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Contents 1SSN-0835-605X

January 2005 Vol. 17 No.6

Issued January 2005 ES&E invites articies (approx. 1000 words) on water, wastewater, hazardous waste treatment and other environmentai protection

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topics, if you are interested in submitting an articie for considera tion, please contact Steve Davey at steve@esemag.com. Please note that Environmentai Science & Engineering Publications inc.

reserves the right to edit ail submissions without notice.

FEATURES 7

Jail sentence follows Walkerton saga

18

Nuclear storage casks could contaminate water supplies

20

Chlorination solves clarifier foaming problems

22

Canadians help in Armenian wastewater treatment training

24

Modular insulated cover system mitigates wastewater facility algae problem

26

Advances in instrumentation control costs and help plants meet regulations

28

Biotechnology could create a new era in clean manufacturing

30

Using DMA fingerprinting to determine multiple sources of

DEPARTIVIENTS Environmental News

8-17

Literature Reviews

61

Professional Cards

70

Product Showcase

64-67,77,82

conform contamination

32

Pumps power lake oxygenation and restore fishing industry

34

Water meter reading can be fast, efficient and reliable

36

Evaluating the environmental value of plasma waste converters

39

Coping with arsenic in water supplies

45

Treating stormwater in small areas

46

Reviewing membrane water treatment technologies

48

Project timing and scheduling are vital on Middle

Classifieds Ad Index

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Galvanizing steel operation improves its wastewater

Environmental Consultants

process

and Testing Laboratories

Lined reinforced concrete sewer pipe project solves odour complaints

Equipment and Service Suppliers

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Durham completes water quality assurance system

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Web based technology can help achieve environmental compliance goals

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Editorial by Tom Davey

Jail sentence follows Walkerton saga

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perspective on water-borne diseases and infrastructure maintenanee. Photos projected on his powerpoint revealed some shocking views of tuberculated infrastructure. Garry said that even when the infrastructure was dosed with chlorine - wiping out many of the bacteria - tuberculation still allowed E. coli to escape the chlorine in the various nooks and crannies, to emerge to reproduce again. Seeing this macabre colour shot of the tuberculated pipe, I thought it looked somewhat like a Harry Potter version of downtown city skyscrapers. When Garry uses more scientifie nomenclature to describe the lethality inherent in tuberculation the reality is even more dramatie. I quote from his article: "Bacteria trapped in biofilm can be protected from direct contact with the external environment. For this rea

Figures illustrate a pipe containing biofilm and a scanning electron micrograph (below) of the surface of a pipe con taining bacteria, isolated from Walkerton during the investigation in 2000.

Victims of the Walkerton drinking water tragedy

moved a stage closer to closure five days before Christmas when Stan Koebel, 51, formerly the town's utility manager, was senteneed to one year in prison. While responsible for the water treatment system, he had lied and falsified records. An outbreak of E. coli

0157:H7 killed seven people and siekened some 2,500 peo ple, many of them children. His younger brother Frank, 46, judged less culpable than his older brother, was sentenced to nine months house arrest.

Both brothers had pleaded guilty on November 30 to lesser charges of common nuisance which carried a maxi mum sentence of two years. Justice Bruce Durno said he could not solely blame the Koebel brothers for what was wrongly termed Canada's worst drinking water disaster. This particular E. coli was implicated some years ago, causing both death and disease from hamburgers in a US restaurant. Indeed, for a while, this particular strain of E. coli was called pink hamburger disease and was the subject of a book by Robin Cook called Toxin which I read some ten years ago. In the hands of this famous author, who is also a medical doctor, E. coli epidemiology was blended into a powerful drama while giving new insights into the lethality of this bacterium which had not then made its debut as a publicized water threat. Many people in Walkerton were outraged by what they felt was a light sentence. The tainted water has resulted in severe and continuing illness among residents and the eeonomic costs continue to be high. Businesses failed and jobs were lost. In addition to the high legal and medical costs, the widely praised report by Justice O'Connor into the inci

son, disinfection systems useful for bacteria in the water phase may not be effective to kill bacteria in biqfdm struc tures. Studies have shown that pathogenic microorganisms such as E. coli, Salmonella, Yersinia, Campylobacter and Cryptosporidium can all be harbored in the biofilm of water distribution systems (Percival et ai, 2000). Several reports have also shown that E. coli and E. coli 0157:H7 can survive and grow in biofilms (Keevil, et ai, 1999; LeChevallier et al., 1988). Many studies show that patho genic bacteria introduced into a water distribution system can survive and grow in biofilms. "Investigators have shown that chlorine levels traditional ly used in water treatment systems are inadequate to kill coliforms incorporated into biofilm. For example, E. coli was found to withstand 2400 times more chlorine when attached to a surface then when it was afree cell (LeChevallier et al., 1988). Therefore, the importance ofbiofilm formation in the distribution pipes cannot be underestimated." Taxpayers often complain that their municipal water costs are already too high: the fact is that Canadians enjoy the safest and lowest priced water supplies anywhere on the planet. I have seen people complaining about paying 75 cents a cubic metre for their drinking water while nursing the now ubiquitous 200 m/1 plastic water bottles. Since Malthus, economics have been called the dismal

science. The Walkerton tragedy has confirmed its gloomy relevanee. â–

dent runs into millions of dollars.

It is ironic that simple chlorination procedures, wellhead maintenance and scheduled water mains scouring and flushing would almost certainly have prevented this appalling human and economic tragedy. An in-depth paper, given by Garry Palmateer to a Toronto seminar following the Walkerton incident, gave me a new January 2005, Environmental Science & Engineering 7


Environmental Science

Environmental NEWS \

& Engineering Editor

TOM DAVEY

New document sets guidelines for drinking water systems in Atlantic Canada

E-mail: tom@esemag.com (No attachments please) Managing Editor SANDRA DAVEY E-mail: sandra@esemag.com Sales Director

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Minister Brenda Fowlie, Nova Scotia

Atlantic Canada Guidelines for the

Minister of Environment and Labour

Supply, Treatment, Storage, Distribu tion and Operation of Drinking Water Supply Systems is a companion docu ment to the existing Atlantic Canada

Kerry Morash, and Tom Osborne, Circulation Manager VIRGINIA MEYER E-mail: vlrginla@esemag.com Design & Production CAROL SHELTON E-mail: carol@esemag.com Publisher

STEVE DAVEY

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Technical Advisory Board Jim Bishop

Stantec Consulting Ltd., Ontario Bill Boriase, P.Eng. City of Winnipeg, Manitoba George V. Crawford, P.Eng., M.A.Sc. CH2M HILL Ontario

Bill DeAngeiis, P.Eng. Associated Engineering, Ontario Dr. Robert C. Landine

ADI Systems Inc., New Brunswick Peter Laughton, M.Eng., P.Eng., DEE R.V. Anderson Associates Limited, Ontario Barry Loescher, Ph.D.

Philip Analytical Services, British Columbia Stanley Mason, P.Eng. British Columbia Marie Meunier

Minister

of

Conservation

Environment

and

Newfoundland

and

Labrador, Prince

Edward

Island's

Minister of Environment, Energy and Forestry Jamie Ballem released Atlantic Canada Guidelines for the Supply, Treatment, Storage, Distribution and Operation of Drinking Water Supply Systems. The comprehensive document is intended to serve as a guide for those upgrading existing water systems or designing and developing new water supply projects in Atlantic Canada. "The design and operation of cen tral water supply systems is a key part of protecting our drinking water in Atlantic Canada," said Minister Ballem. "Anywhere from 45 to 83 per cent of residents in various parts of the Atlantic region rely on a central water system for their drinking water." The water guidelines document was released at the annual conference of

John Meunier Inc., Quebec

Environmental Science S Engineering Is a bi-monthly business publication of Environmental Science & Engineering Publications Inc. An all Canadian publica tion, ES&E provides authoritative editoriai coverage of Canada's municipal and industrial environmental control systems and drinking water treatment and distribution.

Readers Include consulting engineers, industrial plant managers and engineers, key municipal, provincial and

Minister Ballem recognized the associ ation for its efforts.

Standards and Guidelines Manual for

the

Collection,

Treatment,

and

Disposal of Sanitary Sewage. Together, the two documents provide consistency in the design and operation of water and wastewater systems throughout the region. It is noted that this is a guide lines document only, and designers, municipalities and other users of the document should contact the regulatory authority in each province for specific requirements for water systems.

3rd Canadian Organic Residuals & Biosolids

Management Conference Calgary, Alberta, June 1 -4, 2005 This will be the 3rd Canadian special ty conference to bring together produc ers, managers, practitioners and regu

the Atlantic Canada Water Works

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Association in Charlottetown. The

issues related to the production, man agement, utilization and/or disposal of organic residuals including municipal

Atlantic

Canada

Water

Works

Association coordinated the develop ment of the water guidelines document in cooperation with the four Atlantic provinces. In releasing the document.

wastewater treatment biosolids, animal manures and pulp and paper sludges. continued overleaf...

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Environmental NEWS \ This conference aims to continue to be

the forum for exchange of the latest technical, legislative and public aware ness issues related to the organic resid uals and biosolids management fields in Canada. Check www.wcwea.net for confer

ence details and registration information. West Coast Environmental Law launches Smart

Bylaws Guide Many municipalities and developers in British Columbia are emerging as North American leaders in smart

growth practices at the regional and local scale. Residents are demanding more choices in housing, and in the quality of neighbourhoods and job opportunities. Bounded by ocean, mountains, rivers and working lands, communities are also being forced to use land more efficiently to stop urban sprawl, revitalize commercial centres, and maintain a working land base. In recognition of this leadership

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Deadline for drinking water systems extended The Ontario government has extended the deadlines for installing new water treatment equipment for small and rural drinking water systems by six to 18 months. Small and rural communities

that would be affected by these dead lines have expressed concerns about the requirements of the regulation. The Ministry of the Environment met with system owners and operators over the past several months, as did its advisory council on drinking water quality and testing standards. These extensions will allow the minister time

to consider additional changes to the regulation based on its findings and those of the council.

