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Contents

ISSN-0835-605X

December/January 2003 Vol. 15 No.6 Issued January, 2003

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Features

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7 10

Drinking water - where more than the price must be right - Editorial by Tom Davey North Bay students represent Canada at the Stockholm Junior Water Prize

22

Cryptosporidium parvum- a successful and lethal parasite

26

Robotics used in concrete pipe production

30

Hybrid stormwater management facility challenges designers

32

Lubricants save money in water treatment plants

34

Cover story - Canada still at risk from illegal oil dumping.

38

Canada's first ecoStop installed in Fort

40

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report will

Erie, Ontario

dramatically impact

Filtering chemical weapons incineration

on water and

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41

wastewater

Solving pump clogging problems at a Quebec casino

operations.

42

Agricultural waste management solution shows promise

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43

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44

Why do we treat urban runoff?

46

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47

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51

New electrocoagulation process treats oily wastewater

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How to protect lone workers and save money

100 Planning for rivers with waterpower

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industry Update

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Professional Cards

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Feedback

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Calendar of Events

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Literature Reviews

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Reflections on History

Drinking water - where more than the price must be right

Consultants were again under

fire in Toronto, December

2002, over

this was not conclusive proof but cer tainly very respectable evidence ofa link

what some

between cholera and tainted water. Dr.

claimed were "lavish fees".

Snow's findings were dismissed by the

Unfortunately consulting engineers are too often lumped in with the generic term of consultant, which, these days, covers a wide array of municipal serv ices not even remotely connected to en gineering services. Environmental consulting engineers, on the other hand, are part of one of the oldest and largest learned professions in Canada whose design skills are an inte gral part of our water and wastewater treatment infrastructure. Allegations of lavish fees to me seem adjectivally in appropriate for consulting engineers - a profession whose skills were saving lives long before many water-borne diseases were identified by medical science. Willis Chipman,for example, one of Canada's pioneer consulting engineers, worked on water and wastewater sys tems in many parts of Canada in the late 1800s before setting up the private con sulting practice of Chipman and Power in 1901. Pioneering engineering consult ing firms brought "sanitary engineer ing" to communities which were often blighted with lethal water- borne dis

lives.

Willis Chipman

British medical elite who arrogantly and erroneously proclaimed that cholera was an airborne disease. Dr. Snow did some of the earliest

epidemiological mapping in the world which was never recognized in his day. His published work on cholera was poorly received and only a few copies were sold. He was not invited to the

but, regrettably to my mind,environmen tal engineering displaced the more ac curate term of sanitary engineering, in

Royal Society, lost money on his chol era publication and died in relative ob scurity. By comparison, 30 years later, when

the 1970s.

Robert Koch identified the vibrio

eases. Sanitas is a Latin word for health

Neither the news media nor general public are even remotely aware of the contribution to public health by these pioneer consulting engineers. The pioneering work of a London medical doctor, John Snow,should also

be honoured. Working alone, he cor rectly identified cholera as a water-borne disease around 1850, approximately the same time Charles Dickens was writing

ing able to draw purer water further off shore. His pumping masterpiece was restored in 1998 by the consulting firm of UMA. It is now in pristine condition so the public can see tangible evidence of engineering which saved so many Literally thousands of people died from water-borne epidemics in the 1800s and 1900s. How many politicians realize that the majority of our infra structure projects, which had a major impact on public health, were designed by consulting engineers working in liai son with city engineers? A few months ago, a Toronto news paper report said that consultants had been on & feedingfrenzy, thanks to over whelmed city officials in the new Mega City of Toronto. Lost to the writer was the fact that most of the bridges, high ways, water and wastewater projects were designed by consulting engineers; that they are worth billions of dollars today, with the original design fees long amortized into insignificance.The value of good engineering is profound and long-lasting. Without its environmental infrastructure Canada's largest city might still be "Muddy York", a quaint village perched on Lake Ontario, per haps to evolve into a quaint tourist at traction featuring Fort York and "craft shoppes." There's a lesson to be learned from

Toronto's neglected highway and transit

cholerae, he received 100,000 Marks

infrastructure which has resulted in over

from a grateful German government. But the importance of the engineer's role was tragically highlighted in On tario by the Walkerton tragedy, fre quently and erroneously described as Canada's worst drinking water tragedy. When nine people died and some 2,000 citizens were made seriously ill by E.

loaded highways which are now seri ously impacting on the city's viability. As these transportation arteries become ever more clogged, both corporate and entertainment businesses are suffering as the population chokes on traffic fumes. Idling cars and trucks are seri ous polluters, with palpable effects on

coli 0157:H7 from tainted water two

human health. And what about the eco

water pump removed and the cholera epi

years ago, tragedy is certainly the ap propriate word. But compare this to Hamilton, On tario, where,in 1854,a cholera epidemic killed 552 of the city's 14,000 inhabit

demic in that area

ants. The remarkable Thomas Keefer,

declined. Admittedly

who often worked in a consulting role, designed a pumping station which is said to have saved thousands of lives by be

nomic losses emanating from a workforce made tired, and less efficient, through their frustrating commutes twice daily? These are visible symptoms from our neglected highways. Unlike highways, neglected water infrastructure is far removed from public view. I was privileged to chair a seminar

Bleak House. Dr.

Snow had the handle of the Broad Street

By Tom Davey, Editor

Environinenlal Science & Engineering. January 2003

continued overleaf...


Reflections on History

Environmental Science

& Engineering Editor & Publisher

on consulting engineering during the 2002 Water Environment Association

TOM DAVEY

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Ontario Conference which quickly be came a venue for vigorous debate, es pecially from some young female engi neers. During the meeting,even the most evangelical of the debaters felt that, while they were underpaid, there sim ply wasn't enough money in this field to remunerate them properly for their years of education, knowledge and re sponsibilities. Although I was supposed to be a neu tral chairman,this viewpoint angered me somewhat. There are many cases in

Technical Advisory Board

Canada and the US where deaths have

Jim Bishop Stantec Global Technologies Ltd.

ter while remedies were both available

occurred through tainted drinking wa and affordable. I cited Walkerton where

Bill Borlase, P.Eng. City of Winnipeg

some $64 million had been spent on in quiries, legal fees and compensation. This figure does not cover the pain and suffering ofthose affected and the huge

George V. Crawford, P.Eng., M.A.Sc. CH2M HILL Canada Limited

Rod Holme, P.Eng. Earth Tech Canada Inc.

losses in real estate and businesses. Had

Barry Loescher, Ph.D. Philip Analytical Peter Laughton, M.Eng., P.Eng., DEE R.V. Anderson Associates

Stanley Mason, P.Eng.

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a fraction ofthis $64 million been spent on operator training and certification, chlorination equipment, regular analy ses and reporting procedures, regular pipe swabbing and replacement pro grams,lives would have been saved, and suffering avoided. I repeat, not only can we afford engineering excellence, we cannot afford not to properly reward those who provide it. The impending shortage of environmental engineers should give those who put low price over value engineering pause to reflect. The complexities of today's environmental engineering cannot be addressed by a low bid mentality. Many cities provide safe drinking water for less than one dollar per 1,000 litres. There's an added bonus, the mostly forgotten benefits offire protec tion. Areas not served by pressure water mains usually have much higher fire in surance premiums. While some com plain when water rates increase, how many realize that they are getting 1,000 litres of pure water delivered into virtu ally every room in the house for one dollar. In my area, it costs about 70 cents per 1,000 litres. This is one of the low est water rates in the civilized world, yet on December 11,2002, a column by To ronto Sun columnist, Linda Leatherdale, contained the following memorable sen tences:"Right now,some municipalities charge us for water usage. Others charge a flat rate, like Walkerton. But the Ernie Eves' gang is now ordering municipali ties to come up with realistic costs of

providing water and sewer services, in cluding upgrades. And with a new userpay rule, taxpayers will get hit with the bill." Yet, all around the country, people can be seen, like suckling babies, sip ping from the ubiquitous plastic water bottles which often cost well in excess

of$2 per 500 ml.

Not only can -we afford

engineering excellence, we cannot afford

not to properly reward those who provide it. Today's young engineers, analytical chemists and operators are heirs to a great environmental heritage left to them by engineering legends such as Thomas Keefer, Willis Chipman, Dr. Albert Berry and chemists such as Lt. Colonel Nasmith, who devised water purification methods on the battlefields of World

War I before becoming a founder mem ber of the consulting engineering firm of Gore & Storrie (now CH2M HILL). Interestingly, when George Crawford, REng. was President of G&S, he com missioned a brief history of Canadian Consulting Engineering in Canada which captured vital historical data be fore being lost to posterity. The published data in this slim book let shows how consulting engineering has had a profound effect on human health. Subsequent events show that many environmental legacies have been frittered away by diluting the quality of enviromnental science with the incessant

dripping ofthe low bid ethos.Those who ignore the tragedies ofthe past are des tined to repeat them. More people have been killed by dirty water than all the wars of recorded history. And on a very minor personal note, this editorial marks one of over 90 edi

torials and comments in the 15 years since Environmental Science & Engi neering was founded. We do not envi sion any lack of idiotic causes, or con troversial issues,to comment on over the next few years. Public awareness of the realities ofthe environmental sci ences seems to be a renewable re

source, worthy of consideration by the Kyoto experts.

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North Bay students represent Canada at the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition

Two North Bay, Ontario, high-

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were amongst the 45 entries at the 2002 International Stockholm Jun

ior Water Prize Competition (SJWP) held in August, 2002. SJWP is consid ered the world's most prestigious water science prize awarded to youth. First place went to Katherine Holt from Virginia, for her project "Clean ing the Chesapeake Bay with Oysters." This international award includes a crys tal sculpture and $5,000 US. It was pre sented by HRH Crown Princess Victo ria of Sweden, patron ofthe SJWP. For their project, Richard and Alex set out to test the water quality ofTrout Lake,North Bay.The City of North Bay is considering filtering its water supply

HRH Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden presents award to Alex Omiccioli.

because it is unsure of the continued

water quality ofits main reservoir,Trout Lake.This study suggests that the water intake be moved closer to the 68m Ba

sin to access extremely high quality raw water. Continued treatment of raw wa

ter using chlorination and ultraviolet light, may well meet all the Ontario Drinking Water Objectives and thus save the City millions of dollars in filtering costs.

The students found that the micro

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the second year we have been able to send a Canadian entry to the competi tion, and we hope to be able to continue to do so for many years to come", he said.

Mr. Madden explained that the

By Steve Davey, Environmental Science &

Engineering Magazine

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Richard Miron receives his award from HRH Princess Victoria.

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education. Minister Kim Jardine

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most ambitious plan to expand and pro tect the country's natural areas in 117 years, since Canada's first national park

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Feedback

Re: The Fearful Frustrations of Fenestration

Dear Tom,

I especially enjoyed your November editorial. Is there really such a thing as Fensa? Thanks.

John Robson (John Robson is senior editorial writer and columnist for The

Ottawa Citizen) Thanks John for your e-mail received just before Christmas. Yes John, there really is a Fensa. Tom Davey.

Dear Mr. Davey, With regards to your September edito rial, I wondered if you have had the chance to read The Skeptical Environmentalist hy Bjorn Lomborg. This book provides interesting and defensible ar guments against many of the common gloom and doom litanies that are so per vasive within our society, such as food scarcity, ever increasing levels of pol lution and the possibility that wars will be fought over ever diminishing supplies

of potable water. I think that a review of this book in

your editorial comment would be of in terest to many of your readers. I know I would be very interested in your per spective of this book. Ian Ceilings, B.Sc., C.Chem,MRSC, Environmental Consultant, Vancouver. While I have not read his book, I heard

him speak at a Fraser Institute Lunch eon and his views were very thoughtprovoking.

Dear Tom,

I have enjoyed your magazine as a regu lar reader for many years. Your cover stories on Kyoto in the November issue was particularly poignant, as I am cur rently writing a book on air pollution. Would it be possible to obtain a copy ofthe magnificent cover photo and per mission to use it in my book? Keep up the good work. Hans Tammemagi,St. Catharines Sorry - the copyrights we purchasedfor that particular photo only covered that

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tion is also "the arrangement of win dows in a building". Dear Tom, Your November editorial was about an

idiotic UK law on the licensing of win dow frame installers, partly to reduce global warming by reducing leakage of warm air into the atmosphere. In the

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Industry Update

City of Barrie fined for sewage spill The City ofBarrie, Ontario has been sentenced to a $50,000 penalty after being found guilty of a discharge of untreated sewage that killed fish in Bear Creek. In addition to receiving a $35,000 fine, the City was di rected to pay $15,000 to the Nottawasaga Valley Conserva tion Authority for stream restoration. The court heard that, in August 1998, between 75,000 and 85,000 gallons of un treated sewage overflowed from a manhole into Bear Creek,

Ontario working on new nutrient management regulations Public consultation meetings on a second round of regula tions under Ontario's Nutrient Management Act were launched in December 2002. The legislation and its regula tions will provide clear, consistent standards for agricultural practices that impact upon the environment, especially as they relate to land-applied materials containing nutrients. The second stage consultations will deal with require ments regarding: • Categories of non-livestock, municipal and industrial gen erators of materials containing nutrients; • Content requirements of nutrient management strategies for municipal and industrial generators; • Construction and siting ofbarns and manure storages; set backs and buffers from watercourses for land application; • Training and certification for anyone who prepares nutri ent management plans and strategies, as well as haulers and applicators;

Si The new regulations will deal with the siting and construc tion of barns and manure storage.

• Quality standards for land-applied nutrients; nutrient man agement at feedlot operations; roles and responsibilities of local advisory committees; winter spreading; land applica tion near municipal wells; and enhancements to the Minis try of the Environment's land application program. A proposed strategy to ban the land application of un treated septage over a five-year period will also be part of the second stage consultations. For more information go to www.gov.on.ca/OMAFRA/ english/agops/index.html.

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Industry Update Ontario amends water and

grants totalling $8,000,000 from the

sewer sustainabillty bill

Canadian Foundation for Innovation and

the ministere de I'Education du Quebec for the installation of a supercomputer. This computer, the most powerful in Canada, will allow high performance

Significant changes have been made to Bill 175,the Sustainable Water and Sew age Systems Act, to reflect recommen

dations from public consultations and Justice O'Connor's Report. The proposed Act would make it mandatory for municipalities to assess

in disciplines as diverse as engineering, medieine, computer science, physical

and report on the full costs of providing

science, and environmental science.

water and sewage services, and then to prepare and implement plans for recov ering those costs. Consultations on the Act were held in Ottawa, Toronto and Walkeiton.

The amendments were passed by the Standing Committee on General Gov ernment during a clause-by-clause re

numerical simulation and visualisation

recover aii costs related to the deliv

Senior government,industry and uni versity officials joined CLUMEQ re searchers and funding agency repre sentatives at the opening ceremony at McGill University Faculty Club, No

ery of water and wastewater services.

vember 13, 2002.

Municipalities wiii have the authority to

• The province will retain the authority to cap water and sewer rates but the

government has made four key amend

Minister ofthe Environment can permit a municipality to exceed that cap in spe

ments:

cial circumstances.

view of the Act on December 4. The

Erratum The news item on page 57 of the No vember 2002 issue of Environmental

Science & Engineering, entitled "Gold

• Municipalities will have the authority •The province will be given full and ef to recover all costs of protecting water fective regulation-making powers within sources, as long as those costs are re

lated to the delivery of water and wastewater services.

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• Municipalities will now have control

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Industry Update

Biosolids management award presented at WEF conference The EPA selected the Merrimack

Wastewater Treatment Facility(WWTF)

wood sectors, as well as Environment

leveraged by an additional $42.4 M from

Canada.

the consortia.

The Canadian Raw Materials Data

base uses the techniques oflife-cycle in ventory (LCI), consistent with the

Ifthese technologies are successfully applied, the total contribution to Green house Gas(GHG)emissions reduction is estimated to be within the range of 11.2 Mt (mega-tonnes) - based on the consortia's self-reported estimates within the first Kyoto commitment pe

Part of the EPA's Biosolids Exemplary

method oflife-cycle assessment(LCA), to profile the environmental inputs and outputs associated with the production of Canadian commodity materials. This life-cycle inventory data can be used by

riod of 2008-2012.

Management Awards Program, the award recognizes the Merrimack facil

small and medium-sized manufacturers, converters, formulators and others to

ity as one of the first moderately-sized WWTFs in the United States to develop an Environmental Management System for Biosolids by using a carefully inte

SDTC is a funding organization man dated to foster the rapid develop-ment,

better the environmental performance of their products, consistent with the prin ciples of pollution prevention.

to receive its 2002 National First Place

Biosolids Management Award for mid sized wastewater treatment facilities.

demonstration and commercial-ization

of innovative technological solutions, which address climate change and air quality. It commenced operations in No

Each of the participating industries (the paper industry elected not to par vember 2001. The Foundation is an ini Merrimack installed USFilter's 15ticipate) provided a list of environmen tiative of the Government of Canada, bay IPS composting system in 1994, tal burdens associated with the produc and operates as an arm's-length, not-forproducing a high-quality and nutrient- tion of their materials. Each commod profit Corporation. This is SDTC's first rich finished compost product that is low ity item listed in the database, such as funding announcement. in trace metals and easily marketable. high density polyethylene, has a list of It is important to note that SDTC has With a composting capacity of approxi environment burdens associated with its engaged some ofCanada's top emissions mately 225 cubic yards per day or more manufacturing processes.These include; creators. Entrepreneurs from the emit than 50,000 cubic yards per year, the material inputs; ancillary materials re ting sectors are developing effective facility serves the town of Merrimack quired; energy consumed; water usage; technologies to address GHG and CAC as well as a large local brewery.The town as well as emissions to air, land and emissions. There are a wide range of currently produces 15,000 cubic yards water. technologies that have been submitted offinished compost annually. The Canadian Raw Materials Data for consideration aud these include: car base will be available free-of-charge to bon sequestration linked to energy ex Canadian raw materials those who register on the official web ploration and industrial processes; agri database launched site (www.crmd.uwaterloo.ca). cultural waste management; and energy A new, on-line database that houses utilization in the building and transpor Clean Technology Projects tation sectors. The same sectors that are life cycle inventory data has been de signed to help industry support volun Sustainable Development Technology responsible for creating emissions are tary efforts aimed at improving the en Canada(SDTC),a $100 M fund for the developing solutions that will help some vironmental performance of their prod demonstration and commercialization of ofour most vital economic sectors - en ucts. The Canadian Raw Materials Da sustainable development technologies, ergy, forestry, agriculture, transporta tabase is the combined result of several announced that its Board of Directors tion, pulp and paper and construction industries, including those in the has approved funding for eight projects operate in a sustainable way. Contact aluminum, glass, plastics, steel and totalling $6.61 M. These funds are www.sdtc.ca. grated operating program.

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Industry Update Antarctic ozone hole

than at any time since 1988,atmospheric Europe. scientists say. Previously, since 1979, the return of Scientists from the National Aero sunlight to the high latitudes of the nautics and Space Administration Southern Hemisphere has produced (NASA)and the National Oceanic and massive depletion ofozone over Antarc Atmospheric Administration (NCAA) tica. Late in 2002, the hole was smaller say the smaller ozone hole over the Ant arctic is due to this year's warm stratospheric weather patterns. Although the ozone hole is smaller, Our Great Team scientists are warning that a single year's unusual pattern does not make a long as our to scientists in the United States and

shrinks, divides in two The ozone hole over the Antarctic in

September 2002 was not only smaller than it was in 2000 and 2001, but has split into two separate holes, according

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This new and challenging municipal position reports directly to the senior manager for Utility/Environ mental Services and involves responsibility for all technical aspects of the design and operation of the water and wastewater systems. Other environmental disciplines relating to municipal services and operations will be included in the duties and responsibilities. The person we are seeking has a Degree In Engineering from a recognized Canadian university, is a Registered Professional Engineer In Ontario, and Ideally has a minimum of 10 years of successful experience in the design and operation of water and wastewater systems. A thorough knowledge of the relevant legislative requirements will be a definite asset.

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ZENON receives three new Smiths Falls will provide a competitive salary and excellent benefit package,commensurate with expe rience.

Smiths Falls Is a community of 9100 residents, located at the heart of the historic RIdeau Canal, and only an hour from the cities of Ottawa and Kingston. The town offers a desirable lifestyle that Includes affordable housing, excellent medical and educational services, plenty of shopping and considerable indoor and outdoor recreational opportunities (www.smlths-falis.on.ca).

awards On October 4, 2002, ZENON Environ mental Inc. received the Ontario Cham

ber ofCommerce Outstanding Business Achievement Award in Toronto. This marks the second time that it has been

Please submit your detailed resume by Friday February 14, 2003, to Mr. David Hartwell, Director of Utility/Environmental Services, Town of Smiths Falls, P.O. Box 695,77 Beckwith Street North, Smiths

recognized for its excellence in business achievement in the past four years. This

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award recognizes company accomplish ments in a number of areas, including sales,export growth,employment,prod uct innovation, technological advance ments and general entrepreneurial skills.

We thank all applicants for their Interest In our position, however oniy those selected for an Interview wiii be contacted.

On October 7, ZENON Environ

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Trade Minister Pierre Pettigrew pre sented the prestigious award to ZENON,noting that the company is an excellent example of Canada's creativ ity and innovation on the international

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Industry Update Nova Scotia to install first

J-Spin™ centrifuge in Canada USFilter Dewatering Systems will pro vide a J-Spin™ centrifuge to the Village of Baddeck Sewage Treatment Plant in Nova Scotia. This will be the first such

centrifuge to be installed in Canada. The plant project was funded through a Federal/Provincial/Municipal funding initiative called the Canada/Nova Scotia

Infrastructure Program. The $195 mil

lion, six-year Infrastructure Program is administered by the Atlantic Canada Op portunities Agency and Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. Bruce Morrison, Village of Baddeck Councillor, pushed for getting a sludge dewatering system installed. "We needed one for two reasons," he said. "First, because ofthe climate,transport ing the sludge during winter months is impractical. Secondly, we wanted to be able to compost the sludge at our solid waste facility."

ABL Environmental of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, designed the(US)1.2-million-gallon-per-day treatment plant, se lecting the J-Spin centrifuge for its small footprint and automatic package. The Baddeck centrifuge control system is designed to control the entire sludge dewatering system and to communicate with SCADA for remote control.

Because the solid bowl centrifuge produces up to 4,000 Gs of centrifugal force, the machine is able to generate extremely high solids and can easily adapt to varying throughput with mini mal operator attention. The enclosed design of the J-Spin centrifuge reduces odour emissions, and the unique hydrau lic backdrive system enables the opera tor to optimize the polymer consump tion relative to the discharge perform ance requirements. The plant should be operational in early spring, 2003.

ITT Flygt in top 10 in world sustainability ranking & Free Chlorine Moniforing

ITT Flygt ranked number nine,in a pres tige-filled international ranking of the world's best sustainability reports, con ducted by the British company SustainAbility Ltd. on behalf of the United Nations Environment Pro

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gramme(UNEP).In the heavy industry category,ITT Flygt came in third place. "To be ranked within the top ten com panies is important recognition of ITT Flygt's continued work with sustainable development," says Magnus Enell, ITT Flygt Corporate Manager Sustainable Development. SustainAbility Ltd.'s ranking of the reports is the most prestigious review of its type. Since the first review, which was conducted in 1994, one has been under taken every second year. In total 100 reports are reviewed and out ofthese the best 50 are analysed in detail according to context and commitment, manage ment quality, economic performance, social and ethical performance,environ mental performance, multidimensional performance and accessibility and assur ance. The ability to integrate the differ ent parts of sustainability and the way in which they are reported plays an im portant role in the overall ranking. "It is interesting to note that Europe is well represented in the top 50 reports," says Enell. "Thirty-one come from Eu rope, eight from North America and six from Japan. The other five come from companies in South Africa, Brazil,Aus tralia and New Zealand."

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Industry Update US introduces Wastewater

binations. Calls differ in frequency, du

has been studying Canada goose behav

Treatment Security Bill

ration and intervals. Sound combina

iour and vocal communications since

A bill introduced in the US Senate in October 2002 would authorize US$185

tions, sequences and speaker selection change randomly, leading geese to per ceive many birds in many locations.

1979,then presenting and publishing his findings. The development of

million to increase the safety and secu rity ofthe nation's wastewater treatment plants.

Dr. Philip Whitford, Associate Pro

fessor of Biology at Capital University

GooseBuster

was based

on

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Whitford's scientific lab and field stud ies. Contact: www.bird-x.com.

The Wastewater Treatment Works

Security and Safety Act of2002 provides

ACLAE

Help assure safe drinking

funds to assess viilnerabilities at

water in Canada

wastewater plants and implement secu rity improvements. The bill will help ensure long term safety and security at these plants by providing funds to re search new technologies. The bill also provides $15 million for grants to help small communities con

We need motivated experts to assess laboratory conformance to CAEAL

ISO/TEC 17025 in a world-class

accreditation program

duct vulnerability assessments, develop

Do you:

emergency response plans, and address potential threats to the treatment works. The Association of Metropolitan Sew erage Agencies has endorsed the legis

• Have a degree or diploma with at least five years environmental laboratory experience? • Possess credentials in laboratory management, quality practices, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, toxicology, radiochemistry, microbiology, air analysis or asbestos analysis? • Possess good organization, communication and interpersonal skills?

lation.

GooseBuster gets rids of unwelcome Canada geese There are millions of Canada geese and they are increasing by 30% a year. They leave at least a pound of droppings per day, per goose. GooseBuster uses actual alert and alarm calls of Canada geese,

Are you willing to volunteer your time to: • Conduct 2 visits per year for 3 years? • Attend a Lead Auditor/Lead Assessor training course? • Attend CAEAL assessor training? NOTE:CAEAL funds all assessor travel and training.

recorded under natural conditions.

Geese recognize these calls and respond instinctively (to 'alert' calls indicating uneasiness about potential danger and 'alarm'calls signifying immediate dan ger). Reacting to either, they evacuate instantly, without waiting to identify the

Help accredit drinking water laboratories. Submit your resume to Ms. Jennifer Clark (jclark@caeal.ca) by April 9,2003.

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source.

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Drinking Water

Cryptosporidium parvum is a very successful and lethal parasite

The water-borne protozoan

parasite, Cryptosporidium parvum has gained world wide recognition during the past ten years as it has caused more hu man illness and mortality than any other fecal-associated microorganism. Clarke, in 1895, may have been the first to view species of Cryptosporidium which were described 15 years later and named as Cryptosporidium muris in mice by Tyzzer. Eighteen additional species have

OThicK-wailed ooc/st(sporuiated)

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OSpofDZOite

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of transmission, however, cannot ex

plain the large number ofinfections in a human population whose exposure to animal feces is limited.

The success ofthe survival and trans

mission of C.parvum can also be attrib uted to a specific aspect ofits life cycle. There are six developmental stages as outlined in Figure 1. The oocyst is the environmentally-resistant form of the parasite life cycle. The resistance of an oocyst is demonstrated well by its sur vival in the natural environment.

Stressors, such as temperature, includ ing freezing, pH,osmolarity, and chemi cals, such as common disinfectants that kill many other microorganisms,includ ing other parasites, have limited effect on the viability of the oocyst of Cryptosporidium par\>um. The oocyst de velops from the microgamete stage in the intestine of the

host into a spherical double-layered wall that covers three

unit membranes. Within the mem branes are four vi-

oocyst

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able sporozoites, which are released from the oocyst through a suture in the inner oocyst wall. Once the ingested oocyst passes through the digestive tract to the

oocysts, which also contain four sporozoites, is to immediately initiate infection within the epithelial cells ofthe

small intestine and

reaches the epithelial tissues in the intestine

of the host (whether it be a human or a spe cific animal), then the sporozoites released from the suture on the

oocyst wall penetrate the epithelial cells and initiate the life cycle of the parasite. The thick-walled

oocyst, as shown in Figure 2, comprises Figure 2. Thick-walled oocyst of C. parvum (Scanning approximately 80 per Electron Micrograph) cent of the oocysts formed. The remaining 20 percent of animal intestine and not pass into the the oocysts develop only a single unit animal feces. Cryptosporidium parvum can infect membrane covering. These thin-walled humans by causing diarrhea that can last oocysts are susceptible to any environ mental stressors, which means that the from three to twelve days and, in some viable sporozoites within the membrane cases, the diarrhea may last up to three are not sufficiently protected once they weeks. As there is no cure for human infec

are outside of the intestine.

The obvious strategy ofthis parasite,

ing, is to produce four times as many of the resistant thick-walled oocysts as the thin-walled variety. The function of the thin-walled

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Macrogamont

to ensure its ultimate success in surviv

By Garry Palmateer, M.Sc.

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Asexual Cycle

Thin-waHed

been defined since that time.

Although it was originally thought that each species was host-specific, Cryptosporidium parvum, which is com monly found infecting calves and lambs, also resides in rodents, puppies and kit tens, using them as reservoir hosts. The ability of C. parvum to cross species barriers is a major reason why there are so many human infections. This mode

Type I Metuiil

tion as yet, Cryptosporidiosis can be fatal for immuno-conipromised persons, which makes this parasite a serious hu man health concern.

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Infrastructure

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Robotics increase product quality, productivity, and the level of worker safety.

plants hold enviable safety records con sidering the weights,shapes and volume of massive precast concrete products. Contributing to successful operations is the move to fully automatic production systems. With fewer fingers, hands and feet in close proximity to pipe, boxes and manhole components, and ergonomi-

cally designed work stations and equip ment in place to reduce lifting of heavy objects, the risks associated with inju ries have plummeted. A significant enhancement of the PipePro pipe-making operation began in January 2002. Now, only the crane op erator is required in the production proc-

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ess since robotic systems have been added. Production increased 25% with

an increase in turns ofthe PipePro from 40 to 50 turns in an eight-hour shift. Overall productivity has increased 40%. The PipePro machine incorporates computer technology with a three-sta tion rotary turntable design. The turn table permits three different pipe sizes or products to be manufactured simul taneously. The pipe-making processes are computer controlled to ensure con sistency in both quality and output-and

tomation versus the payback is an ex ponential curve. At the steep end of the curve, a high price is paid for very little gain in cost savings. Each pipe producer needs to find a point for its own opera tion to become profitable. And, you can over-automate. Sometimes, automation requires a manual override to maintain efficiency.You have to examine the criti cal path of operations, and recognize where automation is not needed, or where it is a drawback to production. Most automation replaces activities that

are repetitive. Safety requirements on new equip

ment prevent employees from getting in harm's way - and this is where robots play a significant role. The introduction of robotics into au

tomated concrete pipe plants signals continuing change in an industry that is growing with the technology ofour time. Circle reply card No.154 By Edwin Kling, P.Eng. Hanson Pipe & Products Canada Inc.

to eliminate the need for a second ma

chine operator. The ROCO robot receives cured

products produced on the PipePro, re moves the pallet and header, then stacks the joint rings and places the pipe on a conveyor for vacuum testing, deburring, stenciling,joint ring cleaning, pallet oil ing and transport to the yard for storage and shipping. Robots on each side ofthe ROCO stack the headers and pallets onto skids that fit into a track on the PipePro machine. The skids are transferred by forklift to the PipePro for reuse. Wire cages are placed onto the pallets as the moulds are readied for the next cycle. Each robot has replaced one person for

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ket, Ontario, Conn Construction de

rameters governed by the existing hy draulic grade line. The Gane Parkway Stormwater man agement facility is a hybrid facility con sisting of a flow splitter, a sediment forebay, a wet pond, and a constructed wetland with micro-pools and sub merged outlet culvert. Located imme diately west of the Municipal Office on Mulock Drive, the facility and walkway system provides a focal point in the com munity. The hybrid facility is also adja

cided to use its own resources for con

cent to the 900 mm diameter York-Dur

struction surveying, since grade setting and checking would be an ongoing serv ice requiring immediate use of equip ment at any given time. The window for

ham sanitary forcemain that influenced the facility design in the vicinity of the

struction should never be

taken for granted, even when constructing a stormwater quality, (end-of-pipe) facility where water flow and drainage remain critical design elements. Because of the unique design and challenging construction activities asso ciated with the Cane Parkway Storm water Management Facility in Newmar

construction was limited, and the con tractor had little opportunity in the con struction schedule to depend upon out side geomatics services. Since the

As water enters the

wetland it passes through the dense, indigenous vegetation where sediment

revetment to direct water over a shallow

nine-metre channel into the forebay of the wet pond. The elevation of the inlet weir was 23 cm below the top of a flow splitter, and 23 cm below a cofferdam that stored water behind its armour stone structure at an elevation that allowed the

backed up flow to enter a concrete pipe into the existing wetland, as well as the forebay. As water enters the wetland it passes through the dense, indigenous vegetation where sediment and nutrients are removed naturally before discharge into the Holland River. The clarity ofthe discharge from the wetland contrasts sig nificantly with the cloudy appearance of the river.

In a major rainfall event, water flows over the weir into the sediment forebay, and may spill over the cofferdam into an existing drainage channel that dis charges directly to the river over a gra dient of approximately one metre. The hybrid facility is not designed for flood control of the upstream development. The elevations of the top of the weir, revetment, flow splitter and cofferdam were critical to the ability of the facility

project was located adjacent to an exist ing wetland and within the regulated floodplain of the Holland River, there was no room for grading errors that may cause delays. Hydraulic grade-line was of greatest concern to the consulting engineer. Gumming Cockburn Limited, due to the closeness to outlet to river. Gumming Gockburn was hired by the Town of

constructed wetland and pools. Not only does the facility improve water quality

Newmarket Public Works and Environ

treatment for the 102 hectares of devel

ues over a second, wider weir at a lower

mental Services Department, in con junction with the Lake Simcoe Region Gonservation Authority, to prepare the detailed engineering design and Holland River walkway extension and improve ment. The walkway improvement in-

oped urban land immediately upstream, it also improves the quality of the Hol land River ecosystem. All interested parties supported the project and had opportunity to contribute to the design of the faeility through a "Schedule B"

elevation. The forebay is designed for eleanout every 7.5 years. Once over the second weir, water is now in the 2.5 metre pond. The 7,532

' eluded installation of two new 30,000 lb footbridges that can accommodate maintenance vehicle access to the site.

The challenge to the consulting en gineer was to achieve maximum stor age in the wet pond within design pa

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and nutrients are removed

naturally before discharge into the Holland River.

to cleanse stormwater. As water flows

Glass Environmental Assessment. A 1650 mm diameter storm sewer

discharges water into the site from the upstream development. In the vieinity where stormwater enters, Gorm con structed a weir with armour stone

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over the shallow weir into the forebay, sediment settles before the flow contin

m-^ permanent wet pond was designed with a 7:1 slope on its eastern shore, adjacent to the public pathway. This gen tle gradient is a safety feature that is de signed to enable anyone who slips into the pond to get out without great diffi culty. The gentle shoreline eliminates the need for a ehain link fence to keep peo-

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Stormwater Management pie and animals out of the wetland. The pond has an extended detention capac ity of 5,683

Water leaves the wet pond through a controlled 375 mm diameter pipe and concrete headwall at an invert elevation

that is about 60 mm below the top el evation of the shallow weir at the en

trance ofthe forebay. Devices can be in stalled on the headwall to sample water leaving the wet pond for water quality. The drainpipe is directed to a manhole that redirects flow to the first micro-pool at the head of the constructed wetland

adjacent to the Holland River. The in vert of the outlet structure is 400 cm below the invert of the outlet from the

wet pond.

The first micro-pool(plunge pool)is approximately 1.3 metres deep and is connected to a second micro-pool with

Micro-ponds at the Cane Parkway Stormwater Quality Treatment Facility.

a weir that is about 0.3 metres below the

water level ofthe river. A 1.0 metre high berm separates the micro-pools from the river, but water is channeled to the river through a submerged 375 mm (levelgrade) pipe from the second pool. The pipe passes under a gabion matt spill way allowing fish to pass between the micro-pool and the river. Any remain ing sediment entering the micro-pools is settled out before entering the river. In the event of a major storm, where the hydraulics ofthe submerged pipe are inadequate to carry the flow, water en ters the river directly over the 1.7 me tre-wide spillway. This design feature prevents flooding of the hybrid facility and potential erosion damage to the con structed wetland facility, sanitary forcemain and walkway system. Since construction was in the

floodplain, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans requested that no in-water work occur between March 15 and July 1,2001, to avoid any adverse impact on fish habitat, and to protect local fish populations during spawning and nurs ery periods. All excavation and in-water work were completed in the winter months and before the end of January

Completed project blends with surroundings. The Town ofNewmarket awarded the

contract to construct the facility in Oc tober. 2000. Completed by June 2001,

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Plant Maintenance - Part 2

Lubricants save money in water treatment plants

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equipment that pumps water. A small investment in improved lubrication can yield an incredible rate ofreturn through savings in capital costs, repairs, main tenance, downtime and electricity. It costs four or five times as much to apBy Chris Barnes, P.Eng., MBA, Lubrication Engineers of Canada

ply the lubricant as it does to buy the lubricant, so choosing and buying the right one is a crucial step. A carefully selected lubricant can pay for itselfmany times over, for the cost of the lubricant is miniscule compared to the value of the equipment that it is protecting. The most logical place to start is with the equipment that uses the most elec tricity. The money that is saved on elec tricity, by reducing friction, typically pays for the cost of the superior lubri cant many times over. This payback pe riod is often as short as two months.

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Canada still at risk from illegal oil dumping

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seabirds are just an easily visible indi cator of the rest of the oily carnage. WWF is encouraged by the increased

Atlas on November 25,

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fine. But it is a fraction of the fines handed down in the US which can reach

to the millions of dollars. More impor tantly, the US also has far greater sur veillance capability.

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creased fines, like we have seen today, coupled with increased enforcement. This is entirely preventable," said Josh Laughren,WWF-Canada's Marine Con servation Director. "The fine shows

The world's attention has been riv

Volunteers from the Spanish Civil Guard coiiect oil washed up on the shore from the tanker Prestige, which sank last year.

eted by the accidental oil spill in Spain. Yet far more birds are killed every year on Canada's east coast, with very little public attention or government action. Atlantic Canada is one of the areas

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most at risk from ship oil. Every day hundreds of ships sail through the Scotian Shelf and Grand Banks, two enormously rich and sensitive ecologi cal regions. "Even a little oil dumped in the wrong place can wreak envirorunental havoc," said Laughren. Four times as much oil is illegally dumped into the sea from ships each year than from all the world's oil spills

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A New Era of Responsibilities

The O'Connor Report will dramatically impact on water and wastewater operations

In general, Canadians have tended

through a consultative process involv ing all stakeholders and the public. Mu nicipal Official Plans would have to be consistent with or have regard to SWPs and thus, land use planning within any

to take their drinking water supply and wastewater systems for

granted. Most people do not know how, or where, the water comes from, nor do they care. The Walkerton Report,

authored by Justice Dennis R. O'Connor,and released in May of2002,

watershed will be directly impacted by the source water protection plan. The concept of assessing the cumu

contains 93 individual recommendations

lative effects of all activities that have a

which will profoundly affect both water and wastewater disciplines. In his Re port he directs us to take a big picture look at our drinking water systems. The safety, sustainability and reliability of our drinking water systems means con trolling what we allow to enter our wa ter sources to ensure the quality of what is delivered at the taps. Wastewater dis charges, he emphasizes, are a major component of the total solution. Although most ofthe 93 recommen

bearing on the protection of source wa ters, is not in itself a new one. What is

dations relate to the treatment and dis

tribution of drinking water in Ontario, at least 40% ofthe recommendations re

late directly or indirectly to wastewater facilities and their operation.There may be the assumption that in implementing these recommendations only water sup ply systems will be impacted.This is not the case. Justice O'Connor says in the middle of page 422: "I stronglyfavour a requirement that owners obtain a li cence for each municipal water treat ment system that they own. In order not to overcomplicate the matter, I recom mend that initially licences be restricted to (water) treatment plants and distri bution systems. The licence requirements should eventually be extended to wastewater treatment systems." The re port thus recognizes that while water

new, is that now a global approach to protection of our water environment must include a cumulative effects assess ment of all the intended uses ofland and

water resources within a given water shed. It is likely that as a result of cu mulative effects analyses, discharge cri teria for wastewater treatment plants could become more stringent, requiring increased removal ofcurrently governed Justice O'Connor holds a copy of the

Report on the Walkerton Inquiry.

contaminants or the need to remove new substances of concern. This leads us to

the next impact on wastewater opera become legal requirements. tions: higher treatment standards, new Source protection technologies. "Because sewage treatment plant "Watersheds are an ecologically practical unitfor managing water. This standards and operations go beyond the is the level at which impacts to water mandate ofthis inquiry, I make only the resources are integrated and individual following recommendation, recognizing impacts that might not be significant in that it should be seen in the context ofa and of themselves combine to create larger program of reform and upgrad cumulative stresses that may become ing." - Justice O'Connor. Section 6.5 Wastewater Treatment, evident on a watershed level." The first 17 of Justice O'Connor's recommenda

Recommendation #32 states: "The Pro

tions relate to source water protection, vincial Governmentshould support ma key to ensuring that we have safe drink jor wastewater treatment plant opera ing water now and in the future. tors in collaborative studies aimed at The recommendations focus on a practical methods ofreducing or remov watershed management approach that ing heavy metals and priority organics will force us to consider all activities in (such as endocrine disruptors) that are treatment and distribution are the imme a given watershed, and their cumulative not removed by conventional methods ". The Report notes that biosolids pro diate priority, licencing of owners of impact on the quality of the water re wastewater treatment systems should sources in that watershed, be they duced by wastewater treatment plants ground or surface sources. Activities that contain a range ofcontaminants, includ follow. Thus, for owners will come under review would include: ing heavy metals, priority organics and endocrine disruptors. In addition, recent industrial discharges, agriculture - in of wastewater sys cluding use of fertilizers and manure, stream testing has revealed the presence tems, it would be pru dent to expect that all wastewater treatment plant discharges, ofpharmaceutical products in areas im mediately downstream of wastewater stormwater discharges, and the spread recommendations that are applicable to waste- ing of biosolids.(In the case ofbiosolids, plants. Conventional treatment methods water, will eventually the Nutrient Management Act,currently are not capable of removing these sub under review, will have the greater im stances and the Report recognizes that research must be undertaken to develop pact on the re-use ofbiosolids). By Vincent Nazareth, P. Eng., technologies that will improve the qual The Report calls for all watersheds R.V. Anderson ity of effluents and remove these conto have Source Water Protection Plans Associates Limited (SWPs) which are to be prepared continned overleaf... Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2003

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A New Era of Responsibilities taminants of concern.

Management and operations "Ultimately the safety of drinking water is protected by effective manage ment systems and operating practices, run by skilled and well-trained staff." The Walkerton tragedy has emphasized how crucial sound management of wa ter supply systems is. In reading the Part 2 Report, it is clear that the most sig nificant set of Recommendations is in

regard to water providers,their manage ment,their operational practices and the qualifications oftheir staff. The Recom mendations refer to water supply serv ices but could just as easily apply to wastewater services.

the accredited operating agency of the system or exercises decision-making authority over the system". Thus the duty of care that will be expected becomes statutory in nature not implied, and will be similar to the stand ard of care expected of directors of a corporation. We can expect that this statutory duty of care will become ap plied to "decision-makers in the wastewater industry".

tain serviced population. It may be nec essary to include storm water tanks and other types of CSO control, where the operation ofthese affect the wastewater treatment plant discharges. Accredited operating agencies

Justice O'Connor also made some

nicipality. In addition, the operating agency is to have in place, a Quality Management system,based on a Provin cial drinking water quality management standard, which is to be in place by De

more specific recommendations in re gard to the management and operations of water systems. Owners to obtain licence

In the Part 2 Report, Recommenda

One of the most significant recom tion #71 states that the Ontario Minis mendations in his Report, in relation to try of the Environment should require municipal management of water sys owners of municipal water systems to tems,is "Recommendation #45",quoted obtain a separate owner's licence for here verbatim: "Given that the safety of each drinking water system that they drinking water is essential for public own. The report envisages that the li health, those who discharge the over cence will set out all the obligations of sight responsibilities of the municipal the owner with respect to each water ity should be held to a statutory stand system and suggests that licences are to ard ofcare While not providing a de be renewed every 3-5 years. In order to tailed definition of who has "oversight obtain a licence for a drinking water responsibility", Justice O'Connor envis system, an owner must have: a Certifi aged that this could extend to Council cate ofApproval for the system(not each or a Committee of Council, in addition facility as is the case now); a permit to to the more obvious positions of Direc take water; an approved operational tors, Commissioners and Managers of plan; an approved financial plan; and an water supply systems. This "Statutory accredited operating agency. Duty of Care", is contained in the Safe The approach taken for wastewater Drinking Water Act,and places the onus could well be on a similar basis, requir for ensuring safe drinking water with the ing owners' licences for systems rather decision-makers in the municipality, than for facilities. A system would com defined in the Act as any person "who prise sewers, pumping stations, treat on behalf of the municipality oversees ment plants and outfalls that serve a cer-

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Accreditation of operating agencies is to be based on an independent audit and a periodic review by an accredita tion body designated by the Ministry. For the purposes of accountability and transparency, audit results will be pro vided directly to the Ministry and will also be made available to the public. In addition, when a municipality contracts with a private operating agency (which must have the requisite accreditation), there must be a proper operating agree ment in place and all contracts with ex ternal operating agencies must be made public. Municipalities must have an accred ited operating agency, or become accred ited themselves, by 2006; the exact date is to be set by the Ministry. There is no doubt that the requirement for accredi tation will be extended to wastewater

operations; the only question is: when? Operating plans An operational plan is one of the pre-requisites for obtaining an own er's licence for a water system. Jus tice O'Connor has suggested that op erational plans be developed by every municipality for its water systems by the end of2003. He envisions that the

Ministry of the Environment would have prepared a Model Operational Plan by the end of2002. Operational plans are to be made available to the public. As soon as the requirement for wastewater system owners to have li cences comes into effect, operating plans will need to be prepared. Financial plans Another pre-condition to ob taining a water system licence is the requirement to submit a fi nancial plan for the water system, in accordance with provincial stand ards.The report states that municipali ties must ensure that their water sys-

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A New Era of Responsibilities terns are adequately financed to ensure that over the long term there is no nega tive impact on the ability to maintain the water system's infrastructure and its op erational capacity. The Bill 175 (Sustainable Water and Sewage Systems Act) requires owners of municipal systems to prepare a report that documents the full cost of services

including costs for source protection,op eration, maintenance, financing, re newal, replacement and improvement. The report must also present a full cost recovery plan. As such, these require ments already apply to wastewater sys tems.

