also with their international

expenses.

consultant, Mott MacDonald from Brit

The purpose is to improve the qual ity of life of others by enhancing the ca pacity of people in developing countries and emerging market economies, to manage and produce goods and services

derives its revenues from user fees.

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and our collective destinies are

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endangered by forces that seem beyond the control of most peo ple. In July 2001, Abhay

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lic awareness for water conser former Metro Toronto) for the past 16 years, undertook a vol Personnel at the Regie Autonoma Comunaia, Satu vation. A continuing production unteer assignment in Eastern Eu Mare, Romania (left to right): loan Leitner, General capacity requirement of 800 1/s rope. This volunteer work was Manager: Edit Telegdy, Economist and Translator; Doru was identified. The most cost-effective alter assigned through CESO Interna Chereches, Technical Director; Abhay Tadwalkar; Simona Curtean, Engineer;and Agnes Baiog, Engineer. native to meet future water de tional Services. CESO (pronounced KESSO), also in both the public and private sectors. mands and water quality standards was known as the Canadian Executive Serv CESO is active in 30 countries in Af identified as follows,at a total estimated rica, Asia, the Americas, and the Carib cost of(US)$6.7 million: ice Organization, is a Canadian, volun teer-based, not-for-profit organization bean and in the 13 new market econo • Rehabilitation of the existing 30-year founded in 1967. CESO's mission is to mies of Eastern Europe and the former old (Martinesti) Water Works at a ca pacity of 6001/s. promote and extend the economic and Soviet Union. social growth and well-being of the Abhay spent four weeks of his an • Constniction of a new water treatment Aboriginal peoples of Canada and of the nual vacation in July 2001 helping the plant (200 1/s capacity) at the site of a peoples of the developing nations and utility company in the City of Satu Mare, 70-year old "Old Water Works". Due to emerging market economies. CESO is Romania to develop a Master Plan for space limitations at this location, the supported by the Canadian public sec Water Supply. Satu Mare is situated in need to carry out further assessment of tor through the Canadian International the north-western part of Romania, options to treat backwash wastewater Development Agency (CIDA), the De about 600 km from the capital city of from this plant was identified. partment of Indian Affairs and North Bucharest. The present community area • Rehabilitation of the existing wells or ern Development(DIAND),and provin of the City of Satu Mare is 15,027 hec construct new wells in the vicinity of the cial and territorial governments. tares with a population of approximately old water works. CESO is also forging strong partner 132,000, according to the 1992 census. • Construction of a new 20,000 nr^ res ships with the Canadian business sector The main industries in the city are ervoir. with more than 300 corporations and machining, timber, textile, food, build In addition, it was identified that foundations supporting them. In turn, ing and warehousing. Regia Autonoma water distribution system rehabilitation CESO volunteer advisers assist poten Comunaia(RAC)was founded as a util works needed to be undertaken at an es tial and/or current clients of Canadian

businesses in disadvantaged economies and prepare such clients for the global marketplace. CESO volunteer advisers receive no salary. However, the client can be expected to cover the volunteer's costs such as airfare, accommodation.

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ity company in Satu Mare to provide domestic water, sewerage, district heat ing, public transport services and man age the recreational grounds of the City of Satu Mare. RAC is a state-owned

company, which operates as a private company but its profit/loss is reported to the City Council and all the decisions regarding investments and fixed assets are made by the City Council. The RAC

timated cost of(US)$5 million. Abhay further recommended that the actual el

ements required for water works reha bilitation and the distribution system modifications be identified through fea sibility studies and network analysis. His contribution also helped the RAC authorities better appreciate the require ments of funding agencies in the west- , ern world. ❖

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Ultraviolet(UV)disinfection

technology has undergone remarkable progress and re finement during the past 30 years. The Province of Ontario is a major research centre for UV technol ogy with a long history of participation in UV research, starting with the early work in the '60s and '70s, conducted by

able at that time. Currently the Tillsonburg PCP contin ues to achieve disinfection

targets using the original UV equipment installed in 1982. At the present time, UV is well established as a reli

able disinfection technology for water and wastewater. In

the former Ontario Water Resources

North America over 2,200

Commission and later the Ministry of Environment (MOE). In 1982, these projects culminated in the first fullscale UV installation in Tillsonburg, Ontario. Trojan Technologies, in part nership with the MOE, installed an open channel, modular UV2000 System in the Tillsonburg Pollution Control Plant. This equipment was the proto type of an innovative design that ulti mately was installed in over 600 sites

UV systems are installed in wastewater treatment plants. In Ontario, UV is often pre

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Tillsonburg PCP became a popular site while the MOE conducted a two-

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mated cleaning systems and sophisti cated controls. The modem systems are now designed to meet a range of disin fection limits including stormwater, pri mary, secondary and the more stringent limits required for filtered wastewater used for re-use applications. UV is pres ently used for water in the pharmaceutical, food and electronic industries and also

for municipal drinking wa ter and wastewater disinfec

tion. UV is also used to dis

infect stormwater (CSO); a three-year study by Averill (1998) evaluated high-rate

physical/chemical processes for CSO pretreatment before disinfection with UV.

New equipment designs and modifications have in

creased the reliability and decreased the maintenance

Trojan System UV4000 installed at London, Ontario, time. A variety of lamp in May 1996, effectiveiy treating 19 MOD. types, such as low-pressure wastewater quality on UV dose demand, low-intensity, low-pressure high inten

photo-reactivation, and compared the efficiency of UV and chlorine disinfec tion by monitoring numerous indicator organisms and effluent toxicity. The project report and subsequent papers represented a significant contribution to the limited knowledge and data avail

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sity and medium-pressure high intensity, are now available. The lamps are placed in either a horizontal or vertical array in an open or closed channel with lamps parallel or perpendicular to the flow. A range of cleaning options, including manual wiping, chemical, mechanical and automatic chemical/mechanical

lection of an appropriate chemical is im portant. Sophisticated controls provide power modulation to accommodate changes in flows and effluent quality. On-line monitoring is now available for UV%T, turbidity, lamp-intensity and flow rate.

Conventional low-pressure lamp sys tems ai^e appropriate for small plants or low flow applications. However,the in troduction of high intensity lamps and automated cleaning,resulted in a smaller footprint making UV disinfection feasi ble for large flow plants, i.e., Edmonton Gold Bar with a peak flow of588 ML/d. Two large UV installations in Ontai'io are in London (peak flow 304 ML/d) and Windsor (peak flow 125 ML/d). UV disinfection for drinking water In Ontario,over 100,000 UV systems are presently installed in homes and cottages. In addition, low UV doses in activate Cryptosporidium oocysts and Giardia cysts, providing an economical disinfection for drinking water from sur face water sources where protozoan con tamination is an issue.

The future of UV technology in Ontario The US EPA convened an UV work

shop in 1999 to evaluate the results pre sented from several research projects involving UV and protozoa (Clancy, 1999, Finch, 1999, Linden 1999). One

wipers, is now available. Field experi ence indicates that all systems require

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that a low UV dose(<10 mWs/cm-) was effective for the inactivation of Ciyptosporidium oocysts and Giardia cysts.

In Europe, UV has been accepted for many years as a reliable and economical technology for drinking water disinfec tion. The US EPA is presently consider ing UV as a Best Available Technology for the inactivation of Ciyptosporidium and Giardia. This will drastically alter the previously held belief that filtration and ozone were the only treatments avail able for protozoa in drinking water.

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A true indication of the importance and also the acceptance of UV technol ogy is the formation of the International UV Association in 1999. The rapidly growing membership includes scientists and engineers interested in advancing the knowledge base and the application of UV technology. The International Headquarters is located in Ayr, Ontario; Dr. J. Bolton is Executive Director.

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Pump blockage in wastewater

and sewage treatment is caused by a combination of several factors. Kjell Alfredsson, Technical Director at ABS, says that experience shows that pump blockage is caused either by small particles stick ing together or by large solids. It is una voidable that wastewater contains small

and large contaminants, each of which can cause clogging in the pump. Set ting aside either one of these causes au tomatically leads to a compromise. It is inevitable that small passages lead to blockages. Unfortunately, even when pumps are designed with larger passages - which could result in less than ideal flow distribution through the impeller - even here, blockages could still occur.

The size of the solids passage as a starting point for selecting sewage pumps has been questioned. With a de creased focus on the solids passage di ameter, it has at the same time been pos sible to present new equipment to the industry, based on pumping technology that does not meet the current specifi cation requirements with regards to the solids passage. Is, then, blockage-free pumping re ally achieved by solutions neglecting the solids passage size? No blockage "The (un)importance of the solids 38

passage diameter has been based on the conclusion that blockage is not caused by large pollutants. However, wastewater does not only contain small parti cles that can be handled by small throughlets. There are situations in which large solid particles are present in the wastewater, and solids passages which are too small, can cause major problems. "In situations where the level of pol lution in wastewater is not fully predict able, it is particularly wise to limit the risk of blockage as much as possible. Certainly in the future, systems which separate rain water and sewage will be more commonly used and we will only see the pollution level of wastewater increase.

"Eliminating blockages from waste matter that is not supposed to be there means unexpected,and often significant downtime costs. Here, too, prevention is certainly better than cure," says Alfredsson.

"Specification designers would do well to continue taking into account the solids passage size - even if it may be reduced to some extent to what they are used to. The specification of the solids passage must be considered for each spe cific case, and in some situations it will

be possible to deviate from the 100 mm or 80 mm passage. But,free passage will certainly continue to provide an impor

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In many cases,a high rotational speed offers the best solution. The pump will be smaller and cheaper, which is inter esting, but because of the smaller size the passage will also be smaller. Here too,careful consideration will detennine the best solution.

Long-term pump efficiency Another thing to consider in the pump selection is the efficiency. Kjell Alfredsson points out an important aspect: "In the search for an effective solu

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brane filtration plant in the Town of Seekonk, Massachusetts, is the largest of this type in the United States and the only one of its kind in the State. It incorporates a unique reject water reuse process to increase plant recovery. The Seekonk Water District relies on groundwater for both domestic water and fire protection. For nearly two decades, the District had been experiencing high levels of iron (up to 2 mg/L)and manganese(> 6 mg/L)in the prod uct water, exceeding the US National Secondary Drinking Water Regulations. Historically, the District used an in-ground treatment sys tem consisting of oxygenated water injection around the wells to oxidize and settle both minerals. The process was generally effective, but when one of the wells was taken off line, it became a challenge to meet peak summer water de mands. In 1998, the District conducted an assessment to

determine the best available technology for upgrading the existing treatment process. The evaluation included pilot testing of the following processes: • immersed membrane filtration (ultrafiltration); • pressure filtration with sand/anthracite media using "in termittent regeneration";

• pressure filtration with greensand media using "intermit tent regeneration"; and • pressure filtration with greensand media using "continu ous regeneration". Raw water for these pilot tests was obtained from an existing two and a half inch monitoring well with a manga nese concentration range between 2.5 and 3.1 mg/L. Membrane filtration was very effective in meeting the water quality goals of 0.03 mg/L manganese and 0.01 mg/L

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Pressure filtration using continuous regeneration with greensand media was marginally effective in meeting the water manganese goal of0.03 mg/1 at a loading rate of(US) 3 gpm per square foot of filter surface area. The pilot test demonstrated a production efficiency of 96.5%. During the piloting process the region experienced se vere flooding, resulting in E.coli contamination in one of the District's wells. Due to this flooding, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection changed the sta tus of the District's water supply from a "groundwater" source to "groundwater under the influence of surface wa ter" source, which would require full treatment under the Surface Water Treatment Rule.

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tion membrane system provided by Zenon Environmental Inc. was the most advantageous for the District. The mem branes not only met the iron and manganese removal re quirements, but would also provide a positive physical bar rier to prevent bacteria and pathogens from entering the dis tribution system. Raw water is pumped from the District's wells into a com mon intake line. Potassium permanganate and sodium hypochlorite are injected prior to a compact "static" mixer, to oxidize both iron and manganese. Sodium fluoride is also added at the same location. After the static mixer,the water

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Geosynthetic clay liner being installed for a secondary containment. Photo - Don Stewart (formerly of Terrafix)

geologist who discovered this type of clay in about 1890 in Fort Benton, Wyo ming, is a clay mineral with expansive characteristics and low permeability, where rnontmorillonite is the chief min

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Biosolids Management

WEAO biosolids report now available

The Water Environment Asso ciation of Ontario has com

pleted the report entitled: Fate and Significance of Selected Contaminants in Sewage Biosolids Applied to Agricultural Land Through Literature Review and Consultation with

Stakeholder Groups. Study results which had been presented at conferences and meetings,are available in the report. WEAO initiated the study in late 1999 as part of an ongoing effort to update and improve the agricultural land application of sewage biosolids in Ontario. Specific objectives of the project were to:

land-applied sewage biosolids have been studied by many experts. They all ar rived at a similar conclusion that appli cation of biosolids on agricultural land is safe, provided the guidelines are fol lowed. This included a three-year epidemiological study done by Ohio Uni versity which compared the health of the people living on farms that received biosolids to those living on farms that did not receive biosolids. Some mem

bers of the public, however, are still skeptical and remain unconvinced by the evidence. Their concerns arise from a

variety of incidences: the Walkerton E.

• Review, assess, and summarize infor

coll outbreak; microbial contamination

mation assembled from literature and

of tile drainage water following animal manure application; and a perceived in adequate monitoring and control of biosolids application. The study recom

consultation with credible non-govemment organizations, farming associa tions, experts and regulatory agencies (Stakeholders) regarding the fate and significance of contaminants in sewage biosolids after they are applied to agri

mended more studies be carried out to define and build consensus on risk as

• Use the information to divide specific contaminants in sewage biosolids into two groups. Group I contaminants have

sessment and management, and to de velop and/or evaluate best management practices to minimize risks. Trace Organics: which include VOCs, PAHs, pesticides, dioxins and furans,

sufficient credible scientific information

and LAS surfactants, are deemed to be

to assure the public that the current ag ricultural land application program/ guidelines are adequate to protect the well-being of soils, crops, animals, hu man health, ground and surface water qualities. Group II contaminants do not yet have such information. • Recommend a long-term study pro gram to complete the information gaps and actions that can mitigate any adverse effects that may be caused by the pres ence of specific contaminants in sew age biosolids. Comprehensive Terms of Reference for the top three studies iden tified in the long-term study program should be provided. • Disseminate the study findings and

Group I, due to their low concentrations in biosolids and/or rapid loss in the soil. Endocrine Disrupters: Alkylphenol surfactants and their degradation pro ducts including 4-nonyl phenol are

cultural lands.

recommendations to the Stakeholders

and municipalities through report/s)and workshop(s). Major study conclusions and recom mendations are summarized as follows:

Heavy metals: the current II metals being regulated in the biosolids guide lines are deemed to be adequate and are classified as Group I. The other metals silver, antimony, etc., are deemed to be Group II, and more data collection in biosolids and soil are recommended.

Pathogens: are deemed as Group II. Human health impacts of pathogens in 44

Tony Ho in biosolids be developed and then to be followed by field surveys. Radionuclides: are deemed as Group II. Ontario sewer use bylaws prohibit the discharge of radionuclides. Medi cally used radionuclides that may be discharged with human wastes are short lived.

Nitrogen and Phosphorus: are deemed to be Group I due to loading limits of 135 kg of plant-available nitrogen per hectare per five years. The study was co-sponsored by the Ontario Ministry of Environment, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Environment Canada,

City of Windsor, Regional Municipal-

WEAO initiated the study in late 1999 as part of an ongoing effort to update and improve the agricultural land application of sewage biosolids in Ontario. deemed to be Group I because these contaminants biodegraded rapidly in aerobic soil. Estrogenic hormones are considered as Group II due to lack of data. However, ongoing work at Agri culture and Agri-Food Canada on con centrations and fate of estrogenic hor mones in land-applied animal manure would be useful to estimate the signifi cance of hormones in sewage biosolids. Pharmaceuticals: are considered as

Group II due to lack of information in biosolids. By nature, most pharmaceu ticals are designed to be water-soluble, biodegradable and have short half-lives. The study recommended that analytical methods for measuring pharmaceuticals

ity of Waterloo, City of Hamilton, Regional Municipality of Niagara, Regional Municipality of Halton, City of Toronto, Regional Municipality of Durham, City of Peterborough, City of Ottawa and Ontario Federation of

Agriculture. Tony Ho and Dan lonescu, of the Ontario Ministry of Environment, are the co-chairs of the Technical Steering Committee for the study. The study was carried out by R.V. Anderson Associates Limited, M.D. Webber Environmental Consultant and SENES Consultants Limited.

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Coors brewery in Virginia expands iowrate anaerobic treatment system

Paques ADI Inc. recently con

structed a second patented ADI-BVFÂŽ anaerobic reactor

at Coors'Shenandoah Brewery in Virginia, US, on a design/build con tract basis, with start-up and commis sioning occurring in October,2001. The first BVF reactor was constructed there

in 1995. The decision to build another

reactor was based on the expansion of the Coors production facility and the excellent performance of the original reactor.

The Coors Brewing Company's Vir ginia facility is located between the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah River, near the Shenandoah National Park. Treated wastewater from

the plant is discharged directly into the environmentally sensitive South Fork of the Shenandoah River. The area is con

sidered as Class 1 pristine for environ mental permitting conditions. Initially, the wastewater at this facil ity was treated directly with a conven tional high-rate activated sludge system, which was started up in 1987. As is the case with many brewery wastewaters high in carbohydrates, but low in nutri ents, direct treatment with activated

sludge is problematic and sensitive to load changes. Treating this type of wastewater directly with an activated sludge type system is highly suscepti ble to fdamentous bacterial growth. Operators were continually chal lenged to keep the system sufficiently fine-tuned to meet effluent limits. Op erating costs for energy use, chemical addition and sludge handling/dewatering were substantial. At that time there

By Shannon Grant and Robert Landine, ADI Systems Inc., and Albert Cocci, Paques ADI Inc.

The original 22 700 rrf (6 million US gal.) and new 45 400 rrf (12 million US gal.) ADI-BVF reactors at Coors Brewing Company near Elkton, Virginia. The new BVF reactor (upper basin to the left and still without its cover at the time of the photo) was started up in October 2001; the original BVF reactor(adjacent and to the right) has been in operation since 1995. was also a concern for emission of vola

tile organic compounds(VOCs), which prevented further facility expansion. Coors' personnel undertook an analy sis of the market place in the late 1980s and early 1990s to look for an appropri ate technology to enhance the perform ance of the waste treatment system, re duce operating costs, and reduce VOC emissions. Various anaerobic and trick

ling filter technologies were investi gated. In the early 1990s,Coors entered into an agreement with ADI Systems Inc. to conduct a preliminary bench-scale pilot study of the anaerobic BVF reactor sys tem to prove its adequacy in treating the Shenandoah facility's wastewater. The low-rate BVF reactor offered the advan

tages of lower temperature operation, digestion of waste activated sludge

Table 1 - Design Parameters and 2001 Average Operating Results for Coors' First BVF Reactor Flow

COD

TSS

Design Influent

2840 mVd

3400 mg/1 2970 mg/1 500 mg/1 240 mg/1 85 percent 92 percent

150 mg/1 460 mg/1 250 mg/1 130 mg/1

Parameter

2001 Influent

2690 mVd

Design Effluent

2840 mVd

2001 Effluent

2690 m-Vd

Design Removals 2001 Removals 46

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-

72 percent

(WAS),greater flow and load equaliza tion, and easier procurement of seed sludge over high-rate anaerobic systems. Additional land use was not a signifi cant factor in the decision. The pilot was successful and consistently achieved good removals, with an average of87% COD removal at an operating tempera ture of 2rc.

ADI Systems was contracted in 1994

to design and build a 22,700 m'capac ity BVF reactor to treat the brewery wastewater at a design flow and BOD

loading of 2,840 mVd and 6,400 kg/d, respectively. The reactor was also de signed to digest the sludge produced in the existing activated sludge unit. The original BVF reactor has per formed very well. The improvement in the final effluent characteristics, and re

duction in sludge generation,energy use, chemical addition, and operating costs have been significant(Heidt and Burke, 1996). Waste sludge yield has been so low in fact that Coors has not had to

waste any biological sludge (anaerobic or aerobic)from the system in more than two years (at the time of writing in November 2001).

Design parameters and 2001 average operating results for the first BVF reacContimied overleaf

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tor (through September 2001 when the second reactor came on-line) are pro vided in Table 1. Average operating

temperature of the reactor was 30°C for the time period reflected by the 2001 average results. During previous years the reactor typically operated 3-5°C cooler (based on the yearly average) before a new biogas boiler was installed in late 2000 to utilize biogas for heating the system. The BVF reactor is a proprietary technology which is classified by ADl as a low-rate upflow anaerobic sludge blanket system. The relatively large volume of the BVF reactor helps pro vide internal equalization, as well as sufficient sludge storage capacity to maintain significant sludge mass at long retention times. The large sludge inven tory allows the system to operate at suboptimum temperatures (the original

BVF reactor operated at as low as 2rC for weeks at a time), allows aerobic sludge from the downstream process to be digested, minimizes overall sludge

yield (and waste sludge generated), and provides for significant stability and re silience against shock loadings.

Table 2 - System Design Flow and COD Loading Item

Design Average

Peak

Flow

9 460 mVd

15 100 mVd

COD

20 500 kg/d

24 100 kg/d

well as transfer heat via the boiler/heat

positive odour control. Access hatches and sampling ports are provided to al low inspection and monitoring. A pair of effluent pumps for each re actor conveys effluent to the activated sludge system, based on operator-input ted flow settings. The cover and reac tor designs for both systems allow level and volume fluctuations so that effluent

flow can be kept constant for several hours, and even days. Allowable vol

ume changes are 2,460 m'and 4,920 m^ for the original and new BVF reactors, respectively. This built-in equalization is ofsignificant benefit in terms of main taining stable conditions for the down stream activated sludge and chlorination processes, allowing chemical addition (for polymer, chlorination, dechlorination, etc.) and recycle rates to remain constant for extended periods of time. The relatively long hydraulic retention

The new BVF reactor has a total vol

time of the BVF reactors also means that

ume of 45,400 m^; the original BVF re

influent BOD loading to the aerobic sys tem remains very stable. Sludge recycle piping and pumping

actor has a total volume of 22,700 m\ half the volume of the new reactor. The

The relatively large volume of the BVF reactor helps provide internal equalization, as well as sufficient sludge storage capacity to maintain significant sludge mass at long retention times. new design parameters for the two-reactor system are given in Table 2. Once the new design conditions are reached, the typical flow split between the reac tors will be two-thirds/one-third, with

the new BVF reactor taking the larger flow.

The reactors at Coors are of earthen

and concrete construction, with vertical

allows sludge to be withdrawn from the effluent end of each reactor and returned

to the influent end to provide greater contact with incoming wastewater. In terior baffles promote retention of sludge within the influent zone and dis courage short-circuiting. The reactors have low-speed, high-flow mixers which operate on an interim basis to pro

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mote better substrate-biomass contact, reduce thermal stratification, reduce

with an impermeable double-layer syn thetic geomembrane. Each reactor has a floating geomem brane cover with a layer of insulation

dead zones, and maintain sludge fluid ity. Piping is placed in the influent zone of the reactor in a design that promotes

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are sealed gas tight to the concrete pe rimeter walls, thereby allowing collec tion of biogas, temperature control, and

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concrete side walls constructed on

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with the influent wastewater to provide blending and buffering of pH, alkalin ity, organic loading,and temperature,as exchanger system. Magnesium hydroxide slurry is typi cally added automatically to the influ ent to the anaerobic system to boost al kalinity and maintain a stable pH. Biogas is generated on a continuous basis and is collected beneath the reac

tor cover automatically by a biogas blower and fed to the boiler for utiliza

tion; excess biogas is flared. A pressure transmitter is used by the control sys tem to continuously monitor the cover

pressure and control the biogas blower speed so as to maintain a desired pres sure set point. The cover operates un der a small negative pressure. The computer control system pro vides continuous monitoring and outputting of system parameters such as flow, temperature, pH, cover pressure, etc. This data is trended graphically to aid in operator control and monitoring. System pumps, mixers, boiler,flare, and biogas blower are automatically control led by the PLC control system accord ing to fixed or operator-adjustable setpoints. To start up the new reactor, sludge was pumped from the original reactor through common piping between the two sets of recycle pumps. Heating of the new reactor contents was accom

plished using the boiler which burns biogas produced in the system. Since there was plenty of active sludge already acclimatized to the Coors wastewater to

seed the new reactor, start-up proceeded quickly and smoothly. At the time of writing, the new BVF reactor had been in operation for one month treating all the wastewater flow from the facility, which is currently about half the design flow/load for the new reactor.

The low-rate anaerobic BVF system has proven to be reliable, efficient, and has significantly reduced operating costs associated with aeration, nutrient addi

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added to the treatment train in 1995. The second BVF reactor allows for consid

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Marine Environment

Prince Philip and WWF launch new fund to protect Canada's marine environment powerful message in defence

A

of the Canadian marine en

vironment was delivered in

Toronto, October 20, by Prince Philip. He was attending the launch of the Duke of Edinburgh Fund to Protect Canada's Waters. Speaking without notes he displayed impressive knowledge of the serious problems and economic realities of Canadian aquatic resources, its fisheries. His message was leavened with a regal touch of humour when he leaned over to give advice to a camera man lying in a contorted yet prostrate position on the floor. "Just wait until the TV lights come on," the Prince advised in a fatherly tone which broke up his media audience. But his message was very serious and wide-ranging, and showed a great deal of scientific understanding about key ar eas of concern including: • Gwaii Haanas: A spectacular area in EC, off the southern Queen Charlotte Islands/Haida Gwaii, called Islands of Beauty by the Haida First Nation; • Western Lake Superior: The great inland sea, provides crucial habitat for coastal brook trout, the bald eagle and the threatened peregrine falcon; •The Sable Gully: Canada's underwater Grand Canyon, 200 kilometres east of Nova Scotia and home to the rare north ern bottlenose whales and thousand

year-old coral; and, • Igaliqtuuq on Baffin Island, where the Inuit propose to protect the eastern Arctic bowhead whale,the longest-lived mammal on the planet. "Progress in the protection of our marine environment has been rather

slow compared to that on land," said Prince Philip. "The main difference is that the oceans belong to all; there are no proprietorial rights as exist on land." He cited the losses of the cod fisheries in Newfoundland and the loss of her

ring fisheries in the North Sea as trag edies. He said that despite immense de velopments by the global fishing indus try in developing sophisticated trawling

Left to right: Joshua Laughren, Prince Philip and Monte Hummel at the press con ference at Toronto's Royal York Hotel. Photo - WWF Canada

static at some eight million tonnes. This means that the fisheries are in a state of decline the world over.

"How can you enforce rules in, say, the Pacific where some trawlers use up to six miles of micronetting which scoop up all sorts of fish besides the species the fishermen are seeking?" he asked. Most fishing regulations try to protect single species of fish but in the North Sea, for example, they often inadvert ently catch many other fish species, in cluding undersized fish. "These are usu ally thrown overboard because of regu lations, but the fish are quite dead when they are chucked back into the sea. WWF has plans to obtain coiporate in volvement in new initiatives," he said.

In reply to an ES&E question on the apparent incompatibility of big business cooperating with environmental activ ists, Prince Philip responded:"We must bring market forces to bear on the prob lem." He cited the examples of the fish ing industry where a system had been set up so that informed consumers would purchase supplies from fishing interests who harvested their catches on a sus

tainable basis. The Thames Estuary Stewardship Council was one such body where consumers could buy fish with the confidence that their purchases were part

buying from environmentally-aware suppliers. There are some anomalies regarding ocean fisheries. The Prince wryly noted: "Fish seem to thrive around the huge oil rigs in the North Sea and other areas." WWF-Canada President Monte

Hummel, earlier had pointed out that Prince Philip had helped raise $200 mil lion and traveled some 150,000 kilome tres to attend over 100 WWF-Canada

events since 1980, including news con ferences for each of the four areas which

will first benefit from the new fund.

Joshua Laughren, WWF-Canada's Director of Marine Conservation, noted

that: "The pace of development is out stripping the pace of conservation. The pressures on our waters are building, such as oil and gas development, aquaculture, damaging fishing practices, and the loss of our coastal wetlands.

"We all know about the importance of the tropical rainforests, or the great coastal rainforests in EC,but how many know of the giant kelp, found mainly on the west coast, which can grow to 200 feet high and form dense underwa ter forests? Just like forests on land,

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these kelp forests provide the habitat, the homes for an entire ecosystem. As much as 50% of our kelp forests have already been lost or degraded," he said.

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ters of deep-sea corals,truly ancient for collapse run into the billions of dollars, doesn't make the front pages. ests - estimated to be anywhere from and that doesn't even take into account Just for the record - at this meeting, 500 to 1,500 years old, perhaps as old the human costs of more than 30,000 some important and highly sensitive as our oldest trees. And they have been jobs lost and the continuing hardship of environmental issues were discussed at greatly damaged by fishing gear for over local communities." a high level by people in high places. It one hundred years." But the focus at this meeting was was covered by several TV stations and He elaborated on the Sable Gully, Prince Philip whose message was articu in syndicated Canadian press reports. offshore of Nova Scotia. It is two kilo late, powerful and very focussed on each But our rivers and seas were spared any metres deep, right on the edge of the environmental issue. Ironically, he said contamination from printers' ink in the continental shelf, and home to ancient the media could be very powerful in Toronto area. The Prince's erudite en corals and threatened northern putting pressure on politicians who vironmental message went unreported bottlenose whales. It is about as far breathe a sigh of relief when environ by four major newspapers, whose re away from humans as you can get in mental news like this is ignored, or porters attended the event. â?&#x2013; Canada, but oil, gas and fishing rigs are closing in, he noted. NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

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The goal of the project was to reduce overall expenses associated with current methods of disposal of hazardous waste by incineration or hazardous landfill. Onyx was able to apply a Particle Sizing System to this project, eliminat ing off-site disposal and saving the cus

tomer approximately $390,000. Challenge The challenge was to develop and provide new technology to take exist ing solids out of roll-off containers and blend them with a suspension media to meet delayed Coker quench cycle injec tion feed specifications. The resulting slurry from the PS-2001 system would be capable of self-suspension and meet the stringent quench cycle injection specifications.

tion of nuisance odours; production rates of approximately 22 cubic yards per day (12 hour day); acceptable particle size for Coker quench cycle injection; sol ids remaining in suspension with water as a medium;a system designed for con tinuous operation; a system that oper ates on pumpable sludges as well as dry solids material; elimination of outhaul

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Groundwater Disinfection

Upgrading well water disinfection systems

TheCity of Albuquerque, New

Mexico, depends on groundwater from 93 deep aquifer wells to supply drinking

water to more than 400,000

vision (AWUD) undertook an investi

tember 1999. As of March 2001,the sys

gation of viable alternative disinfection technologies. The conclusion was to switch to on-site generation of sodium hypochlorite (NaOCI).

tems have been installed at 11 stations that draw water from 28 wells. Of these

converted sites, the largest well field han dled by one station contains five wells.

users. The city is fortunate

At each site, treated wa Hydrogen \fenl

to have this source of water

which is relatively free of

Contrn Panel/PLC

bacteria. However, it must

use disinfection systems to meet EPA and local regula tions for water quality in its extensive storage and distri

ter is stored in large steel or

Secondary Hydrogen Vent

concrete reservoirs. These mtrascrttc

Sodium

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bution facilities. The total

ervoirs that have a combined To

production capacity of all wells is 294 million gallons a day (mgd), but conserva

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tion measures resulted in

peak usage last year of only 169 mgd. Disinfection takes place

reservoirs have capacities from 3 to 11 million gallons. In the overall system, there are 110 booster pumps send ing treated water to 46 res

capacity of 21 1 million US gallons. The Coronado pump sta tion is typical of the disin

Temperetlure

fection sites. As shown in

Switch

Figure 1, the basic compo

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at reservoirs that receive

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Sodium

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water from well fields con

taining from one to eight wells. Until recently, chlo rine gas from 150 lb. con tainers was being used for

nents

of

the

standard

ClorTec on-site hypochlorite generating system consist of an electrolytic cell with its power supply/rectifier, a

Control

/Semor

San Di3sc4ver

disinfection. Because of the

brine dilution device or

"brine doser" and a water softener. A salt dissolver as

inherent hazards of handling Figure 1: Standard ClorTec On-Site Hypochlorite Generating a source of concentrated (30%) brine and a storage chlorine gas, plus more System. tank for the generated 0.8 stringent regulations on its percent sodium hypochlorite solution use, the Albuquerque Water Utility Di Site Conversions For practical and economic reasons, (also referred to as the day tank) are set By Randy Walsh, AWUD set up a program to convert sta up by AWUD,as is the metering pump Albuquerque Water Utility Div., tions over about three fiscal years. After that controls dosage rate. Albuquerque, New Mexico Continued on page 57 a pilot test, the program started in Sep

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Membrane technology for

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industrial wastewater

storage Chem-Loc Buildings are uniquely designed and manufactured by MakLoc Buildings Inc. to provide safety, security, segrega tion, and secondary con

ZENON's ZenoGem® bioreactor

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Groundwater Disinfection AWUD standardized on 70 lb. cells, to maintain constant desired residuals in • Eliminates handling of hazardous ma and multiples of 70, meaning that a one the finished water. terials; cell system can produce up to 70 pounds • Affords all of the benefits of chlorine After careful evaluation and competi of chlorine per day (ppd) and a system tive bidding, AWUD chose the ClorTec as a disinfectant without the problems with two 70 lb. cells can produce up to On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generat of using the gas; 140 ppd. The supplier offers higher or ing System by Severn Trent Services, • Eliminates bulk storage of hazardous lower cell capacities, but AWUD chose Inc. Geared to the extended conversion chemicals; program, it orders groups of standard • Resists degrading as a disinfectant; and this standardized approach for simplic ity in operation and maintenance. assemblies that are stored in trailers • Reduces DBFs. The dosage rate for treating the City ready for transporting to the next con To compare overall costs of on-site generation systems versus gas chlorinaof Albuquerque well water at each site version site. is 1.0 to 1.2 parts per million (ppm) of The systems are installed entirely by tors, one must realize that the latter sys free chlorine. This rate is relatively low AWUD personnel. If a new building is tems include such mandatory auxiliaries because of the high quality of the water. needed or auxiliary equipment such as as scrubbers, back-up power and valves The primary purpose of the treatment is an electrical power system is required, for automatic closure of cylinders as a to provide residual chlorine in the res AWUD contracts this work out. When safety measure. ervoirs and distribution system, as EPA the installation is complete,the supplier Experience with the on-site systems and local regulations mandate. Other inspects the system before certifying the has been relatively trouble-free and has cities using chlorine might be required warranty. consistently maintained the chlorine to have higher dosage rates. residuals in the treated water in storage Benefits AWUD uses a magnetic flowmeter Operating advantages with on-site and distribution at the desired level. to measure the dosing of the sodium generation include: AWUD manually checks chlorine lev hypochlorite solution that flows from the • Operates safely both for the public and els daily in the field and also uses con discharge line on the hypo storage tank. operators; tinuous monitoring at several sites. Severn Trent Services ChlorTec OnA metering pump on the discharge line • Generates 0.8% hypo, which is OSHA Site Hypochlorite Generating Systems controls the dosing; the flowmeter as and FPA exempt; are represented in Canada by Metcon well as the calibration tubes can be used • Produces sodium hypochlorite at the site, on demand; Sales & Engineering Limited. to adjust the set point of the pump. For more information, Typically, the salt dissolver is loaded • Avoids dependency on chemical sup circle reply card No. 147 pliers; to supply brine for four days of opera tion. For simplicity, AWUD standard ized on obtaining the salt in 50 lb. bags. System Selection Faced with ever increasing regula tions (federal, state and municipal) for the handling and storage of chlorine gas, AWUD set up a pilot installation, using a gas chlorination system that would meet foreseen restrictions in every as pect of its design. This test showed that compliance with such regulations would simply be too costly and that alternative methods should be explored. In evaluating other options for pro viding chlorine disinfection, AWUD looked at capital, maintenance and chemical costs. One alternative is the

purchase of bulk sodium hypochlorite liquid that is commercially available as a 12.5 percent solution. While this ap proach does not have the transportation or storage hazards to the extent present with chlorine, there are safety factors to be considered such as corrosive va

pours when using bulk sodium hy pochlorite. The bulk solution is subject to deg radation in storage and the formation of chlorates that are FPA-regulated disin fection by-products (DBFs). Further complications from the degradation of commercial hypochlorite are the con stant changes required in the dosage rate

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Product and Service Showcase Concrete Pipe Handbook

New concrete pipe detention systems software

Round hatches to fit precast concrete manhole sections

The American Concrete Pipe Association The latest edition of the Concrete Pipe Handbook,a comprehensive collection of theories, formulas and aids for designing concrete pipe systems, is available from the American Concrete Pipe Association. Now in its fifth printing, the handbook has been updated to include information on Standard Installation using Indirect De sign. American Concrete Pipe Assoc. Circle reply card No. 198

detention .system design using concrete pipe. Called "DASH-Detention and Sewer Hydraulics", the program provides the tools needed for the hydraulic design of concrete pipe detention systems,storm drainage, and sanitary sewers. The pro gram also includes ACPA's popular PipePac 2000. AGFA Circle reply card No. 199

Multi-stage filter for small systems

evaporation process

has released new interactive software of

Standard MSU, all aluminum, round

hatches fit precast manhole sections from 48" to 144" diameters, and are available

in two- and four-door configurations. They are suited for leachate collector manholes in landfill sites. Custom con

figurations are available to meet special applications such as pumping stations. MSU Mississauga Ltd. Circle reply card No. 200

Your information resource

Low cost AutoFlash

The Corrugated Polyethylene Pipe

The AutoFla.sh is

a time-proven evaporation sys tem with the capa bility of using low-grade, reject,

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. 201

Engineering services

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Pipe Institute, is your information resource

on corrugated high-

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only source of en ergy for phase separation. This exclusive feature makes evaporation a very viable treatment method for TDS (total dissolved solids), over4,500 milli grams per litre. The proprietaiy,self-regu lating device causes the AutoFlash to be able to operate outside of steady state con ditions in a highly stable manner. Donson Engineering

drainage pipe and key issues related to our manufacturers' products, including: strength, structural integrity, service life, proper installation, hydraulics and chemi

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Armtec introduces Bridge-Plate® which they claim is the strongest corrugation available in the bridge market today. It is available in arch and box shapes, 3.5 times stronger than structural plate, more than 10 times stiffer than structural plate, and claimed to be the strongest and stiffest product on the market. Armtec built the first Super-Span® bridge in the world and is taking the bridge market to new heights. Armtec Circle reply card No. 205

BOSS sewer pipe is a corrugated ther moplastic pipe manufactured from high density polyethylene (HDPE). Engi neered for gravity flow systems, BOSS pipe is available in standard 4-metre lengths in sizes from 100 mm to 900 mm nominal inside diameter. The corrugated exterior provides excellent pipe stiffness characteristics, with 320 kPa at 5% de flection available in all sizes of BOSS 2000 and POLYTITE. Armtec

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Product and Service Showcase Package Wastewater Plants

Packaged sewage pumping system

Adapted to Your Needs

New pump doubles impeller and wearplate life Gorman-Rupp

of

Canada Ltd., has in troduced the Super T Series™

of self-

priming centrifugal pumps. Based on the T Series solids-han

We have supplied Package Sewage Treat ment Plants worldwide. The Package Plant 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.

Gorman-Rupp's new J Series Packaged Submersible Pumping System places controls and valves above ground in an attractive, vandal-resistant fiberglass en closure. This design permits safe and easy access to controls or valves for main tenance or .service. Compact, economi

cal design reduces site space require ments by eliminating the need for a sepa rate valve pit. Gorman-Rupp

dling trash pumps, the new Super T Se ries is said to double impeller and wearplate life to decrease downtime and keep the pump operating at maximum ef ficiency. External shimless wearplate ad justment for easy maintenance of the clearance between the impeller and wearplate results in the dramatic increase in impeller and wearplate life of the Su per T Series pump. Gorman-Rupp

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Inlet Stormceptor® system

Series Stormceptor system

Signal converter The use 6000 sig

The Inlet Storm

nal converter from

ceptor System em ploys the same prin ciples of operation as

Danfoss eliminates the worries of

choosing specific

the well-known In

line Interceptors. Developed to treat run-off from an area

of up to 0.30 ha, the Inlet Stormceptor has inherited the in

ternal by-pass function, ensuring that all sediment and oil removed from storm-

water run-off remains trapped within the storage chamber,even during peak flows. There are cumently more than 4,500 units installed throughout North America. Stormceptor Canada Inc.

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communication

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Developed for the treatment of larger

' lizing a dissolved oxygen sensor in

catchment ai'eas, the new Series Storm

ceptor system employs the same operat ing principles as the well-known Inline and Inlet Stormceptor systems. The sys tem receives flow from a single inlet pipe and splits it into two distinct streams, which are treated in two separate treatment chambers before recombining into a sin gle outlet pipe. It effectively doubles the treatment area of the inline system. Stormceptor Canada Inc. Circle reply card No. 211

Auger Monsters made to fit in your 12" channels JWC

I

Ultrasonics for water

aeration tanks. De

signed to be easily mounted with the EVITA® Oxy dissolved oxygen .sensor, this CE, C-tick and ULapproved converter compensates for tem perature, barometric pressure, humidity, and salinity. It operates in temperatures ranging from -40°C to -i-70°C with ±0.1° accuracy.

Davis Controls Limited

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Online bromine measurement

and wastewater

For a variety of ap plications including

Environ

mental introduces

a new Auger Monster®, built to

catchment basin

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channel flow, limit

nels. Featuring only a 170mm (6 5/8") diameter spiral, now cus

detection, and dry pump protection, Prosonic T ultra

ProMinent has developed an online sensor

sonic non-contact

specific to total bromine, measuring free

tomers can add an

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Auger Monster to their existing channel systems without the additional costs of civil work. Its unique approach to solids removal offers the high capture rate of a fine screen, while achieving a new standard in screening and solids re

are versatile and

and combined bromine in the range of 0.2 to 10 ppm and pH ranges of6.5 to 9.5. Used in conjunction with a DIG controlling de vice, now bromine applications can be

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economical. Fea tures include: com

pact construction, measuring ranges up to 15m, fixed target suppression, easy

configuration, and HART® digital com munication. Available in two or four wire versions. Endress -I- Hauser

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monitored and controlled. Bromine, an al

ternative to chlorine, is used in cooling tower, rinsing baths and swimming pool

applications as it is a more effective algaecide. ProMinent Fluid Controls Circle reply card No. 215 59


Product and Service Showcase Asphalt joint sealing

Flex

ana coating

Upgrade existing BOD plant Kaldnes

North

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veloped a cost-ef fective alternative

to upgrade an ex isting BOD plant into a total nitrifi

Densoband is a polymer modified bitumen strip that has been widely utilized in the road maintenance and constmction indus

try for over 30 years. It is used to fonn a flexible, wateiproof seal between new hot asphalt and existing asphalt, concrete or steel. The .sealed joint is unaffected by ex tremes in temperature and stays in place to prevent water,road salt and pollutants from penetrating and cracking the asphalt. Denso North America

Irathane 162 is a two-component polyurethane coating system which provides high flexibility and excellent resistance to petroleum derivatives such as fuels and oils, as well as to wear,abrasion,impact, weath ering and UV. Ideal for protecting concrete and steel in primaiy and secondary contain ment applications, it also offers excellent resistance to chemical slurries and water

solutions at ambient temperatures. ITW Devcon Engineered Coatings

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COD measuring systems

Product info now on CD

cation system or increase the treat

ment capacity of an existing nitrification plant to meet higher projected flows and strict municipal regu lations. By using this method, the solids inventory in cuixent wastewater treatment systems will increa.se without increasing the solids load to the existing clarifiers. Kaldnes North America

Circle reply card No, 218

Acid wastewater

neutralizing system PHIX is an environmen

tally-friendly system that adjusts the pH of acidic wastewater streams to

within regulatory limits without constant opera tor attention. The inno The EloxMonitor is suitable for almost

every COD measurement in sewage treat ment and industrial applications. The au tomatic ranging allows the determination of COD values between I and 100,000

mg/1. Within 30 seconds, a measuring value of the actual delivered sample is available. This makes possible the deter mination ofstrong, short successive spikes of the COD in the daily survey (fluctua tions). Can-Am Instruments

Circle reply card No. 219

pH System loop, line or battery-powered

The Schlumberger Measurement Division has issued complete flow measurement product information on a new CD. Included are descriptions, photographs, specifica tions, peifomiance data, typical application tlow charts, and scores of specific applica tion ideas. Technical specifications sheets on all products and accessories are provided in Adobe AcrobatÂŽ fonnat. A Frequently Asked Questions section provides helpful information. Schlumberger Circle reply card No. 220

Portable ultrasonic flow meter

TheQ45PpH sys

monitor/

Sensor

components are made of PEEK

thennoplastic. Other features include dual O-ring seals, replaceable saltbridge, and custom double-shielded cable. The moni

tor is easily converted from a loop-pow ered device into a line-powered controller with relays, or battery-powered portable unit, using optional plug-in cards. Quantum Analytical Instruments Inc. Circle reply card No. 222

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the PHIX Media. This creates a more effective and efficient neu

tralization process, and can be used in con tinuous or batch flows. The media will neutralize acid wastewater without the use

of metering pumps controlled by pH sen sors. Green Turtle Technologies Circle reply card No. 221

Immersed ultrafiltratlon membranes

tion membranes is

analyzer with a rugged industrial sensor.

comes into contact with

500 .series of im mersed ultrafiltra-

microprocessorbased

sures all wastewater

The ZeeWeedÂŽ

tem combines a 25.0 -C

vation is a flow-through reactor design that en

the only mem The Series TFXP Portable Transit Time Flow Meter features an advanced non-in

vasive flow measurement technology,and provides a system with great accuracy, ver satility and ease of installation. Designed primarily for cleaner liquids, it can reli ably measure liquids containing moderate amounts of suspended solids or aeration, for long or short-term flow measurement surveys on full pipe liquid .systems. Pipe diameters from 1"(25mm)to 100"(2,540 mm). Dynasonics Circle reply card No. 223

brane in the in

dustry engineered with a reinforced hollow fiber. The

rugged fibers, combined with an open module design, allow operation in high levels of .suspended solids. The mem brane simplifies conventional processes and provides a long membrane life, even under the harshest operating conditions. ZENON Environmental Inc.

Circle reply card No. 224

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Product and Service Showcase Sewer system optimization

Ultrasonic level transmitters

On-site wastewater treatment

EchoTREK ultra

#^

sonic transmitters offer the best in

liquid level meas urement in a com

Environmental regulations and budget constraints compel municipalities and in dustries to optimize the use of their sew ers, pumping stations and CSOs,and make decisions about how and when to upgrade, Delcan executes safe successful temporary sewer flow monitoring programs, and de signs permanent flow monitoring stations and networks. Accurate flow data and in

terpretation are crucial to the quality of subsequent sewer system modeling, plan ning, budgeting, and design. Delcan Circle reply card No. 225

Tank solutions

Diverse Plastic 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. (IBCs). 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

Circle reply card No. 228

HEC-RAS/12D

pact simple pack age. Developed using the estab lished SenSonic range of Nivelco nan'ow beam angle pulse echo transducers, the

The Waterloo BiofilterÂŽ is a patented aerobic trickle filter designed for efficient treatment of residential and communal

units are available with measurement

wastewaters and landfill leachate. We

ranges up to 25 metres - with standard plastic, PTFE or stainless steel sensor

specialize in treating wastewater for im mediate domestic re-use and golf course irrigation. Typical removal rates are

faces. Installed on the tank roof, or above

the liquid surface to be measured, the transmitter gives an analogue output pro portional to liquid level. Cancoppas Limited Circle reply card No. 226

JetMix

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 Water Environment Federation.