Metcon to represent Krohne Metcon Sales and Engineering Ltd. has been appointed the exclusive rep resentative in the Atlantic provinces,

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The Ontario Drinking Water Systems Regulation (O.Reg. 170/03) sets water treatment standards for a

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Environmental NEWS \

around the world

Ontario government keeps its promise to phase out coal by 2007, and

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has launched an international campaign

advances the switch to cleaner, renew able power. A WWF survey of power generators

Phasing out coal

called "PowerSwitch" to eliminate

around the world found that few are

dirty coal power. The campaign targets coal-fired generation as the single largest industrial contributor to global climate change. In Canada, WWF is teaming up with the Ontario Clean Air Alliance (OCAA) to ensure the

taking active steps to get off dirty coal and to reduce the increasingly disas

trous impacts of global climate change. The good news is that right now Ontario is setting the pace - and setting a positive example - as the only

jurisdiction in North America that has committed to eliminating coal power. The OCAA and the WWF are advo

cating a combination of energy conser vation, renewable power and natural gas-fired combined heat and power plants to phase-out coal. The OCAA is opposed to re-investing in nuclear power, as a coal phase-out strategy, stating that nuclear power is our high est-cost and least reliable electricity supply option. As Ontario's Energy Minister recently noted, after the December 31, 2007 coal phase-out

date, the poor performance of our nuclear reactors could require Ontario

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This tool will prove critical as com munities, departments of transporta tion, and private parties plan to spend potentially billions of dollars over the next several years implementing BMPs for compliance with regulatory pro grams for protecting water quality. In addition to WERF,coalition part

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All applicants for a permit to take water will pay a fee ranging from $750 for new applications and renewals that are straightforward to $3,000 for appli cations that involve assessing and reviewing detailed hydrogeological information. Most permits are valid for two to 10 years. Private individual wells and water takings that require less than 50,000 litres a day do not require a permit.


Environmental NEWS Newfoundland to act on

scrap tire stockpile Newfoundland and Labrador Environ ment and Conservation Minister Torn

Osborne announced today that govern ment has successfully entered into an agreement with Newfoundland Envirotire Shreds Incorporated (NETS) that will allow immediate

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action to be taken to address the stock

pile of tires at NETS' facility in Stephenville. Minister Osborne said that NETS

purpose of their removal and permanent disposal. The agreement with NETS

has agreed to turn ownership of its tire inventory over to the Crown, and the Multi-Materials Stewardship Board (MMSB) will properly store and per manently dispose of the tires on behalf of the minister. NETS will be required to reimburse MMSB for the clean-up of the tires at Stephenville from any net proceeds it receives from the sale of any of its assets.

Act for the purpose of re-arranging the tires to confomr to regulatory standards without having the means to actually dis pose of them," said the minister. As part of the agreement with NETS to release its tires to government, the

The minister noted that because the

Ministerial Order issued earlier to the

tires are the private property of NETS, government could not, under the govern ing legislation, simply go onto the site and take ownership of the tires for the

company has been rescinded as the MMSB will now deal with the stockpile of tires and carry out the requirements

allows this to occur. "This is a better

solution than just taking control of the site under the Environmental Protection

of the Order on behalf of the minister.

Government has assumed ownership of the tire inventory only, and will not be responsible for any other property or liabilities held by NETS. MMSB will work closely with the Town of Stephenville to store the complete tire inventory in full com pliance with all regulatory standards. Work at Stephenville was expected to begin in the first week of January. MMSB will then allow access to that

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Environmental NEWS \

Positive salary growth for professional engineers The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) has released a detailed report from its survey of employers on engineers' salaries. In year-over-year comparison data, the report revealed an increase of 3.6% in median base salary for professional engi neers across a range of industries, out stripping a rise of only 2.4% in the con sumer price index (CPI)for Ontario from

in the reports published by OSPE. Engineers and employers can now order Detailed, Industry and Custom Reports through OSPE's Career Centre. Visit: www.careercentre.ospe.on.ca.

Mercury contamination from coal-fired power plants A coalition of American and Canadian

environmental groups filed a formal complaint in September with NAFTA's

2003 to 2004.

Commission

Within the consulting sector, which comprises a large poifion of employed engineers in Ontario, growth in median base salary was slightly higher at 3.8%. At the same time, entry-level salaries dipped across all sectors. Engineers' average take home pay package is worth $84,384. Now in its 51st consecutive year, this important survey is highly respected by both engineers and their employers for its reliability and value. A total of 147 organ izations across all major industry groups in both private and public sectors provid ed pay data covering 11,626 engineering positions. The aggregate data is presented

Cooperation (CEC), demanding an investigation into the dramatic increase in mercury contamination of

for

Environmental

US and Canadian lakes and rivers.

Waterkeeper Alliance and Canada's Sierra Legal Defence Fund, which rep resent the coalition, allege that the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is failing to effectively enforce provisions of the US Clean Water Act against coal-fired power plants, degrad ing water bodies and leading to wide

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"Mercury, in massive amounts, goes up into the air from US coal-fired power plants. Gravity brings that mer cury back down, much of it in our treasured lakes and streams," said

Albert Koehl, a Staff lawyer with Sierra Legal in Toronto. "We don't expect the US EPA to interfere with the laws of gravity but we do expect them to enforce the laws that protect our shared water resources from con tamination."

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potential impacts EDCs may have on

enforce their environmental laws. The

environmental health.

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EDCs can end up in the municipal

must now determine if the US will be

and industrial wastewater treatment

asked to respond to the allegations and whether an international investigation

system, either through direct discharge into the sewers or via stormwater run

off. To address this, WERF has either

is warranted.

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initiated or contributed to several

research studies investigating the

Ontario to make polluters pay more for spills Proposed legislation would impose environmental penalties of up to $20,000 a day for individuals and $100,000 a day for corporations. Unlike fines, which are handed down by the courts, Ontario Ministry of the

WERF research on

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Environment officials would assess

endocrine disrupters

effluent and surface water, analytical method development, and compound fate and transport through wastewater

these penalties within a few days of an unlawful spill. The new system encourages companies to make greater efforts to prevent spills and provides additional incentives to clean them up quickly. When a penalty has been imposed, polluters could still face prosecution. The proposed legislation would also hold corporate officers and directors

During the past decade, there has been increased concern regarding the potential adverse environmental effects of endocrine disrupting com pounds (EDCs), a group of chemicals that may affect the endocrine system in humans and wildlife. The Water Environment Research Foundation is

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Secondaryfoam chlorination the easy way By David Jess,BonnybrookWastewater Treatment Plant

The City of Calgary owns and operates

the

Fish

Creek

Wastewater Treatment Plant, a

bought some chlorine pucks and threw them in the clarifier scum pits. This

centre well of the clarifier, one set with

water only with the showerheads and the other with chlorine pucks with the showerheads. The spray on both bars must be able to reach from the very centre to the outer ring. That way no

72,000 m^/d oxygen activated sludge (UNOX) plant. The Fish Creek

helped lower the level of the foam in the anaerobic digesters, but did not stop the foam-causing Nocardia in the

Wastewater Treatment Plant went into

clarifiers.

service in 1960. It doubled in size in

The next step was to locate the chlorine pucks in the centre wells of the secondary clarifiers. After the pucks were placed in floating holders (the same type you see in a hot tub), we noticed the foam was turning a lighter colour of brown. Also the pucks did

foam will be untouched.

not work that well in cold weather.

On December 8, 2003, the new sys tem with eight showerheads on a chlo rine header and eight water nozzles was put into service. By December 16, the only foam left

1968, followed by the addition of sec ondary treatment in 1980. Phosphorous removal was introduced in 1982 and ultra violet disinfection in 1997. The

Fish

Creek

Wastewater

Treatment Plant started using the UNOX system for secondary treatment in 1980. Since 1980, the plant has experienced severe foam in the sec ondary clarifiers due to Nocardia growing in the bio-reactor. Nocardia is a member of the family Actinomycetalesand, filamentous branching bacteria and is strictly aero bic. High levels of fats, oils and greas es or hydrocarbons and phenols (com pounds in which a hydroxyl group is bonded to an aromatic ring) usually cause its presence in wastewater. One of the cost-effective ways to eliminate foam-causing Nocardia is with chlo

Our Senior Process Engineer, Paul Do, informed us that the only way to kill Nocardia with chlorine is to spray it from the top! Since we had no capi tal for this project we built a prototype puck holder/nozzle from parts that we had in the plant and put it into service using disinfected effluent water to mix with the chlorine pucks. The foam changed to a light brown colour and migrated into the main area of the clar ifier. The new puck holder/nozzle worked well, but the water was not atomized well enough and this caused

The chlorine puck system was removed for three days while we built the new system. The clarifier foam returned. This showed us that the foam reduction was from the chlorine not the weather.

in the clarifier was in the centre well.

By December 22, there were no traces of foam in the clarifier. We also

added heat tape and insulation to the system. The Final Results

In 14 days we used 38 chlorine pucks for a total of $51.68. The total cost of the project was $3,100.00. This method is safe to use in residential

rine. With the Fish Creek Plant located

more foam in the centre well due to

areas as well as non-hazardous when

in the middle of a residential area, the capital cost of implementing a one tonne chlorinating system with a scrubber system was over $280,000. Testing Chlorine Pucks One day the chief operator, Wayne

heavy droplets. In order to better atomize the water,

ual chlorine showed 0 at the outfall of

we installed two showerheads onto the

the plant.

puck holder/nozzle. Not only did this reduce the foam, it reduced the amount of chlorine pucks used to two pucks in three days (or $0.45 per day). The New Design There are only two headers in the

David Jess is Operations & Maintenance Supervisor, Bonnybrook Wastewater Treatment Plant, Calgary, Alberta. Contact e-mail: djess@cal-

Harris, mentioned that, when foaming started in his swimming pool, he con trolled it with chlorine pucks. So we

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First spray with puck holder/nozzle.

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Top view of the chlorine header.


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fection by-products or THMs (trihalomethanes). Initially, utilities relied on laboratory testing to monitor residu als, but in the last 40 years, continuous chlorine analyzers have become a stan dard feature in the plant. Security and regulatory requirements Drinking water plants have imple

Water Treatment Rules (Long Term 1 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment

of water-borne disease. Outmoded

Rule or LTIESWTR), and internation al regulations for quality. Securing high-quality water for consumer pro tection is the number one responsibili ty of water utility superintendents and drinking water treatment plant opera

electronics or poorly maintained elec tronic monitoring systems, make

Critical measurements

The measurement of turbidity, the relative clarity of water, is an impor tant indicator of water quality. As such, turbidity is a critical measurement for drinking water plants both for compli ance with more stringent USEPA regu lations, such as the current Surface

tors alike.