Emergency measures Under Recommendation #58,the re

port recommends that the Ministry, working with Emergency Measures Ontario and Water Industry Associa tions, should develop a generic Emer gency Response Plan for municipal wa ter providers. The Emergency Response Plan, procedures for training, and peri odic testing of the plan, should be es sential elements of mandatory accredi tation and operational planning. The requirement for emergency plan ning is just as important for wastewater facilities as for water facilities. In many eases, municipalities already have these measures in place; however,these policy documents will come under greater scru tiny and will need to match the generic emergency response plan to be prepared by the Ministry. Compliance and enforcement "The Provincial Government is re

sponsiblefor regulating and overseeing the safety ofOntario's drinking water. I recommend that the government strengthen the way itfulfills this obliga tion." In Part 2 ofthe Walkerton Inquiry, Justice O'Connor was somewhat criti

cal of the Provincial Government's per formance in enforcement. He therefore had a number of recommendations re

lating to regulations and enforcement, including enactment of a Safe Drinking Water Act(Recommendation #67), the creation of an Office of Chief Inspector - Drinking Water Systems(Recommen dation #72),requirements for Inspectors to have the same or higher qualifications

as the operators of systems they inspect (Recommendation #73). Justice

#75). The Ministry should also initiate a process whereby the public can require the Investigations and Enforcement Branch to investigate alleged violations of drinking water provisions(Recommendation #76). The major impact here will be the in creased use of mandatory abatement by the Ministry. While the report recognizes the value of voluntary abatement for mi nor problems, it clearly states that it is inappropriate to use voluntary abatement tools for any deficiency that may affect the safety of drinking water. Training and certification "In 1993, the Provincial Government

implemented mandatory certification. This is an essential component ofa safe drinking water system. Ispecifically rec ommend its continuance. As well, I rec

ommend that the use of grandparented operators - those experienced operators who were certified without examination be phased out." All water system opera tors who currently hold licences by vir tue of experience only, will be now re quired to write and pass certification ex ams. The existence of different standards for certification of water and wastewater

operators is unthinkable. Although the Re port clearly confines its recommendations to water, wastewater operator certification cannot be treated differently if we are to follow Justice O'Connor's "big picture" approach.

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A growing awareness ofthe value of our natural environment, and stiff legis lation that deals with polluters, have turned many proponents of deve lopments to technology to help secure approvals and avoid litigation in the event ofan accidental spill. Fueling sta tions are prime candidates for applica tions of new technology to contain pe troleum spills, and the long-term collec tion ofoil from leaking vehicles. Such a facility is the Fort Erie Truck and Travel Plaza, in Ontario.

The consulting engineering firm of AWS Engineers and Planners Corp., of Beamsville, recommended the use of

ecoStop technology supplied by Royal Environmental Systems, Inc. after dis cussions with engineers at Con Cast Pipe.The project engineer, John Conlin, who was adamant about using spill con trol technology,favoured ecoStop. It has the ability to shut itself offautomatically and stop any oil or gasoline from enter ing the storm sewer in the event of a catastrophic spill. No external energy supply is required, there are no electri cal parts and retrofitting existing con crete separators or manholes is easy. It is not designed to remove sediment from runoff. AWS will monitor the perform ance of the product over the next year. The below grade peti'oleum spill con trol system is used for any facility or site where the potential for a petroleum spill exists. It has a valve at the inlet that will

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International Show

More than 62,000 attend Pollutec 2002

Pollutec 2002 was held in

Lyon,France,November 2629, 2002, in conjunction with ADEME Energies, the energy saving and renewable sources of energy show. After apologising for not being available to open the show because of the oil spill disaster off the Spanish coast, Roselyne Bachelot, France's Minister for the Environment and Sus

tainable Development,reaffirmed her government's determination to give priority to sustainable development.

and the Environment for Wallonia,

Rajesh Bhagwan, Minister ofthe En vironment for the Republic ofMauri tius, Krzysztof Zaremba, Polish Deputy Minister of the Environment. Also present were important foreign delegations; one from China on the occasion of "Chinese Day", Africa (Benin and Senegal in particular). Eastern and Central Europe (Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Being at the junction of two major rivers made Lyon an ideai iocation for textiie manufacturing.

The event'attracted a total of

She also made clear that the next few months would be crucial in three ar

eas: climate change, risks and waste. The priority being given to sustain able development was also empha sized by Tokia Saifi, France's Secre tary of State for Sustainable Develop ment, who explained the goals while visiting the show. Franpois Loos, France's Deputy Minister for Foreign Trade, stressed during his visit the ur Ruins of a Roman amphitheater buiit into gency of"supporting and speeding up the hiiiside around 50 A.D. Lyon was the the development of French eco-indus- capital city ofthe Roman province of Gaul. tries abroad". He stressed that it was

necessary "to help businesses enter new markets" such as China or India, which have a strong demand for eco-industries. Numerous ministers and deputy min isters from abroad also visited the show.

They included: Luc Marie Gnacadja, Minister for the Environment, Housing and Town Planning from Benin, coun-

Russia), North Africa, the Middle East, Canada, Spain and the United Kingdom.

try of the year at Pollutec 2002, Xiaodong Zeng, Chinese Deputy Envi ronment Minister,E.Tomas, Minister of

the Economy for the Brussels Capital, Serge Kubla,Vice-President ofthe gov ernment and Minister for the Economy in Wallonia, Michel Foret, Minister for Regional Development,Town Planning

62,579 trade visitors and 2,338 exhibi tors. There were over 1,000 attendees at the various conferences held con

currently with the exhibition. A large number of visitors also attended new

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Stormwater Management

Why do we treat urban runoff?

Forcenturiesthe solitary goalfor urban drainage was to move

excess

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prevent

flooding with an "out of sight, out of mind" mentality. With the in creased environmental awareness ofthe

past forty years,stormwater has become regarded as more than simply displaeed rainwater. Urban runofffrom imperme able areas such as roads, storage areas, and parking lots, has been recognized to contain pollutants that can be toxic to the natural environment. It is these pol lutants conveyed through urban runoff that must be removed before the

Potential Healtli Effects from

Cadmium

Kidney Damage

Chromium

Allergic Dermatitis

Copper

Lead

uses in Birmingham, Alabama, includ ing parking areas,road runoff, and land scaped areas. Table 1 compares the concentrations

Gastrointestinal illness; Liver or

of five metals between various North

Kidney Damage

American water quality regulations and guidelines and the stormwater data col lected by these researehers. The com parison shows that levels of lead and

Delays in Physical or iVIental Development; Kidney Problems, High Blood Pressure

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stormwater is allowed to enter the natu ral environment.

There are many types of stormwater pollutants including hydrocarbons, sus pended solids, dissolved solids, and hy

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The amount of metals discharged into

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unpleasant odour and taste and as severe as kidney damage and physical or men tal development problems in children (Table 2). Undissolved

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1998. An assessment of the availability of pollutant constituents on road sur faces. Sci of the Tot Env 209 (1998):

ments; A South-east Queensland Case Study. School of Environmental Engi neering, Griffith University, Nathan Campus, Queensland. ^ Pitt, R., R. Field, M. Lalor, and M. Brown Urban, 1995. Urban stormwater toxic pollutants: assessment, sources, and treatability. Water Environment Re search Vol. 67, 260-274. ® US EPA, Office of Water, Current Drinking Water Standards, www.epa.gov/ safewater/mcl.html.

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Wastewater

Mobile plant improves wastewater treatment at northern work camps

Work camps have to be established quickly, are

of a transient nature and

achieve a 20/20 effluent.

are located in remote and

4. Observe sludge settleabilty & sludge production. 5. Identify operator skill level and time requirements. This article covers a 150 day system performance evaluation and reports only

environmentally sensitive areas. Often they are set up during winter, accom modating anywhere between 25 and 400 persons. Utilities such as water and sew erage have to be provided. Wastewater treatment systems located in the north often perform poorly. Given and Smith (1), attributed this to a number of de sign- and operations-related factors summarized as:

a) Design-related problems: • Organic overloading; • Hydraulic overloading & hydraulic surges; and • Mixing problems specifically asso

Sampling and analytical protocols For remote work camps usual regu latory effluent compliance parameters

ing hydraulic loading conditions. 3. Identify operating parameters to

are BOD^ and SS. These were deter mined from grab samples,recorded and correlated to the operating mode of the module.

The usual operating parameters of MESS, DO, HRT, SRT, temperature, sludge recycle and sludge settleability

on the operating experience for BOD^ and SS removal under average hydrau lic loadings from 2,300 to 3,500 US gpd (8.7 to 13.2mVd). Treatment plant description A schematic of the process compo nent configuration is shown in Figure 1.

were monitored. Influent characteristics

There was a need to establish that the characteristics ofthe influent wastewater

used in this study are similar to those of a pre-treated effluent from a northern

INFLUENT

EFFLUENT

ciated with oxidation ditches.

b) Operations-related problems: • Failure to scrape hopper-type clarifier walls;

FLOW EQUALIZATION/

• Failure to maintain sludge returns operative; and • Underaeration of the mixed liquor. In response to these deficiencies, and the need to provide for reliable, cost-ef fective, high-efficiency wastewater treatment, Tanks-a-Lot Ltd. designed a modular, mobile, biologic wastewater treatment plant that is simple, compact, robust, easy to operate and produces a high quality effluent. The treatment objective was only concerned with the reduction of BOD.

and SS. However, nutrient removal(N

and P), could be achieved with minor process modifications and operational adjustments. The process described, is a flexible, biologic, suspended growth system that can be operated in the Conventional Activated Sludge (CAS) or Extended Aeration(EA) mode. The system is de

signed to treat pre-treated domestic wastewater. Pre-treatment usually con sists of a septic tank or at minimum, screens to protect pumps and ancillary equipment from damage. Study Objectives Five major study objectives were es

FILTRATION

sludge recycle

sludge wasting SEDIMENTATION

AERATION

Figure 1: Treatment Plant Schematic.

work camp. Work camps' wastewater strengths usually average 404 mg/L BOD. and 484 mg/L SS (2).

The pre-treated influent enters the first aeration tank, passes to the second aera tion tank and is followed by gravity clari fication. The clarifier effluent then flows

Pre-treatment

through two patented Biokinetic^'^ Units, arranged in parallel. Effluent

In many northern work camps, wastewater is pre-treated by a septic tank. By assuming 35 % of the total

from the Biokinetic Unit, that serves as

influent BOD^ is settleable (3), and 90% of the settleable BOD^ is removed by

a flow-equalization device and mechani cal filter, is the process effluent. The complete wastewater treatment plant is housed in an insulated trailer weighing less than 5,000 kg.

the influent SS is settleable(4)and again 90% ofthe settleable SS is removed,the

The mobile wastewater treatment

characteristics of such a pre-treated

settling in the septic tank; that 60 % of

plant was located at the Edmonton Capi tal Region Clover Bar WTR The influ

wastewater will be in the order of 277

ent to the demonstration plant was pumped from the influent of the Clover Bar degritting unit process.

mg/L BOD. and 223 mg/L SS, respec tively. Some 130 data over the five-month

demonstration period for influent BODj

BODs

SS

mg/L

mg/L

raw

404

484

(2)

pre-treated

111

223

calculated

Edmonton Gold Bar

300

350

measured

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tablished;

1. Devise a methodology for successful process start-up during winter condi tions.

2. Observe system response under vary I'ironnienlal Science Envir

REFERENCE

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Wastewater

and SS of the Clover Bar WTP influent

MEDIAN EFFLUENT CONCENTRATIONS

characteristics were analyzed. These samples were composite samples. The BOD,fluctuated between 200 and 400 mg/L, with a few spikes in excess of500 mg/L. Similarly, the influent SS data varied between 200 and 450 mg/L, with a few excursions to more than 500 mg/L. Over a five-month period the median

observations BOD»/SS: 5

9

5

16

6

16

9

19

13

15

25

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BOD, and SS were approximately 300

13

and 350 mg/L, respectively. Table 1 summarizes and compares these data to the calculated northern camp wastewater strengths. The data show that the actual influent to the modular WTP was

stronger than a pre-treated northern camp wastewater.

January

The process effluent temperatures

February

March

SS

varied from 4 to 13 "C. At an HRT of

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•This process is more robust, less prone to process upsets.

• Less operator skill and attention is re-

JWS^

Figure 2: Median effluent BOD^ and SS concentrations - January 2002 to May 2002.

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riod, the reactor liquid temperature var ied between 13 and 9 °C. Subsequently,

MEDIAN EFFLUENT CONCENTRATIONS

the hydraulic rate was increased to 2,100

no. observations, BOD5/SS:

US gpd(~ 8 mVd). This sudden hydrau

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lic shock coupled with some power out ages resulted in a deterioration of the effluent quality. By mid-December a stable effluent quality ofless than 20 mg/L

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Operational history The plant was operated at three con stant, distinct hydraulic modes:

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Figure 3: Median effiuent concentrations for various fiow rates. was obtained.

Sludge production By assuming 80% of the sludge is

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of 13.2 mVd. This dropped to, 0.13 kg

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Wastewater tended aeration mode but in the conven

tional activated sludge mode. Sludge wasting

During the 28-day, 13.2 mVd flow rate period, 14.7 m' of sludge were wasted. This represents 32.8 kg of sol ids wasted for 370 m' treated. This

amounts to 0.04 m'ofsludge wasted per m^ of wastewater treated.

of 13.2 to 8.7 mVd, the module consist ently produced an effluent not exceed ing a median concentration of 20 mg/L

BODj and 20 mg/L SS. 3. For design purposes, the module will produce the following median effluent quality: • Less than 10 mg/L BOD.and 10 mg/L SS at 8.7 mVd.

Similarly for the 8.7 mVd flow rate, the amount of sludge wasted was ap proximately 0.03 m-' per m^ of wastewater treated. The total sludge mass wasted during that 31-day period was approximately 15.4 kg. Biokinetic'^' effect

After the sedimentation step the ef fluent passes through the Biokinetic units. These units serve as an additional

liquid/solid separator, polishing the ef fluent by removing SS through filtration. The data show that the effluent polish ing eifect is approximately 5 mg/L SS. Conclusions

The following are the major conclu sions of this study: 1. The treatment module was started

successfully during the winter months. 2. Within a hydraulic operating envelope

•Less than 15 mg/L BOD.and 15 mg/L SSatl0.2mVd.

• Less than 25 mg/L BOD^ and 25 mg/L SS at 13.2 mVd.

4. Sludge production ranged from 0.27 kg SS/kg BOD. at a hydraulic loading

Edmonton, Alberta. July 2002. References

1. Cold Climate Utilities Delivery De sign Manual, Economic & Technical Review Report EPS 3-WP-79-2, Envi ronment Canada, Water Pollution Direc torate, March 1979.

2. Imhoff & Fair, Sewage Treatment, John Wiley & Sons, pg. 43. 3. Fair & Geyer, Water Supply & Wastewater Disposal, John Wiley & Sons pg. 563. 4. US EPA Design Manual - On-Site Wastewater and Disposal Systems, Oc tober 1980.

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New electrocoagulation process treats emulsified oiiy wastewater at Vancouver Shipyards

TheWashington Marine Group

is the largest shipbuilding, ship maintenance and repair, and marine transportation com pany in Canada. It generates large quan tities ofemulsified oily wastewater from cleaning vessels' bilges,fuel/slop tanks, and power washing of engines, machin ery, cranes, trucks, and other mechani cal parts. Both salt and fresh water are contaminated with oil and grease, diesel and a full range of marine fuel oils, as well as suspended solids and metals (primarily iron and zinc)from corrosion of the steel barges and bilges and me chanical parts. Petroleum hydrocarbons are present in wastewater both as "free oil"(petro leum hydrocarbons that separate from wastewater and float to the liquid sur face)and as "emulsified oil"(petroleum hydrocarbons that remain in stable sus pension and do not separate from the wastewater). Many systems are commercially available to remove free oil. Typically configured as coalescing plates, rope skimmers and the like, these systems exploit the characteristic of oils to stick to solid surfaces, concentrate there, and later slough off, and thus separate from the bulk liquid. For typical batches of Vancouver Shipyards wastewater, the contaminant levels still remaining in the wastewater following free oil removal are generally far too high to allow dis charge,so further treatment is necessary. How emulsified oils are in any par ticular batch of wastewater depends upon the type ofoil, the amount and type ofcleaning solution used, as well as the extent of mechanical agitation, prima rily from power washing and pumping. Alternative technologies to treat emulsified oily wastewaters Commercially available technologies to treat emulsified oily bilge water that

McKay Creek Technologies' Electrocoagulation Process Influent

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Figure 1: Process flow diagram of the electrocoagulation wastewater treatment plant at Vancouver Shipyards. low cost treatment.

In response to this need, McKay Creek Technologies Ltd. was formed to develop an electrocoagulation process to treat the oily wastewater generated by the Washington Marine Group fleet and shipyards. Now US patented (interna tional patents pending), this technology has been serving Vancouver Shipyards for over three years, and has treated many millions of litres of wastewater. Electrocoagulation(EC) directly ad dresses the three main factors that lead

to a stable suspension ofsuspended sol ids and emulsified oils: ionic charge, droplet or particle size, and droplet or particle density. Electrocoagulation uses an electrical current to dissolve a sacri

ficial anode and thereby introduces aluminum ions with a positive charge into the wastewater stream. These ions

are attracted to the very fine negatively charged droplets and particles of the contaminants. The resulting agglo merations increase in size until they are no longer stable in suspension. Simul taneously, gases formed by hydrolysis form very fine bubbles that associate with the coagulated contaminants and buoy them up for removal by flotation. Fortunately, EC's pollutant removal mechanisms are not exclusive but rather

work together in an operationally sim ple system. History of EC Electrocoagulation has been an "emerging technology" since 1906 when the first US patent on EC was awarded. At that time, there were insufficient fi nancial or regulatory incentives for in dustry to adopt the process. This, of course, is changing. Now a

INFLUENT (Mg/L) EFFLUENT (gg/L) PERMIT LEVEL (gg/L)

were considered for use at Vancouver

CONTAMINANT

Shipyards included: absorbents, chemi cal coagulants and flocculants,filtration,

LEPH

480,000

3,300

HEPH

290,000

2,000

Total PAHs

5,250

Less than detect

1,000

Total BETX

2,374

13.7

1,000

170

<0.05

0.05

2,350,000

<2,000

15,000

air flotation, hydrocyclones, mem branes, microbes, and oxidation. Each was evaluated according to its complex

ity of operations, and capital and oper ating costs. No off-the-shelfsystem met Vancouver Shipyards'requirements for simple, effective, robust, reliable, and

J

MTBE

Hydrocarbon Oil and Grease

-

-

Tabie 1: Removal of petroleum hydrocarbons and related contaminants from oily wastewater.

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greater awareness ofpollution and regu latory requirements has industry seek ing low-cost and robust technical solu tions to solve their wastewater discharge problems. Sporadically trumpeted as a wastewater treatment panacea, EC's fun damentals remain poorly understood. Developing EC into a robust industrial

PARAMETER

Unit

PH

716,000

Total Metals: Aluminum

Arsenic Barium Boron Cadmium Chromium

ating conditions, and providing the most suitable unit operations to support the

solids.

At Vancouver Shipyards, wastewater from a wide array of activities is treated on a continuous basis using electroco-

AUTHORIZED

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<0.3

-

5

Selenium Silver Zinc

1.00 3.02 <0.05 <0.05

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463

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process.

removal of emulsified and particulate

IN FILTER CAKE LEACHATE

(mg/L)

(pg/g) 6.5

Oil & Grease

issues of electrochemical cell design, electrode fouling, power supply, oper

organic compounds are removed from wastewater by EC in association with the

CONTAMINANT CONCENTRATION

PROCEDURE

process has involved resolving the key

EC is a good fit to treat wastewaters contaminated with emulsified oils, PAHs, poorly settling solids, poorly soluble organics, contaminants in gen eral that add turbidity to water, as well as negatively charged metal species such as arsenic, molybdenum and phosphate that form co-precipitates with iron or aluminum. Heavy metals and soluble

CONTAMINANT

CONCENTRATION IN EFFLUENT

<0.05 <0.03 1.8 <0.1

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1,120 CO

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500

Table 2: Chemical stability of soiid residuals.

agulation. Figure 1 illustrates the proc ess. The McKay Creek process at Van couver Shipyards treatment plant can treat 6,000 litres of wastewater per hour. This treatment capability was sized to meet the anticipated requirements of Vancouver Shipyards operations. It is not a limitation that is inherent to EC.

ACIDIC WASTEWATER

KEEP IT IN NEUTRAL

Treatment plant performance Over the past three years, Vancouver

Shipyards has treated all of the indus trial wastewater generated by the Wash ington Marine Group fleet and dis charged treated water to easily meet en vironmental requirements for petroleum hydrocarbons, suspended solids, PAHs, BETX,and heavy metals. Table 1 sum marizes this performance. Since EC separates rather than de stroys wastewater contaminants,the na ture ofthe resulting solid residuals is an important consideration. Table 2 sum marizes the characteristics of the wastewater treatment solid residuals

from routine operations at Vancouver

Shipyards, de-watered by means ofa fil ter press. Table 2 shows that the contami nant concentration of the solids is very high, confirming that little is added to

p R N D ^

the wastewater in order to treat it. For

example, on a dry weight basis, the con centration ofoil and grease was 716,000 |ig/g or 71.6%. It looks and feels like axle grease. Of course, for a given wastewater contaminant load,the higher the concentration of the solid residuals,

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the smaller the volume of residuals that

> Eliminates conventional feed tanks, metering pumps, mixers, etc ' ,*• • Completely safe for personnel and the environment A^

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require disposal. Table 2 confirms that the solid residuals are very stable chemi cally. This non-leachability minimizes

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• Dramatically reduces capital and operating costs

the risk ofre-contamination ofthe envi

ronment by these wastes. What EC won't do

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directly removed by EC.These contami nants may be removed to some degree in association with the removal of TSS

or petroleum hydrocarbons. The costs to build and operate the Vancouver Shipyards wastewater treat ment plant were lower than the other technologies considered. In declining

make EC industrially robust, mechani cally simple, and cost competitive to treat a wide range of industrial wastewaters has been a formidable chal

lenge. Chiefly, these technical details include: electrode design,electrode foul ing, operating conditions, and separation

order,the factors that drive EC treatment costs are as follows: labour, electrode

of coagulated contaminants following electrocoagulation. EC can be particularly useful where:

replacement, electrical power,amortiza tion of capital, disposal of solids

• Wastewater contaminants, alone or in combination,ofelevated concentrations

residuals, and chemicals.

are difficult to remove by commonly

The requirements for anode replace ment depend upon the nature and the

available treatment methods; • There is significant benefit to provid ing high water quality for reuse or dis charge; • The high cost of treatment residuals disposal strongly encourages minimiz ing their volume; or • Limited available space requires a high capacity and low footprint solution. The devil in electrocoagulation is truly in the details.

concentration of contaminants to be re

moved. At this point in our understand ing of electrocoagulation, the require ments for aluminum are determined

through treatability testing, preferably under continuous operations. Electrical power requirements de pend on the concentration of aluminum needed to treat a particular wastewater, on the configuration of the electro chemical cell, and on the conductivity of the wastewater. When needed, road salt can be added to boost conductivity. Summary Resolving the technical details to

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"For professional services in environmental training, due diligence, health and safety, and compliance auditing, give me a call." Lou Locatelli, Prmcipal, Tel: (905) 477-8400 ext. 206 Email: llocatelll@gartnerlee. com Website: www.gartnerlee.com 57


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CENTRAL PROJECTS GROUP INC.

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

Geamat:rix Consulban'ts Engineers, Geologists,and Environmental Scientists

CETCON ENGINEERING

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

• Design of Water/Wastewater/Air Treatment Systems • Remedial Investigations and Feasibility Studies • Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14000) < Utility Minimization Audits (Energy, Water, l/VasfesJ • Remedial Designs/Remedial Actions •Phase i/ll Environmental Site Assessments • Soil/Groundwater

Contaminant Remedlations • Litigation Assistance www.geomatrix.com

w cmaiyiHiLL Responsible Solutions lor a Sustainable Future'

Tel:(519)886. 7500 Fax:(519)886•7419

Unit G, 420 Weber St. North, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 4E7

CH2M HILL CANADA LIMITED

300-255 Consumers Rd., Toronto, CN M2J 5B6

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

Hydromantis,Inc. [_K_hQ

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

E-mail: lnfo@hydromantls,oom Web: www.hydromantls.com

(416)499-9000 Fax:(416)499-4687 Web site: www.ch2mhillcanada.com CH2M HILL Canada Limited is a full-service infrastruc

ture and environmental firm providing global project delivery for our public and private sector clients. We specialize in water and wastewater treatment, water supply systems, water resources, air pollution, en ergy services, site management, waste management, environmental planning, transportation (roads and bridges, construction services), and management and information solutions. Since sustainable development is a core value of our firm, we work with our clients to

develop sustainable solutions that protect the envirohment.

CHURCH & THOUGHT INC.

INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD.

IWS

MONTREAL

BARRIE

SASKATOON

Contact: Alan Church, Partner

CONESTOGA-ROVERS

GROUNDWATER TECHNOLOGY SPECIALISTS Engineers & Hydrogeologists Serving the Groundwater industry for Over 65 Years 342 Bayview Drive, Box 310, Barrie, Ontario, Canada L4I\/1 4T5

& ASSOCIATES CONESTOGA-ROVERS & ASSOCIATES

651 Colby Dr., Waterloo, ON N2V 102 (519)884-0510 Fax:(519)884-0525

Tel:(705) 733-0111, Fax:(705) 721-0138 E-mail: iws@iws.ca, Web site: www.iws.ca

Consulting Engineers, Architects & Planners Water & Wastewater Treatment I Environmental Assessment & Planning Solid Waste Management I Stormwater Management I Watermain & Sewer Rehabilitation

( Visit Our Websile at www.jlrichards.cT)

Lotowater ltd. HYdroyeological Consultants and Groundwater Supply Specialists

CONOR PACIFIC

920-1500 Georgia St. W, Vancouver, BO V6G 2Z6

Providing a wide range of Environmental Services

Kingston 613-544-1424

E-mail: info@craworld.com Web site: www.craworld.com

GRA provides comprehensive engineering, environ mental consulting, construction, and information tech nology (IT) services worldwide. Since 1976, GRA has provided services in such areas as environmental site assessment and remediation, environmental safety and health, solid and hazardous waste management, air quality, water and wastewater treatment, and mu nicipal infrastructure planning and design.

J.L. Richards & Associates Limited

Ottawa 613-728-3571

101-41 Valleybrook Dr., Toronto, ON M3B 286 (416)391-2527 Fax:(416)391-1931

Sudbury 705-522-8174

CONSTRUCTION CONTROL INC.

Timmins 705-360-1899

70 Haist Ave., Woodbridge, CN L4L5V4 (905)856-5200 Fax:(905)856-1455 Contact: Trevor Diseko, Project Manager (Env.)

• Design and supervision of groundwater exploration programs • New municipal well design

COOK ENGINEERING

• Assessment of groundwater/surface water interaction

740 Syndicate Ave. S, Thunder Bay, CN P7E 1E9 (807)625-6700 Fax:(807)623-4491

• Groundwater protection • Artificial recharge

Contact: Trina Rawn, Environmental Planner

• Hydrogeoiogy studies and groundwater impact assessments

12 Years and Still Flowing

• Landfill monitoring^and impact assessment

CRANDALL ENGINEERING LTD.

• Well maintenance, rehabilitation, performance improvement

400-1077 St. George Blvd., Moncton, NB El E 4C9 (506)857-2777 Fax:(506)857-2753 Contact: Richard F. Gabbey, President

• Well construction

Mail:

P.O. Box 451, Paris, Ontario N3L 3T5

• Video inspection services

Office:

326 Grand River St. North

• Performance testing of wells and pumps

Paris, Ontario N3L 4A5

Tel:

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

AAa^^ro

E-mail: lwater(g)lotowater.com, Web site: www.lotowater.com

CUSHMAN-BALL ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

206-1950 10 Ave. SW, Calgary, AB T3C OJB (403)271-2000 Fax:(403)271-3013 Contact: Stephen Ball, President D&G ENVIRO-GROUP

Engineering &

300-1222 Mackay St., Montreal, QC HOG 2H4 (514)932-1688 Fax:(514)932-1911 Contact: Patrick Gillespie, President

Environmental Science

DALY ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS

MacViro Consultants Inc. 90 Allstate Parkway, Suite 600, Markham, Ontario L3R 6H3 (905)475-7270 • Fax:(905) 475-5994 E-Mail; reception@macviro.com Web site: www.maoviro.com

20 Lyall Ave., Toronto, ON M4E 1V9 (416)691-4068 Fax:(416)691-1738 Contact: Paul Daly, President DAYTON & KNIGHT LIMITED

612 Clyde Ave. West, Vancouver, 80 V7T 109 58

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(416)410-4260

nrc DECOMMSSIOMNa CONSUlTIN<]SERVICES UMITED

ENTECH, A DIVISION OF AGRI-SERVICE

E-mail: info@earthfx.com

LABORATORY INC.

Web site: www.earthfx.com

4-6820 KItlmat Rd., Misslssauga, ON L5N 5M3 (905)821-1112 Fax:(905)821 -2095 Contact: Mickey Misra, President

Contact: L. Davidson, Director

DECOMMISSIONING CONSULTING SERVICES LIMITED

121 Granton Dr., #11, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3N4

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

EARTH TECH CANADA INC.

FI7-105 Commerce Valley Dr. W, Markham, ON LOT 7W3 (905)886-7022 Fax:(905)886-9494 Contact: Roslyn Rupnaralne, Marketing Coordinator

Contact: Dick Frier, Owner

Web site: www.dcsltd.ca

Contact: John N. Hilton, M.A.Sc., P.Eng. Environmental management: Phase 1 environmental site assessments and audits: Phase 2 site assess

ments: Phase 3 remedial Investigations: site decommissioning: construction management: risk assessment: hazardous materials management: geotechnlcal engineering: hydrogeology: water qual ity evaluation: wastewater and groundwater treatment: Industrial hygiene: PCB, mould and asbestos man agement: underground tank remediation. DELCAN CORPORATION

133 Wynford Dr., Toronto, ON M3C 1K1 (416)441-4111 Fax:(416)441-4131 Contact: D. Langley, VP. Env. Division

EAST RIVER TECHNOLOGIES

6-423 Avenue Rd., Toronto, ON M4V 2H7

(416)964-9483 Fax:(416)927-0327 Contact: D. Fllman

ENVIROMEGA INC.

200-50 Dundas St. E, Dundas, ON L9H 7K6 ECOSYSTEMATICS

100 Main St., Penetangulshene, ON L9M 1T5 (705)533-2634

Contact: Myron Humeniuk, Principal E.K. GILLIN & ASSOCIATES INC.

determine CT and DBP formation In water treatment

plants. TOXCHEM-r estimates contaminant air emis sion from wastewater as required by Ontario regula tion 196/01. Specialized testing Includes"BOX" tests and flux chamber tests. Our process optimization and CPE skills save time and capital expense.

107 Haddon Ave., Westmont, NJ 08108 USA ENVIROMETREX CORPORATION

800-235 Yorkland Blvd., Toronto, ON M2J 4Y8 D.M. WILLS ASSOCIATES LIMITED

452 Charlotte St., Peterborough, ON K9J 2W3 (705)742-2297 Fax:(705)741-3568

(905)689-4410 Fax;(905)689-7040 E-mall: hmonteith@envlromega.com Web site: www.envlromega.com Contact: Hugh Monteith, Manager of Operations Envlromega's WatPro simulator Is the easiest way to

91 Peel St., New Hamburg, ON N3A 1E7 (519)662-3819 Fax:(519)662-6595 Contact: Christy Lomax, Vice President EMSL ANALYTICAL INC.

DILLON CONSULTING LIMITED

ENVIROCON SERVICES

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

EN-EN TECH CONS.

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

902-1 Clark Ave., Thornhlll, ON L4J 7Y6

(416)928-0917 Fax:(416)928-0714 Contact: R. Kolomeychuk, Principal

(905)882-9655 Contact: Dr. M.S. Mozes, Principal

ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITORS(CANADA)LTD.

Contact: David Wills, President ENGINEERING NORTHWEST LTD.

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

301 -200 S. Syndicate Ave, Thunder Bay, ON P7E1C9 (807)623-3449 Fax:(807)623-5925

(905)886-7965 Fax:(905)886-7967 Contact: Brett Reid, Sales and Marketing Manager\

EARTHFX INC.

ENVIROCOMP

2635 Ulster Ores., Ottawa, ON K1V 8J5

6551 Alderbrae Crt., Niagara Falls, ON L2H 2A1 (905)356-8755 Fax:(905)356-8755 Contact: John K. Curran, Environmental Specialist

ENVIROSEARCH OPERATIONS INC. 4166-15 Side Road RR 2 Rockwood ON NOB 2K0

DST CONSULTING ENGINEERS INC.

605 Hewltson St., Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5V5

(613)260-2020 Fax:(613)260-2525 71 Cranbrooke Ave., Toronto, ON M5M IMS

(905)854-4441 Fax(905)854-9811 Contact: Glen Pearce, President

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Marshall Macklin

Monaghan InHiiiKtiitai.Mana^pmenl Solutions inc. PROJECT MANAGERS • ENGINEERS • SURVEYORS •PLANNERS

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Specialists in Environmentai Planning and Engineering, Hydrogeoiogy, Waste Management and Water Resources

SOLUTIONS(EMS)INC. 4278 Greenbank Rd., Ottawa, ON K2C 3H2

(613)692-7808 Fax:(613)692-7812

Toronto, Calgary, Mississauga, Whitby 80 Commerce Valley Drive East, Thornhill, ON L3T 7N4 Telephone: 905-882-1100 FAX:905-882-0055 E-mail: mmm@mmm.ca

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E-mail: info@emsolutions.com Web site: www.emsolutions.com

www.mmm.ca

Contact: Bob Brunei, Director Marketing and Busi ness Development EMS is a dynamic and fast growing Canadian envi ronmental service and tectinology firm offering crea tive solutions in support of sustainable development. Our services are provided by three business units: Environmental Consulting, Georemedlatlon ™ Teofinology and Sdil Treatment Facilities (STF). EMS of fers these services from a growing base of opera tions with offices currently In Ottawa, Burlington and Sudbury.

am

alytlcs Inc

ONTARIO . 5540 McAdam Road

EDMONTON

National Comprehensive Environmental Testing Services MaxxLINK - Internet accessible sample tracking and report viewing Air Monitoring Services

9331 -48th Street

Edmonton, AB T6B 2R4

Mississauga, ON L4Z1P1

(780)468-3500 Fax (780)466-3332

(905)890-2555

CALGARY 2021 -41 Avenue NiE.

QUEBEC 9420 Cote de Liesse ■

Fax (905)890-0370

Calgary, AB T2E 6P2

Lachine.QC H8T1A1

(403)291-3077

(514)636-6218

ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS ONTARIO INC.

Occupational Hygiene Services

Fax(403)291-9468

Fax(514)631-9814

18 Parkview Ave., R.R. #1, Oro Station, ON L0L2E0

Rush Analysis

Toll Free; WEST (800)386-7247

Contact: Brian A. Emms, Sr Env. Technologist EAST (800) 563-6266

ENVIROSIM ASSOCIATES LTD.

205-7 Inovation Dr., Flamborough, ON L9H 7H9 (905)690-1122 Fax:(905)689-2200

r

mountain valley geapiiyslcs

Contact: Peter Dold, President ENVIRO-STEWARDS INC.

Geophysical Consulting and Technical Services in

1 Union St., Elmira, ON N3B 3J9

Detecfion and Mapping of

.contaminant plumes, spills, and leaks .landfills, trenches, buried wastes and drums

. underground staictures, tanks and utilities .water supply targeting, drainage and flow

(519)578-5100 Fax:(519)669-5002 Contact: Bruce Taylor, President

property assessments and audits archeologlcal and forensic studies landfill and brownfield redevelopment ■ environmental assessments and planning

ENVIROTEST LABORATORIES

1-50 Bathurst Dr., Waterloo, ON N2V 205

245 DIxon Road, Suite 519, Toronto, Ontario Canada IVI9P 2M4 Tel.: 1 416 249 6664 Fax: 1 416 249 6965 lnfo@iinvgcorp.corn

ENVISION COMPLIANCE LTD.

2-124 Connie Ores., Concord, ON L4K 1L7

(905)760-1638 Fax:(905)760-1642 Contact: Judy Zaczkowski, President

COMPLETE RANGE OF ANALYTICAL SERVICES

EPEC CONSULTING (SASK) LTD. 1601A 4"^ Ave., Reglna, SK S4R BP9 (306)757-8694 Fax:(306)757-4202 Contact: Jim W. Campbell, Manager

REDEFINING SERVICE AND QUALITY NATIONALLY

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ERAMOSA ENGINEERING INC.

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176 Speedvale Ave. W, Guelph, ON N1H 103 (519)763-7774 Fax:(519)763-7757 Contact: Scott Taylor, Director ESG INTERNATIONAL INC.

361 Southgate Dr., Guelph, ON NIG 3M5 E.Z. NEJAT & ASSOCIATES INC.

RESTORATION ENVIRONMENTAL

P.O. Box 32207, 250 Harding Blvd. W,Richmond Hill, ON L4G9S3

(905)737-0904 Fax:(905)737-0924 Contact: Eric Nejat, President

CONTRACTORS 1 -800-894-4924

FLOWCARE ENGINEERING INC.

ASBESTOS • LEAD • ABATEMENT • DEMOLITION • PCB'S • MOULD www.environmentalhazards.com

120-CTurnbull Crt., Cambridge, ON NIT 1H9 (519)740-8733 Fax:(519)740-8131 Contact: Vern Martin, VP. Sales & Marketing FRANZ ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

18 King St. E, Bolton, ON L7E 1E8

www.toxicmold.ca

FRONTLINE CCRPCRATE CCMMUNICATICNS

Offices across North America

stantec.com

Stantec

Knowledge Based

Solutions For the Environment

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Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia

910-22 Frederick St., Kitchener, ON N2H 6M6

In Canada Call:

(519)741-9011 Fax:(519)741-9323 Contact: Lisa Volplnl, Communications Specialist

(519)579-4410 (204)489-5900 (306) 757-3581 (780)917-7000 (604) 597-0422

138 Oakes Dr., Mississauga, ON L5G 3M1 (905)271-6536 Fax:(905)271-6329

F.T. GERSON LIMITED

Contact: Ted Gerson, President FUNDY ENGINEERING & CONSULTING LTD.

Arizona • Nevada * California • Utah • Colorado • Virginia North Carolina • South Carolina • Georgia 'Tennessee

31 Dorchester St., P.O. Box 6626, Saint John, NB

E2L4S1 (506)635-1566 Fax:(506)635-0206 Contact: Peter McKelvey, President

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"A leader\n providing innovative

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

automation solutions to our customers.

Contact: Robert Wtieildon, Senior Engineer

We offer a complete range of products & services in the areas of: • Systems Integration • Process instrumentation • Control Panels • Chemical Packages • Programmable Logic Controllers • HMI/SCADA • Computer/Network Services • Service

GAP ENVIROMICROBIAL SERVICES INC.

M-1020 Hargrieve Rd., London, ON N6E 1P5

Gartner

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Lee

Summa Engineering Limited

Limited

6423 Northam Drive, Mississauga, ON L4V1J2 • Tel:(905) 878-3388, Fax;(905) 678-0444 E-mail: postmaster@summaeng.com • Website: www.summaeng.com

GARTNER LEE LTD.

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

(905)477-8400 Fax:(905)477-1456 E-mail: public@gartn0riee,com Web site: www.gartneriee.com

Contact: Ron Portelii, Vice President Marketing Gartner Lee, estabiished in 1973, provides professionai environmentai science, planning and engineer ing services including: environmentai planning; ecoiogicai assessments and management; surface wa ter and groundwater resources management; solid, hazardous and radioactive waste management; en vironmentai site assessment and remediation; regu latory compliance, permitting and auditing; public consultation, facilitation and mediation; and, special ized engineering.

COMPLETE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE engineers

architects

planners

Water Supply • System Optimization • Wastewater Solid Waste Management • Environmental Assessment Site Assessment & Remediation • SCADA

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

BARRIE • RRACERRIDGE • COROURG • KINGSTON • LONDON OTTAWA • SAULT STE. MARIE • ST. CATHARINES •WATERLOO

Web site: www.tsh.ca

GENIVAR CONSULTING GROUP

EARTH AND WATER SECTOR

510-325 Daihousie St., Ottawa, ON KIN 7G2

(613)244-1119 Fax:(613)241-9807 Contact: James Johnston, REng.

Ontario

Environmental Engineering Water & Wastewater Engineering

Manitoba

GEOMATRIX CONSULTANTS & ENGINEERS

Saskatchewan

INC.

Site Assessment & Remediation

Alberta

G-420 Weber St. N, Waterloo, ON N2L 4E7

British Columbia Northern Territories

(519)886-7500 Fax:(519)886-7419 Contact: Bill Maiyk, Senior Engineer

& Internationally

GEOSTAT SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL INC.

Hydrogeology Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Urban Drainage Visit our website at www.umagroup.com

C500-800 boui Chomedey, Laval, DC H7V 3Y4 (450)973-6561 Fax:(450)973-6070 Contact: Claude Dupiessis, Manager

The name for exoellenoe

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GIFFELS

30 international Blvd., Toronto, ON M9W 5P3

Providing total Engineering, Environmental and Information Technology solutions to clients for over 46 years.

GILES ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

1744 Uandaff Place, Victoria, BO V8N 4V1

(250)477-2202 Fax:(250)477-2286 Contact: George E. Giles, Senior Env. Engineer Employers

Toll free: 1-877-987-3211 Golder

V/^iVW.VAniTli'OO.COin

Toronto • Sudbury•Thunder Bay « Winnipeg • Saskatoon m Minneapolis• Africa

Associates GOLDER ASSOCIATES LTD.

2390 Argentia Rd., Mississauga, ON L5N 5Z7 (905)567-4444 Fax:(905)567-6561 E-mail: soiutions@goider.com Web site: vmvw.goider.com

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EXCELLENCE IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES

Industrial/ Municipal Wastewater Management

XCG CONSULTANTS LTD.

Contact: Jim Anderson

Watershed and Stormwater Management

Our specialties include environmentai management,

Drinking Water Quality and Treatment

environmentai restoration, environmentai audits, en vironmentai site assessments, risk assessments, site/

plant decommissioning, socio-economic assess ments, cultural resource management, bio-sciences, surface and groundwater management, waste man agement, geotechnicai engineering, materials engi neering, and surface and underground mining geotechnics.

Vancouver Kitchener Toronto area Kingston www.xcg.com

(604)681-7277 (519)741-5774 (905) 829-8880 (613)542-5888 mall(3)xcg.com

Hydrogeotogy investigation / Modetttng Environmental Site Assessment/ Auditing Remediation and Decommissioning Environmentai Management Systems

Tackling municipal/industrial GREENOAKS COMMUNICATIONS

84 Oak Ave., Richmond Hill, ON L4C 6R7

(905)889-1987 Fax:(905)889-1987 E-mail: vw@greenoaks.ca Web site: www.greenoaks.ca Contact: Vic Wiiensky, President (Please see Suppliers Section for complete listing) GUELPH CHEMICAL LABORATORIES LTD.

246 Siivercreek Pky. N, Guelph, ON N1H 1E7 (519)836-2313 Fax:(519)836-3273 Contact: Rupesh Pandey, Manager

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Odour & VOC issues Is all we do. Our experts operate an in-house 8 person olfactometry lab and specialize In: •Assessments - odour sampling, odour panel evaluations, dispersion modelling & impact analysis • Community Odour Surveys• Liaison with Communities & Regulatory Agencies • Development of Odour Impact Mitigation Strategies •Technology Selection, Applications & Pilot Trials • Design & Implementation of Odour Abatement Systems• System Performance & Compliance Tests

3425 Semenyk Court, Suite 200, Mississauga, Ontario, L5C 4P9 Tel:(905)277-1110- Fax:(905)277-1112 - www.zorix.on.ca 61


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159 Cote Salaberry, Chicoutimi, QC G7H 4K2

Contact: Gary Kuehl, Sr. Hydrogeoiogist Hydrogeologic services; groundwater resource evalu

GROUPE CONSEIL SAE INC.

capture zone analysis. Well design, geophysical log-'

101-9675 Cote-De-Liesse Rd., Dorval, QC H9P 1A3 (514)339-1500 Fax: {514)-339-1599 Contacts: Gordon Eng - Env.Engineer, Rene Fontaine

ging, borehole video inspections. JACQUES WHITFORD ENVIRONMENT

210-704 Mara St., Point Edward, ON N7V 1X4

- Director, Environment

LIMITED

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

GROUPE CONSEIL SAGUENAY

LENDER

ations; hydrogeologic mapping, flow modelling and^

LEHDER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LIMITED

1200 Denison St., Markham, ON L3R 8G6

6516 82 Ave., Edmonton, AB T6B 0E7

(780)462-4099 Fax:(780)462-4392 JAGGER HIMS LIMITED

E-mail: mroehler@lehder.com

301-1091 Gorham St., Newmarket, ON L3Y7V1 (905)853-3303 Fax:(905)853-1759 Contact: Doug dagger. President

Web sites: www.iehder.com,www.msdsworld.com Contact: Mark Roehler, Marketing

MARGRAVE & BURDICK, ENVIRONMENTAL 61 Brooklyn Ave., Toronto, ON M4M 2X4 (416)410-4188 Fax:(416)466-5479 E-mail: BillFlargrave@Hargrave-Burdick.com Web site: Hargrave-Burdick.com Contact: William J. Hargrave, Principal

320-7930 Bowness Rd., NW, Calgary, AB T3B 0H3 (403)247-1777 Fax:(403)286-9895

Nationally recognized specialists in ttie planning, en

Contact: Jan Korzeniowski, President

gineering and scientifc services needed for water and wastewater treatment systems including water qual ity assessments, treatabiiity evaluations, optimization programs, feasibility and predesign reports, facility designs, O&lvl manuals, computerize online interac tive documents, plant troubleshooting, commission ing and staff training.