Greatario Engineered Storage Systems Circle reply card No. 229

New motion sensor protects process and equipment

>95% TSS and >90% BOD,20-50% TN

and 90-99% coliform in a single pass. (Photograph: RattleSnake Point Golf Club Treatment Facility, Milton, ON). Waterloo Biofilter Systems Inc. Circle reply card No. 227

Microprocessor controlled multi-gas monitor

Designed to provide personal safety, the MicroMax is OSHA compliant. Its rug ged aluminum case provides RFI/EMI shielding, as well as dust, water and im pact resistance. It is designed, tested and manufactured under strict ISO 9001 qual ity systems, and is UL classified and CSA certified intrinsically safe for use in Cla.ss I, Division I and II, Groups A, B, C and D areas. Lnmidor Safety Products Circle reply card No. 230

New-generation MuitiRanger The new-genera tion Milltronics

MuitiRanger ul trasonic

level

transceiver offers

digital communi cations and the

latest technology features.

Create a HEC-RAS model directly from a Digital Teirain Model (12D) and cre ate inundation maps from the results. Complete integration between 12D and HEC-RAS allows water level results read back into our 12D model. A water level

surface is automatically created and ready for presentation, plans production and further analysis. XP Software Circle reply card No. 231

This

This heavy duty motion sensor has been specially designed to protect rotating and conveying equipment such as bucket el evators, rotary feeders, screw conveyors, and belt conveyors trsed in the mining, aggregate, cement, water and wastewater, and pulp and paper industries. The MEl00 sensor monitors ferrous targets mounted to drive sprockets or rotating pulleys.

designed for short-to medium-range ap plications up to 15 metres (50 ft.). First introduced in 1987, MuitiRanger is used for level measurement applications in the water and wastewater, mining, aggregate, cement,chemical, pulp & paper,food and other process industries.

Siemens Milltronics Process lust. Inc.

Siemens Milltronics Process Inst. Inc.

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multi-functional

level monitor is

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Product and Service Showcase Iron and manganese removal

Safe drinking water by hypochlorination

Flow pacing valve

ProMinent offers a simple and reliable chlorine disinfection program for potable water. Dulcometer sensors provide pre cise continuous monitoring ofchlorine re sidual (free or total), and FID control via high-precision metering pumps to main

The Regal Smartvalve^''^ is an accurate and versatile Flow Pacing Valve for chlo rine or sulphur dioxide. Operating on fully automatic or manual, with an ad justable "low-flow" alarm, it is widely used for treating water with varying flow rates. The multi function digital display highlights flow rate, valve flow position in pounds per day of actual gas feed rate, mode of operation, and dosage value. Chlorinators Incorporated Circle reply card No. 236

Filtronics Electromedia 1 System is a simple, compact filtration system that effectively removes iron and manganese concentrations without the use of green sand or potassium permanganate. Elec tromedia 1 filters up to 15 gpm per sq. ft. and offers extremely low operation and maintenance costs, especially in chemi cals, according to the manufacturer. Metcon Sales & Engineering

clude reagent-free sensor technology, menu-driven display, alarm contacts for up.set conditions, and automatic fault di agnostic. Metcon Sales & Engineering

Circle reply card No. 234

Circle reply card No. 235

High performance metering

Reduction of heavy metals from water supplies using MEDIA G2ÂŽ adsorption

pumps

tain a safe chlorine residual. Features in

Phoenix Underdrain System The AWI Phoenix

arsenic and other

Underdrain System is a complete under drain system to optimize both verti

metals such as iron,

cal and horizontal

Water treatment sys tems for removal of

hexavalent chro

mium and uranium,

pressure filters.

AWI

est profile available

FILTH? OPnMIZATION

on the market to

Said to be the low

Pulsar pumps offer typical liquid end

using our patented, iron-based adsorp

construction of 316 stainless steel, PVC

tion filter media- MEDIA G2ÂŽ. Certified

day; its filtered water pick-up lateral ori

to ANSI/NSF Standaid 61 for drinking wa ter applications. Removes arsenic from 1200 ppb to less than 2 ppb - non-hazard

fice is <25 mm from the filter floor.

and PVDF with an elastomer-backed

Teflon diaphragm. The liquid end is available in other standard high-alloy materials such as Alloy C,Alloy 20, and Monel. Pulsafeeder recently appointed Indachem Inc. exclusive municipal rep resentative for Pulsafeeder in Ontario. Indachem Inc.

ous residuals. Reduces hexavalent chro

mium from 200 ppb to 0.1 ppb. Systems available for capacities of 50 to 10,000 gpm. ADI International Inc. Circle reply card No. 238

Manufactured from corrosion-resistant

stainless steel, it provides custom hydrau lic distribution with a guaranteed uniform air scour distribution. Flow distribution

is engineered in-house at AWI's hydrau lic research facility. AWI Circle reply card No. 239

Circle reply card No. 237

Introducing the N-Pumps!

Submersible pumping/mixing

Years of research

coupled with cus tomer demands and

extensive

field trials have

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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We

have

Flbreglass domestic heating oil storage tanks

been

making submers ible pumps since 1948, when we introduced

the

world's first sub

mersible designed for pumping con taminated water.

Over the years, our name has come to stand for efficient,

versatile products of the highest quality and we have remained at the forefront of

development. Our designs, patents, and technical innovations have made us the

world's leading manufacturer of submers ible pumping/mixing equipment and fluid handling technology. ITT Flygt

Circle reply card No. 241

Flbreglass tanks are made of corrosion re sistant materials. Unlike steel tanks,ZCL

flbreglass tanks are maintenance-free and never rust, inside or out. Backed by a 25year warranty, they provide long-term, trouble free service. Choose from double

or single wall designs with holding capaci ties of 200 or 250 gallons. Continuous monitoring capability is built in with a visual "site-glass". ZCL Composites Circle reply card No. 242

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Product and Service Showcase Acres &

Assocktec)

▲V

Mc Graw

Environmental Limited Environmental consulting engineers and scientists specializing in: water resources planning; water supply, transmission and treatment; wastewater collection and

treatment; electrical engineering, instru mentation and controls; municipal infra structure services; solid waste and haz

Association of Ontario

Land Surveyors

ardous materials management; geo-environmental investigations and site

1-800-268-0718

remediation; environmental assessments

and planning. Acres & Associated

Circle reply card No. 244

Circle reply card No. 243

McGraw-Hill is a leading publisher of Environmental and Civil Engineering books and products. Our authors are in ternational experts and provide critical insights on environmental issues, devel opments and trends. Browse our new online catalogue for product information at: www.McGrawHill.ca/tpm. McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd.

Circle reply card No. 245

Bloflltratlon

ACLAE

Biofor® is based

Package potable water treatment

on the co-current

upflow of air and water, and the re tention of bacteria

and suspended .solids in a media called Biolite®.

CABAL Laboratory accreditation means better data: International standards, mandatory audits, mandatory inter-comparisons, and better data. Look for "Performance Com

parison" at: www.caeal.ca. The Canadian Association for

Environmental Analytical Laboratories Circle reply card No. 246

This results in a

high rate of filtra tion and provides extended filter runs and an odour-free workplace. The Biofor was successfully incorporated into a new fa cility in Chateauguay, Quebec. At this

facility, design flow is 27,000 mVd, with peak of 83,000 mVd. BOD removal effi ciency is greater than 80%. ONDEO Degreniont

Circle reply card No. 247

Upgrade Now

Now available!

The Pulsapak® is a package potable water treatment plant designed for both munici pal and industrial applications. It com bines two Degremont technologies: the Pulsator Flocculator-Clarifier, and a sand

and anthracite dual media gravity filter. The Pulsapak produces clean water equal in quality to that produced by large instal lations. ONDEO Degremont

Circle reply card No. 248

Upgrading your underdrain system? Upgrading your ex isting filter under drain system? We cover them all with the AWI Phoenix

The new version of PipePac 2000 in cludes advances such as a new 32 bit

An in-depth analysis of drainage pipe per formance and design comparisons of con crete pipe vs HDPE. The technical data you NEED to know when specifying your next project. Call for your copy now! OCPA

operating system for quicker runtime; better help screens; upgrades to the Life Cycle Analysis; and LIVE updates to cape's pipe costing tables. Call the Ontario Concrete Pipe Association (905) 631-9696, for your free copy or if you have Access 2000 or 2000 Runtime,

download PipePac 2000 from www. ocpa.com. OCPA

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Circle reply card No. 250

Panel System! It is ideal as an upgrade for all types of fil ter systems: clay tile block, plastic FILTER OPTIMIZATION cap or false bottom. The AWI Phoenix Panel Sy.stem does not require the existing underdrain to be re moved and eliminates the need for filter

gravel. Install the AWI Phoenix Panel System to improve backwash distribu tion, lengthen filter runs and lower tur bidity effluent. AWI Circle reply card No. 251 63


Industry Update New NCE to lead clean

ences and Engineering Research Coun

water research initiatives

cil, the Canadian Institutes for Health Research, and the Social Sciences and

The Canadian Water Network, a new Network of Centres of Excellence

(NCE), was launched in November in

Humanities Research Council jointly manage the NCE Program. Contact: www.nce.gc.ca.

line will integrate these industry stand ards into its internationally mandated Safety Management System which en sures compliance through internal and third party audits.

Waterloo, Ontario.

Civil engineers forge NAFTA-inspired alliance

The Canadian Water Network in

Cruise line waste

cludes 175 researchers from 38 univer

standards raised

sities, 29 companies,and 40 government agencies who will undertake research aimed at ensuring Canada's leadership role in the management and sustainable

Members of the International Council

An alliance has been formed to work

of Cruise Lines have adopted mandatory

towards realizing the full potential of the engineering portion of the North Ameri can Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

use of water resources. In addition, the

environmental standards for all of their

cruise ships, based on principles that comply with international and US envi

The North American Alliance for Civil

ronmental laws.

Engineering (NAACE) was created in

network will be studying the protection of human and aquatic ecosystems and applying new water technologies for continued economic growth. The University of Waterloo will host

from the environmental violations of the

to civil engineers and related profession

past. One council member was handed

als in the United States, Canada and

a record $18 million criminal fine in July

Mexico.

the administrative centre of the new

1999, for dumping waste oil and haz

NCE.

ardous chemicals into the sea.

NCEs are partnerships among indus try, universities, and government. They are designed to develop the economy and improve quality of life for Canadi

To improve environmental perform ance, these cruise lines are now testing and installing wastewater treatment sys tems that discharge effluent of high qual ity. Effluents meeting these standards would not be subjected to strict dis charge limitations, an advantage to the cruise companies. Each ICCL member

It was signed by leaders of the Ameri can Society of Civil Engineers, the Ca nadian Society for Civil Engineering, the College of Mexican Civil Engineers, and the Mexican Republic College Fed eration of Civil Engineers. Together, these organizations represent more than

ans. These nation-wide networks con

nect research with industrial know-how

and practical investment. Industry Canada, the Natural Sci

The agreement marks a turnaround

order to enhance the resources available

153,000 members.

Contact:

www.asce.org/about/

intlagree.cfm.

Entrepreneurial Business Executive Comnnercial Water Filtration Equipment Company

Our client develops, produces and markets unique water filtration equipment/systems for small municipal and industrial applications across North America. Based on the success of numerous installations in recent years, a significant expansion opportunity has been identified and a new company has been established, requiring a professional business leader to spearhead strategic growth. Reporting to a Board of Directors, you will lead the company as the first senior manager by hiring key staff and developing an organization to support dramatic growth. In the 15 to 20 years following your degree in Engineering or Science (and possibly Business), you have advanced steadily to senior management through challenging business, technical and people management roles. A hands-on.

resourceful and proactive leader, you are skilled at providing customers with professional consulting, technical support and project management services. Your communication and interpersonal skills have been well-honed through exposure to professionally managed companies, customers and staff. Ideally, you have broad experience relating to the consulting, design, sale and installation of engineered equipment. Anxious to accelerate your career into high gear, you are committed to finding that ultimate borderless challenge for your superior personal skills and ambition, and are energized in an environment that champions the entre preneurial spirit. A most rewarding opportunity is offered in terms of compensation (including stock incentives), impact and rapid growth potential.

CAMPA & Associates

Reply in confidence, quoting file 450, to:

1 Yonge St., Ste. 1801, Toronto, ON M5E 1W7. Fax:(416) 214-5764

E-mail: carl@campasearch.com

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ES&E's 14th

Annual Directory & Equipment Specifiers' Guide 3S

Environmental consulting engineering firms and testing laboratories 65 Equipment and service suppliers 79 Products & services

Associations

ES&E's Guide to Environmental Consultants

and Testing Laboratories Note: This guide is intended as a service for ES&E readers oniy. No

naires.

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ACTIVATION LABORATORIES LTD.

AIMS CONSULTING ENVIRONMENTAL

1336 Sandhill Drive, Ancaster, ON L9G 4V5

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

(905)648-9611 Fax:(905)648-9613

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

Contact: Eric L. Hoffman, President ADI SYSTEMS INC.

300-1133 Regent Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 3Z2 (506)452-7307 Fax:(506)452-7308 Contact: Robert C. Landine, President

claims are made that it is a com

prehensive review. ES&E relies on information supplied by com panies who returned question

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CONSULTING ENGINEERS PLANNERS

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING EFFICIENCY SYSTEMS

AINLEY GROUP

6-118 Fife Avenue, Kitchener, ON N2B 1N3

280 Pretty River Parkway, Collingwood, ON L9Y 4J5 (705)445-3451 Fax:(705)445-0968 E-mail: colllngwood@ainleygroup.com Web site: www.ainleygroup.com Contact: Terry Hardy, President With offices in Barrie, Belleville, Collingwood and Ottawa, the AInley Group provides planning and engineering services throughout central and east ern Ontario. Typical projects include environmen

(519)745-2463 Fax:(519)745-7380 Contact: Chris Purtle, Partner

A&A ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

3 Industrial Dr., P.O. Box 604, Kirkiand Lake, ON

P2N 3J5 (705)567-4996 Fax:(705)568-8368 Contact: Dr. George Duncan, President

tal assessments, water and wastewater treatment ABBOTT LABORATORIES

8401 rte Transcanadienne, Saint-Laurent, 00

H4S 1Z1 (514)832-7014 Fax:(514)832-7825 Contact: Pierre Dagenais, Environment & Safety Mgr.

AGL MARKETING LIMITED

plants, water distribution and sewage collection sys tems, roads and highways, surface and stormwater management systems, pumping stations and stor age reservoirs.

8-146 Colonnade Road, Ottawa, ON K2E 7Y1

20 Moultrey Crescent, Georgetown, ON L7G 4N5 (905)877-5369 Fax:(905)702-0819 E-mail: glee@aglmarketing.com Web site: www.aglmarketing.com

(613)727-5692 Fax:(613)727-5222

Contact: Grant Lee, President

Contact: Robert Walker, Client Services

Marketing plans and budgets; media campaigns and budgets; newsletters; market research; editing; pro posal preparation; collateral material; exhibits; web site planning; presentations; client surveys; client contact and maintenance programs; and marketing

101-20120, 64 Avenue, Langley, BC V2Y 1M8 (604)533-2582 Fax:(604)530-4205

seminars.

Contact: Alan Lantranco, President

ACCUTEST LABORATORIES LTD.

ACG GEO + ENVIRONMENTAL

626 Pine Island Crescent, Waterloo, ON N2V 1T4

Contact: D.W. Flubble, Principal

AKAN OIL & MINERALS LTD.

8 Waterloo Drive S.W., Calgary, AB T3C 3E8 (403)249-2269 Contact: Robert Russell, Research & Development A. LANFRANCO & ASSOCIATES INC.

ACRES & ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

A.I. ENGINEERING SERVICES

ALDWORTH ENGINEERING INC.

525-21 Four Seasons Place, Toronto, ON M9B 6J8

4458 Bathurst Street, Downsview, ON M3H 382

103-85 Curlew Drive, Toronto, ON M3A2P8

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

(416)398-5746 Fax:(416)398-9363

Contact: Bill Chlstiolm, President

Contact: Aron Itkin, President

(416)446-6300 Fax:(416)446-6303 Contact: George Aldworth, President

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories A

ALS ENVIRONMENTAL

1988 Triumph street, Vancouver, BC V5L1K5

AUS enulronm.ntal

(800)665-0243,(604)253-4188 pgx;(604)253-6700

modeling, emission inventories, lAQ, stack sam pling), regulatory permitting/reporting (C/As, NPRI, MOE Airborne Contaminant Discharge), and litiga tion support. 60-r full-time speciaiists. Offices iocated in Ottawa, Toronto, and Caigary.

BIOGENIE S.R.D.C. INC.

12672 Industriei Blvd., Montreal, OC H1A 3V2

(514)644-1405 Fax: (514)644-1353 Contact: Georges Szaraz, General Manager BLUEWATER ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

E-mail: vancouver@alsenviro.com Web site: www.alsenviro.com

AQUATIC RESOURCES LIMITED

201-704 Mara Street, Point Edward, ON N7V 1X4

Contact: Brent Mawdsley, Bus. Development Mgr. Excellence in analytical testing,(formerly ASL Ana lytical Service Laboratories), ALS has 14 laborato ries worldwide. Environmental testing of water, soli/

9010 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC V6P 4B9

(604)266-1113 Fax:(604)266-1513 Contact: Tim Slaney, Project Manager

(888)808-9782, (519)337-0228 Fax: (519)337-9178 Contact: Kevin P. Hill, Project Coordinator

sediment, biota, and air; site assessment and

ARRAKIS CONSULTANTS INC.

remediation analysis; mobile on-site laboratory serv ices. SCC/CAEAL accredited for specific services.

7050 boul Hamel O, Sainte-Foy, QC G2G 1B5 (418)877-6168 Fax:(418)877-0388 Contact: Dominique Proulx, President

Contact: Steve Burns, President

ASSOC^TED

4 Horseshoe Bay, Winnipeg, MB R3R 3B2 (204)889-5275 Fax: (204)889-2348

B.M. ROSS AND ASSOCIATES LIMITED

62 North Street, Goderich, ON N7A 2T4

ALTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING LTD.

12 Banigan Drive, Toronto, ON M4H 1E9 (416)467-5555 Fax:(416)467-9824 Contact: Alex Keen, President and CEO

ENGINEERING

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AL-TERRA ENGINEERING LTD.

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING GROUP LTD.

4010 76 Avenue N.W., Edmonton, AB T6B 2P1

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

(780)440-4411 Fax:(780)440-2585 Contact: Corry Broks, Vice President AMEC E8C SERVICES LIMITED

700-2020 Winston Park Dr., Oakviile, ON L6H 6X7

(905)829-5400 Fax:(905)829-5401 Contact: Tina Ruparel, Bus. Development Energy

Web site: www.ae.ca

Contact: Rick Corbett, VP, Env. Engineering Specializing in water and wastewater treatment, water supply systems, wastewater coilectlon, stormwater management systems, water resources, solid waste management, and environmental planning.

AMEC EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL

ASSOCIATED

110-160Traders Blvd. E., MIssissauga, ON L4Z3K7 (905)568-2929 Fax:(905)568-1686

ENVIRONMENTAL

Contact: Jim Beechinor, Executive Vice President ANCHOR POINT CONSULTING

150 Beddis Road, Salt Spring Island, BC V8K 2J2 (800)648-2560 Fax:(250)538-0120 Contact: Ralph G. Bischoff, Principal ANGUS ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

44 Upjohn Road, North York, ON M3B 2W1 (416)383-0957 Fax:(416)383-0956 Contact: David W. Flopper APD ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTORS

5120 6 Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2K 4W5 (403)230-9257 Fax:(403)230-9262 Contact: Dave R. Van Vliet

24-94 Bridgeport Road E.,#324, Waterloo, ON N2J 2J9

(519)576-9723 Fax: (519)570-9589 E-mail: info@aetincorporated.com Web site: aetincorporated.com Contact: Scott Freiburger, President Environmental consulting company providing envi ronmental sen/ices and training to public, private and government industries. Specializing in environmen tal management, waste management, environmen tal audits, compliance monitoring, environmental site assessments, construction management, environ mental planning, risk assessments and manage ment, environmental/occupational health and safety. We are committed to building business relation ships based on the highest ethical and professional standards.

APPLEGATE GROUNDWATER CONSULTANTS

64 Blackfriar Lane, Brantford, ON N3R 7L3

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

Contact: Ricardo Moreno, Environmental Scientist

AZURIX NORTH AMERICA

A

AaUK

AaaI lERI^E AQUA TERRE SOLUTIONS INC.

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: Dennis Lafleur, President

Leader in the field of environmental consulting/en gineering. Site assessments, compliance audits, hydrogeological investigations, impact assess ments, design/implementation of remedial systems, risk assessment, air quality services (dispersion 66

(416)861-1086 Fax: (416)861-0634 Contact: M. Kalin, President BRUCE A. BROWN ASSOCIATES LIMITED

2-109 Vanderhoof Ave., Toronto, ON M4G 2H7

(416)424-3355 Fax: (416)424-3350 Contact: Dr. Bruce A. Brown

18 Curity Avenue, Toronto, ON M4B 1X7 (416)285-7445 Fax: (416)285-7221 Contact: J. Paul Duffy, President BURNHAM ENGINEERING INC.

12 Woodland Crescent, RR 1 Barrie, ON L4M 4Y8

(705)728-5654 Contact: George Burnham, President CADUCEON LABORATORIES

2378 Holly Lane, Ottawa, ON K1V 7P1 (613)526-0123 Fax: (613)526-1244 Contact: Michael Ziebeil, General Manager CAMBRIDGE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT INC.

607-100 Roehampton Ave., Toronto, ON M4P 1R3 (416)484-0285 Fax: (416)484-8464 Contact: Leonard Konkin, Executive Director

(705)456-3318 Fax: (705)456-1255 Contact: John Sciberras, President CANSULT LIMITED

(905)470-2010 Fax: (905)470-2060 Contacts: Peter Ventin, Manager, Corp. Marketing; B.A. Larkin, Manager, Urban Engineering

Asurix ENGINEERING CORP.

AQUARIUS SERVICES & TECHNOLOGIES INC.

101-468 Oueen Street E., Toronto, ON MSA 1T7

300-60 Renfrew Drive, Markham, ON L3R 0E1

APPLIED QUALITY INC.

6423 Cote de Liesse, Saint-Laurent, QC H4T 1E5 (514)342-9050 Fax:(514)342-5150 Contact: Philippe Van de Voorde, President

BOOJUM RESEARCH LTD.

35 Lakeshore Blvd., RR 1 Gilford, ON LOL IRQ AURA INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES

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

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

Contact: Dinko Tuhtar, President

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITORS INC.

APPLIED AQUATIC RESEARCH LTD.

1929 10 Avenue S.W., Calgary, AB T3C 0K3 (403)294-0488 Fax:(403)266-7520

BOMA ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY INC.

BUCHAN LAWTON PARENT LTD.

TECHNOLOGIES

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(519)524-2641 Fax: (519)524-4403

CARLEY ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

500-626 Render Street W., Vancouver, BC V6B 1V9

An American Water Services Company too King Street W., #2200, Hamilton, ON L8P 1A2 (905)521-1988 Fax: (905)521-0106 E-mail: bdeangelis@amwater.com Contact: Bill De Angelis, Director of Engineering Azurix North America Engineering Corp. offers sound, cost-effective engineering solutions to mu nicipal and industrial clients through the provision of process design, project management, SCAD/V automation, design/buiid, municipal infrastructure, and CSO/RTC/stormwater services. The company integrates and creatively packages services and contractual arrangements to meet each client's spe cific capital and operational requirements.

(604)685-1442 Fax: (604)685-1452 Contact: Neai Carley, President CASSEN

211-215 Cariingview Drive, Etobicoke, ON M9W 5X8 (416)679-9663 Fax: (416)679-9668 Contact: Roy Smith, Principal C.C. TATHAM & ASSOCIATES LTD.

201-115 Hurontario St., Coiiingwood, ON L9Y 2L9 (705)444-2565

BARENCO INC.

202-2561 Stouffvilie Road, P.O. Box 295, Gormiey, ON LOH 1G0 (905)887-6661 Fax: (905)887-1999 Contact: Jim Phimister, Hydrogeoiogist

C.D. SONTER MANAGEMENT INC.

200-77 Browns Line, Toronto, ON M8W 3S2

(888)459-8888, (905)564-4752 Fax: (905)670-0705 E-mail: brdarj@cdsonter.com

BECQUEREL LABORATORIES INC.

Web site: www.cdsonter.com

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

Contact: Jon Brdar, Director Sales & Marketing We offer full service environmental engineering con sulting services and specialize in occupational health

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories and safety. We assist clients in reducing environ mental risk by ensuring legal compliance, and cor porate 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. CENTRAL PROJECTS GROUP INC.

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

(905)470-6570 Fax:(905)470-0958 Contact: lyiichael Grayhurst, Senior Project Manager CENTRE DE RECHERCHE INDUSTRIELLE

DU QUEBEC

333 rue Franquet, Salnte-Foy, QC G1P 4C7 (418)659-1550 Fax:(418)652-2202 Contact: Guy Genest, Tech. Dev. Consultant CETCON ENGINEERING SERVICES

17 Farmlngton Dr., St. Catharines, ON L2S 3E8 (905)685-0376 Fax:(905)685-0376 Contact: Charles C.E. Ting, Manager

CH2IVIHILL Responsible Solutions for a Sustainable Future' CH2M HILL CANADA LIMITED

management, environmental planning, transporta tion (roads and bridges, construction services), and management and information solutions. Since sus tainable development is a core vaiue of our firm, we work with our clients to develop sustainable solu tions that protect the environment.

CHEVALIER ENGINEERING ASSOCIATES LTD.

5130 Halford Road, R.R. 1, Windsor, ON N9A 6J3

(519)737-7042 Fax:(519)737-7045 Contact: Gerald J. Chevalier, President

CHISHOLM, FLEMING AND ASSOCIATES 301-317 Renfrew Drive, Markham, ON L3R 9S8

CHARLTON ENGINEERING LIMITED

(905)474-1458 Fax:(905)474-1910

105-1140 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W., Mississauga, ON L5C 4E9 (905)896-7364 Fax:(905)896-9433 Contact: Russ Charlton, President

Contact: Robert G. Chisholm, Director CHURCH & THOUGHT INC.

101-41 Valleybrook Drive, Toronto, ON M3B 2S6 (416)391-2527 Fax:(416)391-1931

^C E M S

Contact: Alan Church, C.Chem.

Chemical Emission Management Sen/ices C.J. MACLELLAN & ASSOCIATES INC.

5065 Forest Hill Dr., Mississauga, ON L5M 5A7 (905)820-6126 Fax:(905)820-1245 E-mail: khan9123@rogers.com Web site: www.tahirkhan.50megs.com

2-65 Beech Hill Road, Antigonish, NS B2G 2P9 (902)863-1220 Fax:(902)863-3225 Contact: Brian Lynch

Contact: Tahir R. Khan, Vice President

CLEGHORN & ASSOCIATES LTD.

Developer of MPRI software for compiling emission inventory; we specialize in air pollution management and controls, ambient/stack air monitoring, indoor/ workplace air quality, pollution prevention programs, phase I & II site assessment and remediation, waste audit and waste reduction plans, regulatory permitting and compliance in air and water quality, and environ mental management systems leading to ISO 14000.

33 Earl Street, Kingston, ON K7L 2G4 (613)530-3600 Fax:(613)530-3347 Contact: Dr. Harry P. Cleghorn, President CLIPSHAM LIMITED

16 Mountainview Road S., Georgetown, ON L7G4K1 (905)877-2211 Fax:(905)877-1321 Contact: R.E. Clipsham, President

300-255 Consumers Rd., Toronto, ON M2J 586 E-mail: askch2m@ch2m.com

CHEMSCIENCE & ANALYTICAL CONSULTANCY SERVICES

Web site: www.ch2mhillcanada.com

1259 Ernest Ave., London, ON N6E 2B2

Contact: Norman D. Muggins, Vice President

(519)868-2501 Fax:(519)649-5481 Contact: Ravi Kanipayor, President

(416)499-9000 Fax:(416)499-4687

CH2M HILL Canada Limited is a full-service infra

structure and environmental firm providing global project delivery for our public and private sector cli ents. We specialize in water and wastewater treat ment, water supply systems, water resources, air pollution, energy services, site management, waste

COCHRANE ENGINEERING LTD.

C-777 Walkers Line, Burlington, ON L7N 2G1 (905)632-6500 Fax:(905)632-3883 Contacts: L.J. Kerr, VP; Steve Ziemkiewicz, Mgr., Industrial Process Group

CHEM SOLV

COLT ENGINEERING CORPORATION

P.O. Box 608, 20848 Dalton Rd., Sutton, ON LOE IRQ (905)722-6035 Fax(905)722-5195 Contact: Peter Robertson, Chemist

400-10201 Southport Rd., S.W., Calgary, AB T2W 4X9 (403)258-8070 Fax;(403)258-5899

Contact; R.F. Becker, Mgr. of Env. Engineering

The Full Range of Services

Water and Wastewater Related Only Azurix North America delivers the full range of management solutions for water and wastewater operations, biosolids, engineering, carbon and underground infrastructure. And only our customers reap the benefits of this horizontal integration: increased water quality and safety, smoother operations, and lower costs. Find out what satisfied customers in 41 states and provinces already know about Hamilton-based Azurix

North America. Contact us at 888-776-7306 or

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Azurix NORTn AMERICA

The full range of water and wastewater related services 888-776-7306 www.azurixna.com

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E-mail: rrupnara@earthtech.ca

nrc

51 rue Applegrove, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC H9A1W3

Web site: www.earthtech.com

Contact: Peter Csakany, President DECOMMISSIONING CONSULTING SERVICES LIMITED CONSOLIDATED GIROUX ENVIRONMENT INC.

DECOMMISSIONING CONSULTING

11 Reid St., P.O. Box 2043, Gtiarlo, NB E8E 2W8 (506)684-5821 Fax:(506)684-1915

SERVICES LIMITED

11-121 Granton Drive, Richmond Fllll, ON L4B3N4

CONSTRUCTION CONTROL INC.

(905)882-5984 Fax:(905)882-8962 E-mail: englneers@dcsltd.ca

70 Haist Ave., Woodbridge, ON L4L 5V4 (888)348-8991,(905)856-5200 Fax:(905)856-1455 Contact: Trevor T. Diseko, Project Manager (Env.)

Contact: John N. Flilton

CONSULTANTS MESAR INC.

695 av de la Station CP 218, Stiaw/inigan, QC G9N6T9 (819)537-5771 Fax:(819)537-4985 Contact: Steptiane Isabel, Director de projets CONTEMPORARY INFORMATION ANALYSIS LTD.

119 Concession 6 Road, FIshervllle, ON NOA 1G0 (416)410-0432 Fax:(416)362-5231 Contact: Colin Isaacs, President CORRENG CONSULTING SERVICE INC.

369 RImrock Road, Downsvlew, ON M3J 3G2 (416)630-2600 Fax:(416)630-9570 Contact: Rob Wakelln, President

risk assessment, site remediation, environmental

contracting and a full range of solid waste manage ment planning, design and engineering capabilities.

Web site: www.dcsltd.ca

Environmental management; Phase 1 environmen

EAU SERVICE

tal site assessments and audits; Phase 2 site as

594 rue La Traverse, Repentigny, QC J6A 1C8 (450)581-9100 Fax:(450)581-9621 Contact: Elain Guenette, President

sessments; Phase 3 remedial Investigations; site decommissioning; construction management; risk assessment; hazardous materials management; geotechnlcal engineering; hydrogeology; water qual ity evaluation; wastewater and groundwater treat ment; Industrial hygiene; PCB, mould and asbestos management; underground tank remediation.

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

DELCAN

ECO-GESTENV INC.

133 Wynford Drive., Toronto, ON M3C 1K1 (416)441-4111 Fax:(416)441-4131

121 boul Hymus, Pointe-Claire, QC FI9R 1E6 (514)697-3273 Fax:(514)697-2090 Contact: Jacques Plerquet, Associate

85 Edw/ln Street, Kitchener, ON N2H 4N7

(519)579-3110 Fax:(519)579-1510 E-mail: iaross@courtland-eng.com Web site: www.courtland-eng.com Contact: Ian A. Ross, Manager, Geo-Env. DIv. Specializing In geotechnlcal, environmental, and building sciences engineering. Phase I, II, and III environmental site assessments, site remediation

planning and implementation, UST removals, site decommissioning, geotechnlcal and hydrogeologlcal Investigations, stormwater management, site plan ning and grading design, hazardous materials sur veys, standard and deep foundation designs. CPO INC.

32-760 Brant Street, Burlington, ON L7R 4B7 (905)634-1143 Fax:(905)634-4758 Contact: David T. Chapman, Principal

ECOCERN INC.

4 Nursewood Road, Toronto, ON M4E 3R8

DEREK L. WILSON LIMITED

104 Sheppard Ave. W., Wlllowdale, ON M2N 1M5 (416)223-5585 Contact: Derek L. Wilson

COURTLAND ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS INC.

Contact: Roslyn Rupnaralne, Mrktg. Coordinator Earth Tech Canada provides a wide range of envi ronmental service to automotive, energy,forest prod ucts, oil & gas, mining, and government clients. Our services include EMS/ISO 14000, air quality, per mitting, EIA, remedial Investigation/feasibility study,

ECOSYSTEMATICS

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

D.G. BIDDLE & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

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

ECO TECH CONSULTING LTD.

206-9650 20AvenueN.W., Edmonton,AB TON 1G1

(780)461-1010 Fax:(780)428-5376 Contact: Paul Knettig, President

Contact: Devon BIddle, President D. GREENFIELD ASSOCIATES LTD.

4020 Derry Road W., R.R. 2, Milton, ON L9T 2X6 (905)335-3911 Fax:(905)335-3963 Contact: David Greenfield, President

E.K. GILLIN & ASSOCIATES INC.

98 Peel Street, New Hamburg, ON NOB 2G0 (519)662-3819 Fax:(519)662-6595 Contact: Christy Lomax, Vice President

DILLON CONSULTING LIMITED

800-235 Yorkland Blvd., Toronto, ON M2J 4Y8

ELITE TECHNOLOGIES INC.

(416)229-4647 Fax:(416)226-1707

51 du Bel-Air, St. Levis, QC G6V 6K9

Contact: Jim Balfour, President

(418)834-3001 Fax:(418)834-2651 Contact: Michel Ruel, President

DUKE ENGINEERING & SERVICES

(CANADA), INC. 208-265 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1S 2E1 (613)232-2525

EMSL ANALYTICAL INC.

107 Haddon Avenue, Westmont, NJ 08108 USA

(800)220-3675

CURRY JEFFERSON & ASSOCIATES

E2 ENVIRONMENTAL ALLIANCE INC.

ENGINEERING NORTHWEST LTD.

P.O. Box 188,82 Queen St., Lakefield, ON K0L2H0 (705)652-9732 Fax:(705)652-9733 Contact: Catherine Jefferson, Director & CEO

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

301-200 S. Syndicate Avenue, Thunder Bay, QN PTE 1C9 (807)623-3449 Fax:(807)623-5925 Contact: Gerald Buckrell, President ENVIRINFO

CUSHMAN-BALL ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

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206-1950 10 Avenue S.W., Calgary, AB T3C 0J8 (403)271-2000 Fax:(403)271-3013 Contact: Stephen Ball, Executive Vice President

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

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

EARTHFX INC. CYRIL J. DEMEYERE LIMITED

2635 Ulster Crescent, Ottawa, ON K1V 8J5

261 Broadway, Box 606, Tillsonburg, ON N4G 4J1 (519)688-1000 Fax:(519)842-3235 Contact: John D. WIebe

(613)260-2020 Fax:(613)260-2525 71 Cranbrooke Ave, Toronto, ON M5M 1M3 (416)410-4260

DALCO WASTEWATER SPECIALISTS INC.

Web site: www.earthfx.com

E-mail: lnfo@earthfx.com

101-1874 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3J 0H2 (204)831-9773 Fax:(204)889-0720 Contact: Bonnie Mclntosh DALY ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

20 Lyall Avenue, Toronto, ON M4E 1V9 (416)691-4068 Fax:(416)691-1738 Contact: Paul G. Daly, President DANGON DESIGN SERVICES CO.

5 Sherwood Avenue, Scarborough, ON MIR 1M7 (416)701-9228 Fax:(416)701-9233 Contact: Canning Zhu, Principal DAVIS ENGINEERING & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

10 Thompson St. P.O. Box 1060, Clarenvllle, NF AOE 1J0 (709)466-2700 Fax:(709)466-3090 Contact: Elaine McArthur, Project Engineer

ENVIROCOMP

Contact: L. Davidson, Director

EarthFx Inc. Is a recognized pioneer In professional groundwater and contaminated site data manage ment. The firm Is staffed by hydrogeologlsts and programmers, collectively offering modelling, pro gramming, database and web technology expertise. EarthFX delivers earth science data solutions, au tomating mechanical tasks,and providing the frame work and soffware for advanced data analysis and decision-making. E

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6551 Alderbrae Court, Niagara Falls, QN L2H 2A1 (905)356-8755 E-mail: lnfo@envlrocDmp.on.ca Web site: www.envirocomp.on.ca Contact: John Curran

ENVIROCQMP provides affordable environmental compliance audits working with environmental staff of large and medium Industries or assisting smaller Industries that haven't the benefit of environmental

staff. Audits include assessing existing operations and practices(IS0 14001)and Identifying non-compllance, before It is identified through environmen tal mishap or government Inspectors. ENVIROCON SERVICES

EARTH TECH CANADA INC.

FI7-105 Commerce Valley Dr. W., Markham, QN L3T 7W3 (905)886-7022 Fax:(905)886-9494

10 Audrey Avenue, London, ON N6A2Y9 (519)433-1540 Contact: Dick Frier, Owner

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Contact: Brian A. Emms

(519)836-6050 Fax:(519)836-2493 E-mail: esg@esg.net Web site: www.esg.net

ENVIROSEARCH OPERATIONS INC.

4166-15 Side Road, R.R. 2, Rockwood, ON

N0B2K0 (905)854-4441 Fax:(905)854-9811 Contact: Glen Pearce, President ENVIRO-STEWARDS INC.

to determine CT and DBF formation in water treat

18 Boehmer Street, Kitchener, ON N2H 4N3

ment plants. TOXCHEM-r estimates contaminant air emission from wastewater as required by On tario regulation 196/01. Specialized testing includes "BOX" tests and flux chamber tests. Our process optimization and CPE skills save time and capital

(519)578-5100 Fax:(519)749-7005 Contact: Bruce Taylor, President

expense.

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

ON N1G3M5

Contact: Tom Hilditch, President

With proven expertise in environmental planning, policy development and management systems, en vironmental effects monitoring, impact and risk as sessments, environmental technologies, and toxicity testing and reduction evaluations, our scientists respond rapidly to client needs providing quality en vironmental solutions; saving both time and money.

ENVIROTECH ASSOCIATES INC.

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

ENVIROMETAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

7-745 Bridge Street, Waterloo, ON N2V 2G6 (519)746-2204 Fax:(519)746-2209 Contact: John Vogan, President

ESG INTERNATIONAL INC.

361 Southgate Drive, Gueiph,

ENVIROMEGA INC.

114-7 Innovation Dr., Flamborough, ON L9H 7H9 (905)689-4410 Fax:(905)689-7040 E-mail: hmonteith@enviromega.com Web site: www.enviromega.com Contact: Flugh Monteith, Manager of Operations Enviromega's WatPro sifnuiator is the easiest way

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2-74 Nelson Street, Barrie, ON L4M 4K2 (705)715-1881 Fax:(705)726-3883

EXPERTS ENVIROCONSEIL INC.

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

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

ENVIRO-TEST LABS - SENTINEL DIVISION FEHERTY AND ASSOCIATES LTD.

50 Bathurst Drive, #1, Waterloo, ON N2V 2C5 (519)886-6910 Fax:(519)886-9047

411 Queen Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 2G9

EPEC

(905)898-3543 Fax:(905)895-0571 Contact: Brian Feherty, President

1601A 4th Avenue, Regina, SK S4R 8P9 (306)757-8694 Fax:(306)757-4202

Contact: Jim W. Campbell, Manager

FINE LABORATORIES LTD.

236 Pritchard Road, Hamilton, ON L8W 3P7 (888)720-7579,(905)574-4977 Fax:(905)574-4766

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS

LTD. (EHP) 1944 10 Avenue S.W., Calgary, AS T3C 0J8 (403)244-3233 Fax:(403)244-3234 Contact: RobTraynor, Business Development Mgr.

176 Speedvaie Avenue W., Gueiph, ON N1H 1C3 (519)763-7774 Fax:(519)763-7757

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LABORATORY INC.

EVANS PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES LTD.

FLUKONG ENTERPRISE INC.

P.O. Box 897, Stn. A, Sydney, NS B1P 6J1 (902)567-1255 Fax:(902)539-6504 Contact: Craig MacMuliin, President/CEO

6738 Ellen Place, Nanaimo, BC V9V 1A2 (250)390-5181 Fax:(250)390-5181 Contact: Geoff A. Evans, Pres. & Chief Engineer

500-10506 Jasper Ave. N.W., Edmonton, AB T5J2W9 (780)413-9311 Fax:(780)413-4346 Contact: Yongqiu Li, Manager

ERAMOSA ENGINEERING INC. FINTEX MECHANICAL & PROCESS INC.

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

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

Contact: Tim J. Sutherns

WATER AND WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS

Professionals responsible for water treatment and supply, wastewater, and water resources face complex problems in a global community that's becoming increasingly environmentally conscious. CH2M HILL Canada Limited has built its 80-year reputation as a water industry leader by working with our clients to solve problems and exceed expectations.

We've pioneered many of the technologies used to manage the availability, quality, and control of water-our most important naturai resource. Millions of Canadians are now served by water treatment facilities and supply infrastructure designed or upgraded by our company. Sustainable development is a concept we incorp all of our water resource management projects t that water resources aren't compromised.

The Town ofParry Sound, Ontario, opened its new water treatment piant in August 2001. Thefaciiity was designed by CH2M HILL Canada to use cost-effective, uitrafiltration

membrane technology and to Integrate with the naturai landscape and environment, it incorporates a landscaped

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roofthat connects to a shoreline recreational trail.

Toronto:(416)499-9000 Barrie;(705) 722-8800 www.ch2rnhillcanada.com

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories FRAPPIER & GENIER

GILLES TACHE & ASSOCIES INC.

HATCH

261 Victoria Street, Vaileyfield, QC J6T 1B1 (450)373-3330 Fax:(450)373-3330 Contact: Pierre Frappier, Engineer, Associate

26 rue Sainte-Agathe, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, QC J8C 2J4 (819)326-5878 Fax:(819)326-5382 Contact: Giiies Tache, Engineer

2800 Speakman Drive, Mississauga, ON L5K 2R7 (905)855-7600 Fax:(905)403-3803

FRONTLINE ENVIRONMENTAL

GILLTECH SERVICES LTD.

HATFIELD CONSULTANTS LTD.

MANAGEMENT INC.

18919 96 Avenue, Surrey, BC V4N 3P3 (604)882-1559 Fax:(604)882-1560

201-1571 Bellevue Ave., West Vancouver, BC

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

(519)741-9011 Fax:(519)741-9323 Contact: Robert J. Fedy, Partner, Senior Engineer

V7V 1A6 (604)926-3261 Fax:(604)926-5389 Contact: John Villamere, Senior Engineer

Contact: John Gillender, President GLOBAL ENGINEERING SERVICES LIMITED

FUNDY ENGINEERING

P.O. Box 6626, Saint John, NB E2L 4S1

(506)635-1566 Fax:(506)635-0206 Contact: Peter McKelvey GAMSBY AND MANNEROW LIMITED

210-255 Woodlawn Road W., Guelph, ON N1H 8J1 (519)824-8150 Fax:(519)824-8089

P.O. Box 37029, 6478 Yonge St., Toronto, ON M2M4J8 (416)512-0031 Fax:(416)512-0214 Contact: B. Aggarwal, President & CEO

1020 Flargrieve Road, London, ON N6E 1P5 (519)681-0571 Fax:(519)681-7150

GLOBAL TOX

, Golder Associates GOLDER ASSOCIATES LTD.

102-140 Renfrew Drive, Markham, ON L3R 6B3

environmental restoration, environmental audits,

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Limited

(905)477-8400 Fax:(905)477-1456 E-mail: public@gartnerlee.com Web site: www.gartnerlee.com Contact: Ron Portelli, Vice President Marketing Gartner Lee is a professional services company that provides environmental science, planning and en gineering consulting services. Specializing in eco logical assessment and management; regulatory compliance, permitting and auditing; environmental

ENGINEERING Noise Vfcrotlon Acoustics

GARTNER LEE LTD.

Lee

HGC HGC ENGINEERING

2180 Meadowvale Blvd., Mississauga, ON L5N 5S3 (905)567-4444 Fax:(905)567-6561 E-mail: solutions@goider.com Web site: www.golder.com Contact: John Westland, Office Manager Our specialties include environmental management,

Gartner

HEMMERA ENVIROCHEM INC.

350-1190 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2K5 (604)669-0424 Fax:(604)669-0430 Contact: Eric K. Pringie, General Manager

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

Contact: R.F. McCowan, President GAP ENVIROMICROBIAL SERVICES INC.

Contact: Tom Reid, Director, Communications

environmental site assessments, risk assessments,

site/plant decommissioning, socio-economic as sessments, cultural resource management, bio-sci ences, surface and groundwater management, waste management, geotechnicai engineering, materials engineering, and surface and underground mining geotechnics. GRAEME & MURRAY CONSULTANTS LTD.

site assessment and remediation; surface water and

1137 Yates Street, Victoria, BC V8V 3N1

groundwater resources; solid, hazardous and radio active waste management; and environmental plan ning. Established in 1973.

(250)388-9161 Fax:(250)382-0514 Contact: Terry Stamper, President

203-2000 Argentia Road, Plaza 1, Mississauga ON L5N 1P7 (905)826-4044 Fax:(905)826-4940 E-maii: info@hgcengineering.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. HMO LIMITED

219-16700 BayviewAve., Newmarket, ON L3Y3W9 (905)895-6078 Fax:(905)895-0171 Contact: Bert Ofoha, President HOMESTEAD INSPECTION & ENGINEERING LTD.

1-89 King Street W., Dundas, ON L9H 1V1 (905)627-2918 Contact: George Eastwood, President HORNER ASSOCIATES LIMITED

GROUPE CONSEIL GENIVAR INC.

89 Queen Street, Truro, NS B2N 2B2

GE GROUND ENGINEERING LTD.

5355 boul des Gradins, Quebec, QC G2J 1C8

415 7th Avenue, Regina, SK S4N 4P1 (306)569-9075 Fax;(306)565-3677

(418)623-2254 Fax:(418)623-2434 Contact: Marc Marin, Mgr., Env. Engineering

(902)895-1507 Fax:(902)893-2152 Contact: Mike Topley, President HUNTER AND ASSOCIATES/HUNTER GIS

Contact: Tim Adelman, President GROUPE OLD INC.

200-11505 1e av E., Saint-Georges, QC G5Y 7X3 (418)228-8041 Fax;(418)228-8045 Contact: Martin Lacombe, President

GEOMATRIX GEOMATRIX CONSULTANTS

1-465 Phillip Street, Waterloo, ON N2L6C7 (519)886-7500 Fax:(519)886-7419 E-maii: bmalyk@geomatrix.com Web site: www.geomatrix.com Contact: Bill Malyk, Senior Engineer Specializing in industrial process water and wastewater treatment, treatment plant troubleshooting, optimization and modelling, water conservation and re-use, waste minimization, by-product recovery, air poilution/toxics, hazardous waste management,site assessments and investigations, remediation design and management, decommissioning, risk assess ments,seismic evaluations, geotechnicai and landfill design, environmental management/ISO 14000. GEOSTAT SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL INC.

C500-800 boul Chomedey, Laval, QC H7V 3Y4 (450)973-6561 Fax:(450)973-6070

Contact: Claude Duplessis, Manager GIE ENVIRONNEMENT INC.