Water utilities have been using free chlorine and monochloramines to disin

fect drinking water for over 100 years and have been measuring chlorine residuals for almost as long. Monitoring

detection of serious contamination

events problematic. Water distribution systems get larger, but utility staffs and budgets shrink. So while high-quality water may leave the treatment plant, few installations can claim excellent

oversight of water near the consumer. Parameters such as the clarity, taste, odor and hardness of the water must be

controlled to assure the potability and safety of the water supply. Employing accurate measurements throughout the water-distribution system has become a necessary step to ensuring the ongoing quality and safety of the water supply. The key to detecting potential prob lems in the water quality is identifying changes in the water. Plants can then more quickly determine if there is a contamination that will affect the com

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fection techniques and procedures to produce high-quality water. However, the threats facing water supplies today are more dangerous, varied and com plex than ever before. While plants diligently strive to secure the water being treated in the facility, it is a much more complicated task to secure it throughout the distribution system. As infrastructure for water plants and distribution systems ages, there arise new challenges to the prevention

increased efficiencies.

continuously, so plants can evaluate any changes in the water filtration and overall treatment process. Changes must be watched very carefully as they can indicate a pollution source and possibly signal the need for a change in

munity's water. In order to protect against contamination risks, measure ments must be conducted on-line and

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Clarity II on-line turbidimeter.

ensuring water quality and safety. The addition of chlorine is a vital step in the disinfection process to kill harmful organisms. Turbidity can be affected by the presence of microscopic particles such as clay, silt and other fine undissolved matter. These microscopic parti cles, even at a very low concentration, can promote microorganism growth that can then harbor pathogens and also inhibit the chlorination process. There are several analytical meth ods for turbidity that drinking water plants must follow. The most common followed by manufacturers of laborato ry and online turbidimeters is USEPA Standard Method 180.1. International

ly, Standard Method ISO 7027 is an alternate design criteria followed by many outside the US for turbidity measurement.

Reduced costs and maintenance

requirements The effective use of chlorine and

turbidity analysis systems can help lower overall expenses and reduce equipment maintenance time. One key area where drinking water treatment plants can reduce costs is by


Instrumentation selecting reagent-free systems for free chlorine and monochloramine meas

urement. Typical chlorine analyzers use chemicals. The chemicals, also

called reagents, are needed to convert chlorine into a form an instrument can

measure via select, approved methods. Reagent-based analyzers do have drawbacks, however - the biggest one being reagent consumption. Typically, a bottle of reagent or sample buffering agent lasts about a month, so chemical costs are a constant drain on plant budgets. In addition, there are labor costs for changing out bottles and for ordering, storing and keeping track of stock. When remotely monitoring residual chlorine levels at points fur ther out in the distribution system, this problem is compounded. A reagent-based analyzer also requires a sample conditioning system,a pump to inject reagents, tubing to carry reagents and sample, and a mixing device. Tubing needs periodic replacing and mixing chambers need cleaning, so a reagent-based system requires mainte nance beyond simply replacing chemi cals. Finally, an instrument technician who is busy replacing reagents and tub ing is not getting other Jobs done, so it is a drain on skilled personnel. Today, reagent-free analysis systems

rine and turbidity measurement sys tems available that can be purchased as complete "plug and plumb" packaged solutions. These complete systems require very little time or cost involved for installation. And when selecting a turbidimeter or chlorine analyzer, as with all instrumentation, it is impor tant to select a system that is easy to

ing staff and budgets, no one would say that today's drinking water treat ment plants have it easy. However, the proper analytical instrumentation can help plant managers find new ways to improve operational productivity and ensure water quality and safety, while significantly lowering overall costs.

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Environmental Protection

Biotechnology could become a new

International competence. At the world's no. 1 trade fair for waste disposal and the environment

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nology Is facilitating a new Industrial revolution that could bring a cleaner future with better products at lower cost. This

report presents national data projections for the very positive environmental and energy saving impacts resulting from a "third wave" in biotech nology.

The report, prepared by the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) and independent con sultants, highlights benefits already being realized In several major Industrial sectors, Including pulp and paper production, textiles, and transportation fuel. For Instance, If an Industrial biotechnology

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reduce the consumption of chlorine chemicals dur ing production by 10 to 15 percent, if used indus try-wide, it could reduce bieaching-reiated energy uses by 40 percent. "We are witnessing the creation of a new infra structure based on biology instead of older rust belt technology and petroleum, through the coupling of modern industrial biotechnology and manufactur ing. This radical shift in industrial production is more robust, adaptable and inherently cleaner than old-line manufacturing methods," said Brent Erickson, BIO's vice president for industrial and environmental biotechnology. American industry spends biiiions of dollars annually on technology systems to manage waste and capture pollution emissions. Industrial biotech nology - the use of genetically enhanced microor ganisms(GEMs) and enzymes - could offer a new cost-effective way to prevent the creation of pollu tion in the first place. The report's findings include: • Industrial biotechnology now enables the pro duction of ethanoi transportation fuel from corn and ceiiuiosic biomass such as crop residues (corn stover, wheat straw, rice straw, etc.). It is estimated that bioethanoi from ceiiuiose generates eight to i 0 times as much net energy as is required for its pro duction, and one gallon of ceiiuiosic ethanoi can replace 30 gallons of imported oil equivalents. • Biotechnology process changes in the textile finishing sector can reduce water usage by about 17 to 18 percent. Textile mills may potentially reduce water consumption by as much as 30 to 50 percent through the use of biotechnology. • Biopiastics, which may be used to make prod ucts ranging from clothes to eating utensils to car parts, are biodegradable. If widely used, biopiastics may reduce plastics in the waste stream by up to 80

percent. If all plastics were made from bio-based


Environmental Protection emissions by 67 percent. Changes in the production of the antibiotic cephalexin reduce carbon dioxide

New Biotech Tools for a Cleaner Environment

emissions by 50 percent, energy demand by 20 percent, and water usage by 75 percent. • The market share of the biotech

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nology method of vitamin B2 produc tion increased from 5 percent in 1990 to 75 percent in 2002. New Biotech Tools for a Cleaner

Environment is the first report to pro vide new industrial biotech projec tions for environmental improvement and energy conservation based on data from the US Environmental Protection

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polylactic acid, oil consumption used in the manufacturing process would decrease by 90 to 145 million barrels

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Investigative Technology i

Use of DNA fingerprinting determines multiple sources of coliform contamination

As a result of the E. coli

0157:H7 and Campylobacter jejuni outbreak in Walkerton, Ontario, all aspects of drink ing water have come under careful scrutiny by Ontario Ministries of Environment, Health, Agriculture and

By Garry Palmateer, GAP EnviroMicrobial Services

The identified bacteria were subse

Food, as well as the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health. The necessi

ty to provide safe drinking water has opened doors to new methods of detect ing and tracing sources of microbial contamination in distribution systems. The use of DNA fingerprinting to trace multiple sources of coliform contamination was used by GAP EnviroMicrobial Services to investi

gate a large distribution system serv ing four communities, 48,000 citizens, in Ontario. The system had been sub jected to fifteen Boil Water Advisories over a two-year period. Coliform bac teria were repeatedly detected at vari ous locations in all four of the munic

ipalities and background bacteria lev els were in excess of the standard set

by the Safe Drinking Water Act, of 200 non-coliform colonies per 100 mL of water.

A thorough investigation of the dis tribution system revealed that signifi cantly low water pressures were expe rienced in various areas over the two-

year period, that sporadic detection of

greenhouse water systems, where water service met private distribution systems at a backflow preventor, were suspected.

were observed. The predominant col

quently analyzed by a technique known as rep-PCR that produces specific DNA fingerprints for each bacterial isolate and provides sufficient data for tracking the sources and movement of bacterial contamination. Figure I pro vides an image of DNA fingerprints or the banding pattern that results from DNA fragments being separated according to size. Each bacterial isolate has a unique fingerprint that permits differentiation between closely related bacterial strains. The DNA fingerprints

iform bacteria detected were identified

of the coliform

as Enterobacter and Klebsiella spp., and the absence of E. coli suggested a common origin of soil and vegetation. A comprehensive sampling sched ule was devised to cover a wide variety of sample locations. Phase I sampling included filter effluent, plant effluent,

(background) bacteria obtained from Phase I were compared to fingerprints obtained during Phase II. The results showed that fingerprints of bacteria obtained during Phase I occasionally matched the fingerprints of bacteria obtained during Phase II. For example, a fingerprint match occurred between a sample collected from an apartment building (a large water user) and distribution samples collected from three separate locations in three separate months. This suggest ed that coliform bacteria had migrated through the distribution system, becoming attached to the inside sur face of the pipes at various locations. Because sporadic coliform occur

and various distribution water loca

tions in each of the municipalities. Phase II sampling was conducted at various potential source locations. Nearby lake water and surface water from watermains below the water table

where intrusion may have occurred as well as watermains in heavy clay

coliform bacteria was consistent with

where surface water would collect

biofilm accumulation and periodic sloughing into watermains, and that elevated nutrient levels in the system

around pipe connections after heavy rainfall, were potential sources. In addition, large water users such as

and non-coliform

rences matched isolates obtained at different times and from distant areas

of the distribution system, it was unlikely that a direct input of bacteria from a large amount of untreated water was the cause of the contamination.

The matching of DNA fingerprints of coliform and non-coliform bacteria

with fingerprints of bacteria from the potential sources proved to be a power ful tool in establishing which of the many possible sources were actual sources of bacterial contamination. In

addition, DNA fingerprinting provided valuable information to the water pur veyors as to the cause of frequent events in the decline of microbial

water quality. Figure 1. Banding patterns (fingerprints) of several coliform bacteria. Lanes 1, 6, 11 and 16 are marker lanes for size comparison. Lane 5 is a blank control. 30 Environmental Science & Engineering,January 2005

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Pumps power lake oxygenatlon In Italy and restore fishing industry

Abumper crop offish in Italy's Lake Varese seemed a miracle

when it occurred a few years ago. But in recent years the miracle has been that the dying lake has come back to life. The rebirth is

the result of a concentrated plan of environmental management that is powered by large submersible pumps from ITT Industries' Flygt unit. Lago di Varese, or Lake Varese as it is known in English, used to be consid ered among the most "fishable" lakes in Europe," says Natale Giorgetti, one of the few remaining fishermen of this northern Italian lake, situated between Milan and the Swiss border. "We were

result of years of unchecked pollution. Soon, however, as oxygen was deplet ed from the water, fish began dying by the thousands. Giorgetti saw his yearly catch of perch reduced by 90 percent. Other species, including the alborella (important for the lake's food chain), vanished permanently.

more aggressively to save the lake. The water treatment plant, the drain and more stringent anti-pollution require ments were, in fact, helping the lake recover, but the process promised to be a long one. Meanwhile, the number of commercial fishermen dropped to

In 1964, a consortium was created

In 1994, Massimo Ferrario, presi dent of the province of Varese, asked the European Joint Research Institute in Ispra to study the problem. The Institute found that during the summer months there was little oxygen at the

to monitor and protect Lake Varese. The consortium's first projects were to build a drain around the lake, to collect the waste pouring into it, and a water treatment plant. But these projects were not completed until 1986 and cost billions of lire. The main project was a sewage system to serve the

seven.

lake's surface, and none at all after about five metres. The concentrations

of nitrogen and phosphorus were at

especially known for perch." In fact, says Giorgetti, fishermen used to catch as much as 25 tons of perch a year. Lake Varese is a small, pleasant lake named after the provincial capital. Its maximum depth is only 25 metres, and its total surface is just 14.5 square kilo metres. When the local economy was primarily agricultural, the lake was the focal point of a respectable fishing industry, and in the 1950s, some 32 commercial fishermen fished its waters.