J.K. ENGINEERING LTD.

JFM ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

183 Glenn Hawthorne Blvd., Mississauga, ON L5R 2K8 (866)263-9100 or(905)712-1500 Fax:(905)712-1555 Contact: Frank Marcoccia, Principal

LEHDER is a consulting firm providing services in the following three main areas: Air Quality Management (odour investigations, source emission sampling, dis persion modeling, applications for certificates of ap proval); Health, Safety and Environmental Manage ment Systems(MSDS, regulatory training, compliance audits, industrial hygiene); Property Liability Manage ment(remediation plans, property stewardship plans. Phase i, 11 investigations, hydrogeoiogicai studies). LES CONSULTANTS LBCD INC.

40 rue Sainte-Ceciie, Saiaberry-de-Valieyfield, QC

J. L. RICHARDS & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

HATCH

2800 Speakman Dr., Mississauga, ON L5K 2R7

J6T1L7

LEVELTON ENGINEERING LTD.

150-12791 Clarke Pi, Richmond, BC V6V2H9

HGC ENGINEERING

J.L. RICHARDS & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

LEY WATER QUALITY CQNSULTING

203-2000 Argentia Rd., Plaza 1, Mississauga, ON L5N 1P7 (905)826-4044 Fax:(905)826-4940 Contact: Jay Kana, Marketing Director

864 Lady Ellen Place, Ottawa, ON K1Z 5M2 (613)728-3571 Fax:(613)728-6012 Web site: www.jirichards.ca

46 Holland Cres., Kingston, ON K7M 2V8 (613)546-5379 Fax:(613)533-6796 Contact: Arthur Ley, President

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/leachate

P.O. Box 451, Stn Main, Paris, ON N3L 3T5 (519)442-2086 Fax:(519)442-7242

HOMESTEAD ENVIRONMENTAL

1 -89 King St. W, Dundas, ON L9H 1VI (905)627-2918 Contact: George Eastwood, President

management, water resources and stormwater man agement,sewer and watermain condition assessment

89 Queen St., Truro, NS B2N 2B2

and rehabilitation, plant retrofits, energy management. Offices also in Kingston, Sudbury and Timmins.

(902)895-1507 Fax:(902)893-2152 Contact: Michael Topley, President

JOHN EMERY GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

HORNER ASSOCIATES LIMITED

LOTQWATER LTD.

Contact: Laurie Lotimer, Operations Manager MACVIRO CONSULTANTS INC.

600-90 Aiistate Parkway, Markham, ON L3R 6H3 (905)475-7270 Fax:(905)475-5994 Contact: Eric A.D. MaoDonaid, President

LIMITED

HYDROMANTIS INC.

302-1685 Main St. W, Hamilton, ON L8S 1G5 (905)522-0012 Fax:(905)522-0031

Contact: Beth Gibson, Marketing & Sales

1 -109 Woodbine Downs Blvd., Toronto, ON M9W 6Y1 (416)213-1060 Fax:(416)213-1070 Contact: Michael H. IvIacKay, Principal Geotechnicai Engineer

IBI GROUP

KERR WOOD LEIDAL ASSOCIATES LTD.

230 Richmond St. W, Toronto, ON M5V 1V6

139 16'" St. W, North Vancouver, BC V7M 1T3 (604)985-5361 Fax:(604)985-3705

(416)596-1930 Fax:(416)596-0644 Contact: Neai irwin, Managing Director

Contact: Frank W. Belfry, President

INDUSTRIAL WATERS AND WASTEWATERS

KEY SURVEYS & ENGINEERING LIMITED

CONSULTING

2-127 Rebecca St., Hamilton, ON L8R 1B9

325 Baig Blvd., Moncton, NB E1E 1E1 (506)857-1675 Fax:(506)857-1679

(905)521-5773

Contact: Ron Wilson, Manager of Engineering

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P.O. Box31, 1740 Kingston Rd., Pickering, ON L1V2R2 (905)852-0204 Fax:(905)852-0657 Contact: Bruce Foxton, Field Operations Manager

KMK CONSULTANTS LIMITED

INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS LTD.

220 Advance Blvd., Brampton, ON L6T 4J5 (905)459-4780 Fax:(905)459-7869

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

E-mail: kmk@kmk.on.ca Web site: www.kmk.on.ca

Consultants Limited

(416)599-6009 Fax:(416)599-6867

Contact: Gary Scott, Vice President Consulting engineers, project managers, ecological planners, landscape architects specializing in water and sewage treatment and conveyances; process audits and cost reduction engineering in process, la

Contact: Mark Jaine, Manager of Business

bour, and energy.

E-maii: mmm@mmm.ca Web site: www.mmm.ca

Contacts: Peter Overton - Dir. Marketing & Comm., Art Seanor - VP, Planning & Environmental

Services provided are environmental engineering, (planning, design, contract administration of water and wastewater treatment and conveyance systems for municipal and industrial clients); water resources (stormwater management, flood prediction, protec tion and control, watershed management planning, flow modeling, routing and control); and environmen tal management (solid and hazardous waste man agement, site decontamination, environmental audit

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80 Commerce Valley Dr. E, Thornhiii, QN L3T 7N4 (905)882-1100 Fax:(905)882-0055

INLAND AQUATICS

INTELEX TECHNOLOGIES INC.

MALROZ ENGINEERING INC.

168 Montreal St., Kingston, ON K7K 3G4 (613)548-3446 Fax:(613)548-7975 Contact: David Malcolm, President

Monaghan

Contact: Marc Halevy, Process Engineer

305-145 Front St. E, Toronto, ON M5A 1E3

MACVIRO INVESTIGATIVE ENGINEERING INC.

600-90 Aiistate Parkway, Markham, ON L3R 6H3 (905)475-7270 Fax:(905)475-5994 Contact: Eric A.D. MacDonaid, President

536 Fourth Line E, Sault Ste Marie, ON P6A 5K8 (705)949-4900 Fax;(705)949-9965 Contact: Michael Kresin

MARTYN ENGINEERING LTD.

801B 29"' St., Courtenay, BC V9N 7Z5 (250)334-3846 Fax:(250)334-2645 Contact: Hal Martyn, Sr. Eng/Principal

INTERNATIONAL WATER CONSULTANTS LTD.

342 Bayview Dr., Box 310, Barrie, ON L4M 4T5 (705)733-0111 Fax:(705)721-0138 E-mail: iws@iws.ca Web site: www.iws.ca

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MARVIN GILBERT AND ASSOCIATES

4455 Huron Rd., New Hamburg, ON N3A'3C6 (519)662-9754 Fax:(519)662-4349

23 Glenelia Ave, Toronto, ON M2M 2K6

Contact: Cheryl Hendrickson, Principal

(416)225-4541 Fax:(416)225-4541 Contact: Marvin Siibert, President

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MATRIX SOLUTIONS INC.

NATECH ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

230-319 2 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2P 005 (403)237-0606 Fax:(403)263-2493

109 Patterson Cross Rd., Harvey Station, NB E6K1L9 (506)366-1080 Fax:(506)366-1090

Contact: Leo Bouckhout, Vice President

Contact: Jochen Schroen President

ing and training in hazardous material management (asbestos, lead, PCB, mould); environmental man agement; indoor air quality and microbiai contamina tion; air emissions; occupational health and safety; laboratory (asbestos, lead, mould, odour).

MAXXAM ANALYTICS INC.

NATIONAL TESTING LABORATORIES

267 Mattieson Blvd. E, Mississauga, ON L4Z 1X8 (905)890-2688 Fax:(905)890-2911 Contact: Leon Vainer, Marketing Project Manager

102-6555 Wilson Mills Rd., Cleveland, OH 44143

POLLUTECH ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

USA (800)458-3330 Fax: (440)449-8585

5-768 Westgate Rd., Oakviiie, ON L6L 5N2 (905)847-0065 Fax;(905)847-3840 Contact; Gregory Brown, President

Contact: Marianne Metzger, Technical Support/ Account Manager

MIG ENGINEERING LTD.

453 Christina St. N., Sarnia, ON N7T 5W3

NORTHERN LABORATORIES LTD.

(519)337-8000 Fax:(519)337-8001

251 Kaien Rd.. Box 1035, Prince Rupert, BC V8J4B7 (250)627-1906 Fax:(250)627-8214 Contact: Charles Armstrong, Manager

Contact: Biii Graham, President MORRISON HERSHFIELD LIMITED

600-235 Yorkiand Blvd., Toronto, ON M2J 1T1

NOTRA INC.

MOUNTAIN VALLEY GEOPHYSICS CORP.

(613)738-0887 Fax:(613)738-4406 Contact: Stephen Burns, President

201 -6 Gurdwara Rd., Ottawa. ON K2E 8A3

(MVG) 519-245 Dixon Rd., Toronto, ON M9P 2M4

(416)249-6664 Fax:(416)249-6965 Contact: Michael Vumbaca, Geophysicist M.R.2 MCDONALD & ASSOCIATES

204-4303 Albert St., Regina, SK S4S 3R6 (306)584-7071 Fax:(306)584-8666 Contact: Rodger McDonald, Principal Engineer

NWS INSPECTION INC.

601-7620 Elbow Dr. SW, Calgary, AB T2V 1K2 (403)236-5982 Fax:(403)236-7189 Contact: Jim Coroon, Marketing/Sales PHILIP ANALYTICAL SERVICES CORP.

5735 McAdam Rd., Mississauga, ON L4Z 1N9

MTE CONSULTANTS

650 Riverbend Dr., Kitchener, ON N2K 382

PINCHIN

(519)-743-6500 Fax:(519)743-6513 Contact: David Marks, Senior Geoscientist N.A.R. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS INC.

PINCHIN ENVIRONMENTAL

5749 Coopers Ave., Mississauga, ON L4Z 1R9

NORW/EST LABS

104-19575 55A Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 8P8

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238 Hickiing Trail, Barrie, ON L4M 5W5 (705)739-9738 Fax;(705)739-8448 E-maii; admin@procyon.ca Web site; www.procyon.ca Contact; George K. Chamberiin, Principal Procyon provides training and advice to organizations that want to register a quality or environmental man agement system to ISO 9001 or ISO 14001. We go to you, customize our training, and satisfy your re quirements. PROJECT ENGINEERING LIMITED

778 King St., Fredericton, NB E3B 1G2 (506)450-2930 Fax: (506)451-0415 Contact: John McKinney REng. QUALITY ANALYSIS CONSULTANTS

ENVIRONMENTAL

1130Southiane Rd., Sudbury, ON P3G 1N6 (705)522-5990 Fax:(705)522-1898 Contact: A.B. Bowman, Pres., Sr. Env. Scientist

PCI

580 Witty Beach Rd., Victoria, BC V9C 4H8 (250)474-0607 Contact: Dr. Wesley M. Johnson, Consultant

(905)712-6471 Fax:(905)507-9151

E-mail: rconneiiy@pinchin.com Web site: www.pinchin.com Contact: Robin Connelly, Marketing Manager Management, consulting, implementation, engineer

QUINTE-ECO CONSULTANTS INC.

Prince Edward Square, Box 400, R.R. #7, Believiiie ON K8N4Z7 (613)967-2332 Fax:(613)967-6680 Contact: Ron Carter, President

WATER AND WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS Innovative. Practical. Sustainable. 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 natural 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 Incorporate Into all of our water resource management projects to ensure that water resources aren't compromised. Designed by CH2M HILL, Loyalist Township's new, fully automated Fairfield Water Treatment Plant combines ultrafiltration and post-membrane

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RAL ENGINEERING LTD. 47-17665 Leslie St., Newmarket,ON L3Y 3E3

(905)853-0626 Fax:(905)853-8807 E-mail: rai@rai0ng.oom Web site: www.raieng.com

and plastics engineering. Landfills and roadways de sign, high strength products, filtration, aging and du rability, interface properties, UV resistance and ag ing, stress cracking, oxidation resistance, tensile prop erties in extreme temperatures.

Contact: Bob LeCraw, President

SARAFINCHIN ASSOCIATES LTD.

RAL Engineering Ltd., founded in 1990 specializes in practical and effective water and sewage treatment solutions for communities. Our staff tiave designed treatment facilities ranging from innovative single tiousefioid units to 20,000 m3/d plants. Wtiiie our empfiasis is always on making the most of existing facilities, we can provide full engineering services for new and expanded treatment plant, reservoir and pumping station projects.

238 Galaxy Blvd., Toronto, ON MOW 5R8 (416)674-1770 Fax:(416)674-1997

REID CROWTHER & PARTNERS LIMITED

300-4170 Still Creek Dr., Burnaby, BO V5C 606

(800)IJ\B-SPEX (522-7739) Contact: Yvonne Cangeiosi, Vice President Sales & Marketing SRK CONSULTING

800-1066 Hastings St. W, Vancouver, BC V6E 3X2 (604)681-4196 Fax:(604)687-5532 Contact: Peter Heaiey, Principal

Contact: M.G. Sarafinohin, President

STABILIS ENVIRONNEMENT

SCHUR-TEK RESOURCES LTD.

580-333 ch Queen-Mary, Montreal, QC H3V 1A2 (514)940-1230 Fax:(514)940-3435 Contact: Jacques Dion, President

50 Larkspur Cres., St Albert, AB T8N 2M5 (780)458-2067 Fax:(780)460-1909 Contact: Martin Schurek, Principal

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(519)579-4410 Fax:(519)579-6733 E-maii: mjackson@stantec.com

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417 Exeter Rd., London, ON N6E 2Z3

Stantec provides value-added professional services and technologies in the five principal market segments of environment, buildings, industrial, transportation and urban land, from over 40 locations principally in North America. Environmental engineering services include municipal and industrial wastewater treatment, wastewater collection and pumping, municipal and industrial water treatment, water distribution, pump ing and storage and general municipal engineering. A full range of environmental management services is also provided.

(519)680-3868 Fax:(519)680-3870 Contact: Marc B. Trudeii, Principal

R.J. BURNSIDE & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

SENES CONSULTANTS LIMITED

15 Towniine, Orangeviiie, ON L9W 3R4 (519)941-5331 Fax:(519)941-8120 Web site: www.rjburnside.com

(905)764-9380 Fax:(905)764-9386

12-121 Granton Dr., Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3N4 Contact: Dr. Donald M. Gorber, President

Contact: Rui De Carvaiho, President

Burnside is a multi-disciplinary Canadian engineering and environmental consulting firm established in 1970. Our specialties include water and wastewater treat ment, water supply systems, on-site wastewater sys tems, water resources, hydrogeoiogy, environmental assessment, site remediation, structural design, build ing science, transportation, GiS, solid waste manage ment, golf course services and satellite remote sens ing.

SGS LAKEFIELD RESEARCH LIMITED

185 Concession St., Box 4300, Lakefieid, ON

K0L2H0 (705)652-2038 Fax:(705)652-6441 Contact: Carrie Greeniaw, Senior Client Services

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17A-100 Kaiamaika Lake Rd., Vernon, BC V1T7M3 SIMCOE ENGINEERING GROUP LIMITED

10-1815 ironstone Manor, Pickering, ON L1W 3W9 (905)831-1715 Fax:(905)831-0531

Contact: Richard Goubko, President

(250)545-3672 Fax:(250)545-3654 Contact: Dr. Hugh Hamilton, Seriior Scientist TAADOM CONSULTANCY

Contact: Don Cane, President RSG ENGINEERING INC.

202-3754 Richmond Rd., Nepean, ON K2Fi 5B9 (613)721-0880 Fax:(613)721-2096

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R.V. Anderson Associates Limited R.V. ANDERSON ASSOCIATES LIMITED

400-2001 Sheppard Ave. E, Toronto, ON M2J 4Z8 (416)497-8600 Fax:(416)497-0342 E-maii: Toronto@rvanderson.com Web site: www.rvanderson.com

Contacts: Ken lyiorrison, Reg Andres Environmental and infrastructure specialists: planning and management, design and construction, opera tions and optimization services for water and wastewater, transportation, urban development and telecommunication technologies. Branches: Weiiand, Ottawa, Sudbury (Dennis), London, Moncton (Touchie), Fredericton (Touchie), Chariottetown (Atiantech), fvtumbai India (PFiE Consultants).

SINANNI INC.

1500-85 rue Sainte-Catherine Q, Montreal, QC

580-3333 Queen-Mary, Montreal, QC H3V 1A2 (514)940-3332 Fax:(514)940-3435

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E-maii: info@sinanni.com Web site: www.sinanni.com

Contact: Philippe Simon, President

Engineering consuitants specializing in air quality, environmental assessments & audits, regulatory com pliance, permitting, site remediation, hazardous waste management, risk management and off-site conse quence analysis, project management, procurement, tendering, budget & progress control, development of health & safety programs, TDG and WHMiS train

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TEPECO CONSULTANTS INC.

R.R. #33, Cambridge, QN N3H 4R8 (519)653-0441 Fax:(519)653-8414

W F \ j E-maii: tepeco@tepeco.net Web site: www.tepeco.net

Tepeco Consuitants incorporated provides innovative solutions for food safety concerns. Our Product In tegrity programs are designed to help maximize pro duction and reduce contamination. Sanitation and

ing, atmospheric emissions and control, and geoenvironmentai services.

food safety audits, consultations, and recommenda tions. Pest prevention, specialized fumigations and non-chemical alternatives, wood product and pallet fumigation, industrial and specialty items supply.

SIRMAN ASSOCIATES LIMITED

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7565 Baldwin St. N, Whitby, ON L1M 1Y5 TERRAPEX ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

RWDI

650 Woodiawn Rd., W, Gueiph, ON N1K 188 (519)823-1311 Fax:(519)823-1316 Contact: Craig Hunt, Business Development

SKELTON BRUMWELL & ASSOCIATES INC.

108-557 Dixon Rd., Toronto, ON M9W 6K1

107-93 Beii Farm Rd^ Barrie, ON L4M 5G1

(416)245-0011 Fax:(416)245-0012

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

Contact: Michael Osborne, President

Contact: Scott Brumweii, Vice President THAMES VALLEY ENGINEERING INC.

SAFETYSCOPE INC.

41 Quaker House Lane, Schomberg, ON LOG 1T0 (416)231-3751 Fax:(905)939-9839

SNC-LAVALIN ENGINEERS &

100-392 Park Ave. E, Chatham, ON N7M 5Y5

CONSTRUCTORS INC.

(519)354-2193 Fax:(519)352-4272 Contact: Henry E. Regts, President,G.M.

2200 Lake Shore Blvd. W, Toronto, ON M8V 1A4

Contact: Tim Ivlorrison, President T. HARRIS ENVIRONMENTAL

SODEXEN INC.

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2519 Chomedey Blvd., Laval, QC H7T 2R2 (450)973-7757 Fax:(450)973-7758 Contact: Robert Kainins, Marketing Director

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242 Galaxy Blvd., Toronto, ON M9W 5R8

SAGEOS, DIVISION OF CTT GROUP 3000 av Bouiie, Saint-Hyacinthe, QC J2S 1H9 (450)771-4608 Fax:(450)778-3901 E-maii: ericb@sageos.ca Web site: www.sageos.ca

SOIL-MAT ENGINEERS

E-maii: info@tharris.ca

130 Lancing Dr., Hamilton, ON L8W 3A1 (905)318-7440 Fax:(905)318-7455 Contact: Danny Schebesch, President

Web site: www.tharris.ca

Contact: Eric Blond, Technical Director

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(416)679-8914 Fax:(416)679-8915

Contact: John C. Fisher, Chief Operating Officer THEM is a diverse group of industrial hygiene, engi neering, scientific, and technical professionals pro viding a wide range of environmental/occupational health and safety consulting services to industrial, real

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URBAN & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

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2360 Argentia Rd., Mississauga, ON L5N 5Z7

8-6100 Thorold Stone Rd., Niagara Falls, ON L2J 1A3 (905)371-9764 Fax:(905)371-9763 Contact: Greg Tares, Principal

400-386 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C 4M8

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1345 Rosemount Ave., Cornwaii, ON K6J 3E5

URS DAMES & MOORE CANADA INC.

(613)933-5602 Fax:(613)936-0335 Contact: Robert Wiison, Project Manager

404-151 City Centre Dr., Mississauga, ON L5B 1M7

WASTE STREAM CONSULTANTS, LLC 30591 Sohooicraft Ave., Livonia, Ml 48150 USA

VALDOR ENGINEERING INC.

(734)513-0972 Fax:(734)513-0956 Contact: Ted Warrow, Managing Member

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46 McKay Rd., Dundas, ON L9H 1H7 (905)627-5729 Fax:(905)627-7636 Contact: Barry Thompson, President

4 Pembina Place St., Albert, AB T8N 4P7

TOTTEN SIMS HUBICKI ASSOCIATES

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

300 Water St., Whitby, ON LIN 9J3 (905)668-9363 Fax:(905)668-0221

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VALUE MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL

101-460 Phillip St., Waterloo, ON N2L5J2 (519)746-1798 Fax:(519)885-5262 Contact: Martin Draeger, Marketing Manager WATER REGIME INVESTIGATIONS

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TRI-PHASE ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

(519)725-9874 Fax:(519)725-0842 Contact: Jackie Van de Vaik, Principal

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175 Provost Lane, Fergus, ON N1M 3N3

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1595 Clark Blvd., Brampton, ON

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Web site: www.wesa.ca

12-1495 Bonhiii Rd., Mississauga, ON L5T1M2 (905)696-9391 Fax:(905)696-9395 E-maii: veritec@sympatico.ca

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1700-1066 Hastings St. W, Vancouver, BO V6E 3X2

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WM. R. WALKER ENGINEERING INC.

499 Queen St. E, Sault Ste Marie, ON P6A 1Z9 (705)942-2070 Fax:(705)942-3532 Contact: Larry Jackson WOOD LABORATORY LTD.

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agement systems; water, wastewater and stormwater

distribution, coiiection and treatment: watershed and ecosystem management; environmentai auditing and site services.

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Contact: Moe Zoighadr, 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 instal lation of odour abatement systems. ZORIX operates an in-house state-of-the-art olfactometry lab (odour panel).

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1905 Aston Ave., Carlsbad, CA 92008 USA

carbon and related products since 1979. We offer a wide variety of Activated carbons and related prod

(800)360-3220 Fax:(960)-602-8855 Contact: R. Twitcheil, Marketing Supen/isor

remedial treatment, emission/odor control, lAQ,

AIG ENVIRONMENTAL

WVITTP, water and wastewater treatment and many other applications involving odorant contaminant re moval for both vapor and liquid phase application.

145 Wellington Street W., Toronto, ON M5J 1H8 (416)596-3990 Fax:(416)596-3584 Contaot: Kate Dobson-Parks, Reg. Mgr., Canada

3E COMPANY

3M CANADA COMPANY

P.O. Box 5757, STN. B, London, ON NBA 4T1

(800)265-1840,(519)451-2500 Fax:(888)452-9819 Contact: Jotin Blacklock, Marketing

ucts such as environmental carbon filters for use in

AC! INSTRUMENTATION LIMITED

AIR FORCE INC.

6-120 Woodstream Blvd., WoodbridgeON L4L7Z1 ACU-TROL

656 Vanderburgh Dr., Burlington, ON L7T 3W7 (888)239-6362 Fax:(905)681-6980 Contact: Phil Fitzpatrick, President

11830 Kemper Road, Auburn CA 95603 USA (530)823-9898 Fax:(530)823-9899

AIR LIOUIDE CANADA

AALIANT

150 Venture Blvd., Spartanburg, SC 29306 USA (864)574-3327 Fax:(864)574-8063

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entations, client surveys, client contact and mainte nance programs, and marketing seminars.

Contact: Russell Roark, industrial Sales Director ACO CONTAINER SYSTEMS

794 Mckay Rd., Pickering, ON L1W 2Y4

1250 Rene Levesque Blvd., Suite 1700, Montreal, PQ H3B5E6 (514)933-0308 Fax:(514)846-7700 Contact: Kimberiy Curran, Market Manager - Chemi cals & Refining

ABB INC.

Water and industrial Analytics 3450 Fiarvsster Road, Burlington, ON L7N 3W5 (905)639-8840 Fax:(905)639-8639 E-mail: ivan.a.soiomons@ca.abb.com

ACUTE ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY

AIRSEP CORPORATION

2-730 Bridge St. E, Waterloo, ON N2V 2L4 (519)747-5075 Fax:(519)747-4608 Contact: Ron Campbell

260 Creekside Dr., Buffalo, NY 14228 USA

Web site: www.abb.ca

Contact: Ivan Solomons, Sr. Product 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 moni tors including dissolved oxygen, turbidity, nitrate, phosphate, dissolved organics, pH, conductivity, etc. All are available through our Canada-wide network of representatives.

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ALAR ENGINEERING CORPORATION

9651 West 196th St., Mokena, IL 60448 USA

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1133 Regent Street, Fredericton, NB E3B 3Z2 (506)451 -7407 Fax:(506)459-3954 E-mail: eiw@adi.ca Web site: www.adi.ca

Contact: Eric Winchester, Vice President

ALFA LAVAL INC.

101 Miiner Ave., Scarborough, ON M1S4S6 (416)299-6101

ABCOTT CONSTRUCTION LTD.

media - MEDIA G2® - is certified to ANSi/NSF 61 and ETV Canada verified. MEDIA G2® will also re

124 Garden Avenue, Brantford, ON N3S 7W4

duce hydrogen suifide from sour gas streams with concentrations as high as 30,000 ppm.

aboutREMEDIATION

63 Poison Street, 2"" Floor, Toronto, ON MBA 1A4

(416)778-6697 Fax:(416)778-5624 Contact: Wayne Coutinho, Web Content Manager ABS PUMPS INC.

1215 Meyerside Dr., #7, Mississauga, ON L5T 1Fi3 (905)670-4677 Fax: (905)670-3709

911 South Main St., Bidg. A, Kenton, OH 43326 USA (800)670-1867 Fax:(419)673-8864 Contact: Steve White, General Manager ADI SYSTEMS INC.

1133 Regent St., Ste. 300 Fredericton, NB E3B 3Z2 (506)452-7307 Fax: (506)452-7308 E-mail: systems@adi.ca Web site: www.adisystems.ca Contact: Connie Smith, Marketing & Admin. Services ADi's industrial wastewater treatment systems range from low-rate anaerobic to its proprietary ADi-SBR and decanters. The wide range of technologies avail able makes most high-strength wastewaters a good candidate for treatment. Pilot studies can be carried

out on-site or at ADi's own laboratory. Services of fered on a design/build or minimum package basis.

A.C. CARBONE CANADA INC.

300 rue Brosseau, St-Jean-sur-Richeiieu, QC

J3B2E9 (450)348-1807 Fax:(450)348-3311

Contact: Christian Dietz, President ALLWEILER PUMPS

8365 Boui Wiifrid-Peiietier, Anjou, QC H1K 1M3 (514)355-3922 Fax:(514)355-9691 Contact: Joe Morena, Regional Manager ALTECH TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS INC.

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

400 Boui. Jean-Lesage, #500, Quebec City, QC G1K8W1 (418)525-0606 Fax:(418)525-0909 Contact: Daniel Bordeieau, VP Sales AGL MARKETING LIMITED

20 Mouitrey Crescent, Georgetown, ON L7G 4N5 (905)877-5369 Fax:(905)702-0819 E-mail: giee@agimark0ting.eom Web site: www.agimarketing.com

E-mail: accarbon@accarbone.com

Contact: Grant Lee, President

Web site: www.enviroaccess.ca

Technical writing, project/case history writing, mar keting plans and budgets, media campaigns and budgets, newsletters, market research, editing, col lateral material, exhibits, web site architecture, pres

Contact: Karl Mertn Jr., General Manager AiC. Carbone Canada inc. is Canada's only manu facturer of Activated carbon. Manufacturing Activated

ALLOY FABRICATORS OF NEW ENGLAND,INC. 39 York Avenue, Randolph, MA 02368 USA (781)986-6400 Fax: (781)986-2667

AMADEUS SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS

Contact: Lisa Bartoiomucci, Administrative Assistant

CARBONE CANADA^

ALLDOS, INC. 2270 Northwest Parkway, Suite 180, Marietta, GA 30067 USA (770)956-7996 Fax: (770)956-7836 ALLMAX PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC.

Email: abcott@networx.on.ca Web site: www.abcott.com

Contact: Don Bremner, Vice President Operations Aboott Construction Ltd. is a professional design/build general contractor established in 1972. Our quality service, excellent reputation and track record has won us many Awards from Butler Manufaoturing. Aboott has been a successful Butler Pre-Engineered Builder/ Dealer for over 25 years. Services including Metal Roofing and Steel Roofing, Plant Additions, Renova tions and Concrete Work are our specialties.

ALBERTA MEQUIPCO LTD.

308-8989 Maoieod Trail SW, Calgary, AB T2H 0M2 (403)259-8333

Supplier of water treatment systems for removal of groundwater to low ppb concentrations. Our filter

(519)756-4350 Fax: (519)756-8721

Contact: Steve Gorski, VP. Sales

ADI INTERNATIONAL INC.

arsenic, uranium, chromium and other metals from

ABCOTT CONSTRUCTION LTD.

(716)691-0202, Fax:(716)691-8304 Contact: Alex Hernandez, Operations Manager

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AMERICAN R/D GATE VALVE COMPANY,LLC

36 Mill Plain Rd., Suite 307, Danbury, CT 06811 USA (203)744-0753 Fax:(203)744-0796 Contact: Mike McCarthy, National Sales Manager AMERICAN STRUCTURES INC.

Box 409, Menomonie, Wi 54751 USA

(715)235-4225 Fax:(715)235-6212 Contact: Earl W. Wiidenberg, President 67


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Contact: Phil Sidhwa, Vice President, Business De

E-mail: john@aquabiast.ca Web site: www.aquabiast.ca Contact: John Eeoloo, President/General Manager Cleaning reactors, silos, heat exchangers, sewers, tanks, process piping, equipment, buildings using high pressure waterjetting services to 40,000 psi. Cold cutting steel tanks and piping, 3D self rotating clean ing head and teieboom for safe tank cleaning, turbo vacuum pumping for liquids, sludges and dry prod

velopment Canada

ucts.

American Water Service® Canada Corp. AMERICAN WATER SERVICES CANADA CORP

Terratec Environmental Ltd./AWS Engineering/Uniflow 100 King St. W., 22"" Floor, Hamilton, ON L8P 1A2 (888)776-7306 Fax: (905)572-5929 Web site: www.amwater.com

Nortti America's Premier Water and Wastewater Serv

AWI

4450-46 Avenue S.E.,

Calgary, AB T2B 3N7 (403)255-7377 Fax:(403)255-3129 E-maii: info@awifilter.oom

AWI noiKOfmazAnoN

Web site: www.awifiiter.com

Contact: Nicky Currie, Project Coor dinator

AWi is a leader in filtration optimization. We provide site-specific technical services, filter inspections, fil ter media design and supply. Ourteohnoiogicaiiy ad vanced underdrain systems include the AWi Phoenix Underdrain System and the AWi Phoenix Panel Sys tem - both have air scour capabilities.

ice Provider, serving over 15 million people in 3 Prov inces & 27 US States for over 100 years. Providing a full range of services to municipaiities, industries and private customers. Offering Contract Operations, Maintenance, Engineering Services, Residuals Man

ARCHER TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT INC.

BADGER METER INC.

agement, Digester Cleaning, Mobile Dewatering and

346 Cranbrooke Avenue, Toronto, ON M5M 1N3

4545 W Brown Deer Rd., Milwaukee, Wi 53223 USA

infrastructure Rehabilitation.

(416)781-0135 Fax:(416)781-9560 E-maii: archertechnicai@sympatico.oa

AMIAD FILTRATION SYSTEMS

Contact: David Archer, C.E.T., President

2220 Celsius Ave., Cxnard, CA 93030 USA

Ontario representative for: Vaughan chopper pumps; Rotamix™ process mixing systems; Triton''" screw impeller pumps; Prime Cut seif-priming chopper pumps; Calgon Carbon municipal odour control sys temsfrom manhole and drum units to complete pack ages including fan and motor for up to 14,150 i/s (30,000 CFM)air flow with water regenerabie carbon.

AMISTCO SEPARATION PRODUCTS INC.

23147 Hwy. 6, Aivin, TX 77511 USA (281)331-5956 Fax:(281)585-1780 Contact: Liz Reyna, Marketing AMKO SYSTEMS INC.

250 West Beaver Creek Road,#6, Richmond Hill, ON L4B1C7 (905)771-1444 Fax:(905)771-1616 Contact: John Kosch, President

ARCUS ABSORBENTS INC.

800 Arrow Road, #21, Toronto, ON MOM 2Z8 (416)745-7947 Fax;(416)745-1174 Contact: Theo Kossowsky, Director

ANALYTICAL MEASUREMENTS

621 Ramsey Avenue, Hillside, NJ 07205 USA (908)964-8686 Fax:(908)964-6622 Contact: W. Richard Adey, President

BCA THE CLEARWATER GROUP ARIZONA INSTRUMENT

200-14666 64 Ave., Surrey, BC V3S 1X7

1912 W. 4'" Street, Tempe, AZ 85281 USA (800)528-7411 Fax:(480)804-0656 Contact: Terri Thomas, international Sales Manager

ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.

6 iron Bridge Dr., Coiiegevilie, PA 19426 USA (610)917-0991 Fax:(610)917-0992 Contact: John Bosweii, Sales Manager

BAYCOR FIBRE TECH INC.

576 Elgin St., Unit D, Brantford, ON N3S 7X2 (519)751-7787 Fax:(519)751-7712 Contact: Herb Langner, President E-maii: info@baycorfibre.com Web site: www.baycorfibre.com Fine screening for municipal, industrial, food and pulp and paper; sludge thickening; fibre recovery, wash ing and thickening.

ARMOUR VALVE LTD.

126 Miiner Avenue, Toronto, ON MIS 3R2 (416)299-0780 Fax:(416)299-0394 Contact: Jennifer Bowman, inside Sales Manager

ANDERSON WATER SYSTEMS

A Division of Cndeo Degremont North America

BCG SERVICES INC.

1128 Burdette St., Richmond, BC V6V 2Z3 (604)273-4987 Fax:(604)273-0619 Contact: J. Thomson, Marketing Manager BEAR RENTAL TANKS, LTD.

P.O. BOX35614, Canton, OH 44735-5614 USA (330)683-9966 Fax: (330)683-9964 Contact: Mike Skinner, Project Manager

44 Head St., Dundas, CN L9H 3H3

(905)627-9233 Fax: (905)628-6623 Contact: Peter Midgiey, Director of Sales

BELTON INDUSTRIES,INC. 8613 Rosweii Rd., Atlanta, GA 30350 USA

ARMTEC LIMITED

ANGUIL ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS

8855 North 55'" St., Milwaukee, Wi 53223 USA (414)365-6400 Fax:(414)365-6410 Contact: Kate Simmons, Marketing Administrator

nthrafilter Media & Cool Ltd.

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ANTHRAFILTER MEDIA & COAL LTD.

20 Sharp Rd., Brantford, ON NOT 5L8 (519)751-1080 Fax:(519)751-0617 Contact: Dave Loney, President Suppliers of premium quality filter media since 1976. Anthracite filter media, filter sands and gravels, gar net, iimenite, activated carbon and manganese green

(800)225-4099 Fax:(770)992-6361 Contact: Bob Moran, Product Manager

15 Campbell Road, Gueiph, ON N1H 6P2 (519)822-0210 Fax:(519)822-1160 E-mail: saies@armtec.com

BENNETT ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

Web site: www.armtec.com

Contact: Terri Mand, Marketing Comm. Specialist For over 90 years Armtec has been providing prod ucts and engineered solutions to the challenges of the civil engineering market. Our product line includes: corrugated plastic and metal pipe, construction prod ucts, geosynthetics and water control gates.

200-1130 Render St W., Vancouver, BC V6E 4A4 BERLIE TECHNOLOGIES INC.

1245, industrieiie Street, La Prairie, OC J5R 2E4

(450)659-1986 Fax:(450)659-7916 Contact: Jacques Eiie, President BIOPRIME LTD.

^AfflTEAP

85 N. Main St., Suite245, White River Jen., VT 05001 USA (800)366-9141 Fax:(802)291-6124 Contact: Dick Gordon, Sales Manager

RENTALS

sand. Our filter media meets or exceeds AWWA

ASHTEAD TECHNOLOGY RENTALS

specifications. Anthrafiiter will remove and install fil ter media at your plant. Ouaiity, efficiency and cus

3505 Laird Road, #18, Mississauga, ON L5L 5Y7

Miiiu«B«-ii_rjT

(800)242-3910 Fax:(905)607-8592

tomer satisfaction.

E-maii: rentaiscanada@ashtead-technoiogy.com Web site: www.ashtead-technoiogy.com

BIRD MACHINE COMPANY g pgnns Trail, New Town, PA 18940 USA

AQUA PURE VENTURES INC.

Contact: Peter Ayache, Operations Manager Ashtead Technology Rentals specializes in renting portable instruments for environmental and industrial hygiene applications, including PiDs, FiDs, gas detectors, GEM and ambient air monitors, noise

(267)756-7016 Fax- (267)756-7017 Contact: Charles Ehne, Manager Humboidt Product E-mail: charies.ehne@bakerhughes.com Bird/Humboidt centripress for maximum high solids dewatering and thickening of biosoiids.

101, 16 Commercial Dr., Calgary, AB T3Z 2A7 (705)495-5379 Fax:(403)301-4126 Contact: Cameron B. Gray, Vice President - Business Development

dosimeters, dust and aerosol monitors, water quality AQUA TECHNICAL SALES INC.

124 MacNab Street S., #200, Hamilton, ON L8P 3C3 (905)528-3807 Fax:(905)528-3428 Contact: Brian Gage, President

instruments. Ashtead also rents equipment for nondestructive testing, including video scopes/ probes, hardness and thickness meters, many others. Ail instruments meticulously maintained, most ship overnight anywhere in Canada. Bilingual staff.

PUMPS,A DIVISION OF BJM CORP. .,23 spencer Plains Rd., P.O. Box 1138, Did saybrook CT 06475 USA (860)399-5937 Fax:(860)399-7784 Contact: Mike Bjorkman, Marketing Manager

Complete library of product specifications available

on-line at the company's web site.

BLASTAL

ATCO NOISE MANAGEMENT LTD. AOUABLAST CORP.

77 Orchard Road, Ajax, ON L1S 6K9 (905)619-3009 Fax:(905)619-3638 68

1243 McKnight Blvd. N.E., Calgary, AB T2E5T1 (403)292-7804 Fax: (403)292-7816 Contact: Denise LeCiaire, Manager, Sales & Mktg.

BLASTAL COATINGS SERVICES INC. 353 Clarence Street, Brampton, ON L6W 1T6 (905)459-2001 Fax:(905)459-9320

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03 is the exclusive Canadian licensee for the Water

CANADIAN PIPE SUPPLY LTD.

loo Barrier®, the exclusive Canadian Representative

Contact: Ernie De Angelis, Sales Sandblasting services and applicators of shop ap plied high performance coatings such as potable water and food grade approved epoxy coatings and linings since 1992. We specialize in tank linings,

for iSOO^", and for MECX's patented in situ chemi cal oxidation, CieanOX®.

65 Enterprise Rd., Rexdaie, ON M9W 104 (416)244-6476 Fax:(416)241-2022 Contact: Ewen Boyd, Manager

tural steel, handrail and more...We also giassbead

C&M Environmental TBChnolGgies inc.

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

stainless steel surfaces. For additional information visit

C&M ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

CANADIAN SAFETY EQUIPMENT INC.

pumps, pipe, pipe spools, fittings, weidments, struc

our website.

131 Whitmore Rd., #13, Woodbridge, ON L4L 6E4 (905)850-3904 Fax:(905)850-3981

BLUE-ZONE TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

14-84 Citation Dr., Concord, ON L4K 3C1

(905)761-1224 Fax:(905)761-3371 Contact: Dusanka Fiiipovic, President B.N.W. VALVE MANUFACTURING LIMITED

524 6" Concession Rd. W, P.O. Box 47, Miligrove, ON LOR 1V0 (905)689-4713 Fax:(905)689-7402 Contact: Flarry Rodzoniak, President

Contact: Rob Anderson, Sales Engineer Suppliers of equipment for screening, grit removal, conveying, clarification, aeration, digestion, dewatering,flow measurement and control. Replace ment diffuser membranes. Systems include package water/wastewater treatment plants, and stormwater treatment. Canadian distributor/service/rentai center

for Marsh-McBirney flow meters. Complete flow study BONFIGLIOLI CANADA INC.

HzAU

E-maii: info@cmeti.com Web site: www.cmeti.com

services including confined space entry.

2-7941 Jane St., Concord, ON L4K 4L6

(905) 738-4466 Fax:(905) 738-9833

INSTRUMENTS LTD.

CAN-AM INSTRUMENTS LTD.

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

Contact: Mark Reeves, President Can-Am provides sales, rental and service on envi ronmental monitoring equipment, samplers, flowmeters, oil/water monitors, separators, TOO, BOD, COD monitors, and gas detection.

Contact: Allan Conant, President CANATECH ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS INC.

RR 8 LCD Distribution, Barrie, ON L4M 6E7

Cn BRENTWOOD =a-l INDUSTRIES BRENTWOOD INDUSTRIES

P.O. Box 605, Reading, PA 19603 USA (610)236-1100 Fax:(610)736-1280 Web site: www.brentwoodprocess.com 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 treat

ment systems utilizing submerged fixed film technolo gies.

CAES - CAREER ADVANCEMENT EMPLOYMENT SERVICES INC.

#200-522 Burlington Ave., Burlington, ON L7S 1R8 (905)681-8240 Fax:(905)639-4601 E-mali: info@careeradvancement.on.ca Web site: www.careeradvancement.on.ca

Contact: Jim Gilchrist, B.E.S., President

Third party executive search, recruitment and place ment professionals who focus on providing the envi ronmental, manufacturing and consulting industries with high quality permanent and contract employees. We specialize in candidates with experience in man agement, engineering, technical services, finance, quality assurance, marketing, sales, computer and administration.

BRISTOL BABCOCK CANADA

CALGON CARBON CANADA INC.

234 Attweii Drive, Toronto, ON MOW 5B3

P.O. Box 788, Boiton, ON L7E 5T5

(416)675-3820 Fax:(416)674-5129 Contact: Tom Langstaff, Area Sales Manager

(905)857-9915 Fax:(905)857-9984 Contact: Lynden Masien, Sales Manager

L-IMITED

CANCOPPAS LIMITED

2595 Dunwin Drive, #2, Mississauga, ON L5L3N9 (905)569-6246 Fax:(905)569-6244 E-maii: controls@cancoppas.com Web site: www.cancoppas.com Contact: Jake Alaica, President

Marketing, sales and service of process measurement control and environmental instrumentation through out Canada. Environmental products: dissolved oxy gen, total suspended solids, interface level monitor ing, pH monitoring and control, residual chlorine, wastewater samplers, sludge samplers, gas sampling pumps, gas detection, clamp-on fiowmeters and magnetic fiowmeters. CAPITAL CONTROLS COMPANY INC.

3000 Advance Lane, PC Box 211, Coimar, PA 18915 CAMPBELL SCIENTIFIC CANADA CORP.

USA (215)997-4000

11564-149 St., Edmonton, AB T5M 1W7 Management Systems

(780)454-2505 Fax:(780)454-2655 Contact: Carl deLeeuw, Marketing Manager

(514)637-4631 Fax:(514)637-8804

BSI MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS CANADA

CANADA UNLIMITED INC.

17 Four Seasons Place, Suite 102, Toronto, ON

Munich Trade Fairs Canada

M9B6E6 (416)620-9991 Fax:(416)620-9911 E-maii: inquiry@bsiamericas.com

1243 Islington Avenue, Suite 607, Etobicoke, ON M8X1Y9 (416)237-9939 Fax:(416)237-9920 Contact: Brigitte Mertens, Managing Director

Web site: www.bsiamericas.com

BSi is the world's leading quality management sys tems registrar and has issued more than 40,000 reg istrations in over 90 countries. More than 112'Global

500' companies have chosen BSi as their preferred ISO 9000, ISO 14001, QS 9000,TS 16949, OHSAS-

C3 Environmental Limited Envltonmenloi Conlractori ond Engin«en

CASCADIA INSTRUMENTATION INC.

#904-22588 Royal Cres., Maple Ridge, BC V2X3T6 (604)466-9807 Fax: (604)466-9847 Contact: Brian Higgs, Manager CEILCOTE CORROSION CONTROL

15259 Argyll Rd., Georgetown, ON L7G 5N8 CENTURY GROUP INC.

CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL

2840 - 2"" Avenue S.E., Calgary, AB T2A 7X9 (403) 248-9226 Fax:(403) 273-3708

Contact: E.W. Robins, President

CANADAWIDE SCIENTIFIC LTD.