1E-60 rue Saint-Jacques O, Montreal, QC H2Y 1L5 (514)849-5421 Fax:(514)849-6985 Contact: Mahmood Hejazi, Dir. de i'Environnement GILES ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

1744 Llandaff Place, Victoria, BC V8N 4V1

(250)477-2202 Fax:(250)477-2286 Contact: George E. Giles, Sr. Environmental Eng. 70

18-2285 Dunwin Drive, Mississauga, ON L5L 383 (905)607-4120 Fax:(905)607-1132 Contact: Garry T. Hunter, President HYDROMANTIS INC.

GROUPE HBA EXPERTS-CONSEILS

600-150 rue Marchand, Drummondville, QC

J2C4N1 (819)478-8191 Fax:(819)478-2994 Contact: Michel N. Floule, VP, Engineering

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

GRS COMCOR ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

230 Richmond St. W., 5th Fl., Toronto, ON M5V1V6

320 Pinebush Road, Cambridge, ON N3C 2V3 (519)621-6669 Fax:(519)621-9944 Contact: A.E. Magditsch, VP, Engineering

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

HANNA, GHOBRIAL & SPENCER LTD.

3100 Temple Drive, Windsor, ON N8W 5J6 (519)944-3090 Fax:(519)944-5636

P.O. Box 31, 1740 Kingston Road, Pickering, ON L1V 2R2 (905)852-0204 Fax:(905)852-0657 Contact: Bruce Foxton, Operations Manager

Contact: Dr. Medhat Ghobriai, Vice President

& 'SciftcUdi HARGRAVE & BURDICK, ENVIRONMENTAL 61 Brooklyn Avenue, Toronto, ON M4M 2X4 (416)410-4188 Fax:(416)466-5479 E-mail: BillFlargrave@Hargrave-Burdick.oom Web site: Hargrave-Burdick.com Contact: William J. Margrave, Principal Nationally recognized specialists in the planning, engineering and scientific services needed for water and wastewater treatment systems including water quality assessments, treatabiiity evaluations, optimization programs,feasibility and predesign re ports, facility designs, O&M manuals, computerize online interactive documents, plant troubleshooting, commissioning and staff training.

INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS LTD.

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

I ENVIRONMENT LIMITED ' ' 3 Spectacle Lake Drive, Dartmouth, NS B3B 1W8

(416)495-8614 Fax:(905)479-9326 E-mail: bstiebeI@jacqueswhitford.com Web site: www.jacqueswhitford.com Contact: Bill Stiebel, VP, National Accounts

Jacques Whitford is a leading supplier of environ mental sciences, consulting engineering and risk management services to industry and government.

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories Services include pollution prevention, environmen tal management and assessment, air modeling, site decommissioning and remediation, hydrogeoiogy, geotectinicai and materials engineering.

JOHNSON ENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL

1668 Lancaster Crescent, Saskatoon, SK 87M 3V9 (306)978-7157 Fax:(306)978-7157 Contact: Russell Johnson, Principal

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.

JAGGER HIMS LIMITED

JOURNEAUX, BEDARD & ASSOC. INC.

301-1091 Gorham Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 7V1

200-1625 Newman Crescent, Dorvai, QC H9P 2R6

KINGSTON & ASSOCIATES LTD.

(905)853-3303 Fax:(905)853-1759

(514)636-4102 Fax:(514)636-8447 Contact: Robert Wiseman, Sr. Geotechnlcai Eng.

207-1338 Main St., P.O. Box 609, Smithers, BC

JAMES W. MACLAREN CONSULTING ENG.

302-1285 Sandy Lane, Sarnia, ON N7V 4J7 (519)344-2241 Fax:(519)344-9072

J.R. COUSIN CONSULTANTS LTD.

JFM ENVIRONMENTAL

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

183 Glenn Flawttiorne Blvd., Mississauga, ON L5R2K8 (905)712-1500 Fax:(905)712-1555

J.T. DONALD CONSULTANTS LTD.

Contact: Frank Marcoccia

J. L. RICHARDS & ASSOCIATES LIMITED J.L. RICHARDS & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

864 Lady Ellen Place, Ottawa, ON K1Z 5M2 (613)728-3571 Fax:(613)728-6012 Web site: www.jlrlchards.ca Contact: Ron Cheek, Chief Civil Engineer Providing a wide range of environmental services in cluding water and wastewater treatment,environmen tal assessment and planning, solid waste/ieachate management, water resources and stormwater man agement, sewer & watermain condition assessment and rehabilitation, plant retrofits, energy management. Offices also in Kingston, Sudbury and Timmlns.

VOJ 2N0 (250)847-0081 Fax:(205)847-0082 Contact: Kristopher W. Kingston, Principal KODIAK ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

871 Equestrian Court, Oakviile, ON L6L 6L7 (905)825-2943 Fax:(905)825-8743 Contact: Randall J. Goodwin, Sr. Env. Scientist

251 Bartiey Drive, Toronto, ON M4A2N7 (416)751-5230 Fax:(416)751-6745 Contact: Waiiy Ringis

KRESIN ENGINEERING CORPORATION

132B Industrial Court A, Sauit Ste. Marie, ON

P6B 5W6 (705)949-4900 Fax:(705)949-9965 Contact: Heinz Kresin, Senior Project Manager

KERR WOOD LEIDAL ASSOCIATES LTD.

139 16th Street W., North Vancouver, BC V7M 1T3

(604)985-5361 Fax:(604)985-3705 Contact: Frank Belfry, President

LANDMARK ASSOCIATES LIMITED

140-380 Armour Road, Peterborough, ON K9H 7L7 (705)742-3881 Fax:(705)740-2473 Contact: Darryl TIghe, President

KEY SURVEYS & ENGINEERING LTD.

325 Baig Blvd., Moncton, NB E1E 1E1 (506)857-1675 Fax:(506)857-1679 Contact: Darryl P. Bonhower, Project Engineer

LANDSAGA BIOGEOGRAPHICAL

589 Erbsvilie Road, Waterloo, ON N2J 3Z4

(519)888-0594 Contact: Cheryl Hendrickson, Principal, Biogeographer LANDTEK LIMITED

3-205 Nebo Road, Hamilton, ON L8W 2E1

Consultants Limited KMK CONSULTANTS LIMITED

(905)383-3733 Fax:(905)383-8433 Contact: Ralph Di Cienzo, Vice President

ENGINEERING LIMITED

220 Advance Blvd., Brampton, ON LOT 4J5 (905)459-4780 Fax:(905)459-7869

LAW ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

1-109 Woodbine Downs Blvd., Toronto, ON

E-mali: kmk@kmk.on.ca

225 Main Street W., Hamilton, ON L8P 1J4

M9W 6Y1 (416)213-1060 Fax:(416)213-1070 Contact: Michael McKay, Principal Geotech. Eng.

Web site: www.kmk.on.ca

Contact: Patrick McGrenere, Executive VP

(905)529-2374 Contact: Ahmed Naderi, Sr. Environmental Engineer

JOHN EMERY GEOTECHNICAL

WE BELIEVE BOTH INDUSTRY AND NATURE SHOULD WIN!

G older Associates is helping its clients maintain the balance

between industrial development and the environment. With innovative services like environmental risk

assessment, remote sensing and GIS modelling, plus traditional services, such as surface and

groundwater management, strategic planning and biological assessments, site assessment and remediation, and environmental

. Gold^r Associates Geotechnical, Environmental & Mining Solutions

1 800 414-8314 Offices throughout Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia and South America

www.golder.com

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2002

impact analysis. Colder Associates has the expertise that clients have trusted for 40 years. With the integrated team of environmental and geotechnical specialists behind our name, our professionals can meet all of your environmental needs. For more information, circle reply card No. 155 (See page 25)

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

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

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

MMM provides services in environmental engineer ing, water resources and environmentai manage ment. Environmental engineering services include: planning, design, and contract administration of water and wastewater treatment and conveyance systems for municipal and industrial clients. Water resources services include: stormwater manage ment, flood prediction, protection and control, watershed management planning, flow modelling, routing and control. Environmentai management

NATECH ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

109 Patterson Cross Road, Harvey Station, NB E6K 1L9 (506)366-1080 Fax:(506)366-1090 Contact: Jochen Schroer, President ND LEA

111-93 Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 3B1 (204)943-3178 Fax:(204)943-4948 Contact: David C. Hicks, Chairman

LE GROUPE FORCES

services include: solid and hazardous waste man

NEEGAN BURNSIDE ENGINEERING &

105-19 rue St.-Charles Borromee S., Jollette, QC

agement, site decontamination, environmental au diting and hydrogeologicai studies/designs. Envi ronmentai planning sen/ices are also provided.

ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

J6E 488 (450)756-8040 Fax:(450)756-6559 Contact: Thierry Freire, Vice President, Environment

106B Scurfield Blvd., Winnipeg, MB ROY 1G4 (204)949-7110 Fax:(204)949-7111 Contact: Gerry Popowich, Branch Manager

MARTYN ENGINEERING LTD.

LENDER

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

LENDER

MARVIN SILBERT AND ASSOCIATES

Ontario: 210 - 704 Mara Street, Point Edward, ON

23 Glenelia Avenue, Toronto, ON M2M 2K6

N7V1X4 (519)336-4101 Fax:(519)336-4311

(416)225-4541 Fax:(416)225-4541

Alberta: 6516 - 82 Avenue, Edmonton, ABT6B 0E7

Contact: Marvin Silbert, President

(780)462-4099 Fax:(780)462-4392 E-mail: mroehier@iehder.com

MASKWA ENGINEERING LTD.

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

102-76 Capital Drive, Hay River, NT XOE 1G2 (867)874-2207 Fax:(867)874-2763 Contact: Chris Robinson, Manager

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); Flealth, 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, hydrogeological studies).

Contact: Patrice Maltais, Director

NLK CONSULTANTS INC.

855 Homer Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 5S2

MITCHELL, POUND & BRADDOCK LTD. 4 Church Street S., Richmond Hill, ON L4C 1W2

(905)883-1500 Fax:(905)883-4551

LEY WATER QUALITY CONSULTING

LONG ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS INC.

43 Forest Park Road, Orangeville, ON L9W 1A1 (519)941-3540 Fax:(519)941-8575 Contact: Robert J. Long LOTOWATER LTD.

P.O. Box 451, Station Main, Paris, ON N3L 3T5 (519)442-2086 Fax:(519)442-7242 Contact: Laurie Lotimer, Operations Manager MACVIRO INVESTIGATIVE ENGINEERING INC.

600-90 Aiistate Parkway, Markham, ON LOR 6H3 (905)475-7270 Fax:(905)475-5994 Contact: EricA.D. MacDonald, President MALROZ ENGINEERING INC.

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

Marshall Macklin

Monaghan

NORTHERN LABORATORIES LTD.

251 Kaien Road, P.O. Box 1035, Prince Rupert, BC V8J4B7 (800)990-9522,(250)627-1906 Fax:(250)627-8214 Contact: Charles Armstrong, Lab Manager NORTHLAND ENGINEERING (1987) LIMITED 121 Durham Street, Sudbury, ON P3E 3M9 (705)674-4401 Fax:(705)674-5583 Contact: R.O. Spangier, President NORWEST LABS

104-19575 55A Avenue, Surrey, BC V3S 8P8 (604)514-3322 Contact: David Clarke, Sales Manager

LISSOM EARTH SCIENCES

Contact: John Porritt, President

(604)689-0344 Fax:(604)443-1000 Contact: Bill Gunning, Mgr., Environmental Services

MOUNTAIN ENGINEERING LTD.

260 Eagle Terrace Road, Canmore, AB T1W 3C7 (403)609-3992 Fax(403)609-3989 Contact: Ron Sadesky, Principal

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

67 King Street, P.O. Box 1450, Picton, ON KOK 2T0 (800)829-7299,(613)476-8147 Fax:(613)476-8150

NIAGARA ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES INC.

P.O. Box 205,5805 Progress St., Niagara Falls, ON L2E 6T3(905)374-LABS(5227) Fax:(905)356-9672 Contact: Steph Johnson, Managing Director

MAXXAM ANALYTICS INC.

Contact: G.W. Pound, Vice President 925 av du Pent N., Alma, QC G8B 7B6

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

5540 McAdam Road, Mississauga, ON L4Z 1 PI (905)890-2555 Fax:(905)890-0370 Contact: Leon Vainer, Marketing Manager

LES CONSULTANTS RSA

(418)668-3373 Fax:(418)668-0274

NEILL AND GUNTER

P.O. Box 713, Station A, Fredericton, NB E3B 5B4 (506)452-1473 Fax:(506)452-0112 Contact: Gil Violette, Mgr., Env. Engineering

MOUNTAIN VALLEY GEOPHYSICS CORP.

245 Dixon Road, #519, Toronto, ON M9P 2M4

(416)249-6664 Fax:(416)249-6965 Email: info@mvgcorp.com Web site: www.mvgcorp.com Contact: Michael Vumbaca, President MVG, a Canadian geophysical company, provides environmentai consulting and on-site field survey services. Utitiiizing various geophysical methods such as electromagnetics, magnetics, GPR,induced polarization/resistivity, seismics and radiometrics, our professional staff offers full and ongoing sup port services in all development phases of environ mental and mineralogical survey studies, monitor ing investigations, and site assessment reviews and reporting.

O'CONNOR ASSOCIATES ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

1000-639 5 Avenue S.W., Calgary, AB T2P 0M9 (403)294-4200 Fax:(403)294-4240 Contact: Dr. Scott Digel OAKHILL ENVIRONMENTAL

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

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

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

M.R.2-MCDONALD & ASSOCIATES

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY GROUP

204-4303 Albert St., P.O. Box 4823, Regina, SK S4P 3Y4 (306)584-7071 Fax:(306)584-8666 Contact: Rodger A. McDonald, Mgr.,Principal Eng.

B-845 Bradley Street, London, ON N6E 3Z6 (519)850-4000 Fax:(519)850-1020 Contact: Gary Huffman, Mgmt. Systems Consultant

MSC MULTI-SERVICE CONSULTANTS

OGILVIE CONSULTANTS LIMITED

10825 Route 11, Six Roads, NB E1X 3A7

23 Croydon Road, Toronto, ON M6C 1S6 (416)781-7820 Contact: Alan F. Ogilvie, President

(506)395-6699 Fax:(506)393-6695 Contact: Marcel Basque, Project Director MULVEY BANANI INTERNATIONAL INC.

ONYX INDUSTRIES

44 Mobile Drive, Toronto, ON M4A2P2

(416)751-2520 Fax:(416)751-1430 Contact: Philip Chung, Vice President

2630 boul Industriel, Chambly, QC J3L4V2 (450)447-2000 Fax:(450)447-6666 Contact: Andre Noiseux, VP, Sales & Marketing

E-mail: mmm@mmm.ca

N.A.R. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS INC.

0 TRANSIT INC.

Web site: www.mmm.ca

1130 Southiane Road, Sudbury, ON P3G 1N6 (705)522-5990 Fax:(705)522-1898

PROJECT MANAGERS - ENGINEERS - SUR.'EYORS - PLANNERS

MARSHALL MACKLIN MONAGHAN

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

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Contact: Brad Bowman, Pres., Sr. Env. Scientist

5711 6th Avenue, Montreal, QC H1Y2R1

(514)721-4625 Fax:(514)725-6324 Contact: Normand Chabot, Water Hammer Spec.

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A&A

Orser ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY INC.

Web site: www.orserenvironmental.com

Contact: John Orser, Environmental Technologist Plant emission inventories, stack monitoring, dis persion modeiing, regulatory approvals, ventilation, NPRi, liquid waste monitoring, solid waste audits,

MEMBER

SERVICES INC.

ORSER ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY INC.

204-195 King Street, St. Catharines, ON L2R 3J6 (905)688-0500 Fax:(905)688-4746 E-mail; jorser@orserenvironmental.com

I

environmental Environmental Consultants www.aandaenv.cotn/

Soil, Groimdwater & Air Studies, Investigations Burlington ■¥ St. Catharines 4- Woodstock > North Bay KIrkland Lake •¥ Timmins -f Thunder Bay -f Winnipeg Dr. George Duncan, President (705) 567 4996 Fax: (705) 568 8368

environmental assessments, ISO 14000 EMS

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

Environmental consulting engineers and scientists specializing in

water resourcesplanning water supply, transmission and treatment wastewater collection and treatment

electrical engineering, instrumentation and controls

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municipal infrastructure services solid waste and hazardous matenals management

PACIFIC INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY

Acres &

936 Thermal Drive, Coquitiam, BC V3J 6R8 (604)469-7946 Fax:(604)469-3552

Associated

Contact: Dr. Paul D. Tinari, Director

Environmental Limited

PARAGON ENGINEERING LTD.

525-21 Four Seasons Place, Toronto, Ontario M9B 6J8 • Tel (416) 622-9502 • Fax (416) 622-6249

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

p d nolan CONSULTING P.D. NOLAN CONSULTING

21 Beach Road, P.O. Box 846, Southampton, ON NOR 2L0 (519)797-5456 Fax:(519)797-5440 E-mail: pdnoian@bmts.com

geo-environmental investigations and site remediation environmental assessments andplanning environmental health atid safety

4342 Queen Street, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 6W1 • Tel (905) 374-4470 • Fax (905) 374-8365

Four decades of excellence in infrastructure planning &' engineering

Contact: Dan Nolan, President

The principal applies broad technical, commercial and management experience to the environmental sector, industrial experience includes potable water treatment, municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, specialty and commodity chemicals, and chemical process and water treatment equipment. Management expertise includes technology assess ment, business development,strategic planning, and sales and marketing management. PENINSULA CHEMICAL ANALYSIS LTD.

51586 Forks Road, R.R. 3, Waintieet, ON LOS 1V0 Contact: Richard J. Smythe, Director PETRO LABORATORIES INC.

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

8ARRIE

BELLEVILLE

(705)726-3371 {613)966-4243

Ainley

i

COLLINGWOOD

OTTAWA

(705)445-3451

(613)822-1052

CONSULTING

ENGINEERS

PLANNERS

Creating Quality Solutions Together

The ALTECH Group www.altech-group.com Environmental and OHS professionals providing consulting, scientific and engineering services. • EMS & ISO 14000 capability • PhaseI& n investigations and remediation • Technology development and implementation

M4H 1E9

Tel: (416) 467-5555

Fax; (416) 467-9824

EXCELLENCE

CREATIVITY

PRODUCTIVITY

12 Banigan Drive Toronto, Ontario

I R.V. Anderson Associates Limited consulting engineer, architects, technology managers

PINCHIN

fVater, Wastewater, Transportation, Urban Development and Telecommunication Technologies

ENVIRONMENTAL

For employment and project development opportunities

PINCHIN ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

visit our web site: www.rvanderson.com

5749 Coopers Avenue, Mississauga, ON L4Z 1R9 (888)767-3330,(905)507-4855 Fax:(905)507-4884 Web site: www.pinchin.com Pinchin Environmental Ltd., as part ot the Pinchin Group ot Companies, is one ot Canada's largest environmental, health and safety consulting firms, with over 160 people in offices across the country. Established in 1981 by Dr. Donald J. Pinchin, to pro vide consulting services to the asbestos abatement industry, the company now provides services in the areas ot environmental management, hazardous materials, air emissions, indoor air quality, and en vironmental training and development, as well as occupational health and safety. PLANMAC INC.

Toronto (416) 497-8600 E-mail; ToFonto@RVAnderson.com Welland Ottawa Sudbury London Moncton Fredericton Charlottetown Bombay, India

Environmental, Transportation & Industrial Engineering

Creating Value Through Service and Innovation British Columbia

Alberta

Saskatchewan

Ontario

105-15 North Queen St., Etobicoke, ON M8Z 6C1

(416)626-5300 Fax:(416)622-6710 Contact: Robert i. Maksymec, President

www.ae.ca

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Telephone: 604.293. 141 1

ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING

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

Specialists in a comprehensive range of Environmentai and Municipal Engineering Collingwood

Tel.(705) 325-1753

(613)821-9970 Fax: (613)821-9975 Contact: N. Ronald Morrison, Director PLURITEC

Brace bridge

Orillia

Tel.[705)444-2055 EKIafI: infi3@cctatharT

6474 Waddion Drive, Ottawa, ON K4P 1E7

201-225 rue des Forges, Trois-Rivieres, QC G9A 2G7 (819)379-8010 Fax: (819)379-8092 Contact: Piere Bellavance, Director Environment

Tel.(705) B4S.7756 Web: www.cctathani.CDm

POLLUTECH ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

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

-y Procyon Consulting Inc ^

OUR EXPERTIfE TO VOUR SERVICE

(SInee 198$) PROCYON CONSULTING INC.

Providing DREDCINC AND DEWATERINC for

rI A H/lPY industrial and MUNICIPAL TREATMENT PLANT, Li Li/Aif11.A

HAZARDOUS WASTE REDUCTION for the

ENVIRQNNEMENT^

petrochemical

CONTACT.

PHONE I (418)837-1444

Joel Deichenei. Uice-president

FA* I (418)837-7723

E-Mail I domex@ac.alra.com

Web Site I www.clamex.ctc.ca

Central Projects Group Inc.

238 Hickling Trail, Barrio, ON L4M 5W5 (705)739-9738 Fax: (705)739-8448 E-mail: admin@procyon.ca Web site: www.procyon.ca Contact: George Chamberlin, Principal Procyon (pro'-se-an), a process focused environ mental consulting company, provides training and implementation leadership to organizations that want ISO 14001 registration. Procyon auditors and advi sors, accredited by ANSI-RAB, train staff, conduct environmental conformance, compliance or perform

ance audits and conduct emissions testing and guide an organization to a cost-effective, registered EMS.

250 Shields Court, Unit 15, Markham,Ontario, L3R 9W7

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

• Cost Effective Remediation

• Environmental Risk Assessments • Hydrogeological Investigations

• Construction Management • Site Development Services

Consulting Engineers

□ELCAIM ENVIRONMENTAL DIVISION • Drainage Planning

• Htofer S Wastewater Systems

• Hydro-technical Services

• Industrial Treatment

• Environmental Impact

• Stormwater Management

• Environmental Plonning

DILLON

MANAGEMENT INC.

52207 Range Road 233, Sherwood Park, AB T8B 1H4 (780)417-3382 Fax: (780)417-2689 Contact: Albert Biel, Manager PROJECT ENGINEERING LIMITED

778 King Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 1G2 (506)450-2930 Fax: (506)451-0415 Contact: John McKinney, President

Toronto • Ottawa

PSC ANALYTICAL SERVICES

London • Hamilton

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

Vancouver • Victoria

Specializing in:

PROFESSIONAL PROJECT

QUINTE-ECO CONSULTANTS INC.

Corporate Office:

133 Wynford Drive Toronto, Ontario M3C 1K1

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

Teh (416) 441-4111 R&R LABORATORIES LTD.

Fax: (416) 441-4131

' Infrastructure

• Communities

• Eniircmment

• Facilities

206-160 Charlotte St., Peterborough, ON K9J 2T8 (705)748-1506 Fax: (705)748-6514 Contact: Dr. Ramesh Makhija, President RAL ENGINEERING LTD.

47-17665 Leslie Street, Newmarket, ON L3Y 3E3

(905)853-0626 Fax: (905)853-8807 E-mail: ral@raleng.com Web site: www.raleng.com Contact: Bob LeCraw, President RAL Engineering Ltd., founded in 1990 specializes in practical and effective water and sewage treat

CONSULTING

Vancotcmr • YeJton>kidfe • Calgmy • Wiimipeg • Wh/dsor • Chalham hovdof} • Camhridge • YoronU • Ottawa • Iqahiil • Pndmrtott Montfoii • Hadftix- • Po?-* Hmf.kesO/iny • Sydney • litternafmia! 2S5 YorklandBof/kvard, Smte SOO, Toronfe, Ontario M2J4YS (416) 229-4646

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784 Scottsdale Drive, Guelph, ON NIG 3L8 (519)780-1050 Fax: (519)837-2718 Contact: Robert Poisson RG ROBINSON AND ASSOCIATES

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(BARRIE) LTD. 10 Fiigh Street, Barrio, ON L4N 1W1 (705)721-9222 Fax: (705)734-0764

Contact: Marcus Firman, Mgr., Env. Engineering 74

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1303-10520 Yonge St., #35B, Richmond Hill, ON L4C3C7 {905)770-8254 Contact: Shelley Davidson, General Manager Engineers

K

Hydrogeologists

r_\ I Environmental Consultants DUniMOlUC

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FUNGI & BACTERIA ID & ENUMERATION

V

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

V V

INDOOR ALLERGEN TESTING SEWAGE CONTAMINATION IN BUILDINGS

V

MATERIALS, PARTICLE & DUST CHARACTERIZATION

V V V

FULL PARTICLE IDENTIFICATION & SIZING DUST MITES/ MOTH SCALES & ARTHROPOD FRAGMENTS ASBESTOS/LEAD/ METALS/SILICA /CHEMISTRY

R.J. BURNSIDE & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

15 Town Line, Orangevllle, ON L9W 3R4 (519)941-5331 Fax:(519)941-8120 E-mail: info@rjburnslde.com Web site: www.rjburnside.com

EMSL Analytical, Inc. participate.s in the ALHA EMPATprogram

www.emsl.com

107 Haddon Avenue, Westmont, NJ USA 08108

1-800-220-3675

Contact: Rul De Carvalho, President

Burnslde Is a multl-dlsclpllnary Canadian engineer ing and environmental consulting firm established In 1970. In addition to providing core Infrastructure en gineering and environmental consulting services, we fiave capabilities with GIS,solid waste management, golf course sen/Ices and satellite remote sensing.

GAP EnviroMlcroblal Services Inc.

Microbiology Laboratory & Consulting « Cryptosporidium & Giardia « Microorganism Identification * Rapid E.coli recreational water

ROBINSON CONSULTANTS

* Microbial Training * Consulting Services

* Respirometry

350 Palladium Drive, Kanata, ON K2V 1A8

1020 Hargrieve Road, London, Ontario. N6E1P5 Telephone: 519-681 -0571 Fax: 519-681-7150

(613)592-6060 Fax:(613)592-5995 Contact: Andy Robinson, President ROWAN WILLIAMS DAVIES & IRWIN, INC.

650 Woodlawn Road W., Guelph, ON NIK 1B8 (519)823-1311 Fax:(519)823-1316 Contact: Cralg Hunt

Gartner

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MONTREAL BRACEBRIDGE

ST. CATHARINES

RSG ENGINEERING INC.

202-3754 Richmond Road, Nepean, ON K2H 5B9 (613)721-0880 Fax:(613)721-2096

CALGARY

VANCOUVER

Lee

WHITEHORSE YELLOWKNIFE

Limited

"For professional services in environmental training, due diligence, health and safety, and compliance auditing, give me a call."

Contact: Richard Goubko, President RSW INTERNATIONAL

2600-800 boul Rene-Levesque O, Montreal, QC

Lou Locatelli, Principal, Tel:(905) 477-8400 ext. 206 Email: llocateili@gartnerlee.com Website: www.gartneriee.com

H3B 1Z1

Contact: Georges Tadros, Director

R.V. Anderson Geamat:rix Consultant's

Associates Limited

Engineers, Geologists, and Environmental Scientists

R.V. ANDERSON ASSOCIATES LIMITED

■ .i.nclustrfoi' V/aier/Wosiewaier Jreaitr\enf

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

■ Waste Minini.'zanon/Wos^ev/oter Rsuse/Recyde

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

Contacts: Ken Morrison, Peter J. Laughton Environmental and infrastructure specialists: plan

ning and management,design and construction, op erations and optimization services for water and wastewater,transportation, urban development and telecommunication technologies. Branches: Weiland, Ottawa, Sudbury (Dennis), London, Moncton (Touchie), Frederlcton (Touchie), Charlottetown (Atlantech), Mumbal India(PHE Consultants).

■ Trec^menf System Upgrode/OplifTuzcnon

Suite No. 1\465 Phillip Street

Tel:(519)886•7500

SALBRO CONSULTING SERVICES LTD.

2302 22 Street S., Lethbrldge, AB T1K 2K2 (403)320-9343 Fax:(403)320-5721 Contact: Walter BrodowskI, President

wvvw.geoma1rix.com

Experts in Water, Wastewater, Environmental Planning,and Simulation Software

Hydromantis,Inc.

CENTRE

Contact: Eric Biond, Technical Director

■ iSO 14000 - cnvi'mnmentci'/vtano.gemen^ Systems

Fax:(519)886•7419

SAGEOS - GEOSYNTHETICS TECHNOLOGY

3000 Bouile Street, Salnt-Hyaclnthe, QC J2S 1H9 (450)771-4608 Fax:(450)778-3901

■ Trsafiment Sysfem Design ond Construction

Waterloo, Ontario InJ2L 6C7

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Consulting Engineers

210 Sheldon Drive, Cambridge, Ontario, NIT 1A8 Tel:(519)624-7223 Fax:(519)624-7224 1685 Main Street West, Suite 302, Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 1G5

E-mail: jnfo@hydromantls.com

Tel:(905) 522-0012 Fax:(905) 522-0031

Web: www.hydromantls.com

SARAFINCHIN ASSOCIATES LTD.

238 Galaxy Blvd., Toronto, ON MOW 5R8 (416)674-1770 Fax:(416)674-1997 Contact: Murray Saraflnchin, President

J.L. Richards & Associates Limited

Consulting Engineers, Architects & Planners SCHUR-TEK RESOURCES LTD.

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

Water & Wastewater Treatment I Environmental Assessment & Planning

Solid Waste Management I Stormwater Management I Watermain & Sewer Rehabilitation

Providing a wide range of Environmental Services SENDEX ENVIRONMENTAL CORP.

Sudbury 705-522-8174

417 Exeter Road, London, ON N6E 2Z3

Ottawa 613-728-3571

(519)680-3868 Fax:(519)680-3870 Contact: Marc B. Trudeil, Principal

Kingston 613-544-1424 l Visit Ou' Website al www.jlricliards.ca j TImmins 705-360-1899

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories SENES CONSULTANTS LIMITED

• Design and supervision of groundwater exploration programs

Xx)towater ltd.

12-121 Granton Drive, Richmond Hill, ON L4B3N4

• New municipal well design •Assessment of groundwater/surface water interaction • Groundwater protection •Artificial recharge

Hydri>gc<iIoyical Consultants and GroundwiUer Supply Specialists

(905)764-9380 Fax:(905)764-9386 Contact: Dr. Donald M. Gorber, President S. GRAHAM ENGINEERING AND

• Hydrogeology studies and groundwater impact assessments

GEOLOGY INC.

• Landfill monitoring and impact assessment

12 Years and Still Flowing

46 Parkgrove Crescent, Delta, BC V4L 2G3 (604)943-8500 Fax:(604)943-8500

• Well maintenance, rehabilitation, performance improvement • Well construction

Mail:

P.O. Box 451, Paris, Ontario N3L 3T5

Office: 326 Grand River St. North

• Performance testing of wells and pumps

Paris, Ontario N3L 4A5

Tel:

Contact: Steve Gratiam, President

• Video inspection services

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

SHIGEO BAN AND ASSOCIATES

437 Carlsen Place, Port Moody, BC V3H 4A1 (604)469-0437 Fax:(604)469-8903 Contact: Shigeo Ban, Principal

E-mail: lwater@lotowater.com, Web site: www.lotowater.com

SIMCOE ENGINEERING GROUP LIMITED

MacViro ^

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

Designing Environmental & Energy Solutions SIMMERING & ASSOCIATES LTD.

300-1750 Courtwood Cres., Ottawa, ON K2C 2B5 (613)224-0224 Fax:(613)224-0339

Consulting Engineers, Planners and Scientists, Specializing In the Environment

Contact: Anne Hetzler

MacViro Consultants Inc. 90 Allstate Parkway, Suite 600, Markham, Ontario L3R 6H3 (905)475-7270 • Fax:(905)475-5994

SITE INVESTIGATION SERVICES LIMITED

E-Mail: reception@macviro.com

785 The Kingsway, Peterborough, ON K9J 6W7 (705)743-6850 Fax:(705)743-6854 Contact: Robert Marttila, Vice President

Marshall Macklin

SKELTON BRUMWELL & ASSOCIATES INC.

107-93 Bell Farm Road, Barrie, ON L4M 5G1

Monaghan

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

PROJECT MANAGERS • B4GINEERS•SURVEYORS - PLANNERS

Contact: Scott Brumwell, Vice President

Specialists In Environmental Planning and Engineering, Hydrogeology, Waste Management and Water Resources

SNC-LAVALIN ENGINEERS & CONSTRUCTORS INC.

2200 Lakeshore Blvd. W., Toronto, ON M8V 1A4

Toronto, Calgary, Mississauga, Whitby

(416)252-5311 Fax:(416)231-5356 Contact: Jonathan Read, Director, Environment

80 Commerce Valley Drive East, Thornhill, ON L3T 7N4

Telephone: 905-882-1100 FAX: 905-882-0055 E-mail: mmm@mmm.ca

www.mmm.ca

SOIL-MAT ENGINEERS

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130 Lancing Drive, Hamiiton, ON L8W 3A1 (905)318-7440 Fax:(905)318-7455 Contact: Danny Schebesch, President

am ytics inc EDMONTON

9331 - 48 h St

' National Comprefiensive Environmental Testing Services

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Fax (780)466-3332 CALGARY -

(450)348-5693 Fax:(450)346-2340 Contact: Francoise Forcier, Project Director

(905)890-2555

QUEBEC

. 9420 Cote de Uesse'

SOLMERS INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS INC.

Lacttine, QC H8t 1A1

Calgary, AB T2E 6P2

(403)291-3077

90 ch Grand-Pre, Saint-Luc, QC J2W 2G6

'Mississauga, ON L4Z 1P1 Fax (905)890-0370

2021 •41 Avenue N,E.

Air Monitoring Services

SOLINOV INC.

. 5540 McAdam Road

(780)468-3500 .

' MaxxLINK - Internet accessible sample tracking and report vievi/Ing

ONTARIO

t

Edmonton. AB T6B 2R4 '

(514)636-6218 "

i

Occupational Hygiene Services

Fax(403) 291-9468

Rush Analysis

Toll Free: WEST (800) 386-7247

Fax (514)631-9814

205-2160 ch duTremblay, Longueull, QC J4N 1A8 (450)448-0870 Fax:(450)448-1070 Contact: Louise Chaput, Engineer, Tech. Director

EAST (800) 563-6266

SOUTHWESTERN FLOWTECH & ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

>I PARKSON CORPORATION

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

Contact: Kevin McMillan, Senior Project Manager

• Aqua Guaird® Screen ' ■ Biolac® System r^IJynaSand® Filter •Lamella'G Gravity

Settler • StramPress SludgeCleaner

SPECTRUM ASSOCIATES

3400 Griffith, Saint-Laurent, QC H4T tA7 (514)733-5501 Fax:(514)733-7432 Contact: Mark Wasseriauf, Engineer

9050 RYAN AVENtJE, DORVAL,QUEBEC H9P 2m8 TELEPHONE 514-636-8712 FAX 514-636-9718

CANADAtgPARKSGN.CGM WWW.PARKSGN.CGM

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An Axel Johnson Inc. Company

Exceptional People. Exceptional Results. 1

SPN CONSULTANTS INC.

150-2 Place du Commerce, Verdun, QC HOE 1A1

(514)766-2671 Fax:(514)769-7869 STANDARDS COUNCIL OF CANADA

1

270-200 Albert Street, Ottawa, ON KIP 2N7 (613)238-3222 Fax:(613)569-7808 Contact: Sanjiva Sondagar, Mrktg. Comm. Officer STANTEC CONSULTING LTD.

ANALYTICAL

300-871 Victoria Street N., Kitchener, ON N2B 384

-SERVICES-

(519)585-7315 Fax:(519)579-6733

5735 McAdam Road, Mississauga, Ontario L4Z1N9 vgeldart@philipinc.com • 1-800-263-9040 ext. 275 • Fax:(905)890-8575 1

Valerie Geldart

[ National Accounts Manager 76

www.pscanalytical.com

STEVENSON ENGINEERING LIMITED

3-1615 N. Routledge Park, London, ON N6H 5N5 (519)474-0410 Fax:(519)474-0283 Contact: Bob Stevenson, President

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1202A boul Saint-Joseph E., Montreal, QC H2J 1L6 {514)524-1010 Fax:(514)524-1020 Contact: Andre-Martin Bouchard, President

ilSimcoe SIMCOE ENGINEERING GROUP LIMITED

Consulting Engineers

SUMMIT ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS LTD.

17A-100 Kaiamaika Lake Rd., Vernon,EC V1T7M3 (250)545-3672 Fax:(250)545-3654 Contact: Dr. Hugh Hamilton, Senior Scientist SYLVIS ENVIRONMENTAL

3626 Pandora Street, Vancouver, EC V5K 1X2 (604)297-9243 Fax:(604)294-9273 Contact: Mike Van Ham, President

Head Office: 1815 Ironstone Manor

segl@simcoe.com

Regional Office: 516 O'Connor Drive Suite 205

Offering Services in the areas of: Water Supply

Pickering, Ontario

Kingston, Ontario

Pollution Control

L1W 3W9

K7P 1N3

Drainage

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

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

SCADA Blo-Containment

Suite #10

Offices across North America

SYNERGY ENVIRONMENT INC.

1432 rue Eeauharnois, Longueuii, QC J4M 1C2 (450)647-1991 Fax:(450)647-1999 Contact: Robert Morin, President TECHMA ENTERPRISE LTD.

426 Buchanan Road, Edmonton, AE T6R 2A5 (780)435-5614 Contact: Teresa Eiaiik, President TECHNICAL ADVANTAGE

66 Lyndhurst Drive, Kitchener, ON N2E 1E5 (519)570-2612 Fax:(519)570-1656

www.segi.com

In Canada Call:

stantec.com

Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia

Stantec

Knowledge Based

Solutions For the Environment

(819)663-9294 (519)579-4410 (204) 489-5900 (306) 757-3581 (780) 917-7000 (604) 597-0422

Arizona • Nevada• California • Utah • Colorado • Virginia North Carolina • South Carolina• Georgia • Tennessee

Contact: Tim Grub

"A leader\r\ proviiding innovative

TECHNISOL ENVIRONNEMENT

325 rue de L'Espinay, Quebec, QC G1L2J2 (418)647-1402 Fax:(418)647-2540 Contact: Paul LeFrancois, President

automation solutions to our customers." We offer a complefe range of producfs & services in flie areas of: •Systems Integration • Process Instrumentation • Control Panels •Programmable Logic Controllers • MMI/SCADA • Computer/Network Services •Service

TEPECO CONSULTANTS INC.

Food Safety & Product Integrity Programs R.R. #33, Cambridge, ON N3H 4R8 (519)653-0441 Fax:(519)653-8414 E-maii: tepeco@tepeco.net Web site: www.tepeco.net Tepeco Consultants incorporated provides innova tive solutions for food safety concerns. Our Product Integrity programs are designed to help maximize production and reduce contamination. Sanitation and food safety audits, consultations and recommenda tions. Pest prevention, specialized fumigations and non-chemicai alternatives, wood product and pallet

Summa Engineering Limiteti 6423 Northam Drive, Mississauga, ON L4V1J2 Tei:(905) 678-3388, Fax:(905) 678-0444

Summa Enterprises, Piace Grilii, 3539 Blvd. St. Charles, #350, KIrkland, QC H9H 5B9 Tel:(514) 591-5748, Fax:(514)455-3587

COMPLETE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE

architects

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

planners

Site Assessment & Remediation • SCADA

engineers

fumigation, industrial and specialty items supply. . - ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION -

TEL:(905)668-9363•WHITBY•Fax:(905)668-0221 TERRAPEX ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

108-557 Dixon Road, Toronto, ON M9W 6K1

E-mail: tsh@tsh.ca

(416)245-0011 Ext. 231 Fax:(416)245-0012 Contact: Michael Osborne, Principal

Web site: www.tsh.ca

BARBIE• BRACEBRIDGE • COBOURG • KINGSTON • LONDON

OHAWA •SAULT STE. MARIE •ST CATHARINES • WATERLOO

TERRAPROBE LIMITED

EARTH AND WATER SECTOR

18-12 Eram Court, Erampton, ON L6W 3V1 (905)796-2650 Fax:(905)796-2250 Contact: Paul Bowen, Principal Ontario

THAMES VALLEY ENGINEERING INC.

Manitoba

100-392 Park Avenue E., Chatham, ON N7M 5Y5

Saskatchewan

(519)354-2193 Fax:(519)352-4272 Contact: Win Eizinga, Vice President

Alberta British Columbia Northern Territories

T. HARRIS ENVIRONMENTAL

& Intemationally

Environmental Engineering Water & Wastewater Engineering Site Assessment & Remediation

Hydrogeology Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Urban Drainage

MANAGEMENT INC.

242 Galaxy Blvd., Toronto, ON

Visit our website at www.umagroup.com

M9W 5R8

1-888-ASK-THEM

(416)679-8914 Fax:(416)679-8915 E-mail: jfisher@tharris.ca Web site: www.tharris.ca

Contact: John C. Fisher, Chief Operating Officer THEM is a diverse group of industrial hygiene, en gineering, scientific, and technical professionals pro viding a wide range of environmentai/occupationai 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

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TANTS LTD.

v_.WI^ O *-7 Lv

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SPECIALISTS

• industriai/Municipai Wastewater Management • Watershed 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

• Hydrogeology investigation/Modeiling • Environmentai Site Assessment/Auditing • Remediation and Decommissioning • Environmentai Management Systems

across Canada.

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1345 Rosemount Avenue, Cornwall, ON K6J 3E5

Virtual Engineers VE Collective Inc.

(613)933-5602 Fax:(613)936-0335 Contact: Robert S. Wilson, Project Manager

VIRTUAL ENGINEERS - VE COLLECTIVE INC. THURBER ENVIRONMENTAL

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

CONSULTANTS LTD.

(905)475-0436 Fax:(905)475-0142

103-2010 Winston Park Dr., Oakville, ON L6H 5R7

E-mail: lnfo@vecollectlve.com

(905)829-8666 Fax:(905)829-1166 Contact: Dr. P.K. Chatterjl, Principal/Director

Web site: www.vecollective.com

TRENCHLESS SOLUTIONS INC.

3809 St. Joseph Blvd., Ottawa, ON K1C 1T1 (613)239-4874 Fax:(613)834-9110 Contact: Kevin Secord, General Manager TRITON ENGINEERING SERVICES LIMITED

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

WM. R. WALKER ENGINEERING INC.

499 Queen Street E., Sault Ste Marie, ON P6A 1Z9

(705)942-2070 Fax:(705)942-3532 Contact: Larry Jackson WOOD, BANANI & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

100-3740 Richmond Road, Ottawa, ON K2H 5B9 (613)596-6454 Fax:(613)596-3346 Contact: C.L. Wood, President

Contact: R. Anthony Warner Site plan approvals, structural, mechanical, electri cal, chemical, HVAC, structural detailing & piping engineers, MOE air & water permitting; industrial, buildings, apartment buildings, hotels, boiler rooms, stormwater management, pump stations, wastewatertreatment, chillers, hospitals. Unique network of professional engineers gives you access to lead ing professionals at reduced cost because of our unparalleled corporate structure.

WOOD LABORATORY LTD.

13-3871 North Fraser Way, Burnaby, BC V5J 5G6 (604)684-8732 Fax:(604)684-3917 Contact: Jennia Li, Laboratory Manager

abS (1992)LTD. WSH LABORATORIES LTD.

3851B 21 Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 6T5 (800)449-6544,(403)250-9164 Fax:(403)291-4597 E-mail: support@wshlabs.com

TRY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

8 Widdicombe Hill, Toronto, ON M9R 1B3

(416)246-1107 Fax:(416)246-1127 Contact: Robert Ostry, President

ERITEC

Web site: www.wshlabs.com

Consulting Inc.

TSH ENGINEERS ARCHITECTS PLANNERS

VERITEC CONSULTING INC.

1 -300 Water Street, Whitby, ON L1N 9J2 (905)668-9363 Fax:(905)668-0221

12-1495 Bonhlll Road, MIssissauga, ON L5T 1M2 (905)696-9391 Fax:(905)696-9395 E-mail: verltec@sympatico.ca

UMA ENGINEERING LTD.

Web site: www.veritec.ca

5080 Commerce Blvd., MIssissauga, ON L4W 4P2 (905)238-0007 Fax:(905)238-0038

Contact: Alain M. 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,

UMA INDUSTRIAL

FI4-50 Gervals Drive, Toronto, ON M3C 1Z3

(416)445-4844 Fax:(416)445-7107 Contact: Harry Kondratas, Dir., Project Development

ICI water use studies and more.

Contact: Bill Wong, Manager Manufacturer of clearwater 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. Water, wastewater, soil environmental testing services.

XCG CONSULTANTS LTD.

300-2620 Bristol Circle, Oakville, ON L6H 6Z7 UNDERWRITERS' LABORATORIES OF CANADA

7 Grouse Road, Toronto, ON Ml R 3A9

(416)757-3611 Fax:(416)757-3788 Contact: Dwalne Chrustle, Mgr., Marketing & Sales

VISTA ENGINEERING CORPORATION

13-1815 Ironstone Manor, Pickering, ON L1W3W9 (905)834-0862 Fax:(905)837-5134 Contact: Pete Palumbo, President WALTERS FORENSIC ENGINEERING

URBAN SYSTEMS LTD.

200-286 St. Paul Street, Kamloops, BC V2C 6G4 (250)374-8311 Fax:(250)374-5334 Contact: Chris Town, Environmental Engineer

URS

DAMES & MOORE CANADA INC.

800-277 Wellington St. W., Toronto, ON M5V 3H2 (416)971-8900 Fax:(416)971-6319 Contact: Fred Stanley, Engineer

stormwater distribution, collection and treatment; WARDROP ENGINEERING INC.

400-386 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C 4M8 (204)956-0980 Fax:(204)957-5389 Contact: Ed Wolowlch, Mgr., Env. Sciences

URS DAMES & MOORE CANADA INC.

WASTE STREAM CONSULTANTS, LLC

404-151 City Centre Dr., MIssissauga, ON L5B 1M7 (905)272-3001 Fax:(905)272-3380 E-mail: tor@urscorp.com Web site: www.urscorp.com Contacts: David A. Legault, Manager; Mark Lack, Principal; Ken Lyon, Principal URS Dames & Moore Canada Inc. is part of the worldwide URS Group of Companies, specializing

30591 Schoolcraft, Suite B, Livonia, Ml 48150-2008 USA (734)513-0972 Fax:(734)513-0956 Contact: Ted Warrow, Managing Member

in environmental site assessments, contaminated

site clean-ups, due diligence audits, Brownfield re development, asbestos and designated substances surveys, site decommissioning, air monitoring and permitting, risk assessments(SSRA), and environ mental data management systems.

watershed and ecosystem management; environ mental auditing and site services. ZECON TECHNOLOGY

53 rue Dogwood, Bale-D'Urfe, OC H9X 3J6 (514)457-2719 Fax:(514)457-2719 Contact: Vice President, Operations

WATER AND EARTH SCIENCE ASSOCIATES LTD.

3108 Carp Road, Ottawa, ON KOA 1L0 (613)839-3053 Fax:(613)839-5376 Contact: Phillppa Smith, Marketing Manager WATERLOO HYDROGEOLOGIC INC.

101-460 Phillip Street, Waterloo, ON N2L 5J2 (519)746-6179 Fax:(519)885-5262

Contact: Martin Draeger, Marketing Manager

VALDOR ENGINEERING INC.

WATER REGIME INVESTIGATIONS AND

501-216 Chrlslea Road, Woodbrldge, ON L4L8S5 (905)264-0054 Fax:(905)264-0069 Contact: Fabian Papa, Head of Water Resources,

SIMULATIONS LTD.

P.O. Box 28040, Parkdale Postal Outlet, Waterloo, ON N2L 6J8 (519)884-5816 Fax:(519)884-8851

Associate

WATERTECH ENGINEERING, RESEARCH & VALUE MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL

HEALTH INC.