After World War II, northern Italy industrialized quickly, resulting in increases in both population and pollu tion. "Lake Varese encountered a prob lem endemic to all shallow pre-Alpine lakes in Italy," observes Carlo Gabardini, president of Sogeiva S.p.A. Varese Ambiente, a company that addresses environmental issues. "The

concentrated populations (around these lakes) resulted in a build-up of

Liquid oxygen is vaporized, mixed in water by ejeotors connected to 15 Fiygt CS 3152 MT pumps and then pumped into the take.

industrial and household waste." Out

inhabitants of the lake zone and treat

least four to five times higher than

of ignorance, greed or negligence, businesses dumped pollutants into

wastewater.

those found in "clean" water.

Today more than 95 percent of the local population of more than 70,000

Two years later, in 1996, a multipart program for boosting the lake's recov ery was approved. It comprised: â&#x20AC;˘ Physically removing the nutrientrich but oxygen-deprived water in the deepest part of the lake, and pumping it to the Bardello river, which would carry it to Lago Maggiore, a much larger, deeper lake nearby, and â&#x20AC;˘Pumping oxygen directly into the lake at three strategically placed loca

Lake Varese. Households and local

communities did the same, including dumping municipal waste and phos phorus from detergent use, before detergent makers removed such chem icals from their products. By the 1960s, scientists began call ing attention to the deterioration of the lake's water. But it took the "miracu

lous fish" to catalyze public opinion. Fishermen caught 60 to 70 tons of fish per season, more than doubling their catch of previous years, due to the excess of nutrients in the water - the

is coimected to the sewage system, and pollution in the lake has decreased sig nificantly. Nevertheless, at the time, the situation continued to worsen, marked by pollution-induced eutrophication (excessive nutritive substances, resulting in algae proliferation and oxygen depletion) and fish die-outs. After environmentalists dumped a huge quantity of bad-smelling algae in a central fountain in the city of Varese to dramatize the issue, citizens began pressing local authorities to move

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tions.

The two-pronged attack on the pol luted waters of Lake Varese involved

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Environmental Management Because it was determined that the

just by the water treatment plant. It is a

water in the lowest part of the lake (where the maximum depth is only 25 metres) was dense with phosphorus, nitrogen and algae, the project plan ners decided to remove it physically. That water is now raised and pumped by three Flygt CT 3300 LT pumps to the nearby treatment plant. Three water pumping facilities have been constructed along the southern end of the lake. Here liquid oxygen is vaporized, mixed in water by ejectors connected to 15 Flygt CS 3152 MT pumps and then pumped into the lake. The choice was made to use liquid oxygen rather than ambient air because of the scarcity of oxygen in the lake. A large amount of oxygen was needed, and liquid oxygen supplies much more than air. The higher cost of liquid oxy gen is more than compensated for by the rapid results it delivers. The pumping and oxygenation are done only during the warm months of the year because the heat "stratifies"

small and very localized price to pay

the lake's waters and facilitates the

process, explains Gabardini. In 2000, Sogeiva's first year of operation, 4.2 tons of phosphorus and 27.5 tons of nitrogen were removed from the lake, 495 tonnes of oxygen

for the lake's rebirth.

Even the fish are beginning to return. Giorgetti's catch of perch has doubled from the bad years, and fish farms are re-introducing other species.

Still, Giorgetti points out that he is the youngest commercial fisherman on the lake, and he is over 65. He hopes that when the fish return en masse,

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Water Metering

Meter reading can be fast,efficient and reliable By Darlene McNichol,Neptune Technology Group

Large meters may represent a

implementing a minimum of 10% of

small portion of the number of water accounts but they gener ate a significant portion of utility revenue. Most often these meters are read more frequently and cost more to read due to accessibility

metered sites with RF MIUs and this

figure is on the rise. Case Study: City of Dieppe, New Brunswick For the City of Dieppe, implementing

of the meter and distances between the

accounts. Many utilities recognize the value of reading these meters more frequently but lack the resources to implement such practices. Today the solution is simple and the trend is clear that utilities are opting to use radio frequency automatic meter read ing (RF AMR)technology to achieve these goals. The percentage of RF AMR uti lized in water meter projects in Canada is on the rise. Many utilities opt for 100% radio frequency meter interface units (RF MlUs) on all accounts, while others install RF

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(industrial, commercial and institu tional) meters has had a dramatic impact on meter reading success and resources required. Located in New Brunswick, Dieppe continues to be the fastest growing city in the Maritimes. The population of the City of Dieppe has gone from 3,500 people in 1952 to

MIUs on specific applications (hard

over 17,000 in 2004.

to read accounts, all new residential housing and/or on all of their com mercial meters). Utilities can see the

The City has not yet moved to uni versally metering their residential accounts but they do have water meters on all ICI accounts that range in size from 3/4" to 4". They have approximately 425 large meters on

value that RF AMR offers to achieve

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commercial accounts that are scat

nology has allowed the City to dramat ically reduce the number of hours and utility persormel required to read the meters. It now takes only four hours to read the meters using one meter reader (compared to three readers taking over three weeks). The City selected a walkby system using Neptune's PC9800 handheld system to read the meters and currently enjoys 100% read suc

tered across the City. They had been utilizing a telephone-based system to read the meters which began to deteri orate and become unusable. Reading inefficiencies became high as visual reads were required to collect the meter data, requiring three meter read ers over three weeks to complete one cycle. Making matters worse was the fact that approximately 50 of the 425 bills had to be estimated per quarter. Estimate bills generate customer serv

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the overall long-term performance of the City's AMR system.

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Waste Management

Evaluating the environmental value of plasma waste converters

Mostlikely there is a microwave

oven in your kitchen. This

appliance, once so fantas tic and intimidating, has become commonplace. Soon the Plasma Waste

Converter (PWC) should be equally familiar to

By Thomas O'Brien

was primitive but impres sive, weighing 700 pounds and standing over 5 feet tall. As a contrast, technology limited the size of the first plasma applications because of electrode unreliability. In the

1960s

the

United

States government helped everyone. develop large plasma The US generates 250 million tons of garbage annually. There are many paral torches as an adjunct to lels to be drawn between the space program. NASA sion. There still remains an air of mys the two technologies and these can needed a significant and reliable help us explain the function of a PWC. tery about the microwave and many source of high heat to test the durabil Credit for discovering the microwave people still harbor questions about its ity of materials used in spacecraft. This safety, concerns which seem to be disre is given to Dr. Percy Spencer, an engi heat source was the plasma torch; the garded because of its efficacy. Bottom neer at Raytheon. In 1946, during the plume of a plasma torch can exceed course of experimenting with radar line; The thing works! It cooks your 17,000 degrees F. related equipment, he was testing a food in about the same time it takes to The plasma plume results in a fur new vacuum tube called a magnetron. preheat a conventional oven. Raytheon nace temperature in excess of 5500 acquired Amana Refrigeration in 1965 Concluding his tests, he noticed that degrees F. Non-plasma incinerators the candy bar in his pocket had melted. and two years later introduced the first operate at a maximum of 2700 degrees Intrigued, on his next trip to the lab countertop, domestic oven. By 1975 F. Additionally, the PWC operates in an sales of microwave ovens had eclipsed atmosphere of virtually no oxygen Spencer placed some kernels of corn those of gas ranges. near the magnetron tube, whereupon (reduced oxygen : redox, pyrolysis) at a Where the microwave oven excites the popcorn began to crackle and temperature that enables molecular dispopped all over the laboratory. The food molecules to produce a modest association of the waste compounds. third item to be tested was an egg, amount of heat, the PWC uses heat and What happens to the garbage? which dutifully exploded from internal ionization to extremely excite mole The question remains as to what heat and pressure, and convinced Dr. cules of waste matter to induce sub benefits are derived from the remedia stances into what is described as the Spencer of his observations. So, in tion of waste in a PWC. The best what was actually the first experiment, Fourth State of Matter: Plasma. answer is that the plasma process does Plasma technology involves the cre Dr. Spencer hit upon the microwave's a much better job of reducing the mass ation of a sustained electrical arc by of waste and does so without creating best use. The phenomenon discovered by Dr. passing electrical current through a a secondary waste problem. When the gas. The inherently high electrical extreme heat of the plasma torch con Spencer indicated that microwaves agi resistivity of the gas results in extreme tated the molecules ofthe food, produc tacts the waste material, the plasma heat, which separates electrons from ing heat, which cooked it. Microwaves generator causes the disassociation of (short waves or high frequency radio gas molecules. This in turn results in the complex molecules. Complex, dan waves) are the shortest of radio waves, the ionized gas stream: plasma. gerous compounds are broken down Gas molecules begin dissociating at into their benign components. The vol with a length of 0.1 millimeter and a frequency of 3 X 101 Hz. They are 3500 degrees F (2000 degrees C) into ume of the waste is reduced by approx found in the non-ionizing portion ofthe their atomic state. Raise the tempera imately 90% or more. energy spectrum, between radio waves ture to 5400 degrees F(3000 degrees C) Plasma systems are designed to safe and visible light. "Non-ionizing" and the gas molecules become ionized. ly and irrevocably destroy waste and are In its ionized state gas is electrically means that microwaves do not detach uniquely suited to the destruction of charged particles and produce atoms conductive and can be confined within chemical agents and medical/biological magnetic fields. The gas in this state contaminants. An example is cyanide, with an unbalanced plus or minus charge. "Ionizing" is of significant resembles an active liquid, thus plasma. which is deadly and potent, and able to Like the microwave oven, the PWC survive regular incineration. Cyanide is importance to both the microwave oven required the development of ancillary reduced by the plasma process to its and the PWC, but in different ways. When first marketed to consumers, technologies before the plasma process harmless components of carbon and could realize its potential. When the nitrogen. In addition to detoxifying dan these appliances were looked at with skepticism - and not a little apprehen- first microwave oven hit the market it gerous chemicals, the temperature of 36 Environmental Science & Engineering,January 2005


Waste Management the plasma torch ensures that all bacte ria, viruses and medical contaminants are destroyed or reduced to innocuous elements.