2300 WaikieyRd., Ottawa, ON K1G6B1 (800)267-2362 Fax:(613)736-8133 Contact: Wayne Bird, President

18001 and TL 9000 Registrar. BW TECHNOLOGIES

CARTIER CHEMICALS LTD.

445 - 21'^' Avenue, Lachine, QC H8S 3T8

HEALTH & SAFETY (CCOHS) 250 Main Street East, Hamilton, ON L8N 1H6

P.O. Box 228, Sulphur, L7\ 70664-0228 USA (337)527-5266 Fax:(337)527-8028 Contact: Rusty Vincent, Secretary/Treasurer

(800)668-4284,(905)570-8094 Fax:(905)572-2206 Contact: Eleanor irwin. Mgr., Mktg., Sales & Comm.

□HEMLINE

Plastics Limited

CANADIAN DRIVES INC. 20-160 Cidermili Ave., #20, Concord, ON L4K 4K5

(905)660-2766 Fax:(905)660-0901

CHEMLINE PLASTICS LIMITED

E-maii: saies@canadiandrives.com Web site: www.canadiandrives.oom

55 Guardsman Road, Thornhiii, ON L3T 6L2

C3 ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

350 Woolwich St. S., Bresiau, ON NOB 1 MO

Contact: Paul Fenton, President

(519)648-3611 Fax:(519)648-3505 E-maii: robbie.iaird@c3group.com Web site: www.c3group.com/c3environmental/

Specializing in variable speed drive systems and con trols, AC variable frequency, eddy current and DC drives, CSA approved panel shop, AC and DC mo tors, gear reducers.

E-maii: info@chemiine.com Web site: www.chemiine.com

index.shtmi

Contact: Robbie Laird, Business Development 03 Environmental Limited, through a combination of active research, thorough engineering controls and years of solid construction experience brings a unique ability to apply innovative remediation technologies.

CANADIAN ENVIRO-COURSES LTD.

P.O. Box 67, Bracebridge, ON P1L 1T5 (705)645-9570 Fax:(705)645-9570 Contact: Dave Durant, P. Eng.

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(905)889-7890 Fax: (905)889-8553 Chemiine stocks manual and actuated valves, strain ers, flow meters and controls ail made of corrosion

resistant solid thermoplastics; PR and PVDF pipe, fit tings, and fusion equipment; Teflon tubing, fittings and valves. Flow meters are variable area and paddle wheel type including instruments. Application areas include waste and water treatment plants, landfills, etc.

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COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CANADA INC.

1500 W. Shore Dr., Arlington Heights, IL 60004 USA {800)527-9948 Fax:(847)577-5571 Contact: Tracy Price, Sales & Mktg. Administrator

6400 Northwest Dr., Mississauga, ON L4V 1K1 (905)678-3707

CHEMETRICS, INC.

3455 Landmark Rd., Burlington, ON L7M 1T4 (905)335-3333 Fax:(905)335-0304 Contact: Ed Logie

DAGEX INC.

COMSTOCK CANADA LTD.

4295 Catlett Rd., Caiverton, VA 20138 USA

(540)788-9026 Fax:(540)788-4856 Contact: Sarah A, Sheehan, Mkt. Comm. Spec. CHEMTRAC SYSTEMS INC.

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6991 Peachtree industrial Blvd., Building 600, Norcross, GA 30092 USA

(770)449-6233

Incorpofoled CHLCRINATORS INCORPORATED

1044 S.E. Dixie Cutoff Road, Stuart, FL 34994-3436

USA (772)288-4854 Fax:(772)287-3238 E-mali: chiorinc@aoi.com

Web site: vvww.regaichiorinators.com Contact: Ron Grage, Special Projects Director Manufacturers of Regal™ gas ohiorinators, suiphonators, ammoniators, vacuum monitors, gas detectors, dual cylinder scales and the Smartvalve''" for flow pacing chlorine or sulphur dioxide for the water and wastewater disinfection industry. For over 27 years, Chlorlnators incorporated has been the established quality leader with the all vacuum direct cylinder mounted system. CHL TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

2 Portside Dr., Hannon, ON LOR IPO

CON CAST PIPE

299 Brock Road S., R.R.#3, Guelph, ON N1H 6H9 (800)668-PiPE,(519)763-8655 Fax:(519)763-1956 E-maii: sales@concastpipe.com Web site: www.concastpipe.com Contact: Derek Guberney, Sales Manager 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, with two manufac turing facilities and five distribution centers across Ontario, delivering innovation with fast service and competitive prices. Visit our website for information on our ecoTechnic environmental spill protection prod ucts - ecoSep and ecoStop.

11 Reid Street, Box 2043, Charlo, NB E8E 2W8 (506)684-5821 Fax:(506)684-1915 Contact: Noelia Russell, Secretary

CLAMEX ENVIRONNEMENT INC.

CP 44 Succ Bureau-Chef, Pintendre,QC G6C 1R8

Contact: Allan Lanzador, Marketing Manager CONTROL MICROSYSTEMS

28 Steacie Drive, Kanata, ON K2K 2A9

(905)563-4963 Fax:(905)563-4040

(613)591-1943 Fax:(613)591-1022 Contact: Steve Poiley, VP., Sales & Marketing

E-maii: info@daviscontrols.com Web site: www.daviscontrols.com

Contact: Larry Stavnitzky, Product Manager Since 1933, Davis Controls continues to hold a lead

meters, programmable controllers, operator interfaces and frequency drives. Environmental controls for every phase of water supply and wastewater treatment from abstraction to purification.

Division of Met-Pro Corporation 6040 Guion Rd., P.O. Box 68172, Indianapolis, IN 46268-0172 USA

(317)293-2930 Fax:(317)297-7028

DECTRON,INC. 3999 Cote-Vertu, Montreal, QC H4R 1R2 (514)336-3330 Fax:(514)337-3336

Contact: Tony DeSantis, Regional Sales Manager CONTROLOTRON CORPORATION

155 Plant Avenue, Hauppauge, NY 11788 USA (631)231-3600 Fax: (631)231-3334

Contact: Stan George, Marketing Manager

CLEAN HARBORS CANADA,INC. 4090Telfer Rd., R.R. #1, Corunna, ON NON 1G0

(905)829-2000 Fax: (905)829-2630

Contact: Kevin Bittle, Manager, Creative Svcs.

CLA-VAL CANADA LTD.

4867 Christie Drive, Beamsviiie, ON LOR 1B4

(519)864-1021 Fax:(519)864-1437 Oontact: Frank Hiokling, Director-Lambton Operations

DAVIS CONTROLS LTD.

2200 Bristol Circle, Oakvilie, ON L6H 5R3

DEAN PUMP

CON-SPACE COMMUNICATIONS LTD.

505-5600 Parkwood Way, Richmond, BC V6V 2M2 (800)546-3405 Fax:(800)546-3410

Contact: Karoi Commesso, Office Manager

Davis Controls

level, flow, pressure, temperature, dissolved oxygen

CLAESSEN PUMPS LIMITED

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

HUBER; Filter Presses by NETZSCH; Solids Control by DERRICK, Decanter Centrifuges; Toveko SandFiiter™, FiBAX Filter by ORGANO; Spin Clean® Filters by API; Backwashabie MicroFilter^" by ESCO.

ing position in the instruments and controls markets; CONSOLIDATED GIROUX ENVIRONMENT INC.

2249 Bowman St., innisfil, ON LOS 3V5

Contact: Fred Norton, General Manager

900 Mckay Rd., #3, Pickering, ON L1W 3X8 (905)427-2666 Fax: (905)427-6366 E-maii: info@dagex.ca Web site: www.dagex.ca Contact: Monique D. Bates, Director Distributor of fine screening/fiitration/ciassificatlon equipment. Servicing municipal, industrial and food seotors. Trade names represented: Step Screen^",

Rotomat®, Coanda Grit Washing, Screw Press by

CON CAST PIPE

chloflnators

[>i;dagex inc.

DEMESA,INC. 15-6400 Miiicreek Dr., Suite 362, Mississauga, ON L5N3E7 (905)286-9749 Fax: (905)819-7909 Contact: Tony Barreca, Director of Operations

CONVAULT, INC. 4109 E. Zeering Road, Denair, CA 95316 USA (209)632-7571 Fax:(209)632-4711 Contact: David P. Harris, VP, Marketing

Denso

CORM CONSTRUCTION SEWER & DENSO NORTH AMERICA INC.

WATERMAIN LTD.

165 Artesian Industrial Parkway, P.O. Box 1090,

ClearTech CLEARTECH INDUSTRIES INC.

7480 Bath Road, Mississauga, ON L4T 1L2 (800)600-3855,(905)612-0566 Fax:(905)612-0575 Your "One Stop Shop" for water treatment chemi cals, chemical handling equipment, plus laboratory

and process instrumentation. With facilities in all major centers from Vancouver to Toronto, and industry part ners such as Hach, Onedo Naico, Bayer, FMC, Floran, Chlorlnators Inc., and Spencer Turbine, ClearTech is equipped to respond to the water professionals' needs.

Bradford, ON L3Z 2B5

90 ironside Crescent, #12, Toronto, ON MIX 1M3

(416)291-3435 Fax:(416)291-0898 E-maii: sales@densona.com Web site: www.densona.com

(905)775-2761 Fax:(905)775-9459 Contact: Stephen Mitchell, President COVER-ALL BUILDING SYSTEMS INC.

3815 Wanuskewin Rd., Saskatoon, SK S7P 1A4 (800)268-3768 Fax:(306)664-7979 Contact: Drew Elder, Marketing Manager

Contact: Biair Siessor, Regional Sales Manager Denso - the global leader in corrosion prevention for over 117 years. Denso offers the highest quality, most economical, long-term corrosion protection for aii above and below ground metal surfaces. The Dense petrolatum tape system consists of Denso paste as an initial corrosion inhibitor, Denso mastic fillers to

CRESTECH

200 University Avenue W., Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1 (519)888-4423 Fax:(519)888-4330

Contact: Leanne Gelsthorpe, Network Manager CLEARWATER ENVIRO TECHNOLOGIES

eliminate localized corrosion ceils, 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, environmentaiiy responsible and maintenance

1166 Kapp Dr., Clearwater, FL 33765 USA (800)756-7946 Fax:(727)562-5187 Contact: Rodney Janeiie, VP. of Sales & Marketing

CRETEX SPECIALTY PRODUCTS

free. For superior quality and proven corrosion pre

2002 S. West Avenue, Waukesha, Wl 53189 USA (262)542-8153

vention systems that work, the answer is Dense!

CLEMMER TECHNOLOGIES INC.

CST INDUSTRIES,INC.

590 Duke Rd., Buffalo, NY 14225 USA

P.O. Box 130, STN. Waterloo, Waterloo, ON N2J4A1 (519)884-4320 Fax:(519)884-6623 Contact: Doug Scheifley, Marketing

5400 Kansas Avenue, P.O. Box 2907, Kansas City,

CLOW CANADA

PO BOX 2849 STN LCD 1, Hamilton, ON L8N 3R5

DERRICK CORPORATION

70

KS 66110 USA Contact: John Garnett

DEVCON

CULTEC INC.

878 Federal Rd., PO Box 280, Brookfield, CT 06804

30 Endlcott St., Danvers, MA 01923 USA (800)343-7026 Fax: (978)774-0516 Contact: David Bongiorni, Market Development Man

USA

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EARTH CANADA CORPORATION

ELSTER METERING

5601 Paris Rd., Columbia, MO 65202 USA

1210 Rue Saint-Antoine E., Montreal, QC H2L2R1

(573)474-9456 Fax:(573)474-6988 Contact: Mike Korman, Program Manager

ECHELON RESPONSE STRAINING INC.

A Division of Canadian Metering Co. Inc. 3450 Harvester Rd., Burlington, ON L7N 3W5 (905)634-4895 Fax:(905)634-6705 Contact: Gord Moffatt, Product Manager - Water Metering

1-16 Harlowe Rd., Rear, Hamilton, ON L8W 3R6 DIRECTRIK INC.

6790 Davand Dr., #16, Mississauga, ON L5T 2G5 (905)565-9606 Fax:(905)565-1358 Contact: Sam Directo, President

ECKEL INDUSTRIES OF CANADA LTD.

15 Allison Ave., Morrisburg, ON KOC 1X0 (613)543-2967 Fax:(613)543-4173 Contact: Bruce Allan, Sales/Advertising

The Power of Know How

155 University Ave., #702, Toronto, ON M5H 3B7 (416)363-3690 Fax:(416)363-4517 Contact: Beverley Dunham, Marketing Coordinator DTE INDUSTRIES LIMITED

69 Comstock Road, Scarborough, ON MIL 2G9 (416)757-6278 Fax:(416)757-5579 Contact: Stewart Lindsay, Sales Manager

4475 Corporate Dr., Burlington, ON L7L 5T9 (905)332-1404

1440 Grahams Lane, #1, Burlington, ON L7S 1W3 (800)668-3199 Fax:(905)681-9444

ECOFLO ONTARIO

Web site: www.caendress.com

27-2450 Lancaster Rd., Ottawa, ON K1B 5N3

Contact: Jean Rivers, Mgr., Marketing Services

E-mail: info@ca.endress.com

Established in 1953, E-rH is a worldwide manufac

ecofluid USBF ECOFLUID USBF

101-366 E. Kent Ave. S., Vancouver, BC V5X 4N6

(604)662-4544 Fax:(604)662-4564 Contact: Brian Pearce, Business Development Mgr.

Ecofluid specializes in engineering advanced biologi cal wastewater treatment systems using their pat ented Upflow Sludge Blanket Filtration (USBF) proc ess for treating high strength organic wastewater from municipal, commercial, industrial, and agricultural sources. USBF produces high quality effluent suitable for re-use or conventional disposal that meets and exceeds the most stringent environmental standards.

WIDE

Division of Met-Pro Corporation

59 Penn Dr., Toronto, ON M9L 2A6

1550 Industrial Drive, Owosso, Mi 48867 USA EGO SYSTEMS

P.O. Box 670, 16 Queen St., Bridgetown, NS BOS ICQ (902)665-4200 Fax:(902)665-4300 Contact: Henry Bent, President

Division of Racine Federated inc.

2200 South Street, Racine, Wl 53404 USA

(800)535-3569,(262)639-6770 Fax:(262)639-2267 E-mail: dynasonics_sales@raclnefed.com Web site: www.dynasonics.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, Dynasonics flow meters are designed to withstand the harshest envi ronments, yet they are easy to install and operate. Flow solutions for ciean or dirty liquids, pipe diam

5195 Harvester Road, #6, Burlington, ON L7L 6E9 (905)634-7022 Fax:(905)634-0831 Contact: Lucy Casacia, President EFD SOLUTIONS INC.

4!]EAGLEBR00IC (800)465-6171 Fax:(450)652-7343 E-mail: mmoreau@eaglebrook.com Web site: www.eaglebrook.com Contact: Manuel Moreau, Canadian Sales Manager

345 Harvestore Drive, DeKalb, iL 60115 USA

(815)756-1551 Fax:(815)756-1659 E-maii: sales@engstorage.com Web site: www.aquastore.com Engineered Storage Products Company precision engineers and fabricates the Aquastore® glass-fusedto-steel storage tank in its IS09001 quality certified faciiity. Our glass coatings are specifically designed for improved resistance and enhanced durability - thus lasting longer and costing less than other forms of storage - and you can prove it by sending for our free "LIFE CYCLE COST ANALYSIS PROGRAM" 345

(815)756-1551. ENMET CORPORATION

P.O. Box 979, Ann Arbor, Ml 48106 USA

(734)761-1270 Fax:(734)761-3220 Contact: Ray Kelley, Sales Manager

Contact: Dave Clark, President EIMGO PROCESS EQUIPMENT COMPANY

5155 Creekbank Rd., Mississauga, ON L4W 1X2 (905)625-6821 Fax:(905)625-3519 Contact: Andre Osborne, Municipal Sales Manager

elemental controls LIMITED 3230 Wharton Way, Mississauga, ON L4X 201 (905)282-9974 Fax:(905)282-9519 E-maii: emurphy@eiementalcontrols.com Web site: www.eiementaicontrois.com

offices in Canada and the United States.

EAGLEBROOK,INC.

ELMRIDGE ENGINEERING INC.

wastewater treatment. Evaluation of process and sur face waters for the removal of turbidity, colour, lignin, and humics. Products reduce arsenic, selenium, cop per, and mercury in effluent. Eaglebrook is your sin gle source in coagulation and chemistry with regional

ENGINEERED STORAGE PRODUCTS COMPANY

201 Old Orchard, R.R. #1, Bath, ON KOH 1G0

Contact: Ed Murphy, Technicai Sales Sales, service, leasing and rentais on the NITON Field Portable XRF (FPXRF) anaiyzers for the detection of heavy metals in soils, 'ust wipes, air filters and Pb in Paint Anaiysis. Eleme. .s such as As, Pb, Ni, Cu and Zn and others can now be analyzed in the field with lab accuracy in just minutes.

Iron and aluminum-based chemicals for water and

ENGINEERED STORAGE PRODUCTS COMPANY

(613)352-5115 Fax:(613)352-5978

eters from 0.25" to 100.0".

EAGLEBROOK,INC. OF CANADA 3405 Marie Victorin Boulevard, Varennes, QC J3X1P7

tection.

Harvestore Drive, DeKalb, IL 60115-9607 USA EGO WASTE SOLUTIONS INC.

DYNASONICS

and process industries, including flow, level, pressure, analysis, temperature and recorders. Our analysis line includes chlorine, pH,turbidity and dissolved oxy gen measurement systems as well as ammonia ni trate and phosphate anaiyzers and sludge level de

Contact: Kendall Smith, Director - M & I Sales

DUALL DIVISION

^DYNASONKS

turer of instrumentation for the water and wastewater

E-mail: info@ecofluid.com

ECOLO ODOR CONTROL SYSTEMS WORLD

(989)725-8184 Fax:(989)725-8188 Contact: Kevin Bittle, Manager, Creative Svcs.

inv

ENDRESS -I- HAUSER

Web site: www.ecofluid.com DPIC COMPANIES

a

ECODYNE LIMITED

DIVERSE PLASTIC TANKS INC.

14-3105 Unity Drive, Mississauga, ON L5L 4L2 (905)607-5189 Fax:(905)607-9835 Contact: Dave Davidson, Manager Diverse Plastic Tanks offer a full range of product de signs, including closed or top vertical tanks in flat or cone bottom styles, fiorlzontal tanks, containment tanks and a complete line of "UN" approved inter mediate bulk containers (IBCs), Tfiey distribute tfie Snyder Industries line of tanks wtiicti have many ad vantages for bulk storage, processing and transpor tation tanks. With the widest selection of sizes up to 16,500 gallons.

4

Endress+Mauser

ENV TREATMENT SYSTEMS INC.

70 High Street, Etobicoke, ON M8Y 3N9 (416)503-7639 Fax:(416)503-8925 E-maii: envinc@interlog.com Contact: Edward M. Pikovnik, REng., Sales Manager Aeration equipment; sludge dewatering presses; con tinuous backwash sandfilters; SBR's; traveling water screens; plunger pumps; CDS stormwater and CSO control; centrifuges; ciarifiers; biofilters; archimedes pumps; ozonation systems; membrane water piants; grit removai; digester covers; microstrainers; potable water underdrains and sandfilters; GAC odour con

trol; package plants; membrane package plants; flumes and troughs; UV disinfection; bar screens, compactors, conveyors, and screenings leveling bins. ENVIROCAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT

EQUIPMENT CO. LTD.

26 Mccauley Dr., RR2, Bolton, ON L7E 5R8 (905)880-2418

4801 Southwick Dr., Suite 200, Matteson, IL 60443

3625 Weston Road, #15, Weston, ON M9L 1V9

USA (800)428-3311 Fax:(708)747-3278 Contact: Steven Jenny, Marketing Manager

(416)749-7730 Fax:(416)749-2550 Contact: Strachan Bowen, Sales Manager

21707 Monahan Crt., Langley BC V3A 8N1

EAGLE-PICHER/ESAT

EMERGENCY FILM GROUP

ENVIRONETICS, INC.

36 B.J. Tunneli Blvd. E., Miami, OK 74354 USA

P.O. Box 1928, Edgartown, MA 02539 USA (800)842-0999 Fax:(508)627-8863 Contact: Tracy Elliott, Marketing Asst.

(815)838-8331 Fax;(815)838-8336

(800)331-7425 Fax:(918)540-1659 Contact: Rob Greer, Director/Sales & Marketing

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ENVIRO-KLEAN TECHNOLOGIES INC.

1201 Commerce St., Lockport, IL 60441 USA Contact; Richard Winters, Marketing Manager 71


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FIELDING CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

GARY STEACY DISMANTLING LTD.

286 Mask Island Drive, Barry's Bay, ON KOJ 1 BO (613)756-0101 Fax:(613)756-0909 Contact: Nigel Newing, Manager

839 Central Parkway W., MIsslssauga, ON L5C 2V9 (905)279-5122 Fax:(905)279-4130

PC Box 188, Colborne, ON KOK ISO

Contact: Karen Kucharew, Technical Services

GATOR INTERNATIONAL

■ 113-437 Martin Street, #212, Pentlcton, BC V2A 5L1 FILTER INNOVATIONS INC.

4

(250)493-3635 Fax:(250)493-9347 Contact: W.N.(Bud) Cary, C.E.O.

744 Gordon Baker Road,

ENVIRONMENTAL

CLEANING SYSTEMS INC.

Toronto, ON M2H 3B4

Environmenlally Safe Cleaning Systems

(416)490-7848 Fax:(416)490-0974 E-mail: lnquirles@fliterinnovations.com

ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANING SYSTEMS INC.

41 Shaft Rd., Rexdale, ON M9W 4M3

(416)244-6497 Fax:(416)244-3270 E-mall: latimat@lca.net Web site: www.latlmat.com

Contact: Doug Latimer, President Simple to use and easy to maintain, Latimaf^ allows users to wash planes, trains, automobiles, trucks, trailer fleets, buildings, and machinery while contain ing potentially hazardous materials.

Web site: www.filterlnnovations.com

^3^ Contact: John Dragasevich, President Filter Innovations Inc. offers simple, in novative and proven solutions in the treatment of proc ess water, wastewater and groundwater. Our prod uct line Includes activated carbon, self-cleaning backflushable filters, self indexing filters, bag filters, coalescers for oily water separation, and NANO, RO membrane filtration. We custom build turn-key wa ter treatment systems based on your requirements,

GDT WATER PROCESS CORPORATION

20805 N. 19th Avenue, #1, Phoenix, AZ 85027 USA

(623)587-8858 Fax:(623)587-1511 Contact: Jim Jackson, Regional Manager GEMTECK ENVIRONMENTAL SOFTWARE LTD.

400-1285 West Render St., Vancouver, BC V6E4B1

(604)408-7304 Fax:(604)684-3541 Contact: Howard Adam, VP, Sales & Marketing

[o-j GENEQ inc.

ENVIRONMENTAL DEVICES CORPORATION

88 Essex St., Haverhlll, MA 01832 USA

FIRING INDUSTRIES LTD.

(978)521-1514 Fax:(978)521-1628 Contact: Melissa Greaves, Promotional Manager

509 Glendale Ave. E., #301, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON LOS 1J0 (905)688-0962 Fax:(905)688-6643 Contact: Dl Feasby, Applications Specialist

ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMICS, INC. 5601 Paris Rd., Columbia, MO 65202 USA

FLEX-KLEEN

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

955 Hawthorn Drive, Itasca, IL 60143, USA

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

(630)775-0707 Fax:(630)875-3212 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Manager, Creative Svcs,

Division of Met-Pro Corporation

SOLUTIONS(EMS)INC. 4278 Greenbank Rd,, Ottawa, ON K2C 3FI2

(613)692-7808 Fax:(613)692-7812 E-mall: lnfo@emsolutlons,com Web site: www.emsolutlons.com

FLO TREND SYSTEMS

707 Lehman St., Houston, TX 77018 USA

(713)699-0152 Fax:(713)699-8054 Contact: Gary Skinner, Application Engineer

GESCAN

7345A East Danbro Ores., Mississauga, ON L5N 6P8 (905)858-2611 Fax: (905)858-5004 Contact: Ivan Romanow, Automation Manager

Contact: Bob Brunet, Director Marketing and Business Development ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION EQUIPMENT

8529 Rue Lafrenale, Saint-Leonard, 00 HIP 2B3 ENVIROZONE

TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 1371 Oakland Blvd., #303, Walnut ENVfROZONE 'i

TECHNOLOGIES.

FLUIDYME FLUIDYNE CORPORATION

INC.

Creek, CA 94596 USA (925)9456088 Fax:(925)945-6089 Web site: www.o3t.com

Contact: RafI M. Salem, President & OFO

Envirozone Technologies, Inc.(EOT)provides patented and California EPA certified Advanced Oxidation Proc

ess for the disinfection and treatment of water and

wastewater. The packaged systems incorporate ozone production. Injection, mixing, retention and UV. Pre and/or post treatment filtration and reverse os mosis can be added. Visit us at www.o3t.com

GENEO INC.

8047 Jarry Street E., Montreal,00 HI J 1H6 (514)354-2511 Fax: (514)354-6948 E-mall: 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.

2816 West First Street, Cedar Falls, lA 50613 USA

(319)266-9967 Fax:(319)277-6034 E-mall: fluidyne@cfu.net Web site: www.fluldynecorp.com Contact: Eric Mandt, VP. Sales & Marketing Fluldyne's ISAM™ (Integrated Surge-Anoxlo Mix) wastewater treatment system produces the highest quality water, meeting the strictest effluent standards while minimizing sludge production (65% less than conventional plants). See what Canadian municipali ties and Industries, Including Chapman's Ice Cream, Bacardi, McCain's Food and Suncor have already dis covered. FLUOROSENSE INC.

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

^Glgy/OORR-OLIVER GL&V/DORR-OLIVER

174 West Street South, Orlllla, ON L3V 6L4

(705)325-6181 Fax:(705)325-2347 E-mail: ken.smlth@glv.oom Web site: www.glv.com Contacts: Ken Smith, Manager, Env. & Thermal Div, Brian Burrell, Sales Rep., Environmental Div. Innovators of wafer and wastewater machinery world wide since 1920. Launder/weir cleaners, bar screens,

degritting systems (hydrocyclones, defrltors, screw and rake classifiers), clarifiers (primary, secondary, RSR, pretreafors, reactor, clariflocculator, travelling bridges), sludge thickeners, sludge thickening pumps, digester domes (fixed, floating), digester mixers, sludge Incinerators, field services and 24/7 parts hotline.

EPCOR WATER SERVICES INC.

FL20-10065 Jasper Ave. NW,Edmonton, AB T5J 3B1 (780)412-3116 Fax:(780)412-3013

PUMPS

EXCELTEC INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION

GORMAN-RUPP OF CANADA LIMITED Envlroninenlal Group Inc.

1110 Industrial Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77478 USA

70 Burwell Road, St. Thomas, ON N5P 3R7 FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP INC.

(519)631-2870 Fax:(519)631-4624

5360 South Service Road, Burlington, ON L7L 5L1 (905)690-7638 Fax:(905)690-7639

Contact: Lionel Roux

FABGROUPS TECHNOLOGIES INC.

1100 Saint Amour, Saint Laurent, QC H4S 1J2

Contact: Robert Freeman, President

(514)331-3712 Fax:(514)331-5656 Contact: Ted Mulhern, Director, Marketing

Focus Environmental Group Inc. provides clientele with professional, full service Environmental Contract ing Services to suit site-specific project needs. Includ ing: Waste management (soil, C&D, liquid); tank re moval and disposal, TSSA Ontario licenced, TSSA PM1,PM2,PM3certified personnel; soll/groundwater remediation expertise; site/plant-faclllty decom missioning; environmental restoration,

(877)SANILEC

FABRICATED PLASTICS LIMITED

2175 Teston Road, Maple, ON L6A 1T3 (905)832-8161 Fax:(905)832-2111 Contact: Greg Landry, Vice President, Sales F.B. LEOPOLD COMPANY, INC.

227 South Division Street, Zellenople, PA 16063 USA (724)452-6300 Fax:(724)452-1377 Contact: Carol Sosak, Marketing Coordinator

FORD HALL COMPANY INC.

PO Box 54312, Lexington, KY 40555 USA

Manufacturers of quality pumping systems since 1933. Our self-prlming centrifugal T Series pumps were Introduced nearly 35 years ago to meet the de mand for a self-prlming, solids handling sewage pump. Today, Gorman-Rupp is the undisputed leader in self-prlming centrifugals. We manufacture a com plete line of above and below ground packaged 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. Gorman-Rupp of Canada Lim ited, has been in Canada since 1960.

FYBROC, F.E. MYERS

269 Trillium Drive, Kitchener, ON N2G 4W5

(519)748-5470 Fax:(519)748-2553 Oontact: Ian MacKinnon

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Division of Met-Pro Corporation 700 Emien Way, Telford, PA 18969 USA (215)723-8155 Fax:(215)723-2197 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Manager, Creative Svcs,

GOWLING, LAFLEUR & HENDERSON LLP

#5800, Scotia Plaza, 40 King St. W., Toronto, ON M5H3Z7 (416)369-7200 Fax:(416)369-7250 Contact: Harry Dahme, Lawyer

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GREATARIO [NGi[iS10IAGESySlS

Web site: www.heroninstruments.com

mim

Contact: Donald Toon, Owner

EQUIPMENT INC.

able and cost effective water level and interface me

Heron instruments inc. manufactures accurate, reli

GREATARIO ENGINEERED STORAGE

H2FL0W EQUIPMENT INC.

SYSTEMS

470 North Rivermede Rd., #7, Concord, ON L4K3R8

P.O. Box 399, 715647 County Rd. #4, Innerkip, ON N0J1M0 (519)469-8169 Fax:(519)469-8157 E-mail: sales@greatarioengsys.com Web site: www.greatario.com Contact: Steve Gregory, Vice President Greatario provides compiete storage and mixing sys tems for potabie and wastewater applications. Aquastore tanks from Engineered Storage Products, Inc.; JetMIx Vortex Mixing Systems for botti new and existing biosoiids and digester tanks; Temcor fiat and geodesic aluminum covers for new and existing steel

(905)660-9775 Fax:(905)660-9744

or concrete tanks.

E-maii: h2fiow@idirect.com

Web Site: www.h2fiow.com

Contact: Michael Aibanese, REng. Water - wastewater treatment equipment for indus trial and municipal applications: iPEC screens, ATARA conveyors, degritters, FliTAGFIi ciarifiers, HiBON blow

ters. Heron is dedicated to providing the best in port able groundwater monitoring instrumentation to the environmental industry. Heron instruments offer you more features at less cost than any other units on the market, along with Heron's unbeatable warranty and customer service.

HETEK SOLUTIONS INC.

ers, FLUiDYNE SBR,aerators, KALDNES bioreactors,

RGEDIGER belt filter presses, thickeners, digesters. Tertiary treatment, TRGJAN UV disinfection. KiNETiCG water filters, LEGPGLD underdrains, mem branes, DAF. CGNSERVATEK covers, CSG,BiGREM

odour control, oil separators.

HETEK SOLUTIONS INC.

2085 Piper Lane, London, ON N5V 3S5 (519)659-1144 Fax:(519)453-2182 E-maii: doyieo@hetek.com Web site: www.hetek.com

GreenOaks Communications GREENOAKS COMMUNICATIONS

84 Oak Avenue, Rictimond Hill, ON L40 6R7

HACH COMPANY

(905)889-1987 Fax:(905)889-1987 E-mail: vw@greenoaks.ca Web site: www.greenoaks.ca Contact: Vic Wiiensky, President Speciaiists in promotion for ttie nonsuiting engineer ing industry for 20 years. Providing marketing strat egy, creative solutions and quaiity corporate commu nications in botti print and web media that draw at tention to your firm and make a difference to your bottom iine. Corporate image - Strategic Marketing Graphic Design.

P.O. Box 389, Loveiand, CO 80539 USA

GREEN TURTLE

TECHNOLOGIES LTD. PFiiX Division

12 Madison Ave., Toronto, ON M5R 281

(905)273-9161, Office:(877)966-9400 E-maii: pchappie@phix.ca Web site: www.phix.ca Contact: Paul Chappie, PFIIX Division Manager Green Turtle Technologies markets, manufactures and represents economical industrial process wastewater treatment equipment, specifically designed to com ply with today's regulations, while providing a quick payback on investment. We excel in food, metal, part, auto, hydro, commercial and institutional facilities, and

(970)669-3050 Fax:(970)669-2932 Contact: Michael Bryant, Canadian Sales & Market ing Manager, Canada HANNA INSTRUMENTS CANADA INC.

3156 industrial Blvd., Laval, QC H7L4P7

'"'Hanson HANSON PIPE & PRODUCTS CANADA,INC. R.R. #2, Cambridge ON N1R 5S3 1-888-888-3222,(519)622-7574 Fax: (519)621-8233 Contact: Brian Lee, Marketing Engineer E-maii: info@hansonpipe.ca Web site: www.hansonpipeandproducts.com & Hanson Stormceptor: www.hansonpipe.ca With Head Office in Cambridge, Ontario, Hanson of fers a large variety of concrete drainage products in cluding pipe,Jacking pipe, catch basins, maintenance

SYSTEMS INC

GREENWARE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS INC.

145 King Street East, #200, Toronto, ON M5C 2Y8 (416)363-5577 Fax:(416)367-2653 E-maii: greeninfo@greenware.com Web site: www.greenware.com Contact: Julie Forsbrey, Client Services Manager GreenWare's iSG 14000 software enables compa nies to assess, implement and audit an EMS based on the ISO 14001 standard. GreenWare's Perform

software allows monitoring, improvement and report ing on environmental performance, including green house gas emissions. GreenWare Auditor allows au ditors to perform audits, including EFi&S, regulatory and ISO 9000 audits.

GRIT INDUSTRIES INC.

HOBAS PIPE USA

1413 Richey Rd., Houston, TX 77073 USA (281)821-2200 Fax:(281)821-7715 Contact: Kim Paggioli, Marketing Manager

HOFFMAN Indiisirips of Cnnada l.iiniied

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HAROLD MARCUS LIMITED

GREENWARE

H. FONTAINE LTD.

1295 Sherbrooke St., Magog,00 J1X 2T2 (819)843-3068 Fax:(819)843-1006 Contact: Daniel Boisvert, Regional Sales Manager

holes, valve chambers, and box culverts. Hanson is

the exclusive manufacturer of the Stormceptor oil and sediment separator in the province of Ontario.

1044 Principale, St-Thomas,00 JOK 3L0 (450)756-1041 Fax:(450)756-8389 Contact: Caroline Forest, Marketing Coordinator

other industries.

Contact: Doyle Overland, Marketing Manager Hetek Solutions inc. has been helping Canadian utili ties, municipalities, and private industry save their valuable resources since 1933. Today Hetek has evolved into a diverse consulting firm with offices across Canada, and a record of successful projects around the world. Hetek carries an extensive product iine in the areas of water leakage detection, water and waste water flow and monitoring, gas detection, confined space entry, field wearable computers, in frastructure management software, as well as data acquisition. We also offer diverse engineering serv ices including industrial inspections, gas leakage con trol programs, water (fluid) leakage control programs, municipal iandfiii methane control programs, instru ment repair and maintenance, tracer gas type leak detection programs, training and education, as well as specialty engineering services.

15124 Longwoods Rd., Bothweii, ON (519)695-3734 Fax:(519)695-2249

NOP 1C0

Contact: John Scott HAUL-ALL EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS

"4115 18 Ave N., Lethbridge, AB T1H 5G1 (403)328-7719 Fax:(403)328-9956 Contact: Tracey Simons, Sales Coordinator HAYWARD GORDON LTD.

6660 Campobeilo Road, Mississauga, ON L5N 2L9 (905)567-6116 Fax:(905)567-1706 Contact: Graham Hicks, VP., Manufactured Products

58 Bertai Road, Toronto, ON MOM 4M4

(416)763-4681 Fax:(416)763-0440 Contact: Robert Mears, VP, General Manager Hotfman 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 centrifugals have been operating with utmost reliability and effi ciency in many diverse applications such as sewage aeration, combustion, drying, agitation, fiuidizing, oxi dation, vacuum cleaning, cooling and pneumatic con veying among others, for more than 90 years. HYATT INDUSTRIES LIMITED and HYATT TSC

REDUCERS INC.

1572 West Fourth Ave., Vancouver, BC V6J 1L7

(604)736-7301 Fax:(604)736-7305

Contact: Lindsay Lawrence, President HYDRO-LOGIC ENVIRONMENTAL

HAZMASTERS

1915 Clements Rd., Unit 2, Pickering, ON L1W3V1 (905)427-0220 Fax:(905)427-9901 Contact: Janice Seattle, Account Manager

1400-855 2 St SW, Calgary, AB T2P 4J7

762 Upper James St., #250, Hamilton, ON L9C 3A2 (905)777-9494 Fax:(905)777-8678 Contact: George Pastoric HYDRO INTERNATIONAL

94 Hutchins Dr., Portland, ME 04102 USA

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INSTRUMENTS ^

GRUNDFOS CANADA INC.

2941 Brighton Rd., Gakviiie, ON L6H 6C9 (905)829-9533 Fax:(905)829-9512

Groundwater Monitoring INC.

HERON INSTRUMENTS INC.

2031 James St., Burlington, ON L7R 1H2

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(207)756-6200 Fax:(207)756-6212 HYDROCAL INC.

22732 Granite Way, Suite A, Laguna Hills, CA 92653 USA (949)455-0765 Fax:(949)455-0764 Contact: Jorge Funez, Marketing Director 73


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers INDACHEM INC.

ITW DEVCON ENGINEERED COATINGS

1040 Martin Grove Rd., #3, Toronto, ON MOW 4W4

30 Endlcott St., Danvers, MA 01923 USA

Division of Met-Pro Corporation

(416)743-3751 Fax:(416)743-2038 Contact: Brian G. Allen, Manager

(978)777-1100 Fax:(978)774-0516 Contact: Jeff Stewart, Technical Applications Mgr.

2385 North Penn Road, Hatfleld, PA 19440 USA

INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION

JOHN BROOKS COMPANY LIMITED

14845-6 Yonge St., Aurora, ON L4G 6H8 (905)727-5595

1260 Kamato Rd., Mississauga, ON L4W 1Y1 (905)624-4200

INLINER CANADA INC.

3-3809 St. Josepti Blvd., Orleans, ON K1C 1T1 (613)834-8900 Fax:(613)834-9110

Contact: Kevin Secord, General Manager

KSB 250 Royal Crest Court, Markham, ON LOR 3S1 (905)944-2819 Fax: (905)474-1334 E-mail: vlvlana@usfilter.com

7605 18 St NW, Edmonton, AB T6P 1N9

Web site: www.usfllter.com

(780)413-0200

Contact: Allen Vivian, Regional Manager John Meunier and USFIIter 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 equip ment and services, solids handling and treatment systems, odour control, CSO equipment, municipal and Industrial applications. Representing: USFIIter and John Meunier products.

751 Intek Way, Westervllle, OH 43082 USA (614)895-0301 Fax:(614)895-0319 Contact: Bob Curry, Marketing Manager INTERNATIONAL RESERVE EQUIPMENT CORPORATION

P.O. Box 198, Clarendon Hills, IL 60514-0198 USA (630)325-7040 Fax:(630)325-7045 Contact: Ttiomas J. Mertz, Partner/Advertising

22 Worcester Rd., Etoblcoke, ON M9W 1 LI

INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD.

342 Bayvlew Drive, Box 310, Barrle, ON L4M 415 (705)733-0111 Fax:(705)721-0138

J-TEC ASSOCIATES, INC. 5005 Blairs Forest Lane NE, Suite L, Cedar Rapids, lA 52402 USA (319)393-5200 Fax:(319)393-5211 Contact: Kathy Zobeck, Marketing Director

E-mail: lws@iws.ca

tions and maintenance. INTERPROVINCIAL CORROSION CONTROL COMPANY LIMITED

930 Stieldon Court, Burlington, ON L7L 5K6 (800)503-9115,(905)634-7751 Fax:(905)333-4313 Contact: Jamie A. Fleming IPEX INC.

6810 Invader Cres., MIsslssauga, ON L5T 2B6 (866)473-9462 I.P.F. ASSOCIATES

Bloomfleld Drive, #2188, Oakvllle, ON L6M 3X7

(905)847-4691 Fax: (905)827-5722 Contact: John Crompton

KWH PIPE(CANADA) LTD. 6507 Mississauga Rd., Mississauga, ON L5N 1A6 (866)594-7473,(905)858-0206 Fax:(905)858-0208 Contact: Greg Kaye, Inside Sales Representative LABCOR INC.

7565 MB Jodoln, Montreal, QC HI J 2H9

(800)363-5900 Fax: (514)355-7119 Contact: Mark Vellleux, Marketing Coordinator LADEN STEEL FABRICATORS INC.

(403)661 -3747 Fax:(403)227-4073 Contact: Chris Harper, Vice President - Sales LAKELAND PROTECTIVE WEAR,INC. 5109 Harvester Rd., #B-7, Burlington, ON L7R 5Y9 (905)634-6400 Fax: (905)634-6611 Contact: Randy Hlllmer, Sales Manager LAYFIELD GEOSYNTHETICS AND

Web site: www.lws.ca

Contact: Jotin A. Harris, REng. Groundwater engineering, drilling contractors and tiydrogeologists, pump sales and service, well Inspec

5885 Kennedy Road, MIsslssauga, ON L4Z2G3 (905)568-9200 Fax:(905)568-3740 Contact: Cralg Ramage, President Info coming...

Box 6239, 4017-60 Ave., Innlsfall, AB T4G 1S9 JOHN WILEY & SONS CANADA LTD.

iWs

KONTRON

6260 Sequence Dr., San Diego, CA 92121 USA (858)677-0877 Contact: Jennifer Hanson, Mktg. Comm. Manager

KSB PUMPS INC.

JOHN MEUNIER / USFILTER

INSITUFORM TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

INTEK, INC.

(215)822-1963 Fax:(215)997-1839 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Manager Creative Svcs.

John Meunier

INSITU CONTRACTORS INC.

150 Stevenson St. S., Guelpli, ON N1E 5N7 (519)763-0700 Fax:(519)763-6684 Contact: Harry Oussoren, President

KEYSTONE FILTER

INDUSTRIAL FABRICS LTD.

Environmental

8600 Keele St., Unit 53, Concord, ON L4K 4H8

JWC ENVIRONMENTAL

290 Paularino Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626 USA

(949)833-3888,(800)331-2277 Fax:(949)833-8858 E-mail: jwce@iwce.com Web site: www.jwce.com Contact: Fritz Egger, Director of Marketing As the market leader 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-win ning Auger Monster® and Screenings Washer Mon

(800)840-2884 Fax:(905)761 -0035 Contact: Mark Simpson, Regional Manager LEMNA TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 2445 Park Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55404 USA (612)253-2002 Fax:(612)253-2003 Contact: Agata Polanska, Marketing Coordinator LEVITT SAFETY LIMITED

2872 Bristol Circle, Oakvllle, ON L6H 5T5

(905)829-3299 Fax:(905)829-2919 Contact: Peter Knaack, Marketing Manager

ster®. JWC Environmental continues our service to

L.E. WASHINGTON SALES LTD.

the customer after the sale with unparalleled follow up, customer service, and repair capabilities.

2851 Brighton Road, Oakvllle, ON L6H 6C9 (905)829-4111 Fax:(905)829-2366 Contact: Larry Washington, President

KAESER COMPRESSORS

ISCO, INC.

4700 Superior Street, Lincoln, NE 68504 USA (402)464-0231 Fax:(402)465-3064 Contact: Don Stansberry, Applications Specialist

#2 - 40 Bell Farm Road, Barrle, ON L4M 5G6

Contact: Yanick Castonguay Marketing Department

(705)733-3342 Fax:(705)733-3352 Contact: Peter Lorlmer, President

KALDNES FLYGX

LORADAY ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCTS LTD.

3760 La Verendrye, Bolsbrland, QC J7H 1R5 (450)971-1414 Fax:(450)971-1415

LUBRICATION ENGINEERS OF CANADA

2200 Bristol Circle, Oakvllle, ON L6H 5R3

KALDNES NORTH AMERICA

(905)829-3833 Fax:(905)829-2630

76 Dorrance Street, #200, Providence, Rl 02903 USA

Contact: Chris Barnes, National Sales Manager

(401)270-3898 Fax:(401)270-3908 ITT FLYGT

300 Labrosse Avenue, Pointe-Claire, OC H9R 4V5 (514)695-0100 Fax:(514)697-0602 Web site: www.lttflygt.ca

Contact: Raymond Simond, Communications Mgr. ITT Flygt Is the world's leading manufacturer and sup plier of submersible pumping and mixing solutions. Flygt submersible pumps and mixers are used In wastewater plants, sewage systems. Industry, con struction and In mines. Our experience is utilized by engineers and planners to ensure reliable and costeffective fluid handling. Flygt's Canadian network of

LUMIDOR SAFETY PRODUCTS

E-mail: kaldnesusa@kaldnes.com Web site: www.kaldnes.com

5-3075 14th Ave., Markham, ON L3R 0G9

Contact: Jill Bibby, Marketing Director We specialize In biological wastewater treatment sys tems for Industrial and municipal use. Our process, which Is patented. Is flexible, cost-effective and can be retrofitted Into existing tankage. We have well over 250 Installations worldwide. KEE INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

LYSTEK INTERNATIONAL INC.