Parkview House, 4 Pembina Place, St. Albert, AB T8N 4P7 (780)460-1625 Fax:(780)460-2003 Contact: Martyn Phillips, Director

112-1212 1 Street S.E., Calgary, AB T2G 2H8 (403)233-0281 Fax:(403)233-7320 Contact: Barry Bohn, Principal

VDV CONSULTING

WIEBE ENGINEERING GROUP INC.

386 Timlock Place, Waterloo, ON N2K 3J2

205-50 Dalhousie Street, Brantford, ON N3T 2H8

(519)725-9874 Fax:(519)725-0842 Contact: Jackie Van de Valk, Principal

(800)943-2876,(519)758-8391 Fax:(519)758-5822 Contact: J. Bryon Wiebe, President

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(905)829-8880 Fax:(905)829-8890 E-mail: mall@xcg.com Web site: www.xcg.com Contact: Deborah Molloy, Marketing Coordinator XCG is a unique environmental engineering and science company, which has earned a reputation for excellence. We provide a full range of high quality professional consulting services in environmental management systems; water, wastewater and

CONSULTANTS

INC.

ZORIX CONSULTANTS INC.

200-3425 Semenyk Crt., MIssissauga, ON L5G 4P9 (905)277-1110 Fax:(905)277-1112 E-mail: lnfo@zorlx.on.ca Web site: www.zorlx.on.ca

Contact: Moe Zolghadr, President ZORIX specializes in solving odour nuisance Issues facing the municipal and Industrial sectors. Profes sional services range from conducting odour Impact assessments. Interface with community groups and regulatory bodies to managing the design and in stallation of odour abatement systems. ZORIX op erates an in-house state-of-the-art olfactometry lab (odour panel).

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ES&E's Directory ofEnvironmental Equipment& Service Suppliers Note: This guide is intended as a service for ES&E readers oniy. No ciaims are made that it is a comprehensive review. ES&E reiies on information suppiied by companies who returned questionnaires. A&A SHEET METAL PRODUCTS/

Contact: Grant Lee, President

SECURALL SAFETY STORAGE EQUIPMENT

Marketing plans and budgets; media campaigns and budgets; newsletters; market research; editing; pro posal preparation; collateral material; exhibits; web site planning; presentations; client surveys; client contact and maintenance programs; and marketing

5122 N. State Road 39, La Porte, IN 46350 USA

(888)326-7890 Fax:(219)324-3780 Contact: Randy Galey, Sales Manager

illili r\mm ABB INC.

Water and Industrial Analytics 3450 Harvester Road, Burlington, ON L7N 3W5 (905)639-8840 Fax:(905)639-8639 E-mall: ivan.a.solomons@ca.abb.com Web site: www.abb.ca

Contact: Ivan Solomons, Sr. Project Manager ABB Inc. has more than 40 years experience In the manufacture of analytical products for the water and waste treatment sector. We offer a full range of monitors including dissolved oxygen, turbidity, ni trate, phosphate, dissolved organlcs, pH, conduc tivity, etc. All are available through our Canada-wide network of representatives. ABB INC. Water Meters Division

3450 Harvester Road, Burlington, ON L7N 3W5 (905)333-7586 Fax:(905)681-4311 Contact: Gordon B. Moffatt, Product Manager

seminars. AIG ENVIRONMENTAL OF CANADA

145 Wellington Street W., Toronto, ON M5J 1H8 (800)387-4481,(416)596-3990 Fax:(416)596-3584 Contact: Kate Dobson-Parks, Reg. Mgr., Canada

ACi INSTRUMENTATION LIMITED

120 Woodstream Blvd., #6, Woodbridge, ON L4L 7Z1 (905)265-0063 Fax:(905)265-0064 Contact: Angelo Valente, Sales Manager

2756 Lancaster Road, Ottawa, ON K1B 484 (613)821-9066 Fax:(613)352-5558 Contact: KImberly Curran, Marketing Manager

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1133 Regent Street, Frederlcton, NB E3B 3Z2 (506)451-7407 Fax:(506)459-3954

2121 Franklin Blvd., #9, Eugene, OR 97403 USA (541)683-5420 Fax:(541)683-1047 Contact: Karene Gottfried, Sales Manager

Contact: Eric Winchester

arsenic, uranium, chromium and other metals from

groundwater to low ppb concentrations. Our filter media - MEDIA G2'® - is certified to ANSI/NSF 61 and ETV Canada verified. MEDIA G2'® will also re

duce hydrogen sulflde from sour gas streams with concentrations as high as 30,000 ppm.

ALBERTA MEQUIPCO LTD.

AGL MARKETING LIMITED

(800)959-0299,(610)917-0991 Fax:(610)917-0992

AH)RiTL

ANDRITZ-RUTHNER, INC. 1010 Commercial Blvd. 8., Arlington, Texax 76001 USA (817)465-5611 Fax:(817)468-3961

ALFA LAVAL INC.

E-mail: andrltz@andritz-arl.com Web site: www.andritz.com

101 Milner Avenue, Scarborough, ON MIS 4S6 (416)299-6101 Fax:(416)299-5476 Contact: Trevor Van Daele, Product Manager

670 Ainslie Road, Harrop, Nelson, BC V1L6P6 (250)354-3644 Fax:(250)229-5670

Contact: Jamie French, Regional Sales Manager Andrltz is a leading manufacturer of screening, dewatering and drying equipment. The company specializes in the design and manufacture of screens (static & rotary), thickeners (belt & rotary), belt presses, centrifuges, sand filters and drying systems.

Contact: Don Brown, Owner ANTHRAFILTER MEDIA & COAL LTD.

ALLMAX PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC.

911 South Main St., BIdg. A, Kenton, OH 43326 USA (800)670-1867 Fax:(419)673-8864 Contact: Steve White, General Manager

20 Sharp Road, Brantford, ON N3T 5L8 (519)751-1080 Fax:(519)751-0617 Contact: Dave Loney, President

ALRANGE CONTAINER SERVICES

44 Medulla Avenue, Etobicoke, ON M8Z 5L9 (416)239-9559 Fax:(416)239-7535 Contact: Marc Cornwall, Account Manager ALTECH TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS INC.

AMADEUS INTERNATIONAL INC.

400 Boulevard Jean-Lesage, #500 G1K 8W1 (418)525-0606 Fax:(418)525-0909 Contact: Daniel Bordeleau, VP, Sales

AQUABLAST CORP.

77 Orchard Road, Ajax, ON L1S 6K9 (905)619-3009 Fax:(905)619-3638 E-mail: john@aquablastcorp.com Web site: www.aquablast.ca Contact: John Eecloo, President, General Mgr. Industrial cleaning for over 26 years, reactors, si

los, heat exchangers,sewers, process piping, equip ment, buildings, using high pressure waterjetting services to 40,000 psi. Cold cutting steel plate, tanks and pipes; 3D self rotating cleaning head and teleboom for safe tank cleaning. Turbo vacuum

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. AMIAD FILTRATION SYSTEMS

2220 Celsius Avenue, Oxnard, CA 93030 USA (800)969-4055,(805)988-3323 Fax:(805)988-3313 Contact: Richard Sharpe, VP Sales & Marketing AMKO SYSTEMS INC.

20 Moultrey Crescent, Georgetown, ON L7G 4N5 (905)877-5369 Fax:(905)702-0819

621 Ramsey Avenue, Hillside, NJ 07205 USA (908)964-8686 Fax:(908)964-6622 Contact: W. Richard Adey, President

2265 Pemblna Hwy., #305, Winnipeg, MB R3T 5J3 (204)982-1040 Fax:(204)982-1045 Contact: Dan Landry

E-mail: elw@adi.ca, Web site: www.adi.ca

Supplier of water treatment systems for removal of

search facilities.

ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.

Contact: Alex Keen, President G

Data Acquisition/Reporting Systems (DAS). For emission, process and ambient air monitoring, AMKO's innovative solutions are utilized through out power generation, petrochemical, cement, pulp and paper industries, incineration plants and re

680 Hollow Road, Box 879, Oaks, PA 19456 USA

AIRMETRICS

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

ADI INTERNATIONAL INC.

tems(CEMS). Our turnkey systems Integrate gas, dust and flow analyzers, PLC and PC-based con trol systems, Human-Machine Interfaces(HMI)and

ANALYTICAL MEASUREMENTS AIR LIQUIDE CANADA INC.

ALL AROUND SERVICES ABS PUMPS CORPORATION

1215 Meyerside Dr., #7, Mississauga, ON L5T1H3 (800)988-2610,(905)670-4677 Fax:(905)670-3709 E-mail: abscanada@abspumps.com Web site: www.abspumps.com Contact: Tim Sansom, National Sales Manager ABS Is one of the world's leading manufacturers of pumps, mixers and aerators, specializing In water and wastewater, general Industry, pulp and paper, and building services.

AMKO Systems Inc. is a leading systems house for site-specific Continuous Emission Monitoring Sys

250 West Beaver Creek Road, #6, Richmond Hiil, ON L4B 1C7

A

E-mail: glee@aglmarketing.com Web site: www.aglmarketlng.com

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

pumping for liquids, sludges and dry materials; daylighting and hydrotrenching services. AQUARIUS SERVICES ET TECHNOLOGIES INC.

6423 Cote-de-Liesse, Saint-Laurent, QC H4T 1E5 (514)342-9050 Fax;(514)342-5150 Contact: Philippe Van de Voorle, President AQUA TECHNICAL SALES INC.

124MacNabStreets.,#200, Hamilton,0NL8P3C3 (905)528-3807 Fax:(905)528-3428 Contact: Brian Gage, President AQUATECHNIQUES INC.

Web site: www.amkosystems.com

6021 Yonge Street, #128, Toronto, ON M2M 3W2 (905)833-4378 Fax:(905)833-4381

Contact: John Kosch, President

Contact: Al Dahya, Manager

E-mail: amko@idlrect.com

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ASI Group ARCHER TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT INC.

346 Cranbrooke Avenue, Toronto, ON M5M 1N3

(416)781-0135 Fax:(416)781-9560 E-mail; archertechnical@sympatico.ca Contact: David Archer, C.E.T., President

Ontario representative for: Vaughan chopper pumps; Rotamixâ&#x201E;˘ tank process mixing systems; Triton screw impelier pumps; Prime Cut seif-priming chop per pumps; Caigon Carbon municipai odour control systems from manhole and drum units to complete packages including fan and motor tor up to 14,150 i/s (30,000 OEM) air flow with water regenerable carbon.

P.O. Box 2205,250 Martindaie Road,St. Catharines, ONL2R7R8 (905)641-0941 Fax:(905)641-1825 E-maii: blaurens@asi-group.com Web site: www.asi-group.com Contact: Barbara Laurens, Mgr., Bus. Development ASi Group provides professional services to indus try and the public sector for managing water and wastewater. ASi offers proven technical expertise in engineering, environmental biology and marine sciences for a variety of water and wastewater man agement problems. ASi's full service approach uti lizes a combination of experienced professionals, and the use of innovative technical-based solutions

to assure clients of fast economical solutions using the newest technology.

ARCUS ABSORBENTS INC.

800 Arrow Road, #15, Toronto, ON MOM 2Z8 (416)745-7947 Fax:(416)745-1174 Contact: Michael Arcus, President

ATCO NOISE MANAGEMENT LTD.

1243 McKnight Blvd. N.E.. Calgary, AB T2E 5T1 (403)292-7804 Fax:(403)292-7816 Contact: Neil Barrett, National Sales Manager

ARIZONA INSTRUMENT

1912 W.4th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281 USA (602)470-1414 Fax:(480)804-0656 Contact: Fergus Kaumaya,Canadian Account Rep.

AWI

4450-46 Avenue S.E., Calgary, AB T2B 3N7

ARJAY ENGINEERING LTD.

(905)829-2418 Fax:(905)829-4701 Contact: Greg Reeves, Manager

AWI

E-maii: info@awifilter.com Web site: www.awifilter.com

Contact: Nicky Currie, Mrktg.Assist. AWi is a leader in filter optimization, providing site-specific technical services, filter in spections, filter media design and supply. Our technoiogicaiiy advanced underdrain systems include the AWi Pipenix Underdrain System and the AWI Phoenix Panel System - both have air scour capa bilities. Call AWi today - we cover it alii FJOIROPIMZAnON

ARLAT TECHNOLOGY

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

126 Miiner Avenue, Scarborough, ON MIS 3R2 (416)299-0780 Fax:(416)299-0394 Contact: Jennifer Bowman, Inside Sales Manager

recycling services. Products offered include abrasives, foundry sands, and mineral products for the steel, foundry, environmental and coatings in dustries. Recycling is available tor mineral byproducts, excess materials and site remediation.

S3BENNETT ENVIRONMENTAL INC. BENNETT ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

1540 Cornwall Road, #208, Oakviiie, ON L6J 7W5 (905)339-1540 Fax:(905)339-0016 E-mail: bmaskeli@bennettenv.com Web site: www.bennettenv.com

Contact: Brian Maskeli, Sales Manager 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 center in St.-Ambroise, Quebec. B.E.P. BESTOBELL LIMITED

(403)255-7377 Fax:(403)255-3129 2851 Brighton Road, Oakviiie, ON L6FI 609

Contact: Donald Shaw, VP, Quality/Env. Operations BEi Pecal supply industrial mineral products and

241 Norseman Street, Toronto, ON M8Z 2R5 (416)231-9216 Fax:(416)231-9121 Contact: Herb Kershaw, President BERLIE TECHNOLOGIES INC.

1245, industrielie Street, La Prairie, QC J5R 2E4 (450)659-1986 Fax:(450)659-7916

Contact: Frederick Paquette, Sales Manager BLASTAL COATINGS SERVICES INC.

353 Clarence Street, Brampton, ON L6W 1T6 (905)459-2001 Fax:(905)459-9320 Contact: Ernie De Angelis, Owner BLUE-ZONE TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

Azurix

261 Fishervilie Road, Toronto, ON M2R 3S4

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

NOnTH AMERICA

AZURIX NORTH AMERICA

An American Water Services company LIMITBP

100 King Street W., 22nd Floor, Hamilton, ON

BNA BONFIGLIOLI NORTH AMERICA INC.

L8P 1A2 (888)776-7306, Fax:(905)521-1988

2-7941 Jane Street, Concord, ON L4K 4L6 (905)738-4466 Fax:(905)738-4466

ARMTEC LIMITED

Web site: www.azurixna.com

15 Campbell Road, Guelph, ON N1H 6P2 (519)822-0210 Fax:(519)822-1160

Contact: Dave Clancy American Water Sen/ices and its subsidiary, Azurix North America, provide a full range of water and wastewater related services to municipalities, indus tries and private customers. The companies are backed by more than 100 years of industry experi

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

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.

nance, engineering services, residuals manage ment, mobile dewatering and underground infra structure rehabilitation.

a BRENTWOOD =-1 INDUSTRIES BRENTWOOD INDUSTRIES, INC.

P.O. Box 605, Reading, PA 19603 USA (610)374-5109 Fax:(610)376-6022 E-mail: wwsaies@brentw.com Web site: www.brentwoodindustries.com

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BAYCOR FIBRE TECH INC.

3017 St. Ciair Ave., #354, Burlington, ON L7N 3P5 (905)319-6556 Fax:(905)319-1444 ASHTEAD TECHNOLOGY RENTALS

3505 Laird Road,#18, Mississauga, ON L5L5Y7 (800)242-3910 Fax:(905)607-8592 E-mail: ashtead-technology@on.aibn.com Web site: www.ashtead-technology.com Contact: Tony Barreca, Operations Manager Ashtead Technology Rentals specializes in renting

E-m.aii: info@baycorfibre.com Web site: wvra/.baycorfibre.com Contact: Herb Langner, President Fine screening tor municipai, industrial, food and pulp and paper; sludge thickening; fibre recovery, washing and thickening.

portable instruments for environmental and indus

BCG WESTERN WATER

trial hygiene applications, including PiDs, FiDs, gas detectors, OEM and ambient air monitors, noise dosimeters, dust and aerosol monitors, water qual ity instruments. Ashtead also rents equipment for nondestructive testing, including video scopes/ probes, hardness and thickness meters, many oth ers. Ail instruments meticulously maintained, most ship overnight anywhere in Canada. Bilingual staff. Complete library of product specifications available on-line at the company's web site.

9716 - 40th Street S.E., Calgary, AB T2C 2P3 (800)242-3176,(403)203-4114 Fax:(403)203-9231

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B.N.W. VALVE MANUFACTURING LIMITED

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

ence and provide: contract operations and mainte

..^AfflTEAD RENTALS

Contact: Brian Raimondo, Sales Manager

Contact: David Krichten, Sales Manager The world leader in fixed film technologies, Brentwood supplies engineered water and wastewater treatment systems. Trickling filter media and media supports anaerobic filter media, AccuWeb

integrated fixed film/activated sludge. Tube Settler systems for efficient clarification, and AccuLinks

modular wastewater treatment systems utilizing submerged fixed film technologies. BRINKMANN INSTRUMENTS, INC. One Cantiague Rd., P.O. Box 1019, Westbury, NY 11590 USA (516)334-7500 Fax:(516)334-7506 BRISTOL BABCOCK

BEl PECAL. a division of Slake Technology Ltd.

234 Attweli Drive, Toronto, ON M9W 5B3 (416)675-3820 Fax:(416)674-5129

Contact: Tom Langstatf, Area Sales Manager

FECAL

407 Parkside Drive, Waterdown, ON LOR 2H0

BW TECHNOLOGIES

(905)689-6661,(888)689-6661 Fax:(905)689-0485

2840 - 2nd Avenue S.E., Calgary, AB T2A 7X9 (800)663-4164 Fax:(403)248-9226

E-maii: dshaw@bei.ca Web site: www.bei.ca

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C&H Envifonmenfal Tectinotogies Inc.

CANADIAN GENERAL STANDARDS BOARD

CEILCOTE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL

11 Laurier, Place du Portage, Phase ill, 6B3, Hull, QC K1A 1G6 (819)956-4033 Fax:(819)956-8299

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

Contact: Anna Sdao

C&M ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

CANADIAN SAFETY EQUIPMENT INC.

131 Whitmore Rd., #13, \A/oodbridge, ON L4L6E4 (905)850-3904 Fax:(905)850-3981

CEILCOTE CORROSION CONTROU

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

SGL ACOTEC, INC. 15259 Argyll Road, Georgetown, ON L7G 5N8 (877)212-3665 Fax:(905)877-0085 Contact: Dave Ormiston, Regional Mgr., Canada

Web site: www.cmeti.com

Contacts: Rob Anderson, E-maii: rob@cmeti.com Blake Tonogai, E-mail: blake@cmeti.com Larry Madden, E-mail: iarry@cmeti.com Equipment and systems for water and wastewater

treatment. Canadian distributor for Marsh-McBirney flow meters. Aeration systems, replacement diffuser membranes, belt presses, clarifiers, DAP, digester covers and mixers, package water and wastewater plants, SBR,flow studies.

CENTENNIAL CONCRETE PIPE & PRODUCTS INC.

UzAM INSTRUMENTS LTD.

CAN-AM INSTRUMENTS LTD.

2851 Brighton Road, Oakvilie, ON L6H 6C9 (905)829-0030 Fax:(905)829-4701

RR#2, Cambridge, ON N1R 583 (519)622-7574 Fax:(519)621-8233 Contact: Leo Stettier, General Sales Manager

E-maii: reeves@can-am.net Web site: www.can-am.net

CENTRE NATIONAL EN ELECTROCHIMIE

2263 Avenue Du College, Shawinigan, QC G9N 6V8 (819)539-8508 Fax:(819)539-8880 Contact: Martin Girard, R&D Director

240 Edward Street, Aurora, ON L4G 3S9

Contact: Mark Reeves, President Can-Am provides sales, rental and sen/ice on envi ronmental monitoring equipment, samplers, flowmeters, oil/water monitors, separators, TOC, BOD, COD monitors, and gas detection.

(905)841-6472 Fax:(905)841-5078 Contact: Joanne Gordon, Marketing Manager

CANATECH ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS INC.

CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC (CANADA) CORP 11564 149 Street, Edmonton, AB T5M 1W7 (780)454-2505 Fax:(780)454-2655 CANADA LAW BOOK

m

ET TECH ENV

5-131 Saunders Road, Barrie, ON L4N 9A7 (705)728-7886 Fax:(705)728-8476 Contact: Rick Haynes

CENTURY GROUP INC.

P.O. Box 228, Sulphur, LA 70664-0228 USA (800)527-5232 Fax:(337)527-8028 Contact: Rusty Vincent, Secretary/Treasurer

CHEmetries

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CANADA UNLIMITED INC.

Municti Trade Fairs Canada, IFAT 2002 1243 Islington Avenue,#607,Toronto, ON M8X 1Y9 (416)237-9939 Fax:(416)237-9920 E-maii: bmertens@on.aibn.com Web site: www.canada-unlimited.com

Contact: Brigitte Mertens, President and Owner Experience the future now at the world's largest trade fair tor waste disposal and the environment. CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL

HEALTH & SAFETY (CCOHS) 250 Main Street East, Hamilton, ON L8N 1H6

(800)668-4284,(905)572-2981 Fax:(905)572-2206 Contact: Eleanor irwin. Mgr., Mktg., Sales & Comm.

CANCOPPAS LIMITED

2595 Dunwin Drive, #2, Mississauga, ON L5L3N9 (800)595-0514,(905)569-6246 Fax:(905)569-6244 E-maii: controis@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, blanket moni toring, pH monitoring and control, residual chlorine, wastewater samplers, sludge samplers, gas sam. pling pumps, gas detection, and complete level and flow monitoring.

CHEMETRICS, INC. Route 28, Caiverton, VA20138 USA (800)356-3072,(540)788-9026 Fax:(540)788-4856 E-mail: prodinto@chemetrics.com Web site: www.chemetrics.com

Contact: Pamela Zarha, Marketing Manager CHEMetrics, inc. manufactures visual and instru mental water analysis test kits, as well as instru mentation tor use in environmental, municipal, in dustrial, and educational applications. CHEMetrics' portable kits otter quality, cost-effective water analy sis tor lab and field testing. CHEMetrics also otters a Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) in soil test kit, approved by the EPA (tor remediation).

CAN-ROSS ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD.

CANADIAN

2270 South Service Road W., Oakvilie, ON L6L5M9 (905)847-7190 Fax:(905)847-7175

CHEMLINE

Contact: Alison Wyers, Marketing Coordinator

o Plastics Limited

CANADIAN ENVIRO-COURSES LTD.

CAPITAL CONTROLS COMPANY, INC.

CHEMLINE PLASTICS LIMITED

31 Ridge Valley Drive, Bracebridge, ON P1L1L3 (705)645-9570 Fax:(705)645-9570

3000 Advance Lane, Coimar, PA 18915 USA

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

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

SNVm-COUDSES LTD.

E-maii: into@chemiine.com

E-mail: cdnenvro@muskoka.com Web site: www.cecourses.on.ca

Contact: Dave Durant, President Safety workshops and seminars on chiorination and disinfection using chlorine gas or sodium hypochiorite; hydrogen sulphide safety, WHMiS, water main disinfection, and anhydrous ammonia safety seminars.

'» C a a:i^i a n Environmental

Web site: www.chemline.com

Chemiine stocks manual and actuated valves, strain ers, tiowmeters and controls ail made of corrosion

CAREER ADVANCEMENT EMPLOYMENT SERVICES INC.

#200-522 BurlingtonAve., Burlington, ON L7S IRS (905)681-8240 Fax:(905)639-4601

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL.COM

E-maii: editor@CanadianEnvironmentai.com Web site: www.CanadianEnvironmentai.com

Contact: Laura Griffin, 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.

Visit www.CanadianEnvironmentai.com - a tree on

line Resource Centre tor professionals who handle environmental issues related to industry. Features

445 - 21 St Avenue, Lachine, QC H8S 3T8

of the site include access to environmental infor

(514)637-4631 Fax:(514)637-8804

mation and news, links to environmental legislation, an environmental product and service directory, the most comprehensive environmental job board in Canada, a monthly environmental newsletter, a na tional calendar of events and training, a discussion

Contact: E.W. Robins, President

forum, and more.

iandtilis, etc.

E-maii: into@careeradvancement.on.ca Web site: www.careeradvancement.on.ca

Contact: Jim Giichrist, President

2342 Munn's Avenue, Oakvilie, ON L6H 6G9 (905)257-1119 Fax:(905)257-0119

resistant solid thermoplastics; PP and PVDF pipe, fittings, and fusion equipment; Teflon tubing, fittings and valves. Fiowmeters are variable area and pad dle wheel type including instruments. Application areas include waste and water treatment plants,

CARTIER CHEMICALS LTD.

J:hemtrac CHEMTRAC SYSTEMS, INC. 6991 Peachtree industrial Blvd., Bidg. 600, Norcross, GA 30092 USA (770)449-6233 Fax: (770)447-0889 Contact: Camiio Denbrok

Since 1985, Chemtrac Systems inc. has been a leading manufacturer of process monitoring and control instruments used in water, wastewater, and other industrial processes. However, the compa ny's reputation and growth has been built around one mission -"RESULTS tor the customer". This

CARDS CHEMICAL COMPANY

315 Fifth Street, Peru, IL 61354 USA

(800)435-6856 Fax:(815)224-6697 Contact: Phil Veiia, Market Manager

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COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CANADA INC.

USA (561)288-4854 Fax:(561)287-3238

6400 Northwest Drive, Misslssauga, ON L4V 1K1 (800)387-4628,(905)678-3707 Fax;(905)678-0898 E-mali; gord_thompson@coipal.com Web site; www.colgate.ca/javex Contact; Pat Harris, National Business Manager

E-maii: ctilorinc@aol.com

Javex-12 tor water disinfection, wastewater treat

2002 S. WestAvenue, Waukesha, Wl, 53189 USA (262)542-8153 Fax:(262)542-0301

Web site: www.regalctilorinators.com Contact: Ron Grage, Special Projects Director It/lanutacturers ot Regai^"" gas chiorinators, suiphonators, ammoniators, vacuum monitors, gas detec tors, duai cyiinder scales and ttie Smartvalve™ tor flow pacing ctilorine or sulphur dioxide tor the water and wastewater disinfection industry. For over 26 years, Chiorinators Incorporated has been the es tablished quality leader with the ail vacuum direct cyiinder mounted system.

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

Web site: www.cretexseals.com

CHLORINATORS INCORPORATED

1044 S.E. Dixie Cutoff Road, Stuart, FL 34994-3436

COLUMBIA GEOSYSTEMS LTD.

1415 - 28th Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2A 2P6 (403)273-5152 Fax;(403)235-6864 Contact; Pat Donahoe, VP, General Manager COLUMBIAN TECTANK

P.O. Box 2907, Kansas City, KS 66110-2907 USA (913)621-3700 Fax;(913)621-2145 Contact; Jerry Biritz, Sales Engineer

CRETEX SPECIALTY PRODUCTS

E-mali: ddrlscoll@cretexseais.com

Contact: Dan Driscoil, VP, General Manager Cretex Chimney Seals, which seal the frame chim ney area ot both existing and newly constructed manholes, reduce surcharging/bypassing and lower pumping and treatment costs In a sanitary sewer system. In storm sewer systems, Cretex Chimney Seals provide protection from infiltration ot surround ing soil which in turn, can undermine pavements.

CHL TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

CULTEC, INC.

45 Highland Road W., Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2T7 (905)573-8854 Fax:(905)573-9972

P.O. Box 280, 878 Federal Road, Brooktield, CT 06804 USA (203)775-4416 Fax:(203)775-1462 Contact: Robert DiTulllo, Sr., CEO

o

Contact: Jim Robinson

CLAMEX ENVIRONMENT INC.

584, Route Kennedy, C.P. 44, PIntendre, QC G6C 1R8 (418)837-1444 Fax:(418)837-7723 Contact: Joei Deschenes, VIce-President CLA-VAL CANADA LTD.

4687 Christie Drive, Beamsvilie, ON LOR 1B4 (905)563-4963 Fax:(905)563-4040 Contact: Fred Morton, General Manager

CIGI S

D&E WHOLESALE LTD.

CON CAST PIPE CON CAST PIPE

299 Brock Road S., R.R.#3, Guelph, ON N1H 6H9 (519)763-8655 Fax:(519)763-1956 Contact: Derek Guberney, Sales & Marketing Mgr. Con Cast Pipe pours pride and quality Into all our products - pipe, maintenance holes, box units. Con/ Span systems, and other quality products. We con tinue to push precast technology, delivering inno vation with fast service and competitive prices. Count on It. Visit www.concastplpe.com tor more Information. CONSOLIDATED GIROUX

CLEAN GAS SYSTEMS, INC. 160-2 Remington Blvd., Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 USA (631)467-1600 Fax:(631)467-1688 E-mail: cgscgs@aoi.com Web Site: www.cgscgs.com Contact: Anil M. Shah, President

Design, engineer, manufacture and service air pol lution control systems and equipment. Product line includes: single twin and quad cyclones; centrifu gal, dynamic, multi-venturi, conventional scrubbers; gas absorbers; oil mist, fume, smoke and mist col lectors; wet electrostatic precipitators; rotary gates; trickle valves and dump gates. Decades ot total system experience. Licensees and representatives throughout the US, Canada and major countries, worldwide.

ENVIRONMENT INC.

11 Reid Street, Box 2043, Chario, NB E8E 2W8

(506)684-5821 Fax:(506)684-1915 Contact: Noeila Russell, Secretary CONTROL MICROSYSTEMS

28 Steacie Drive, Kanata, ON K2K 2A9

7480 Bath Road, Misslssauga, ON L4T 1L2 (905)612-0566 Fax:(905)612-0575 Your "One Stop Shop" tor water treatment chemi cals, chemical handling equipment, plus laboratory and process instrumentation. With facilities in all major centers from Vancouver to Toronto, and In dustry partners such as Hach, Onedo Naico, Bayer, FMC, Fioran, Chiorinators Inc., and Spencer Tur bine, ClearTech is equipped to respond to the water professionals' needs.

DAGEX INC.

4141 Yonge Street, #307, Toronto, ON M2P 2A8 (800)665-7136,(416)250-7111 Fax:(416)250-8111 E-mali: lnto@dagex.ca Web site: www.dagex.ca Contact: Monlque D. Bates, Director Distributor ot tine screenlng/tlltration/classlticatlon/ dewatering equipment. Servicing municipal/indus trial food sectors. Products: Step Screen™, Rotomat®, Coanda Grit Washing, Screw Press by HUBER; Filter Presses by NETZSCH; Solids Con trol by DERRICK, Decanter Centrifuges; Toveko SandFiiter™, FIBAX Fliter by ORGANO; Spin Clean® Filters by API; Backwashable MicroFilter™ by ESCO. DANATEC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LTD.

CONTROLOTRON CORPORATION

1410 - 800 6th Avenue S.W., Calgary, AB T2P 3G3 (800)465-3366 Fax;(403)232-6952

155 Plant Avenue, Hauppauge, NY 11787 USA (631)231-3600 Fax:(631)231-3334

Contact; Ron Martin, President

Contact: John Trotatter, Vice President

DANFOSS DRIVES

CONVAULT, INC. 4109 Zeering Road, Denair, CA 95316 USA (209)632-7571 Fax:(209)632-4711 Contact: David Harris, VP, Marketing

4401 Bell School Road, Loves Park, IL 61111 USA (800)432-6367,(815)639-8600 Fax:(815)639-8000 Contact: Jeff Duncan, Marketing Manager

Division of Danfoss Inc.

Davis Controls

WATERMAIN LTD.

ClearTech

:>I(DAGEX INC.

(613)591-1943 Fax:(613)591-1022 Contact: Steve Poiley, VP, Sales & Marketing

CORM CONSTRUCTION SEWER &

CLEARTECH INDUSTRIES INC.

23184 Eraser Highway, Langley, BC V2Z 2V1 (800)900-2220,(604)534-3168 Fax:(604)534-5522 Contact: John Fahr, Sales Representative

165 Artesian industrial Parkway, P.O. Box 1090, Bradford, ON L3Z 2B5

DAVIS CONTROLS LTD.

(905)775-2761 Fax:(905)775-9459 Contact: Stephen Mitchell, President

2200 Bristol Circle, Oakvilie, ON L6H 5R3

(905)829-2000 Fax:(905)829-2630

CORNELL PUMP COMPANY

Web site: www.daviscontrols.com

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

Contact: Barbara Smith, Executive Assistant

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

Controls and instruments: level, flow, pressure, tem perature, dissolved oxygen, programmable control lers, operator Interfaces and drives.

E-mali: into@davlscontrols.com

CORRPRO CANADA INC.

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

Davnor 4

CRECHEM TECHNOLOGIES INC.

TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

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

4007-23 Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 6T3 (403)219-3363 Fax:(403)219-3373

DAVNOR WATER TREATMENT CLEMMER TECHNOLOGIES INC.

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

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

E-mali: davnorinto@davnor.com Web site: www.davnor.com

CLOW CANADA

CRESTECH

1757 Burlington St. E., P.O. Box 2849, Hamilton, ON L8N 3R5 (905)548-9604 Fax:(905)548-6885

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

Contact: Dan Ferraro

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Contact: Michael Insole, Sales Manager Davnor manufactures and distributes the patented BloSand Water Filters. Flows range from 20 to 38,000 litres per hour and can be manually or auto-

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers matically operated. BioSand water filters are effec

tive in removing iron (iron bacteria), H^S, manga

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

ECODYNE LIMITED

any time, with "as new" results. An excellent corro

4475 Corporate Drive, Burlington, ON L7L 5T9 (905)332-1404 Fax:(905)332-6726 Contact: Paul Kitchen, General Sales Manager

toxins.

sion resistant, low-cost, tankage system, for stor age of any potable water or wastewater applications.

ECO ETHIC INC.

DEAN PUMP

DPIC COMPANIES

Division of Mat-Pro Corporation 6040 Gulon Road, P.O. Box 68172, Indianapolis, IN

155 University Avenue,#702,Toronto, ON M5H 3B7 (800)820-2721 Fax:(416)363-4517

nese, giardia cysts, cryptosporidia oocysfs, ottier water-borne parasites, bacteria, viruses, small par ticles (silt, clay and organic), colour, foul taste, and

R.R. #2, Sunderland, ON L0C1H0

(888)436-3996 Fax:(705)357-9971 Contact: Robert Davis, President ECOFLO

46268-0172 USA

(317)293-2930 Fax:(317)297-7028

Contact: Ed IVlurphy, Sales Manager

Denso DENSO NORTH AMERICA INC.

DTE INDUSTRIES LIMITED

69 Comstock Road, Scarborough, ON M1L2G9 (416)757-6278 Fax:(416)757-5579 DUALL DIVISION

1550 Industrial Drive, Owosso, Ml 48867 USA

(517)725-8184 Fax:(517)725-8188 Contact: Robert J. Telch, Sales Manager

90 Ironside Crescent, #12, Toronto, ON MIX 1M3 (416)291-3435 Eax:(416)291-0898

DUPONT CANADA INC.

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

P.O. Box 2200, Stn. Streetsvllle, MIssissauga, ON L5M 2H3 (905)821-3300 Eax:(905)821-5177

Contact: Blair Slessor, Regional Sales Manager Denso - the global leader in corrosion prevention for over 117 years. Denso offers the highest qual ity, most economical, long-term corrosion protection for ail above and below ground metal surfaces. The Denso petrolatum tape system consists of Denso paste as an Initial corrosion Inhibitor, Denso mastic fillers to eliminate localized corrosion cells, Denso petrolatum tape as the long-term corrosion barrier. The Denso system requires only minimum surface preparation. Is ready for Immediate service after application, VOC free, environmentally responsible and maintenance free. For superior quality and proven corrosion prevention systems that work, the answer Is Denso! DERRICK CORPORATION

590 Duke Road, Buffalo, NY 14225 USA

2450 Lancaster Road, #27, Ottawa, ON K1B 5N3

(613)738-2991 Fax:(613)738-0092 Contact: Philippe Masuy, President ECOLOG INFORMATION RESOURCES GROUP

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

(416)442-2185 Eax:(416)442-2204 E-mail: tiafham ©corporate.southam.ca Web site: www.erls.ca

Contact: Todd Latham, General Manager ECOLO® ODOR CONTROL SYSTEMS

59 Penn Drive, Toronto, ON M9L 2A6

DYNASONKS

(416)740-3900 Eax:(416)740-3800 Contact: Ian Howard, Executive Vice President

DYNASONICS Division of Racine Federated inc.

ECOVAULT (CONCRETE SOLUTIONS)

2200 South Street, Racine, Wl 53404 USA

58 California Road, Rexton, NB E4W 1W8

(800)535-3569,(262)639-6770 Fax:(262)639-2267

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

E-mail: dynasonics_sales@raclnefecl.com Web site: www.dynasonlcs.com

Contact: Jim Mitchell, National Sales Manager Manufacturer of transit time and Doppler ultrasonic flow meters, as well as Insertion magnetic flow me ters. Reliable and cost-effective, Dynasonlcs flow meters are designed to withstand the harshest en vironments, yet they are easy to Install and oper ate. Flow solutions for clean or dirty liquids, pipe diameters from 0.25" to 100.0".

ECO WASTE SOLUTIONS INC.

5195 Harvester Road, #6, Burlington, ON L7L 6E9 (905)634-7022 Fax:(905)634-0831 Contact: Lucy Casacia, President EFD SOLUTIONS INC.

201 Old Orchard, R.R. #1, Bath, ON KOH 1G0 (613)352-5115 Fax:(613)352-5978 Contact: Dave Clark, President

(716)683-9010 Fax:(716)683-4991 DETOX ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

322 Bennett Road, Bowmanvilie, ON L1C 3Z2

(905)623-1367 Eax:(905)623-5494 Contact: Randy Duffy, Sales DIRECTRIK INC.

1011 Haultain Ct., #9, MIssissauga, ON L4W 1W1 (905)625-1814 Fax:(905)625-8978 Contact: Sam Directo, General Manager

EAGLEBROOK® ncjl INC. OF CANADA EAGLEBROOK, INC. OF CANADA 3405 Marie Victoria Blvd., Varennes, QC J3X 1P7 (800)465-6171 Fax:(450)652-7343

DIVERSE PLASTIC TANKS INC.

^ DONSON

ELEMENTAL CONTROLS LIMITED

Contact: Manuel Moreau, Canadian Sales Manager

3230 Wharton Way, MIssissauga, ON L4X 2C1 (905)282-9974 Fax:(905)282-9519

Iron and aluminum-based chemicals for water and

Contact: Keith Grattan

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 States.

14-3105 Unity Drive, MIssissauga, ON L5L 4L2 (905)607-5189 Eax:(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.

EIMCO PROCESS EQUIPMENT COMPANY

5155 Creekbank Road, MIssissauga, ON L4W 1X2 (905)625-6821 Fax:(905)625-3519 Contact: Andre Osborne, Municipal Sales Manager

EAGLEBROOK, INC.

4801 Southwick Dr., #200, Matteson, IL60443 USA (800)428-3311 Fax:(708)747-3278

ELMRIDGE ENGINEERING INC.

3625 Weston Road, #15, Weston, ON M9L 1V9

(416)749-7730 Fax:(416)749-2550 Contact: Strachan Bowen EMSL-BUFFALO

490 Rowley Road, Depew, NY 14043 USA (800)220-3675 Fax:(856)858-4766 Contact: Ellen Podell, Regional Account Rep.

Contact: Steven Tenny, Marketing Manager

Endress+Hauser EARTH (CANADA) CORPORATION

4

The Power of Know How

1210 Rue St-Antoine Est, Montreal, QC H2L 2R1

(514)522-5550 Fax:(514)522-2643 Contact: M.J. Plebon, Vice President, Sales

E€I1EL

ENDRESS -I- HAUSER

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

Contact: Jean Rivers, Mgr., Marketing Services Established in 1953, E-rH Is a worldwide manufac

NDISE CDNTROL TECHNOLOGIES

turer of instrumentation for the water and wastewater

J m ENGINEERING &

ECKEL INDUSTRIES OF CANADA LIMITED

1 m CONTRACTING

P.O. Box 776, 15 Allison Avenue, Morrlsburg, ON KOC 1X0 (800)563-3574,(613)543-2967 Fax:(613)543-4173

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.

LIMITED DONSON ENGINEERING & CONTRACTING

Contact: Bruce Allan, Product Sales

LIMITED

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.

191 Booth Road, North Bay, ON P1A4K3 (705)474-4759 Fax;(705)474-9041 E-mail: camg@donson.com Contact: Cameron Gray, Project Development Donson offers the premier Permastore tankage sys tem with three different glass coating systems avail

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ENGINEERED STORAGE PRODUCTS COMPANY

345 Harvestore Drive, DeKaib, IL 60115 USA

(815)756-1551 Fax:(815)756-7821 Contact: Kendall Smith, Director, Liquid Sales 83


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers ENVIROCAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT COMPANY LTD.

26 McCauley Drive, Bolton, ON L7E 5R8 (905)880-2418 Fax:(905)880-2327 Contact: Chet Karpowicz, President

ENVIROGEN biofliters; EPIC archimedes pumps; FRANKLINcomminutors; DAFs; Flumes; MABAREX grit removal; OLYMPUS digester covers (steel and

FRP); PCI-WEDECO ozonation systems; ROBERTS FILTERS potable water underdrains and sandfilters; SBRs; UNISORB odour control (GAC); Package

plants; Membrane package plants; WATSONMARLOW peristaltic tiosepumps; WEDECO UV dis

innovative and proven solutions in the treatment of process water, wastewater and groundwater. Our product line includes activated carbon, self-cieanIng backfiushabie filters, self indexing filters, bag fil ters, coalescers for oily water separation, and NANO, RO membrane filtration. We custom build turn-key water treatment systems based on your requirements.

infection; WTP EQUIPMENT CORP. bar screens,

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS

286 Mask Island Drive, Barry's Bay, ON KOJ 1B0 (800)427-8591,(613)756-0101 Fax:(613)756-0909 E-mail: lnfo@enviro-analytical.com Web site: www.Enviro-Analytical.com Contact: Nigel Newing, Manager Environmental Analytical Systems Is a Canadian

compactors,conveyors, and screenings leveling bins.

FLEX-KLEEN

EPCOR WATER SERVICES

Division of Met-Pro Corporation 955 Hawthorn Drive, itasca, IL 60143, USA (630)775-0707 Fax:(630)875-3212 Contact: Carrie Tepper, Sales Manager

12260 VIckers Way, Richmond, BC V6V 1H9 (604)270-9236 Fax:(604)270-3851 Contact; John Salnas, Bus. Development Manager

FLEXO PRODUCTS LIMITED EXCELTEC INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION

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

50 Norfinch Drive, Toronto, ON M3N 1X1 (800)263-2540 Fax:(905)354-1301 Contact: Kim MacLeod, Systems Integrator

owned full service environmental instrumentation

FLOVAL EQUIPMENT LTD.

supplier. Products Include: water quality monitors Including single parameter sensors/monitors, as well as multi-parameter sensors, on-line analyzers,flow meter and samplers. Complete gas emissions moni toring and meteorological systems. We can com bine any of ttiese Instruments for turn key operation including radio, cellular and satellite telemetry. We offer a complete line of Occupational Healtfi and Safety Instruments including fieat stress, sound level meters/dosimeters, dust monitors and personal gas protection.

250 Rayette Road, Unit 1, Concord, ON L4K 2G6 (800)387-3784,(905)669-4500 Fax:(905)669-4905

ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMICS, INC.

5601 Paris Road, Columbia, MO 65202 USA (573)474-9456 Fax:(573)474-6988 Contact: Randy Cfiann, Executive Vice President ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS INC.

4278 Greenbank Road, Ottawa (Nepean), ON K2C3H2 (613)692-7808 Fax:(613)692-7812 Contact: Paul Hubiey, Manager

Contact: Bruce Hill, Sales

FABGROUPS TECHNOLOGIES INC.

1100 Saint Amour, Saint Laurent, QC H4S 1J2 (514)331-3712 Fax:(514)331-5656 E-mail: tmulhern@fabgroups.com Web site: www.fabgroups.com Contact; Ted Mulhern, Director, Marketing An efficient, robust and safe sludge treatment proc ess Is now available. Plasma-assisted sludge oxi dation was developed by Hydro Quebec to process organic waste from wastewater treatment plants, pulp and paper mills, and agribusiness. Plants will be able to reduce their waste volume by 95% while consuming less than 100 kWh per wet tonne of sludge.

8529 Lafrenale, Montreal, QC HIP 2B3 (514)326-8852 Fax:(514)326-8961 Contact: Angeio Diadeifo, Technical Advisor ENVIRO RENTALS

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

6448 South island Hwy., P.O. Box 384, Union Bay, BC VOR 3B0 (250)335-9048 Fax:(250)335-9068

2816 West First Street, Cedar Fails, lA 50613 USA (319)266-9967 Fax:(319)277-6034 E-mali: fluldyne@cfu.net Web site: www.fiuldynecorp.com Contact: Eric Mandt

Fluldyns's ISAM™ (Integrated Surge-Anoxic Mix) wastewater treatment system produces the highest quality water, meeting the strictest effluent stand ards while minimizing sludge production (65% less than conventional plants). See what Canadian municipalities and industries, including Chapman's Ice Cream, Bacardi, McCain's Food and Suncor

have already discovered.

FABRICATED PLASTICS LIMITED

ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION EQUIPMENT INC.

FLUIDYME FLUIDYNE CORPORATION

2175 Teston Road, Maple, QN L6A1T3 (905)832-8161 Fax:(905)832-2111 Contact: Greg Landry, Vice President, Sales

FLUORESCENT LAMP RECYCLERS INC.

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

F.B. LEOPOLD COMPANY, INC.

227 South Division Street, Zelienople, PA 16063 USA (724)452-6300 Fax:(724)452-1377 Contact: Carol Sosak, Marketing Coordinator F.E. MYERS

Environmental Group Inc.

269 Trillium Drive, Kitchener, ON N2G 4W5

(519)748-5470 Fax:(519)748-2553

FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP INC.

Contact: Ian MacKinnon

5360 South Service Road, Burlington, ON L7L 5L1 (905)690-7638 Fax:(905)690-7639

Contact: Russ Hebblethwaite, President FIELDING CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Contact: Robert Freeman, Vice-President

ENVIROZONE TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 1371 Oakland Blvd., #303, Walnut Creek, CA 94596

839 Central Parkway W., MIsslssauga, ON L5C2V9 (888)873-2524 Fax:(905)279-4130

USA (925)945-6088 Fax:(925)945-6089

Contact: Karen Kucharew, Technical Services

Focus Environmental Group inc. provides clientele with professional, full service environmental con tracting services to suit site-speclfic project needs. Including: Waste management (soli, C&D, liquid); tank removal and disposal, TSSA Ontario licenced, TSSA PM1, PM2, PM3 certified personnel; soil/ groundwater remediation expertise; site/plant-facllIty decommissioning; environmental restoration.

Contact: Rail M. Saiem, President/CFO ENVISTA TECHNOLOGIES

201 -116 Research Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 3R3

(306)657-4232 Fax:(306)657-4248 FILCHEM INC.

.enY.

FOLIO INSTRUMENTS INC.

#22 - 1225 Gorham St., Newmarket, ON L3Y 7V1

262 Manitou Drive, #3, Kitchener, ON N2C 1L3

(905)853-1363 Fax:(905)853-2334

(519)748-4612 Fax:(519)748-1535 Contact: Gordon Howes, VP, Sales and Marketing

E-mali: Saies@flichem.com

Contact: Steve Benner, President ENV TREATMENT SYSTEMS INC.

70 High Street, Etoblcoke, ON M8Y 3N9 (416)503-7639 Fax:(416)503-8925 E-mali: 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); ASHBROOK sludge dewatering presses; BRACKETT GREEN traveling water screens; CARTER plunger pumps; CDS stormwater and CSO

Filter equipment, filter media and fabrics for Indus trial and municipal air and liquid filtration; including anthracite, activated carbon, filter aids, belts, bags, media, non woven and woven media.

FORD HALL COMPANY, INC. P.O. Box 54312, Lexington, KY 40555 USA (859)624-1077 Fax:(859)624-3320 Contact: Scott Perry, National Sales Director

FILTER INNOVATIONS INC.

FORESTRY SUPPLIERS, INC.