The bottom products of the PWC are Plasma Converted Gas (PCG), obsidian like silicates and recyclable metals. The PCG is a mixture of hydro carbons such as methane and hydro gen. The PCG can also be fed through a hydrogen separation system for use in fuel cells and other applications. The PWC produces greatly reduced

you have an ideal solution. When one considers the sheer vol

ume of waste which must be disposed of, the magnitude of the problem seems insurmountable. The United States gen erates 250 million tons of waste each

year. Each day, the City of New York produces about 45,000 tons of waste. New York no longer operates any dis posal facilities (either landfills or incin erators) within its borders. Its waste is responsible for producing the largest man made object in the World, its land

emissions and no ash residue. The bot

fill on Staten Island, which is visible

tom product is reduced in size/mass

from Space. Government regulations classify waste into three categories: 1. Non-hazardous (primarily house hold garbage). 2. Hazardous (There are two subcategories here. The first defines the waste as being capable of either ignitability or reactivity. The second encompasses compounds containing leachable toxic components.) i. Special wastes (includes radioac tive materials and medical waste).

and is non-leachable.

Waste will always be with us. Once a dinner out left virtually no trace of the event; now a trip to a fast food restau rant leaves behind a pound of paper and plastic souvenirs. Real estate is getting more expensive and no one wants a landfill next door to them. The move to

"dump' garbage in less populated areas does not meet with any sort of enthusi astic approval in the targeted areas. But if you can reduce the volume of waste material, while at the same time mak ing it less noxious and obnoxious, then

The Plasma Waste Converter can

remediate all three categories of waste,

with the exception of the nuclear com ponent of waste. However, while the PWC cannot remove radioactivity, it can reduce the volume of the material and thus facilitate its safe and econom

ical storage. Just as it was daunting to gain acceptance for the microwave oven, it is similarly challenging to help bring about the Plasma Age. Happily, in both cases the results will comprise the final argument. To be able to reduce waste to manageable proportions, to have the capability to irrevocably destroy germs, viruses and poisons, and to be able to recover a source of

energy while doing so seems to be a somewhat fantastic proposition. The PWC can do all these things. And just like the microwave, the fax machine and the cell phone, the Plasma Waste Converter should become a part of everyday life.

Thomas O'Brien is an Operational Systems Manager for Cambridge Energy Waste Management, Ltd., www.cambridgewastemanagement.net

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Arsenic In the environment

Arsenic is a natural y

By Derek K.French ongoing study. The US EPA

thousand people. In 2001, the EPA

occurring metalloid

has set the

element, the 20th

announced that the new limit in drinking water would be lowered to 10 pg/L, and that water supplies would have to be

is the 12th most abundant

acceptable mortality at a maximum of one death per 1,000 people for carcino gens. A 1992 study estimated

element in the human body.

that the lifetime risk at a

most-abundant ele

ment in the earth's crust and

threshold

of

level of 50 pg/L would lead to as much as an additional wood preservatives, metal Arsenic ore. lurgical (alloying and smelt 13 cancer-related deaths per ing) processes and mining runoff. year per thousand people. Long-term Combustion of fossil fuels is also a exposure to arsenic by drinking water source of arsenic in the environment is directly linked to cancer of the skin, through atmospheric deposition. lungs, urinary bladder and kidneys. It can cause acute gastrointestinal and Tasteless and odourless, arsenic has been used as a poison for killing cardiac damage as well as vascular dis Industrial sources include

weeds, rats and insects and is toxic to

orders such as blackfoot disease. The

humans in quite low concentrations. Most treatment will be for naturally occurring sources of arsenic; of these, about 97% will be for groundwater.

poison passes through the placental membrane and is metabolized by the

Arsenic is introduced into water

fetus. Sub-lethal effects include dia

betes, keratosis, heart disease and high blood pressure. Toxicity is dependent

compliant by 2006. The Canadian Federal Govermnent has recently pro posed a revised arsenic limit for the Federal Drinking Water Guidelines. The proposed limit of 5 pg/L has recently been posted for comment. Arsenic in Water Arsenic is found in the environment as

oxides, with two different oxidation

states: trivalent arsenic oxide, AS4O6, and pentavalent arsenic oxide, AS4O10. Depending on the reducing or oxidiz ing condition in the groundwater and on the pH, one species or another will dominate. As V (arsenate) is the form usually found in surface water and occasionally in groundwater. As III (arsenite) is found in groundwater

ported by water in motion as well as by diffusion from a gradient of high con

on diet and health, but is cumulative. The body, through deposition in the hair and nails, very slowly excretes arsenic. Acute exposure can sometimes be addressed by chelation therapy, although this is not an option for longterm ingestion. In 1999, the US National Academy of Sciences (NAS) completed a review of updated scientific data on arsenic and

centration to areas of lower concentra

recommended that the US EPA lower

monovalent or a divalent anion in the

tion. When it is pumped for drinking and irrigation, arsenic laden water is again re-distributed. Health Effects

the standard as soon as possible down from the previous 50 pg/L. Using the most up-to-date information and methodology, the NAS estimated that

The effect on the human body to lowlevel exposure of arsenic is a matter of

3 pg/L is between four and 10 per ten

pH range of drinking water. Arsenic Treatment Technology The selection of the most appropriate technology for water treatment obvi ously comes down to performance and continued overleaf...

through the dissolution of minerals and ores; concentrations in groundwa ter in some areas are elevated as a result of erosion from local rocks.

Runoff and industrial dumping have contaminated river sediments, groundwater wells and surface waters. As a

dissolved substance, it will be trans

the rate of cancer deaths from arsenic at

13-DŠo-02

sources. Arsenite is more toxic than

arsenate. In water at a pH of less than 6, arsenite is fully protonated and therefore exists as a neutral molecule.

Within the Drinking Water Guidelines mandated pH range of 6.5-8.5 for

drinking water, arsenious acid begins to dissociate, but the predominant form is non-ionic, making it harder to remove. Arsenate in solution is either a

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Close-up SEM photos of ferric adsorptive media. January 2005, Environmental Sdence & Engineering 39


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beyond this must examine capital cost, long-term operational costs and com plexity of operation. The primary operational costs are related to waste residual management. All arsenic removal processes will generate arsenic-laden wastes. Disposal meth ods will depend upon the type of waste and Federal and Provincial reg ulations. Reviewing the type of waste generated by removal method is imperative as removal and disposal

A typical oxidation and filtration schematic used In all types of processes.

must comply with the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) to determine if solid wastes can be approved for landfill. Resins and spent adsorbent materials are dealt with in the same manner as

sludge. A certified laboratory can run TCLP test on wastes generated by trial processes. Check with the manufac turer to determine what analyses have already been performed; also check web sites of the accrediting organiza

tions for listings of approved materi als, e.g., www.nsf.org. Removing Arsenic Proven arsenic removal technologies rely on adsorption or ionic rejection. Having a complete raw water analysis is critical to the treatment evaluation

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Drinking Water can be beneficial. Precipitated iron can adsorb arsenic V for removal by

have been shown to effectively oxidize

filtration.

ing free chlorine, hypochlorite, ozone and potassium permanganate, have all

Arsenic can be removed from water

using a variety of processes including iron adsorption, activated alumina adsorption, ion exchange, reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, lime softening, iron and alum coagulation and coagula tion-assisted microfiltration. Because

most of these methods rely on ionic charge, As V will be easier to remove than As III in the normal working pH range of drinking waters, and, there fore, if arsenite is present, pre-oxidation should be the first step. Bench test ing, e.g., jar or column, will take out much of the guesswork as to the appli cability of the methodology and pro vide the practical, decision-making data to treat a specific water chemistry. Oxidation

Arsenic speciation must be done to determine whether all or part of the arsenic present is trivalent. If arsenite is present, it should be oxidized to

As III to As V Chemical feeds, includ

been shown to oxidize arsenic. Solid

oxidizing media, such as those used for iron and manganese removal and sulphide removal, have also performed well, as long as the contact time is ade quate. Some methods that were expect ed to be successful, such as aeration, were not able to oxidize As III to As V

It is also important to note that monochloramine and chlorine dioxide are not effective oxidizers of arsenite.

Adsorptive Processes Adsorbent media are engineered mate rials used in fixed beds for the removal

of arsenic. A fixed-bed adsorbent sys tem usually consists of a tank (or tanks) filled with media. It is typically operated in downflow service with the ability to backwash the vessel. A num ber of media are available; most are based on iron and aluminium. The removal mechanism is a reaction

facilitate removal. Water that contains

between the arsenic and the surface of

only As V does not require further oxi

the media. The tank size is determined

dation for treatment. Several methods

by the media's flow requirements. Fine

mesh media and deep bed depths increase the contact efficiency, but also increase the pressure drop and pumping energy requirements. Low velocity and long contact time will improve media capacity and reduce leakage, but require larger tanks and greater media inventories. Any system will be a compromise of system cost, floor space required, arsenic capacity and leakage and the interval for media regeneration or replacement. a)Activated alumina Activated alumina (AA) is formed by thermal dehydration of an alumini um hydroxide. Its principal character istic is a high surface area and high porosity. It is able to remove a wide range of anions using an ion exchange mechanism with the hydroxylated sur face. Two screen size ranges of gran ules are commonly used for arsenic removal, 28x48 and 14x28. The finer

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Drinking Water will "bump" the arsenic off, and if left running long enough, the effluent

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arsenic concentration can exceed the

influent. It is, therefore, very important to regenerate the resin on a conserva tive schedule. Resins generally will not remove As III, therefore pre-oxidation (and if chlorine is used, dechlorination) is a required step. One manufacturer recommends at

least 36" and a specific flow rate of about 2.0 gpm/ft3, based on a capacity of 1,400 gallons of 100 pg As V A sig nificant feature of resin is the ability to regenerate. A brine-regenerated resin

mw9m.

allows the user to maintain the unit, and there are methods to reduce brine

An EPA demonstration in Ciimax, Minnesota, using adsorptive media.

design. The major water chemistry fac tors affecting adsorbency are pH, com peting ions, EBCT and arsenic oxida tion state. Activated alumina is most

effective at lower pH values and depending on the alkalinity of the water, it may be cost-effective to reduce the pH of the feed to an activat ed alumina system and raise the pH before distribution. Activated alumina has been used as a

regenerable media for removal of fluo ride and phosphate in wastewater treat ment applications but is both complex and costly to regenerate using a two step process. Typically for water applications AA is used as a disposable adsorbent. An activated alumina design will encompass pH adjustment, empty bed contact calculations (EBCT) and cal culations of loading rates per unit area of media. All these factors influence

bed volume capacity and subsequently usable time between media change outs. Recent studies by the American

ers currently have media that appear to work to varying degrees. Iron adsorbents are less susceptible to pH changes than aluminium-based adsorbents, but they still show reduced capacity as the pH increases. The man ufacturers of the media typically give pH 5.5 to 9 as an operating range. There is data that indicates carbonate and bicarbonate content interfere with

hydrous ferric oxide's (HFO) adsorp tion ofAs V. Studies indicate that sorption of arsenate onto HFO drops from 90% to 10% over a rise of approxi mately two pH units.