Suite 107-279 Weber St. N., Waterloo, ON N2J 3H8 (705)495-5379 Fax:(519)747-8125 Contact: Cameron B. Gray, Vice President - Business Development MABAREX INC.

9-219 Connie Cres., Concord, ON L4K 1L4

2021 Rue Halpern, Saint-Laurent, QC H4S 1S3 (514)334-6721 Fax:(514)332-1775

thirteen sales locations and fifteen distributors assures

KENTAIN PRODUCTS LIMITED

prompt local sales, repair and rental services.

55 Howard Place, Kitchener, ON N2K 2Z4

Contacts: Peter Lipert - Process Manager, Francois Seguin - VP. Sales & Marketing

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers MAKLOC BUILDINGS INC.

706- 17th Avenue, Nisku, AB T9E 7T1

(780)955-2951 Fax:(780)955-7721

systems, ozone generators, flow meters, metering pumps, analyzers, odour control scrubbers, UV sys tems, dry feeders, polymer feed.

rination, this process provides a triple barrier to patho gens and removes colour, taste and odour.

Contact: Kan Tebb, Sales MET-PRO CORPORATION SYSTEMS DIV. MADVAC INC.

677 Giffard St., Longueuil, QC J4G 1Y3 (450)670-0200 Fax:(450)670-0299 Contact: Andre Pollmueller, Marketing Director

P.O. Box 325, Kuipsville, PA 19443 USA (215)631-9500 Fax:(215)631-1801 Contact: Kevin Bittle, Mgr. Creative Svcs. MIDAC CORPORATION

MAKE-WAY PLASTICS LTD.

17911 Fitch Avenue, Irvine, CA 92614 USA

110 Wellington Street,

(949)660-8558 Fax: (949)660-9334 Contact: Gary Linz, Director - Sales & Marketing

Exeter, ON NOM 1S2

(519)235-3606 Fax:(519)235-0191 Web site: www.makewaypiastics. com

Contact: Bert Knip Make-Way Plastics Ltd. is the Ontario Distributor of the Whitewater Aerobic Treatment Unit (ATU). The

MILLENNIUM CONTROL COMPANY

P.O. Box 86034, RPO Upper Oakviiie, Oakviiie, ON L6H 5V6 (905)849-0794 Fax: (905)849-3797 Contact: Allan Fiakaia, Operations Manager

MSU MISSISSAUGA LTD.

2222 South Sheridan Way, #300, B.3, Mississauga, ON L5J2M4 (800)268-5336 Fax:(888)220-2213 E-maii: msumiss@gioba!sen/e.net Web site: www.msumississauga.com Contact: Virginia Junkin, President Canadian made metal products for water and wastewater treatment facilities. From handrailing and access hatches to ladders and custom fabricated

products, MSU meets ail your needs. MUELLER CANADA INC.

Whitewater ATU is used in both residential and com

MlOX CORPORATION

PO BOX 1001 Stn Main, Milton, ON L9T4B6

mercial applications. Treating raw domestic sewage to tertiary quality -1,500 LTD to 65,000 LAD. We spe cialize in golf courses, campgrounds,retirement homes,etc. We also specialize in drip waste disposal.

5500 Midway Park Place, N.E., Albuquerque, NM 87111 USA (505)343-0090 Fax:(505)343-0093 Contact: Katie Boiek, Marketing Manager

(905)878-0541 MUNRO CONCRETE PRODUCTS LTD.

RR 2 Stn Main, Barrie, ON L4M 4S4

MANDEL SCIENTIFIC CO. INC.

NASCO CANADA

2 Admiral Place, Gueiph, ON N1G4N4 (519)763-2145 Fax:(519)763-2005 Contact: Richard Voiians, Marketing & Production Supervisor

Division of Specfrum Educational Supplies Ltd. 125 Mary Street, Aurora, ON L4G 1G3 (905)841-0600 Fax:(905)727-6265 Contact: Sebastian Siebei-Achenbach, Product Mgr.

MARKLAND SPECIALTY ENGINEERING LTD.

MIXING SYSTEMS, INC.

7058 Corporate Way, Dayton, OH 45459 USA (937)435-7227 Fax: (937)435-9200 E-mail: mixing@mixing.com Website: wwvw.mixing.com Contact: Prakash Bathija, President

48 Shaft Road, Toronto, ON MOW 4M2

JET AERATION, JET MIXING, SBR SYSTEMS manu

(416)244-4980 Fax:(416)244-2287 Web site: www.siudgecontrois.com Contact: Reg Tansony, General Manager

factured by Mixing Systems, inc. Mixing and oxygen transfer independently controlled. Energy efficient, low maintenance. No in-basin moving parts. Liquid depths from 15 to 60 ft.

MARSH-MCBIRNEY INC.

4539 Metropolitan Crt., Frederick, MD 21704 USA (301)874-5599 Fax:(301)874-4436 Contact: Marcia Kiniey, Adv. Mgr.

M.J. INTERNATIONAL, INC. 349 Bowes Road, Concord, ON L4K 1J3

(905)731-8104 Fax:(905)731-8231 Contact: Mike Silver, General Manager

MATERIAL RESOURCE RECOVERY

PO Box 683 Stn Main, Cornwall, ON K6FI 5T5

M.LeBlanc & Associates

MAZZEI INJECTOR CORPORATION

Manufacturer's Representatives

NATIONAL ENERGY EQUIPMENT INC.

1870 Courtney Park Dr. E, Mississauga, ON L5T1W1 (905)670-8863 Fax:(905)564-9492 Contact: Chris Hoilingworth NEO VALVES

400 Norfinch Drive, Toronto, ON M3N 1Y4

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

One Pork Avenue, Tipton, PA 16684 USA (814)684-0101 Fax:(814)684-0961 Contact: Kristie Mason, PR Manager NEW YORK BLOWER CO.

7660 Quincy St., Willowbrook, IL 60527 USA (630)794-5700 Fax:(630)794-5776 Contact: Gary Benson, VP Marketing

500 Rooster Dr., Bakersfield, OA 93307 USA

M. LEBLANC & ASSOCIATES

(661)363-6500 Fax: (661)363-7500

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

Contact: Robert Tebbe, Vice President

(416)223-7391 Fax:(416)223-5775 E-mail: mlebianc@on.aibn.com

NORIT AMERICAS INC.

MCGRAW-HILL RYERSON LIMITED

Contact: Maurice L. LeBlanc

300 Water St., Whitby, ON LI N 9B6 (905)430-5239 Fax: (905)430-5044 Contact: Mike Moore, Sr. Marketing Manager

Municipal and industrial water and wastewater treat

5775 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd., #C-250, Marietta, GA 30342 USA (404)256-6150 Fax:(404)256-6199 Contact: Mark Cummings, Marketing Comm. Mgr.

ment equipment and systems: in-channei, rotary drum and CSO screens: screenings washers and compactors; WAS thickeners; ciarifiers; sand filters;

NORTECH GSI INC.

MCTIGHE INDUSTRIES

D.E. filters; UF and MBR membrane filtration; filter

1131 Derry Rd E., Mississauga, ON L5T 1P3

3405 S. Westport Ave., Sioux Fails, SD 57106 USA (605)362-3407 Fax: (605)362-3494 Contact: Jeremy Morrison, Engineering Sales Mgr.

presses; shaftless screw conveyors; diffusers; oil/ water separators. Representing: Parkson Corpora

(905)564-4700

tion, DSS Environmental inc.. Mercer international,

NORTHERN STEEL INDUSTRIES

PO Box 1718, Tisdale, SK SOE 1T0

MEFIAG

J.Mark Systems inc., Dynatec Systems Inc. and Separmatic Fluid Systems. MODUTANK INC.

270 Sherman Avenue N., Hamilton, ON L8L 6N4

41 -04 35th Ave., Long island City, NY 11101 USA (718)392-1112 Fax:(718)786-1008 Contact: Reed Marguiis, President

(905)545-2003 Fax:(905)545-4248

MONARCH INSTRUMENT

180 Wilkinson Rd., Unit #18, Brampton, ON LOT4W8 (905)453-7224 Fax: (905)453-2464 Contact: Matt Weiland, Regional Manager

Division of Met-Pro Corporation 160 Cassell Rd., P.O. Box 144, Flarieysville, PA 19438 USA (215)721-6030 Fax:(215)723-6758 Contact: Kevin Bittle, Mgr. Creative Svcs.

NOVA ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS INC.

MEGATOR CORPORATION

562 Alpha Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15238 USA (412)963-9200 Fax:(412)963-9214 Contact: Greg Kasper, Vice President

Contact: Michael McCarron, Sales NOVATECH CONTROLS

15 Columbia Dr., Amherst, NH 03031 USA

(603)883-3390 Fax:(603)886-3300 Contact: Martin Morrissey, Sales Manager

NWS INSPECTION INC. SAIE5 & ENGINEERING I

MS FILTER INC.

601, 7620 Elbow Dr. S.W., Calgary, AB T2V 1K2

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

(403)236-5982 Fax: (403)236-7189

METCON SALES AND ENGINEERING

(905)853-0164 Fax:(905)853-8807

LIMITED

E-mail: info@msfiiter.com Web site: www.msfilter.com

15 Connie Crescent, Unit 3, Concord, ON L4K 1L3

(905)738-2355 Fax:(905)738-5520 E-maii: davidt@metconeng.com Web site: www.metconeng.com Contacts: Ahron Nahmias - President, David Tidy Sales Manager Chiorination systems, CLO systems, ammonia feed

Contact: Robert Abernethy, President Specializing in water treatment solu tions 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 chio-

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Contact: Jim Coroon, Marketing/Sales OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC.

One Omega Drive, P.O. Box 4047, Stamford, CT 06907 USA (203)359-1660 Fax:(203)359-7700 ONDEO DEGREMONT LTD.

1375 TransCanada Highway, #400, Dorval, QC H9P2W8 (514)683-1200 Fax:(514)683-1203 Contact: Normand Blanchet, Representative 75


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4102 Eastgate Cres., London, ON N6L 1B2

and PCB-contaminated water, disposal of PCB ca pacitors, light ballasts, cables, potheads, circuit break ers, debris, solvents.

ORGANIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INC.

290 Garyray Dr., North York, ON tyl9L 1P4

PCI MEMBRANE SYSTEMS INC.

ORIVAL WATER FILTERS

(513)575-3500 Fax:(513)575-7393 Contact: Robert Hogan, internal Sales

P.J. HANNAH EQUIPMENT SALES CORP.

#9-151 Brunei Rd., Mississauga, ON L4Z 2H6 (905)712-0620 Fax:(905)712-1240 Contacts: Martin Williams - Technical Sales Rep, and Gary Black, Eastern Sales Manager

1615 State Route 131, Milford, OH 45150 USA

40 N. Van Brunt Street, Englewood, NJ 07631 USA (800)567-9767,(201)568-3311 Fax:(201)568-1916 Contact: R. Schwartz, Marketing

PEACOCK INC.

PNEU-TECH SYSTEMS LIMITED

2360 Miilrace Crt., Mississauga, ON L5N 1W2 OSHTECH INCORPORATED

9-279 Weber St., Waterloo ON N2H 3H8 OSPREY SCIENTIFIC INC.

101-18327-105 Ave., Edmonton, AB T5S 2K9

qjONM OZONIA NORTH AMERICA, INC. 491 Edward H. Ross Drive, Eimwood 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 appiioations. Ozone generators from 0.5 ib. per day to 4,200 lbs. per day. Complete pilot plant and turnkey services. Ozone from air or high concentration from oxygen.

PENCON EQUIPMENT COMPANY 109 Thomas St., 2nd floor, Oakviile, 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, recircuiation and boosting of digester gas.

PALL CANADA

7205 Milicreek Dr., Mississauga, ON L5N 3R3 (905)542-0330

L9R1E6 (705)434-9006 Fax:(705)434-9007 E-mail: info@performancequip.com Web site: www.performancequip.com Contact: Roger Mayo, Sales Manager For all your pumping requirements. Performance car ries complete inventory on SEEPEX progressive cav ity pumps/parts, as well as SEEPEX metering pumps. Recognized names such as WILDEN, ALL-FI_0, other brands we proudly represent. "Pump with the Best" - Performance.

PARKSON CORPORATION

9045 Cote de Liesse #201, Dorval, QC HOP 2M9

(514)636-8712 Fax:(514)636-9718 E-mail: canada@parkson.oom Web site: www.parkscn.com Contact: Jean Grenier, Regional Manager

PETRO SEP MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGIES

2270 Speers Road, Oakviile, ON L6L 2X8 (905)825-3109 Fax:(905)825-3285 Contact: Gerry Van Houdt, Sales Mgr. - North America

Mn\

Parkson manufactures water and wastewater treat

ment equipment for municipal or industrial needs, in cluding aeration, biological, clarification, conveying, dewatering, dissolved air flotation, filtration, grit man agement, oil/water separation, screening, screenings washing/ccnveying/ccmpacting, scum skimming, sludge handiing/siudge drying/sludge removai/siudge thickening, stcrmwater management. PARTNERS IN SAFETY INC.

30 Tapieytown Rd., Stcney Creek, ON L8J 3K3 (905)692-0022 Fax:(905)692-0024 Contact: Rick Brown, President PATTERSON SUB GORMAN-RUPP

PC Box 790, Toccoa, GA 30577 USA

PCB DISPOSAL PCB DISPOSAL INC.

72 Lake Driveway W., Ajax, ON LI8 3X1 (905)428-6480 Fax:(905)428-6481 E-maii: esmith@pcbdisposaiinc,com Web site: www.pcbdisposalinc.com

PHOENIX

POSITIVE SOLUTIONS

5 Rodman Drive, P,0. Box235, RR#2, Cameron, ON KOMI GO (705)359-1837 Fax:(705)359-1836 Contact: Ciive Berry POWER BUDD LLP

PO BOX 148 Stn 1st Can Place, Toronto, ON M5X 107 i

A

POWER PLANT SUPPLY

COMPANY 124 Wilson Street,

Oakviile, ON L6K3G8

(905)845-7951 Fax:(905)845-6695 E-maii: powerplant@iprimus.ca Contact: Frank Hopkins, President Power Plant Supply Company has been supplying quality products to the water and wastewater industry for over 40 years, introducing breakthrough technology for speed control, MagnaDrive adjustable speed drive for variable speed applications on centrifugal loads. It provides precise control, dramatic energy savings plus significant equipment and maintenance cost savings.

PHOENIX PROCESS EQUIPMENT CO.

2402 Watterson Trail, Louisville, KY 40299 USA

POWERLOC TECHNOLOGIES INC.

(502)499-6198 Fax:(502)499-1079 E-maii: johnw@dewater.ccm

30 Leek Ores., #103, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 4N4

(905)764-3701 Fax:(905)764-3680 Contact: Alice Man, Marketing Manager

Web site: www.dewater.com

Contact: John Waugh, VP. Marketing PHOENIX Process Equipment Co.designs and manu factures a variety of high quality products and sys tems for slurry and sludge dewatering, fine particle wet classification, and separation and effluent water

PPI MODULAR STRUCTURES

129 Glidden Rd., Brampton, ON L6W 3L9 (905)459-9255 Fax:(905)459-1234 Contact: Todd Frankland, President

treatment.

PIGMALION ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

940 Meyerside Drive, Mississauga, ON L5T 1R9 (800)387-7581 Fax:(800)670-9090 Contact: Donald Redford, President PILDYSH TECHNOLOGIES INC.

288, 200 Rivercrest Dr. SE, Calgary, AB T2C 2X5 (403)720-6699 Fax:(403)720-6609 Contact: Peter Corry, Manager, Project Development PILOT PERFORMANCE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT INC.

Contact: Dr. Eric A.H. Smith, President

PO Box 68584 RPO Bramalea Woods, Brampton,

PCB Disposal services include site assessments, containment systems, transformer draining, removal and reclassification, site remediation, transportation of PCBs, sampling and analysis for PCBs, dibenzofurans and dioxins, turnkey askarei trans former replacement, decontamination of mineral oil

ON L6S6A1

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1200 Bay St., Suite 503, Toronto, ON M5R 2A5 (416)929-2562 Fax:(416)929-2564 Contact: Alison Cousland, Manager

Performance Fluid Equipment Inc.

KRAL, PLAD-PACO, and FLOWAY are some of the

PARKSON CORPORATICN

POLLUTED c/o Prcmcsalons Canada

118 S. Division St,, Zeiienople, PA 16063 USA (724)452-4691 Fax:(724)452-7308 Contact: Anton Gallery, Manager

169 Dufferin St. 8., Units #24-#26, Ailiston, ON

(800)272-2832 Fax:(225)-683-8711 Contact: Scott Schultz, National Sales Manager

80 Norwich Ave., Unit #7, Woodstock, ON N4S 8Y6 (519)537-7199 Fax:(519)537-2994 E-mail: info@pneutechsystems.com Web site: www.pneutechsystems.com Contact: J.(Jake) Pedrosa, Engineering Sales Stocking distributor for Kaeser Omega blowers. Sup pliers of aeration systems including piping, fittings, etc. Home of "Brine King" salt dissolvers,

PORTACEL,INC.

PERFORMANCE FLUID EQUIPMENT INC.

PACTEC, INC. P.O. Box 8069, Clinton, LA 70722 USA

PNEU-TECH SYSTEMS LIMITED

PIPELINE SEAL AND INSULATOR, INC. 6525 Goforth Street, Houston, TX 77021 USA

(800)423-2410 Fax:(713)747-6029 Contact: John Keldsen, NA Sales Manager

IPRAXAIR PRAXAIR CANADA INC.

1 City Centre Dr., #1200, Mississauga, ON L5B 1M2 (905)803-1748 Fax:(905)803-1696 E-mail: infc@praxair, com Web site: www.praxair.com Contact: Robert Douglas, Mktg. Comm. Manager Praxair produces, sells and distributes atmospheric, process and specialty gases. Praxair is also the world's largest supplier of carbon dioxide and a rec ognized leader in the commercialization of new tech nologies that bring productivity and environmental benefits to a diverse group of industries. PRESSURE SYSTEMS

34 Research Dr., Hampton, VA 23666 USA (757)865-1243 Fax:(757)865-8744 Contact: Steve Yakshe, President

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers ered configurations. All systems include sensor di agnostics and full electronic isolation. TECHNOLOGIES INC.

PREMIER WASTEWATER INTERNATIONAL

5340 South Procyon, Las Vegas, NV 89118 USA (702)739-0909 Fax:(702)739-6003 E-mail: matt@pwisolutions.com Web site: www.pwisolutions.com Contact: Matt Russell. President/CEO

PWI's Enhanced Solids Reduction process can lower organic sludge production by as much as 90%. This enhanced activated sludge process can be used as part of a new plant design or as a retrofit into an ex isting facility. This process dramatically reduces sludge processing costs and can dramatically reduce con struction costs.

RACO MANUFACTURING AND

PROSPEC TECHNOLOGIES INC.

ENGINEERING CO.

3235 Wharton Way, Mississauga, ON L4X 2B6 (905)629-3100 Fax:(905)629-3500 E-mail: info@prospectech.com Web site: www.prospectech.com

1400-62nd St.. Emeryville. CA 94608 USA (510)658-6713 Fax:(510)658-3153 Contact: Jim Brown. VP Sales & Marketing

Contact: Mark Lemieux. Owner

RAIN FOR RENT

An extensive line of horizontal, vertical and submers

3404 State Rd.. Bakersfield. CA 93308 USA

ible centrifugal and positive displacement pumps in cluding 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 principals, we service all types of pumping equipment. Repre senting: ITT industries-Goulds Pumps. KSB Pumps Inc.. ABEL. A-C Pump. Marlow. EBARA, Cornell. Nash-Elmo. Blagdon.

(800)742-7246 Fax:(661)393-1542 Contact: Branch Manager RAM LINING SYSTEMS INC.

R.R.#1. Bayfield. ON NOM 1G0 (519)524-1904 Fax:(519)524-6721 Contact: Frank Kunc. President

nnn anilli + shadrack |JI U lll|UD Unit 2. 400 Esna Park, PROSTAR TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Markham, ON L3R 3K2

270 Sherman Avenue N.. Flamilton. ON L8L 6N4

(905)513-1442 Fax:(905)513-6932 E-mail: gcoate@idirect.ca

(800)295-3771 (905)545-2003 Fax:(905)545-4248

REGENESIS

Contact: Michael McCarron, Sales

Leaders in Accelerated Natural Attenuation

Contact: Geoff Coate, Vice President

Shadrack

Offering a complete line of water and wastewater treatment equipment in cluding Amwell, Brentwood, E & I, Eco,

Fournier, Indusco, IWSSI, Jones SAttwood. Memck,

ML, MRI, Sanitaire, Schwlng, Spaans Babcock, Sun light. Walker Process. EMU and Zenon.

PROVINCIAL TANK LINING AND INSPECTIONS

R.R. #5. Stn. Main. Owen Sound. ON N4K 5N7

(800)735-3658 Fax:(519)371-8346 Contact: Chris Fligginson. Sales Manager

PROBIOTIC SOLUTIONS

201 S. Roosevelt Ave., Chandler. AZ 85226 USA

(480)961-1220 Fax:(480)961-3501 Contact: Diana Burtrum, Director of Environmental

PS INTERNATIONAL, INC. 1013 Shenandoah Circle. Sioux Falls. SD 57103 USA

(605)332-1885 Fax: (605)332-1293 E-mail: gale@psinternational.com Web site: www.psinternational.com

Proceptor PROCEPTOR SEPARATORS

12 Madison Ave.. Toronto. ON M5R 2S1

(416)966-9400 Fax:(416)966-3439 Web site: www.proceptor.com Contact: Paul Champigny Sales Preceptor oil. grease and solids separators are spe cifically engineered to meet today's strict effluent regu lations and prevent drain blockages. With its 30-year warranty, Preceptor is the separator of choice pro tecting you and your clients.

Contact: Mr. Gale Paulson. President

PS International. Inc. provides coalescing plate oil/ water separators for the removal of petroleum hydro carbons from wastewater. Separators can be pro vided with a final polishing polypropylene coalescer for removal of oil particles down to 20 microns in size. Separators are of rectangular or cylindrical construc tion and single or double wall. PUMPEX,INC.

171 Industrial Parkway. Ste. 102. Somervllle, NJ 08876 USA (908)927-0800 Fax:(908)927-0884 Contact: Robert Montenegro, President

PROECO CORPORATION

7722 9 St. NW. Edmonton. AB TOP 116

PUMPS & SYSTEMS

PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.

1-1112 Russell Street. Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5N2 (807)622-3767 Fax:(807)622-3804 Contact: Bill Florkey

10134 6th St.. Suite K. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 USA (909)989-3010 Fax:(909)989-3011

REGENESIS

1011 Calle Sombra, San Clemente, CA 92673 USA

(949)366-8000 Fax:(949)366-8090 Web site: www.regenesis.com Contact: Bryan Vigue Proven on over 7,500 sites. Oxygen Release Com pound (ORC(r)), Flydrogen Release Compound (FIRC(r)) and now Extended Release FIRC or (FIRCXTM) lead the way In the cost-effective accelerated natural attenuation of contaminated groundwater and saturated soils. Upon direct-Injection into groundwater. these products supply naturally occur ring microblal populations with much needed oxygen and hydrogen. In turn, these microbes degrade a range of both petroleum and chlorinated hydrocar bons. For more information please visit our website at www.regenesis.com or contact us by phone at (949)366-8000. REHAU INDUSTRIES INC.

1149 Pioneer Road. Burlington, ON L7M 1K5 (905)335-3284 Fax:(905)335-1112 Contact: Cal Reaume, Product Manager RENAISSANCE INSTRUMENTS

2555 North IH 35,#300, Round Rock,TX 78664 USA

(512)388-9270 Fax:(512)388-9272

Contact: Raj Natarajan, President

RESTORATION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRACTORS LTD.

Contact: Dave Chiles, President

PUREFLOW FILTRATION

RESTORATION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRAC

6739 S. Washington Ave., Whittier, CA 90601 USA (800)926-3426 Fax: (562)693-5257 Contact: Archie A. MaoDonald, National Sales Mgr.

TORS LTD.

Pro-Form Insurance Services Inc. 15 Allstate Pkwy., Suite 220. Markham. ON L3R 5B4 (905)305-1054 Fax:(905)305-1093 E-mail: pmatson@thehubgroup.com

PURIFICS ENVIRONMENTAL

E-mail: dbremner@lstar.ca

TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Web site: www.environmentalhazards.com &

Contact: Peter Matson, President

1941 Mallard Road, London, CN N6FI 5M1

www.toxiomold.ca

Pro-Form Insurance Sen/ices, a Flub International

(519)473-5788 Fax:(519)473-0934

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REMOVAL. DEMOLITION

Company, provides a broad range of insurance serv ices. including risk management,contract review and other advice for the environmental profession cover ing consultants and operational activities and serv

Contact: Brian Butters, President

& INDUSTRIAL PLANT CLEANING: Restoration En

fS)Quantum* Analytical Instruments

ices.

QUANTUM ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTS INC.

ProMinenf PROMINENT FLUID CONTROLS LTD.

490 Southgate Drive. Guelph. ON NIG 4P5 (519)836-5692 Fax:(519)836-5226 E-mail: garthdb@prominent.ca Web site: www.prominent.ca Contacts: Garth deBrwyn, General Manager and Brent Sweezey Sales Manager Metering pumps, chlorine analyzers and controllers. pFI effluent control, fluoride monitoring, complete water disinfection systems.

A Subsidiary of Racine Federated Inc. 2200 South Street, Racine. Wl 53404 USA

(877)256-0791.(262)639-6770 Fax: (262)639-2267 E-mail: info@quantumanalytical.com Web site: www.quantumanalytical.oom Contact: William Popp, Sales Manager Manufacturer of process monitoring and control in strumentation for all pFI. CRP (redox). conductivity and dissolved oxygen applications. Unique sensor design and materials provide outstanding reliability underthe harshest conditions. Microprocessor-based analyzers are available in loop, line or battery-pow-

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P.O. Box 746, 10 Stalwart Industrial Dr., Unit 5,

Gormley, ON L0H1G0 (800)894-4924 or (905)8880066 Fax:(905)-888-0071

vironmental Contraotors are the Experts in Industrial and Commercial Facility and Property Decontamina tion. Removal of Asbestos. Mold/Mould & Fungus, Lead Paint, Lead Dust and Heavy Metals, Stachybotrys, Toxic Mold, PCB's, UFFI, Chemicals, Pesticides, Plant Cleaning. Demolition. Salvage of Equipment. Fires and Water Damages, Infection Con trol, Brownfield Properties, Wet Abrasive Sandblast ing, Environmental Testing, Surveys, Assessments. Audits and Consulting. Soils. Underground Storage Tanks, Bird Bat Rodent Feces Removal-Histoplasmosis. REVERE CONTROL SYSTEMS

2240 Rocky Ridge Rd.. Birmingham. AL 35216 USA (800)536-2525 Fax:(205)824-0439 Contact: Bruce Koppenhoefer. Dir.. Communications 77


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers RGF ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP

3875 Fiscal Court, West Palm Beach, PL 33404 USA

(561)848-1826 Fax:(561)848-9454 Contact: Kara Broedell, Marketing Coordinator RMS ENVIRO SOLV INC.

295 Av Lafleur, Lasalle, QC HSR 3H3

(514)368-3533 RONK ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES, INC.

Contact: Richard Smyth, Partner Sanltherm has a worldwide reputation lor quality equipment and service over 56 years. With package plants In South Korea, Indonesia, Russia, Peru and throughout North America, we design, build, install and are operating plants In BC, the Northwest Terri tories and troubleshooting in Kazakhstan. We repre sent over 20 premier manufacturers from Canada, the USA and Europe, and have over 200 Installations In BC.

106 E. State St., P.O. Box 160, Nokomis, IL 62075-

0160 USA (217)563-8333 Fax:(217)563-8336 Contact: Sales Department ROSEMOUNT ANALYTICAL

Liquid Analytical Division 2400 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA 92606 USA (800)854-8257 Fax:(949)474-7250 Contact: Jumana Swels, Marketing Communications

SCARBOROUGH SUPPLY

154 Crown Court, Whitby, ON LI N 7B1 (905)697-3343 Fax:(905)579-4755

131 Royal Orchard Blvd., Thornhlll, ON L3T 3E1

(416)752-8020 Fax:(416)752-8944 SCOTT SPECIALTY GASES

(905)726-9587 Fax:(905)726-2420 Contact: Ross Mackay, President

18949 USA (215)766-8861 Fax:(215)766-2476 Contact: Robert Jefferys, Corporate Comm. Mgr.

ROTORK CONTROLS(CANADA)LTD. 9-820 28 St. NE, Calgary, AB T2A 6K1

SEI INDUSTRIES LTD.

RPR ENVIRONMENTAL

mens company that designs and manufactures so phisticated measurement instruments used by the water and wastewater, aggregate, cement, mining, chemical, petrochemical, oil and gas, milling, food and other process Industries. Principal product lines In clude level measurement, dry solids flow measure ment, and process protection devices. Products are available worldwide through a network of sales of fices, represenfatlves and distributors.

19 Waterman Ave., Toronto, ON M4B 1Y2

6141 Easton Road, Box 310, Plumsteadvllle, PA

ROYCE TECHNOLOGIES

Contact: Doug Wilson, Sales Manager Siemens Mllltronlcs Process Instruments Inc. Is a Sie

SIMAAIR PURIFICATION SYSTEMS SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

ROSS MACKAY ASSOCIATES LTD.

13555 Gentllly Rd., New Orleans, LA 70129 USA (504)254-8888 Fax: (504)254-8855 Contact: Harry Wilkinson, Director of Marketing

Web site: www.slemens-mllltronics.com

Contact: Kevin Watson

4 Simmons Cres., Aurora, ON L4G 6B4

ROYAL ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC. P.O. Box 430, 30622 Forest Blvd., Stacy, MN 55079 USA (651)462-2130 Fax:(651)462-6990 Contact: Doug Trangsrud, VP. Engineering

(705)745-2431 Fax:(705)741 -0466 or(705)745-0414 E-mail: cdnsupport@mllltronlcs

7400 Wilson Avenue, Delta, BC V4G 1E5

(604)946-3131 Fax:(604)940-9566 Contact: David Hendrlksen, Marketing Coordinator SENECA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

4140 NE 14th St., Des Molnes, lA 50313 USA

SIVA ASSOCIATES INC.

4826 Fulwell Rd., MIsslssauga, ON L5M 7J8 (905)828-0800 Fax:(905)828-0806 E-mail: mohan@pathoom.com Web site: siva-assoclates.com

Contact: Mohan Siva, President

Process control instrumentation, gas analyzers, cali bration services, electronic board repairs and rental. Flow meters, level sensors, temperature sensors, SCADA, test and measurement Instruments.

(800)369-3500 Fax:(515)262-2469 Contact: Dan Nolan, Sales Representative SENSOREX CORPORATION

11751 Markon Dr., Garden Grove, CA 92841 USA

(714)895-4344 Fax:(714)894-4839 Contaot: Scott Edwards, Technical Manager

164-166 South Service Rd., Stoney Creek, ON L8E

SMITH & LOVELESS, INC. 14040 Santa Fe Trail Dr., Lenexa, KS 66215 USA

(913)888-5201 Fax:(913)888-2173

3H6

SENSORS & SOFTWARE INC.

E-mail: answers@smlthandloveless.com Web site: www.smlthandloveless.com

RUFFNECK HEATERS

1040 Stacey Crt., MIsslssauga, ON L4W 2X8 â&#x2013; (905)624-8909 Fax:(905)624-9365 Contact: Mary Chong-Foo, Marketing/Sales

2827 Sunrldge Blvd. N.E., Calgary, AB T1Y 6G1 (800)661-5861 Fax:(403)291-7042 Contact: Darren Ochosky, Sales & Marketing Mgr.

SENSUS TECHNOLOGIES INC(RGE) 3600 Delson Dr., Navan, ON K4B 1K5

RUSMAR INCORPORATED

Contact: William Flores, Int'l. Sales Engineer Div. Smith & Loveless Inc. Is a global leader In the design and manufacture of a complete line of pre-englneered water and wastewater treatment and pumping sys tems. With sales offices throughout Canada, and numerous Installations over 40 years, we feature treat ment plants, grit removal systems, pump stations and filtration systems.

216 Garfleld Ave., West Chester, PA 19380-4522

SERVICE FILTRATION OF CANADA LTD.

USA

4141 Sladeview Crescent, #12 MIsslssauga, ON L5L5T1 (905)820-4700 Fax:(905)820-4015 Contact: Joe Halahel, General Manager

SOLINST CANADA LTD.

SETHCO

35 Todd Road, Georgetown. ON L7G 4R8 (800)661-2023,(905)873-2255 Fax:(905)873-1992

SAFETY EXPRESS LTD.

4060B Sladeview Crescent, #2, MIsslssauga, ON L5L5Y5 (905)608-0111 Fax:(905)608-0091

3439 River Rd., Ottawa, ON K1V 107

Division of Met-Pro Corporation 70 Arkay Drive, P.O. Box 12128, Hauppange, NY 11788 USA (631)435-0530 Fax:(631)435-0654 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Mgr. Creative Svcs.

Contact: Arsenio Tsounis, President SAIC CANADA

SANDBORN ROOFS INC.

SEVERN TRENT SERVICES INC.

801 -25th Avenue, NIsku, AB T9E 7Z4 (780)955-8761 Fax:(780)955-8781

16337 Park Row, Houston, TX 77084 USA

Contact Bill Bondy, Sales Manager

SEWER-MATIC DRAIN SERVICE LTD.

SANDALE UTILITY PRODUCTS INC.

4140 Belgreen Dr., Ottawa, ON K1G 3N2 (613)739-1449 Fax:(613)739-1955 Contact: Jim Smith, Manager

66 Adams Blvd., Brantford, ON N3S 7V2

35A Shirk Place, Kitchener, ON N2K 1R3

SONIC SOIL SAMPLING INC.

668 Mlllway Avenue, Concord, ON L4K 3V2 (905)660-0501 Fax:(905)660-7143 447-1027 Davie St., Vancouver, BC V6E 4L2

1-877-89-SONIC,(604)685-1904 E-mail: sonlc@sonlcsoll.com Web site: vmvw.sonlcsoll.com

(519)754-1366 SAND FILTRATION INC.

SONiCi

Contact: Alan Archibald, VP Administration SEW EURODRIVE COMPANY OF CANADA LTD.

210 Walker Dr., Brampton, ON L6T3W1 (905)791-1553

SANITAIRE

9333 N. 49th Street, Brown Deer, Wl 53223 USA

SGS INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION

(414)365-2200 Fax:(414)365-2210

SERVICES INC.

Contacts: Jim Shaw and Roger Byrne

2-6275 Northam Dr., MIsslssauga, ON L4V 1Y8

Sonic Soil Sampling Inc. has been servicing the Glo bal Environmental, Exploration and Geotechnlcal fields since 1981. Lightweight, portable percussion and au ger equipment for Indoor, remote or sensitive loca tions. Ideal to depths of up to 10 metres and in some cases up to 20 metres. Our reputation for quality, workmanship and a willingness to help our custom ers has been our best promotion tool.

SHIMADZU SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

SANITHERM ENGINEERING LIMITED

SANITHERM ENGINEERING LTD. WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT

7102 RIven/vood Dr., Columbia, MD 21046 USA

SOUTHWELL CONTROLS LTD.,

(410)381-1227 Fax:(410)381-1222 Contact: Kevin McLaughlin, Marketing

857 West 3rd St., North Vancouver, 80 V7P 1E3

SIRCO DIVISION

(604)980-3688 Fax:(604)980-6578 Contact: Hal Leitz, Sales Manager

SIEMENS

431 Mountain Hwy., Suite 4, North Vancouver, BC V7J 2L1 (604)986-9168 Fax:(604)986-5377 E-mail: saneng@sanitherm.com

SIEMENS MILLTRONICS PROCESS

SPILL KILLER ENVIRONMENTAL

INSTRUMENTS INC.

7310-5 Street SE, Calgary, AB T2H 2L9

1954 Technology Dr., P.O. Box 4225, Peterborough,

(403)735-5179 Fax:(403)253-5493

Web site: www.sanltherm.com

ON K9J 7B1

Contact: Shane Hauff, Manager

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers SPILL MANAGEMENT INC.

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

System is an internal high flow by-pass, which en sures that larger flows are diverted away from the treat

TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES INC.

ment chamber and are directed to the downstream

(905)853-8767 Fax:(905)853-9951 Contact: Basil Stevenson, General Manager

storm sewer. This prevents the re-suspension and scouring of trapped pollutants.

TECHSTAR PLASTICS INC.

SPX VALVES & CONTROLS

(Formerly Dezurik Copes Vulcan) 385 Franklin Blvd., Cambridge, ON N1R 5V5 (519)621-8980 Fax:(519)621-3108

268 Crossland Gate, Newmarket, ON L3X 1A9

STORMDRAIN SOLUTIONS

333 Beaumont Rd., Devon, PA 19333 USA

15400 Old SImcoe Road, Port Perry, ON L9L 1L8 (800)263-7943,(905)985-8479 Fax:(905)985-0265 Contact: Cathy Arkies, Marketing Manager

Contact: Llllane Calado, Administrator

(877)687-7473 Fax:(610)687-6327 Contact: Michael Sharpless, Vice President

SRS CRISAFULLI, INC.

STROBIC AIR CORP.

52 Amelia St., Toronto, ON M4X1E1

1610 Crisafulli Dr., P.O. Box 1051, Glendlve, MI

A Subsidiary of Met-Pro Corporation 160 Cassell Road, P.O. Box 144, Harleysvllle, PA 19438 USA (215)723-4700 Fax:(215)723-7401 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Mgr. Creative Svcs.

(416)920-0768 Fax:(416)920-0620

TEMPLEGATE INC.

59330-1051 USA

(406)365-3393 Fax:(406)365-8088 Contact: Maureen Lundman, Director of Marketing/ Manager - Inside Sales

TERRAFIX GEOSYNTHETICS INC.

178 Bethrldge Rd., Etoblcoke, ON M9W 1N3

SUMMA ENGINEERING

TERRASTAR

STANDARDS COUNCIL OF CANADA

LIMITED

81 Baboombe Dr., #101, Thornhlll, ON LOT 1M9

270-200 Albert Street, Ottawa, ON K1P 6N7

6423 Northam Drive,

(613)238-3222 Fax:(613)569-7808

ISTANMECHI TECHNOLOGIES INC.

MIssissauga, ON L4V 1J2 (905)678-3388 Fax:(905)678-0444 E-mail: postmaster@summaeng.com Web site: www.summaBng.com Contact: G.A.(Redir) ObaJI, Sales Manager Process control and Instrumentation; chemical me

STANMECH TECHNOLOGIES INC.

944 Zeico Drive, Burlington, ON L7L 4Y3 (905)631 -6161 Fax:(905)631 -1852 E-mail: informatlon@stanmeoti.oom

tering pumps; dry feeders; polymer systems; port able and online gas monitors; radar level; turbidity and suspended solids monitors; residual chlorine

analyzers; dissolved oxygen monitors; sludge level and density monitors; magnetic, Venturi and Coriolis flow meters; flumes; streaming current monitors; alarm dialers; transmitters; particle counters; data loggers.

THALES COMPUTERS

1203 New Hope Rd., Raleigh, NO 27610 USA (800)848-2330 Fax:(919)231-8001 Contact: Lisa Sanchez, Mktg. Communications Mgr.

THE BIRKS COMPANY Manufacturer Representative THE BIRKS COMPANY

2132 - Fifteen Sideroad, Moffat, ON LOP 1J0

Munscti line of extrusion welders are used In a wide

SUMMIT STRUCTURES

(905)854-9875 Fax:(905)854-0180 E-mail: blrksco@sympatloo.ca Web site: www3.sympatioo.ca/blrksco Contact: Michael Birks, Sales Manager Equipment and services for the Watewvorks market.

variety of geomembrane applications wtiere precise weid quality and tiigti speed is desired. Our products provide excellent field performance and superior reli ability. We provide 24-fiour repair service on most of our products.

3815 Wanuskewin Road, Saskatoon, SK S7P 1A4

SMART CARD Truckfill Stations; BERMAD control

(877)413-7197 Fax;(877)413-7189 Contact: Lance Cory, Inside Sales

valves; ARi water and sewage air release valves; ARMOR curb service and roadway boxes; FEBCO backflow preventers; HOT BOX Insulated enclosures; KURFERLE sampling and flushing stations; THE NEU-

STATIFLO INC.

106 Rayette Road, Unit #1, Concord, ON L4K 2G3 (905)669-4450 Fax:(905)669-4451 Contact: Barb Mellor, Marketing

Web site: www.stanmecti.com

Contact: Paul Subject, President Our Leister line of automatic wedge welders, combiwedge mactilnes and tiand tools and our

2175 Sheppard Ave. E., Suite #203, Wlllowdale, ON M2J1W8 (416)756-2406 Fax:(416)490-6937 Contact: Brian Ewing, General Manager STERLING POWER SYSTEMS

799 Rennie Street, Hamilton, ON L8H 7L4

(800)809-0330 Fax:(905)547-2381 Contact: Frank Davis, General Manager STILES-KEM

Division of Met-Pro Corporation 1570 Lakeside Drive, Waukegan, iL 60085 USA (847)689-1100 Fax:(847)689-9289 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Mgr. Creative Svcs.

SUNTEC ENVIRONMENTAL

L CEMENT

2391 Lakesliore Rd. W., MIssissauga, ON L5J 1K1 (905)822-1653 Fax:(905)822-1792

RALINTEST water testing products; PLUG-IT test plugs.

Maple 4^

SYSTEMS PLUS

1437 Gingrich Rd., Baden, ON N3A 3J7 (800)604-3645 Fax:(519)634-5708 Contact: Chris Morton, General Manager

Reinders

TANKS-A-LOT LTD.

THE MAPLE REINDERS GROUP

1810 Yellowhead Trail N.E., Edmonton, AB T6S 1B4

(780)472-8265 Fax:(780)478-5699 Contact: Bill Butler, Sales Manager

201 County Court Blvd., Suite 600, Brampton, ON LOW 4L2 (905)457-6444 Fax:(905)457-2498 E-mail: jhaanstra@maple.ca Web site: www.maple.ca

TANKNOLOGY CANADA INC.

Contact: John Haanstra, Vice President

12A-2650 Meadowvaie Blvd., MIssissauga, ON

Maple Reinders Is a Canadian Deslgn/Bulld contrac

L5N 6M5

tor for water and wastewater treatment facilities, with

ST.LAWRENCE

ST. LAWRENCE CEMENT

TRALIZER Chlorination/Dechlorination device;

TANKSAFE INC.

#208, 3112 -11th Street N.E., Calgary, AB T2E 7J1 (403)291-3937 Fax:(403)291-5125 Contact: Jon Johnston, Marketing Manager '

E-mali: akolvu@stlawrencecement.com

more than 35 years' experience. The company has successfully completed almost 500 projects In the en vironmental field and is servicing the needs of Indus tries, munlcipailtles and provincial and federal gov ernment from coast to coast.

THE W/ALW/ORTH VALVE COMPANY INC.

Web site: www.stlawrencecement.com

268 Crossland Gate, Newmarket, ON L3X 1A9

Contact: Allan Koivu, New Product Development

(905)853-8767 Fax:(905)853-9951 Contaot: B.J. Stevenson, Ontario Representative

Blended cements for new and restoration construc

tion, catcti basins, culverts, pipes, sewers, soil remediation, wastewater treatment plants. Cost-ef fective cements for concrete solutions.

Storm cepfor® STQRMCEPTOR GROUP OF COMPANIES

12 Madison Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 2S1

(800)565-4801,(416)960-9900 Fax:(416)960-5637 E-mali: lnfo@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 technol ogy Intercepts oil and sediment from urban stormwater runoff. The unique feature of the Stormceptor

TEAM-1 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

TOTAL SAFETY, INC.

1650 Upper Ottawa St., Hamilton, ON L8W 3P2 (905)383-5550 Fax;(905)574-0492

77042 USA (888)328-6825 Fax:(713)785-1475

11111 Wllcrest Green Dr., Suite 300, Houston, TX

E-mail: mltch@team-1.com Web site: www.team-1.com

Contaot: Gerald Bennett, CEO

Contact: Mitchell GIbbs

TOWER SAFETY GROUP (ONTARIO) 131 Sheldon Dr., Unit 17, Cambridge, ON N1R 6S2 (905)659-0598 Fax:(905)659-0689 Contact: Joe Chechalk, General Manager

HazMat response to all spills. Numerous equipped and manned stations in Ontario. Largest spill response company. North America wide (network). Only com pany totally committed to rapid response and proper mitigation. All classes of dangerous goods. Most ex tensive training program in Ontario for HazMat or fire teams. Owner and operator of The Emergency Serv ices Training Academy Partnerships with major fire departments. Responds to police, fire and Industry.

TOWN OF KIRKLAND LAKE

P.O. Box 1757, 3 KIrkland St. W., KIrkland, ON

P2N3P4 (705)567-9361 Fax:(705)567-3535 Contact: Dan Louie, Project Manager TRIMAX RESIDUALS

TERMINAL CITY IRON WORKS/ACS INC.

9440 60 Ave. NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 0C1

201 -5769 Production Way, Langley, BC V3A 4N5

(780)433-7373

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers ULTRATECH INTERNATIONAL, INC.

9454-9 Phillips Fiwy.. Jacksonville. FL 32256 USA (800)353-1611 Fax:(904)292-1325 Contact: Mario Cruz, Marketing Manager

The Waterloo Biofilter® is a free-draining, absorbent trickling filter designed for efficient treatment of residentiai/communai sewage wastewaters. The pat ented, light-weight, synthetic filter medium optimizes physical properties for microbial attachment and wa

TRANS-CYCLE INDUSTRIES, INC. (TCI)

UNIFIED PUMP TECHNOLOGIES,INC.

ter retention. Features include flexible modular de

455 Archer Drive, P.O. Box 518. Kirkland Lake. ON

58 Ftewson Cr.. Georgetown, ON L7G 2N9 (905)877-5852 Fax:(905)877-5521

signs, long-term robustness, low maintenance, re mote monitoring, and no aerobic sludge.