744 Gordon Baker Road, Toronto, ON M2H 3B4

205 West Rankin St., P.O. Box 8397, Jackson, MS 39284 USA (601)354-3565 Fax:(601)355-5126 Contact: Clay Walker, Project Manager

(416)490-7848 Fax:(416)490-0974 E-mali:

inquiries ©fiiterlnnovations.com

FRED CRESSMAN SALES INC.

control; CENTF3AFL0 continuous backwash

Web site: www.fiiterlnnovatlons.com

264 Sunview Street, Waterloo, ON N2L 3V9

sandfilters; CENTRISTS centrifuges; Ciarlfiers(NRG/ JEFFREY rectangular and HI-TECH circular);

Contact: John Dragasevlch, Pres. Filter Innovations Inc. offers simple.

(519)884-3225 Fax;(519)884-1326

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Contact: Fred Cressman, President

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers FRONTENAC ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

G.E.T. INDUSTRIES INC.

6 Bram Court, Brampton, ON L6W 3R6 (905) 457-5145 Fax:(905)457-1730

P.O. Box 640, Brampton, ON L6V 2L6 (905)451-9900 Fax:(905)451-5376

Greenland

Contact: W. David Martin

FYBROC, Division of Met-Pro Corporation 700 Emien Way, Telford, PA 18969 USA (215)723-8155 Fax:(215)723-2197 Contact: Ed Murphy, Sales Manager

GLI INTERNATIONAL, INC. 9020 West Dean Rd., Milwaukee, Wl 53224 USA (414)355-3601 Fax:(414)355-8346

GARY STEADY DISMANTLING LTD.

P.O. Box 188, Colborne, ON KOK ISO (905)355-3046 Fax:(905)355-5480 Contact: Yvon Gauthier, Sales Manager GATOR INTERNATIONAL

113-437 Martin Street, #212, Penticton, BC V2A 5L1

(250)493-3635, Fax:(250)493-9347 Contact: W.N. Gary, C.E.O.

GDT WATER PROCESS CORPORATION

20805 N. 19th Avenue,#1, Phoenix,AZ85255 USA (623)587-8858 Fax:(623)587-1511 E-mail: info@gdt-h2o.com Web site: www.gdt-h2o.com Contact: Jim Jackson, Regionai Manager GDT speciaiizes in gas/liquid mass transfer for wafer and wastewater treatment. Appiications in

GL&V/DORR-OLIVER CANADA INC.

174 West Street South, Oriliia, ON L3V 6L4

(705)325-6181 Fax:(705)325-2347 E-mail: ken.smith@glv.com Web site: www.glv.com Contacts: Ken Smith, Manager, Env.& Thermal Div. Brian Burreil, Saies Rep., Environmental Div. Innovators of wafer and wastewater machinery worldwide since 1920. Launder/weir cleaners, bar screens. Degritting systems (hydrocyclones, detritors, screw and rake classifiers), Clarifiers (pri mary,secondary, RSR, pretreators, reactor, ciariflocculator, travelling bridges). Sludge thickeners, sludge thickening pumps, digester domes (fixed, floating), digester mixers, sludge incinerators, field services and 24/7 parts hotline. GLOBAL WATER

11257 Coioma Road, Gold River, CA 95670 USA

(916)638-3429 Fax:(916)638-3270

clude: ozone treatment for oxidation and disinfec

tion, and oxygen transfer for biologicai digestion and odour control. GDT also provides stripping systems. GORMAN-RUPP GEMTECK ENVIRONMENTAL SOFTWARE LTD.

PUMPS

400-1285 West Render St., Vancouver, BC V6E 4B1

(604)408-7304 Fax:(604)684-3541 Contact: Howard Adam, VP, Saies & Marketing

CORPORATION GREENLAND CORPORATION

7016-30 Street S.E., Calgary, AB T2C 1N9 (403)720-7044 Fax:(403)720-4951 E-mail: grld@teiusplanet.net Web site: www.greenpluslubes.com Contact: Robert Coak, Product Mgr., Lubricants Greenland Corporation is the leading manufacturer of environmentally-safe vegetable oil-based indus trial lubricants. Products include hydraulic fluids, gear oils, and line shaft turbine oil. These products reduce your environmental liability and are ideal to include in your ISO 14001 certification.

Communications GREENOAKS COMMUNiCATIONS

84 Oak Avenue, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 6R7

(905)889-1987 Fax:(905)889-1987 E-maii: greenoakscom@rogers.com Web site: www.greenoaks.ca Contact: Vic Wilensky, President 'Specialists in promotion for the consulting engineer ing industry for 20 years.' GreenOaks Communicafions provides marketing strategy, creative solutions, knowledgeable oounsel and quality corporate com munications. All with the singular goal of projeoting your firm as the preferred choice in your areas of expertise. Corporate Image•Strategic Marketing • Graphic Design.

GORMAN-RUPP OF CANADA LIMITED

70 Burweil Road, St. Thomas, ON N5P 3R7

(519)631-2870 Fax:(519)631-4624

Contact: Lionel Roux, Mgr., Engineered Systems

GENEQ inc. GENEQ INC.

8047 Jarry Street E., Montreal, QC H1J 1H6 (514)354-2511 Fax:(514)354-6948 E-mail: info@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.

Manufacturers of quality pumping systems since 1933. Our self-priming centrifugal T Series pumps were infroduced 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 paokaged 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.

GREEN TURTLE TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

12 Madison Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 2S1

(877)966-9444 Fax:(416)966-3439 Web site: www.greenturtietech.com Contact: Paul Champigny Green Turtle Technologies markets, manufactures and represents economical industrial process wastewater treatment equipment, specifically designed to comply with today's regulations, while providing a quick payback on investment. We excel in food, metal, part, auto, hydro, commercial and institutional facilities, and other industries.

GOWLING, LAFLEUR & HENDERSON LLP GENERAL CARBON CORP.

744 Gordon Baker Rd., North York, ON M2H 3B4

(800)269-3445 Fax:(416)490-0974

o

#5800, Scotia Piaza, 40 King St. W., Toronto, ON M5H 3Z7 (416)862-4300 Fax:(416)369-7250 Contact: Harry Dahme, Partner

GREENWARE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS INC.

GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP

GREENWARE ENVIRONMENTAL

56 Pennsylvania Ave., #2, Concord, ON L4K 3V9 (905)454-3511 Fax:(905)454-2811 Contact: Frank Apollinaro, Sales

Gescan

SYSTEMS INC.

GREATARIO ENGINEERED STORAGE

145 King Street East, #200,Toronto, ON M5C 2Y8 (800)474-0627,(416)363-5577 Fax;(416)367-2653 E-mail: greeninfo@greenware.com Web site: www.greenware.com Contact: Carine Seider, Account Services Manager

GESCAN

SYSTEMS

GreenWare's ISO 14000 software series allows

Division of Sonepar Distribution Inc. 95 Raglin Road, Cambridge, ON NIT 1X9 (519)624-8963 Fax:(519)624-9013 E-mail: keith.gilbank@sonepardis.oa Web site: www.gescan.com Contact: Keith Gilbank, Sales Manager

companies to assess, implement and audit an EMS. With the Performance Software series, companies can manage and report on their environmental per formance and greenhouse gas emissions. The new GreenWare Auditor software allows auditors to per form a wide range of audits, including compliance

water industry whether for the OEM, end-user, or

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.greatario.oom Contact: Steve Gregory, Vice President Greatario provides complete storage and mixing systems for potable and wastewater applications. Aquastore tanks from Engineered Storage Products, Inc.; JetMix Vortex Mixing Systems for both new and existing biosoiids and digester tanks;Temcor flat and geodesic aluminum covers for new and existing steel

contractor.

or concrete tanks.

GESCAN,a national and full line electrical distribu

tor, is a preferred electrical product supplier to in dustrial businesses and electrical professionals, and an invaluable consultant in the water and waste-

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and ISO 9000 audits. GROUPE CONSEIL GENIVAR

5355 boul des Gradins, Quebec, QC G2J 1C8

(418)623-2254 Fax:(418)623-2434 Contact: Marc Marin, Project Manager 85


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers 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

(519)451-3100 Fax:(519)451-3102 Contact: David Hassan, President HAYWARD GORDON LTD.

6660 Campobeilo Road, Mississauga, ON L5N 2L9 (905)567-6116 Fax:(905)567-1706 Contact: Brent McConomy, Ontario Sales Mgr.

organizations woridwide. HERON INSTRUMENTS INC.

IDFOS* V\

2281 Lakeshore Road, Burlington, ON L7R 181 (800)331-2032,(905)634-4449 Fax:(905)634-9657

GSI ENVIRONMENT INC.

855 Pepin Street, Sherbrooke, QC J1L 2P8 (819)829-0101 Fax:(819)829-2717 Contact: Arnold Ross, Technical Director

HflOUl EQUIPMENT INC. H2FL0W EQUIPMENT INC.

80 Cariauren Road,#24, Woodbridge, ON L4L7Z5 (905)264-2188 Fax:(905)264-2062

(905)777-9494 Fax:(905)777-8678 E-maii: info@hydroiogic.ca Web site: www.hydrologic.ca Contact: George 8. Pastoric, President Fine screening for municipai/industriai applications, wastewater treatment; sludge thickening; pulp & paper fibre recovery, washing, thickening, screen ing, separation and dewatering; sewage and water air release and vacuum break valves; channel

screens; lagoon, fine and coarse bubble and static tube aeration; RBCs, SBRs; CSO combined sewer overflow and stormwater management; grit removal; screw pumps; filters.

Contact: Donald Toon, President

GRUNDFOS

2941 Brighton Road, Oakvilie, ON L6H 6C9 (905)829-9533 Fax:(905)829-9512

ENVIRONMENTAL 762 Upper James St., #250, Hamilton, ON L9C3A2

GRT

3800 Steeles Ave. W., #103 W, Woodbridge, ON L4L4G9 (905)856-1320 Fax:(905)856-1369 E-mail: info@grt77.com Web site: www.grt77,com Contact: Dwight Cameron, President With GRT's proven implementation pian, companies are guaranteed registration to the iSO 14001 Environmentai Management System Standard. GRT was estabiished in 1977 and has assisted over 500

HYDRO-LOGIC

HERTZ EQUIPMENT RENTAL CANADA Various locations across Canada

To speak with the branch location nearest to you, call: 1-888-777-2700.

Jg^Hydromantis,Inc. r'n-rS-- I

Consulting Engineers

HYDROMANTIS INC.

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

HETEK SOLUTIONS INC. 2085 Piper Lane, London, ON N5V 3S5 (519)659-1144 Fax:(519)453-2182 Contact: Gary Fricke, Director, Sales & Marketing 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.

IHS CANADA

240 Catherine Street, Ottawa, ON K2P 2G8

(800)267-8220 Fax:(613)237-4251 Contact: Kathryn Millar, Manager IMS, INC. 15705 South 169 Highway, Olathe, KS 66062-3503 USA (913)829-2900 Fax:(913)829-2989 Contact: Jim Horton, President

E-maii: h2flow@idirect.com

Web Site: www.h2flow.com Contact: Michael Albanese

HIBON INC.

12055 Cote de Liesse, Dorval, OC H9P 184

Water and wastewater treatment equipment for municipal and industrial use: screens, conveyors, compactors, grit removal, ciarifiers, 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/

(514)631-3501 Fax:(514)631-3502 Contact: Lucie Gagnon, Assistant to VP

water separators.

(416)763-4681 Fax:(416)763-0440 Contact: Robert Meats, VP, General Manager Hoffman Multi-stage Centrifugal Compressors and 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, fluidizing, oxidation, vacuum cleaning, cooling and pneumatic conveying among others, for more than

H. FONTAINE LTD.

1295, Sherbrooke Street, Magog, QC J1X 2T2 (819)843-3068 Fax:(819)843-1006

HACH HACH COMPANY

P.O. 8ox 389, Loveiand, CO 80539 USA (970)669-3050 Fax:(970)669-3939 Contact: Mike Bryant, Cdn. Sales & Marketing 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.

INDACHEM INC.

86 Guided Court, Units G, H & i, Etobicoke, ON M9V4K6 (416)743-3751 Fax:(416)743-2038

HOFFMAN Industries of Canada Limited

E-maii: alien@keddoo.com

HOFFMAN INDUSTRIES OF CANADA

58 Bertal Road, Toronto, ON MOM 4M4

90 years. HORIZON ENVIRONNEMENT INC.

123 Labeiie Blvd., Rosemere, OC J7A 2G9

(450)430-8778 Fax:(450)430-6130 Contact: Eric Paquin

Contact: Brian G.Allen, Manager USF/Stranco "PolyBlend" dry/liquid polymer feed systems;"Strantrol HRR"chlorination/dechlorination controllers; "Stranco" calcium hypochlorite feeders; "Water Champ" gas/liquid chemical induction and mixing systems; ABEL high pressure pumps; Corneii non-ciog centrifugal pumps; Muddy River oil/water separators and DAF; NuTech odour control tech nology; PULSAFEEDER diaphragm metering pumps; Superior gas chlorinators and suifonators; Westfaiia centrifuges. INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC CORP.

1001 Oakdale Road, Oakdale, PA 15071 USA (800)338-3287 Fax:(412)788-8353 Contact: Jack Morgan, Ad Manager INFOPOINT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INC.

1-117 East 15th Street, North Vancouver, BC V7L 2P7 (604)985-8774 Fax:(604)985-8466 Contact: Sue Jenkins

HOSKIN SCIENTIFIC LIMITED

239 East 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5T 1J7

INSITUFORM TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED

(604)872-7894 Fax:(604)872-0281 Contact: Rod McKeown, Manager

7605 - 18 Street, Edmonton, AB T6P 1N9 (780)413-0200 Fax:(780)413-0777 Contact: Ken Foster

HYDRA-STOP/SEVERN TRENT PIPELINE

HACH COMPANY, POLYMETRON ASTRO P.O. Box 389, Loveiand, CO 80539 USA

(970)669-3050 Fax:(970)461-3939 Contact: Mike Bryant, Cdn. Sales & Marketing Mgr.

SERVICES, INC.

INSITU GROUNDWATER CONTRACTORS

11700 South Cicero Avenue, Aisip, IL 60803 USA (708)389-5111 Fax:(708)389-5125

7 Monticeilo Crescent, Guelph, ON NIG 2M1 (519)763-0700 Fax:(519)763-6684 Contact: Harry Oussoren, President

Contact: Don Petoiick, Sales Director

HANNA INSTRUMENTS CANADA INC.

3156 industrial Blvd., Laval, QC H7L4P7 (800)842-6629 Fax:(450)629-3335 Contact: France Gauvreau, Sales Mgr., Env. DIv.

INTELEX PRESS INC. HYDRO INTERNATIONAL

94 Hutchins Drive, Portland, ME 04102 USA

300-165 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON M5T 2C3 (416)599-6009 Fax:(416)599-6867

(207)756-6200 Fax:(207)756-6212

Contact: David Williams, President

Contact: Pamela Deahl, Vice President HARNOIS INDUSTRIES INC.

1044 Principale, St-Thomas, OC JOK 3L0 (888)427-6647 Fax:(450)756-8389 Contact: Denis Chevrette, Sales Representative

INTELEX TECHNOLOGY INC. HYDROLAB CORPORATION

8700 Cameron Road,#100, Austin, TX 78754 USA

(512)832-8832 Fax:(512)832-8839

93 Skyway Ave., #206, Etobicoke, ON M9W 6C7 (416)679-0119 Fax:(416)679-0168 Contact: Mark Jaine, Executive Account Manager

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers INTERNATIONAL RESERVE EQUIPMENT CORPORATION

P.O. Box 198, Clarendon Hills, IL 60514-0198 USA (630)325-7040 Fax:(630)325-7045 Contact: Thomas J. Mertz, Partner INTERNATIONAL SPILL PRODUCTS INC.

205 Matheson Blvd. E., #1, Misslssauga, ON L4Z 3E3 (905)502-7470 Fax:(905)502-7472

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, CSO equipment, mu

75 Devon Road, Brampton, ON L6T 5A4 (800)443-6443,(905)458-0400 Fax:(905)458-1

nicipal and Industrial applications. Representing: US Filter and John Meunier products.

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

E

m KRAEMER TOOL & MFG. CO. LTD.

Contact: R. Kraemer, Vice President

MS INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD.

342 Bayvlew Drive, Box 310, Barrle, ON L4IVI 4T5 (705)733-0111 Fax:(705)721-0138 E-mail: iws@iws.ca Web site: www.lws.ca Contact: John A. Harris

Groundwater engineering, contracting and hydrogeology, pump sales and service, well inspections and maintenance.

INTERPROVINCIAL CORROSION CONTROL COMPANY LIMITED

930 Sheldon Court, Burlington, ON L7L 5K6 (905)634-7751 Fax:(905)333-4313 Contact: Jamie A. Fleming, Assistant to VP

©WILEY Independent Thinkers

fer Environmental (949)833-3888,(800)331-2277 Fax:(949)833-8858 E-mail: jwce@jwce.com Web site: www.jwce.com

Contact: Bonnie Brown, Marketing As the market ieader In solids reduction equipment, we are committed to responding to the environmen tal concerns of our customers throughout the world. In addition to marketing renowned products such as the Muffin Monster®, and Honey Monster™ septage receiving system, JWC manufactures the

award-winning Auger Monster® and Screenings Washer Monster®. JWC Environmental continues our service to the customer after the sale with un

paralleled follow up, customer service, and repair 300 Labrosse Avenue, Polnte-Claire, QC H9R 4V5

(514)695-0100 Fax:(514)697-0602 E-mail: rsimond@fluids.ittind.com

Web site: www.ittflygt.ca Contact: Raymond Simond, Communications Mgr. ITT Flygt Is the originator of the submersible pump and mixer for water and wastewater applications. With 13 Flygt service centers and a network of au

thorized dealers across Canada,expert advice, serv ice and rentals are only a call away. Our designs, patents and technical innovations have made us a

leader in fluid handling technology. IWR TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

22 - 7228 Winston Street, Burnaby, BC V5A 2G9 (800)781-8750,(604)681-1688 Fax:(605)681-1638 Contact: Ramin Bogzaran JOHN BROOKS COMPANY LIMITED

1260 Kamato Road, Misslssauga, ON L4W 1Y1 (905)624-4200 Fax:(905)624-1799

capabilities.

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SALES

LABCOR INC.

7565 MB Jodoin, Anjou, QC H1J 2H9 (800)363-5900 Fax:(514)355-7119 E-mail: labcorinfo@iabcor.com Web site: www.iabcor.com

#10 - 55 Administration Rd., Concord, ON L4K4G9

Contact: Stephane Rodrlgue, Director of Sales 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 for field sampling, testing and analysis. We also have a metrology laboratory providing NiST-Traceable services. Call us at 1 -800-363-5900 for your free Cole-Parmer or Labcor catalogue.

KALDNES NORTH AMERICA

LABTRONICS INC.

76 Dorrance Street, #200, Providence, Rl 01903 USA (401)270-3898 Fax:(401)270-3908

546 Governors Road, Guelph, ON NIK 1E3 (519)767-1061 Fax:(519)836-4431 Contact: Steve Boiton, Marketing Manager

Contact: Jill BIbby, Marketing Manager KEE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

LAMBOURNE ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

9-219 Connie Crescent, Concord, ON L4K 1L4 (905)669-1494 Fax:(905)669-4347

4840 A - 49th Avenue, Box 119, Eckvllle, AB TOM 0X0 (403)746-2262 Fax:(403)746-3445

KENTAIN PRODUCTS LTD.

55 Howard Place, Kitchener, ON N2K 2Z4

(800)366-0535,(519)576-0994 Fax:(519)576-0919 Contact: Glen Lippert, President KEYSTONE FILTER, Division of Met-Pro Corporation 2385 North Penn Road, Hatfleid, PA 19440, USA (215)822-1963 Fax:(215)997-1839 Contact: Ernie Riegler, Sales Manager KiNECOR INC.

John Meunier

5885 Kennedy Road, Misslssauga, ON L4Z 2G3 (905)568-9200 Fax:(905)568-3740 Contact: Craig Ramage KWH PIPE

Bloomfleid Drive, #2188, Oakvlile, ON L6M 3X7

ITT FLYGT

KSB KSB PUMPS INC.

P.O. Box 5435, 37 Centre Street N., Huntsvllle, ON P1H 2K8 (705)789-2396 Fax:(705)789-4692 Contact: NIkolaus Poljanski, Regional Manager

JWC ENVIRONMENTAL

(402)464-0231 Fax:(402)465-3064 Contact: Rick Piles, Marketing Comm. Coordinator

ester.

cal, and consumer markets worldwide.

290 Paularino Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626 USA

ISCO, INC. 4700 Superior Street, Lincoln, NE 68504 USA

ter bags,jet-cleaned filter bags and filter cartridges. Cartridges come In paper and spun-bonded poly

22 Worcester Road, Etoblcoke, ON M9W 1 LI

(416)236-4433 Fax:(416)236-4448 E-mail: akrneta@wliey.com Web site: www.wiley.com Contact: Aida Krneta, Marketing Manager John Wiley & Sons, Inc., develops, publishes and sells products in print and electronic media for the educational, professional, scientific, technical, medi

I.P.F. ASSOCIATES

(905)847-4691 Fax:(905)827-5722 Contact: John Crompton

from 810 CRM to 50,000 CFM. Collectors have fil

JOHN WILEY & SONS CANADA LTD.

IPEX INC.

6805 invader Crescent, Misslssauga, ON L5T 2K6 (866)473-9462 Fax:(905)670-8905

Kraemer Tool designs and makes small and large dust collection systems from coarse to very fine dust,

451 Boulevard Lebeau,Saint-Laurent, QC H4N 1S2 (514)333-7010 Fax:(514)333-3190 Contact: Joe Rotella, Director, Sales & Marketing

Contact: Russ Ayers-Berry LAYFIELD GROUP

11603 - 180 Street N.W., Edmonton, AB T5S 2H6

(800)840-2884 Fax:(780)455-5218 Contact: Brian Fraser, Business Unit Manager LEVITT SAFETY LIMITED

2872 Bristol Circle, Oakvlile, ON L6H 5T5

(888)453-8488(905)829-3299 Fax:(905)829-2919 L.E. WASHINGTON SALES LTD.

2851 Brighton Road, Oakvlile, ON L6H 609 (905)829-4111 Fax:(905)829-2366 Contact: Larry Washington, President LORADAY ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS LTD.

#2 - 40 Bell Farm Road, Barrle, ON L4M 5G6

KINETIC BIOSYSTEMS, INC. (KBI)

JOHN MEUNIER/USFILTER

430-10th Street N.W., #N008, Atlanta, GA30318 USA (404)607-7331 Fax:(404)607-1878 Contact: Jayme White, Marketing Director

250 Royal Crest Court, Markham, ON L3R 3S1 (905)944-2819 Fax:(905)474-1334

KING METAL FABRICATORS LTD.

Web site: www.usfilter.com

219 Waverley Road, Dartmouth, NS B2X 2C3 (902)434-7110 Fax:(902)434-9478

Contact: Allen Vivian, Regional Manager

Contact: Paul Williams, Operations Manager

E-mail: vivlana@usfilter.com

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(705)733-3342 Fax:(705)733-3352 Contact: Peter Lorlmer, President

LUMIDOR SAFETY PRODUCTS 3075-14th Avenue, #5, Markham, ON L3R 0G9

(905)474-1474 Fax:(905)474-1740 Contact: Klaus Hillmann, President 87


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers Work safely in a confined space. Lumidor Safety Products has formed a rental division for portable gas monitors to be used for confined space entry. The monitors are user friendly, simple to operate (one button operation), and able to monitor/alarm up to five gases simultaneously. An internal sam pling pump, rechargeable battery or alkaline batter ies, sampling hose with water trap, CSA approvals, training video, etc., are standard features. Sales and repair services.

MEFIAG, Division of Met-Pro Corporation 160 Casseli Road, P.O. Box 144, Harleysvilie, PA 19438 USA (215)721-6030 Fax:(215)723-6758 Contact: Bob Replogie, VP, General Manager

screw conveyors; fine bubble diffusers, oil/water separators. Representing: Parkson Corporation,

MEGA-LAB MANUFACTURING CO. LTD.

41-04 35th Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101 USA (800)245-6964,(718)392-1112 Fax:(718)786-1008 Contact: Reed Margulis, President

DSS Environmental inc.. Mercer international, J.

Mark Systems Inc. and Separmatic^" Fluid Systems. MODUTANK INC.

90 B Centurlan Drive, #1, Markham, ON L3R 804

(905)305-0215 Fax:(905)305-0232 Contact: Michael Abraham, President

MONSANTO ENVIRO-CHEM SYSTEMS MEGTEC SYSTEMS

830 Prosper Rd., P.O. Box 5030, De Pere, Wi 541155030 USA (920)339-2787 Fax:(920)339-2793 Contact: Mary Van Vonderen, Marketing Specialist

14522 South Outer Forty, P.O. Box 14547, St. Louis, MO 63017 USA (314)275-5907 Fax:(314)275-5918 Contact: Barb Koskoios, Marketing MOYNO INC.

IWAKE-WAY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES

Divison of Make-Way Plastics Ltd. 110 Wellington Street, Exeter, ON NOM 182 (800)894-4430,(519)235-3606 Fax:(519)235-0191 E-mail: bknlp@quadro.net Web site: www.makewayplastics.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 the ail new drip waste technology.

P.O. Box 960, Springfield, OH 45501 USA (937)327-3553 Fax:(937)327-3572 Contact: Bob LePera, National Accounts Manager

METr< SALES & ENGINEERING LIMITED^

MS FILTER INC. RAL ENGINEERING LTD.

METCON SALES AND ENGINEERING LIMITED

15 Connie Crescent, Unit 3, Concord, ON L4K 1L3

(905)738-2355 Fax:(90)738-5520 E-maii: metcon@metconeng.com Web site: www.metconeng.com Contacts: Ahron Nahmias, Pres., David Tidy, Sales

Gas feeders for CL^, SO^, NHj, CLO^, ozone gen

MAKLOC BUILDINGS INC.

erators, flow measurement devices, magnetic flow meters, mass flow meters, rotometers, dry and liq uid chemical metering systems, emergency and odour control scrubbers, particle counters, water

706 - 17th Avenue, Nisku, AS TOE 7T1

analyzers, pH, CL^, fluoride, NH^, UV systems.

(780)955-2951 Fax:(780)955-7721 Contacts: Ken Tebb, Dave Jacobson MAPLE LEAF ENVIRONMENTAL EQUIPMENT LTD.

3524 Coons Road, Brockville, ON K6T 1A6 (613)498-1876 Fax:(613)345-7633 Contact: Bruce Lounsbury, President

MARKLAND SPECIALTY

MET-PRO CORPORATION SYSTEMS DIV.

(416)244-4980 Fax:(416)244-2287 Contact: Reg Tansony, General Manager

MATERIAL RESOURCE RECOVERY

2425 industrial Park Road, Cornwall, ON K6H 5R5

(613)938-7575 Fax:(613)938-0660 Contact: Tom Wass, Sales Manager

Mc Graw mu McGRAW-HILL RYERSON LIMITED

300 Water Street, Whitby, ON LI N 9B6 (905)430-5087 Fax:(905)430-5044 Web site: www.mcgrawhili.ca Contact: ian Moore, Mktg. Mgr., Science &Tech. (905)430-5173 Fax:(905)430-5044 Contact: Suzanne McNeil, Mktg. Product Coord. McGraw-Hill is a leading publisher of Environmen tal and Civil Engineering books and products. Our authors are international experts and provide criti cal insights on environmental issues, developments, and trends. Browse our on-line catalogue for prod uct information at: www.McGrawHili.ca/tpm. MCTIGHE INDUSTRIES

A Division of Billion International Group Inc. 3405 S. Westport Ave., Sioux Falls, SO 57106 USA (888)776-0581,(605)362-3407 Fax:(605)362-3494 Contact: Jeremy Morrison, Engineering Sales Mgr.

colour, taste and odour.

(215)631-9500 Fax:(215)631-1801 Contact: Tom Parvesse, Sales Manager MICHAEL SLUICE GATE SERVICES INC.

900 RIverbank Drive, Cambridge, ON N3H 4R6 (519)650-9609 Fax:(519)650-9723 Contact: Michael Greaiey, President MIDAC CORPORATION

17911 Fitch Avenue, Irvine, CA 92614 USA

(949)660-8558 Fax:(949)660-9334 MILLENNIUM CONTROL COMPANY

MARSH-MCBIRNEY INC.

4539 Metropolitan Court, Frederick, MD 21704 USA (301)874-5599 Contact: Marcia Kinley

Contact: Bob LeCraw, President

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 slow sand filtration process. With pre-ozonation and post chlorination, this process provides a triple barrier to pathogens and removes

1 Towamencin Center, 1555 Bustard Road, P.O. Box 325, Towamencin, PA 19443 USA

ENGINEERING LTD. 48 Shaft Road, Toronto, ON M9W 4M2

17665 Leslie Street, #47, Newmarket, ON L3Y 3E3

(905)853-0626 Fax:(905)853-8807 E-mail: ral@raleng.com Web site: www.raleng.com

P.O. Box 86034, RPO, Upper Oakviiie, Oakvilie, ON L6H 5V6 (905)849-0794 Fax:(905)849-3797 Contact: Allan Hakala, Operations Manager

MSU MISSISSAUGA LTD.

2222 South Sheridan Way, MIssissauga, ON L5J 2M4 (800)268-5336,(905)823-4340 Fax:(905)823-4947 E-mail: virginiajunkin@hotmali.com Web sits: www.msumlssissauga.com Contact: Virginia Junkin, President 1977-2002, MSU MIssissauga Ltd. celebrates 25 years dedicated to your service. From manhole steps, weir, handrailing and catwalks to custom fab rication, MSU is ready to service the needs of the water and wastewater industry. Contact the com pany for a current product catalogue.

MILLTRONICS, LTD.

(See Siemens Miiitronics Process Instruments inc.)

MTS/MASS TRANSFER SYSTEMS

630 Currant Road, Fail River, MA 02720 USA MlOX CORPORATION

5500 Midway Park Place, N.E., Albuquerque, NM 87109 USA (505)343-0090 Fax:(505)343-0093 Contact: Katie Boiek, Marketing Manager

(508)679-6770 Fax:(508)672-5779 Contact: Robert Backman, Business Manager MUELLER CANADA INC.

8069 Lawson Road, Milton, ON LOT 4B6 MIXING SYSTEMS, INC.

7058 Corporate Way, Dayton, OH 45459 USA (937)435-7227 Fax:(937)435-9200 Contact: Prakash Bathija, President

(905)878-0541 Fax:(905)878-3888 Contact: D. Wiliey, Sales Manager MUNRO CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD.

RR #2, Station Main, Barrie, ON L4M 4S4

M.J. INTERNATIONAL, INC. 349 Bowes Road, #17, Concord, ON L4K 1J3

NAPIER-REID LTD.

(905)731-8104 Fax:(905)731-8231 Contact: Mike Silver, General Manager

10 Alden Rd., Unit 2, Markham, ON L3R 2S1

(800)615-4406,(905)475-1545 Fax:(905)475-2021 Contact: Tarmo Sepp

M.LeBlanc & Associates Manufacturer's Representatives

NASCO CANADA

M. LEBLANC & ASSOCIATES

125 Mary Street, Aurora, ON L4G 1G3 (888)686-2726 Fax:(905)727-6265

33 EimhurstAve., #310, Willowdale, ON M2N 6G8

Contact: Sebastian Siebel-Achenbach

(416)223-7391 Fax:(416)223-5775

National

E-mali: mlebianc@on.aibn.com Contact: Maurice L. LeBlanc

Municipal and industrial water and wastewater treat ment equipment and systems; coarse and fine selfcleaning screens; rotary drum screens; CSO screens; screenings washers and compactors; Lamella® olariflers; sand filters; sludge screen/compactor; WAS rotary drum thickeners; filters presses; shaftless

Process Equipment NATIONAL PROCESS EQUIPMENT

109 Wilkinson Road, Brampton, ON L6T 4X1 (905)453-2639 Fax:(905)453-9391 E-mail: wlidlngj@natpro.com

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers Web site: www.natpro.com Contact: Joftn Wilding, Reg. Sales Mgr., E. Canada Pumps and complete pump system packages. Pumps for water, sewage, sludge, corrosive ctiemicals and metering, 20,000 ft.^. Sales and full serv ice facility in Brampton. Distributors for Milton Roy, Aurora, Hydromatic, Layne/Vertlline, Tarby, Ansimag, Blackmer.

Novatecfi Controls provides analytical instrumenta tion for process, emission and ambient applications. Novatecti designs, builds and commissions custom sampling systems and sfielters including analytical and CEMS packages. We represent people such

NEMATO INC.

OCEAN SENSOR SYSTEMS, INC. 3561 N.W. 97 Terr., Coral Springs, FL 33065 USA (954)796-6583 Fax:(954)344-3682 Contact: Tom Pantelakis, President

1605 McEwen Drive, Whitby, ON LIN 7L4 (905)571-5305 Fax:(905)571-3935 Contact: Rein Aaslepp, Mgr., Customer Service

as: Sen/omex, Fluid Data, Houston Atlas, VG Gas,

Thermal ONIX, Scott Technologies (Bacharach), Kahn, Tytronlcs, Monltek and ECD.

Web site: www.pall.com Contact: Leigh McDermott, Market Sales Manager Design and manufacturer of Innovative water filtra tion and separation products and systems. Our sys tems treat municipal drinking water and industrial wastewater. Our products are also widely used in laboratories and in water-sensitive manufacturing. Pall's collective expertise In membrane technology offers municipal and indusfriai water users their best solution to meet present and future water require ments at the lowest cost of ownership.

OIL SKIMMERS INC.

P.O. Box 33092, Cleveland, OH 44133 USA

NEOVALVES

(800)200-4603 Fax:(440)582-2759 Contact: Kenneth C. Gray, Sales Manager

NEO VALVES

430 Norflnch Drive, Downsview, ON M3N 1Y4

OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.

(416)661-6020 Fax:(416)661-6787 Contact: David Buchanan, General Manager Complete line of valves for water and wastewater applications.

One Omega Drive, Stamford, CT 06907 USA (203)359-1660 Fax:(203)359-7700

7275 West Credit Ave., Mississauga, ON L5N 5M9 (905)858-7478 Fax:(905)858-0428 Contact: Darlene Street, Prod. Mgr., Serv. Solutions NIAGARA COLLEGE CENTRE FOR

(519)899-2530 Fax:(519)899-2531 Contact: Jeff Mayo, President

O'-

NORIT AMERICAS INC.

5775 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd., #C-250, Atlanta, GA 30342 USA (404)256-6150 Fax:(404)256-6199 Contact: Bob Tfiomas, Bus. Mgr., Environmental

ONDEO Degremont

ENV. TRAINING

Glendale Campus, 135 Taylor Road, R.R. #4, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON LOS 1 JO (905)641-2252 Fax:(905)988-4309 Contact: Nancy McDonald

9050 Ryan Avenue, Dorval, QC H9P 2M8 (514)636-8712 Fax:(514)636-9718 E-mail: canada@parkson.com Web site: www.parkson.com Contact: Jean Grenier, Regional Manager Parkson manufactures water and wastewater treat

OMEGA PUBLIC WORKS

6722 Camlachie Road, Camlachle, ON NON 1E0 NEPTUNE TECHNOLOGY GROUP

PARKSON CORPORAHCN PARKSON CORPORATION

ONDEO DEGREMONT LTD.

1375 TransCanada Highway, #400, Don/al, QC H9P 2W8 (514)683-1200 Fax:(514)683-1203 Web site: www.ondeo-degremont.ca Contact: Jean Marchand, Reg. Mgr., Cdn. Market Since 1960, ONDEO Degremont has been working In Canada, offering Its know-how in matters of wa fer treatment engineering for municipalities and In dustry. Well-known among consulting engineers for the quality of Its services and processes as well as for the reliability of Its products, ONDEO Degremont has built and equipped more than 300 urban water

ment equipment for municipal or industrial needs, including aeration, biological, clarification, convey ing, dewatering, dissolved airflotatlon, filtration, grit management, oil/water separation, screening, screenings washlng/conveying/compacting, scum skimming, sludge handllng/drylng/removal/thickenIng, stormwater management. PAQUES ADI INC.

c/o 1133 Regent Street, #300, Fredericton, NB E3B 322 (506)452-7307 Fax:(506)452-7308 Contact: Connie Smith, Marketing, Admin. Services PATTERSON

A Subsidiary of The Gorman-Rupp Co. P.O. Box 790, Toccoa, GA 30577 USA

(706)886-2101 Fax:(706)886-0023 PCB CONTAINMENT TECHNOLOGY INC.

101 Holiday inn Dr., #E, Cambridge, ON N3C 123 (519)651-3004 Fax:(519)651-1015

stations and more than 150 industrial stations

PCB

throughout the country. NORTECH GSI INC.

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

ONTARIO CLEAN WATER AGENCY

1 Yonge Street, Suite 1700, Toronto, ON M5E 1E5 (416)314-5600 Fax:(416)314-8300

Contact: Gil Cossette, Vice President, Sales

ORIVAL WATER FILTERS

Nortech GSI Is a leading Canadian distributor of in strumentation and systems for air and water quality monitoring and for polluted soils cleanup. Water related equipment Includes portable and fixed sam plers and flowmeters from ISCO, multiparameter

40 N. Van Brunt Street, Englewood, NJ 07631 USA (201)568-3311 Fax:(201)568-1916 Contact: R. Schwartz, Marketing

sondes from YSI, a wide selection of on-line ana

101-18327 105th Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5S 2K9 (780)487-4334 Fax:(780)483-9110 Contact: George Ruddock

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 depollution equipment offered Includes pneumatic and electrical remediation pumps, oil/water separators, air strippers and more. NORTHERN STEEL INDUSTRIES

P.O. Box 1718, TIsdale, SK SOE 1T0

(888)674-8265 Fax:(306)873-2252 Contact: Darcy SImoneau NOVA ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS INC.

270 Sherman Avenue N., Hamilton, ON L8L6N5

(905)545-2003 Fax:(905)545-4248 Contact: Michael McCarron, Sales

OSPREY SCIENTIFIC INC.

OJONIA OZONIA NORTH AMERICA, INC. 491 Edward H. Ross Drive, Elmwood Park, NJ

07407 USA (201)794-3100 Fax:(201)794-3358 Contact: Caspar Lesznik, Sales Manager Ozonia North America designs and manufactures ozone generating systems for potable water treat ment, wastewater disinfection, and chemical appli cations. Ozone generators from 0.5 lb. per day fo 4,200 lbs. per day. Complete pilot plant and turn key services. Ozone from air or high concentration from oxygen.

NOVATECH'

Water Processing NOVATECH

1486 Tamarac Street, Kingston, ON K7M 7J7 (800)465-5374,(613)389-8821 Fax:(613)389-0246 E-mail: lnfo@novatech.ca Web site: www.novatech.ca

Contact: Edward Gardiner, President, Reg. Dir.

PALL CORPORATION

Pall (Canada) Limited 7205 Millcreek Drive, Mississauga, ON L5N 3R3 (905)542-0330 Fax:(905)542-0331 E-mall: lelgh_mcdermott@pall.com

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DISPOSAL PCB DISPOSAL INC.

72 Lake Driveway W., Ajax, ON LIS 3X1 (905)428-6480 Fax:(905)428-6481 E-maii: esmith @ pcbdisposalinc.oom Web site: www.pcbdisposalinc.com Contact: Dr. EricA.H. Smith, President

Full service PCB management and destruction com pany successfully completing more than 5,000 PCB contracts in the past 14 years, totalling more than 15,000,000 kg. of PCBs disposed of in accordance with regulations. We operate coast to coast in Canada and now internationally. PCI MEMBRANE SYSTEMS INC.

1615 State Route 131, Milford, OH 45150 USA (513)575-3500 Fax:(513)575-7393 Contact: D. Pearson, General Manager PEACOCK INC.

2360 Mlllrace Court, Mississauga, ON L5N 1W2 (905)812-7100 Fax:(905)812-1749 Contact: Jean Ouelch, Mktg. Communication Mgr.

PENCON EQUIPMENT COMPANY 109 Thomas St., 2nd floor, Oakvllle, 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 landfill gas recovery, co-gen eration, recirculatlon and boosting of digester gas. 89


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PROECO CORPORATION

E3S3I

151 Brunei Road, Unit 9, Mississauga, ON L4Z2H6 (800)353-3087,(905)712-0620 Fax:(905)712-1240 Contact: Gary Black, Eastern Sales Manager

7722 - 9th Street N.W., Edmonton, AB T6P 1L6

Performance Fluid Equipment Inc.

PLASTI-FAB, INC. P.O. Box 100, Tualatin, OR 97062-0100 USA (503)692-5460 Fax:(503)692-1145 Contact: Alan Belyea, Marketing Manager

PERFORIVIANCE FLUID EQUIPMENT INC.

169 Dufferin Street S., #26, Alliston, ON L9R 1E6 (705)434-9006 Fax;(705)434-9007 E-mail: info@performancequip.com Web site: www.performancequip.com Contact: Diane Baicerczyk, Advertising/Mktg. Mgr. For ail your pumping requirements, Performance carries compiete inventory on seepex pumps and parts. Performance aiso represents Wilden air op erated diapfiragm pumps, Myers submersibie pumps, vertical, turbine pumps, centrifugal pumps, Barnes grinder and sewage pumps.

RETRO SEP MEMBRANE

TECHNOLOGIES INC.

2270 Speers Road, Oakviiie, ON L6L2X8 (905)825-3109 Fax:(905)825-3285 PHILIP ANALYTICAL SERVICES INC.

P.O. Box 235, RR#2, Cameron, ON KOM 1G0 (705)359-1837 Fax:(705)359-1836 Contact: Clive Berry 1

POWER PLANT SUPPLY

A

COMPANY 124 Wilson Street,

Oakviiie, ON L6K 3G8

(905)845-7951 Fax:(905)845-6695 E-mail: powerplant@iprimus.ca Contact: Frank Flopkins, President Power Plant Supply Company has been supplying quality products to the water and wastewater industry for over 40 years. GA valves - automated valves, Rodney Flunt - gates,

]PRAXAIR PRAXAIR CANADA INC.

Division of Green Turtle Technologies (416)966-9400 E-mail: pchapple@phix.ca Web site: www.phix.ca Contact: Paul Chappie, Division Manager The PFIIX Division of Green Turtle Technologies, is a product driven division, built around a new inno vative wastewater treatment technology. PHIX is an environmentally friendly system that adjusts the pFI of acidic wastewater streams in a flow-through system, to within regulatory limits, without constant operator attention, or the need for hazardous caus

1 City Centre Dr., #1200, Mississauga, ON L5B 1M2 (905)803-1748 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 aiso the world's largest supplier of carbon dioxide and a rec ognized leader in the commercialization of new tech nologies that bring productivity and environmental benefits to a diverse group of industries.

PROMINENT FLUID CONTROLS LTD.

490 Southgate Drive, Gueiph, ON NIG 4P5 (519)836-5692 Fax:(519)836-5226 Contact: Brenda Cowbrough, Special Projects Coor. Total chlorine monitoring and metering equipment; complete chemical metering; water treatment pack ages; quality metering pumps and controllers; engi neered specifications; P&iD controllers; computer ized hydraulic modelling; complete skid mounted packages; detailed drawings; chemical design expertise.

TECHNOLOGIES INC

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: Neil Flanagan, Sales Manager 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 all types of pumping equipment. Representing: ITT industries-Goulds Pumps, KSB Pumps Inc., ABEL, A-C Pump, Mariow, Siemens, EBARA.

PRESTO PRODUCTS COMPANY

670 N. Perkins Street, Appleton, Wi 54912 USA (800)548-3424 Fax:(920)738-1222 Contaot: Patricia Stelter, Media Manager

PROSTAR TECHNOLOGIES INC.

270 Sherman Avenue N., Hamilton, ON L8L 6N5 (905)545-2003 Fax:(905)545-4248 Contact: Michael McCarron, Sales

PRO AQUA + SHADRACK

pro aqua

tic chemicals.

PmlVlineiif

PROSPEC TECHNOLOGIES INC.

(905)332-8788,(800)668-0639 Fax:(905)332-9169

12 Madison Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 281

Contact: Peter Matson, President

PSI Thunderiine/Link-Seal - link seals, wall sleeves,

spacing casers, Magnadrive - magnetic variable speed control and couplings, Scaletron - electronic scales. Cascade Pump - propeller pumps.

5555 North Service Road, Buriington, ON L7L 5H7

PHIX

PRO-FORM INSURANCE SERVICES INC.

26 - 2 Orchard Fleights Blvd., Aurora, ON L4G 3W3 (905)727-5820 Fax:(905)727-5053

POSITIVE SOLUTIONS

PERKINELMER INSTRUMENTS

710 Bridgeport Avenue, Shelton, CT 06484 USA (203)925-4600 Fax:(203)944-4902 Contact: Estelie Cappeilieri, Mrktg. Administrator

(780)440-1825 Fax:(780)440-2428 Contact: Gerry Gerke, VP, Bus. Develop. & Mktg.

588 Edward Ave., #41,

PROVIRO INSTRUMENTATION INC.

Richmond Hill, ON L4C 9Y6

4480 Cote de Liesse, #110, Mount Royal, QC H4N 2R1 (514)737-7724 Fax:(514)737-2751

(905)787-8700 Fax:(905)787-8989 E-mail: gcoate@idirect.ca

JIU

Contact: Chris Castravelii, President

Contact: Geoff Coate, Vice President

PHOENIX PHOENIX PROCESS EQUIPMENT CO.

2402 Watterson Trail, Louisville, KY 40299 USA

(502)499-6198 Fax:(502)499-1079 E-mail: johnW@dewater.com Web site: www.dewaler.com

Contact: John Waugh, Mgr., Market Development PFiOENIX Process Equipment Co. designs and manufactures a variety of high quality products and systems for slurry and sludge dewatering, fine par ticle wet classification, and separation and effluent

Mechanical bar, fine and rotary screens, grit removal, screenings and grit conveyors, circular and rectan gular ciarifiers, RBCs, aeration equipment, digester equipment,sludge dewatering, sludge cake storage and conveying, UV disinfection, membrane systems

siiadrack

for water and wastewater treatment. PROBIOTIC SOLUTIONS

201 South Roosevelt Ave., Chandler,AZ 85226 USA

(480)961-1220 Fax:(480)961-3501 Contact: Steve Flarris, Dir., Wastewater Operations

water treatment.

PIGMALION ENVIRONMENTAL

940 Meyerside Drive, Mississauga, ON L5T 1R9 (905)670-1212 Fax:(905)670-9090 Contact: Rashml Kapila, VP, Product Sales

Proceptor

PS INTERNATIONAL, INC. 1013 Shenandoah Circle, Sioux Falls, SD 57103

USA (605)332-1885 Fax:(605)332-1293 E-maii: gale@psinternational.com Web site: www.psinternationai.com Contact: Mr. Gale Paulson, President

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.

PROCEPTOR PUMPS & SYSTEMS

PILOT PERFORMANCE RESOURCES

Division of Green Turtle Technologies Ltd.

MANAGEMENT INC.

12 Madison Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 2S1

Division of 1107809 Ontario Limited

1235 Williams Pkwy., E., P.O. Box 68584, Brampton, ON L6S 6A1 (905)792-3130 Fax:(905)792-3047 Contact: Jayne Pilot, President

(877)966-9444 Fax:(416)966-3439 Web site: www.proceptor.com Contact: Paul Champigny Preceptor oil, grease and solids separators are spe cifically engineered to meet today's strict effluent regulations and prevent drain blockages. With its 30-year warranty. Preceptor is the separator of choice protecting you and your clients.

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

PIPELINE SEAL AND INSULATOR, INC. 6525 Goforth Street, Flouston, TX 77021 USA

(800)423-2410,(713)747-6948 Fax:(713)747-6029 Contact: John (Jay) Keidsen, NA Sales Manager 90

PURIFICS ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

1941 Mallard Road, London, ON N6H 5M1 (519)473-5788 Fax:(519)473-0934

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers QUALITY SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL

ROYAL PIPE SYSTEMS

125 Hartwell Avenue, Lexington, MA 02421 USA (781)862-9002 Fax:(781)862-9003 Contact: Kate Verreault, Sales & Marketing Admin.