The current arsenic limit listed in

the Canadian Drinking Water Guidelines

is going to be lowered but the new limit is

Water Works Association Research

Foundation (AWWARF) indicate that AA's low cost and disposability makes

not yet known.

it an attractive choice for smaller

c) Ion exchange resin Anion exchange resin is another

municipal systems as well as point-ofentry for individual dwellings. Overall, activated alumina adsorption is proba bly the best-understood and character ized method for arsenic removal.

b) Iron adsorbents Iron-based adsorbents operate on the adsorptive affinity of iron oxides for arsenic. A number of manufactur

use by recycling it a number of times. Function is apparently not a factor of pH, but competing ions, sulphate, in particular, must be taken into account to determine regeneration timing. Waste generated from the regeneration phase will produce a liquid waste con taining high levels of arsenic, therefore waste disposal must be considered. Precipitation and Filtration Processes

Precipitation relies on adsorption as the chemical means of drawing arsenic out of solution. In this process, a metal hydroxide adsorbent is created in the water, allowed to react with the arsenic and then removed by filtration. Arsenite still needs to be pre-oxidized to arsenate for this process to be effective, particu larly where aluminum or calcium salts are used. Arsenic is sorbed to the iron-

based floe and removed concomitantly by filtration. The key consideration around iron precipitation and filtration is the management of backwash residu als. Typically the most economical choice for large volume water treatment is to utilize an iron addition, oxidation and filtration process. The key to suc cess is to have a filter that effectively filters iron, as arsenic removal effec tiveness will have a direct correlation to

iron removal efficiency. Removal of naturally occurring iron by oxidation and filtration can remove arsenic as a side benefit. In cases

where all the sites on a bead can

where As V is present, aeration to oxi dize Fe II to Fe III may be sufficient to precipitate iron hydroxide and with it the arsenic. Where As III is present with Fe II, stronger oxidation is required. In a pilot study performed by

become filled with both target and non-target ions. At that point, non-target ions that are preferred by the resin

sufficient to remove 20 pg of As III in the presence of 0.7-0.9 mg/1 of Fe II. A

means to remove arsenic. Great care

must be taken during the design phase because the resin is susceptible to chromatographic peaking - the process

42 Environmentai Science & Engineering,January 2005

Kinetico, oxidation and filtration were


Drinking Water free chlorine residual of greater than 0.5 mg/1 was sufficient for iron and

with typical reverse osmosis perform ance where weakly ionized or nonionic species were poorly rejected. A 1988 EPA Project Summary indicated 95% rejection of As V and 60-70% rejection of As III.

arsenic oxidation. Arsenic in the efflu

ent was typically less than 2 pg. Arsenic will also adsorb to calcium

hydroxide. Plants using lime softening for hardness reduction are likely to also

More recent tests on newer mem

see a reduction in arsenic where the

branes indicate removal ofAs III is sim

influent is less than 50 pg . Consistent reduction may require additional treat ment beyond the typical settling clarifi cation of a lime softening system. It is unlikely that a lime softening system would be installed specifically for the purpose of arsenic removal, but it may already be occurring in existing lime softening systems.

ilar to removal of As V across the pH range of 4-8. These results are some what unexpected due to the lack of charge of the As III species in the pH range. The rejection may be due to molecular weight cut off, rather than the charge of the arsenic species. Recent data from testing of Kinetico household

Filters for the floe include Macrolite

ceramic media, microfiltration mem branes, sand and variations of the sand

filtration process. Surface filters, such as bag or cartridge filters, would also be effective, although the replacement frequency of the filter elements will limit their use in this application. Other Membrane Processes

Microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) for arsenic removal are not really considered membrane separa-

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Close-up of Macrolite media used in large arsenic filtration applications.

tion processes as much as coagulation and filtration processes. MF and UF do not reject arsenic in solution as their pore sizes are too large to exclude low molecular weight dissolved solids. MF and UF processes typically include fer ric addition so the arsenic removal is

accomplished by filtration of the resulting iron hydroxide floe. a) Reverse Osmosis Early test data in RO membrane tests indicated that As V was rejected more than As III. This was consistent

TFC RO membranes showed a mini

mum of 98.5% rejection of As V This level of performance allows RO membranes to be used as point-ofuse, residential drinking water treat ment devices. Polishing can be done via an adsorbent cartridge to add a level of safety. b) Nanqfiltration Experiments with a nanofilter membrane having a measured molecu lar weight cut off of 180-340 g/g-mole continued overleaf...

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Drinking Water were predictably consistent with rejec tion due to the ionization of arsenic.

Percent rejection of As V increases with increasing pH, from 30% at pH 4.5 to 80% atpH 8.2. Percent rejection of As III was less than 10% across the

same pH range. These results would be expected with the low rejection of nonionic species, partial rejection of monovalent ions and high rejection of divalent ions in nanofiltration.

Summary of Treatment Technologies If we treat oxidation as a separate sub ject, all of the arsenic removal tech nologies can be put in two categories, membrane separations and adsorbents. Membrane separations include reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membranes, both of which are crossflow processes that rely on size exclusion to remove arsenic, not chemical reactions. Adsorbents include any technology that "binds" arsenic to a material that can

retain the arsenic in a complex form that allows for removal and disposal. Adsorbent systems include fixed bed disposable adsorbent media, regenerable adsorbent media, metal

hydroxides precipitated from solution and ion exchange resins. Precipitated iron and aluminium hydroxides remove arsenic by reactions similar to the fixed bed media. It was

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Drinking Water

Membrane pretreatment technology review By Dr. Marcus N.Allhands,Amiad Filtration Systems

Nearly al membrane systems, no matter what their raw

the type of weave used in the manufac turing process.

type of weave used to construct a filter screen can affect the open area greatly

water source, must utilize

The second convention used to

as shown in Table I. Notice the relative

some form of pretreatment to remove unwanted organic and inor ganic suspended solids. Bag and car tridge filters are efficient at removing suspended solids but must be replaced on a frequent and often costly basis. Some form of suspended solids removal system that cleans itself, maintains high flow rates and stays online at all times with a very low pressure drop would be ideal. That piece of equipment exists. A versatile fully automatic self-cleaning screen filter can remove up to 99% of all suspended solids from membrane influent, allowing fine cartridge filters, if needed, to polish with very infre quent replacement. New screen filter technology makes possible the removal of all particles down to 10 microns without depending upon filter aids

describe nominal filtration degree, preferred in the municipal and indus

consistency in open areas of weavewire screens regardless of the filtration degree while wedge-wire screens show a sharp decrease in open areas as the filtration degree diminishes. Technology Algae have traditionally been one of the biggest contaminants in raw sur face waters going to membrane sys

such as diatomaceous earth or self-

forming filter cakes. Terms and Definitions

The smallest particle size requiring removal from the fluid stream in a spe cific application is called the filtration degree. Two conventions are used to define filtration degree. One is taken from the textile industry, referring to the density of threads expressed as the number of threads per linear inch. This definition uses the term "mesh" to

describe this density measurement. In the field of filtration the term has

come to mean the number of pores or openings per linear inch in a woven media. Although still in common use, the term "mesh" is not a true parame ter of measurement since the actual

opening or pore size of such a described medium depends on the diameter of the threads or wires and D.P

trial arenas, is an actual linear dimen

sion of the shortest straight-line dis tance (length or width) across an indi vidual opening or pore of the filter medium. This is most often given in microns; i.e. 1/1000 of a millimeter or 0.00004 of an inch. The absolute filtra

tion degree is the length of the longest straight-line distance across an indi vidual opening of the filter medium. Another important definition need ed when comparing filters and filtra tion methods is the filtration open area. This is the pore area or sum of all the areas of all the holes in the filter

medium through which the fluid can pass. Filtration open area is expressed as a percentage of the effective filtra tion area. Basic physics says that the pressure drop across a porous medium is proportional to the square of the velocity. For a given flow rate, less open area means higher velocity, thus, a higher pressure drop. Screen filters, when clean, have enough open area to cause insignifi cant pressure drops across the screen. However, as dirt and debris begin to plug up openings in the screen, the open area that is available for the fixed flow rate to pass through is decreased, leading to an ever increasing velocity through the screen. Since the pressure drop is proportional to the square of this velocity, the differential pressure across the screen will increase over

time as an exponential function. This phenomenon is clearly shown in Figure I. Less open area also means less dirt required to increase pressure drop across the screen element. The

such as lakes, rivers, reservoirs and

canals are dynamic, water quality can change dramatically. Future changes to the watershed such as land develop ments or changing farming practices can significantly alter the water quali ty in both still and moving water bod ies. These watershed changes, more often than not, increase sediment runoff due to accelerated erosion. Not

only does the inorganic TSS increase in the water body but nutrient runoff also accelerates, adding to the organic TSS load and eventually leading to the overgrowth of organic matter causing the condition of eutrophication. Since the pretreatment system must handle present water quality condi tions and anticipate possible future degraded conditions, the controls, along with the inlet and outlet mani folds, are designed for the future addi tion of more filtration capacity. The filtration system is provided with a programmable logic controller (PLC) for system operation and monitoring functions

Each filter is made up of the com ponents shown in Figure 2. Dirty water enters the inlet flange at the bottom of the filter housing. The water passes into the cylindrical screen element

made of multiple 316L stainless steel Filtration Open Area

j

0.6

/

0.4

tems. Because surface water sources

f

Filtration Degree

Weave-Wire

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37%

33%

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23%

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32%

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Table 1. Filtration Open Area.