P2N 3J5 (705)567-9997 Fax:(705)567-9979 E-mail: canada@tci-pcb.com Web site: www.tci-pcb.com Contact: Peter Demeter. VP, Saies/Mrktg.. Cdn. Ops. Worldwide environmentally safe disposal of electrical equipment including: transformers, ballasts, capaci tors and ail PCS containing wastes. Full field and transportation services.

Contact: Rob Daciw, President WASTECORP PUMPS URECON LTD.

55 Six Point Rd. Toronto. ON M8Z 2X3

268 Lakeshore Rd. E.. #625, Oakviiie, ON L6J 784

(416)233-3000 Fax:(416)233-2300

(905)257-3797 Fax:(905)257-9723 Contact: Carl Vreugde, Sales Manager

Contact: Dan Starr. Manager - Business Development

USABLUEBOOK

waterra

TRANS ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.

PO Box 9006. Gurnee, IL 60031-9006 USA

P.O. Box 8001, Chariottesvilie, VA 22906 USA

(800)548-1234

WATERRA PUMPS LIMITED

(434)975-2872 Fax:(434)975-2972 Contact: Merrill Bishop. President

USFILTER/JOHN MEUNIER

5200 Dixie Rd., Unit #44, Mississauga, ON L4W1E4 (905)238-5242 Fax:(905)238-5704

250 Royal Crest Court. Markham, ON L3R 3S1

Contact: John Newaii, President

TRI-PHASE ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

(905)944-2819 Fax:(905)474-1334

Web site: www.waterra.com

Contact: Alien Vivian, Regional Manager See John Meunier/USFilter for complete listing

Waterra is the exclusive manufacturer of Canada's

2325 Hurontario Street, #196. Mississauga, ON L5A 4K4 (905)279-4906 Fax:(905)279-0381 Contact: Camiiie Atrache, General Manager TRIPLE M FIBERGLASS MFG. LTD.

3608-69 Ave. NW. Edmonton. AB T6B 2Y2

(780)465-0726 Fax:(780)466-9801 Contact: Bob Schaefer, Sales Manager

———^ TROJAN TECHNOLOGIES INC. 3020 Gore Rd.. London. ON N5V4T7

(519)457-3400 Fax:(519)457-3030 Web site: www.trojanuv.com ———' Trojan Technologies has 25 years of

m—

,

experience in UV disinfection and

irniSn treatment. Trojan specializes J in the design, manufacture and sale of ultraviolet disinfection systems for municipal wastewater, drinking water systems for resi dential, municipal and commercial use. Trojan also has products geared toward industrial systems and

USFILTER/WALLACE & TIERNAN

250 Royal Crest Court. Markham, ON L3R 3S1 (905)944-2800 Fax:(905)474-1660 Contact: George Matsugu, Marketing Manager VALVE & FILTER CORPORATION

5270 Marshall St., Arvada, CO 80002 USA

(303)425-4242 Fax:(303)425-0112 Contact: Sharon Drew. Marketing Director

most accepted groundwater sampling system, the Waterra Inertial Pump. Now with more than 15 years of experience in supplying groundwater monitoring equipment, our product line has expanded to include 0.45 micron inline disposable filters, water level me ters, oil/water interface meters, 12 volt submersible

pumps, disposable bailers, polyethylene and Teflon tubing in a broad range of sizes. Our experienced staff is ready to help you solve your groundwater monitoring problems.

WATERTRAX INC.

VANTON PUMP & EQUIPMENT CORP.

201 Sweetiand Ave., Hillside. NJ 07205-1793 USA

(908)688-4216 Fax:(908)686-9314 Contact: Larry Lewis. Sales Manager

601-1311 Howe St., Vancouver, BC V6Z2P3

(866)812-2233 Web site: www.watertrax.com

VERTEK

Applied Research Associates 415 Waterman Rd., S. Royalton, VT 05068 USA (802)763-8348 Fax:(802)763-8283 Contact: Laurie Tipton, Sales

environmental contaminant treatment.

Water Data Management. WaterTrax provides online software for managing water data. Consolidate op erational and water quality data in a secure and cen tralized database. Receive laboratory test results elec tronically. Screen data against standards. Receive alerts on water conditions. Prepare reports with a "click". Learn more at www.watertrax.com.

TROY ENVIRONMENTAL

121 Little Lake Penage Road Sitel 1. Box 11. Whitefish, ON POM 3E0 Phone/Fax:(705)866-5357 Contact: Ron Tait. Owner

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WESSUC INC.

An ^ S001 cenited company

1577 Coiborne St. RR 1. Brantford. ON N3T 5L4

VICTAULIC COMPANY OF CANADA

65 Worcester Road, Rexdale, ON MOW 5N7

TROY-ONTOR J Inc.

(416)675-5575 Fax:(416)675-5565 E-mail: vcocsalessupport@victauiic.com Web site: www.victaulic.com

WESTECH

Contact: Donald R. Jones. Sales Support Supv.

3625 South West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 USA (801)265-1000 Fax:(801)265-1080

TROY-ONTOR INC.

230 Bayview 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 Electric and pneumatic valve automation specialists

VIATRAN CORPORATION

E-maii: info@westech-inc.com

300 Industrial Dr., Grand island, NY 14072 USA

Web site: www.westech-inc.com

(716)773-1700 Fax:(716)773-2488 Contact: Bob Atwood, Sales Manager

Contact: Marshall Palm, Associate

for both new and retrofit installations with associated

Waterloo'

WesTech celebrates 30 years as an employee owned company. A leader in water and wastewater treat ment equipment design and implementation. WesTech is your independent source for Ciarifers, Oxidation Ditches, BNR Removal, Package Plants, Digestion Equipment, Solids Contact and DAF Ciarifiers. From Headworks to tertiary treatment and po table water, specify WesTech.

controls including Modbus. DeviceNet and Profibus. Diaphragm and check valves as well as a complete line of strainers including simplex, duplex and auto matic self cleaning. Representing: Auma, Valvcon, Crane and Raychem.

(519)856-1352 Fax:(519)856-0759

TSI INCORPORATED

Web site: www.waterioo-barrier.com

WESTECH INDUSTRIAL LTD.

500 Cardigan Road. Shoreview, MN 55126 USA (800)874-2811.(651)490-2811. Fax:(651)490-3824

Contact: Robin Jowett. Manager

240 Matheson Blvd. E., Mississauga, ON L4Z 1X1 (905)890-5265 Fax:(905)890-6213 Contact: Norman Williams. National Sales Manager

TTI, INC.

a structural wail for the excavaton of contaminated

P.O. Box1073,8LeroyRd..Wiiiiston,VT 05495 USA (802)863-0085 Fax:(802)863-1193 Contact: Duncan Adamson, Director of Marketing

soils. Formed of steel sheet piling with specially de signed sealable joints, it offers rapid, clean instaiiation, excellent QA/QC, high hydraulic performance and long service life.

L Barrier Inc.

WATERLOO BARRIER INC.

P.O. Box 385. Rockwood. ON NOB 2K0 E-mail: robin@waterioo-barrier.com

Waterloo Barrier® is used as a vertical containment

wall for the control of contaminated groundwater and

Waterloo Biofilter Systems Inc. on-sUc wastewater Ireatinent

8558 Katy Freeway, Suite 100, Houston, TX 77024 USA (713)461-2100 Fax:(713)461-2213 Contact: Richard Nevers, International Accts. Mgr. 80

(416)499-4421 Fax:(416)499-0816 Contact: liana Keyes, Marketing Coordinator

WATERLOO BIOFILTER SYSTEMS INC.

143 Dennis Street, Rockwood. ON ULTRAFLOTE CORP.

WILLER ENGINEERING LIMITED

422 Consumers Road. Toronto, ON M2J 1P8

TUTHILL VACUUM & BLOWER SYSTEMS

4840 West Kearney St.. Springfield, MO 65803-8702 USA (417)865-8715 Fax:(417)865-2950 Contact: M. Branstetter, Director, Sales & Marketing

WESTEEL LIMITED

PO Box 792 Stn Main, Winnipeg. MB R3C 2N5

NOB 2K0

WILLMS & SHIER

(519)856-0757 Fax:(519)856-0759 E-maii: craig@waterloo-biofliter.com

4 King St. West, Suite 900, Toronto, ON M5H 186

Web site: www.waterioo-biofilter.com

(416)863-0711 Fax:(416)863-1938

Contact: Craig Jowett, President

ENVIRONMENTAL LAWYERS

Contact: P. Douglas Petrie, Partner

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers YNC PIPE COUPLING INC.

WINDSOR PUMP CO LTD.

1-3495 Laird Rd., Mississauga, ON L5L5S5

1417-155 Baiiioi Street, Toronto, ON M4S 1C4

WINTERS INSTRUMENTS

(416)489-4090 Fax:(416)489-9632 Contact: Richard Troy, President

121 Railside Road, Toronto, ON MSA 1B2

Waferfor Ibc Wotid

(416)444-2345 Fax:(416)444-8979 Contact: Kent Bobbins, Nationai Saies Manager

ZENON ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

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3239 Dundas Street West, Oakviiie, ON L6M 4B2

(905)465-3030 Fax:(905)465-3050 E-maii: mstadnyc@zenonenv.com

WOLF EMAIL GMBH STORAGE TANKS

Industrie Strasse 6, Fieidenreichstein, Austria A-3860 +43286253187-25 Fax: +43286253187-20

Contact: Ctiristian Trutiiar, Sales Manager WYEVALE CONTAINMENT LTD.

PO Box 100, Wyevale, ON LOL 2T0 XP SOFTWARE,INC. 9 - 75 First Street, Suite 224,

Orangeviiie, ON L9W 5B6 (877)533-4533 Fax:(519)941-7966 E-maii: canada@xpsoftware.com Web site: www.xpsoftware.com

Web site: www.zenonenv.com

YORK FLUID CONTROLS LIMITED

2 Westwyn Court, Brampton, ON L6T 4T5 (877)454-6066 Fax:(905)454-8423 E-maii: saies@yorkfiuid.com Web site: www.yorkfiuid.com Contact: Mike Knapman, Saies Manager Liquid handiing speciaiists inciuding water/wastewater treatment pumps for siudge, chemicai feed/transfer applications. Pumps inciude: centrifugai, positive dispiacement, diaphragm, hose, peristaltic, gear, iobe.

Contact: Michael Stadnyoky], Marketing Manager Membrane technoiogies 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. ZORBIT TECHNOLOGIES INC.

2180 Dunwin Drive, #1, Mississauga, ON L5L 5M8 (905)607-4141 Fax:(905)607-1021

ZCL

Contact: Daniel Pebswortti, Senior

Contact: Meredith Bond, President

COMPOSITES INC.

Saies Executive

XP Software develops and markets a suite of easy to use water engineering software. Our compretiensive software includes products for both the design and analysis of storm and wastewater projects. We also offer spe cialized software including our GiS module for XPSWMM2000,and FiEGRAS/12D, our comprehensive civil package integrated with water resources.

ANNOUNCEMENT Vlctaulic names new president of Vlctaulic of Canada

ZCL COMPOSITES INC.

ZSI ENVIRONMENTAL

6907 - 36th Street NW, Edmonton, AB T6B 2Z6

3-1750 The Queensway, Unit 247, Toronto, ON

(800)661-8265,(780)466-6648 Fax: (780)466-6126 E-maii: richard.murphy@zci.com

M9C 5H5

Web site: www.zoi.com

Contacts: Ron Fink, National Operations Manager and Richard Murphy, Advertising Manager ZCL Composites Inc. is Canada's ieading manufac turer of fibergiass above ground and underground tanks, and oii/water separators for the safe storage of petroieum products, water, sewage, and some

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ZEBRA/REGENESIS

2365 Niagara Faiis Blvd., Niagara Fails, NY 14304

20 SHARP ROAD,BRANTFORD,ONTARIO N3T5L8

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TEL: (905) 619-3009 FAX: (905) 619-3638

Waste Water Treatment

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Gary Moore was named President of Vlctaulic Company of Canada, November

For more information, circle reply card No. 171

27, 2002.

In 2001, Moore was promoted to Vice President and General Manager for Vlctaulic Company of Canada, following his appointment as Vice President of Sales

Digester Cleaning,Dewatering,Dredging,Disposal Complete Services

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Manager In 1995 and Eastern Region Sales Manager In 1993.

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Vlctaulic Company of Canada provides complete mechanical pipe joining systems for grooved and plain end piping systems. Vlctaulic has also announced the appoint ment of Baljlt Virdee as Vice President, Foundry Operations. Based In Richmond Hill, Ontario, he will have responsibility for

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ES&E's Directory of Environmental Products & Services See "Suppliers" Section (pg. 67)for address, etc., of any company listed in this section. ACTIVATED CARBON

Probiotic Solutions

ADi Systems

Rosemount Analytical

ADSORBENTS

Sanitherm Engineering

Aqua Technical Sales - b,c

A.C. Carbone Canada

Smith & Loveless

Aquabiast - d

Royce Technologies Scott Specialty Gases

Anthrafiiter Media & Coal

Westech

Archer Technical Equip. - c

Shimadzu Scientitic

Bear Rental Tanks - a,b,c,d C&M Environmental - b,c

Calgon Carbon Canadawide Scientific

AIR DRYERS

Cartier Ctiemicais

Airsep

Clean Gas Systems

Arizona Instrument

CiearTech

Canadawide Scientific

ENV Treatment Systems

Firing industries Kaeser Compressors

Filter innovations Mabarex

Metcon Sales & Engineering

AIR EMISSIONS

Norit Americas

TESTING

ONDEO Degremont

Arizona instrument

Seneca Environmental

ENV Treatment Systems

Services

Environmental Devices ni inc.

Eco Systems - a,b,c,d EIMCD Process Equip. - b,c,d ENV Treatment Systems - b,c Fabricated Plastics - b,d

HZFiow Equipment - a Probiotic Solutions - a

Engineering Mixing Systems

Siemens Miiitronics

Regenesis - a

Omega Engineering

Siva Associates

Sewer-Matic Drain Service - a ProMinent Fluid Controls Service Filtration

Instruments

Summa Engineering USEiiter/Waiiace &Tiernan Products

ALTECH Technology Systems

Wilier Engineering

American Water Services

CHEMICALS

GL&V/Dorr-Qiiver

(sewage treatment)

ANTI-SCALE DEVICE

John Meunier/USFiiter

Bioprime

Env. Analytical Systems

Lystek international Markiand Specialty Eng.

Eagiebrook

Greatario - b,c,d HZFiow Equipment - a,c John Meunier/USFiiter - b,c Mabarex - a,b,c

Mixing Systems - c ONDEO Degremont

AQUIFERS

P.J. Hannah Equipment Probiotic Solutions

John Meunier/USFiiter MiOX

b. ciean-up c. design

BLOWERS

Norit Americas Probiotic Solutions

d. replenishmenf equip.

ABS Pumps

ProMinent Fluid Controls

CiearTech

A.C. Carbone Canada

Westech - b,c,d

Bear Rental Tanks - b

AWi

ALTECH Technology Systems

Wolf Email - b,d

international Water Supply

Amistco Separation Blue-Zone Technologies

ANALYTICAL EQUIPMENT ABB inc.

Canadawide Scientific

Acu-Troi

Canadawide Scientific Cartier Chemicals Devcon

Gator international Hazmasters

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems Kaeser Compressors Keystone Filter ONDEO Degremont Pneu-Tech Systems

CHEMICALS

(water treatment)

ARSENIC REMOVAL

HZFiow Equipment

CiearTech

ADI international

Hazmasters

CHEMetrics

Anaiyficai Measurements Arizona instrument

ASBESTOS

Ashtead Technology Rentals

a. removal

Norit Americas

Pneu-Tech Systems

Aquabiast - a

Praxair Canada

Sanitherm Engineering

NWS inspection

ProMinent Fluid Controls

CHEMetrics

Strobic Air

Stiles-Kem

CiearTech

Restoration Env.

Tower Safety Group

ABB inc.

Pigmalion Env. Services Zorbit Technologies

ADi International

Endress + Hauser

Contractors - a,b Tri-Phase Environmental

Geneq Hach

ATAD PROCESSING

John Meunier/USFiiter

John Meunier/USFiiter

Labcor

Mixing Systems

Blue-Zone Technologies

Mandei Scientitic

C&M Environmental

Metcon Sales & Engineering

BACKFLOW PREVENTION

Diffuser Express

Caigon Carbon Cancoppas Clean Gas Systems

MiDAC

The Birks Company

Nova Analytical Systems

BACTERIA (specify use)

Directrik

Novatech Controls

a. e-coli

Duali

ProMinent Fluid Controls

b. monitoring

ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

Prostar Technologies Quantum Analytical

c. pseudonomus, algae d. water quality

Rosemount Analytical

Can-Am instruments - d

Shimadzu Scientific

CiearTech - d

Firing Industries

Mabarex

HZFiow Equipment

Make-Way Plastics Mazzei injector Mixing Systems

John Meunier/USFilter Mabarex

Norit Americas

Parkson

Novatech Controls

Pneu-Tech Systems Premier Wastewater international

P.J. Hannah Equipment

Monarch instrument

insfruments

Westech industrial

CHLORINATIQN SYSTEMS

BOXES (meter, valve, service, etc.) The Birks Company

C&M Environmental CiearTech

Chlorinators inc. Clearwater Enviro Tech.

C&M Environmental

Eiex-Kieen

Systems

Acu-Troi

Air Force inc.

John Meunier/tJSFiiter

Tuthiii Vacuum & Blower

-a

ALTECH Technology Systems Amistco Separation

Fabricated Plastics Filter innovations

MiQX

Cancoppas

Norit Americas

HZEiow Equipment Hydro-Logic Env.

New York Blower

Pencon Equipment

Davis Controls

GOT Water Process

John Meunier/USFiiter

b. survey

Elemental Controls

Eiuidyne

Eagiebrook

Kaeser Compressors

Abcott Construction - a,b

CONTROL EQUIPMENT

Directrik

Hetek Solutions

Canadawide Scientific

M.J. International

Eco Systems ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Dynamics

Cartier Chemicals

Can-Am instruments

Loraday Env. Products

AERATION SYSTEMS

Duaii

Eco Systems ELMRIDGE Engineering

- a,c

AIR POLLUTION

AGS Pumps Aqua Technical Sales

CiearTech

a. artificial recharge

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering - b

Arcus Absorbents

Westech

York Fluid Controls

Westech industrial

AIR FILTERS

ADSORBENTS/ABSORBENTS

BIQSOLIOS MGMT.

Aiimax Professional Soiufions

Eiuidyne - c

3M Canada

Norit Americas

Mazzei injector Metcon Sales &

REGENERATORS

Metcon Sales & Engineering

Mabarex

Gator international - a

A.C. Carbone Canada American Water Services

Caigon Carbon

-a

GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver - b,c

Pencon Equipment - a

ACTIVATED CARBON

ENV Treatment Systems

CATCH BASIN

Endress + Hauser

COMPONENTS

indachem

Con Cast Pipe ENV Treatment Systems

John Meunier/USFiiter

Hanson Pipe & Products Paotec

Hach - a,b,d

Metcon Sales &

Engineering MiOX

Pigmalion Env. Services

P.J. Hannah Equipment

Stormdrain Solutions

ProMinent Fluid Controls

CEMENT

Summa Engineering

St. Lawrence Cement

USFiiter/Wailace & Tiernan

Sanitherm Engineering

Products

Hazmasters - b Mandei Scientific - d

CENTRIFUGES

ANALYZERS

Novatech Controls - d

Aqua Technical Sales

CLARIFIERS

ABB inc.

Bird Machine

Aqua Technical Sales

Acu-Troi

DNDEC Degremont - d Probiotic Solutions - a,d

Canadawide Scientific

C&M Environmental

Analytical Measurements

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Consolidated Giroux

Dagex

Dagex Eco Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

Analytical Technology

Pro-Environmental

Arizona Instrument

Purifies Env. Technologies

Canadawide Scientific

- a,b,c,d BIOFILTERS

Filter Innovations

F.B. Leopold

Aqua Technical Sales

Firing industries Flo Trend Systems

Eio Trend Systems

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

StrobicAir

Can-Am Instruments

Probiotic Solutions Sanitaire

TankSafe

Cancoppas

Brentwood industries

Wesfech industrial

Cascadia Instrumentation

C&M Environmental

Hydro-Logic Env.

ENV Treatment Systems

indachem

HZFiow Equipment Hydro-Logic Env.

CiearTech

HZFiow Equipment

international Reserve

international Reserve

Davis Controls

John Meunier/USFiiter

Sanitherm Engineering

Wilier Engineering

Smith & Loveless Westech

AIR STRIPPERS

Clean Gas Systems

CHEMetrics

Elemental Controls

Equipment

GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver

Equipment

Mabarex

John Meunier/USFiiter

John Meunier/USFiiter

Mandei Scientific

Mabarex

M. LeBlanc & Associates

AEROBIC DIGESTION

Duaii

Endress + Hauser

ADi Systems

Fabricated Plastics

Hyatt industries

ONDEO Degremont Pro Aqua + Shadrack

C&M Environmental

Filter innovations

isco

Pro-Environmental

DNDED Degremonf Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Sanitherm Engineering

NWS inspection ONDEO Degremont Parkson

Met-Pro

Eco Systems

GDT Water Process

John Meunier/USFiiter

Sanitherm Engineering

ENV Treatment Systems H2E10W Equipment

Mazzei injector Sanitherm Engineering

Mandei Scientific

Smith & Loveless

Metcon Sales & Engineering

Waterloo Biofiiter Systems

CHEMICAL MIXERS

Hetek Solutions

Seneca Environmental

MiDAC

Westech

CiearTech

P.J. Hannah Equipment

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Novatech Controls

BIOREMEOIATION

Eco Systems ELMRIDGE Engineering

Mabarex

ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS

Omega Engineering

a. sediment

Firing industries

RGF Environmental Group

ONDEO Degremont

a. compressors

ONDEO Degremont

indachem

Sanitaire

Premier Wastewater international

b. covers

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Airsep - a ALTECH Technology

international Reserve

Smith & Loveless

c.

Prostar Technologies

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

d. tanks

John Meunier/USFiiter

Services

Kaldnes North America

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Nova Analytical Systems

Quantum Analytical

Systems - a

Equipment

C3 Environmental - a

John Meunier/USFiiter

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Westech Wolf Email

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d. management

Canadawide Scientific

Westech

3E Company - d

John Meunier/USFIIter Lahcor

Control Microsystems Env. Analytical Systems - a

The Maple Relnders Group

b. lagoon c. ponds

GESCAN - a

CONTRACT OPERATIONS

Hazmasters - a

American Water Services

CONVEYORS

d. products 8. sludge

Levitt-Satety - a RACO Manufacturing - a

I.P.F. Associates

Aqua Technical Sales

John Meunier/USFIIter

C&M Environmental

- a,b,c,e Aquablast - a,b,c,d,e Bear Rental Tanks - b,c,e

COMPARATORS

CONTROL EQUIPMENT

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems

Canadawide Scientific

a. flow

Firing Industries

Bristol Bahcock - a,h,c,d

h. level

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env.

Campbell Scientific - c

CLEANING

a. digester

American Water Services

Allmax Professional

Solutions - a,h,d Amadeus Software

Solutions - a,h,d

Ashtead Technology Rentals - c

Metcon Sales &

Engineering ONDEO Degremont

Sanltherm Engineering Smith & Loveless

Westech

Cartler Chemicals - d

COMPOSTING

c.

Can-Am Instruments - c,d

DIALERS

Flo Trend Systems - b,e

American Water Services

d. pressure

I.P.F. Associates

Cancoppas - a,h,c,d

Sewer-Matic Drain Service

Eco Systems H2FI0W Equipment PJ. Hannah Equipment

Cascadia Instrumentation

a. microprocessor h. synthesized voice

- a,b,c,e CLEARWELL EQUIPMENT

motor

e. pump

John Meunler/USFilter

f. temperature ABB Inc. - a,h,d,f ABS Pumps - h,e

LADEN Steel Fabricators

Control Microsystems

M. LeBlanc & Associates

- a,h,c,d Davis Controls - a,h,c,d Endress + Hauser - a,h,c,d

Envlronetlcs

COMPRESSED GASES

Acu-Trol - a,b,c,d,e,f

Parkson

Layfleld Geosynthetlcs RJ. Hannah Equipment

Air LIqulde

Bristol Bahcock - a,h,c,d,e,f

Demesa

Canadawide Scientific - f

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

Praxair Canada

Can-Am Instruments - a,h

Scott Specialty Gases

Cancoppas - a,h,c,d,e,f Cascadia Instrumentation

COAGULATION SYSTEMS

ALTECH Technology Systems Aqua Technical Sales Bloprlme Indachem

John Meunier/USFIIter Maharex

Metcon Sales & Engineering ONDEO Degremont ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Sanltherm Engineering

COMPRESSORS

Eco Systems ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

Kaeser Compressors Levitt-Safety Pencon Equipment Seneca Environmental Services

Smith & Loveless

d. automatic alarm Acu-Trol - a

Can-Am Instruments - a,h

Cancoppas- a,h Metcon Sales &

Engineering

COOLING TOWERS/

Geneq - c

- a,h,c

CONDENSERS

GESCAN

Millennium Control - a

ELMRIDGE Engineering

RACO Manufacturing - h Siva Associates - d

Summa Engineering - a,h

Chlorlnators Inc. - a

I.P.F. Associates

John Meunier/USFIIter

Lahcor-c

Control Microsystems - a,h,d,f CORROSION Davis Controls - a,h,c,d,e,f DIrectrIk - e

c. tape

GemTeck Env. Software - d

ClearTech - a,h

PREVENTION

Metcon Sales & Engineering DISINFECTIDN EQUIP.

- a,h,c,d Millennium Control - a,h,c,d

Aqua Technical Sales

Endress + Hauser - a,h,d,e,f

Denso North America

Monarch Instrument - a,b,c

C&M Environmental

ENV Treatment Systems - a,h Env. Analytical Systems - a,h

ENV Treatment Systems

Omega Engineering - a,c Purifies Env. Technologies

Cancoppas

GESCAN - c,e

Hohas Pipe USA Interprovinclal Corrosion

COMPUTERS &

Blastal Coatings

CONTROL SYSTEMS

ITT Flygt - a,h,e John Meunier/USFIIter - a,h

C3 Environmental

a. hardware

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

Denso North America

h. programmable

L.E. Washington Sales - c,e Metcon Sales & Engineering

controllers

Env. Analytical Systems - a,c

Hetek Solutions - a,h,c,d Isco - a,c

- a,h,d

COATINGS

Interprovinclal Corrosion

- a,h,c,d

Maharex

Fabricated Plastics

- a,h,c,d

Chlorlnators Inc.

ClearTech

RACO Manufacturing - a,c

Eco Systems

Renaissance Instruments - c

ENV Treatment Systems

I.P.F. Associates

Schneider Electric - a

GOT Water Process

ITW Devcon Engineered

Siva Associates-a,h,c

H2F10W Equipment

Sollnst Canada - a,c

Indachem

Control

Coatings

c. SCADA d. software e. web sites

- a,h,d,e NWS Inspection Millennium Control - a,h,c,d,e,f Pipeline Seal & Insulator Omega Engineering - a,h,d,f Royal Env. Systems

Summa Engineering - a,c

John Meunier/USFIIter

TTI Inc. - c

Maharex

Acu-Trol - b

ONDEO Degremont

DECHLORINATORS

Wolf Email

Allmax Professional

Power Plant Supply - c,e Pressure Systems - h

COLLECTORS

ALTECH Technology

Control

ITW Devcon Engineered Coatings NWS Inspection

Solutions - d Ahcott Construction C&M Environmental

ENV Treatment Systems GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

H2FI0W Equipment

Systems - a,h,c,d,e Amadous Software Solutions - d

Bristol Bahcock - a,b,c,d,e Control Microsystems

Parkson

- h,c,d Davis Controls - h,c,d

Restoration Env. Contractors

Env. Analytical Systems

COMBINED SEWER

GemTeck Env. Software - d

John Meunier/USFIIter

- a,h,d,e OVERFLOW EQUIPMENT

GESCAN - a,h,c,d

Archer Technical Equipment

GreenWare Env. Systems

Acu-Trol

(digester, etc.)

C&M Environmental

Mixing Systems

ProMlnent Fluid Controls - a,e Ahcott Construction

Cancoppas

Ozonia

Purifies Env. Technologies

Chlorlnators Inc.

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

Revere Control Systems - e

Rosemount Analytical Schneider Electric - c

. Scott Specialty Gases - a,d

ClearTech

PJ. Hannah Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack

ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Cleaning Systems

Eco Systems

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

Siemens Milltronlcs - a,h,d,e,f Greatarlo Siva Associates - a,b,d,f H2FI0W Equipment

Southwell Controls - a,h,c,d, e.f

Sterling Power Systems - c Summa Engineering

Harnols Industries John Meunier/USFIIter

MSU MIsslssauga The BIrks Company

The BIrks Company - a,h,d,e

CULVERTS

Kontron - a

Hetek Solutions

Millennium Control

TTI Inc. - a,f Vlatran - h,d

a. polyethylene h. precast reinforced

Hydro-Logic Env.

- a,h,c,d,e

Omega Engineering - a,h

John Meunier/USFIIter

Purifies Env. Technologies

M. LeBlanc & Associates

- a,h,c,d,e

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

Westech Industrial - h

Summa Engineering Troy Environmental

USFIIter/Wallace & TIernan

Smith & Loveless

USFIIter/Wallace & TIernan Products

Products DECOMMISSIONING

concrete

Ahcott Construction

DREDGES/DREDGING

Aquablast

International Water Supply Restoration Env. Contractors TrI-Phase Environmental

Consolidated GIroux DIrectrIk

Prohlotic Solutions DRILLING SERVICES

DEGRIHERS

International Water Supply

ABS Pumps

Armtec - a,c,d

Aqua Technical Sales

Sonic Soil Sampling

Air LIqulde

Con Cast Pipe - h

C&M Environmental

Bristol Bahcock Can-Am Instruments

Hanson Pipe & Products

Revere Control Systems

Cancoppas

COMMINUTORS/GRINDERS

Schneider Electric - h,c

DIrectrIk

Allweller Pumps

Siva Associates - d

Eckel Industries

Aqua Technical Sales

Summa Engineering

ENV Treatment Systems F.B. Leopold

- a,b|C,d

Sanltherm Engineering

Metcon Sales & Engineering PJ. Hannah Equipment Summa Engineering The BIrks Company

d. rellning

PJ. Hannah Equipment Sanltherm Engineering

C&M Environmental

Purifies Env. Technologies

John Meunier/USFIIter

CONTROL PANELS

RACO Manufacturing

- h,c

Indachem

American Water Services

c. steel fabricated

Parkson

- h,c,d

MlOX

Eco Systems

C&M Environmental

Hetek Solutions - a

Isco

Engineering

COVERS/ENCLOSURES

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment

-d

Metcon Sales &

DIrectrIk

DRINKING WATER

TREATMENT EQUIPMENT

Hohas Pipe USA - h,d

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems

Scarborough Supply - a

Flo Trend Systems

Acu-Trol

Fluldyne

ADI International

-h

A.C. Carhone Canada

CUSTOM METAL

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

FABRICATING

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env.

ALTECH Technology Systems Aqua Technical Sales AWI

Firing Industries

Thales Computers - a

GESCAN

GL&V/Dorr-Cllver

XP Software - d

in Flygt

Alloy Fabricators of New England

John Meunler/USFilter

LADEN Steel Fabricators

American Structures

Maharex

C&M Environmental

Metcon Sales & Engineering

Calgon Carbon

JWC Environmental

Millennium Control

Berlle Technologies ENV Treatment Systems

Novatech Controls

I.P.F. Associates

PJ. Hannah Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

CONTRACTING

Omega Engineering

LADEN Steel Fabricators

Smith & Loveless

Clearwater Enviro Tech.

Ahcott Construction

Positive Solutions

Makloc Buildings

Westech

EIMCO Process Equip.

COMMUNICATIONS

C3 Environmental

MSU MIsslssauga

a. equipment

Focus Environmental

Purifies Env. Technologies Revere Control Systems

DEHUMIDIFIERS

ENV Treatment Systems

Bristol Bahcock - a

International Water Supply

Siva Associates

DATA

Dectron

Canadian Safety Equip. - a Con-Space Communications

I.P.F. Associates

Southwell Controls

a. acquisition

Filter Innovations GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

Restoration Env.

Sterling Power Systems Summa Engineering

h. analysis

DEMINERALIZERS

H2FI0W Equipment

c. loggers

Aqua Technical Sales

Hach

Maharex

CONTAINER SERVICES

PJ. Hannah Equipment

Bear Rental Tanks

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

Contractors

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ClearTech

Endress + Hauser

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John Meunier/USFIIter

ASSESSMENTS &

Keystone Filter Mandel Scientific

REMEDIATION Abcott Construction C3 Environmental

Metcon Sales &

Enter Innovations

Mabarex

Engineering

Mefiag Metcon Sales & Engineering

NWS Inspection ONDEO Degremont

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Orival Water Eilters

MS Eilter

Parkson

FLOW METERS

Tower Safety Group

Norit Americas

PCI Membrane Systems

Aaliant

TTI Inc.

ONDEO Degremont

RGE Environmental Group

ABB Inc.

USEIIter/Wallace & Tiernan

Asbtead Technology

Total Safety ni Inc.

Team-1 Environmental Services

Total Safety

Eocus Environmental

Orival Water Filters

Sanitberm Engineering

MlOX

Hetek Solutions

PCI Membrane Systems

Service Filtration

M. LeBlancS Associates

Purifies Env. Tecbnologles

MS Filter Norit Americas

Restoration Env.

Pigmalion Env. Services Pumps & Systems

Setbco Smith & Loveless

Pureflow Eiltration

Novatech Controls

Sonic Soli Sampling

Rain for Rent

Troy-Ontor Waterra Pumps

ONDEO Degremont PCI Membrane Systems P.J. Hannab Equipment

Spill Management Team-1 Environmental

RGE Environmental Group Sanitberm Engineering Service Filtration

Zenon Environmental

Praxair Canada

The Maple Reinders Group

Troy-Ontor

FIRE PROTECTION &

Davis Controls

Mabarex

Westecb

DETECTION SYSTEMS

Dynasonics

Power Plant Supply

BW Technologies Canadian Safety Equip. Cancoppas

Endress + Hauser

GAUGES

ENV Treatment Systems

Cbemline Plastics

Contractors

Services

Pro Aqua + Shadrack ProMinent Fluid Controls

EROSION CONTROL

Rentals AWI

Products

Westecb Industrial

Wilier Engineering

C&M Environmental Can-Am Instruments

GATES (shear, sluice,

Cancoppas

etc.)

Westecb

Cascadia Instrumentation

Armtec

York Fluid Controls

Cbemline Plastics

ClearTech

BNW Valve Mfg. ENV Treatment Systems

Controlotron

H. Fontaine

Setbco

Purifies Env. Tecbnologles

PRODUCTS

Smith & Loveless

Armtec

FILTER MEDIA/

Stiles-Kern

Belton Industries

MAINTENANCE

Summa Engineering

Layfleld Geosynthetics

3M Canada

Hazmasters

Env. Analytical Systems

Davis Controls

Troy Environmental

Probiotic Solutions

A.C. Carbone Canada

Levitt-Safety

Hach

Labcor

USEilterAWallace &Tlernan

Royal Env. Systems Spill Killer Env.

Alar Engineering

Novatech Controls

Hetek Solutions

Siva Associates

Amistco Separation

Total Safety

Intek

TankSafe

UltraTecb International

Antbrafilter Media & Coal

Aqua Technical Sales

FLOCCULATORS/MIXERS

AWI

Aqua Technical Sales

Isco John Meunier/USFIIter J-tec Associates

in Elygt

Products Westecb

Zenon Environmental EVAPORATORS

Elster Metering

GENERATORS - electrical

DRUM COMPACTORS

a. wastewater

ClearTech

Canadawlde Scientific

Labcor

ENV Treatment Systems

ALTECH Technology

Eco Systems

Directrik

Mandel Scientific

GEOTEXTILES

EIMCO Process Equip.

Eco Systems

Marsb-McBirney

Armtec

OUST COLLECTION

Systems - a Aqua Pure Ventures - a

ENV Treatment Systems

Abcott Construction

Eco Systems - a

FB. Leopold

ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

Metcon Sales & Engineering

Belton Industries CETCO

ENV Treatment Systems Modutank

Air Force Inc.

H2FI0W Equipment - a

Filter Innovations

Firing Industries

Omega Engineering ONDEO Degremont

ALTECH Technology Systems

John Meunier/USEIIter - a

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Cascadia Instrumentation

RGF Environmental Group

Flo Trend Systems H2FI0W Equipment

Hayward Gordon

Renaissance Instruments

Clean Gas Systems

-a

Duall

Hazmasters

Indachem

Scott Specialty Gases

GRIT COLLECTION

International Water Supply

John Meunier/USFIIter

Siemens Milltronics

Aqua Technical Sales

Mabarex

Siva Associates

C&M Environmental

Southwell Controls

Dagex

Summa Engineering Total Safety

Eco Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

FANS

Environmental Devices

Duall

John Meunier/USEIIter Kaldnes North America

Flex-Kleen

Eco Systems

Mabarex

Hazmasters

Eabricated Plastics

Mefiag

Mixing Systems ONDEO Degremont Pro Aqua + Shadrack

P.J. Hannab Equipment Pneu-Tecb Systems

New York Blower

Norit Americas

Smith & Loveless

TTI Inc.

Strobic Air

ONDEO Degremont

Statiflo

USEilter/Wallace & Tiernan

Pigmalion Env. Services

Westecb

Wolf Email York Fluid Controls

Wilier Engineering

Restoration Env. Contractors

Products

Directrik

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

H2EI0W Equipment

Hydro-Logic Env.

FEEDERS (chemical) Cancoppas

Service Filtration

EOUCTORS Antbrafilter Media & Coal

ClearTech

Stormdrain Solutions

FLUMES

Mabarex

Cbemline Plastics

Directrik

Westecb

FLOORING

Aqua Technical Sales

Parkson

ELMRIDGE Engineering

Eco Systems

Zenon Environmental

Wolf Email

Can-Am Instruments

GDT Water Process

ELMRIDGE Engineering

PHOENIX Process Equip. P.J. Hannab Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Setbco

John Meunier/USFIIter

Cascadia Instrumentation

Insitu Contractors

Eiring Industries

FILTERS

FLOTATION SYSTEMS

Eco Systems

Mazzei Injector

Indachem

3M Canada

ENV Treatment Systems

Sanitberm Engineering

Service Eiltration

Metcon Sales &

A.C. Carbone Canada

Aqua Technical Sales Baycor Fibre Tech

Env. Analytical Systems

Smith & Loveless

Performance Fiuid

Fabricated Plastics John Meunier/USEIIter

Westecb

EJECTORS

Engineering a. sewage

Equipment

Alar Engineering

C&M Environmental

Amistco Separation

EIMCO Process Equip.

Aqua Technical Sales

ENV Treatment Systems

Metcon Sales & Engineering

GROUNDWATER

C&M Environmental

FB. Leopold

Renaissance Instruments

Cancoppas Dagex Eco Systems

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

Summa Engineering

MONITORING Allmax Professional

H2FI0W Equipment Hydrocal

GAS DETECTION

Env. Analytical Systems

Hydro-Logic Env.

Analytical Technology

GemTeck Env. Software

John Meunier/USFIIter

Arizona Instrument

Geneq

Mabarex

Asbtead Technology Rentals

Hach

F.B. Leopold

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Filter Innovations

ONDEO Degremont

BW Technologies Canadian Safety Equip.

ABS Pumps - a Eco Systems - a ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems - a in Elygt - a

Sanitberm Engineering Summa Engineering

Ecofluid USBE

Smith & Loveless - a

FILTER EQUIPMENT

ENV Treatment Systems

3M Canada

Fabricated Plastics

ELECTRIC MOTORS

Air Force Inc.

EED Solutions

Alar Engineering

USFilterAWallace & Tiernan Products

Solutions

Hetek Solutions

International Water Supply Pressure Systems

GESCAN

Amistco Separation

Flex-Kleen

Parkson

Can-Am Instruments

LE. Washington Sales Sterling Power Systems

Anderson Water Systems Aqua Technical Sales

Flo Trend Systems

Sandborn Roofs

Cancoppas

Solinst Canada

Sanitberm Engineering

Cascadia Instrumentation

Sonic Soil Sampling

Berlie Technologies

H2FI0W Equipment Hayward Gordon

Chlorinators Inc.

Total Safety

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

C&M Environmental

Hazmasters

Demesa

Waterra Pumps

3E Company

Dagex

Hydro-Logic Env.

Abcott Construction

Eco Systems

International Reserve

Fielding Chemical

EIMCO Process Equip.

Equipment

Westecb FLOW METER

ENMET

CALIBRATION

Env. Analytical Systems

GROUNDWATER

ABB Inc.

Geneq

REMEDIATION/

EOUIPMENT

Harold Marcus

ENV Treatment Systems

International Water Supply

AWI

Hazmasters

Levitt-Safety

F.B. Leopold

John Meunier/USEIIter

C&M Environmental

Hetek Solutions

A.C. Carbone Canada

Restoration Env. Contractors

Eilter Innovations

Kaeser Compressors

Can-Am Instruments

Labcor

ADI International

Sewer-Matic Drain Service

Flo Trend Systems

Keystone Filter

Cancoppas

Levitt-Safety

Airsep

Spill Killer Env.

GDT Water Process

Mabarex

Controlotron

Metcon Sales & Engineering

ALTECH Technology

H2FI0W Equipment

Mandel Scientific

Endress + Hauser

MIDAC

International Reserve

McTighe Industries Mefiag

Hetek Solutions

Nova Analytical Systems

Bear Rental Tanks

J-tec Associates

Novatech Controls

03 Environmental

John Meunier/USFIIter

Metcon Sales & Engineering

Metcon Sales &

Partners In Safety

Calgon Carbon

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Keystone Filter

Prostar Technologies

Cover-All Building Systems

CAES Career Advancement

Mabarex

M. LeBlanc & Associates MS Eilter

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Scott Specialty Gases

ELMRIDGE Engineering

Mandel Scientific

Norit Americas

Renaissance Instruments

Siva Associates

Eilter Innovations

Team-1 Environmental Services

Zenon Environmental

Employment Services

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INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

Geneq

PRODUCTS

H2FI0W Equipment

Cartler Chemicals

Insltu Contractors

Env. Analytical Systems

Met-Pro

MIDAC

Modutank

Scott Specialty Gases Total Safety TSI Incorporated

ONDEO Degremont Parkson

Pneu-Tech Systems INFORMATION

Purifies Env. Tectmologies

RESOURCES

Sanltherm Engineering Total Safety Unified Pump Technologies

Templegate

Waterloo Barrier Westech

Willms + Shier

Metcon Sales &

Engineering - c,n,s,u Novatech Controls - c,d,g,l, Omega Engineering - a,b, QT

Solutions

Environmental Lawyers

BSI Management Systems

Engineering ONDEO Degremont Pureflow Filtration

Sanltherm Engineering Smith & Loveless Stiles-Kem Westech

GemTeck Env. Software

LEVEL CONTROLS

GreenWare Env. Systems

Bristol Babcock Can-Am Instruments

MARKETING

Cancoppas

CONSULTANT

Standards Council of Canada

GreenOaks Communica

Praxair Canada - b

(analytical)

Markland Specialty Eng.

INSTRUMENTATION

Pressure Systems - g

Metcon Sales &

a. air velocity

Quantum Analytical - c Rosemount Analytical

Abcott Construction Allmax Professional

c. dissolved oxygen monitors d. dust Indicators

e. dynamometers f. geotechnlcal g. groundwater

monitoring h. meteorological

k. pilot tubes I.

rental

Amistco Separation - g

m. repair

Aquablast - a,b

n. scales

Clean Harbors Canada - c

0. sludge blanket level

Emergency Film Group - e

control

p. smoke Indicators & alarms

Focus Environmental - b

Gator International -a,b,c,d,e, f.g

Power Budd LLP

Amadous Software

-0

LLP

AGL Marketing

I. mobile lab equipment ). particle generators

Filter Innovations - g

ALTECH Technology Systems

Davis Controls

g. treatment

American Structures

Mandel Scientific - c,n,s,u Markland Specialty Eng.

Metcon Sales &

Endress + Hauser

3E Company - a,b,c,d,e,f,g Abcott Construction - c,d Alrsep - g

Gowling Lafleur Henderson

LABORATORIES

a. collection

disposal management storage training transfer facility

LEGAL SERVICES

MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

ONDEO Degremont - u Partners In Safety - b,m,s,t

aboutREMEDIATIDN.com

b. calibration

b. c. d. e. f.

ISO 14000 ENV.

p,q,s,u

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

HAZARDOUS WASTE

Labour - a,b,c,g,m,n,p,q,r,u Levitt-Safety - a.b,c,d,l,p,s,u

q. systems & control r.

Engineering

tions MEASUREMENT

Millennium Control

SYSTEMS

Fielding Chemical

Siemens Milltronlcs

a. charge

John Meunier/USFIIter

Trans-Cycle Industries

Siva Associates Westech industrial

c. conductivity

Siemens Mllltronlcs - n,o

LABORATORY SUPPLIES

LIME SLAKERS

e. ORP

Siva Associates - all

Analytical Measurements

C&M Environmental

f.