131 Regalcrest Court, Woodbridge, ON L4L 8P3 (905)856-7550,(800)263-2353 Fax:(905)850-1761 Contact: Walter Miiani, Engineering

Quantumc Analytical Instruments A Subsidiary of Racine Federated Inc.

RPR ENVIRONMENTAL

164-166 South Service Road, Stoney Creek, ON L8E 3H6 (800)667-5217 Fax:(905)662-3828 Contact: Patrick Whitty, General Manager

QUORUM TECHNOLOGIES INC.

SANITAIRE

9333 N. 49th Street, Brown Deer, Wi 53223 USA

2200 Soutti Street, Racine, Wi 53404 USA

(877)256-0791,(262)639-6770 Fax:(262)639-9857 E-maii: into@quantumanaiyticai.com Web site: www.quantumanaiytical.com Contact: Jotin Erskine, Marketing and Sales Manufacturer of process monitoring and control in strumentation for all pH, ORP (redox), conductivity and dissolved oxygen applications. Unique sensor design and materials provide outstanding reliability under ttie tiarshest conditions. Microprocessorbased analyzers are available in loop, line or bat tery-powered configurations. All systems include sensor diagnostics and full electronic isolation.

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 NWT and troubleshooting in Kazakhstan. We represent over 20 premier manufacturers from Canada, the USA and Europe, and have over 200 installations in BC.

RSP INTERNATIONAL

6 Simcoe Street, Mono Mills, ON L9W 3T5 (519)942-3407 Fax:(519)942-3261 Contact: P.M. Lemieux, Director RTS PLASTICS INC.

P.O. Box 1029, 650 Rupert Street, Waterloo, ON N2J4S1 (800)663-2803,(519)746-4542 Fax:(519)746-4906 RUSMAR INCORPORATED

216 Garfield Avenue, West Chester, PA 19380 USA (610)436-4314 Fax:(610)436-8436

Contact: Rebekah Gormish,Sales & Marketing Mgr.

1 Hunters Lane, Guelph, ON NIC 1B1 (519)824-0854 Fax:(519)824-5845 Contact: John Arbuckle, Manager

Safety

RAIN FOR RENT

express m

(414)365-2200 Eax:(414)365-2210 Contact: Laurie Besch, Marketing Comm. Coord. SAN-NOR CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD.

94 Copernicus Blvd., Brantford, ON N3P 1N4 (905)803-0647 Fax:(905)803-0660 Contact: Sandy Norris, President SCARBOROUGH SUPPLY

154 Crown Court, Whitby, ON L1N 7B1 (905)579-4460 Fax:(905)579-4755 Contact: Kevin Watson, General Manager SCIENTIFIC TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 429 South Main Street, Logan, UT 84321 USA (888)525-7300,(435)753-7300 Fax:(435)753-7490 Contact: Jim Veila, General Manager SCOTT SPECIALTY GASES

P.O. Box 2248, Bakersfield, CA 93301 USA (661)399-9124 Fax:(661)393-1542 Contact: Kathy Baehr

4060B Siadeview Crescent, #2, Mississauga, ON

L5L5Y5 (800)465-3898,(^05)608-0111

Contact: Robert Jefferys, Corporate Comm. Mgr.

RED VALVE COMPANY

Fax:(905)608-0091 E-maii: info@safetyexpress.com Web site: www.safetyexpress.com

7400 Wilson Avenue, Delta, BC V4G 1E5

27164 - 33rd Avenue, Aldergrove, BC V4W 3H6 (604)857-8881 Fax:(604)857-8921 Contact: William Fairhali, Regional Manager

REGENESIS 1011 Calie Sombra,San Clemente, CA 92672 USA (949)366-8000 Fax:(949)366-8090 E-mail: bryan@regenesis.com Web site: www.regenesis.com Contact: Bryan Vigue, Marketing Director

Oxygen Release Compound (ORC速)and Hydrogen Release Compound (HRC速) are formulated to ac

Contact: Arsenio Tsounis, President

With four branches across Canada, we are your source for ail of your environmenfai and industrial safety supplies. Call us for your free copy of our catalogue or view it online at: safetyexpress.com. SAFETY-KLEEN LTD.

SAFETYSCOPE INC.

47 Charleston Road, Toronto, ON M9B 4M8

(416)231-3752 Fax:(416)231-2811 Contact: Tim Morrison, President SAIC CANADA

3439 River Road, Gloucester, ON K1A 0H3

groundwater by optimizing natural microbiai proc esses in the subsurface. Both products offer an ef fective remediation approach at costs of one quar ter to one half that of traditional technologies and have been proven on over 6,500 sites.

(613)991-2737 Fax;(613)991-1673 Contact: Monique M. Punt, Senior Engineer

REHAU INCORPORATED

66 Adams Blvd., Brantford, ON N3S 7V2

RESTORATION ENV. CONTRACTORS

SANDBORN INTERNAL FLOATING ROOFS

Web sites: www.environmentalhazards.com www.toxicmould.ca

801-25th Avenue, Nisku, AB T9E 7Z4

(780)955-8761 Fax:(780)955-8781 Contact Bill Bondy, Sales Manager

Contact: Don Bremner, Vice President

SANEXEN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

REVERE CONTROL SYSTEMS

579 Rue Le Breton, Longueuil, OC J4G 1R9 (450)646-7878 Fax:(450)646-5127

SANITHERIVI ENGINEERING LIMITED

3875 Fiscal Court, West Palm Beach, FL 33404 USA

(800)842-7771,(561)848-1826 Fax:(561)848-7226 Contact: Sharon Rinehimer, VP, Bus. Development ROCKY MOUNTAIN INSTRUMENTS INC.

SERVICE FILTRATION OF CANADA LTD.

4141 Siadeview Crescent, #12 Mississauga, ON N5L 5T1 (905)820-4700 Fax:(905)820-4015 Contact: Joe Halahel, Sales Manager SETHCO - Div. of Met-Pro Corp. 70 Arkay Drive, P.O. Box 12128, Hauppange, NY 11788 USA (631)435-0530 Fax:(631)435-0654 Contact: James Cascio, Sales Manager SEVERN TRENT DE NORA, LLC 1110 Industrial Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77478 USA (281)240-6770 Fax:(281)240-6762 Contact: Shannon Kopp, Marketing Assistant

CANADA LTD.

210 Walker Drive, Bramalea, ON L6T 3W1

(905)791-1553 Fax:(905)791-2999 Contact: Graham Simpson, Marketing SGS INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION SERVICES

2 - 6275 Northam Drive, Mississauga, ON L4V 1Y8 (800)636-0847,(905)676-9595 Fax:(905)676-9519

SIEMENS SIEMENS MiLLTRONICS PROCESS INSTRUMENTS INC.

1954 Technology Dr., P.O. Box 4225, Peterborough, ONK9J7B1 (705)745-2431 Eax:(705)741-0466 E-mail: into@militronics.com Web site: www.siemens-milltronics.com

Contact: Rob Niezen, Communications Specialist Miiltronics is a leading brand of sophisticated meas urement instruments. Miiltronics products are used

2240 Rocky Ridge Rd., Birmingham,AL 35216 USA (800)536-2525 Fax:(205)824-0408 Contact: Bruce Koppenhoefer, Dir., Communications RGF ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP

(604)946-3131 Eax:(604)940-9566 Contact: Rob Ferguson, Product Manager

(519)754-1366 Fax:(519)754-4576

2555 North IH 35, #300, Round Rock, TX 78664 USA (512)388-9270 Fax:(512)388-9272 Contact: Raj Naiarajan, President & Dir. of R&D

P.O. Box 746,10 Stalwart Industrial Dr.,#5, Gormley, ON LOH 1G0 (905)888-0066 Fax:(905)888-0071

SEI INDUSTRIES LTD.

SEW-EURODRIVE COMPANY OF

SANDALE UTILITY PRODUCTS INC. Driscopipe速 piping systems are among the most durable pipe systems available. Constructed from Marlex速 HDPE extruded pipe, Driscopipe piping systems deliver an optimal range of properties to meet your needs in virtually any piping application.

RENAISSANCE INSTRUMENTS

18949 USA (215)766-8861 Fax:(215)766-2476

1301 Gervais St., #300, Columbia, SC 29201 USA

celerate the natural attenuation of contaminants in

1149 Pioneer Road, Burlington, ON L7M 1K5 (905)335-3284 Fax:(905)335-8130

6141 Easton Road, Box 310, Plumsteadville, PA

431 Mountain Hwy., Suite 4, North Vancouver, BC V7J 2L1 (604)986-9168 Fax:(604)986-5377 E-mail: saneng@sanitherm.com

for water distribution and wastewater treatment,

aggregate and cement plants, mining, chemical processing, manufacturing, food processing and milling, as well as dry bulk storage. Principal prod uct lines include level measurement, dry solids flow measurement, and process protection devices.

4906 75th Avenue N.W., Edmonton, AB T6B 2X8

Web site: www.sanitherm.com

SILICYCLE INC.

(780)496-7754 Fax:(780)438-9093 Contact: Patricia Deets, Regional Manager

Contact: Richard Smyth, Partner Sanitherm has a worldwide reputation for quality

1200 ave St.-Jean Baptiste, #114, Quebec, QC G2E 5E8 (418)874-0054 Fax:(418)874-0355

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77 Coulter Avenue, Toronto, ON M9N 1P7

SOPHOS INC.

wedge machines and hand tools and our Munsch line of extrusion welders are used in a wide variety of geomembrane applications where precise weld quality and high speed is desired. Our products provide excellent field performance and superior reliability. We provide 24-hour repair service on most of our products.

(416)240-9325 Fax:(416)240-9229 E-mail: mohan@patlicom.com

11 ETranby Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 1N4 (416)944-2648 Fax:(416)944-8891

STEPHEN LAMMING ASSOCIATES LTD.

for 20 years. We provide a portable and cost-effec tive solution to sampling indoor, outdoor and hard to get at areas. We also have geotechnlcal equip ment for taking shear strength and penetrometer tests.

SIVA ASSOCIATES INC.

Web site: siva-associates.com

Contact: Boris Weisman

Contact: Mohan Siva, President Process control instrumentation, gas analyzers, calibration services, electronic board repairs and rental. Flow meters, level sensors, temperature

SORBENT PRODUCTS CO., INC. 645 Howard Avenue, Somerset, NJ 08873 USA

(800)333-7672 Fax:(732)302-0969

STERLING POWER SYSTEMS

SOUTHWELL CONTROLS LTD.

799 Rennie Street, Hamilton, ON L8H 7L4 (800)809-0330,(905)547-2345 Fax:(905)547-2381

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

Contact: Frank Davis

(604)980-3688 Fax:(604)980-6578 Contact: Hal Leitz, Sales Manager

STILES-KEM

sensors, SCADA, test and measurement instru ments.

SJE-RHOMBUS

22650 County Hwy.6, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501 USA (218)847-1317 Fax:(218)847-4617 Contact: Melissa Lage, VP, Marketing

SPAANS BABCOCK

588 Edward Ave., #43, Richmond Hili, ON L4C 9Y6 SLOAN FLUSHMATE DIVISION

10500 Seymour Ave., Franklin Park, IL60131 USA (800)580-7141 Fax:(847)671-4611 Contact: Paul De Boo, Sales Manager

3040 New Street, 2nd Fir., Burlington, ON L7N 1M5 (905)681-6215 Fax:(905)632-8330 Contact: Dr. Stephen Lamming, President

(905)884-1100 Fax:(905)884-8811 Contact: Euan A. Ferguson

Division of Met-Pro Corporation 1570 Lakeside Drive, Waukegan, IL 60085 USA (847)689-1100 Fax:(847)689-9289 Contact: Bill Mersch, VP, General Manager

ST.LAWRENCE

SPECTRA ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

13081 10th Line North, Stouffvilie, ON L4A7X3

(905)640-0267 Fax:(905)640-0268 Contact: Stephen Wilcox, President

k CEMENT ST. LAWRENCE CEMENT

2391 Lakeshore Rd. W., Mississauga, ON L5J 1K1 (905)822-1653 Fax:(905)822-1792 E-mail: akoivu @stlawrencecement.com

SMITH & LOVELESS, INC.

Web site: www.stlawrencecement.com

14040 Santa Fe Trail Dr., Lenexa, KS 66215 USA

Contact: Allan Koivu, New Product Development

(913)888-5201 Fax:(913)888-2173

Blended cements for new and restoration construc

E-mail: answers@smithandloveless.com

tion, catch basins, culverts, pipes, sewers, soil remediation, wastewater treatment plants. Cost-

Web site: www.smlthandloveless.com

SPILL MANAGEMENT INC.

Contact: William Flores, Int'l. Sales Engineer Div. Smith & Loveless Inc. is a global leader in the de sign and manufacture of a complete line of pre-engineered water and wastewater treatment and pumping systems. With sales offices throughout Canada, and numerous installations over 40 years, we feature treatment plants, grit removal systems, pump stations and filtration systems.

45 Upper Mount Albion Road, Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2R9 (905)578-9666 Fax:(905)578-6644 E-mail: spillman@on.aibn.com Web site: www.spillman.ca

SOLENO INC.

304 Cone. 11, RR #5, Building 7, Hagersville, ON NOA 1H0 (905)768-7473 Fax:(905)768-7042

Sottnsf

effective cements for concrete solutions.

Contact: Cliff Holland, President

Spill Management offers on-site, site-specific, allrisk and ali-hazard response training for chemical spills using hands-on training and classroom instruc tion, as well as workshops in emergency response planning and incident command. Other services In clude plans for emergency response, video assess ments, as well as environmental preparedness, emergency response equipment and supplies as sessments.

SRS CRISAFULLI, INC.

1610 Crisafulli Drive, P.O. Box 1051, Glendlve, MT

SOLINST CANADA LTD.

59330-1051 USA

35 Todd Road, Georgetown, ON L7G 4R8 (905)873-2255 Fax:(905)873-1992

(406)365-3393 Fax:(406)365-8088 Contact: Maureen A. Lundman, Manager, Mktg.

E-mail: instruments@solinst.com

Stormceplor' STORMCEPTOR GROUP OF COMPANIES

12 Madison Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 2S1

(800)565-4801,(416)960-9900 Fax:(416)960-5637 E-mail: tneff@stormceptor.com Web site: www.stormceptor.com Contact: Todd Neff, Engineering Director 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

Web site: www.solinst.com

STABLEX CANADA INC.

Contact: Jim Pianosi, Sales Manager Solinst manufactures high quality water level and water quality datalogging equipment for groundwater and surface water monitoring. The full range of in novative yet practical field instruments includes:

760 Industrial Blvd., Blainville, QC J7C 3V4

stream storm sewer. This prevents the re-suspension and scouring of trapped pollutants.

(450)430-9230 Fax:(450)430-4642 Contact: Richard DuFresne, VP, Sales

STROBIC AIR CORP.

STAMFORD SCIENTIFIC

water level meters, oil/water interface meters,

INTERNATIONAL, INC.

groundwater samplers, drive-point piezometers, and multilevel systems that allow detailed groundwater monitoring at a very reasonable price.

303 Mill Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 USA (845)454-8171 Fax:(845)454-8094 Contact: Tom Frankel, Project Manager

SOLTEK SOLAR ENERGY LTD.

STANDARDS COUNCIL OF CANADA

2 - 745 Vanalman Avenue, Victoria, BC V8Z 3B6

270 Albert Street, #200, Ottawa, ON K1P 6N7 (613)238-3222 Fax:(613)569-7808 Contact: Dawn Pickering

(250)727-7720 Fax:(250)727-2135 Contact: Rich Wayte, Industrial Sales & Design Mgr.

tONlC I

ISTANMECHl TECHNOLOGIES INC.

A Subsidiary of Met-Pro Corporation 160 Cassell Road, P.O. Box 144, Harleysville, PA 19438 USA (215)723-4700 Fax:(215)723-7401 Contact: Paul Tetley, VP, General Manager

SUMMA ENGINEERING LIMITED

6423 Northam Drive, Mississauga, ON L4V 1J2 (905)678-3388 Fax:(905)678-0444 E-mail: summa@idirect.com

Web site: www.summaeng.com Contact: G.A.(Redir) Obaji, Sales Manager

SONIC SOIL SAMPLING INC.

STANMECH TECHNOLOGIES INC.

668 Millway Avenue, Concord, ON L4K 3V2 (905)660-0501 Fax:(905)660-7143

944 Zeico Drive, Burlington, ON L7L 4Y3 (905)631-6161 Fax:(905)631-1852

E-mail: sonicss@ldirect.com Web site: www.sonicsoil.com

E-maii: information@stanmech.com Web site: www.stanmech.com

Contact: Alan Archibald, Vice President Sonic Soil Sampling Inc. has been helping the envi ronmental and mining industry throughout the world

Contact: Paul Subject, President Welding equipment for geomembrane applications. Our Leister line of automatic wedge welders, combi-

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Process control and instrumentation, chemical me

tering pumps, pH controi, turbidity, residual chlorine analyzers, suspended solids and sludge blanket monitors, magnetic, venturi and turbine flow meters, alarm dialers, particle counters, streaming current monitors, and dataloggers.

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers SUMMIT STRUCTURES

3815 Wanuskewin Road, Saskatoon, SK S7P 1A4

(877)413-7197 Fax:(877)413-7189 Contact: Sterling Mumaw, Natural Resource Ind. Mgr.

terrafix

of electric and pneumatic valve actuators. Also manufacturers representative for diaphragm valve and a complete range of filtration systems.

TERRAFIX® GEOSYNTHETICS INC.

TSI INCORPORATED

SUNTEC ENVIRONMENTAL

178 Bethrldge Road, Toronto, ON MOW 1N3

106 Rayette Road, Unit #1, Concord, ON L4K 2G3 (905)669-4450 Fax:(905)669-4451 Contact: Doug Reed, Product Sales Manager

(416)674-0363 Fax:(416)674-1159 E-mail: terrafix@terrafixgeo.com Web site: wvm.terrafixgeo.com Since 1973, Terrafix has been dedicated to offering

500 Cardigan Road, Shoreview, MN 55126 USA (800)777-8356 Fax:(651)490-2874

SYNTEC PROCESS EQUIPMENT LTD.

owners, engineers and contractors the correct choice of geosynthetic products and innovative tech nology. Manufacturer of geosynthetic clay liners (Bentofix®) and supplier of geotextiles, lining sys tems, reinforced soil with geogrids, pavement rein forcement, erosion control, drainage and moisture protection, sediment control, and lightweight pipe

68 Healy Road, Unit #1, Bolton, ON L7E 5A4

(905)951-8000,(800)375-0168 Fax:(905)951-8002 Contact: Roland Barbazza SYSTEMS PLUS

Box 839, New Hamburg, ON NOB 2G0 (519)634-5708 Fax:(519)634-5779 Contact: Garry Ruttan, President

21 Vulcan Street, Etobicoke, ON M9W 1L3 (416)248-0555 Fax:(416)248-8163 Contact: R.C.(Bob) Brownson, President TANKNOLOGY CANADA INC.

A19-6120-2 Street SE, Calgary, AB T2H 2L8 (403)258-0705 Fax:(403)258-0745 Contact: Linda McCaffrey, Director URECON LTD.

2132 - Fifteen Sideroad, Moffat, ON LOP 1J0 (905)854-9875 Fax:(905)854-0180

268 Lakeshore Rd. E., #625, Oakville, ON L6J 7S4 (905)257-3797 Fax:(905)257-9723 Contact: Carl Vreugde, Sales Manager

Contact: Michael Birks USABLUEBOOK THERMO-KINETICS COMPANY LIMITED

2650 Meadowvale Blvd., #12A, MIssissauga, ON L5N6M5 (905)819-8811 Fax:(905)819-8810

UNIGLOBE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS LTD.

systems. THE BIRKS COMPANY

T.D. ROOKE ASSOCIATES LIMITED

ULTRATECH INTERNATIONAL, INC. 9454-9 Phillips Hwy, Jacksonville, FL 32256 USA (800)353-1611,(904)292-1611 Fax:(904)292-1325 Contact: Mario Cruz, Project Manager

6740 Invader Crescent, MIssissauga, ON L5T 2B6 (800)268-0967,(905)670-2266 Fax:(905)670-8530

3781 Burwood Drive, Waukegan, IL 60085 USA (800)548-1234 Fax:(847)689-3030 Contact: Dan Mantilla, Export Manager

Contact: Jeff Delio, Vice President

Contact: Peter Suttierland, Vice President

USFILTER

TANKSAFE INC.

441 Main Street, P.O. Box 36, Sturbridge, MA 01566 USA (800)547-1202 Fax:(508)347-7049

#208, 3112 - 11th Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 7J1 (403)291-3937 Fax:(403)291-5125 Contact: Jon Johnston, Marketing Manager

TankTek Environmental Services Ltd. TANKTEK ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD.

16 Knox Street, Acton, ON L7J 1C7

(877)789-6224 Fax:(519)853-0064 E-mail: inquiries@tanktek.com Web site: www.tanktek.com

Contact: Thomas Burt, General Manager Precision leak detection testing on underground stor age tanks and associated lines. Professional envi ronmental engineering firm specializing in tank re movals and Innovative remediation methods.

USFILTER/JET TECH PRODUCTS

TRANS-CYCLE INDUSTRIES, INC. (TCI)

1051 Blake, Edwardsville, KS 66111 USA (913)422-7600 Fax:(913)422-7667 Contact: Shirley Reynolds, Marketing Coordinator

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

250 Royal Crest Court, Markham, ON L3R 3S1 (905)944-2819 Fax:(905)474-1334

Contact: Peter Demeter, VP, Sales/Mrktg., Cdn. Ops. Worldwide environmentally safe disposal of electri cal equipment including: Transformers, ballasts, PCB containing wastes. Full transportation serv ices.

TRANS ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC. P.O. Box 8001, Charlottesviile, VA 22901 USA (434)975-2872 Fax:(434)975-2972 Contact: Merrill Bishop, President

Contact: D. Burnett, President TEAM-1 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

TRENCHLESS DESIGN ENGINEERING LTD.

1650 Upper Ottawa St., Hamilton, ON L8W 3P2 (905)383-5550 Fax:(905)574-0492

43 James Street, Etobicoke, ON M8W 1L2 (416)503-1241 Fax:(416)503-1540 Contact: Ian Doherty, President

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. Ail classes of dangerous goods. Most extensive training program in Ontario for HazMat or fire teams. Owner and operator of The Emergency Services Training Academy. Part nerships with major fire departments. Responds to police, fire and industry. TECHSTAR PLASTICS INC.

15400 Old Simcoe Road, Port Perry, ON L9L 1L8 (800)263-7943 Fax:(905)985-0265 Contact: Cathy Arkles, Marketing Manager TEMPLEGATE INC.

115 Main Street S., Georgetown, ON L7G 3E5 (905)873-7309 Fax:(905)873-6424 Contact: Lawrence Earl TERRA NOVA INDUSTRIES

4115-72nd Avenue S.E., Calgary, AB T2C 2G5 (403)236-0800 Fax:(403)236-0803 Contact: Eli Negraeff, Sales and Marketing

Contact: Allen Vivian, Regional Manager See John Meunier/USFilter for complete listing USFILTER/RJ ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS

13100 Gregg Street, #B, Poway, CA 92064 USA (858)486-8500 Fax:(858)486-8501 Contact: Lori Adelman, Sales Coordinator USFILTER/WALLACE & TIERNAN

250 Royal Crest Court, Markham, ON L3R 3S1 (905)944-2800 Fax:(905)474-1660

Contact: George Matsugu, Marketing Manager

TRECAN COMBUSTION LIMITED

4049 St. Margaret's Bay Road, Hubley, NS B3Z1C2 (902)876-0457 Fax:(902)876-8275

E-mail: mltch@team-1.com Web site: www.team-1.com

USFILTER/JOHN MEUNIER

TRIO SOFTWARE CORPORATION

UV SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY INC.

#202-11 Burbidge Street, Coquitiam, BC V3K 7B2 (604)468-6200 Fax:(604)608-3268

Contact: Peter Z. Colak, VP, Sales & Marketing VACTOR MANUFACTURING

1621 S. Illinois Street, Streator, IL 61364 USA (815)672-3171 Fax:(815)672-2779 Contact: Tab Siegrist, Vaxjet Product Manager

401-1286 Homer Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 2Y5

VANTON PUMP & EQUIPMENT CORP.

(604)408-9831 Fax:(604)408-6464

201 Sweetland Ave., Hillside, NJ 07205-1793 USA (908)688-4216 Fax:(908)686-9314 Contact: Larry Lewis, Sales Manager

Contact: Bob Moore

TRI-PHASE ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

5-2325 Hurontario Street, #196, MIssissauga, ON L5A 4K4 (905)279-4906 Fax:(905)279-0381 Contact: Camille Atrache, General Manager

VEEDER-ROOT COMPANY

125 Powder Forest Drive. Simsbury, CT 06070 USA (860)651-2700 Fax:(860)651-2719 Contact: Eva Hoidenried, Marketing Comm. Mgr.

TROJAN TECHNOLOGIES INC.

3020 Gore Road, London, ON N5V 4T7

VERSATECH PRODUCTS INC.

(519)457-3400 Fax:(519)457-3030 Contact: Martha Nelson, Marketing Director

100-13720 Mayfield Place, Richmond, BC V6V 2E4 (604)271-7500 Fax:(604)271-7501 Contact: Rod Asher, Canadian Sales Manager

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Inc.

TROY-ONTOR INC.

230 Bayvlew Drive, Unit 1A, Barrie, ON L4N 5E9 (705)721-8246 Fax:(705)721-5851 E-mail: troy-ontor@troy-ontor.ca Contact: Martin Doyle, Sales Manager Specializing in valve activation for over 20 years. Both new and retrofit installations across Canada

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ctaulic* \u/9 Art^90O1 certified company

VICTAULIC COMPANY OF CANADA

65 Worcester Road, Rexdaie, ON MOW 5N7

(416)675-5575 Fax:(416)675-5565 E-mail: vcocsalessupport@victaulic.com Web site: www.victauiic.com

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers The Victaulic® piping system is known worldwide as the fastest method for mechanically joining pipe, proven with over 70 years of various applications including water and wastewater treatment systems. Advantages of Victaulic methods over flanging and threading include speed, ease of installation and servicing, reliability, noise and vibration attenuation.

Contact: Len Sukovietf, President

software includes products for both the design and

Our group of companies designs and supplies turn key water, industrial wastewater, sewage and recy cle systems. Our systems are modular, compact, economical and are designed with ease of opera tion In mind, as well as uncomplicated expansion, retrofitting or upgrading of water and effluent treat ment plants.

analysis of storm and wastewater projects. We also offer specialized software including our GIS mod

WAINBEE LIMITED

5789 Coopers Avenue, Mississauga, ON L4Z 3S6 (905)568-1700 Fax:(905)568-0083 Contact: John Bachmann, Marketing Manager

WELLS LAMONT CANADA

10 Bachelder Street, Stanstead, QC JOB 3E2

(800)567-2765,(819)876-7531 Fax:(819)876-5361 Contact: Andrew McKnight, Marketing Manager

WANNER ENGINEERING, INC.

1204 Chestnut Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55403 USA (800)369-4172,(612)332-5681 Fax:(612)332-6937 Contact: Payton Hage

WESSUC INC.

973 Alberton Road 8., Jerseyviile, ON LOR 1RO (519)752-0837 Fax:(519)752-0840

ule for XP-SWMM2000, and HECRAS/12D, our comprehensive civil package integrated with water resources.

YNC PIPE COUPLING CO.

1417-155 Baiiioi Street, Toronto, ON M4S 1C4 (416)489-4090 Fax:(416)489-9632 Contact: Richard (Dick) Troy, President YORK FLUID CONTROLS LIMITED

2 Westwyn Court, Brampton, ON L6T 4T5 (877)454-6066,(905)454-4013 Fax:(905)454-8423 Contact: Mike Knapman, General Manager

Contact: Hank Van Veen, Sales

ZCL

WESTBAY INSTRUMENTS INC.

115-949 West Third Street, North Vancouver, BC

V7P 3P7 (800)663-8770 Fax:(604)984-3538 Contact: Tobiah Rliey, Bus. Development, Canada

COMPOSITES INC. ZCL COMPOSITES INC.

WATERLINE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

4151 Morris Drive, #4, Burlington, ON L7L 5L5 (905)333-6604 Fax:(905)333-0368 E-maii: waterline@idirect.com

Contact: Stu Ferguson, President Waterline is a full-service contractor in supply and installation of petrochemical storage and distribu tion systems. Waterline is licensed with T.S.S.A. and all our mechanics have valid PM2 and PM3 ii-

WESTECH

6907 - 36th Street NW, Edmonton, AB T6B 2Z6

3625 South West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 USA (801)265-1000 Fax:(801)265-1080 Contact: Marshall Palm, Advertising

(800)661-8265,(780)466-6648 Fax:(780)466-6126 E-mail: rlchard.murphy@zcl.com

WESTECH INDUSTRIAL LTD.

240 Matheson Blvd. E., Mississauga, ON L4Z 1X1 (905)890-5265 Fax:(905)890-6213 Contact: Norman Williams, National Sales Manager

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.

WESTEEL THE

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WESTEEL LIMITED

Waterloo

Barrier Inc.

P.O. Box 792, 450 Desautels Road, Winnipeg, MB R3C 2N5 (204)233-7133 Fax:(204)235-0796

Waterfor the World

Web site: www.westeel.com WATERLOO BARRIER INC.

Contact: Bob Skull, President

ZENON ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

P.O. Box 385, Rockwood, ON NOB 2K0 (519)856-1352 Fax:(519)856-0759

Westeel designs and constructs a full range of pe troleum storage tanks and secondary containment systems. We also offer in-house repair services and retrofit of existing tanks for reconfiguration or up grading to meet current regulatory specifications. Our quality strategy is the ISO 9001 Series of qual ity assurance standards.

3239 Dundas Street West, Oakviile, ON L6M 4B2 (905)465-3030 Fax:(905)465-3050 E-mail: mstadnyc@zenonenv.com

E-mail: robin@waterioo-barrler.com Web site: www.waterloo-barrier.com

Contact: Robin Jowett, Manager Waterloo Barrier® is a containment wall for the con

trol of contaminated groundwater or soil gases. Formed of steel sheet piling with specially designed seaiabie joints, the Barrier offers a long service life, exceptionally low hydraulic conductivity, and documentabie construction quality assurance/control, installation is clean and rapid with minimal site dis turbance.

WESTFALIA SEPARATOR CANADA, INC. 5353 John Lucas Drive, Burlington, ON L7L 6G5 (905)319-3900 Fax:(905)319-3903 Contact: Ai Driver, Sales Mgr., Env. Technology WILLER ENGINEERING LIMITED

422 Consumers Road, Toronto, ON M2J 1P8

Waterloo Biofilter Systems Inc. on-site wastewate!• treatment

(877)935-3644,(416)499-4421 Fax:(416)499-0816 Contact: liana Keyes, Marketing Coordinator

WATERLOO BIOFILTER SYSTEMS INC.

P.O. Box 400, 143 Dennis Street, Rockwood, ON

WINTERS INSTRUMENTS

N0B2K0 (519)856-0757 Fax:(519)856-0759

121 Raliside Road, Toronto, ON M3A 1B2

E-maii: info@waterloo-biofilter.com Web site: www.waterloo-biofilter.com

(416)444-2345 Fax:(416)444-8979 Contact: Kyia Werrett, Marketing Coordinator

Contact: Craig Jowett, President The Waterloo Biofilter® is a free-draining, absorb ent trickling filter designed for efficient treatment of residential/communal sewage wastewaters and iandfiii leachate. The patented, light-weight, syn thetic filter medium optimizes physical properties for microbiai attachment and water retention. Impor tant features include long-term robustness, low maintenance, remote monitoring, and small space requirements.

WOLF EMAIL GMBH STORAGE TANKS

Web site: www.zenonenv.com

Contact: Michael Stadnyckyj, Corp. Development Membrane technologies for drinking water and wastewater treatment. The ZeeWeed® membrane

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 bio-reactor, the system is ideal for high-quality sewage treatment and wastewater recycle. ZIELINSKI GROUP INC.

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Contact: Christian Truhlar, Sales Manager

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ES&E's Directory of Environmental Products & Services See "Suppliers" Section (pg. 79)for address, etc., of any company listed in this section. ACTIVATED CARBON ADSORBENTS Anthrafiiter Media & Coal AWI Cartier Chemicals ClearTech Industries D&E Wholesale

EIMCO Process Equip. ELMRIDGE Engineering Environmental Dynamics ENV Treatment Systems

EIW Treatment Systems

ENViROCAN

Env. Remediation

Flexo Products

Equipment

C&M Environmental Tech. ClearTech industries D&E Wholesale

NORiT Americas

Fluidyne GDT Water Process Corp. Groupe Conseil Genivar H2Fiow Equipment Hydro-Logic Environmental

FiLCHEM Filter innovations

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment

Flex-Kleen Div. Fred Cressman Sales

Mixing Systems - c

ANALYZERS

Probiotic Solutions

Mixing Systems

Nemato - a,b,c,d

ABB inc.

RGF Environmental Group Sanitherm Engineering

Geneq

ONDEO Degremont

ACI Instrumentation

John Meunier/US Filter

Smith & Loveless

Waterworks Technologies Westech

KraemerTooi & Mfg. Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Met-Pro Corp. Monsanto Enviro-Chem

AIR DRYERS

Systems

- a,b,c,d

Pencon Equipment - a Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering - b Waterworks Technologies - a,b,c,d

KInecor

Nortech GSi

Wainbee

Novatech

AIR EMISSIONS

Rusmar Foam Technology Strobic Air Corp.

Wolf Email - b.d

Alberta Mequipco Amko Systems Aquatechniques Arizona Instrument

Arjay Engineering Ashtead Technology Rentals

Can-Am Instruments

Cancoppas

Nortech GSI

John Meunier/US Filter

Airmetrics

AIR STRIPPERS

ABB inc.

CHEMetrics ClearTech industries Endress + Hauser

Peacock

Kaidnes North America

ADI International

Sorbent Products Co.

KInecor Lambourne Environmental M. LeBlanc & Associates

Amko Systems GreenWare Env. Systems

Environmental Analytical Systems Env. Remediation

TESTING

ANALYTICAL EOUIPMENT

Novatech

Duali Division

Alberta Mequipco Amko Systems Aquatechniques

TSI Incorporated

Fabricated Plastics

Arizona instrument

Westech Industrial

Filter innovations

Azurix

Make-Way Plastics Mixing Systems

D&E Wholesale

MTS/Mass Transfer

AIR FILTERS Airmetrics

GDT Water Process Corp. Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Metcon Sales & Eng. Sanitherm Engineering

Arjay Engineering Ashtead Technology

ACTIVATEO CARBON REGENERATORS

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment

Systems

Parkson

ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems

ABSORBENTS

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

FILCHEM

ADI international

Sanitaire

NORiT Americas

Nortech GSi

ONDEO Degremont ADSORBENTS/

Arcus Absorbents Can-Ross Environmental Services Cartier Chemicals D&E Wholesale

EARTH (Canada) FILCHEM

compressors covers

ClearTech industries

Nortech GSI

Endress + Hauser

Nova Analytical Systems

Sanitherm Engineering

KInecor

c.

mixers

Smith & Loveless

KraemerTooi & Mfg.

Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c Aqua Technical Sales -

Environmental Analytical Systems

Omega Engineering

Spaans Babcock

Labcor

US Filter

Peacock

Zorbit Technologies AERATION SYSTEMS

ABS Pumps Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

d.

tanks

a,b,c.d Archer Technical

USA BlueBook AIR POLLUTION

Wainbee Westech

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

Sorbent Products Co. Versatech Products

Metcon Sales & Eng. MIDAC Corp.

a. b.

International Spill

Pigmaiion Env. Safety Express

CHEMetrics

KInecor Labcor

Keystone Filter Div.

AEROBIC DIGESTION

M.J. international NORIT Americas

Cancoppas

Equipment Hach Hanna Instruments

Chemtrac Systems

Flexo Products

Loraday Env. Products

Rentals Can-Am Instruments

Enviro Rentals

ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS

Gator International Products

Clean Gas Systems

CONTROL EOUIPMENT ABB inc. ADI international Airmetrics

Equip. - c C&M Environmental

Tech. - b,c Columbian TecTank - d

Novatech

Equipment Geneq

Peacock PerkinEimer Instruments ProMinent Fluid Controls

Hach Hanna instruments

Prostar Technologies Quantum Analytical

Env. Remediation

Labcor

instruments

Metcon Sales & Eng. MIDAC Corp.

Scott Specialty Gases

Nortech GSI

Summa Engineering

Arizona instrument

Donson Eng. & Contracting - b,d

C&M Environmental Tech. Columbian TecTank

Ashlead Technology

EIMCO Process

Nova Analytical Systems

Thermo-Kinetlcs

Rentals

Equip. - b,c

Novatech

TSI incorporated

ENV Treatment Systems

Cancoppas

ENV Treatment

Peacock

US Filter/Wallace &

ENVIROCAN

Chlorinators Inc.

Environmental Dynamics

Clean Gas Systems

ENViROCAN - b

Flexo Products

Duail Division Eco Waste Solutions

Fluidyne - c

Fluidyne

Systems - b,c Fabricated Plastics - b,d

PerkinEimer instruments

Prostar Technologies Quantum Analytical Instrumenyi Scott Specialty Gases

Siva & Associates

Tiernan

Westech Industrial

Wilier Engineering

GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver - b,c Greatario - b,c,d

The Birks Co.

Green Turtle Technologies H2Fiow Equipment

ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems

H2Fiow Equipment - a,b,c ITT Fiygt - c

TSi Incorporated

AQUIFERS

John Meunler/US Filter

Fabricated Plastics

John Meunier/

Westech Industrial

Make-Way Plastics

Filter innovations

US Filter - b,c

Wilier Engineering

a. artificial recharge b. clean-up c. design

Gator International Greatario

ANTI-SCALE DEVICE ClearTech industries

Thermo-Kinetlcs

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Guide to Environmental Products & Services d. replenishment equip.

BIOSGLIDS MGMT.

CHEMICAL MIXERS

John Meunler/US Filter

EnvirOzone

Allmax Professional

Alberta Mequlpco Aquarius Services

Met-Pro Corp. M. LeBlanc & Associates

Technologies - b

Solutions

International Water

Azurix

Directrik

Nemato

Supply - a,c Pall Corporation - a,d Regenesis - b

Dagex Eluldyne

ELMRIDGE Engineering Floval Equipment Hayward Gordon

ONDEO Degremont

ENVIROCAN

Waterloo Barrier - b

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

Indachem

Groupe Consell Genivar H2EI0W Equipment

Labcor

ASBESTOS a. removal

b. survey Aquablast - a

John Meunler/US Filter Lambourne Environmental

Detox Environmental - a

Markland Specialty Eng. Pro Aqua + Shadrack

General Env. Group - a

Probiotic Solutions

Restoration Env. Contractors

Services - a,b Tri-Phase Environmental

Peacock Service Filtration USA BlueBook York Fluid Controls CHEMICALS

BLOWERS

(sewage treatment) Air Liquids

Alberta Mequlpco AWi

ATAD PROCESSING

EFD Solutions

Alberta Mequlpco ENV Treatment Systems

ELMRIDGE Engineering

Carus Chemical ClearTech Industries

Colgate-Palmolive Eaglebrook MEGA-LAB Mfg. MlOX Corp.

ENVIROCAN Fabricated Plastics

Probiotic Solutions

ENVIROCAN

John Meunler/US Filter

H2FI0W Equipment

CHEMICALS

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

HETEK Solutions Hibon Hoffman Industries

(water treatment) Air Liquide

US Filter

PJ Hannah Equipment Sales

Pro Aqua + Shadrack RGF Environmental Group Sanitaire Smith & Loveless US Filter

Revere Control

a. digester b. lagoon c. ponds d. products e. sludge Aquablast-a,b,c,d,e Dagex - a,b,c,e Detox Environmental - e

EPCOR Water Services - b Lambourne Environmental

NORIT Americas Praxair Canada

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Equipment Pencon Equipment Sanitherm Engineering

The BIrks Co.

USA BlueBook

Severn Trent De Nora Stiies-Kem Div.

Alberta Mequlpco Aquarius Services ENV Treatment Systems

CHLORINATION

Flexo Products

b. monitoring c. pseudonomus, algae d. water quality

BOXES (meter, valve, service, etc.) The Birks Co.

Can-Am Instruments - b

ClearTech Industries - c,d FILCHEM-d

CATCH BASIN COMPONENTS

Geneq - a Hach - a,b,c,d

Centennial Concrete Pipe

International Water

Con Cast Pipe

Supply - b,d MEGA-LAB Mfg. - c,d

Fred Cressman Sales M.J. International

Nortech GSI - a,b,d

Scarborough Supply

& Products

ProMinent Fluid

Controls - a,b,d RGF Environmental

Zenon Environmental - a,d BIOFILTERS

Green Turtle Technologies

Metcon Sales & Eng. MlOX Corp. ProMinent Fluid Controls

Sanitherm Engineering Severn Trent De Nora

CENTRIFUGES

Summa Engineering

Alberta Mequlpco

US Filter/Wallace &

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales

Aqua Technical Sales

COAGULATION SYSTEMS

Indachem

CEMENT

Alfa Laval Andrltz-Ruthner

- a,b,c,d,e Wessuc - a,b,c,d,e

Alberta Mequlpco ASI Group

St. Lawrence Cement

Group - d

- a,b,c,e Probiotic Solutions

SYSTEMS

C&M Environmental Tech. Chlorinators Inc. ClearTech Industries D&E Wholesale Endress + Hauser indachem John Meunler/US Filter KInecor

Tiernan

USA BlueBook

Millennium Control

Parkson

IPEX

Waterworks Technologies

HETEK Solutions

PJ Hannah Equipment

CLEANING

National Process

e-coli

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment - a,b,c,d,e Metcon Sales & Eng. - b,c

Labtronics - d

Quorum Technologies - d

Floval Equipment

BACTERIA

Dagex ENV Treatment Systems Floval Equipment H2FI0W Equipment

ONDEO Degremont

Wolf Email

EPCOR Water Services

a.

Systems - d Hydromantis - d

Omega Engineering - b,d

Canada

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment

Wainbee

GreenWare Env.

Environmental John Meunier/US Filter M. LeBlanc & Associates

D&E Wholesale

Regenesis

GESCAN-a,b,c,d

Westech

KInecor Labcor

Plastl-Fab

GemTeck Env. Software - d

Hydro-Logic

BACKFLOW PREVENTION

Colgate-Palmolive Eaglebrook MlOX Corp.

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services Aquatechnlques Archer Technical Equip.

Waterworks Technologies

Cartier Chemicals - d

Cartier Chemicals Carus Chemical ClearTech Industries

Donson Eng. & Contracting - a,b,c,d

Arlat Env.

Westfalia Separator

US Filter

ClearTech Industries Directrik

-a

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Wessuc

Safety Express - a TankTek Environmental

KInecor

Parkson

COMBINEO SEWER OVERFLOW EQUIPMENT

Power Plant Supply Sanitherm Engineering

Sales

- a,b,c,d,e Nortech GSI - c

Peacock - b,c

Systems - b.c Siemens Milltronics - a,b

Sanitherm Engineering

Siva & Associates - d

US Filter

Summa Engineering

COMMINUTORS/

Thermo-Kinetics

GRINDERS

Waterworks Technologies

Alberta Mequlpco Dagex ENV Treatment Systems

XP Software - d

- a,b,c,d

-c

CONTAINER SERVICES

ENVIROCAN GET Industries GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver

Alrange Container Svcs. ENV Treatment Systems

JWC Environmental

Techstar Plastics

KInecor Peacock

CONTRACTING

Sanitherm Engineering

Aquablast

COMMUNICATIONS

Corm Construction Sewer & Watermain

a.

Environmental

equipment

Management Solutions

Bristol Babcock - a

Canadian Safety Equip. - a ClearTech Industries Peacock - a Siemens Milltronics - a

EPCOR Water Services

Focus Env. Group GSI Environment Insitu Groundwater Contractors

COMPARATORS

KInecor

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Tri-Phase Environmental

COMPOSTING

CONTRACT OPERATIONS Azurix Environmental

Smith & Loveless

Summa Engineering Waterworks Technologies

Alberta Mequlpco Groupe Consell Genivar

Management Solutions

US Filter

COATINGS

BEI Pecal

Blastal Coating Svcs. Cartier Chemicals Cellcote Corrosion Control/SGL ACOTEC Denso North America

EPCOR Water Services Fabricated Plastics

Interprovinciai Corrosion Control IPE Associates Peacock

COMPRESSED GASES

Air Liquide Environmental Analytical Systems

EPCOR Water Services John Meunier/US Filter Peacock

Zlelinski Group

Scott Specialty Gases

CONTROL EQUIPMENT a. flow b. level

COMPRESSORS

c.

Directrik

d. pressure

ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

e.

pump

f.

temperature

Praxair Canada

motor

Hoffman Industries

ABB Inc. - a,b,d,f

KInecor

ABS Pumps - e

Pencon Equipment

ACI Instrumentation

Brentwood Industries

Azurix

Ecoflo Ontario

Consolidated Giroux

ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment

Dagex ENV Treatment Systems

John Meunler/US Filter

ENVIROCAN

CLARIFIERS

ONDEO Degremont

Filter Innovations

Green Turtle Technologies H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales

COLLECTORS

Peacock

Arlat Environmental C&M Environmental Tech.

Arlat Env. C&M Environmental Tech.

Clean Gas Systems ENV Treatment Systems

Equip. Corp.

Dagex Ecodyne EIMCO Process Equip. ENV Treatment Systems

Enviro Vault GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

BIOREMEOIATION a. sediment Eco Ethic - a

John Meunler/US Filter

ENVIROCAN

H2Fiow Equipment

Labcor

F.B. Leopold Co.

International Water

MTS/Mass Transfer

Environmental Mgmt.

Systems Omega Engineering ONDEO Degremont Sanitherm Engineering Westfalia Separator

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver Greatario

John Meunier/US Filter

AC! Instrumentation - b Allmax Professional Solutions - d Amadeus International - d

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

KraemerTool & Mfg.

Aquatechnlques - a,b,c,d

Davis Controls -

Parkson

Bristol Babcock-a,b,c,d,e

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Chemtrac Systems

a,b,c.d,e,f Endress + Hauser - a,b,d,f

RPR Environmental

Chlorinators Inc. - b

ENV Treatment Systems

Trans Environmental Sys.

Davis Controls - b,c

Sanitherm Engineering Smith & Loveless Waterloo Biofilter

Systems Waterworks Technologies

Solutions - a Gator International - a

General Env. Group Probiotic Solutions - a

Regenesis 96

Environmental

Indachem International Reserve

Canada

CLARIFIER COMPONENTS Ford Hall

Environmental international Reserve

Equip. Corp.