46 Environmental Science & Engineering,January 2005


Drinking Water layers, through the screen and out the side outlet flange. Suspended solid particles such as algae or sand are cap tured on the inside surface of the screen and build a filter cake. The

open area of the screen decreases as this cake thickens, causing the water velocity through the screen to increase, thus increasing the differential pres

is moved linearly by a threaded shaft passing through a fixed threaded bear ing. This gives each suction scanner nozzle a spiral motion. When the upper limit switch is reached by an actuator on the drive shaft, signaling that every square inch of the screen has been covered by noz zles and that all debris has been

sure across the screen element. A dif

cleaned from the screen surface, the

ferential pressure switch (DPS) con stantly compares the pressure inside

PLC closes the exhaust valve and the

and outside of the screen element.

down to its starting position at the

When a preset differential pressure threshold is reached (0.5 bars or 7 psi), the DPS signals the PLC to first open the exhaust valve to atmospheric pres

lower limit switch. The second filter

sure. This valve is connected to the hollow 316 stainless steel suction scanner that has nozzles that end with

a small opening (12 - 14 mm in diam eter) within a few millimeters of the screen surface. The differential pres sure at each nozzle opening caused by the difference between the working gauge pressure (2.4 - 10 bars or 35 150 psi) and atmospheric gauge pres sure (0 bars or psi) results in a lowpressure area in the vicinity of each nozzle opening. This pressure differen tial causes water to flow backward

through the screen in this small area at a velocity of 9 - 15 m/sec (30-50 ft/sec), violently pulling the filter cake off the screen and sucking it into the suction scanner and out the exhaust valve to waste.

While this is taking place, the PLC starts the electric drive unit that slowly rotates the suction scanner at 24 rpm. This slow rotation does not disturb the

filter cake except where it is being sucked into the scanner at the nozzles.

At the same time, the suction scanner

drive unit reverses to move the scanner

will then go through the same cleaning cycle if the system has multiple filters, then the third, fourth and so on until all the filters in the system have been cleaned. Each filter takes from 15 to

40 seconds, depending upon filter model, to complete its cleaning cycle. At this point the system waits for the next threshold pressure differential across the filtration system to occur. The filtration process is never inter rupted; therefore clean water is always being delivered downstream even if the filtration system is made up of only one filter. A time backup system is standard in the PLC control to initiate

a cleaning cycle periodically even if a threshold pressure differential does not occur. If one or more filters should be

off-line in a multiple system for repairs or any other reason, the PLC will skip those filters during the cleaning cycle and go to the next operating filter. A typical multiple filter installation is shown in Figure 3. Summary Membrane technology has come a long way in the past few years. System dependability as well as durability are increasing just as operating pressures are decreasing. New applications are appearing around the world. With each

application comes the need for pretreatment

I

to

system performs. Therefore, the pre treatment system must function ade quately and be reliable and robust. Automatic self-cleaning screen filters have proven their reliability and func tionality as companions to membrane systems. With the ability to remove all or nearly all particles greater than 10 microns in size, these filters can stand alone as pretreatment for all but the finest R.O. membrane systems. And even R.O. systems need only add a fine polishing cartridge between the automatic self-cleaning screen filter

remove organic and inorganic par

and the membranes to form a com

ticles

treatment system.

that

can

damage or at least compromise the membrane struc

ture. Membranes

Figure 3. Typical instaiiation.

Figure 2. Filter components.

can only perform to the degree that the pretreatment

plete functional and reliable water

Dr. Marcus N. Allhands, PE, is Senior

Application Engineer with Amiad Filtration Systems. Amiad is represent ed in Canada by Metcon Sales and Engineering. Contact e-mail: metcon @metconeng.com.

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misunderstood issues in project sched uling is timing and allocating enough time to secure the necessary permits. Even experienced project managers and consultants often get trapped in project development schedules that are more appropriate to North America or Europe, than the Middle East. For any Canadian engineer who wants to suc cessfully develop projects in the Arab Gulf Region, knowledge of the Arab society and way of doing business is crucial. He must be able to understand

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International Opportunities companies and ministries, business customs, etc. Ignoring these things is a sure recipe for long delays, cost over runs, poor performance, frustration and disappointment. The review and approval processes for proposed projects and negotiations usually take much longer than the sim ilar process in Canada. However, when properly timed and executed, the proj

ect approval process can outpace the average time required to obtain a per mit in Canada. In view of the above, it

is critical to select the right time and strategy to obtain the necessary approvals for a project. It is a little bit like surfing: you have to select the right moment and let "the wave" carry you right through the process, otherwise you may have to wait for the next wave. One example of this is Oman and its requirements for environmental permits for new developments. Oman has an advanced system of environ mental laws and regulations. The Law on Conservation of the Environment

and Pollution Prevention (Royal Decree 114/2001) establishes a

requirement to obtain a license for cer tain types of activities (referred to as a license to establish "a source" or

"work area"). For these activities, a developer must undergo an environ mental review process and obtain an Environmental Permit before develop ment can proceed. There are over 20 environmental laws and regulations that at any given time may regulate environmental aspects of a new or existing industrial project. Most of them require the project manager to obtain a permit, license or some form of no-objection letter from the min istry of environment. These environ mental permitting requirements will affect project costs and schedule, and must be considered by the company, consultants and contractors during the planning stage of the project. To illustrate the above, a relatively simple project to construct a gas pipeline may require the prior securing of some of the f^ollowing environmen tal permits and approvals; • Environmental

Permit

• License to operate Sewage Treatment Plant for the camp. • Approval for discharge of treated effluent and sludge. • Approval for winning sand and rock from borrow pits and quarries. • Permit to import chemicals and approval for chemical storage sites. • Environmental permit to store and use explosives. • Permit to import and use radioactive materials (for example: for joint test ing). • Permit to draw and dispose of water used for hydro-testing of the pipeline. • License to operate a waste manage ment site (disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste). • Permit to operate a flare to connect to the existing pipeline, etc. Some of these approvals may require additional data or studies con taining specific information and sub mitted in a specified format. Whether the project is in Canada or overseas, everybody knows that there is no such thing as a trouble free or fast way to obtain an environmental per mit. However, many problems in scheduling of environmental approval processes can be avoided if a few com mon sense rules are followed.

The permitting process starts with submission of a completed application form and technical documentation (in English) that usually includes an Environmental Impact Assessment study. From that moment, the pressure

builds on the government to quickly review the documents and pass the comments to the applicant. This may take anywhere from 30 days up to four months, depending on the complexity of the project, completeness of the submitted documentation and the sea son the documents were submitted.

In Arab countries, the permit approval process should include at least one introductory meeting, when you meet with the ministry officials, intro duce yourself, your company and your project. During this meeting, you should get a general idea about the ministry requirements and be intro duced to the Head of the Section that

would handle your project. Shortly after that, you should schedule the next meeting to discuss detailed require ments of the approval process and get copies of the standards and regulations. These initial meetings are crucial, should be set well in advance and take

place when most managers and techni cal staff are available. Therefore, you should avoid starting your process in summer when many people are away on holiday, during Ramadan, during the Haj(annual pilgrimage to Makkah) and around religious holidays like Eid. It is good to schedule such a meeting in September or at the latest in January (unless the Ramadan falls during these months). This way you and your con sultants, and naturally the ministry will have enough time (at least five continued overleaf...

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International Opportunities months) to develop your permit. Winter is also a good time to do site visits and evaluate the surface hydrolo gy and ecology of the project site. It is good to know that a typical Arab organization is what we in Canada call a "flat" organization with out the usual organizational hierarchy. In the Gulf it is quite common for callers and other employees wanting to discuss their individual concerns with

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Industrial Wastewater water to maintain compliance with environmental regulations. The cooling towers provide chal lenges in the areas of corrosion, scale and algae formation. It is important to maintain optimum water quality in order to protect capital investment and process productivity. Due to the high volume of water, consumption and treatment are critical success factors to assure maximum return for stakeholders. Innovative Solution

JNE Chemicals of Hamilton, Ontario, was hired to review and assess the over

all water treatment strategies at the plant. There had been problems with chemical concentrations resulting in a high amount of sludge. The consistency and volume resulted in continual plug ging of the on-site filter press. JNE's team made adjustments to the coagulant composition which offered better sepa ration ofthe emulsion into oil and water.

After only a few weeks of analysis and trials, DJ Galvanizing and JNE engi neers saw visible operating improve ments in the quality ofthe sludge; it was

drier and so required less filter press time. Since the chemical composition of the coagulant was customized, it was determined that the use of a polymer was no longer required, offering reduced operating costs. A further quantifiable saving was realized a few months after the JNE Chemicals team arrived on-site:

the discharge outlets and related equip ment did not require vac truck treatment to remove the plaque-like build up inside the discharge pipes as often. This benefit eliminated bi-monthly to quar terly fees paid to an outside contractor for the sludge vacuum service. In the case of the cooling tower water, proactive analysis of the process allowed JNE Chemicals to recommend

ways to recycle water that was previ ously discharged, offering positive operational and environmental impacts. Benefits Summary

from the plant are free of sludge buildup and do not require vacuuming for clearing the lines. • Less labour time for preventative maintenance by production engineers for monitoring pumps that would pre viously seize due to higher sludge con tent in discharge stream. • Chemical consumption was reduced by approximately 12% through polymer elimination and daily labour for mixing of polymer solution was also eliminated.

• Improved health and safety for plant personnel by less chemical han dling. The two firms proved that they could provide many more benefits than simply cost reduction. In the highly complex world of water remediation, enviromnental benefits are raising the bar for value added solutions.

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World Vision, ZENON will initially donate 54 of its Homespring water filtration units to support relief efforts

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tims' survival at this point. According to the World Health Organization, the average physically active adult con sumes approximately four litres of water per day. As each Homespring water filtration unit can potentially produce up to 27,000 litres of water per day (7,000 gallons) depending on water quality, the 54 units being pro vided by ZENON are capable of pro viding safe drinking water to over 350,000 people. Also, the company's larger water purification systems will be deployed by Canada's Disaster Assistance Relief Team (DART).