Sollnst Canada - c,f,g,l

Canadawlde Scientific

Eco Systems

Summa Engineering

ClearTech

Firing Industries

g. peroxide h. pH

Hach

John Meunier/USFIIter

i.

The BIrks Company - k,u

Labcor

Metcon Sales &

TSI Incorporated - a,d,j TTI Inc. - b,q,r

Mandel Scientific

Scott Specialty Gases

Engineering Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

j. other ABB Inc. - c,e,h,l Acu-Trol - b,c,e,h,l

- c,g,q,u

Royce Technologies - c,o Scott Specialty Gases - s

Solutions

d. dioxide

Sensorex - c

- a,c,o,q,u

USFilter/Wallace & TIernan Products - u

Vlatran - q Westech Industrial - c,d,g,p, s,u

Wilier Engineering - a,j,r Winters Instruments - b,m,q,r

thermometers

b. chlorine

Spill Killer Env. Systems Plus

USFIIter/Wallace & TIernan Products

ozone

water

Alldos - b,e,f,g,h Analytical Measurements - e,h

Westech

Analytical Technology

b. construction

LINERS

- b,c,d,e, f,g,h,l Ashtead Technology

c. gas compressors

a. installation equipment

Rentals

d. leachate treatment

Abcott Construction

- a,c,e,h,l

LANDFILL a. closure

Campbell Scientific

LADEN Steel Fabricators - d

s. toxiclty monitors

INSURANCE

t.

a. environmental

e. operations AlrLlqulde-c

CETCO

Makloc Buildings -d ONDEO Degremont - g

u. turbldlmeters

b. professional liability

Bear Rental Tanks - d

Pactec

Canadawlde Scientific

Partners In Safety - e PCB Disposal - a,b,c,d,e,f,g Plldysb Technologies - o,g

ABB Inc. - c,m,q,u

AIG Environmental - a,b

Belton Industries

Acu-Trol -c Allmax Professional

DPIC Companies - a,b

- a,b,c,d,e Calgon Carbon - d

Pildysh Technologies Provincial Tank Lining and Inspections

Can-Am Instruments

PPI Modular Structures - d

Solutions - g Analytical Technology - c,u

CETCO - a,d

Spill Killer Env. - a

Cancoppas - b,e,h,l Cascadia Instrumentation

Restoration Env. Contractors -c

SEI Industries - a,b,c,d,e,f,g Sewer-Matic Drain Service

- a,b,c,d,f,g

Spill Management-e Summit Structures

- a,b,c,d,e,f,g TankSafe - a,d

tube settlers

Pro-Form Insurance Services

- a,b

Layfield Geosynthetics - a

- c,e,h,l

- b,c,e,g,h,l - b,c,e,f,h,l

Eco Systems - c,d

STANMECH Technologies - a

Arizona Instrument - l,m

ION EXCHANGE SYSTEMS

Greatario - d

Trans Environmental Systems

Ashtead Technology Rentals a,c,d,f,g,h,k,l, p,q,

ADI International

H2FI0W Equipment - d

Anderson Water Systems

Hetek Solutions - a Mabarex - d

LOCATORS (piping, etc.)

Controlotron -1

Aqua Technical Sales

Hetek Solutions

Bristol Babcock - b,q BW Technologies - s

ENV Treatment Systems

Met-Pro - d

Interprovincial Corrosion

Davis Controls - h,l Demesa - b,c,e,h,i

Filter innovations

Mixing Systems - d

Campbell Scientific - a,b,c,

Mandel Scientific

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Metcon Sales & Engineering ONDEO Degremont

r,s,u

h,m

Team-1 Environmental Services - e

Canadawlde Scientific

Trans-Cycle Industries -a,b,c, d.f.g

Can-Am Instruments

UltraTecb International - d

Cancoppas - a,b,c,d,l,m,

- a,c,l,n,r,u

Control

Elemental Controls - j

Sensors & Software

Endress + Hauser - b,c,d, e,h,l

MSU Misslssauga - d

LUBRICANTS

ENV Treatment Systems - f

Smith & Loveless

Pactec - a

Lubrication Engineers of

Env. Analytical Systems

Westech

Parkson - d

-d

Canada

Pencon Equipment - c

- c,l,m,o,u o,p,q,s,u

- c,e,h

ClearTech - b,c,e,h

IRON REMOVAL PLANTS C&M Environmental

- b,c,e,f,h,l GDT Water Process-e,f Hach - b,c,d,e,f,g,h,l

P.J. Hannah Equipment - d

MAINTENANCE HOLE

Purifies Env. Technologies

a. accessories

Hazmasters - h

b. separators

Indachem - e

Ram Lining Systems

C&M Environmental - b

Isco - b,c,e,h

Sewer-MatIc Drain Service

Canadian Safety Equip. - a

Eco Systems

CHEMetrics - c,u Chlorlnators Inc. - q

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment International Water Supply

International Reserve

ClearTech - c,o,u

John Meunier/USFIIter

Hanson Pipe & Products - b

Labcor - b,c,e,h,l Levitt-Safety - b,f,h,l Mandel Scientific - c,h,l

Control Microsystems - q

Mabarex

LEAK DETECTION

Hazmasters - a

Metcon Sales &

I.P.F. Associates

Davis Controls - c,o,q

a. devices

MSU Misslssauga - a

John Meunier/USFIIter

Metcon Sales & Engineering ONDEO Degremont

b. services

Royal Env. Systems - a

MIDAC-j

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Arizona Instrument - a

Tanks-A-Lot-b

Monarch Instrument

Smith & Loveless

BW Technologies - a

Tower Safety Group - a

Can-Am Instruments - a

Wolf Email - a

Novatech Controls -a,b,c,

HEAT EXCHANGERS C&M Environmental DIrectrIk

Equipment

Cascadia Instrumentation

- a,k,o

Mabarex

Demesa - b,c,d,f,g,l,m,s,u Dynasonlcs -1

Pneu-Tech Systems

Elemental Controls -1,1

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Endress + Hauser

Pro-Environmental Ruffneck Heaters HOSES

ENV Treatment Systems Spill Killer Env. York Fluid Controls INCINERATOR SYSTEMS/

EQUIPMENT

Aqua Technical Sales

-d

-d

Can-Am Instruments - b

Eng. - b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i

- c,h,j d,e,f,g,h,l,i

IRON REMOVAL SYSTEMS

Controlotron - a,b

ENMET - s

C&M Environmental

Davis Controls - a

MAINTENANCE HOLES

ONDEO Degremont - h

Env. Analytical Systems - a,b,c,d,g,h,o,s,u F.B. Leopold - q Firing Industries - d Fluorosense - g Geneq - a,b,c,f,g,h,m,n,r,u GESCAN-q

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems

Firing Industries - a

Con Cast Pipe Hanson Pipe & Products

Quantum Analytical

Hetek Solutions - a

Filter Innovations

Levitt-Safety - a,b

Hobas Pipe USA

GOT Water Process

Modutank - a

Tanks-A-Lot

Rosemount Analytical - b,c,e,f,h,l,j

H2FI0W Equipment

Monarch Instrument - a

Westech Industrial

John Meunler/USFilter

Nova Analytical Systems

Wolf Email

Hach - c,g,o,r,s,u Hetek Solutions â&#x2013; b,g,m,s

Mazzei Injector Metcon Sales & Engineering

- b,c,m,o,q,r,u

Mabarex

MANGANESE REMOVAL

SYSTEMS

Eco Waste Solutions

Intek - a

ONDEO Degremont

Praxair Canada - a,b

AWI

GL&V/Dorr-Dliver

Isco -1

Pureflow Filtration

John Meunler/USFilter

John Meunier/USFIIter

Sanltherm Engineering

Prostar Technologies - a Troy-Ontor - a

Met-Pro

J-tec Associates - a,b,e,

Smith & Loveless

TSI Incorporated - a

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment

Pro-Environmental

k,m,q

Westech

Westech Industrial - a

John Meunier/USFIIter

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Sensorex - c,e,h Siva Associates - e,h

Sollnst Canada - c,h,l,j

-a

Novatech Controls - a,b Omega Engineering - a

- c,e,h

Southwell Controls

- c,e,h,l

Summa Engineering - a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h The BIrks Company - b Westech Industrial - b,c,e,

h, 1,1

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Guide to Environmental Products & Services MECHANICAL

TRANSMISSION EQUIP.

Power Plant Supply

Sterling Power Systems

Siva Associates -a,b,d,e,

f.g.h, i,j,k

Summa Engineering - a,b,e,h,j TSi incorporated - a

Geneq

Sanitherm Engineering

Westech

Mazmasters

Strobic Air

ZCL Composites

MZFiow Equipment Mydrocai

OXYGEN SUPPLY

John Meunier/USFiiter

SYSTEMS

KSB Pumps

Make-Way Plastics

in Fiygt

Summa Engineering

Levitt-Safety

TankSafe USFilter/Waiiace & Tiernan

Metcon Sales &

Engineering

Mydro-Logic Env.

ALTECH Technology

METERS (service &

Monarch Instrument

Systems Aqua Technical Sales

installation)

Nova Analytical Systems

OIL CLEAN-UP

Air Liquids Airsep Aqua Technical Sales

ABB inc.

Novatech Controls

EQUIPMENT

C3 Environmentai

C&M Environmental

C&M Environmentai

Bear Rental Tanks

Levitt-Safety

Cancoppas

Can-Am instruments

Partners in Safety Prostar Technologies

Filter Innovations

Mazzei Injector

Mixing Systems

Cover-All Building Systems

Controiotron

RACO Manufacturing

Gator international

Novatech Controls

M. LeBianc & Associates

ONDEO Degremont P.J. Mannah Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack RGF Environmentai Group

MEMBRANES

Products

Mabarex Metcon Saies &

Engineering Met-Pro

Dense North America

Eister Metering

Rosemount Analytical

M2FI0W Equipment

Ozonia

ENV Treatment Systems

Endress + Mauser

Scott Specialty Gases

Mazmasters

Praxair Canada

Filter innovations

Metek Solutions

Siva Associates

Levitt-Safety

Total Safety

Mabarex

John Meunier/USFiiter

MiXERS/AGITATORS

Total Safety TSI Incorporated

Mandei Scientific

ABS Pumps

Metcon Saies &

Archer Technical

NOISE ABATEMENT

PIgmalion Env. Services

Airsep

Smith & Loveiess

SYSTEMS

Seneca Environmentai

Norit Americas

CiearTech

Amistco Separation ATCO Noise Management

Spill Kiiier Env.

ALTECM Technoiogy Systems Analytical Technoiogy

TankSafe

M. LeBianc & Associates

Equipment Beriie Technologies

ONDEO Degremont PCi Membrane Systems Pro Aqua -r Shadrack

Directrik

Eckel Industries

Team-1 Environmental

Aqua Technical Saies

Westech

ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

Zenon Environmentai

Env. Analytical Systems EnvirOzone Technologies

PACKAGE WATER

DETECTORS

Siva Associates

GOT Water Process

ADi international

John Meunier/USFiiter

ALTECM Technoiogy

Systems

H2Fiow Equipment

Engineering

OZONIZATION EQUIPMENT

Sanitaire

M.J. International

AirLlqulde

Sanitherm Engineering

Services

Tanks-A-Lot

Waterloo Biofiiter Systems

Spiii Kiiier Env,

Eco Systems EiMCO Process Equip. ELMRIDGE Engineering ENV Treatment Systems

Westech

Firing industries

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

Zenon Environmentai

Greatario

& SAFETY

MZFiow Equipment Mayward Gordon

a. auditing

OIL IN WATER

Mazzei Injector

METER TESTING EQUIP.

b. information

DETECTORS

Metcon Sales &

Amistco Separation

Canadawide Scientific

international Reserve

c. products

Can-Am Instruments

Anderson Water Systems

infernationai Water Suppiy

Equipment in Fiygt KSB Pumps

Abcott Construction - a

Davis Controls

Engineering Mixing Systems

Aqua Technical Saies

Amadous Software Solutions

Env, Analytical Systems

DNDED Degremont

C&M Environmentai

c

Fiuorosense

Ozonia

Labcor

BSi Management Systems

Meron Instruments

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Labcor

RGF Environmentai Group Sanitherm Engineering

Eco Systems EiMCO Process Equip. ENV Treatment Systems GOT Water Process John Meunier/USFiiter

Smith & Loveiess

Labcor

Metcon Sales & Eng.

METERS (equipment)

Mabarex

a. air velocity

Metcon Saies &

b. conductivity c. iysimeters

Engineering Mixing Systems

Env. Analytical Systems

Megator

Services

Levitt-Safety Strobic Air

- a,b,c

OIL CONTENT

TREATMENT SYSTEMS

BWTecbnoiogies - c

Novatech Controls

Canadian Safety Equip. - c

Siva Associates

Cartier Chemicals - c

Soiinst Canada

PACKAGE EFFLUENT

CCOMS - c

Waterra Pumps

CONTROL SYSTEMS

KSB Pumps

Demesa

Westech industrial

ABS Pumps

Mabarex

ALTECM Technology

Metcon Saies &

MZFiow Equipment

d. reading systems e. recording f. remote reading

Praxair Canada

Eckel Industries - c

g. sewage gas

Pro Aqua + Sbadrack

Env. Analytical Systems - c

OIL/WATER SEPARATORS

h. siudge density i. smoke density

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Mazmasters - a,b,c

Sanitherm Engineering

Metek Solutions

Directrik

M. LeBianc & Associates

j. suspended soiids k. water consumption

Service Filtration

Levitt-Safety - a,b,c

Amistco Separation Aqua Technical Saies Baycor Fibre Tech

Eco Systems

MS Filter

Smitb & Loveiess

MSU Mississauga - c

Bear Rental Tanks

ENV Treatment Systems

ONDEO Degremont

i. zeta potentiai

Statitio

Novatech Controls - c

Brentwood industries

MZFiow Equipment

PCi Membrane Systems

ABB inc. - b,e,k

Westech

Restoration Env.

C&M Environmentai

John Meunier/USFiiter

P.J. Mannah Equipment

Ailmax Professionai Solutions

Wolf Email

Can-Am instruments

Mabarex

Premier Wastewater

Con Cast Pipe Eco Systems

Metcon Saies &

- d,e

Pertormance Fluid

Equipment

York Fluid Controls

Analytical Measurements - e

Contractors - a

Safety Express - c Team-1 Environmentai

Systems Brentwood Industries

Engineering

Engineering MlOX

international

Pro Aqua -r Shadrack

ENV Treatment Systems

Met-Pro

Filter innovations

Novatech Controls

RGF Environmentai Group

Flo Trend Systems

ONDEO Degremont P.J. Mannah Equipment

Sanitherm Engineering

Anaiytical Technoiogy - b

MIXING EDUCTORS

Arizona instrument - g

Eco Systems

Ashtead Technology Rentals

ELMRIDGE Engineering

Services - a,b,c Total Safety - a,b,c TSi Incorporated - c

M2FI0W Equipment Mazzei Injector

ODOUR CONTROL

Metcon Saies &

A.C. Carbone Canada

Mydrocai Mydro-Logic Env.

ADI International

indachem

ADI Systems Alrsep ALTECM Technology Systems Aqua Technical Saies Archer Technical Equipment

international Reserve John Meunier/USFiiter Mabarex

Diverse Plastic Tanks

PCB TREATMENT/

Beiton industries

McTighe industries

STORAGE

- a,b Canadawide Scientific

- a,b,e,f

Can-Am instruments - b,g

Engineering

Cascadia instrumentation

Mixing Systems

- a,b,e,h,j CHEMetrics - b

MOLECULAR SIEVES

CiearTech - b,h,j Controiotron - g,h,k Davis Controls - b,j

PCI Membrane Systems Scott Specialty Gases

Canadawide Scientific

M2Fiow Equipment

Pro-Environmental ProMinent Fluid Controls

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Seneca Environmental

Services Smith & Loveless

TankSafe

Equipment Kaeser Compressors

PACKAGE SEWAGE LIFT

Troy Environmental

STATIONS

Westech

ABS Pumps Aqua Technical Saies

Zenon Environmentai

C&M Environmentai

Megator

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems

Eister Metering - d,f,k

MONITORING WELL

Caigon Carbon

M. LeBianc & Associates

Gorman-Rupp of Canada

Bear Rental Tanks

Endress + Mauser - b,h,j

SUPPLIES

Clean Gas Systems

ONDEO Degremont

in Fiygt KSB Pumps P.J. Mannah Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Gator international

Demesa - a,b

Env. Anaiytical Systems - a,b, Canadian Pipe Suppiy Env. Anaiytical Systems e,g,h,i Geneq - a,b,j Geneq Hach - b,h,j,i Metek Solutions

Duail

Parkson

Eagiebrook

PCi Membrane Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

Abcott Construction

PCB Disposal Probiotic Solutions Restoration Env.

Fabricated Plastics

Pigmalion Env. Services Preceptor Separators

Sanitherm Engineering

Contractors

Hetek Solutions

International Water Suppiy

Filter innovations

PS international

Smith & Loveiess

Trans-Cycle Industries

intek - a,g

Unified Pump Technologies Waterra Pumps

H2Fiow Equipment

Purities Env. Technologies

Tanks-A-Lot

Tri-Pbase Environmental

Mydro-Logic Env.

Rain for Rent

Labcor - a,b

Levift-Satety - a,f,) Mandei Scientific - b,j Metcon Saies & Engineering

indachem

RGF Environmentai Group

PACKAGE SEWAGE

PIPE DESIGN

MONITORS

John Meunier/USFiiter

TREATMENT PLANTS

Air Liquids

ABB inc.

Royal Env. Systems Sanitherm Engineering

Aqua Technical Saies

Armtec

Seneca Environmentai

Brentwood industries C&M Environmentai

i.P.F. Associates

- h,k Monarch instrument - e,f

Acu-Troi

KWM Pipe Lemna Technologies

Can-Am instruments

Mabarex

Novatech Controls - b,g,h,i,j Omega Engineering - a,b Rosemount Analytical - b,j Royce Technologies - h,j

Cancoppas

Metcon Saies & Engineering

Smith & Loveiess

Eco Systems

M.J. international

Davis Controls

Norit Americas

Stormceptor

Ecolluid USBF

Scarborough Suppiy

Demesa

Pro Aqua + Sbadrack

Stormdrain Solutions

Env. Anaiytical Systems Firing industries

Probiotic Solutions

Tanks-A-Lot

EIMCO Process Equip. ENV Treatment Systems

PIPE EQUIPMENT

Pro-Environmental

The Birks Company

Fluidyne

M.J. international

Service Filtration - b,e

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ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Env. John Meunler/USFIIter

PIPE FiniNGS Armtec

Metcon Sales &

Engineering

Canadian Pipe Supply

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Chemllne Plastics

Parkson

Fabricated Plastics

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Hobas Pipe USA

Fybroc

u. self-prlming

GESCAN

V. slurry w. solar-powered

JWC Environmental

Sanitherm Engineering - a,c,d,e,j,t,u,v,y

ENMET

Seneca Environmental

Env. Analytical Systems

Demesa

KSB Pumps L.E. Washington Sales

X. spiral

Schneider Electric

z. sump

York Fluid Controls

aa. turbine

Sethco - c,u,z

Levitt-Safety

bb. vacuum

Smith & Loveless - c,g,u

Metcon Sales &

ABS Pumps

CO. variable displacement ABS Pumps - b,e,g,h,j,u,y,z

Solinst Canada - k,n,y SRS Crisafulil - b,c,g,l,v,y,z

M.J. International

Summa Engineering - d,h,

PUMP RENTALS

y. submersible

Services

Service Filtration - b,c,d,g,

h,k,l,n,o,p,q,s,u,v,x,y,z,aa

Hazmasters Hetek Solutions Labcor

Engineering

I.P.F. Associates

PNEUMATIC LIR

Allweiler Pumps

Alldos - d,i,o,q

KWH Pipe Pneu-Tech Systems

STATIONS

Ashtead Technology

Eco Systems ENV Treatment Systems

Rentals Consolidated GIroux

Unified Pump Technologies - c,k,u,w,y

Restoration Env.

REHAU Industries

Allweiler Pumps - b,d,n,q,r,u,v Aqua Technical Sales - c

Scarborough Supply

Smith & Loveless

International Water Supply

Archer Technical

USFIIter/Wallace & Hernan

Safety Express Scott Specialty Gases Total Safety Tower Safety Group TSI Incorporated

Scott Specialty Gases

in Flygt

Equipment

VIctaulic

PRESSURE WASHERS

Rain for Rent

- e,t,u,v,y,z

YNC Pipe Coupling

I.P.F. Associates

SRS Crisafulil

PIPE REHABILITATION

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

Dense North America

(boots, gloves, goggles,

Unified Pump Technologies Wastecorp Pumps Waterra Pumps

Hobas Pipe USA

suits, etc.)

York Fluid Controls

I.P.F. Associates

Canadawlde Scientific

KWH Pipe

Hazmasters

Royal Env. Systems Scarborough Supply Sewer-Matic Drain Service PIPING a. aluminum b. asbestos cement

Ashtead Technology Rentals

- k,n

Bear Rental Tanks - g BJM Pumps - c,e,g,j,k,v,y,z

l,o,p,u,v

Products - d,h,q Vanton Pump & Equipment - c,n,u,w,z

Wastecorp Pumps - c,e,h,

MSU Misslssauga Pigmalion Env. Services Contractors

P.q.u

Waterra Pumps - f,k,y York Fluid Controls - c,d,e,

C&M Environmental -1

f,g,h,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,

PUMP REPAIRS

Canadawlde Scientific - n

V, y,z

Lakeland Protective Wear

ABS Pumps

Levitt-Safety

Allweiler Pumps

Canadian Pipe Supply - a,f,g,k,m,y,z

RECORDERS

SAMPLE CONTAINERS

Canadawlde Scientific Nasco Canada Southwell Controls

Total Safety

Nasco Canada

Dean Pump

Canadian Safety Equip. - y

ABB Inc.

SAMPLERS &

Partners In Safety

DIrectrIk

Can-Am Instruments - d

Analytical Measurements

SAMPLING

Praxair Canada

EFD Solutions

ClearTech - d,h,g

Bristol Babcock

EQUIPMENT

Team-1 Environmental

F.E. Myers

Dagex

Canadawlde Scientific

Arizona Instrument

Fybroc International Water Supply

Dean Pump - c,u,z

Endress -i- Hauser

Canadawlde Scientific

Demesa

Hetek Solutions

Canadian Pipe Supply

in Flygt

DIrectrIk-a,b,c,d,e,g,j,

Mandel Scientific

Can-Am Instruments

Metcon Sales &

Cancoppas

Services

c. box sewers d. carbon/stainless steel

Total Safety

e. cast Iron

PUMP DESIGN

KSB Pumps

m,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,y,z,aa,

f. concrete-non pressure g. concrete-pressure h. copper/brass

Allweiler Pumps Dean Pump

Labcor

bb,cc

Service Filtration

Eco Systems - c,d,j,t

Millennium Control

ClearTech

DIrectrIk

Wastecorp Pumps

F.E. Myers

York Fluid Controls

EFD Solutions - c,f,g,m, o,q,r,y,z,bb

Omega Engineering ONDEO Degremont

ELMRIDGE Engineering

i. corrugated J. ductile Iron k. fibreglass

Fybroc International Water Supply

ELMRIDGE Engineering

Service Filtration

Hach

PUMP REPLACEMENT

Siva Associates

Isco

I.

KSB Pumps

PARTS

glass-lined

- m,u,v,bb

ENV Treatment Systems

m. Insulated

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

ABS Pumps

n. jacketed steel

Sethco Smith & Loveless

Allweiler Pumps Dean Pump

F.E. Myers -c,f,J,m,o,p,u,v,y,

0. mlcrotunnel

p. polyethylene

Wastecorp Pumps

EFD Solutions

q. pvc

York Fluid Controls

ENV Treatment Systems

Eybroc - c,u,z GL&V/Dorr-Ollver - e,h,j,p,v

r. secondary contain ment

F.E. Myers PUMP DRIVES

s. steel

Davis Controls

t. vitrified clay

Directrik

Fybroc International Water Supply

- a,n, o,p,q,t z,aa

Gorman-Rupp of Canada - c,g,h,q,u,y,z

Hayward Gordon - c,d,e,

Engineering

Markland Specialty Eng.

Wilier Engineering

Nasco Canada

Scott Specialty Gases RECYCLING

Soilnst Canada

Summit Structures

Southwell Controls

Trans-Cycle Industries

Summa Engineering

RECYCLING EQUIPMENT

Total Safety Unified Pump Technologies

Haul-All Equipment Systems

Westech Industrial

International Reserve

SANDBLASTING

Blastal Coatings

u. other

GESCAN

V. precast concrete

International Water Supply

w. polypropylene

I.P.F. Associates

Meflag

Insitu Contractors - a,c,d,

Equipment Petro Sep Membrane

X. PVDF

in Flygt

ONDEO Degremont

y. tubing AirLlquide-d,h Armtec - c,l,p,s Canadian Pipe Supply

KSB Pumps

f,g,k,m,n,o,p,q,r,u,y,bb International Water Supply

RGF Environmental Group

Laboor

Positive Solutions Service Filtration

L.E. Washington Sales

Sethco

ITT Elygt - c,g,j,v,y

REGULATORY

Power Plant Supply

Smith & Loveless

John Meunier/USFIiter

DOCUMENTATION

-d,q,s Chemllne Plastics - r,w,x

Hydro-Logic Env. - q,r,t Indachem - c,d,h,p,q,u,v

Tech.

- a,c,f,g,y,aa

Service Filtration

Wastecorp Pumps

Sterling Power Systems

York Fluid Controls

KSB Pumps -b,c,e,f,g,j,m,u,

- a,b,c,d,e,g,h,t,v,x,aa

Env. Analytical Systems

ni Inc.

in Flygt KSB Pumps L.E. Washington Sales

h,n,q,r,s,x,y,z

Cascadia Instrumentation

SCADA SYSTEMS ABB Inc.

ALTECH Technology

3E Company

Systems American Water Services Bristol Babcock

Control Microsystems

Con Cast Pipe - c,v

Unified Pump Technologies

Fabricated Plastics - k,q

Wastecorp Pumps

PUMP STATIONS &

Labcor - c,d,h,n,q,u,v,y,bb

a. laboratory

GESCAN

Hanson Pipe & Products

York Fluid Controls

COMPONENTS

L.E. Washington Sales

b. on-line

in Flygt

in Flygt

- c,f,o

Hobas Pipe USA - k

v,w,y,z,aa

PUMP MOTORS

- d,j,q,r,u,v Mandel Scientific

1.P.F. Associates - all

BJM Pumps

PUMPS

KWH Pipe - p Pneu-Tech Systems

EFD Solutions

a. airlift

F.E. Myers

b. axial flow

Meflag - c,u Megator - n,o,q,r,u

Rain for Rent - a,p,q REHAU Industries - q

GESCAN

c. centrifugal

Metcon Sales &

International Water Supply

d. chemical feed

Royal Env. Systems - g

I.P.F. Associates

Scarborough Supply - p

in Flygt

Unified Pump Technologies

KSB Pumps

e. chopper f. deep well g. dewatering

-p,y

Urecon - m

Labcor

L.E. Washington Sales Service Filtration

PIPELINE INSPECTION

Sterling Power Systems

Aquablast NWS Inspection

Wastecorp Pumps

h. diaphragm 1. gravimetric j. grinder k. groundwater sampling I. hydrauilc

- n,q,bb

Engineering - d,h,n,q,r,v

RESPIROMETERS

Env. Analytical Systems - a,b

Revere Control Systems

Metcon Sales &

Schneider Electric

Engineering - a,b REVERSE OSMOSIS

Novatech Controls - a,c,d, h,k,n,v

ALTECH Technology Systems Anderson Water Systems

SCALES

Omega Engineering - c,n

ENV Treatment Systems

Cancoppas

Performance Fluid

Filter innovations

Chlorlnators Inc.

H2FI0W Equipment

ClearTech

n,o,q,r,t,u,v,y,aa

John Meunler/USFilter

Labcor

Metcon Sales &

Mandel Scientific Metcon Sales &

Pneu-Tech Systems - q,s, bb

Engineering

Positive Solutions - c

Norit Americas

Power Plant Supply - b

PUMP PROTECTION

ONDEO Degremont PCI Membrane Systems Sanitherm Engineering

Aqua Technical Sales Brentwood Industries

Allweiler Pumps Dean Pump

C&M Environmental

Devcon

r. progressing cavity s. rotary lobe

Eco Systems

DIrectrIk

t.

q. positive displacement

screw

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2003

Canadawlde Scientific

Equipment -a,c,d,e,f,g,h,

m. jet

SYSTEMS

Siva Associates

Summa Engineering

n. peristaltic 0. piston p. plunger

PLATE SEHLERS

Millennium Control

Purifies Env. Technologies

Hach - a

York Fluid Controls

Sewer-Matic Drain Service

F.B. Leopold

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

- d,b,n,o,q,r ProSpec Technologies -b, c,d,g,h,j,q,r,v,y,z,aa,bb Pumpex - c,g,j,v,y,z Pumps & Systems - all

Engineering Scott Specialty Gases Shimadzu Scientific Insfruments

Siemens Mliltronics

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Siva Associates

Canadawlde Scientific

USFIIter/Wallace & Tiernan Products

Canadian Safety Equip.

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Guide to Environmental Products & Services SCREENINGS

Ciean Gas Systems -

a. compaction b. presses c. washing AquaTechnicai Saies Baycor Fibre Tech - a,b,c

a,b,c,d

C&M Environmentai - a,b,c

Dagex

Ego Systems - a,b,c Ecotiuid USBF - a,b,c ENV Treatment Systems - a,b,c

John Meunier/USFiiter

- a,c,d

SHREDDERS/

ONDEO Degremont Parkson

ELMRiDGE Engineering - o ENV Treatment Systems - a i.P.F. Associates - a,b,c,d

Mabarex - b,c Mandei Scientific - a

Directrik

Megator - b

Eco Systems

SLUDGE HANDLING

Amistco Separation

Metcon Saies &

M. LeBianc & /Associates

ENV Treatment Systems

EQUIPMENT

Fielding Chemical

Firing industries

AquaTechnicai Saies

ONDEO Degremont - a

JWC Environmentai

C&M Environmentai

SPILL CONTAINMENT

Parkson -c

Mabarex

Cancoppas

Arcus Absorbents

PHOENiX Process Equip. Preceptor Separators - b,c

P.J. Hannah Equipment

ELMRiDGE Engineering

Bear Rental Tanks

Sanitherm Engineering

ENV Treatment Systems F.E. Myers H2Fiow Equipment

Century Group

Environmentai Cleaning

Engineering -a

P.J. Hannah Equipment Pro-Environmentai - c,d

-c

Pro Aqua-r Shadrack

SEALS

PS internationai - b,c

ABS Pumps

RGF Environmentai Group

Bear Rental Tanks

Hydro-Logic Env.

John NIeunier/USFiiter

EFD Soiutions

Sandborn Roofs - c

C3 Environmentai

indachem

Fabgroups Technoiogies

Sanitherm Engineering

EnvirOzone Technoiogies

international Reserve

Directrik

- a,b,c

SDLVENT RECYCLING SERVICES

H2Fiow Equipment - a,b,c Hydro-Logic Env. - a,b,c - a,b,c

York Fluid Controls

CDMPACTORS C&M Environmental

SITE REMEDIATION

Diverse Piastic Tanks Environetics

Systems Gator internationai

JWC Environmentai - a,b,c

Pipeline Seai & insuiator

Mabarex - a,b,c

Positive Solutions

Smith & Loveiess - a,c

Focus Environmentai

John Meunier/USFiiter

M. LeBianc & Associates

Power Piant Suppiy

Stormceptor - c TankSafe - a,b,c,d,e

Gator Internationai

KSB Pumps

ITW Devcon Engineered Coatings

Modutank

M. LeBianc & Associates

LADEN Steel Fabricators

Westech - c

Probiotic Soiutions

Modutank

Restoration Env.

Parkson

Levitt-Safety Loraday Env. Products

P.J. Hannah Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Modutank

SRS Crisafulii

Pigmaiion Env. Services

SLUDGE - LEVEL CDNTRDL

Royal Env. Systems

- a,b,c

Sandborn Roofs

Parkson - a,b,c

Pro Aqua + Shadrack - a,b,c

Sanitherm Engineering - a,b,c

- a,c

SECONDARY CONTAINMENT

SEPTIC TANKS &

American Structures

EQUIPMENT

Equipment

Fiiter innovations

Contractors Seneca Environmental

Hazmasters

M.J. internationai

C3 Environmentai

Bear Rental Tanks

Century Group

C&M Environmentai

Sewer-Matic Drain Service

SCREENS

Diverse Piastic Tanks

Diverse Plastic Tanks

The Maple Reinders Group

a. bar

ENV Treatment Systems

Cascadia instrumentation

SEi industries

Hazmasters

Make-Way Piastics P.J. Hannah Equipment

Tri-Phase Environmental

b. rotary

Waterloo Barrier

Endress + Hauser

Sewer-Matic Drain Service

c. self cleaning

ITW Devoon Engineered Coatings

Hach

Spill Killer Env.

Tanks-A-Lot

SLUDGE DEWATERING

e. stormwater

Layfieid Geosynthetics

Waterloo Biofiiter Systems

ALTECH Teohnoiogy

f. traveiiing water g. vibratory h. water piant intake

Levitt-Safety Makioc Buildings

Wolf Email

M.J. internationai Modutank

d. sewage piant

Aqua Technicai Saies Baycor Fibre Tech - b

NWS inspection

Services

Smith & Loveless

LIQUID

AquaTechnicai Saies

AUTOMATIC

SEQUENCING BATCH

Bear Rental Tanks

REACTORS (SBR) ADi Systems ALTECH Technology

NTERFACE CONTROL

Bird Machine

Berlie Technoiogies

Pactec

Cascadia instrumentation

Spili Kilier Env.

C&M Environmentai

- a,c,h Dagex

TankSafe

Eco Systems

Tanks-A-Lot

Directrik - b

Techstar Piastics

ENV Treatment Systems

Eco Systems - a,b,c,d,e,f, g.h

Trans Environmentai

ENV Treatment Systems Environmentai Dynamics Fluidyne H2Fiow Equipment

GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver

Ecotiuid USBF - c,d

UitraTech Internationai

Hydro-Logic Env. John Meunier/USFiiter

H2Fiow Equipment Hydrocai internationai Reserve

Systems

ENV Treatment Systems - a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h

Systems

SEDIMENTATION

Mabarex

Fiiter innovations - c

SYSTEMS

Metcon Saies &

Firing industries - a,c,g GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver - a,c,d H2FI0W Equipment-a,b,

AquaTechnicai Saies

c,d,e,f,h

Hydrocai - b,d Hydro-Logic Env. - a,b,c, d,e internationai Reserve

Equipment - b,g John Meunier/USFiiter

- a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h JVi/C Environmentai - a,b, c,d,h Mabarex - a,b,d,f,h

C&M Environmentai

EiMCO Process Equip.

ENV Treatment Systems GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver

SLUDGE DEPTH METERS

Systems

C&M Environmentai - a,c. d,e,f,h

Rain for Rent

Rain for Rent

Engineering Mixing Systems ONDEO Degremont P.J. Hannah Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack

C&M Environmentai Consolidated Giroux

MARKLAND SPECIALTY ENGINEERING LTD.

48 SHAFT ROAD, REXDALE,(TORONTO)

Dagex Eagiebrook Eco Systems

ONTARIO, CANADA M9W 4M2

(416) 244-4980 FAX:(416) 244-2287

web site: www.sludgecontrols.com

Flo Trend Systems

Equipment

Markiand Specialty Eng.

Stormceptor

Metcon Saies &

Team-1 Environmentai

Engineering Probiotic Soiutions

in Fiygt

Royce Technologies

John Meunier/USFiiter

Siemens Miiltronics

Mabarex

Summa Engineering

M. LeBianc & Associates

ONDEO Degremont

Services Trans Environmentai

Systems UitraTech internationai

SOIL RECYCLING

SPILL RESPONSE American Water Services

H2Fiow Equipment

Sanitaire

Pactec

Piidysh Technologies

Environetics

internationai Reserve

Sanitherm Engineering

Parkson

Summit Structures

Fielding Chemical

Wolf Email

PHOENiX Process Equip.

P.J. Hannah Equipment

SOIL REMEDIATION

Levitt-Safety Pigmaiion Env. Services

Equipment John Meunier/USFiiter

Harold Marcus

Mabarex

SERVICE CONTRACTING

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

A.C. Carbone Canada

Sanitherm Engineering

Cancoppas

Rain for Rent

Smith & Loveiess

Hetek Soiutions

Sanitherm Engineering

Airsep ALTECH Technology

Stormceptor

i.P.F. Associates

Smith & Loveiess

P.J. Hannah Equipment

Westech

Westech

M. LeBianc & Associates

Systems C3 Environmentai

Siva Associates

Focus Environmentai

Sewer-Matic Drain Service

Spili Killer Env. Team-1 Environmentai Services

Trans Environmentai

Systems

SLUDGE DISPOSAL

Gator international

a. centrifugai b. coaiescing

SEWAGE GAS EQUIP.

American Water Services

Piidysh Technoiogies

Hetek Soiutions

AquaTechnicai Saies

Probiotic Soiutions

c. gravity

Novatech Controls

Arcus Absorbents

Restoration Env.

Parkson - a,b,d,e,h

d. hydro-dynamic/vortex

Pencon Equipment

Fabgroups Technoiogies

P.J. Hannah Equipment

e. inertiai

Westech industrial

Gator internationai

Seneca Environmentai

ENV Treatment Systems

Probiotic Solutions

Services Sewer-Matic Drain Service

Fabricated Plastics

SLUDGE DRYING

Summit Structures

- b,c,d,e,h

MSU Mississauga - h

ONDEO Degremont - a,b, c.d.e

- a,b,c,d,e

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering

SEPARATORS

Aqua Technicai Saies Bird Machine - a C&M Environmental - b

SEWER EQUIPMENT

Contractors

UitraTech internationai SPRAY NOZZLES EFD Soiutions

ONDEO Degremont

Can-Am instruments - b,c

a. cleaning b. cleaning service

STAND PIPES

Ciean Gas Systems - a

c. Inspection

ALTECH Technology Systems

The Maple Reinders Group

Scarborough Supply - h Troy-Ontor - c

ENV Treatment Systems - a,b,c,d

d. repair e. upgrade

AquaTechnioai Saies Beriie Technoiogies

SOLVENT RECOVERY

Beriie Technoiogies Eco Systems

Filter innovations - b

American Water Services

Bird Machine

- a,b,c,d,e,h

Westech - b,c,d,f,h SCRUBBERS/WASHERS

Firing industries - a

a. atomising

Fie Trend Systems - b,c

Aquablast - a,b,c

ENV Treatment Systems Fabgroups Technoiogies

b. defiector washers

GOT Water Process - a

Hetek Soiutions

Firing industries

c. spray chambers d. spray nozzies

GL&V/Dorr-Oiiver - a,c,d

MSU Mississauga - d,e

H2Fiow Equipment - b,c,d

Sewer-Matic Drain Service

H2Fiow Equipment Hydrocai

ADi internationai

Hydro-Logic Env. - a,b,c,d

Amistco Separation - a,b,c,d

international Reserve

AquaTechnioai Saies

Equipment - a

- a,b,c,d,e

- b,c,d

SYSTEMS

Air Liquide Amistco Separation Caigon Carbon ENV Treatment Systems

STORAGE CONTAINERS Bear Rental Tanks

Ciemmer Technoiogies Diverse Piastic Tanks

Focus Environmentai

Greatario

Mandei Scientific

LADEN Steel Fabricators M.J. international

John Meunier/USFiiter

Met-Pro

Tanks-A-Lot-e

Mabarex

PCi Membrane Systems

RGF Environmentai Group

The BIrks Company - a,c

M. LeBianc & Associates

Petro Sep Membrane Tech.

Techstar Piastics

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2003


Guide to Environmental Products & Services

Abcott Construction

KSB Pumps - h KWH Pipe - b

Aqua Technical Sales Baycor Fibre Tech - d

Cover-All Building Systems

McTlghe Industries - a,d,

C&M Environmental - a,c

STORAGE BUILDINGS

Eco Systems

f.g.k

Contractors Tuthlll Vacuum & Blower

Systems

DIrectrIk - d

VAPOUR RECOVERY SYSTEMS

ALTECH Technology Systems ENV Treatment Systems

Flo Trend Systems Fluldyne GL&V/Dorr-Ollver

Green Turtle Technologies H2FI0W Equipment

Loraday Env. Products Makloc Buildings

-g Novatech Controls - e

VALVE ACCESSORIES Eco Systems - a,b,c,d Cancoppas EIMCD Process Equip. ENV Treatment Systems - a,b, ONDEO Degremont

Omega Engineering -1

c.d

Siva Associates

TankSafe

Indachem

M.J. International

ONDEO Degremont - k

GL&V/Dorr-Ollver - c

Tuthlll Vacuum & Blower

International Reserve

PPI Modular Structures

Parkson - a,g,j,k

H2FI0W Equipment - a,d

Technical Support Services Troy-Ontor

Summit Structures

P.J. Hannah Equipment -

VALVES

Harnols Industries

M. LeBlanc & Associates

LADEN Steel Fabricators

Insitu Contractors Pro-Environmental

Hydrocal Hydro-Logic Env.

Met-Pro

Systems

Equipment

a,k

Hydrocal - a,b,c,d Hydro-Logic Env. - b,d

STORAGE TANKS

Problotic Solutions - f,k

Indachem - b

a. air release

VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES

Kaldnes North America

American Structures

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

International Reserve

b. backwater

Davis Controls

Lemna Technologies

c. ball

GESCAN

Mabarex

d. butterfly

International Water Supply

Berlle Technologies Clemmer Technologies

- a,k

PS International - f,g

ConVault

Rain for Rent - g,h,j

GST Industries

Royal Env. Systems - g,k Sanltherm Engineering - d,g,j

Diverse Plastic Tanks DTE Industries

Equipment - b

Westech Industrial

John Meunler/USEIIter JWC Environmental

John Meunler/USEIIter - a,b, c,d Mabarex - a,b,c,d

e. check

Labcor

Make-Way Plastics Mazzel Injector

f.

L.E. Washington Sales

McTlghe Industries

M. LeBlanc & Associates - c,d

g. diaphragm

Millennium Control

Meflag

ONDEO Degremont - b,d

h. eccentric

Positive Solutions

Megator Met-Pro

cone

Sewer-Matic Drain Service

Parkson - c,d

I. flap

Power Plant Supply

P.J. Hannah Equipment - a Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering - a,b,

j. flow regulating

Schneider Electric

Mixing Systems M. LeBlanc & Associates

F.E. Myers

SRS Crisafulll - b,h

k. gate I. knife gate m. multi-jet

Sterling Power Systems

Fabricated Plastics

- a,d,f,g,h,j,k Smith & Loveless - d,g,h,k Spill Killer Env. - a,d,f,j

WASTE DISPOSAL AND

Focus Environmental

Stormceptor - a,d,f,g,j,k

Smith & Loveless - b

n. needle

Greatarlo

Stormdrain Solutions

Westech - a,c,d

I.P.F. Associates

Loraday Env, Products

- d,f,k Tanks-A-Lot-g

TRADESHOWS

Mabarex

UltraTech International

Canada Unlimlfed/Munlch

0. p. q. r.

RECYCLING Eco Waste Solutions

NWS Inspection ONDEO Degremont

Eco Systems Engineered Storage Products Envlronetlcs

Modutank

NWS Inspection Provincial Tank Lining and

Inspections

- a,d,f

c,d

Trade Fairs Environmental Science &

STRAINERS Chemllne Plastics

Rain for Rent

DIrectrIk

Restoration Env.

ENV Treatment Systems

Engineering Magazine Hetek Solutions TRAINING

pinch plug pressure reducing rotary

Norit Americas

PCI Membrane Systems

Summit Structures

Petro Sep Membrane Tech.

Trans-Cycle Industries WASTE REMOVAL EQUIP.

Premier Wastewater

u. telescoping V. tilting disk

Amistco Separation F.E, Myers

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

American R/D Gate Valve

International Reserve

t.

solenoid

- e,k

Armour Valve - a,c,d,e,i,k, l,n,p,q,r,v BNW Valves-b,I,u Canadian Pipe Supply

Equipment

Filter Innovations

a. materials

H2FI0W Equipment

3E Company

Hayward Gordon

AlrLlqulde

TankSafe

Megator

Bristol Babcook

Tanks-A-Lot

ONDEO Degremont

BSI Management Systems

Techstar Plastics

Orlval Water Filters

Canadian Envlro-Courses

Wolf Email

Troy-Ontor

CCDHS

York Fluid Controls

Emergency Film Group

Chlorlnators Inc. - j

Eco Systems - a,b

Environmental Science &

Cla-Val Canada

Environmental Cleaning Systems F.E. Myers - a H2FI0W Equipment - b Hobas Pipe USA - a KWH Pipe - a Pumps & Systems - a,b

STORMWATER a. confamlnant removal

TANK CLEANING

Engineering Magazine

- c,e,k,n Chemllne Plastics

- a,c,d,e,g,j,k,n,q

- a,e,g,],q,t

b. defentlon

Aquablast

Hazmasters

ENV Treatment Systems - u

c. flow regulator

Bear Rental Tanks

Hetek Solutions

Fabricated Plastics

d. grit removal

ONDEO Degremont Provincial Tank Lining and Inspections

McGraw-Hill Ryerson - a Partners In Safety

- c,d,e,f,g,n,t Firing Industries - v

Restoration Env.