SAN-NOR Concrete Products

Wolf Email

Wainbee

Alberta Mequlpco

Supply

COMPUTERS & CONTROL SYSTEMS a. hardv/are

- a,b,d.f

Air Liquide - a Aquatechnlques - a,b,e Arjay Engineering - a,b Ashtead Technology

b.

programmable

ASI Group - a,b,c,d,e,f

c. d.

controllers SCADA software

e.

web sites

Can-Am Instruments

Rentals-a,b,e Bristol Babcock

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

Cancoppas - a,b,c,d,e,f Chlorinators Inc. - a

Control Microsystems

- a,b

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Guide to Environmental Products & Services Environmental Analytical Systems - a,b Flovai Equipment - a,b,c,tf,e,f GESCAN - a,b,c,(t,e,f H2Fiow Equipment - a,b Hanna Instruments - b,e,f H. Fontaine - a,b IFF Associates

- a,b,c,cl,e,f

Dag ex ENV Treatment Systems H2Fiow Equipment Hydro-Logic Environmental IFF Associates John Meunier/US Filter Kinecor M. LeBlanc & Associates Parkson

ITT Flygt - a,b,e

Peacock

Kinecor

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering Spaans Babcock

Labcor - a,b,c,cl,e,f LE. Washington Sales - a,b,c,cl,e

Metcon Sales & Eng. -a,b,cl,f Millennium Control

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

Nortech GSi - a,b,cl,e,f Ocean Sensor

COOLING TOWERS/ CONOENSERS

Alberta Mequipco Aquabiast Clean Gas Systems Ecodyne ELMRIDGE Engineering IFF Associates John Meunier/US Filter Nemato

ProMlnent Fluid

Waterworks Technologies

Controls - a,b,d,e - a,b

Revere Control Systems Scientific Technologies - a,b,d

Scott Specialty Gases - a,d Siemens Militronics

- a,b,d

Siva & Associates - a,b,d,f SJE-Rhombus - b

Southwell Controls - a,b,d Sterling Power Systems - c Summa Engineering - a,b,o,d,e,f The Birks Co. - a,b,d,e Thermo-Klnetics US Filter

USA BlueBook - a,b,e Veeder-Root - e Westech Industrial

Wilier Engineering - a,b,d,f CONTROL PANELS

Arjay Engineering Bristol Babcock Can-Am Instruments

Cancoppas Directrik

Donson Eng. & Contracting ENV Treatment Systems GESCAN

ITT Flygt

Millennium Control Novatech

Omega Engineering Power Plant Supply Revere Control Systems Siva & Associates

John Meunier/US Filter

Keystone Filter Div.

Aiimax Professional

Can-Am Instruments - a,b

Metcon Sales & Eng. MiOX Corp.

Solutions - a,b,d Amko Systems - a,c Aquatechniques - a,c,d Ashtead Technology

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

MS Fiiter/RAL Engineering

Rentals - c

Bristol Babcock - a,b,c,d Can-Am Instruments - a,c Cancoppas - a,b,c,d GemTeck Env. Software

automatic alarm

Millennium Control - a Siva & Associates - d

Summa Engineering - a,b DISINFECTION EQUIP.

Praxair Canada

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

(digester, etc.) Alberta Mequipco C&M Environmental Tech.

Columbia Geosystems ENV Treatment Systems ENViROCAN GL&V/Dorr-Oliver Greatario

H2Fiow Equipment John Meunier/US Filter

Layfield Group MSU Mississauga Nemato Novatech

Plasti-Fab Sandborn Internal

Floating Roofs Westech

Trojan Technologies

Azurix BEI Pecal

Hanna Instruments - c

US Filter

Environmental

US Filter/Wallace &

Management Solutions EnvirOzone Technologies

HETEK Solutions - a,b,c,d Hoskin Scientific - a,c Miiiennium Control - a,c Nortech GSi - a,b,c

Omega Engineering - a,c Peacock - a,b,c,d - a,b,c,d

Tech.

ENV Treatment Systems EnvirOzone Technologies GDT Water Process Corp. H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

DECHLORINATORS

MiOX Corp. ONDEO Degremont

Alberta Mequipco

Ozonia North America

C&M Environmental Tech.

Pali Corporation Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Cancoppas

ENV Treatment Systems

HETEK Solutions

DUST CDLLECTIDN

PCB Disposal Regenesis

Aquabiast Clean Gas Systems

Spill Management

ClearTech Industries Duail Division

ENV Treatment Systems Fiex-Kleen Div. IFF Associates Kinecor

KraemerTooi & Mfg. PJ Hannah Equipment

SAiC Canada TankTek Environmental Services Team-1 Environmental Services Tri-Phase Environmental Waterline Env. Services

Layfield Group Presto Products

The Birks Co. US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan

US Filter US Filter/Wallace &

ELMRIDGE Engineering GDT Water Process Corp.

Sanitherm Engineering

Tiernan

Sales

ERDSIDN CDNTRDL PRDDUCTS Armtec

Rusmar Foam Technology SAN-NOR Concrete Products

UV Systems Technology

insitu Groundwater Contractors

Metcon Sales & Eng.

EVAPDRATQRS

Aquabiast

DREDGES/DREDGING

Service Filtration

a.

Detox Environmental

Azurix

Environmental

EJECTDRS a. sewage

Alberta Mequipco - a Aquabiast - a Donson Eng. & Contracting - a

DECOMMISSIONING

Focus kv. Group

Clamex Env. Consolidated Giroux ENViROCAN

General Env. Group

IMS

Tri-Phase Environmental

Kinecor

Management Solutions

Lambourne Environmental

Aqua Technical Sales - a ELMRIDGE Engineering Kinecor - a National Process

Equipment - a

DEGRITTERS

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

DRILLING SERVICES International Water

Smith & Loveless - a USA BlueBook

C&M Environmental Tech.

Supply Sonic Soil Sampling

ELECTRIC MDTDRS

concrete

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

kvironmental John Meunier/US Filter

ONDEO Degremont Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering

Labcor- a

RGF Environmental

Group - a Westfalia Separator Canada - a FANS

America EFD Solutions GESCAN international Water

Aquabiast

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services

Kinecor Labcor

Strobic Air Corp.

LE. Washington Sales Power Plant Supply

FEEDERS (chemical) Alberta Mequipco Cancoppas

AWI

Chemtrac Systems Chlorinators inc. ClearTech Industries D&E Wholesale

Westech

EIMCO Process Equip.

Supply

SEW-Eurodrive

Sterling Power Systems

Duall Division Fabricated Plastics IFF Associates Kinecor

USA BlueBook

Carus Chemical ClearTech Industries

Endress + Hauser

EMERGENCY RESPDNSE

ELMRIDGE Engineering

ENV Treatment Systems EnvirOzone Technologies

Aquabiast ASI Group Canadian Safety Equip.

Hanna instruments indachem

Wilier Engineering

IFF Associates

John Meunier/US Filter

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

ONDEO Degremont Sanitherm Engineering

H2FI0W Equipment

CONVEYORS

Alberta Mequipco

King Metal Fabricators MakLoc Buildings MSU Mississauga

Hanna Instruments

Arlat Env.

Terra Nova Industries

Smith & Loveless Westech

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2002

Flexo Products - a John Meunier/US Filter - a

BNA Bonfigiioii North

Smith & Loveless US Filter

OEMINERALIZERS

wastewater

DRINKING WATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT ACi instrumentation ADi international

Hassan keel Fabricators

Berlie Technologies Fabgroups Technologies

Gator International

AWI

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services Ecodyne

USA BlueBook Westech

Groups Conseii Genivar

EDUCTDRS

steel fabricated

CUSTOM METAL FABRICATING

DRUM CDMPACTDRS

Summa Engineering Trojan Technologies

c.

- a,d

Focus Env. Group

Metcon Sales & Eng. Summa Engineering

EIMCO Process Equip. ENV Treatment Systems Fluidyne

& Products

Filter Innovations

Westech Zenon Environmental

Severn Trent De Nora Smith & Loveless

polyethylene precast reinforced

Con Cast Pipe - b KWH Pipe - a Scarborough Supply - a Terrafix Geosynthetics

Tiernan

ASI Group

Chlorinators Inc. ClearTech Industries Indachem John Meunier/US Filter

a. b.

Centennial Concrete Pipe

REMEDIATIDN

Cancoppas

Directrik

Armtec - a,c

ENVIRDNMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENTS &

Chlorinators Inc. ClearTech Industries Davnor Water Treatment

CULVERTS

d. reiining Aquabiast

Employment Svcs. Peacock

C&M Environmental Tech.

Siva & Associates - a,b,c Soiinst Canada - a,c

COVERS/ENCLOSURES

EMPLDYMENT SERVICES CanadianEnvironmental.com Career Advancement

PCI Membrane Systems

Air Liquide Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales

Corrpro Canada

SAN-NOR Concrete Products

ONDEO Degremont Pali Corporation

ACI Instrumentation

Environmental indachem John Meunier/US Filter Kinecor

Control

Novatech

Parkson

Renaissance Instruments - c

GDT Water Process Corp. interprovincial Corrosion

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Geneq - a,c GESCAN-a,b,c,d

PerkinEimer instruments

Dense North America Fabricated Plastics

Kinecor Labcor

RSP international SAIC Canada Team-1 Environmental Services Wessuc Zenon Environmental

ProMlnent Fluid Controls Smith & Loveless Stiies-Kem Div.

- b,d

SJE-Rhombus

Sterling Power Systems Summa Engineering Troy-Ontor

d.

CORROSION PREVENTION Carus Chemical

Kinecor

LE. Washington Sales Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Metcon Sales & Eng. Met-Pro Corp.

DIALERS

a. microprocessor b. synthesized voice c. tape

Endress + Hauser - a,b,c

Systems - b Omega Engineering - a,b,cl,e,f Peacock - a,b,c,d,e,f

Renaissance instruments

DATA

a. acquisition b. analysis c. loggers d. management

EPCOR Water Services Filter innovations

GDT Water Process Corp.

Hach Indachem

Directrik

Cartier Chemicals Davnor Water Treatment Tech. Detox Environmental Environmental

Management Solutions Fielding Chemical Tech.

Kinecor

Metcon Sales & Eng. Peacock

Sanitherm Engineering Summa Engineering US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan USA BlueBook

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Guide to Environmental Products & Services FILTER EQUIPMENT ADI International

NORIT Americas Nortech GSI

Alberta Mequlpco Amlad Filtration Systems

ONDEO Degremont

FLOCCULATORS/MIXERS

Andritz-Ruthner

Peacock PHIX

Alberta Mequlpco Aquarius Services ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services

Pigmallon Env. RGF Environmental Group

Flexo Products GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver

AWi

Berlie Technologies

Service Filtration US Filter

Green Turtle Technologies Hayward Gordon

C&M Environmental Tech.

Walnbee

Chemtrac Systems

Zenon Environmental

Indachem John Meunier/US Filter Kinecor

D&E Wholesale

ENV Treatment Systems

AWI

Westech

Fabricated Plastics

C&M Environmental Tech.

Wolf Email York Fluid Controls

Floval Equipment FI2FI0W Equipment International Reserve

Equip. Corp. international Water

Supply IPF Associates John Meunier/US Filter

Keystone Filter Div. Kinecor

KraemerTool & Mtg. Labcor

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Metcon Sales & Eng. Metlag Division

Eco Ethic

Ecodyne ENV Treatment Systems ENVIROCAN Fabricated Plastics

F.B. Leopold Co. FILCHEM

Filter Innovations Flexo Products

Fluidyne Hydro-Logic Environmental international Water

Supply

M. LeBlanc & Associates

IPF Associates John Meunler/US Filter

MS Filter/RAL Engineering

Keystone Filter Div.

NORIT Americas

Kinecor

ONDEO Degremont

KraemerTool & Mtg.

Orivai Water Filters

Labcor

Pall Corporation

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Mefiag Division Metcon Sales & Eng.

Parkson

PCI Membrane Systems Peacock

Sanitherm Engineering

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Service Filtration Sethco Div.

MS Filter/RAL Engineering NORIT Americas

US Filter

ONDEO Degremont

USA BlueBook

Orivai Water Filters

Walnbee

Parkson

Waterworks Technologies Westech Zenon Environmental

FILTER MEDIA

Alberta Mequlpco Anthrafilter Media & Coal

Aqua Technical Sales Aquablast AWI

BEI Pecal

ClearTech Industries D&E Wholesale

FLOORING Ceilcote Corrosion Control/SGL ACOTEC SAN-NDR Concrete Products

Peacock

PJ Hannah Equipment Sales

RGF Environmental Group Sanitherm Engineering Service Filtration Sethco Div. Smith & Loveless

Troy-Ontor US Filter Walnbee

Waterworks Technologies Westech York Fluid Controls Zenon Environmental

Omega Engineering

Michael Sluice Gate Svcs. Plasti-Fab

Ashtead Technology

Peacock

Wolf Email

Summa Engineering TSI Incorporated US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan USA BlueBook

Wilier Engineering

FLUMES ACI Instrumentation

Aquatechniques Can-Am Instruments

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services Baycor Fibre Tech

ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems

C&M Environmental Tech.

Floval Equipment Geneq Labcor

Omega Engineering Peacock Plastl-Fab ProMinent Fluid Controls Siva & Associates USA BlueBook Winters Instruments GENERATORS - electrical

FLOTATION SYSTEMS

Fabricated Plastics John Meunier/US Filter

ENV Treatment Systems

Metcon Sales & Eng.

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

Nortech GSI

Green Turtle Technologies H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

Plastl-Fab

Renaissance Instruments Siemens Militronlcs

irr Flygt USA BlueBook

EARTH (Canada) ELMRIDGE Engineering Environmental

Management Solutions Env. Remediation

Equipment EnvirOzone Technologies Filter Innovations

Focus Env. Group GDT Water Process Corp. Geneq H2Fiow Equipment Insitu Groundwater Contractors International Water

Supply John Meunier/US Filter Kinecor

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Nortech GSI Parkson

FILCHEM Fred Cressman Sales Lambourne Environmental

Layfield Group

GRIT COLLECTION

Parkson

Air Liquide Alberta Mequlpco Amko Systems

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales

Presto Products

Regenesis SAIC Canada

Sanitherm Engineering US Filter

Waterloo Barrier Westech

Terrafix Geosynthetics

Arlat Env.

Arizona Instrument

BEI Pecal

Arjay Engineering Ashtead Technology

C&M Environmental Tech.

Rentals FLOW METER CALIBRATION

BW Technologies Canadian Safety Equip.

ABB Inc.

Can-Am Instruments

ACI Instrumentation

Cancoppas

Amko Systems

Chlorlnators Inc. Controlotron

C&M Environmental Tech.

Rentals CHEMetrics

Pall Corporation

GAS DETECTION

Westech

REMEDIATION/EOUIP.

Columbia Geosystems ENV Treatment Systems

ONDEO Degremont Power Plant Supply Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering Waterworks Technologies

GROUNDWATER

Armtec

Summa Engineering USA BlueBook

Westbay Instruments

GEOTEXTILES

Environmental Indachem John Meunier/US Filter M. LeBlanc & Associates

Nemato

Troy-Ontor

ADI International

Siemens Milltronics Siva & Associates Southwell Controls

Smith & Loveless US Filter

Davnor Water Treatment Tech.

H. Fontaine

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Alberta Mequlpco Amiad Filtration Systems Aqua Technical Sales

Dagex

Nortech GSI

GAUGES Chemline Plastics Davis Controls

EIMCO Process Equip. Ecodyne

Filter Innovations Flexo Products

L.E. Washington Sales Marsh-McBirney Metcon Sales & Eng. Neptune Technology

Scott Specialty Gases

ADI International Alrmetrics

D&E Wholesale

Armtec

Nortech GSI Novatech Sollnst Canada USA BlueBook Veeder-Root

BNW Valve Mfg. ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems Floval Equipment

Parkson

Davnor Water Treatment Tech.

Cancoppas

Armour Valve

Peacock

Mixing Systems

F.B. Leopold Co.

Hach HETEK Solutions Labcor

Power Plant Supply

FILTERS

FILCHEM

GATES (shear, sluice, etc.)

ProMinent Fluid Controls Renaissance Instruments

Dagex

EFD Solutions

Floval Equipment Geneq

Dagex ENV Treatment Systems Fluidyne

HAZARDOUS WASTE a. collection

b. c. d. e. f. g.

disposal management storage training transfer facility treatment

A&A Sheet Metal Products/SECURALL

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

Safety Storage Equip.

Green Turtle Technologies H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

-c,d

Environmental

Alrange Container Svcs. - d

Aquablast - a,b

Environmental Analytical Systems

John Meunler/US Filter

BEI Pecal - c

Controlotron

ONDEO Degremont

Endress + Hauser

Env. Remediation

Parkson

Bennett Environmental - g Cartier Chemicals - g

EPCOR Water Services

Equipment GDT Water Process Corp. Geneq

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering

Detox Environmental

Smith & Loveless US Filter Westech

Enviro Vault - d

Cancoppas

HETEK Solutions

Metcon Sales & Eng. Neptune Technology Peacock

HETEK Solutions Industrial Scientific

Summa Engineering

Labcor

FLOW METERS

Lumidor Safety Products Metcon Sales & Eng. MIDAC Corp.

ABB Inc.

GROUNDWATER

MONITORING Allmax Professional Solutions

- a,b,c,d,e,f,g Environmental Mgmt. Solutions - a,b,c,d,e,f

Filter Innovations - g Gary Steacy Dismantling -b,f

General Env. Group - a,b,g Hassan Steel Fabricators - d

ACI Instrumentation

Nortech GSI

Aquatechniques Ashtead Technology

Nova Analytical Systems Novatech

Aquatechniques Arjay Engineering

H2FI0W Equipment - g

Rentals AWI

Omega Engineering

CHEMetrios

IPF Associates

Fabricated Plastics

FIRE HYDRANTS EPCOR Water Services

Peacock

F.B. Leopold Co.

Mueller Canada

- a,b,c,d,e,f,g John Meunler/US Filter - g MakLoc Buildings - d

FIRE PROTECTION & DETECTION SYSTEMS

Cancoppas

Prostar Technologies Safety Express Scott Specialty Gases

Environmental Analytical Systems

FILCHEM Filter Innovations Flexo Products International Water

C&M Environmental Tech. Can-Am Instruments Chemline Plastics

Siva & Associates

Env. Remediation

ASI Group Cancoppas

Controlotron

Summa Engineering

M. LeBlanc &

D&E Wholesale Davis Controls

Team-1 Environmental

Equipment Geneq Hach

US Filter/Wallace &

Pall Corporation - g Proeco - a,b,c,d,e,f,g

Davnor Water Treatment Tech.

EARTH (Canada) ENV Treatment Systems

Supply John Meunier/US Filter

IPEX

Kinecor

IPF Associates

Dynasonics

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Mefiag Division

Novatech

Endress + Hauser

Peacock

Environmental Analytical Systems

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Safety Express

Services

Environmental

Management Solutions

Hanna Instruments

HETEK Solutions International Water

Tiernan

USA BlueBook

Wilier Engineering

Supply

Material Resource

Recovery - a,b,c,d,e,f,g Associates - g

RPR Environmental

- a,b,c,d,f SEI Industries - a

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Guide to Environmental Products & Services Team-1 Environmental Svcs. - 8 Techstar Plastics - d

Trans-Cycle Industries - a,b,c,d,f,g HEAT EXCHANGERS Alfa Laval

Aquablast C&M Environmental Tech. Directrik

ENV Treatment Systems Flexo Products IPF Associates John Meunler/US Filter Kinecor

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Allmax Professional

Solutions - g Amko Systems - a,b,d Aquatechnlques - c,g,h Arizona Instrument - s

Arjay Engineering - g,s,u Ashtead Technology Rentals - a,c,d,g,h,j,r,u Bristol Babcock - b,q BW Technologies - q Can-Am Instruments - c,u Cancoppas - a,b,c,dJ,m,o,p,q,s,u

ONDEO Degremont

ClearTech Industries

Waterworks Technologies

- cJ,n,o,u

HOSES

Enviro Rentals

Environmental Analytical Systems - a,b,c,d,g,h,l, m,o,p,q,r,s,t,u

SYSTEMS/EQUIPIVIENT

Env. Remediation

Alberta Mequlpco Amko Systems Aqua Technical Sales

Equipment Fabricated Plastics - q F.B. Leopold Co. - q Floval Equipment - k,o Folio Instruments - c,n,s Geneq - a,b,c,d,f,g,h,

Bennett Environmental Eco Wlaste Solutions

Gary Steacy Dismantling GL&V/Dorr-Oliver John Meunler/US Filter

Metcon Sales & Eng. Met-Pro Corp. ONDEO Degremont Trecan Combustion US Filter

Filter Innovations John Meunler/US Filter Smith & Loveless

Dynasonlcs -1 Endress + Flauser - c,o,r,u

INCINERATOR

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services Ecodyne ENV Treatment Systems

CHEMetrlcs - u

Davis Controls - c

Labcor York Fluid Controls

ION EXCHANGE SYSTEMS

Chemtrac Systems

Westech

ENV Treatment Systems

AIG Environmental - a,b DPIC Companies-a,b Pro-Form Insurance - a,b

n.o.p.r.u

Hach - c,g,o,u Hanna Instruments

- b,c,g,l,q,r,u Heron Instruments - g HETEK Solutions

- b,g,m,s Hoskin Scientific

IRON REMOVAL PLANTS

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment International Water

Supply Metcon Sales & Eng. ONDEO Degremont Smith & Loveless

Waterworks Technologies IRON REMOVAL SYSTEMS ADI International

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services

Rentals Cartier Chemicals

- a,b,c,m,p,q Labcor-a,b,c,d,g,h,k,m,

GDT Water Process Corp.

Safety Express Scott Specialty Gases TSI Incorporated

International Water

Supply

Cancoppas

b. separators Can-Am Instruments - b

a.

closure

Floval Equipment

b. c. d.

construction gas compressors leachate treatment

Hanna Instruments Labcor

Cretex Specialty Products - a,b

e. operations Air Liquids - c ASI Group - a,b,c,d,e Donson Eng. & Contracting - d Focus Env. Group - a,b,c,d,e GemTeck Env. Software - e

Metcon Sales & Eng. Sanitherm Engineering

d.

dioxide

e.

ORP ozone

US Filter

t.

Renaissance Instruments - d

US Filter/Wallace & TIernan

g. peroxide h. pH

LINERS

j. other k. dissolved oxygen

Waterloo Blotllter

Systems - d

LEAK DETECTION a. devices b. services ACI Instrumentation - a

Rentals - a

Waterworks Technologies

IHS Canada

Ocean Sensor

Templegate

Systems - g Omega Engineering - b,c

d.

monitors dust Indicators

e. dynamometers f. geotechnlcal g. groundwater monitoring h. meteorological i. mobile lab equipment j. particle generators k. pilot tubes I.

rental

m. repair n.

scales

0. sludge blanket level control

p. smoke Indicators & alarms

q. systems & control r.

thermometers

s. toxicity monitors t. u.

tube settlers turbldimeters

Instruments -1 Praxair Canada - b ProMlnent Fluid

Environmental Analytical Systems - a EPCOR Water Services - b

Floval Equipment - a HETEK Solutions - a,b Industrial Scientific - a

GreenWare Env. Systems

Labcor- a

GRT

ModuTank - a

Revere Control Systems Scott Specialty Gases - s

Spill Management

Nova Analytical Systems - a

Siemens Mllltronics

LABORATORIES

Novatech - a,b

Instruments - c

(analytical)

Omega Engineering - a

Siva & Associates - all

Allmax Professional

Peacock - a

Sollnst Canada - c,t,gj Summa Engineering - b,c,o,q,s,u

ASI Group EMSL

Thermo-Klnetlcs

Fielding Chemical Tech.

TSI Incorporated - a,d,j,r

Hanna Instruments

USA BlueBook - a,c,o,r,u

Pall Corporation Philip Analytical

- d,n,o,q

Westech Industrial

Solutions

Laboratories

ENV Treatment

Systems - a Kentain Products - a Lambourne Environmental

Laytleld Group Terratlx Geosynthetlcs - a Waterworks

Technologies - a

LOCATORS (piping, etc.) HETEK Solutions

Interprovlncial Corrosion Control

Praxair Canada - a,b

Prostar Technologies - a Scott Specialty Gases - a TankTek Environmental Svcs. - b

ABB Inc. - c,e,h,l ACI Instrumentation

- b,c,e,t,h

Alberta Mequlpco - b,e,h,l,j Amko Systems - b Analytical Measurements - e,h

Aquatechnlques - c,e,h,j Arjay Engineering - i Ashtead Technology Rentals - c,e,h,l ASI Group - a,b,c,d,e,t,g,h,i,j Can-Am Instruments

LUBRICANTS

Greenland Peacock

- b,c,t,h

Cancoppas - b,e,h,l Chemtrac Systems ClearTech Industries

MANGANESE REMOVAL

SYSTEMS ADI International

Alberta Mequlpco Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services Carus Chemical Davnor Water Treatment Tech.

- b,c,e,t,g,h,l D&E Wholesale Endress + Hauser

- b,c,d,e,h,i ENV Treatment

Systems -1 Environmental Analytical Systems - b,c,t,h,i Env. Remediation

Equipment

ENV Treatment Systems GDT Water Process Corp.

FILCHEM-c

John Meunler/US Filter

Folio Instruments - b,c,h,l

ONDEO Degremont Pall Corporation Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering Smith & Loveless US Filter

Waterworks Technologies MANHOLES

Veeder-Root - a,b

Con Cast Pipe Cretex Specialty Products

Westech Industrial - a

EPCOR Water Services

USA BlueBook - a

water

Hach - b,c,d,e,t,g,h,i Hanna Instruments

- b,c,d,e,h,i Heron Instruments -1

Hoskin Scientific - c,h Indachem - c,e,h Kinecor - all

Labcor - b,c,e,t,h,l Metcon Sales & Eng. - b,c,d,e,t,g,h,l Neptune Technology -1 Nortech GSI - e,h,l

- c,d,g,s,u Wilier Engineering - a,b,j,q,r

Trans-Cycle Industries

Fabricated Plastics

Novatech - all

USA BlueBook

LEGAL SERVICES/

Hassan Steel Fabricators

Omega Engineering

Winters Instruments

Wilier Engineering

INFORMATION

IPEX

PRODUCTS Canada Law Book

KWH Pipe

Peacock-c,e,h,l

Plasti-Fab

Gowling Latleur

SAN-NOR Concrete

PerklnElmer Instruments - i ProMlnent Fluid Controls

ABB Inc. - c,m,q,u

INSURANCE

ACI Instrumentation

a.

- b,c,d,i,kj,m,p,q,s,u

Management Solutions

a. installation equipment Columbia Geosystems

Products - a,b Davis Controls - a Enviro Rentals Enviro Vault - a

GemTeck Env. Software

Controls - q Quantum Analytical

i.

Rusmar Foam Technology SAN-NOR Concrete Products - d

Novatech

dissolved oxygen

chlorine

Pencon Equipment - c

Chemtrac Systems Controlotron - a,b Cretex Specialty

c.

a. charge

Pall Corporation - d,e

Smith & Loveless

MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Amadeus International Environmental

MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS b.

INFORMATION RESOURCES CanadlanEnvlronmental.com

PerklnElmer

GreenOaks Communications

c. conductivity

Can-Am Instruments - a

calibration

AGL Marketing

John Meunler/US Filter

ASI Group - a,b

b.

Summa Engineering

MARKETING CONSULTANT

Nortech GSI - d

Parkson

ISO 14000 ENV.

Siemens Milltronics Siva & Associates

Alberta Mequlpco

Arjay Engineering - a Ashtead Technology

q,r,s,t,u

Revere Control Systems Scientific Technologies

LIME SLAKERS

Metcon Sales & Eng. ONDEO Degremont Pall Corporation

Peacock-a,b,c,eJ,k,m,o,

USA BlueBook - a Wolf Email - a

M. LeBlanc & Assoc. - d

Sanitherm Engineering

a. air velocity

Peacock Renaissance Instruments

MSU Misslssauga - d

Millennium Control - q Nortech GSI -c,d,g,h,o,s,u

INSTRUMENTATION

Systems - a MSU Mississauga - a Scarborough Supply - a

The BIrks Co. USA BlueBook York Fluid Controls

John Meunler/US Filter

ISO 9000 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Amadeus International

ENV Treatment

L.E. Washington Sales Markland Specialty Eng. Metcon Sales & Eng.

General Env. Group - a,b,e H2FI0W Equipment - d Metcon Sales & Eng. - d Met-Pro Corp. - d

Labtronics - c

- b,c,d,l,m,p,q,s,u

MANHOLE a. accessories

Endress + Hauser

Markland Specialty Eng.-0 Metcon Sales & Eng. - c,g,n,o,s,t,u

USA BlueBook Wolf Email

LANDFILL

Zenon Environmental - d

Filter Innovations

Aquatechnlques Arjay Engineering

Terratlx Geosynthetlcs

Bristol Babcock Can-Am Instruments

ENV Treatment Systems

IPF Associates

LEVEL CONTROLS ACI Instrumentation

USA BlueBook

Scarborough Supply - b Terratlx Geosynthetlcs - a

Ashtead Technology

Industrial Scientific

Scott Specialty Gases Systems Plus

C&M Environmental Tech. Carus Chemical Davnor Water Treatment Tech.

- a,c,d,e,t,g,h,l,n,r,u Industrial Scientific - Lq,s

n,o,p,q,r,u

PerklnElmer Instruments

Parkson -d

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE PRODUCTS

Environmental Analytical Systems

Labcor

Pall Corporation

environmental

b. professional liability

LABORATORY SUPPLIES Folio Instruments

Geneq

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Henderson

Products

- b.c.t.h.l

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Guide to Environmental Products & Services Quantum Analytical Instruments - c,e,h

Quorum Technologies - j Renaissance Instruments - i

Siva & Associates - e,h

Solinst Canada - c,h,l,k Summa Engineering - a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i

Mixing Systems

Cancoppas - a,b ClearTech Industries - b,j Environmental Analytical Systems - a,b,e,g,h,i,i

Systems ONDEO Degremont

Env. Remediation

USA BlueBook

MTS/Mass Transfer

Equipment EPCOR Water Services - k FILCHEM - b

Geneq - a,b,e,j Hach - b,f,h,J

MOLECULAR SIEVES

Env. Remediation

Wilier Engineering - b,d,f

Hoskin Scientific

Equipment Geneq

L.E. Washington Sales Power Plant Supply SEW-Eurodrive

Sterling Power Systems

KInecor- b,e Labcor - a,b,e,f,k

Markland Specialty Eng. - h,i Metcon Sales & Eng. - b,e,f,j,k Neptune Technology - d,e,f,k

MEMBRANES

Alberta Mequipco Aquarius Services Cancoppas D&E Wholesale Denso North America

Nortech GSI - b,h,i Novatech - b,e,gj,i Omega Engineering - a,b,e,f

Peacock-a,b,e,f,g Service Filtration - b,e

ENV Treatment Systems F.B. Leopold Co.

Siva & Associates

Filter innovations Fred Cressman Sales

Solinst Canada - b

H2FI0W Equipment

- a,b,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k Soltek Solar Energy-f Summa Engineering - b,e,g,h,j,k

OOOUR CONTROL ADI International

Cartier Chemicals Carus Chemical

Hanna Instruments - b,e

HETEK Solutions - d,e,f,g

Clean Gas Systems ClearTech Industries

Sonic Soli Sampling

Donson Eng. & Contracting

MONITORS ABB Inc. Alrmetrics

Duall Division

OIL RECYCLING Detox Environmental

EARTH (Canada) MTS/Mass Transfer

Systems Pall Corporation OIL/WATER SEPARATORS

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Aquarius Services Baycor Fibre Tech

Eaglebrook

Brentwood Industries Can-Am Instruments

Eco Ethic

Centennial Concrete Pipe

Ecolo Odor Control

& Products

BW Technologies

Fabricated Plastics

Can-Am Instruments

FILCHEM

Chemtrac Systems Con Cast Pipe Dagex EARTH (Canada) ENV Treatment Systems

Filter Innovations

Env. Remediation

Rentals

Cancoppas Chemtrac Systems Chlorlnators Inc. Enviro Rentals

Environmental Analytical Systems Env. Remediation

Systems ENV Treatment Systems EnvirOzone Technologies

GDT Water Process Corp. Hydro-Logic Environmental Indachem

John Meunier/US Filter

Equipment Filter Innovations

Green Turtle Technologies H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

KWH Pipe MEGA-LAB Mfg. Metcon Sales & Eng.

John Meunler/US Filter

Environmental Indachem

The BIrks Co. - e,f,k

Equipment Geneq

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Thermo-Kinetlcs

Hanna Instruments

Nemato

KInecor

ModuTank NORIT Americas

TSI Incorporated - a USA BlueBook - b,e,h,i Wilier Engineering - a,e

Industrial Scientific

NORIT Americas Probiotic Solutions

Make-Way Plastics Maple Leaf Env. Equipment McTlghe Industries

John Meunier/US Filter Kentain Products

ONDEO Degremont Pall Corporation PCI Membrane Systems Pro Aqua + Shadrack

ITT Flygt Lumldor Safety Products MIDAC Corp.

METERS

Nortech GSI

Rusmar Foam Technology Sanitherm Engineering Strobic Air Corp.

(service & installation)

Nova Analytical Systems

Tanksafe

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Nortech GSI Oil Skimmers Parkson

ABB Inc.

Novatech

C&M Environmental Tech.

Omega Engineering

Environmental Analytical Systems

Peacock PerklnElmer Instruments

US Filter US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan USA BlueBook

Prostar Technologies

Waterworks Technologies

US Filter

EPCOR Water Services Hanna Instruments

Siva & Associates

RGF Environmental Group Sanitherm Engineering

Waterworks Technologies

HETEK Solutions

Summa Engineering

OIL CLEAN-UP EQUIP.

Zenon Environmental

Neptune Technology Wilier Engineering

Thermo-Kinetics

Aquablast

Siemens Milltronics Smith & Loveless

TSI Incorporated

Can-Ross Environmental Svcs.

Sorbent Products Co.

NOISE ABATEMENT SYSTEMS

Dagex EARTH (Canada) ENV Treatment Systems

US Filter

Waterworks Technologies

Env. Remediation

Westfalia Separator

SAN-NOR Concrete Products

Smith & Loveless

STANMECH Technologies Terrafix Geosynthetics

METER TESTING EQUIP. Hach Hanna Instruments

MIXERS/AGITATQRS

Neptune Technology

ABS Pumps Alberta Mequipco Berlie Technologies

Peacock CO

DIrectrIk

<

ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

Labcor c

CO

METERS {equipment) a. air velocity b. conductivity c. lyslmeters d. reading systems e. recording f. remote reading g.

sewage gas

h. i. j. k. 1.

sludge density smoke density suspended solids water consumption zeta potential

ACI Instrumentation

- b,e,h,i,i Alimax Professional

Solutions - d,e

Amko Systems - a,l,j Analytical Measurements - e

Aquatechniques - b Arizona Instrument - g Arjay Engineering - j Ashtead Technology Rentals - a,b Can-Am Instruments

- h,gj 100

ATCO Noise Management Eckel SAN-NOR Concrete Products

Equipment

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY

international Spill

H2Flow Equipment

a. auditing

M.J. International Nortech GSI SAIC Canada Sorbent Products Co.

Hanna Instruments

b.

information

Hayward Gordon ITT Flygt

c.

products

John Meunier/US Filter Kinecor

A&A Sheet Metal

Products

Products/SECURALL

Stormceptor

Safety Storage Equip. - c

Team-1 Environmental Svcs.

KSB Pumps

Amadeus International - c

Labcor

Amko Systems - c Canadian Safety Equip. - c

Versatech Products

Cartier Chemicals - c CCOHS - c Enviro Rentals

OIL CONTENT DETECTORS Siva & Associates

Mixing Systems Peacock

Praxair Canada ProMinent Fluid Controls

Sanitherm Engineering Service Filtration Smith & Loveless USA BlueBook Wolf Email

York Fluid Controls MIXING EDUCTQRS

Alberta Mequipco

Stormceptor

Westech

Zenon Environmental

Gator International

Greatarlo

ENVIROCAN

Proceptor PS International

Canada

Filter Innovations

Environmental Analytical Systems - c GESCAN-c GreenWare Env.

Systems - a

OIL IN WATER DETECTORS

Arjay Engineering Can-Am Instruments

Industrial Scientific - c Labcor-c

Chemtrac Systems Green Turtle Technologies

Loraday Env. Products

RGF Environmental Group Sanitherm Engineering

Westech Industrial

Canatech Env. Systems

HETEK Solutions

Amko Systems Arjay Engineering Ashtead Technology

Siva & Associates Solinst Canada

Wells Lamont Canada - c

Arlat Env.

USA BlueBook - b,c,e,h

MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION EQUIP. IPF Associates

TSI Incorporated - c

Alberta Mequipco Archer Technical Equip.

Westech Industrial - h

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

Svcs. - a,b,c

Scott Specialty Gases MONITORING WELL SUPPLIES

Thermo-Kinetics

Team-1 Environmental

OXYGEN SUPPLY SYSTEMS

Air Liquide ENV Treatment Systems GDT Water Process Corp. Novatech Ozonia North America Praxair Canada

Regenesis

PACKAGE EFFLUENT CONTROL SYSTEMS

Alberta Mequipco ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Dynamics Green Turtle Technologies Groupe Conseil Genlvar H2FI0W Equipment John Meunler/US Filter

Metcon Sales & Eng. Met-Pro Corp. National Process

Equipment Novatech

ONDEO Degremont Pall Corporation Petro Sep PHIX

Waterworks Technologies PACKAGE SEWAGE LIFT STATIONS

ABS Pumps Aqua Technical Sales Diverse Plastic Tanks

Gorman-Rupp of Canada Groupe Conseil Genivar ITT Flygt KInecor

Metcon Sales & Eng. National Process

Equipment Sanitherm Engineering Smith & Loveless Westech PACKAGE SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales ASI Group Brentwood Industries C&M Environmental Tech.

ENV Treatment Systems ENVIROCAN

Environmental Dynamics EnvirOzone Technologies EPCOR Water Services

Fluidyne Green Turtle Technologies Groupe Conseil Genivar H2FI0W Equipment Flydro-Logic Environmental

John Meunler/US Filter KInecor

Make-Way Plastics Metcon Sales & Eng. Met-Pro Corp. National Process

Equipment ONDEO Degremont PHIX

PJ Hannah Equipment Sales

OZONIZATION EQUIPMENT

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering

Air Liquide Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems GDT Water Process Corp.

Smith & Loveless Waterloo Biofllter

Systems Waterworks Technologies Westech

Zenon Environmental PACKAGE WATER

John Meunier/US Filter

TREATMENT SYSTEMS

Heron Instruments Labcor Nortech GSI

Metcon Sales & Eng. MS Filter/RAL Engineering

ADI International

ELMRIDGE Engineering

Novatech - c

Novatech

ONDEO Degremont

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales ASI Group

Kinecor

Safety Express - c Safetyscope - b

PerkinElmer Instruments

Ozonia North America Praxair Canada

AWI C&M Environmental Tech.

DIrectrik

Metcon Sales & Eng.

-a,b,c

MSU MIsslssauga - c

Proceptor

Novatech

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PUMP RENTALS

t.

screw

ABS Pumps Ashtead Technology

u. V. w. X. y.

selt-priming slurry solar-powered spiral submersible sump

ONDEO Degremont

IPF Associates JWC Environmental

Parkson

L.E. Washington Sales

Power Plant Supply Pro Aqua + Shadrack Waterworks Technologies

National Process

Denso North America EPCOR Water Services

EPCOR Water Services

IPEX

Green Turtle Technologies Groupe Consell Genivar H2FI0VH Equipment

SAN-NOR Concrete Products

Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Metcon Sales & Eng. MlOX Corp. MS Filter/RAL Engineering

hydraulic jet peristaltic piston plunger positive displacement progressing cavity rotary lobe

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Azurix

Ecodyne EI\IV Treatment Systems EnvirOzone Technologies

John Meunler/US Filter Kinecor

I. m. n. 0. p. q. r. s.

PIPE REHABILITATION

Insltutorm Technologies

Scarborough Supply Terratix Geosynthetics

PNEUMATIC LIFT STATIONS Smith & Loveless

Equipment Sethco Div. York Fluid Controls

PIPING a. aluminum

PRESSURE WASHERS

b.

asbestos cement

Cartier Chemicals

D&E Wholesale insitu Groundwater

c.

box sewers

D&E Wholesale

Contractors

z.

aa. turbine bb. vacuum

Aquablast

Rentals

d.

carbon/stainless steel

IPF Associates

International Water

e.

cast iron

USA BlueBook

Equipment ONDEO Degremont Pall Corporation

t.

concrete-non

Supply in Flygt Moyno

PHiX

h. i. j. k. i.

National Process

Pro Aqua + Shadrack RGF Environmental Group Sanltherm Engineering Smith & Loveless

pressure

g. concrete-pressure

copper/brass corrugated ductile Iron tibregiass glass-lined

US Filter

m. insulated

Waterworks Technologies

n. jacketed steel

Westech Zenon Environmental

0.

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

(boots, gloves, goggles, suits, etc.) Env. Remediation

Equipment Labcor Praxair Canada Team-1 Environmental Services

microtunnel

p. polyethylene

PUMP DESIGN D&E Wholesale

q.

pvc

r.

secondary

s.

steel

t.

vltrltied clay

Dean Pump Division F.E. Myers Fybroc Division Hayward Gordon

Aquablast

u.

other

International Water

Cartier Chemicals ClearTech Industries Detox Environmental

V.

poiyproplyene

w.

PVDF

PARTICLE COUNTERS

Summa Engineering PARTS CLEANING

PCS TREATMENT/ STORAGE Bennett Environmental Environmental

Management Solutions Harold Marcus

Gary Steacy Dismantling Material Resource

Recovery

containment

Armtec - l,p,s Centennial Concrete Pipe & Products

Chemllne Plastics - r,v,w

Con Cast Pipe - c,t Cultec - p Enviro Vault - r Fabricated Plastics

-k,p,q,r Fred Cressman Sales - r

IPEX - i,p,q,r,u

Novatech

IPF Associates

PCB Disposal

- a,d,e,h,kj,n,p,q KWH Pipe - p Labcor - k,p,q

Proeco

Trans-Cycle Industries Waterworks Technologies

Munro Concrete Products Nemato - k

PIPE DESIGN Armtec

Con Cast Pipe Groupe Consell Genivar IPEX iPF Associates

Scarborough Supply PIPE EQUIPMENT EPCOR Water Services

Hydra-Stop/Severn Trent Pipeline Services IPEX IPF Associates

Labcor M.J. International

Pipeline Seal and insulator - u SAN-NOR Concrete

Products - b,t,g,u Scarborough Supply - m,p,q,r Urecon - m Wateriine Env.

Services - d,k,r YNC Pipe Coupling PIPELINE INSPECTION

Aquablast ASi Group

Supply National Process

Equipment Sethco Div. Smith & Loveless York Fluid Controls

Archer Technical

ABS Pumps

Equip. - e,t,u,v,y,z Ashtead Technology Rentals - k,n,y

D&E Wholesale

EFD Solutions international Water

Supply IPF Associates

in Flygt Labcor

Moyno National Process

Equipment Peacock Positive Solutions ProMlnent Fluid Controls

ProSpec Technologies Service Filtration

Can-Am Instruments - d ClearTech Industries - d D&E Wholesale

- b,c,d,t,g,h,j,q,y,z Dean Pump Division - c,u,z

DIrectrIk-c,d,g,h,n,o,q, r,s,t,y,z,cc EFD Solutions

-t,g,m,o,y,z,bb

ELMtiiDGE Engineering - m,u,v,bb ENV Treatment

Systems - a,g,n,o,p,q,t,u

aa.cc

PerkinEimer instruments - o

Positive Solutions - c,q,v,z Power Plant Supply - b,r Pro Aqua + Shadrack ProMlnent Fluid

Controls - d,h,i,p ProSpec Technologies - b,c,e,t,g,h,j,o,p,q,r, u,v,y,z,aa,bb Pumps & Systems - ail Sanltherm Engineering - a,c,d,e,i,t,u,v,y Service Filtration - b,c,d,g, h,k,i,n,o,p,q,s,u,v,x,y,z,aa Sethco Div. - c,u

Smith & Loveless - c,g,u Soiinst Canada - k,n,y Spaans Babcock-t Summa Engineering - d,h,l,q,v US Filter/Wallace &

Tiernan - d,h,q USA BlueBook - c,d,g,h,j, k,n,q,y,z,bb Vanton Pump & Equip. - c,d,n,q,r,u,v,w,z,cc Veeder-Root - y Wanner Engineering - d,h,i,o,v,y,cc

Fabricated Plastics

ABS Pumps

- b,c,d,e,t,g,h,j,k,m,n,o,

GESCAN international Water

- c,h,n,y F.E. Myers - c,e,t,j,m,o,p,

p,q,r,s,t,u,v,y,z

Supply

Env. Remediation

Arlat Env. D&E Wholesale

Equipment

u,v,y,z,aa

IPF Associates

Dean Pump Division

ITT Flygt

DIrectrIk

Fybroc Division - c,u Geneq - k

Labcor

EFD Solutions

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

L.E. Washington Sales

- e,h,j,p,v Gorman-Rupp ot Canada - g,h,q,u,y,z

Positive Solutions

ENV Treatment Systems F.E. Myers Fybroc Division Gorman-Rupp ot Canada

Power Plant Supply

International Water

Service Filtration

Supply in Flygt

National Process

Equipment

Summa Engineering Sterling Power Systems USA BlueBook York Fluid Controls

Labcor

L.E. Washington Sales Moyno National Process

Grundtos Hanna Instruments - d

Hayward Gordon - c,d,e,h,q,r,s,u,v,y,z Hydro-Logic Environmental - q,r,t IMS - g,i,m,v,y Indachem - c,d,h,l,q

PUMP MOTORS D&E Wholesale

Equipment Performance Fluid Equip.

F.E. Myers

Positive Solutions

GESCAN International Water

ProSpec Technologies

International Reserve

Service Filtration Sethco Div. Smith & Loveless

International Water

Supply IPF Associates

EPCOR Water Services

ITT Flygt Labcor

Alberta Mequlpco

National Process

PIPE FITTINGS

Brentwood industries C&M Environmental Tech.

Equipment

USA BlueBook York Fluid Controls

PUMPS a.

airlift

Service Filtration

b.

axial flow

Sterling Power Systems

c.

centrifugal

USA BlueBook

d.

chemical teed

York Fluid Controls

e. t. g. h. i. j. k.

chopper deep well dewatering diaphragm gravimetric grinder groundwater sampling

IPEX

Ecodyne EIMCO Process Equip. ENV Treatment Systems

Labcor

Env. Remediation

ModuTank Nemato

Equipment H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

PUMP PROTECTION SYSTEMS

Environmental John Meunier/US Filter

Dean Pump Division F.E. Myers Flovai Equipment

Metcon Sales & Eng.

PUMP REPAIRS

Peacock - all

Pencon Equipment - s Performance Fluid Equip. - c,d,e,g,h,j,q,r,t,u,v,y,z,

PARTS

YNC Pipe Coupling

USA BlueBook Victauilc

Amko Systems - h,bb Aqua Technical Sales

Novatech - d,h,n,o,q Omega Engineering -c,h,n,q,u,v,aa,bb,cc

PUMP REPLACEMENT

L.E. Washington Sales

Scarborough Supply Terratix Geosynthetics

Ail Around Services - h,bb

aa,bb,cc Nortech GSi - k,r,u

Dantoss Drives

PLATE SETTLERS

Fabricated Plastics

York Fluid Controls

ABS Pumps - b,c,e,g,j,u,v,y,z Alberta Mequlpco - d,r

Equipment - b,c,d,e,t,g, h,j,k,l,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,y,z,

PUMP DRIVES D&E Wholesale

Urecon

Chemllne Plastics

Equipment ProSpec Technologies

York Fluid Controls

Azurix

Scarborough Supply

National Process

cc. variable displacement

Moyno-d,g,j,q,r,u,v National Process

D&E Wholesale

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2002

Insitu Groundwater

Contractors - c,t,g,m,n, o,q,u,y,z,bb Equip. Corp. - q Supply - t,k,y,aa

York Fluid Controls

RECARBONATORS NORIT Americas

Waterworks Technologies RECORDERS ABB Inc.

ACI Instrumentation

Alberta Mequlpco Amko Systems Analytical Measurements Bristol Babcock Endress + Hauser

Geneq Hach

Hanna Instruments HETEK Solutions

Hoskin Scientific Labcor

Metcon Sales & Eng. Peacock

Service Filtration

IPF Associates

Siva & Associates

ITT Flygt - c,g,j,v,y

Summa Engineering

John Meunler/US Filter

Thermo-Kinetics

- a,c,d,g,q,t,x,y Kinecor-a,b,c,d,e,t,g,h,j, k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,y,

Wilier Engineering

z,aa,bb,cc

KSB Pumps - b,c,t,g,j,u,v, x,y,z,aa,bb Labcor - c,d,h,k,n,o,q,r,s, t,u,v,y,z,aa,bb L.E. Washington Sales - d,j,q,r,u,v Metlag Division - c,u Metcon Sales & Eng. - d,h,i,l,n,q,r

USA BlueBook

RECYCLING BEI Pecal

Detox Environmental

Fielding Chemical Tech. Gary Steacy Dismantling Groupe Consell Genivar Proeco SAN-NOR Concrete

Products

Trans-Cycle Industries 101


Guide to Environmental Products & Services RECYCLING EQUIPIVIENT International Reserve

Equip. Corp. MTS/Mass Transfer

Systems Petro Sep RGF Environmental Group Waterworks Teciinologies

Aquatechnlques Armour Valve

Ashtead Technology Rentals

John Meunler/US Filter

- a,b,c JWC Environmental M. LeBlanc & Associates

SECONDARY CONTAINMENT Can-Ross Environmental Services

Can-Am Instruments

ONDEO Degremont - a,b,c

Century Group Columbia Geosystems

Cancoppas

Parkson - a,b,c

Diverse Plastic Tanks

ClearTech Industries

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

Engineered Storage

ASI Group

ELMRIDGE Engineering

- a,b,c

Products

REGULATORY DOCUMENTATION CanadianEnvironmental.com

Environmental Analytical Systems

Spaans Bahcock - a,b,c

Greatarlo Hassan Steel Fabricators Kentain Products

Environmental

Env. Remediation

SCREENS a. bar

Laytield Group Loraday Env. Products MakLoc Buildings

Management Solutions RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Centre National En

Envlro Vault

Equipment Geneq HETEK Solutions

Hoskin Scientific Labcor

Eiectrochimie EtTech Env.

Markland Specialty Eng.

RESOURCE RECOVERY EQUIPMENT

Nasco Canada Novatech PerklnElmer Instruments

International Reserve

Equip. Corp.

Safety Express Scott Specialty Gases Sollnst Canada

RESPIROMETERS

a. laboratory b.

on-line

Environmental Analytical Systems - a

Sonic Soil Sampling Southwell Controls

- a.b.c

b. rotary c. self cleaning d. sewage plant e.

stormwater

t. travelling water g. vibratory h. water plant Intake Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c,d,e,t,g,h Andrltz-Ruthner-b,c,d,e

Aqua Technical Sales - a,b,c,d,e,t,g,h Aquarius Services - b,c,e

Summa Engineering Systems Plus

Arlat Env. - a,c,d,e

USA BlueBook

C&M Environmental

Baycor Fibre Tech - b Tech. - a,c,d,t

Hacti - a

Metcon Sales & Eng. - a,b

SCADA SYSTEMS ABB Inc.

Dagex - b,c,d,e,g ENV Treatment Systems

REVERSE OSMOSIS

Aquatechnlques ASI Group

- a,b,c,d,e,t,h ENVIROCAN - b,d

Alberta Mequipco D&E Wholesale

Bristol Bahcock

Filter Innovations - c

Davnor Water Treatment

Control Microsystems Donson Eng. & Contracting

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver-a,d H2FI0W Equipment

GESCAN

Hydro-Logic

ITT Flygt Metcon Sales & Eng.

International Reserve

Tech.

Ecodyne ENV Treatment Systems Filter Innovations

H2FI0W Equipment John Meunler/US Filter

Metcon Sales & Eng. ONDEO Degremont Pall Corporation PCI Membrane Systems

Environmental - a,b,c,d

Equip. Corp. - g

Millennium Control Nortech GSI Peacock

John Meunler/US Filter

Revere Control Systems

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Siva & Associates

Sanltherm Engineering

Soltek Solar Energy Summa Engineering

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

- a,b,o,d,e

- a,b,c,d,e,t,g,h - a,b,c,d,e,h

MSU MIsslssauga - h ONDEO Degremont-a,d,e

US Filter

Thermo-Klnetlcs

Parkson - a,b,c,d,e,h

Waterworks Technologies

US Filter

PJ Hannah Equipment

Zenon Environmental

Waterworks Technologies

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

SCALES

BW Technologies Canadian Safety Equip.

Alberta Mequipco Cancoppas

Sales - a

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering - a,b,c,d,e,h Spaans Babcock - c,d,e,h Troy-Ontor- c

Envlro Rentals

Chlorlnators Inc.

Environmental Analytical Systems

ClearTech Industries

US Filter

Folio Instruments

Walnbee - a

GESCAN HETEK Solutions Industrial Scientific

Geneq

Waterworks Technologies - a,b,c,d,e,t,g,h

International Spill

Power Plant Supply

Products Lahcor

Loraday Env. Products Lumldor Safety Products M.J. International

Hoskin Scientific Labcor Siemens Mllltronlcs Siva & Associates US Filter/Wallace & TIernan

USA BlueBook

MSU MIsslssauga Novatech

SCREENINGS

Safety Express Satetyscope Scott Specialty Gases TSI Incorporated

a. compaction b. presses c. washing Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c Andrltz-Ruthner-a,b,c Aqua Technical

USA BlueBook SAMPLE CONTAINERS Envlro Vault

Sales - a,b,c Arlat Env. - a,b,c

Nasco Canada

Baycor Fibre Tech - a,b,c

Systems Plus

ENV Treatment

Systems - a,b,o SAMPLERS & SAMPLING EQUIPMENT Alrmetrlcs

Alberta IVIequlpco 102

ENVIROCAN-a,b,c

H2FI0W Equipment - a,b,c Hydro-Logic Environmental - a,b,c

Westech - c,d

M.J. International ModuTank

a. atomising b.

deflector washers

c. spray chambers d. spray nozzles Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c,d Clean Gas Systems - a,b,c,d

ELMRIDGE Engineering -c

COMPACTORS

Floating Roots Sanltherm Engineering

ENV Treatment Systems

- a,c

Stormceptor - c

John Meunler/US Filter JWC Environmental

US Filter

PJ Hannah Equipment

Waterworks Technologies -a,b,c,d,e Westtalla Separator

Sanltherm Engineering

Canada - a

ZCL Composites - b,c

SEI Industries

Make-Way Plastics

Spectra Environmental

Smith & Loveless Wolf Email

ZCL Composites

Terratlx Geosynthetlcs UltraTech International Westeel

Sales

SITE REMEDIATION

ASI Group BEI Pecal

SEPTIC TANKS & EQUIPMENT

SAN-NOR Concrete Products

Techstar Plastics Terra Nova Industries

ENVIROCAN IPF Associates

Smith & Loveless - a,c

C&M Environmental Tech. Cultec Diverse Plastic Tanks

Carus Chemical CHEMetrlcs Detox Environmental Envlro Vault Environmental

Management Solutions EnvlrOzone Technologies Filter Innovations

Focus Env. Group Gator International

General Env. Group

SEQUENCING BATCH

Insitu Groundwater Contractors

REACTORS (SBR) Alberta Mequipco

Regenesis

ModuTank

SEDIMENTATION SYSTEMS

C&M Environmental Tech.

ENV Treatment Systems

Alberta Mequipco Aquarius Services

TankTek Environmental Services

ENVIROCAN

Terratlx Geosynthetlcs

Environmental Dynamics Fluldyne H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

TrI-Phase Environmental Waterllne Env. Services Waterloo Barrier

Environmental John Meunler/US Filter

SLUDGE DEWATERING

C&M Environmental Tech.

EIMCO Process Equip. ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment International Reserve

Equip. Corp. John Meunler/US Filter GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

ONDEO Degremont Parkson

Sanltherm Engineering Smith & Loveless

Stormceptor

Aqua Technical Sales

MTS/Mass Transfer

Azurix

Systems Paques ADI Pro Aqua + Shadrack PJ Hannah Equipment

Berlle Technologies Chemtrac Systems

SEPARATORS

Sanltherm Engineering

a. b. c. d.

centrifugal coalescing gravity hydro-dynamlc/vortex

US Filter

e.

Inertlal

Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c,d,e

Waterworks Technologies

Clean Gas Systems - a Con Cast Pipe - b,c

EARTH (Canada) - b,c

Andrltz-Ruthner

Clamex Env.

Dagex Detox Environmental

ENV Treatment Systems ENVIROCAN FILCHEM GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

Wolf Email

Groupe Consell Genlvar H2FI0W Equipment

SERVICE CONTRACTING

International Reserve

Cancoppas

Equip. Corp. ITT Flygt

EPCOR Water Services

Can-Am Instruments - b

Alberta Mequipco

Metcon Sales & Eng. Mixing Systems

Sales Sanltaire

Focus Env. Group KInecor Millennium Control Siva & Associates

ENV Treatment

Systems - a,b,c

John Meunler/US Filter Lambourne Environmental M. LeBlanc & Associates

Moyno ONDEO Degremont Parkson

Filter Innovations - b

Floval Equipment - a Corp. - a

SEWAGE GAS EQUIP. ADI International

Air LIqulde Alberta Mequipco

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver-a,c,d

Envlro Rentals

Green Turtle Technologies

Environmental Analytical Systems Summa Engineering

- a.b.c.d

H2FI0W Equipment - b,d Hydro-Logic Environmental - a,b,c,d Indachem - b

International Reserve

Equip. Corp.-a

ENV Treatment Systems

John Meunler/US Filter

Fabricated Plastics - d Labcor-d

KInecor-a

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Lambourne Environmental

- a,b,c,d

SHREDDERS/

All Around Services

PIgmallon Env.

GDT Water Process

SCRUBBERS/WASHERS

PS International - b,c Sandborn Internal

- a,c,d

Smith & Loveless US Filter

Waterworks Technologies Westech SLUDGE DISPOSAL

SEWER EQUIPMENT

a. b. c. d. e.

cleaning cleaning service Inspection repair upgrade

All Around Services

- a,b,c,d,e

Aqua Technical Sales Aquablast Azurix

Detox Environmental

Fabgroups Technologies GL&V/Dorr-Ollver Lambourne Environmental Parkson

M. LeBlanc &

Aquablast - a,b Cretex Specialty

EFD Solutions

Associates - c MTS/Mass Transfer

EPCOR Water

Fabgroups Technologies Pipeline Seal and

Systems - a ONDEO Degremont - a

MSU MIsslssauga - d,e

SLUDGE DRYING

SAN-NOR Concrete Products - d

Andrltz-Ruthner

SEALS (mechanical)

Insulator

Power Plant Supply

McTlghe Industries - b,c

PHOENIX Process Equip. Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

Parkson - b,c

PHOENIX Process Equip.

Products - d,e

Proeco SAN-NOR Concrete Products US Filter

Services - c,d

Azurix

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SPILL RESPONSE

SEI industries

General Env. Group Layfleld Group

Aquablast ASI Group

Spectra Environmental

ModuTank Nortech GSi

Can-Ross Environmental Services Cartier Chemicals Detox Environmental

Tanksafe Techstar Plastics USA BlueBook Waterline Env. Services Westeel

Environmental

Wolf Email

Management Solutions Fielding Chemical Tech.

Wyevale Containment ZCL Composites

Presto Products

ONDEO Degremont

Problotic Solutions SAIC Canada TankTek Environmental

Parkson US Filter

Waterworks Technologies

Services

Tri-Phase Environmental Wainbee Waterline Env. Services

SLUDGE HANDLING EQUIPMENT

Alberta Mequipco Aqua Technical Sales Aquablast

SDLVENT RECOVERY SYSTEMS

Ariat Env.

Air Liquide ENV Treatment Systems

Cancoppas Columbian TecTank

Labcor

SAIC Canada Team-1 Environmental Services UltraTech International

Equipment John Meunler/US Filter

ENVIROCAN

Fabgroups Technologies H2FI0W Equipment Flydro-Logic

Moyno Parkson

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Spaans Babcock

Safety Storage Equip.

US Filter

Waterworks Technologies Wessuc

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ClearTech industries Detox Environmental

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EPCOR Water Services IPF Associates

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Met-Pro Corp. Nemato

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Waterworks Technologies

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Labcor

Loraday Env. Products

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Alberta Mequipco Aquablast Berlie Technologies Clemmer Technologies

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TANK INSPECTION

ASI Group Greatarlo

Hanna Instruments - e

Kinecor

Hydro-Logic Environmental - a,c,d,f,j

Tanknology Canada

Columbian TecTank ConVault Detox Environmental

John Meunler/US Filter

TANK REMOVAL Waterline Env. Services

Diverse Plastic Tanks

KWH Pipe - b

Donson Eng. & Contracting EcoVauit (Concrete Solutions) Engineered Storage

Labcor-h

Products

Enviro Vault Fabricated Plastics

Spectra Environmental Stormceptor

Focus Env. Group

Services

indachem - b international Reserve

Power Plant Supply Pumps & Systems

SEI Industries Sorbent Products Co.

Team-1 Environmental

Aquarius Services AWi Chemiine Plastics Filter Innovations

ONDEO Degremont - b,c Sanitherm Engineering

ONTARIO, CANADA M9W4M2

(416) 244-4980

STRAINERS

H2Fiow Equipment-a Hydro-Logic Environmental - b,d

Orlval Water Filters

M.J. international RTS Plastics Techstar Plastics USA BlueBook

Equipment

Vanton Pump & Equip. - h

FILCHEM - a GL&V/Dorr-Oliver - c

Peacock

Century Group Con Cast Pipe

Enviro Vault Env. Remediation

US Filter - k

- a,b,c,d

other

Diverse Plastic Tanks Fred Cressman Sales

Diverse Plastic Tanks

ENVIROCAN-a,b,c,d

treatment

Arcus Absorbents Can-Ross Environmental Services Cartier Chemicals

EARTH (Canada)

Environmental Analytical Systems Floval Equipment Geneq

.

STORMWATER a. contaminant removal b. detention

Archer Technical

SPILL CONTAINMENT A&A Sheet Metal Products/SECURALL

UltraTech International

1.

Kinecor

M. LeBlanc & Associates ModuTank

Equip. - a,c,d ENV Treatment Systems

k.

Clean Gas Systems

Labcor USA BlueBook

Products

L.E. Washington Sales

- d,g,h,k Stormceptor - a,d,f.g,j,k Terrafix Geosynthetics - i

SPRAY NOZZLES

York Fluid Controls

SAN-NCR Concrete

John Meunler/US Filter

DIrectrik - d EIMCO Process

oil removal

EFD Solutions

Fielding Chemical Tech.

Siemens Milltronics - e Smith & Loveless

oil water separators pumping recharger sediment separators

Met-Pro Corp. Petro Sep

SERVICES

Products

Tech.-a,c

g. h. i. j.

SOLVENT RECYCLING

Equip. Corp. in Flygt

Chemtrac Systems Dagex-d

t.

Environmental international Reserve

SAN-NOR Concrete

Wessuc

Env. Remediation

ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

C&M Environmental

-a,d,f

Gator International

General Env. Group

Sanitherm Engineering -d.gj

Fred Cressman Sales Greatarlo Hassan Steel Fabricators

- a,c,d,f,g,j,k

- a,b,c,d M. LeBlanc & Associates

- c,d

- a,b,c,d Parkson - c,d

Canada -b TRADESHDWS Canada Unlimited I FAT 2002 CanadianEnvlronmentai.com Environmental Science &

Engineering Magazine ProMinent Fluid Controls

Scarborough Supply TRAINING a. materials ACI Instrumentation Bristol Babcock Canadian Enviro-Courses CanadlanEnvironmental.com Danatec - a

Environmental

Management Solutions Environmental Science &

Engineering Magazine GreenWare Env. Systems GRT HETEK Solutions

John Wiley & Sons - a Kinecor

McGraw-Hill Ryerson - a Pilot Performance

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Safetyscope Spill Management Team-1 Environmental Services

Kinecor - all

Make-Way Plastics - b,d,f,g,i McTighe industries -f,g,i,k Metcon Sales & Eng. - e

TELEMETERING EQUIP. Bristol Babcock

Control Microsystems Environmental Analytical Systems ITT Flygt

ModuTank - a

Millennium Control Nortech GSI

Nortech GSi - e,f,g

Revere Control Systems

Novatech - e Oil Skimmers - f

ONDEO Degremont - d,j,k Parkson - g.j.k

Techstar Plastics

King Metal Fabricators

Peacock - e,h

Trans Environmental Sys.

Labcor

PJ Hannah Equipment

UltraTech International Versatech Products

Loraday Env. Products

Sales - 1

ModuTank Nemato

Power Plant Supply - c

Waterline Env, Services

Wyevale Containment

RTS Plastics

PS International - t,g

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2002

Equip. Corp. - b John Meunier/US Filter

Presto Products - b

THICKENERS a. belt

b. centrifuge c. gravity d. rotary Alberta Mequipco - a,b,c,d Aqua Technical Sales - a,b,c,d Andritz-Ruthner- a,b,c,d

TRANSFDRMER a.

fluids

b.

remediation

Gary Steacy Dismantling - a Pall Corporation - b Tri-Phase Environmental - b TRANSPORTATtON Detox Environmental Harold Marcus

RPR Environmental TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY Azurix

Cretex Specialty Products EPCOR Water Services

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Guide to Environmental Products & Services RE. Myers IPEX

Terrafix Geosynthetics

Omega Engineering -c,d,g,j,q,r,t Peacock-c,d,e,g,j, k,i,n,r,t,v

VACUUM EQUIPMENT

Alberta Mequipco Anthrafilter Media & Coal

Aquablast Detox Environmental

ELMRIDGE Engineering Kinecor Labcor

Omega Engineering USA BlueBook

VALVE ACCESSORIES

Cancoppas Floval Equipment Labcor

Power Plant Supply - a,b, c,d,e,t,g,l,],k,m,n,q,r,s,u,v

Siva & Associates

- c,d,e,k,m,p,q,t,u,w The Birks Co.

- a,c,d,e,j,k,m,q,s,t Troy-Ontor-e,g USA BlueBook

- a,b,c,d,e,h,i,k,n,q Victaulic - c,d,e,k,l,p

Michael Sluice Gate Svcs.

Omega Engineering Peacock

Power Plant Supply Siva & Associates

Troy-Ontor

VAPOUR RECOVERY SYSTEMS

Columbia Geosystems ENV Treatment Systems Met-Pro Corp.

d. butterfly e.

check

f.

cone

g. diaphragm h.

eccentric

i. j. k. i. m.

flap flow regulating gate knife gate multi-jet

n.

needle

0. pinch p. plug q. pressure reducing r.

rotary

s.

sleeve

t.

solenoid

u. telescoping V. tilting disk

BNA Bontigiloii North America Dantoss Drives Davis Controls GESCAN international Water

Supply

Hanna Instruments Hoskin Scientific

Groupe Conseil Genlvar

WASTEWATER

Trojan Technologies

Hydrolab

Neptune Technology

TREATMENT SYSTEMS

US Filter US Filter/Wallace & Tiernan

Labcor

PHIX

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Water Matrix

Nortech GSi

Waterv/orks Technologies

UV Systems Technology

Nova Analytical Systems

Alberta Mequipco Allmax Professional

Solutions

Aqua Technical Sales Aquablast Aquarius Services ASI Group Brentwood Industries C&M Environmental Tech. Chlorinators inc. Cuitec

Dagex Donson Eng. & Contracting Eco Ethic Ecotio Ontario

EPCOR Water Services

F.B. Leopold Co. Filter Innovations Flexo Products

Fluidyne GDT Water Process Corp.

Labcor

Green Turtle Technologies Groupe Conseil Genlvar H2Fiow Equipment

LE. Washington Sales Metcon Sales & Eng. Omega Engineering

Hanna instruments

Positive Solutions

Hydro-Logic

Power Plant Supply Sterling Power Systems Summa Engineering

Environmental International Reserve

USA BlueBook

IPEX John Meunier/US Filter JWC Environmental Kaldnes North America Kinecor

WASTE DISPOSAL AND

Environmental

Novatech

Waterloo Blotilter

PerkinElmer Instruments

Equip. Corp.

Make-Way Plastics Maple Leaf Env. Equipment Material Resource

ASI Group Can-Am instruments

WATER QUALITY TEST KITS CHEMetrics CiearTech industries

Fabricated Plastics

MANAGEMENT Ailmax Professional Solutions Azurix

D&E Wholesale

Nemato

EnvirOzone Technologies Neptune Technology

Environmental Analytical Systems

Plasti-Fab SAN-NOR Concrete

Sloan Fiushmate Division

Env. Remediation

Water Matrix

Equipment Geneq

Westech Zenon Environmental

WATER CONSERVATION/

INDICATDRS ACI Instrumentation

Aquatechniques Arjay Engineering Cancoppas Cretex Specialty Products Davis Controls Endress + Hauser

Engineered Storage Products Enviro Rentals

Environmental Analytical Systems Env. Remediation

Equipment Floval Equipment Geneq Hach Heron Instruments

HETEK Solutions Hoskin Scientific Nortech GSi

Ocean Sensor Systems Omega Engineering

ModuTank

Denso North America

WASTE REMOVAL

Moyno

EQUIPMENT Anthrafilter Media & Coal international Reserve

National Process

Novatech

Oil Skimmers

WASTEWATER

iPEX - b,c,d,e,g,j,k,q,t

COLLECTION SYSTEMS

ONDEO Degremont Pail Corporation Paques ADi

iPF Associates

a.

Parkson

ITT Fiygt - c Labcor-c,d,e,g,h,1,1,

b. vacuum Ail Around Services - b

WINCHES Wainbee

Kinecor

WATER TOWERS Columbian TecTank Greatarlo

ZEBRA MUSSEL CDNTRDL

WATER TREATMENT ADI International

Cams Chemical EPCOR Water Services

WATER USE &

GDT Water Process Corp.

TREATMENT

Indachem Kinecor

Alberta Mequipco Amiad Filtration Systems

Filter innovations

OPTIMIZATION Ailmax Professional Solutions

ASi Group

Mixing Systems SAN-NOR Concrete Products US Filter

PCB Disposal PCI Membrane Systems Petro Sep

ACI instrumentation

Aquatechniques Arjay Engineering Ashtead Technology Rentals

CHEMetrics

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Proceptor

Enviro Rentals

104

Systems Plus The Birks Go. USA BlueBook

ABB inc.

Chemtrac Systems

- a,c,d,e,k,o,p,u,v

Omega Engineering Siva & Associates

WATER QUALITY MONITORS

Sales Praxair Canada

Neo Valves

Team-1 Environmental Services

Products

Groupe Conseil Genlvar - a

Danatec

Novatech

-a,b

PJ Hannah Equipment

H2FI0W Equipment - b Make-Way Plastics - a Scarborough Supply - a

WHMIS SERVICES

SAN-NOR Concrete

Fiexo Products - a,b

- c,d,e,k,p,s

Metcon Sales & Eng. Nortech GSI

adheslves

Michael Sluice Gate Mueller Canada

WELDING

STANMECH Technologies

WATERPRODFING

a.

Metcon Sales & Eng. -l,q Svcs. - l,i,k

USA BlueBook

Scientific Technologies

ASI Group-a,b EE. Myers - a

n,o,p,r,t

Products Siva & Associates

Nemato

Wessuc

pressure sewer

MSU Mississauga

Plasti-Fab Renaissance Instruments

b. tapes

Hydro-Logic

GL&V/Dorr-Oilver

Hoskin Scientific Labcor

AWi

Peacock

M. LeBianc & Associates

Equip. Corp.

Geneq

Hanna Instruments

Hanna Instruments

Trans-Cycle Industries

Equipment

ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems

Hach

WATER LEVEL

SAN-NOR Concrete Products

RPR Environmental

WEIRS Arlat Env.

Prostar Technologies

Soiinst Canada

Recovery Proeco

Hanna Instruments

Siva & Associates Soiinst Canada The Birks Co.

Systems Waterworks Technologies

Recovery McTlghe industries Metlag Division Metcon Sales & Eng. Met-Pro Corp. MlOX Corp. Mixing Systems

ENV Treatment

Environmental - a

Wainbee

Chemtrac Systems

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

Material Resource

H. Fontaine - i,u

Filter innovations

Severn Trent De Nora Smith & Loveless

Kinecor

Management Solutions Fabgroups Technologies

GL&V/Dorr-Oilver - e,i

Hach

Management Solutions EnvirOzone Technologies

Chemline Plastics

- c,d,e,g Floval Equipment - all

Geneq

Sethco Div.

Environmental

- a,c,d,e,h,i,j,k,l,n,r,v BNVV Valve Mfg. - i,u

Fabricated Plastics

Sanltherm Engineering

Management Solutions Groupe Conseil Genlvar

DRIVES

Detox Environmental Eco Waste Solutions

Systems - u

F.B. Leopold Co.

Equipment

Environmental

VARIABLE SPEED

Amiad Filtration

Clow Canada - - d,e,h,i,k,p

Chlorinators Inc. EPCOR Water Services

Environmental Dynamics

BEI Pecal

- d,i,k,l,r

Folio instruments

ENViROCAN

RECYCLING

- a,c,d,e,g,j,k,n,q Chlorinators inc. - j Cla-Vai Canada - a,e,g,j,q,t Clean Gas Systems

Sanltaire

Veeder-Root

ACI instrumentation -1

Armour Valve

ASI Group

EIMCO Process Equip. ENV Treatment Systems

ABS Pumps - e

Systems - d,e,g,i,q

Env. Remediation

Peacock

Novatech VALVES a. air release b. backwater c. bail

Revere Control Systems RGF Environmental Group

ProMlnent Fluid

Controls - c,e,j,q,t Pumps & Systems - all Scarborough Supply - c,d,e,g,k,n Scott Specialty Gases - ],q

Chemtrac Systems

WASTEWATER INSPECTION SYSTEMS

PHiX

PS international

Can-Am instruments

Cancoppas

CiearTech Industries

Environmental Analytical Systems

EnviroiwieiUal Science & Engineering, January 2002


Guide to Environmental Associations ABORIGINAL WATER AND WASTEWATER ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING ASSOCIATION

2547 Eglinfon Ave. W., Toronto, ON M6M 1T2 (416)651-1443 Fax:(416)651-1673 Contact: Lana Williams, Coordinator

1-6820 KItimat Rd., Misslssauga, ON L5N 5M3 (905)814-1274 Fax:(905)814-1158 Contact: Gary Loftus, Executive Director

AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION

CANADIAN WATER AND WASTEWATER

One Gateway Center, 3rd Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 USA (412)232-3444 Fax:(412)232-3450

ASSOCIATION (CWWA) 20-5330 Canotek Rd., Ottawa, ON K1J 903 (613)747-0524 Fax:(613)747-0523 Contact: T. Duncan Ellison, Executive Director

0 American

Concrete Pipe Association

AMERICAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

222 W. Las Collnas 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 ACPA 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.

ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF SEWAGE

INDUSTRY SERVICES (OASIS) P.O. Box 190, Havelock, ON KOL 1Z0

(877)202-0082,(705)778-1265 Fax:(905)778-1269

Contact: Don Kelloway, Executive Director

Ontario

o 0 C P A

Concrete Pipe Association The choice of a lifetime

CONCRETE PRECASTERS ASSOCIATION

ONTARIO CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

OF ONTARIO (CPA) P.O. Box 278, Marmora, ON KOK 2M0 (613)472-6039 Fax:(613)472-6192 Contact: Glenn Caverly, Administrator

Fl.1-5045 South Service Rd., Burlington, ON L7L5Y7 (905)631-9696 Fax:(905)631-1905 Web site: www.ocpa.com

CONSULTING ENGINEERS OF ONTARIO

405-10 Four Seasons Place, Toronto, ON M9B 6H7

(416)620-1400 Fax:(416)620-5803 Contact: John Gamble, President

Contact: Paul Smeltzer, Executive Director

Incorporated in 1957, the Ontario Concrete Pipe Association (OCPA) is a non-profit industry asso ciation. It promotes high standards of business prac tice and product quality of its members, providing technical information to specifiers, regulators, con tractors and educators. Producers of concrete pipe, maintenance holes, box culverts and sewers, and

CPPA

precast concrete specialty products joined to form OCPA. Companies that provide products and serv ices to its producer members are also welcome members of the OCPA.

CORRUGATED POLYETHYLENE PIPE AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

6666 W. Quincy Ave., Denver, CO 80235 USA (303)794-7711 Fax:(303)795-1989

ASSOCIATION (CPPA) A Division of the Plastics Pipe institute 1825 ConnecticutAve. N.W., #680, Washington, DC 20009 USA

(800)510-2772 Fax:(202)462-9779

ONTARIO GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION

2-530 Otto Rd., Misslssauga, ON L5T 2L5 (905)795-2555 Fax:(905)795-2660 Contact: Sheila Richardson, Executive Director

Contact: Rich Gottwald

Whatever you need to know about speoifying, de signing or building with corrugated polyethylene pipe, look to the CPPA. Call for FREE technical ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO LAND

booklets, brochures and other information.

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL WATER (OMWA) 35 Bogart Cres., Belleville, ON K8P 5E9 (613)967-0350 Fax:(613)967-0690 Contact: Doug Parker, Executive Director

SURVEYORS

1043 McNicoll Ave., Toronto, ON M1W 3W6

DUCTILE IRON PIPE RESEARCH

(416)491-9020 Fax:(416)491-2576 E-mail: admln@aols.org Web site: www.aols.org Contact: Murray J. LeGris, Executive Director The Association of Ontario Land Surveyors' mem bership is made up of over 700 land professionals.

ASSOCIATION

9191 av Andre Mathieu, Anjou, QC H1K 5A1 (514)35208280 Fax:(514)352-3033 Contact: Normand De Agostinis, Engineer

Their combined skills are a valuable resource, rec

ognized, remembered and respected worldwide. The province of Ontario has assigned the members of the AOLS with the responsibility of the storage and representation of the natural and artificial fea tures of the earth's surface.

ATLANTIC CANADA WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

P.O. Box 22159, RPO Bayers Road, Halifax, NS B3L 4T7 (902)435-6747 Fax:(902)435-4655 BRITISH COLUMBIA WATER & WASTE

ASSOCIATION (BCWWA) 342-17 Fawcett Rd., Coquitlam, BC V3K 6V2 (604)540-0111 Fax:(604)540-4077 ACLAE

CAEAL

~

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL

LABORATORIES (CAEAL) 300-265 Carling Ave., Ottawa, ON K1S 2E1 (613)233-5300 Fax:(613)233-5501

P.O. Box 137, Midhurst, ON LOL 1X0

I I I mil ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ASSOCIATION

OF ALBERTA (ESAA) 1710-10303 Jasper Ave. N.W., Edmonton, AB T5J 3N6 (800)661-WASTE,(780)429-6363 Fax:(780)429-4249 E-mail: keller@esaa.org 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 DevelopmentAgency Project - ARPEL PHASE 3, focussing on environmental is sues facing Latin American oil and gas companies. GREATER TORONTO SEWER AND

WATERMAIN CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION

(GTSWCA) 300-5045 Orbltor Dr., BIdg 12, Misslssauga, ON L4W 4Y4 (905)629-7766 Fax:(905)629-0587 Contact: Sam Morra, Executive Director

E-mail: rwllson@caeal.ca Web site: www.caeal.ca

INSTRUMENTATION TESTING ASSOCIATION

Contact: Rick Wilson, Executive Director

631 N. Stephanie St., #279, Henderson, NV 89014 USA (702)568-1445 Fax:(702)568-1446 Contact: Tony M. Palmer, Executive Director

The mission of CAEAL Is to help laboratories achieve and demonstrate the highest levels of scientific and management excellence. Programs Include accredi tation (with SCC)and proficiency testing. CANADIAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

979 Derry Rd. E., Misslssauga, ON L5T 2J7 (905)565-0380 Fax:(905)565-0346

0PCE4 ONTARIO POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION

NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR

TRENCHLESS TECHNOLOGY (NASTT) 1655 N. Fort Myer Dr., #700, Arlington, VA 22209 USA (703)351-5252 Fax:(703)739-6672 Contact: John Hemphlll, Deputy Director

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2002

(705)725-0917 Fax:(705)725-1068 Web site: www.opcea.com Our association is a non-profit organization dedi cated to assisting member companies in the pro motion of their equipment and services to the pollu tion control market sector of Ontario. Originally founded in 1970 under the name Ontario Sanitation

Equipment Association,the OPCEA has since grown to over 140 member companies whose fields encom pass a broad spectrum of equipment and services for the air and water pollution control marketplace.

os|e ONTARIO SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS

1000-4950 Yonge St., Toronto, ON M2N 6K1 (416)223-9961 Fax:(416)223-9963 E-mail: lnfo@ospe.on.ca Web site: www.ospe.on.ca Contact: Alex Gill

OSPE is the member services and advocacy body for professional engineers In Ontario. OSPE en hances the profession's image and acts as a strong voice for Ontario's professional engineers.

ONTARIO WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

(A Section of AWWA) 45 Twenty Third St., Etoblcoke, ON M8V 3M6 (416)252-7060 Fax:(416)252-3908 Contact: Susan Poole, Secretary-Treasurer 105


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Guide to Environmental Associations PLASTICS PIPE INSTITUTE

1825 Connecticut Ave. N.W.,#680, Washington, DC 20009 USA

^company in the Cardo Group

(888)314-6774,(202)462-9607, Ext. 13 Fax:(202)462-9779 Contact: Michael Ball, Marketing Manager

"For Cost Effective Pumping" ABS has the most comprehensive range on the market. Sales & Service

• Sewage Pumps - Submersible & Dry Pit • PoiTable Dewatering Pumps • Mixers - Submersible & Conventional • Aerators - Submersible • Submersible Grinder Pumps

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS ONTARIO

25 Sheppard Ave. W.,#1000,Toronto. ON M2N 6S9 (416)224-9528 Fax:(416)224-8168 Contact: Anita DIrenfeld

• Effluent Pumps • Stock & Process Pumps - PPI ■ Chemical Pumps • Canned Motor Pumps ABS Pumps Corporation. 1215 Meyenside Drive, Unit 7. Mississauga, Ontario L5T 1H3 Phone: 1-800-988-2610 or (905)670-4677. Fax:(905)670-3709. Web; www.abspuinps.com Callfor the Representative nearest you

PULP AND PAPER TECHNICAL ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

810-740 Notre-Dame O., Montreal, QC H3C 3X6

For more information, circle reply card No. 266

RESEAU ENVIRONNEMENT

220-911 rue Jean-Talon E., Montreal, QC H2R 1V5

(514)270-7110 Fax:(514)270-7154 SUBMERSIBLE WASTEWATER PUMP

ASSOCIATION (SWPA) 1866 Sheridan Rd., #210, Highland Park, IL 600352545 USA (847)681-1868 Fax:(847)681-1869 Contact: Charles G. Stolberg, Executive Director THE SOLID WASTE ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA

1100 Wayne Ave., #700, Silver Spring, MD 20910 USA (800)467-9262 Fax:(301)589-7068

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77 ORCHARD ROAD

AJAX, ONTARIO CORP.

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High Pressure Water Jetting Liquid/Dry Vacuum Services

L1S6K9

TEL: (905) 619-3009 FAX; (905) 619-3638

Waste Water Treatment

Sponge Jet Cleaning

Contact: Carol Fearns, Chief Operating Officer

For more information, circle reply card No. 267 Water Environment Association of Ontario

Digester Cleaning,Dewatering, Dredging,Disposal Complete Services

WATER ENVIRONMENT ASSOCIATION OF

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ONTARIO (WEAO)

177-14845-6 Yonge St., Aurora, ON L4G 6H8 (905)726-1300 Fax:(905)726-2300 E-mall: weao@weao.org Web site: weao.org

The full range of water and wastewater related services

Contact: Francesca Davino, Exec. Administrator

800-465-2115 www.trimaxenv.com; 888-776-7306 www.azurixna.com

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

For more information, circle reply card No. 268

sound public policy. WATER ENVIRONMENT FEDERATION

601 Wythe St., Alexandria, VA22314-1994 USA (703)684-2400 WESTERN CANADA WATER &

WASTEWATER ASSOCIATION (WCWWA) 203-301 14 St. N.W., Calgary, AB T2N 2A1 (877)283-2003,(403)283-2003 Fax;(403)283-2007 Contact; Audrey Arlsman, Executive Director

IWS

INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD. MONTREAL

BARRIE

SASKATOON

GROUNDWATER TECHNOLOGY SPEGIALISTS Engineers & Hydrogeologlsts Serving the Groundwater industry for Over 65 Years Tel: (705) 733-0111, Fax; (705) 721-0138

342 Bayview Drive, Box 310, Barrie, Ontario, Canada L4M 4T5

E-mail: iws@iws.ca. Web site: www.iws.ca

For more information, circle reply card No. 269 FILTER MEDIA

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ANTHRACITE

QUALITY FILTER SAND & GRAVEL CARBON - GARNET - ILMENITE REMOVAL & INSTALLATION

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Media & Coal Ltd.

20 SHARP ROAD,R.R. #6, BRANTFORD,ONTARIO N3T5L8

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TEL:(519)751-1080 FAX:(519)751-0617

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For more information,

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• Water/Wastewater Facility Clean out Services • Digester/Lagoon Clean out Specialists • High-pressure Water Blasting • Mobile Screening/Dewatering Units • Spills Response

s 5I9-752-C7637

Biosolids Management Biosollds Land Application Public Relations & Nutrient Management Planning Turnkey Facility Management

Third Party Compliance & Auditing Comprehensive Technical Assistance

% www.wessuc.com

5l 519-752-^84^

For more information, circle reply card No. 270 Enviroiiniental Science & Engineering, January 2002


Research and Development IIN icxn>u KwfSAl.

ji

Effects of nanotechnology on both atmospheric and

Experience the future at the world's largest trade

water treatment

fair for environment and

Do new nanotechnologies

clean up or harm ihe envi ronment? The question was addressed at Rice Univer

sity, Houston, Texas, December 10, 2001, at a workshop titled: Nanotech nology and environment- an examina tion of the potential benefits and perils of an emerging technology. The work shop was open to the public without charge.

waste disposal. streams, recovering materials before they become wastes and expanding available resources," Dr. Wiesner said.

He noted that the nanotechnology indus try is only just emerging, so we need to question whether it presents new envi ronmental challenges so that the prod ucts of nanochemistry do not become dangerous environmental pollutants. Rice hosted the workshop in affili ation with its new Center for Biologi cal and Environmental

Nanotechnology, one of six major Nanoscale Science and Engineering Centers announced by the National Science Foun dation and the first to fo

cus on applications of nanoscience to biology and the environment.

Nanotechnologies in volve materials that are one-billionth of a metre in size. Now research at

tion at first.

It was nontoxic and nonflammable and

replaced highly toxic compounds that had caused nu merous accidental deaths from their use in home refrig erators.

"Emerging technologies present new opportunities for improving the human condition, but they also have the poten tial for unforeseen negative environmen tal consequences," said Mark Wiesner, director of Rice's Energy and Environ mental Systems Institute (EESl), which co-sponsored the workshop with the Of fice for Science and Technology of the US French Embassy. Citing Freon as an example, he said this chemical was hailed as an impor tant advance in refrigeration at first. It was nontoxic and nonflammable and

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Government Affairs

New Brunswick and Quebec sign environmentai cooperation agreement

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in ecosystems," Andre Boisclair said. "By helping to preserve the quality of the environment,the cooperation agree ment will make development of the rec reation and tourism industry as well as commercial and sport fishing possible." By signing this new bilateral agree ment, the two governments agree they will share information and knowledge on environmental problems of common interest, as well as share their expertise on environmental matters. The two

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Environment and Local Government Minister Kim Jardine (left) and Quebec Envi ronment Minister Andre Biosciair signing the agreement.

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Drinking Water

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• Owners of large waterworks to pro vide free quarterly reports on the state of their drinking water. • Owner to place notices in clearly vis ible public locations if water does not meet standards.

• Water quality analysts to obtain a new, mandatory licence to perform a wide range of water tests. • Laboratories that test drinking water to be accredited for the tests they are conducting. In addition, the Ministry will annu ally inspect all 645 municipal water treatment systems and require coixective action where necessary.

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4. Protecting Ontario's Gronndwater Recognizing that municipalities use groundwater. and that thousands of resi dences and businesses use private wells to draw groundwater for their own use, the Ontario government is developing a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary range

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nnember authorities and municipalities across the province. The network will provide an early warning system for changes in water levels caused by cli mate conditions or human activities

and information on regional trends in groundwater quality. Agreements have been signed with 25 conservation au thorities and monitoring stations have already been established in a number of them.

5. Nutrient Management On June 13, 2001, the Ontario gov ernment introduced legislation to ad dress land-applied materials containing nutrients. This includes provisions for the development of strong new stand ards for all land-applied materials con taining nutrients, a proposal to ban the land application of untreated septage over a five-year period, and proposed strong new requirements such as: the review and approval of nutrient manage ment plans, certification of land appli cators, a new registry system for all land applications and strong enforcement. Enhancements to the Ontario

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guarding habitat and setting aside val leys of pristine old growth forests as part of its revolutionary forestry manage ment techniques. The World Wildlife Fund(WWF)recognized this Gift to the

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Earth as WWF CEOs from around the

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ment in forestry, better positioning them in the global market place with the in creasing number of environmentallyconscious consumers. High standards for sustainable forestry are a growing in ternational phenomenon, with major companies like Europe's AssiDomiin, Canada's Tembec Inc., and the billion-

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New President to lead

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Mr. Gamble comes to CEO after two and a half years as Manager of Government Relations with Professional Engineers of Ontario-the organization that regulates the practice of professional engineering in Ontario. Prior to that, he spent three years at Queen's Park as a special assistant to the environment minister. Mr. Gamble, who holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Queen's University, spent most of his career in the consulting engineering industry as a

aging Director of lisaak, Eric Schroff, says: "Eirst Nations rose to the occasion and started to work, with input from environmentalists, creating a solution to the resource management issues in the area rather than letting conflict spiral into chaos. These initiatives are hap pening elsewhere in the world,but lisaak was a compelling example because it is in a developed country - here, in North America."

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Industry Update

University of Toronto honours engineers with Engineering Alumni medals The Engineering Alumni medal was presented in October to Gary Heinke, P.Eng., long time Professor of Civil Engineering and Dean of Applied Science and Engineering at the Uni versity of Toronto. His skills and enterprise have taken him beyond Canada to many challenges in Green land,Scandinavia, and most recently in Hong Kong and China. The cita tion said he is a pioneering engineer, teacher and early explorer of issues in environmental quality manage ment that will determine the future

of our planet. Peter Laughton, P.Eng., was ad mitted to The Engineering Alumni Hall of Distinction. The citation said

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Eating fish caught in the Great Lakes can cause brain damage in adults, erod ing their verbal memory and learning ability,says a US study. Earlier research

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The study appeared in Environmen tal Health Perspectives, ajournal of the US National Institutes of Health.

Quebec STPs discharging 'Acutely Toxic' effluent The water flushed into lakes and rivers

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Environment Ministry looked for doz ens of known toxic chemicals and found

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old and new models differ, possibly af fecting facilities' regulatory status, it is the responsibility of the facility to ap ply the new models and ensure regula tory compliance. Comprehensive Certificates of Approval(Air) To streamline management of CoAs and MOE's approval process, Compre hensive CoAs are now acceptable. Unlike standard, source-specific CoAs, Comprehensive CoAs itemize all sources of a facility's air emission on one Certificate, to enhance operational flex ibility, since amendments are no longer needed when circumstances change as

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Environmental Regulations identify substances (priorities) most in need of a new or revised standard. Stage 2 will assess risks. Stage 3, risk man agement, is potentially of most interest to industry, since it incorporates practi cal considerations in standards imple mentation. Stakeholder input is encour aged at all stages and may require indi vidual industries or industry associations to conduct emission inventory develop ment and dispersion modelling to iden tify issues and present those issues to the Ministry. Revised Air Standards

Air quality standards for 18 substances have been developed utilizing the Risk Management framework (as per MOE's Standards Plan, revised October 1999)

amended regulation requires reporting

license to generate or sell electricity in

of air emissions from a much wider

Ontario.

range of facilities annually. Reports on 358 air contaminants are required; how ever 268 of the substances overlap with National Pollutant Release Inventory re-

Emissions Reduction Trading The MOE is proposing the use of an emissions reduction trading system for

SO,and NO,^ across all sectors to allow

Facilities emitting any of these substances should develop a site-wide emission inventory and evaluate compliance to the revised standards.... porting requirements. Facilities will report in 2002 on 2001 emissions. In 2003, the regulation requirement will spread to even smaller facilities. New Emission Limits

a cost-effective and flexible approach to meet air quality standards. Credits could be purchased from emitters within or outside Ontario in the regional airshed and would be discounted with distance

In 2001,lower regulated limits(caps)

from the purchaser's site.

including: acrylonitrile (I), ammonia (I), for SO,and NO^ took effect for coal and chlorine (I),chlorofonn (I),ethyl benzene oil-fired facilities generating greater (I), ethyl ether (I), n-heptane (F), n- than 25 megawatts in Ontario's electric hexane(P), hydrogen chloride (I),isopro- ity sector. Future limits to cover gener pyl benzene (F), methanol (F), methyl- ating facilities not previously capped ethyl ketone (I), methylisobutyl ketone (e.g., combustion turbine units) are also (F), mineral spirits (I), propylene oxide planned. Non-compliance may lead to (I), toluene (F), vinylidene chloride (F) fines or loss of the license to generate and xylene (F). Values are either final or sell electricity. New emission limits (F), interim (I) or proposed (P). for other sectors are planned for 2003. Revised standards for perchloro- The MOE plans a consultative process ethylene and dichloromethane posted in to define the scope of these limits. Emission Performance Standards 1998 remain as interim standards. Xy lene remains under review. Facilities The MOE is also proposing emission emitting any of these substances should performance standards(rate of emission develop a site-wide emission inventory expressed as a mass emitted per megaand evaluate compliance to the revised watt-hour, as opposed to total emissions)

The List ofToxic Substances is cuirently being assessed, but at present 25 of the 44 Priority Substances List 1 substances

standards with the SCREEN3 or

for SO, and NO^ for coal and oil-fired

ents from pulp mills using bleaching,

AERMOD models before they become

generating facilities greater than 25 megawatts producing electricity for Ontario, including out of province fa

hexachlorobenzene, hexavalent chro

concerns and thus allow facilities or in

dustry groups to voice issues about the proposed standards to the MOE. New Emission Reporting Requirements On May 1,2001, Ontario Regulation 127/01 amended regulation 227/00. The

cilities. New combustion turbine units

in the province will have emission per formance standards written into their

CoAs. Non-compliance with the stand ards could result in fines or loss of the

Acronyms; MOE

CoA US EPA SGREEN3

ISC-PRIME AERMOD

F NPRI

- interim standard (and therefore guideline) - finalized standard (and therefore a legal limit) - National Pollutant Release Inventory

GEPA

- Canadian Environmental Protection Act

PSL1

- Priority Sustances List 1

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Environmental Protection Act (CERA) allow the Federal Environment Minis

ter to request preparation of emergency plans for accidental releases of sub stances declared "toxic" under CEPA.

are considered toxic. These are: ben

zene, benzidine, bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, bis(chloromethyl)ether,chlo rinated wastewater effluents, chloro

methyl methylether, creosote-contami nated sites, 3,3'-dichlorobenzidine, 1,2dichloroethane, dichloromethane,efflu

mium compounds, inorganic arsenic compounds, inorganic cadmium com pounds, inorganic fluorides, oxidic sulphidic and soluble inorganic nickel compounds, polychlorinated dibenzodioxins, polychlorinated dibenzofurans, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, refractory ceramic fibres, short chain chlorinated paraffins, tetrachloroethylene, 1,1,1-trichloroethane and trichlo-

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On the Federal Front Sections 193-205 of the Canadian

roethylene. These have been added to the Toxic Substances List, bringing the total number of substances(as of 2001) up to 47. The plans must cover prevention, preparedness, response and recovery. Although the plans need not be filed with Environment Canada,a declaration

that they have been prepared must be filed. If substances are potentially re leased into the air, heavy gas dispersal models or US EPA emergency gas re lease models can be used to conduct an

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