H. Fontaine - l,u

e. monitoring systems f.

oil removal

g. oil water separators

Sewer-MatIc Drain Service

h. pumping

Contractors

AWI

Berlle Technologies Duall

Engineered Storage

Equipment - h

Products

Services

Total Safety Tower Safety Group TRANSPORTATION

3E Company

Armtec-b

Greatarlo

Harold Marcus

Brentwood Industries - g

Met-Pro

C&M Environmental - a,b,c,

TankSafe

PCB Disposal PowerLOC Technologies

d,f,g,i,k Can-Am Instruments - e,f,g

Wolf Email

Restoration Env.

ZCL Composites

Hydro-Logic Env. - a

Troy Environmental USEIIter/Wallace & TIernan Products

Waterloo Blofllter Systems Westech

Contractors

Hetek Solutions

WATER CONSERVATION/

Mabarex -1

Mandel Scientific - e

WASTEWATER

MANAGEMENT

Metcon Sales &

TREATMENT SYSTEMS

Allmax Professional

Engineering - e,g,i,q Neo Valves - c,e,k,l,o,p,u,v Omega Engineering - c,n,t ONDEO Degremont Power Plant Supply - a,b,c,

d,e,g,l,],q,r,s,t,u,v Pumps & Systems - all

A.C. Carbone Canada Acu-Trol

Solutions

Hetek Solutions

ADI Systems

Alar Engineering

WATER LEVEL

Allmax Professional

INDICATORS

Solutions

ALTECH Technology Systems

Acu-Trol

Campbell Scientific Can-Am Instrumenfs

Cancoppas

Greatarlo

TRENCHLESS

NWS Inspection

TECHNOLOGY

Siva Associates - c,d,e,

Bear Rental Tanks

Cascadia Instrumentaflon Davis Confrols Endress + Hauser

Provincial Tank Lining and

Hobas Pipe USA

Brentwood Industries

Env. Analytical Systems

KWH Pipe

k,m,p,q,t,u,v Southwell Controls - g,j,p,t

C&M Environmental

Hach

PowerLOC Technologies

SPX Valves & Controls

Chlorlnators Inc.

Heron Instruments

Inspections TELEMETERING EQUIP.

GL&V/Dorr-Dllver - d,j H2FI0W Equipment - a,b,c,

Bristol Babcock

Sewer-MatIc Drain Service

- c,d,h,k,l,p,r

Control Microsystems in Elygt

VACUUM EQUIPMENT

Technical Support Services - a,b,c,d,e,g,h,l,k,l,p,q,u,v

Air Force Inc.

The BIrks Company

Hach - e

Millennium Control

American Water Services

Hanson Pipe & Products - d,g,i,k

Sollnst Canada

Canadawlde Scientific

Summa Engineering

Eco Systems

ELMRIDGE Engineering

Hetek Solutions

Hydro-Logic Env. - a,c,d, f,gj,k

THICKENERS

Hazmasters

a. belt

Insitu Contractors

Isco - e

b. centrifuge c. gravity

Kaeser Compressors Madvac

d. rotary

Restoration Env.

- a,c,d,f,g,j,k

Tanks-A-Lot

Amistco Separation Aqua Technical Sales

Geneq-e

John Meunler/USEIIter

Smith & Loveless

SUNTEC Environmental

American Water Services

ENV Treatment Systems

d,f,g,),k

Services

Sethco

Scott Specialty Gases - e,g,j,n,q

TANK INSPECTION

F.E. Myers - h Filter Innovations - f,g

Alar Engineering - b

Scarborough Supply - c,d,e

Eco Systems - c,d,g - a,d,f,g,i

Seneca Environmental

TrI-Phase Environmental

CHEMetrlcs - e

Env. Analytical Systems - e

Sanltherm Engineering

b. vacuum

Zenon Environmental

k. treatment

Archer Technical

a. pressure sewer

INSPECTION SYSTEMS

I.

Aqua Technical Sales

Royal Env. Systems Sanltaire

in Elygt - c Labcor - e,o,p

Spill Management

Clemmer Technologies

WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS

York Fluid Controls

Team-f Environmental

Amistco Separation - f,g

Purifies Env. Technologies RGE Environmental Group

WASTEWATER

American Structures

other

ProMlnent Fluid Controls PS International

1.P.F Associates - all

TANK DESIGN

recharger

SRS Crisafulll

International

Ross Mackay Associates

j. sediment separators

I.

P.J. Hannah Equipment Praxair Canada

s. sleeve

Sandborn Roofs SEI Industries

Contractors

Parkson

PCB Disposal

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2003

- a,e,i,q The Walworth Valve Co.

- d,e,k,p,v

Troy-Ontor - e,g Unified Pump Technologies

Clearwater Enviro Tech.

Hetek Solutions

Dagex DIffuser Express Eco Systems

International Water Supply

Ecofluld USBE

EIMCD Process Equip. Engineered Storage Products

Sollnst Canada

Summa Engineering Waterra Pumps Westech Industrial WATERPROOFING

ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Dynamics

a. adheslves

VIcfaullc - c,d,e,k,l,p

EnvirDzone Technologies

Dense North America

Waferra Pumps - e Winters Instruments - c,n,q

FB. Leopold

-e

Filter Innovations

b. tapes - a,b Devcon - a

89


Guide to Environmental Products & Services WATER QUALITY

Levitt-Safety

Can-Am Instruments

WATER USE &

WEIRS

MONITORS

Metcon Sales &

CHEMetrics

TREATMENT

Can-Am Instruments

ABB Inc.

ClearTech

OPTIMIZATION

Cascadia Instrumentation

Analytical Technology

Engineering Nova Analytical Systems

Env. Analytical Systems

Airsep

Eco Systems

Campbell Scientific

Novatech Controls

Geneq

Allmax Professional

ENV Treatment Systems

Solutions

Canadawide Scientific

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Hach

Can-Am Instruments

Prostar Technologies

Hetek Solutions

Cancoppas

Rosemount Analytical

Labcor

Restoration Env. Contractors

Team-1 Environmental Services

Tower Safety Group

Fabricated Plastics

ALTECH Technology

Systems

GL&V/Dorr-Oliver

WINCHES

H. Fontaine

Tower Safety Group

ClearTech

Royce Technologies

Metcon Sales & Engineering

Anderson Water

John Meunier/USFilter

Demesa

Siva Associates

Siva Associates

Solinst Canada

Fluorosense

Chlorinators Inc.

Geneq

Summa Engineering Total Safety

Systems Plus The Birks Company

MSU Mississauga P.J. Hannah Equipment Power Plant Supply

ZEBRA MUSSEL

Env. Analytical Systems

Systems Bioprime Clearwater Enviro Tech.

Siva Associates

ClearTech

Hach

Westech Industrial

Indachem

WATER TOWERS

Eaglebrook

Engineered Storage Products

WHMIS SERVICES Canadian Enviro-Courses

CONTROL

Chlorinators Inc. Filter Innovations

Isco

WATER QUALITY TEST

Greatario

EnvlrOzone Technologies F.B. Leopold

Jotin Meunier/USFilter

KITS

I.P.F. Associates

Filter Innovations

Hazmasters

Mixing Systems

Labcor

Canadawide Scientific

Tower Safety Group

Hetek Solutions

Partners in Safety

ProMinent Fluid Controls

Hetek Solutions

Metcon Sales & Eng.

Guide to Environmental Associations

ABORIGINAL WATER AND WASTEWATER

BRITISH COLUMBIA WATER & WASTE

ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO

ASSOCIATION(BCWWA) 221-8678 Greenali Ave., Burnaby, BO V5J 3M6 (604)433-4389 Fax:(604)433-9859

2547 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto, ON M6M 1T2 (416)651-1443 Fax:(416)651-1673 Contact: Lana Williams, Coordinator

ACLAE

AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION

One Gateway Center, 3"' Floor, Pittsburgti, PA 15222 USA (412)232-3444 Fax:(412)232-3450 Contact: Stacey Under, Sales & Mktg. Coordinator

GREATER TORONTO SEWER AND WATERMAIN CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL

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Concrete Pipe Association

ESAA is a not-for-profit business assooiation with over 225 corporate members dedicated to building a strong environment industry through leadership in technology, human resources, quality improvement and market development. ESAA manages a Cana dian International Development Agency Project ARPEL PFIASE 3,focussing on environmental issues facing Latin American oil and gas companies,

LABORATORIES(CAEAL) 300-265 Carling Ave., Ottawa, ON K1S 2E1 (613)233-5300 Fax:(613)233-5501

(GTSWCA) 300-5045 Orbitor Dr., BIdg. 12, Mississauga, ON L4W 4Y4 (905)629-7766 Fax:(905)629-0587

E-mail: nA(ilson@caeal.ca Web site: www.caeai.ca

GYPSUM MANUFACTURERS OF CANADA

AMERICAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

Contact: Rick Wilson, Executive Director

222 W LasCoiinas Blvd., Suite 641, Irving, TX 75039-

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), proficiency testing, and training.

1052 Jonathan Dr., Mississauga, ON L4Y 1K1 (905)897-2624 Fax:(905)897-2624

5423 USA

(972)506-7216 Fax:(972)506-7682 E-maii: 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 ttirougtiout the United States, Canada and in over 40 foreign countries. The Association provides research, technical, educational, legislative and marketing support to promote and advance the use of concrete pipe for sanitary sewer, storm drain and culvert applications. AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

6666 W. Quincy Ave., Denver, GO 80235 USA (303)794-7711 Fax:(303)795-1989

CANADIAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

138 Mill St., Georgetown, ON L7G 2C1 (905)877-5369 Fax:(905)702-0819 Contact: A. Grant Lee, Manager

P.O. Box 1110, Ayr, ON NOB 1EO (519)632-8190 Fax:(519)632-9827 Contact: Kathy Harvey, Administrative Assistant Instrumentation

CANADIAN COUNCIL FOR HUMAN RESOURCES IN THE ENVIRONMENT

INDUSTRY (CCHREI) 1450-700 4 Ave. SW, Calgary, AB T2P 3J4 (403)233-0748 Fax:(403)269-9544 Contact: Grant Trump, President

INSTRUMENTATION TESTING ASSOCIATION

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING ASSOCIATED ENVIRONMENTAL SITE

ASSOCIATION

1 -6820 Kitimat Rd Mississauga ON L5N 5M3 (905)814-1274 Fax:(905)814-1158 Contact: Gary Loftus, Executive Director

(877)512-3722 Fax:(705)887-2213

INTERNATIONAL ULTRAVIOLET ASSOCIATION

^ restin!; Association

ASSESSORS OF CANADA (AESAC) P.O. Box 490, Feneion Fails, ON KOM 1 NO

Contact: Dr. Richard A. Kuntze, Technical Director

Contact: B. Luzak, President CANADIAN WATER AND WASTEWATER

ASSOCIATION (CWWA) 20-5330 Canotek Rd., Ottawa, ON K1J 9C3

631 N. Stephanie St., # 279, Henderson, NV 89014 USA (877)236-1256 Fax:(702)568-1446 E-maii: tpaimer@instrument.org Web site: www.instrument.org Contact: Tony Palmer, Executive Director ITA, a non-profit, technical and educational associa tion promotes the understanding, selection, improve ment, and cost-effective use of instrumentation and

automation technologies by disseminating perform ance tests, studies and training. ITA's members in clude municipal and industrial treatment facilities, consultants, manufacturers, and regulatory agencies.

(613)747-0524 Fax:(613)747-0523 Contact: T. Duncan Ellison, Executive Director ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO LAND SURVEYORS

1043 McNicoil Ave., Toronto ON M1W3W6

(416)491-9020 Fax:(416)491-2576 E-maii: admin@aois.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 surveying pro

CONSULTING ENGINEERS OF ONTARIO 405-10 Four Seasons Place, Toronto, ON M9B 6H7

(416)620-1400 Fax:(416)620-5803 Contact: John Gamble, President

NEBB CANADA

10449 Fourth Line, R.R. #5, Milton, ON L9T 2X9

ESAA

(905)877-1208 Fax:(905)877-9506 Contact: Audrey Clark. Chapter Coordinator

fessionals. Their combined skills are a valuable re

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES ASSOCIATION

source, recognized, 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 artifi

OF ALBERTA (ESAA) 1710-10303 Jasper Ave. NW,Edmonton, ABT5J 3N6 (800)661 -9278,(780)429-6363 Fax:(780)429-4249 E-mail: keller@esaa.org Contact: Jerry Keller, Executive Director

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MUNICIPAL WASTE INTEGRATION NETWORK

(MWIN) P.O. Box 1116, 704 Glen Morris Rd. W, Ayr, ON N0B1E0 (519)620-9654 Fax:(519)620-9678 Contact: Maryanne Hill, Executive Director

ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF SEWAGE

INDUSTRY SERVICES(OASIS) P.O. Box 190, 17 McLean Ave., Haveiock, ON

K0L1Z0 (705)778-1265 Fax:(705)778-1269 Contact: Don Kelioway, Executive Director

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Guide to Environmental Associations

O O C P A

E-maii: mbali@piasticpipe.org Web site: www.piasticpipe.org Contact: Michael Bail, Marketing Manager The CPPA, a division of the Plastics Pipe Institute, is your information resource on corrugated high-den sity polyethylene drainage pipe and key issues related to our manufacturers' products, including: strength, structural integrity, service life, proper installation, hy draulics, and chemical/abrasion resistance. The CPPA Division of PPi is dedicated to serving engineers, high way and transportation agencies, government enti

spectrum of equipment and services for the air and water poiiution control marketplace.

Ontario

Concrete Pipe Association ONTARIO

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SOCIETY OP PROPESSIONAi.

ONTARIO CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

5045 South Service Rd., First Floor, Burlington, ON L7L5Y7 (905)631-9696 Fax:(905)631-1905 Web site: www.ocpa.com Contact: Paul Smeltzer, Executive Director

Incorporated in 1957,the Ontario Concrete Pipe As sociation (OCPA) is a non-profit industry association. It promotes high standards of business practice and product quality of its members, providing technical information to specifiers, regulators, contractors and educators. Producers of concrete pipe, maintenance holes, box culverts and sewers, and precast concrete specialty products joined to form OCPA. Companies that provide products and sen/ices to its producer members are also welcome members of the OCPA.

ENGINEERS ONTARIO SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL

ENGINEERS

502-4950 Yonge St., Toronto, ON M2N 6K1 (416)223-9961 Fax:(416)223-9963 E-maii: info@ospe.on.ca Web site: www.ospe.on.ca Contact: Stephen Jack, Director, Member Services The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers is the voice of engineers and engineering in Ontario, it ad vances the professional and economic interests of its members by working with governments, offering lead ing edge professional development opportunities and providing valued member services.

ties and contractors.

SUBMERSIBLE WASTEWATER PUMP

ASSOCIATION (SWPA) 1866 Sheridan Rd., Suite 201, Flighiand Park, IL 60035-2545 USA

(847)681-1868 Fax:(847)681-1869 Contact: Charles Stoiberg, Executive Director WATER ENVIRONMENT ASSOCIATION OF

ONTARIO(WEAO) ONTARIO MUNICIPAL WATER ASSOCIATION

ONTARIO WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION

P.O. Box 176, Stn Main, Milton, ON L9T 4N9

35 Bogart Ores., Beiieviiie, ON K8P 5E9 (613)967-0350 Fax:(613)967-0690 Contact: Douglas Parker, Executive Director

(A Section of AWWA) 45 Twenty Third St., Etobicoke, ON M8V 3M6 (416)252-7060 Fax:(416)252-3908

(416)410-6933 Fax:(416)410-1626 Contact: Julie Vincent, Executive Administrator WATER ENVIRONMENT FEDERATION

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS ONTARIO

1000-25 Sheppard Ave. W, Toronto, ON M2N 6S9 (416)224-1100 Fax:(416)224-8168

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WASTEWATER ASSOCIATION (WCWWA) 203-301 14 St. NW, Calgary, AB T2N 2A1 (403)283-2003 Fax: (403)283-2007 Contact: Audrey Arisman, Executive Director

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ONTARIO POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION

70 Leek Ores., Richmond Hiii, ON L4B 1H1

P.O. Box 137, Midhurst, ON LOL 1X0

(416)499-4000 Fax:(416)499-8752 Contact: Wendy R. May, Administrator

(705)725-0917 Fax:(705)725-1068 Web site: www.opcea.com Contact: Kelly Madden, Executive Administrator Our association is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting member companies in the promotion of their equipment and sen/ices to the poiiution control market seotor of Ontario. Originally founded in 1970 under the name Ontario Sanitation Equipment Asso ciation, the OPCEA has sinoe grown to over 140 member companies whose fields encompass a broad

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Pre-lnsulated Flexible Pipe Systems Pex-Fiex, Copper-Flex and SteelFlex pre-insuiated pipe systems for

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pumps in tubuiar casing design, based on KSB standards. The main

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applications for municipai users inciude: purification plant, wastewater/ sewage pumping stations, mixed water pumping stations, land recla mation pumping stations, iand drain age piant, and stormwater retention

complete with bonded polyurethane foam and polyethylene jacket. Sup plied in coils, these flexible systems allow reduction in number of joints and elbows. Complete selection of brass compression fittings available.

tanks.

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Urecon Ltd.

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Danfoss analytical meters

Solving monitoring and control applications I: VITA'

Arjay Engineering Ltd. manufactures capacitance level instrumentation, ppm oil/water monitors and detection equipment for combustible and toxic gas. Arjay instruments are highly respected for their 30 years of re search and design expertise in solv ing monitoring and control applica

DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS

ANALYTICAL METERS

clude: nutrient measurement in sew

age system, oxygen profile measure ment in the reactors of diffuser mod

tions in Canada. Please visit our web site: www.daviscontrois.com.

ules and outlet measurement of oxy gen, ammonium phosphate and ni

Davis Controls Ltd.

trate to monitor and document treat

ment quality.

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Waterloo Barrier is a low permeabil ity cutoff wall for groundwater con

est manufacturer of submersible

pumps and mixers. Extensive re search In fluid dynamics and over 50 years experience with submersibles, enable ill Flygt to pro vide customers with designs for pumping and mixing applications, an extensive range of products, and software programs to help custom ers with design and systems engi neering. ITT Flygt Circle reply card No. 204

Davis Controls Ltd.

Controlling contaminated groundwater

Submersible pumps &mixers Pumps and

Danfoss EVITA IN SiTU analytical meters ensure optimum process con trol resulting in increased plant capac ity, cleaner effluent, less sludge pro duction and dramatically reduced en ergy consumption. Applications in

tainment and control. It is a new de

sign of steel sheet piling featuring joints that can be sealed after the sheets have been driven into the

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ground. The product was developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo and has patent/patent pending status In several countries. Canadian Metal Roiling Mills as sisted in the development of the prod uct

Waterloo Barrier Inc.

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Engineering Guide now available!

The CON/SPAN Engineering Guide is a valuable tool with all the neces

engineering guide

sary information to consider the CON/SPAN System for many differ ent design applications. Filled with numerous figures and charts, the En gineering Guide provides a reference of design parameters, standard de tail illustrations, and limited design methodologies. Available in binder or CD Rom format. CON/SPAN Canada

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Pre-Englneered Pump and Monitoring Packages

Pre-engineered pump and monitoring packages Metcon offers a variety of pre-engi neered,fabricated metering and con trol packages, as well as design and fabrication of custom systems. Pack aged panels are corrosion resistant, pre-engineered, pre-packaged, com pletely self-contained packages with chemical metering pumps, ail neces sary piping, appurtenances and fit tings assembled and tested. Premounted packages are a cost-effec tive way of ensuring reliable systems. Metcon Sales & Engineering Circle reply card No. 207

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Product and Service Showcase HOPE pipe in-service report

Concrete Pipe Handbook

The American Concrete

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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. 208

Get the most from your quality management system

Reducing hydrogen sulfide from gas and air streams ADI International Inc.

Association

(ACPA) has released a report on the condition of HOPE pipe in-serv-

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U.S. The report, pre pared by Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc., Northbrook, 111., reviews the performance associated with large diameter HOPE culvert and cross drains. The 64 page report includes ta bles, graphs and 45 full-colour photo graphs. For a copy of the report, contact the ACPA Resource Centre, 800-2902272. Nonmember cost: $18.00 (U.S.) ps&h. American Concrete Pipe Assoeiation

announces a new ad

mm.'

sorption process for the reduction of hy drogen sulfide from gas and air streams. With MEDIA G2®, the company's pat ented

iron-oxide

coated filter media,up to 99.99% of H,S is removed. With a one minute contact time,

concentrations as high as 30,000 ppm have been reduced to below 1 ppm. MEDIA 02" is capable of multiple regenerations without chemicals or backwashing. ADI can provide complete systems to meet any size need. ADI International

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MAGFLO® magnetic flow

Drive solutions for water and wastewater

meters

Management Systems

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& Safety • Public & On-site Training catalogue. BSl Management Systems Canada em ploys over 70 full-time assessors operat ing from 15 cities across Canada and

The MAGFLO"' Magnetic Flow Meter from Danfoss is easy to install, easy to commission, easy to service, highly de pendable; it offers simplicity that saves you money for years to come. The MAGFLO'3100 comes with either Neo-

serves more than 2,600 clients.

prene or EPDM linings and AISI 316 Ti electrodes. User-friendly operator inter face and SENSORPROM technology.

BSI Management Systems

Davis Controls Limited

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EMSL Analytical Inc.

JetMix

For more than 30 years Danfoss has dem onstrated leadership in water manage ment with a host of measurable benefits. For wastewater treatment the VET*'drives

ensure reduced energy consumption, im proved throughput and a reduction in chemical usage. For water supply sys tems, the drives reduce water leakages, bursts and maintenance costs. Davis Controls Limited

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For all your storage needs

EMSL now has 21 nationwide loca tions in the US and in the last three

years has seen a major expansion into Microbiologi cal Analyses. Staff of the laboratories

in New York City and Westmont in

clude Mycologists and Microbiologists with PhDs. Mold

testing includes tape samples, bulk samples, agar plate samples and analysis of air cassettes. EMSL Analytical Inc.

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

The MegaDome is a versatile, cost-effi cient structure that adapts to the expand ing storage needs of your growing busi ness. Harnois' versatile structures are preengineered to meet local building codes and are designed with high side walls for maximum storage capacity and accessi bility. • Corrosion resistant

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Greatario Engineered Storage Systems

Harnois Industries Inc.

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Product and Service Showcase ITT Flygt's controllers and remote monitoring

The FloGet aeration system The FloGet aeration

Logimac, MacTec and Alpha are designed to produce reliable, ef fective results for wa

ter treatment systems

large and small. ITT Flygt starters(manual or automatic) ensure uninterrupted drain age from sites of all types to protect equipment from flood risk. Logimac and MacTec can be easily and seamlessly adapted to the requirements of your ap plication. Premature wear of pumping equipment is a major concern. The FPC 100 provides a solution to this problem while also reducing pumping equipment energy costs. ITT Flygt Circle reply card No. 217

Multi-stage filter for small systems

unit has been specifi cally designed for use â&#x2013; -i.

^ " in small to medium sized tanks and ba

sins. The company says that it is robust, user-friendly, easy to install, operate and maintain, with no need for any compres sors. The self contained unit can handle

a series of tasks including BOC/COD re duction, mixing, homogenization, odour

used in any shape or size tank. In order to provide optimum results, Flygt nonclogging submersible N-pumps of differ ing power and hydraulic performance can be connected to the ejectors to vary flow capacities. ITT Flygt Circle reply card No. 218

Manufactured by Mixing Systems, Inc., jets are both versatile and effective. Sys tems are custom-designed to satisfy var ied process demands and tank sizes. Mixing and oxygen transfer are inde pendently controlled. Energy efficient, low maintenance, no in-basin moving parts, with liquid depths from 15 to 60 feet. Mixing Systems, Inc. Circle reply card No. 219

Filter underdrains

Package Water and

control and oxidization. The FloGet unit is manufactured to be flexible and can be

Wastewater Plants Adapted to Your Needs

Parkson has introduced a new underdrain 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. MS Filter Inc.

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Measurement solutions

Do you need to ensure high qual ity, reduce operat ing costs and comply with envi ronmental regula tions? This is an

easy-to-read re source for opera tors of water dis

tribution, wastewater treatment and re lated industries about level measurement

instruments and applications, as well as installation tips and techniques for best results. Siemens Milltronics instruments set the standard for level measurement

with innovative technology and strong technical support. Siemens Milltronics

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Jet aeration, jet mixing, SBR systems

design for traveling bridge filters. The SmartCelF" system eliminates most of the field labour associated with the in stallation of the filter underdrain. Indi

vidual cell modules are completely shop assembled, including the installation of porous plates. The system eliminates many of the difficulties inherent in field assembly of the traditional underdrain. Parkson Corporation

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Environmental services

We supply Package Water and Sewage Treatment Plants worldwide. The Pack

age Wastewater Plant concept is a low cost, odourless plant, achieving a high de gree of treatment. It is economical, easy to install and operate, reliable, fulfills regu latory requirements and is ideal for any location unable to connect to municipal sewer systems.

Sanitherm Engineering Ltd. Circle reply card No. 222

Digital communication

Stantec provides value-added pro fessional services

Stantec

and technologies in the five principal market segments of environment,

buildings, industrial, transportation and urban land, from over 40 locations prin cipally in North America. Environmen tal engineering services include munici pal and industrial wastewater treatment, wastewater collection and pumping, mu nicipal and industrial water treatment, water distribution, pumping and storage and general municipal engineering. A full range of environmental management services is also provided. Stantec Consulting Ltd.

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Auma's 2-wire digital communication keeps the customer in control. Commu nication protocols such as Modbus, DeviceNet and Profibus are very com plex and have been developed by the best computer communication minds in the industry. They allow the exchange of in formation between devices in the field,

e.g. actuators, sensors and controls, as required for the automation of control led processes. Troy-Ontor Inc.

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Product and Service Showcase Series Stormceptor system

Oil/water separators

HS-1 Oil/Water Interface Sensor The Waterra HS-1 Oil/Water Interface Sensor is now even more sensitive. The

HS-1 probe uses unique ultrasonic tech nology that makes it very robust and easy to clean. A new electrode configuration now makes the probe even more accu Developed for the treatment of larger catchment areas, 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 cham bers before recombining into a single out let pipe, it effectively doubles the treat ment area of the inline system. Stormceptor Canada Inc.

rate. Waterra

Oil/Water Interface and Water Level

tapes are still the lightest and most port

ZCL coalescing separators provide sub stantially higher design flows than grav ity separators having the same footprint. An enhanced MPak* design removes oil droplets as small as 20 microns! Efflu ent oil concentrations are reduced to as

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low as 10 parts per million. ZCL oil/ water separators are manufactured with premium-grade fibreglass reinforced plastic. They have no moving parts and require minimal maintenance. ZCL Composites Inc. Circle reply card No.228

Small drinking water systems

Chemical tank cleaning

ChemScan Process Analyzers

able on the

market today. Waterra

The analyzers are ideal for the

automatic analy sis ofliquid sam ples from one or more points in a process. Many chemical and optical parameters can be detected and accessories allow sample handling from up to eight remote sample points and for sample conditioning prior to analysis if necessary. Systems can be provided that range from simple analysis ofa single parameter at one sample point, to complex automatic extraction, filtra tion and analysis ofsamples from multi ple sample points for multiple para meters. Cancoppas CftemScjii

ZENON's new Modular Drinking Water (MDW)system has been specifically de signed to overcome the challenges faced by small communities of50 to 5,000 peo ple. The system is based on the patented ZeeWeed' membrane technology incor porated in large treatment plants. This ultrafiltration system is cost-effective, easy-to-use, and requires only minimal supervision, while consistently produc ing high quality water. ZENON Environmental Inc.

Tank surfaces in contact with water will

accumulate organic and inorganic depos its over time. These deposits can cause a decline in chlorine residual, increased DBFs, and increased HFC numbers. Heavy deposits lead to increased corrosion

and reduce the lifetime ofsurface coatings. NSF approved Floran products have been developed for convenient & efficient one step chemical cleaning of water tank and filter surfaces. ClearTech Industries

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Inlet Stormceptor® system

Advanced Biological Wastewater Treatment

The Inlet Storm

Technology

ceptor System em ploys the same prin ciples ofoperation as

the ideal solution

the well-known In

for your Class A

line Interceptors. Developed to treat

Reclaimed Water

Membrane Bioreactor(MBR) ZENON's ZeeWeed® MBR produces ter tiary quality effluent and simplifies —

Ecofluid USBF is

wastewater treatment.

The proven system replaces conventional filtration and com

bines clarification,

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

requirements and retrofitting exist ing treatment plants to increase capacity and improve the level oftreatment to meet increasingly stringent regulatory requirements. USBF is the result of over forty years of R&D, testing and practical experience and pro vides an efficient, highly affordable wastewater treatment plant with low maintenance and operating costs with no inherent capacity limits. Ecofluid USBF

aeration and sludge digestion into one, simpler and smaller process step. The modular system can be easily expanded in a "just in time" manner to match surrounding community growth,reducing front-end development costs. Froven in hundreds ofinstallations, ZeeWeed® MBR is ideal for municipal and industrial applications of all sizes

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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-

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from < 10,000 GFD to > 10 MGD. ZENON Environmental Inc.

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Product and Service Showcase Acid wastewater

Automated Septage Receiving

neutralizing system

Station

PHIX is an environ-

mentally-friendly sys tem that adjusts the pH of acidic wastewater

streams to within regu latory limits without constant operator at tention. The innova

tion is a flow-through reactor design that ensures all wastewater comes into contact with the PHIX Me dia. This creates a more effective and ef

ficient neuti'alization process, and can be used in continuous or batch flows. The media will neutralize acid wastewater with

out the use of metering pumps controlled by pH sensors. Green Turtle Technologies Circle reply card No.235

The Honey Mon ster™ helps to make Honey truck receiving areas clean, sanitary and efficient. It is an

easy-to-install modular system that removes inorganic solids from wastewater, washes and dewaters the solids and decreases volume

by grinding them up. Rags, plastics, sticks & other solids are quickly shredded by the powerful Muffin Monster® grinder. This protects pumps and prevents clog ging. The fully automated system can unload a truck in 5-15 minutes and re

The most essential

drainage pipe indus try is now available to order on CD. The

Plastics Pipe Insti tute offers its Design Manual for corru

gated high density polyethylene pipe to civil engineers, contractors and state and county highway officials who design and install drainage systems. Topics include flow, pipe/soil structure, design method ology, installation and construction, du rability and quality control. To pre-order a copy, call LaShawn Smith at 1 -888-3146774, ext. 17. Plastics Pipe Institute

ventional aerobic treatment. Pilot stud

ies are performed when treatability is un certain. Every treatment train is system custom-designed according to your needs. More information can be found

JWC Environmental

at www.adisystems.ca. ADI Systems

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Clamp-on Ultrasonic

Grundfos environmental

pumping systems

Flowmeter Prosonic Flow

New Redi-Flo3 submersible

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On-site biological anaerobic and aerobic wastewater treatment systems for indus trial processors with high-strength wastes. Technologies range from low-rate to ultra-high-rate anaerobic and include the proprietary ADI-SBR along with con

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Protal 7125 is used as a rehabilitation

coating for existing low temperature inservice operating pipelines, station pip ing, girth welds, tie-ins, push rack (laybarge applications), abrasion resist ant coating for boring applications, re pairs to FBE,fittings and fabrication. Can be used for new construction where

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EMS Inc. assists in identifying environ mental issues and establishing manage ment programs that ensure continuous improvement,demonstrate due diligence and optimize investments. Programs are geared to specifically address client ob jectives and can range from fine-tuning existing procedures to developing envi ronmental management systems based on ISO 14000 standards. EMS Inc. is expe rienced in identifying and evaluating en vironmental risks. Environmental Man

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The new Q22P twowire pH sensor is powered by 7-30 VDC and provides a 4-20 m A output.This sensor is ideal for ap plications utilizing

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Multiple Pipe, Multiple Path Transit Time Fiow Meter Using the world's most

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meter provides accurate ultrasonic flow measurement of cleaner liquids and liq uids containing some suspended solids

mount meters, user-

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designed measurement systems and as a replacement sensor in some non-Quan tum systems. The sensor includes all of the standard features ofthe Model Q25P, including PEEK sensor components,cus tom cord grip, replaceable saltbridge, glass-covered reference electrode and

invasive, non-fouling transducers allow ing easy installation on pipes from 2" to 100". The multi-pipe/multi-path features permit several different configurations for various applications, including flow

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summation,difference, master meter,and

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The Forest Stewardship Recognition Program (FSRP) has honoured biologist Steve Hounsell of Ontario Power Gen eration for his leadership in promoting an innovative ap proach to OPG's global warming reforestation efforts in southern Ontario.

"Steve Flounsell has worked tirelessly to convince peo ple, both inside and outside ofthe corporation,that tree plant ing must be done using the right mix oftrees that are geneti cally adapted to the local area. These new forests will pro vide good wildlife habitat, along with all the other benefits that come from forests," says A1 Davidson, chairman of

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The OPG's Carbon Sequestration and Biodiversity Man agement Program is the first major industry-sponsored re

forestation effort in Ontario to link carbon sequestration ef forts(the amount ofcarbon absorbed or stored in trees) with biodiversity goals. Tree planting to help reduce global warm ing will also aid in the recovery of several woodland-dependent wildlife species that have been in decline. About 1.6 million native trees and shrubs will be planted across southern Ontario over five years. The FSRP was established in 1998 to recognize and pro mote forest stewardship and conservation in Canada's for ests. Contact: Lynn Mclntyre,Wildlife Habitat Canada,Tel: (613) 722-2090 ext. 234

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Safety in the Workplace

How to protect lone workers and save money

Downsizing of staff by Municipalities and Corpor ations due to financial pres

sures has made the issue of

lone worker protection a hot topic with workers, unions and employers alike. Employers balk at the cost of having to call in two people to do a one person job or to have two operators on shift where one would suffice. Workers, who at night and weekends are called in for emergency work or who operate a wa ter or wastewater treatment plant on their

Motion" detector that provides an audi ble alarm should the wearer be incapaci tated. Using a unique Spread Spectrum Radio Technology, GRACE combined

should the worker stop moving for a pre set period of time (typically 30 to 90 seconds). This pre-alert operates for eight seconds and, if no motion is de

the function of the PASS device with

tected, the full audio and visual alarms

wireless radio and came up with a moni toring system that alarms to a central control module should a fire fighter be

on the PASS device are activated and a

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own, are left without assistance should

radio signal is sent to the GEM module. The GEM module provides a userrecorded verbal message such as "Worker down at 123 Main Street"

which is broadcast locally over an inte gral speaker and can be transmitted over phone lines using a telephone dialer. In addition, relay contacts in the GEM

they get hurt or disabled and are unable

module allow for remote audio or visual

to raise an alarm.

alarms.

The typical range of the receiver is

Injuries, which could be minor if treated quickly, can become very seri

3/4 of a mile line of sight and an op tional remote antenna and repeater sta

ous or fatal if the victim is not found

and provided with prompt medical treat ment. In some cases these injured work

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tions are available to increase the area

ers have not been discovered until the

covered. In some applications where the workers are going from site to site, they

following day.

can take the GEM module with them and

Some employers have these person nel call into security on a regularly scheduled basis to ensure their safety. Another option is to equip the employee with portable radios. This method works as long as the employee is conscious and the radio is functioning. Ifan employee has a heart attack, is overcome by a haz ardous environment, or is rendered un

conscious by some other mishap, he or she will be unable to raise the alarm.

Neither of these methods truly provides the continuous protection that is essen tial to a worker's safety and well-being. GRACE Industries manufactures

PASS (Personal Alert Safety Systems) devices or"Man-Down" alarms for fire services. The PASS device is a "Lack of

plug it into a phone jack at the new site. rendered unconscious. A manual alarm button also allows the user to activate

the alarm should he/she get into trouble and require immediate assistance. The company has modified the de sign for industrial applications and de veloped a system for lone worker pro tection. The system consists of a GEM control module that is powered by 115 Vac with an internal battery back-up and the radio transmitting PASS device worn by the worker. This device, which is 2" X 1-1/2' X 3" and powered by a 9 Vdc battery, continuously monitors the work er's movement, using a solid-state accelerometer which will initially provide a local audio and visual pre-alert alarm

The standard GEM module is avail

able in a number of configurations, which can monitor from two to sixteen

workers in several different buildings, providing they are within the GEM's range. An upscale version, called the GEM LCD will monitor up to 800 per sons individually by name. Last September GRACE introduced a new model to the emergency services field called the EVACUATE 3 which,in addition to providing worker protection, can be used as an evacuate system where single workers, groups or all employees can be told to evacuate the site with the

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Water Management

Planning for rivers with waterpower facilities

Many waterpower genera

tion facilities in Canada

are over 50 years old and were constructed prior to the enactment ofprovincial environmen tal assessment legislation. Therefore, environmental and social(First Nations, recreational and tourism) values were not considered to the degree that they

are today with new waterpower devel opments.

Several waterpower operators in Canada recognized this deficiency and, with encouragement from federal and provincial government resource agen cies, have voluntarily introduced changes in water levels and flows into their operational plans to improve con ditions for the aquatic ecology and re source users of a river system.

While many waterpower operators in Canada have informal water manage

ment plans in place, some provincial government resource agencies have identified a need to formalize the water

management planning framework in an effort to better balance the environmen

tal, social and economic attributes on a river system.

The impetus to formalize the water management planning process in On tario occurred with restructuring of the electricity market and passage of the Energy Competition Act in 1998. Shortly afterwards(in December,2000) the Ontario Lakes and Rivers Improve ment Act was amended to provide the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

(MNR) with the statutory authority to request water management plans. In May, 2002, Water Management Plan ning Guidelines for Waterpower were

of these river systems (except the Magnetawan River) have multiple waterpower facilities and some(Abitibi and Muskoka Rivers) involve multiple waterpower operators. Acres & Associated's environmental

staff has specialized knowledge of en vironmental impacts of hydroelectric power operations which is combined with the water resource modeling exper tise in their parent company (Acres In ternational Limited). Acres' water re source engineers use hydrologic mod els specifically suited for hydroelectric operations that incorporate environmen tal, social and economic inputs to evalu ate the effects of implementing poten tial water management strategies on water levels and flows, and, by exten sion, the effects on the aquatic ecology, flood management capability and re

There are, however, potential envi ronmental, social and economic costs whenever modifications to existing

managed river systems are introduced. For example,introducing(or enhancing) baseflow downstream of a generating station has the potential to cause more drawdown on the reservoir above the

generating station since there is a finite volume of water available in the system. This, in turn, can adversely affect the

aquatic ecology in the reservoir while attempting to improve the aquatic ecol ogy downstream. Moreover, additional drawdown of the reservoir has social

implications for cottagers and/or resort owners (e.g. their boat docks). If one attempts to maintain existing reservoir drawdown levels, there will

likely be insufficient water during cer tain periods ofthe year to maintain con tinuous baseflow, and there will be less

source users.

Of particular interest to MNR is the establishment ofan ecosystem approach to water management whereby a water

management plan is developed for an entire river system, rather than simply operating waterpower stations in isola tion in accordance with individual op erating plans. The focus ofecological strategies has

primarily been in two key areas: • Introducing(or enhancing)riverine baseflows to improve conditions down stream for the aquatic ecology and habi

water to generate power during peak hours ofdemand. Conversely, introduc ing higher reservoir minimum levels to increase permanent wetted areas for the aquatic ecology has the potential to in crease the flooding of shoreline proper ties and could also reduce flood man

agement capability downstream of a generating station. A key lesson learned during water management planning is that everyone's needs/expectations will not likely be satisfied and a compromise is required.

• Trying to achieve higher reservoir minimum levels to increase permanently

However,it is also important to consider that effective water management plan ning involves an adaptive management

wetted areas.

process.

tat.

Full Supply Level [Flood Management Limit)

Flood Surchaige Zone

Maximum Summer Level for Recreation

introduced in Ontario. Present Operating Zone

Acres & Associated Environmental

Limited is presently involved in six wa ter management plans across Ontario which are in various stages of progress. These are the Michipicoten River Wa ter Management Plan, the Montreal River Water Management Plan, the Muskoka River Water Management Plan (Phase I), the Magnetawan River Water Management Plan, the Abitibi River Water Management Plan, and the Mississagi Water Management Plan. All

for Hydro Generation

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Voluntary Winter Drawdown Limit

for Ecology

for Ecology Stable or

Rising Period

for Walleye

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Present Operating Zone for Hydro Generation

Minimum Summer Level for Recreation

February

March

April

May

June

July

August September Octotwr November December

Average Year(1992) -e-Dry Year(1998) -•-Wei Year(1996);

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Infrastructure Rehabilitation

FRP technology used to repair and strengthen municipal aqueduct system

The first-ever on-site applica

tion ofFibre-Reinforced Poly mer(FRP)strengthening tech nology to water pipelines ena bled a Rhode Island Water Supply Board to repair rather than replace 50-year-old pipes in its aqueduct system. The Water Supply Board faced a di lemma in 1998, when a major section of an old 102" diameter water line in

Cranston, Rhode Island,failed. The rup tured precast concrete cylinder pipe failed due to corroded prestressing wires, which were the primary reinforce ment in place to contain 120-psi water pressure as well as the overburden and live loads. The Providence water line failure raised valid concerns that other sections

of the aqueduct could also be prone to failure, since the pipes had originally been installed as long ago as 50 years. Ultrasonic (pulse echo) and acoustic (hammer sounding) testing identified

other areas of potential concern where

time. In the case of the Providence Aq ueduct,the individual repairs were scat tered along a five-mile stretch of line, which meant that the steel liner approach would be both costly and overly intru sive. For this reason, SPS believed that

exterior delaminations could be occur

ring. An inspection ofthe entire water line system confirmed these suspicions. It revealed vulnerabilities in 20 non-con

secutive 16-foot-long sections within a five-mile stretch of the pipeline. Strengthening these sections was deemed important to the long-term du rability of the system. Structural Pres ervation Systems(SPS),a national con

the installation of a carbon fibre-rein-

forced polymer (FRP) sheet lining would be the fastest,least disruptive, and most cost-effective repair solution. This carbon fibre strengthening de sign assumed that the existing prestressing wire was no longer effec tive. SPS designed a multi-ply system to carry the 125-psi internal service loads,the live and dead loads ofthe soil, plus additional safety factors. Layers were internally wrapped around the cir cumference of the pipe, as well as lon gitudinally. The design called for surface areas to be completely covered with car bon fibre - essentially creating a "pipe within a pipe." In order to eliminate the possibility of water infiltrating behind

crete repair contractor headquartered in Maryland, was invited to propose on the repair and strengthening ofthe sections. Designing a better approach to repairs Preventive aqueduct pipe repairs are often made by inserting a steel liner in sections, welding them together, then grouting the annular space between the new and old sections. But this approach

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Infrastructure Rehabilitation

the FRP system, thus bypassing the strengthening system and making it in effective, a waterstop-type termination detail was designed for the end of each 16-foot section of pipe. Testing the Design Once the design was finalized, fullscale testing on three pipe sections was conducted by SPS to validate its effec tiveness. Testing multiple sections as opposed to a single pipe section pro vided the chance to test a complete waterstop termination detail at both the spigot and bell ends of a pipe section. After the FRP liner was installed, the prestressing strands at the centre of the strengthened section were cut so as to guarantee a full test ofthe FRP.The pipe assembly was sealed with large steel bulkheads and then filled with water.

Next, the test pipe was pressurized at steadily increasing rates until failure almost 300 psi, which is 2-1/2 times the service and surge pressures, and within 5% of the capacity of a new pipe. The actual repairs began in January 2000, in typical New England winter weather conditions. The pipe sections to be strengthened were buried 10 to 15 feet

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underground, and some were situated miles apart from one another. Access points were limited and, predictably, not always near the areas to be repaired. Ladders were placed in the 30-inch di ameter service holes to provide access to the repair areas, and a tripod and winch pulley system was used to raise and lower materials into the work area. Because of the confined work environ

Sanitherm

ment,special safety measures needed to

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be enacted.

fections. The surfaces were now ready for the FRP installation.

Prior to installation, the FRP sheets were cut to a predetermined length in an above-ground staging area. Once the sheets were lowered into the work area, they were saturated with an epoxy saturant. Each FRP sheet was then applied to the pipe's circumference in three sec tions, with a 4-inch overlap. Metal rib rollers were used to push out any air bubbles,and to press the FRP sheets into

Because the pipe sections had not been dry in years, high levels of humid ity coupled with working temperatures required constant monitoring to ensure

the saturant. A second layer ofthe saturant was then applied to form a com

Sanitherm Engineering Limited is pleased

ambient conditions for the FRP instal

subsequent layers ofcarbon fibre. Lastly,

to announce the addition of Rick Johnson to

lation. Blowers, dehuniidifiers and heat

an epoxy topcoat approved for potable

ers kept the relative humidity level be

water applications was applied to pro tect the FRP and provide a safe, sealed passageway for the water. Using lightweight, flexible carbon fibre material for strengthening the Providence Aqueduct turned out to be an innovative, cost-effective solution. The total project cost came in on budget,

Limited

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tween 40% and 50%, and the ambient temperature between 55° and 60° F.

Before the FRP was applied, SPS conducted pull tests to verify the poten tial bond strength ofthe actual pipe sur faces. These tests revealed that failure occurred in the subsurface at an aver

age of 300 psi — well over the 200 psi necessary for the carbon fibre applica tion per the American Concrete Institute and manufacturer's guidelines.

Next, high-pressure waterblasting removed sediment from the pipe's inte rior to prepare the surface for the car bon fibre application. Scaffolding was

plete fibre/laminate matrix. This process was repeated for the

and its success earned the International

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erected to allow the technicians to reach

the top of the pipe, and to prevent walk ing on the bottom. To prepare the sur face, an epoxy primer was applied, fol lowed by a trowel-applied epoxy putty material to fill voids and level imper

By Jay Thomas and Robert St. John, Structural Preservation Systems

Environmental Science & Engineering, January 2003


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