KSB sends free water pumps to tsunami ravaged areas KSB is supplying submersible bore hole pumps to Sumatra/Indonesia and the region around Madras/India for new wells aimed at providing drinking water. Large submersible motor pumps have been designated for South India and were modified for their intended

applications in the disaster areas. In Banda Aceh, on the northern tip of Sumatra, the firm is working with a local contractor from Singapore to get a seawater desalination plant built and installed as quickly as possible. This plant, which will supply 100 cubic metres of drinking water a day.

requires two high-pressure pumps made of special steels. These pump sets are being donated by KSB AG. They are being specially manufac tured and will then be shipped to the region by air. A further seawater desalination plant in the Maldives is also being fitted and installed with KSB support. ■

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Infrastructure

Lined reinforced concrete pipe Is a first for London,Ontario By Neil Wyatt

To improve the environment of a London, Ontario, neighbour hood and solve major structur al problems caused by sul phuric acid (H2SO4), a 675 mm diame ter concrete sanitary sewer commis sioned in the late 1960s was replaced with a specially designed 590 metre precast concrete system. Residents along Gordon Avenue brought the problem to the attention of City offi

cials when they began reporting a strong odour of rotten eggs, associated with the presence of hydrogen sul phide gas (HjS). Evidence of a major problem with the sanitary sewer line mounted

when

homeowners com

plained about deteriorating piping in their houses that needed repair by licensed plumbers. Inspections of a major maintenance hole at the inter section of Commissioners Road and

Gordon Avenue followed, along with video inspections of sections of the sanitary trunk sewer. It was clearly evi dent that the sanitary sewer had been aggressively attaeked by H2SO4 and sections were in need of replacement. The Gordon Avenue trunk sewer

begins near Hooks Restaurant (Wharncliffe Road and Southdale Road) where it receives the flow from the Dingman Pumping Station. From there, the sewer weaves through a com bination of streets and easements as it

directs flows to the Greenway treatment plant by the Thames River. Overall, the length is approximately 4,500 metres.

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with pipe sizes from 675 mm to 1200 mm diameter. The 590-metre section of

this project is just the first problem area that will be addressed by the City over the coming years. The line of reinforced concrete san

itary sewer, installed around 1967, had been designed to receive effluent from the Dingman pumping station. Composition of the effluent was unde termined, and even today with a sewer use by-law in place, there are concerns that aggressive chemicals are entering the effluent from unknown sources.

Although the concrete pipe had signif

icant damage to the crown of the pipe, it was still structurally sound, but too costly, and almost impossible techni cally, to repair. The new sewer was designed with an increased diameter to reduce the velocity of the effluent and the turbulence that contributes to the

production of H2SO4. Designers decid ed to replace an aging waterline and also a storm sewer while Gordon Avenue was under construction. The maintenance hole at the inter section of Commissioners Road and

Gordon Avenue contributed signifi cantly to the premature deterioration of

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generate H2SO4. Flows into the struc ture were expected to be in the range of 2.5 to 3.5 million gallons per day. In fact, the flows were found to be in

excess of6 million gallons per day. Secondly, the inspections of the system discovered a 2-inch x 4-inch timber, about 8 feet long, that appeared more like a railway tie because of the build-up of debris on it. The timber had lodged in the flow-through main tenance hole which was also creating turbulence and helping generate 142804. These two factors contributed to the corrosion in the maintenance hole and left an unstable situation

which the City discovered as they entered the maintenance hole. When

lowered into the maintenance hole, the inspector reached for the ladder rungs and discovered the reinforcing steel was more than accessible to his hand.

Considering the level of corrosion, the City took action to cover the flow with some piping, and then fill in the main tenance hole with concrete. One can

speculate that conditions in this main tenance hole had contributed signifi cantly to the premature deterioration of the sanitary sewers in the area. The solution that engineers devised to protect the new reinforced concrete sanitary sewer was to enhance its struc tural performance with a liner. This

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the system. Production of the lined pipe and installation by the contractor were carefully planned, engineered, and doc umented according to the best available knowledge. The installation of this product is a first for the City of London, and one of only a few in all of Canada. Lined reinforced concrete pipe is available in Ontario, and may be used where special circumstances warrant.

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Infrastructure field with 10-inch flaps covering the joints, after the sealed joints of the concrete pipe had been properly homed. Hanson produced 260 units of

was lowered into the trench, the seam

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location would be consistent along the

new. Engineering called for the con struction of a larger diameter parallel line, complete with lined maintenance

crown. Installation crews were then

The seams were located at the crown

able to enter the pipe and weld liner flaps to the liner of the homed pipe to provide a completely sealed interior space with little impact on the hydraulics of the system. Delcan, the consulting engineering firm for the project, had to design the

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holes, to a location where the new line would cross over the trench to connect

with the existing sewer, approximately 590 metres upstream from the mainte nance hole at the intersection of Gordon Avenue and Commissioners

Road. As the new system was being constructed, a 300 mm reinforced con crete storm sewer was also installed.

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Construction was required along the existing paved portion of Commis sioners Road at a depth of approxi mately 7 metres, while maintaining the flow of through-traffic. A trench box was required, along with a series of steel I-beams placed across the top of the open trench to support the exposed watermain and utility conduits during the installation of the sanitary sewer. On Gordon Avenue, the engineers designed and placed the new sanitary sewer along the line of the old storm sewer, and placed the new storm sewer along the line of the old sanitary sewer, ending with a complex crossover ofthe sanitary and storm sewers at the upstream end of the project. The sani tary sewer maintenance hole at the crossover has a drop structure built into the invert to eliminate or reduce turbulence in the line. The contractor

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Drinking Water

A quality assurance system for municipal water quality and public safety By Bernie Kuslikis, Regional Municipality of Durham

Drinking water quality is tradi

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the public's confidence in the quality of their municipal drinking water supply. Regulators have enacted a number of exacting new regulations and propose, at least in one province, Ontario, legis

lation that will establish a formal

Drinking Water Quality Management System (DWQMS) and require formal accreditation of water service providers. This paper outlines a proactive approach taken by the Regional Municipality of Durham to improve the quality and safety of the drinking water produced by its water supply plant operations by developing and

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Drinking Water Critical Control Points), a risk man agement protocol, into one integrated operations management paradigm. Durham Region supplies water to 139,000 plus customers in eight local municipalities through the operation of fifteen water supply systems. Geo graphically, the Region covers an area of 2,470 square kilometres and is located along the shore of Lake Ontario, east of the City of Toronto, extending north to Lake Simcoe and Lake Scugog. In 1999, the Region's Works Department recognized that a formal ized management system and docu mentation protocol based on global standards that can be readily audited

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the ever increasing number of chal lenges that face the municipal drinking water industry in Ontario. In particular: • The IMS would adopt internation ally recognized manufacturing process management and food industry prac tices in product quality control, risk management, and environmental stew ardship. • The IMS would foster a "due dili-

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• The IMS would instill public con fidence in water quality and environ mental stewardship. • The IMS would promote the use of "best practice" standard operating

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water supply operations. HACCP is a risk management framework devel oped in the food and agricultural industry. Durham Region, with guid ance from its selected management consulting team, adopted it as a water safety framework by using the follow ing 10-step program: • Assemble, train and empower the HACCP team.

• Specify the quality of the drinking water that you intend to supply. • Develop and verify onsite, a flow chart and plant schematic that describe


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that separates acceptability from unacceptability. • Establish the appropriate monitor ing system of each Critical Control Point.

• Establish the appropriate devia tion procedures at each Critical Control Point, i.e. what is the specific corrective action required. • Be able to verify that the HACCP system is working through a series of internal and external audits.

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Environmental Management

Web-based technology drives Integrated performance management

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This applies to all facets of the organ ization, from product quality, to eco nomic strength, to the continuous management of environmental re sponsibilities. This article outlines an approach to leveraging web-based technology to achieve efficient, integrated, account able and real-time Business Perfor

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Performance goals - continuous improvement Every organization, regardless of whether it manufactures a product or provides a service, should always be working towards the goal of continu ous improvement of business perform ance, and in this case, environmental

performance. Continuous improvement, by its very nature, should not be done in silos. Continuous improvement is an organizational value, and should affect all levels and facets of an organization. The value of continuous improvement can be applied to profitability, produc tivity and environmental accountabili ty, and is not a single program, depart ment or job position. Many people think of continuous improvement as an underlying philoso

phy behind management system stan dards such as ISO 14001 (for environ mental management), ISO 9001:2000 (for quality management) or OHSAS 18001 (for safety management). Although it is the basis for these approaches, continuous improvement is not only for organizations that seek these certifications.

Continuous improvement means looking for ways to improve what an organization does, and how it does it. Continuous improvement means that the goal of every decision is to seek opportunities to replace inefficiency with productivity, waste with value, and the status quo with leadership. Financial barriers to continuous

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Environmentai Management result of organizations treating environmental manage ment as simply a cost of maintaining compliance. An organization faced with cutting costs, reducing production lifecycles and improving quality has a long list of chal lenges to contend with, and often does not have the time to develop, implement and maintain a formal environmen tal management system. However, new web-based tech

nologies are bringing down the financial barrier of imple menting best management practices. Web-based technology for continuous improvement of environmental performance

Web-based technology represents an unparalleled opportunity to not only improve data management, but to actually change the management work flow process. Web technology not only drives down costs related to environ mental management but also adds value to the overall per formance and efficiency of the organization. Web-based systems enable organizations to standardize processes, centralize compliance and management infor mation, reduce duplication of effort and streamline data reporting capabilities. By enabling seamless communica tion of objectives, automated process management and real-time data capture and reporting, organizations can refocus resources from time-intensive 'barrier' processes to seek opportunities to continuously improve environ mental performance.

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Web-based information management systems help streamline communications, enabling the objectives to be set and management programs to be facilitated in order to achieve targets. Utilizing web technology streamlines the

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• Maintenance and Activity Tracking Interactive and automated calendaring systems can notify staff of pending requirements and capture records of completion. • Monitoring and Reporting of

other programs, compile and roll-up multi-site information for corporate wide reporting. There are many more ways that web technology can drive cost savings and improve the quality of environmental processes and procedures. The impor tant thing is that an organization has the option to adapt the technology to the approach that is right for them, rather than having to adapt their processes to the technology.

Performance Indicators - Monitor

energy usage, waste, air quality and

Contact intelex@intelex.com

formance data into a fluid database

portal an organization can then truly extract performance metrics, metrics that span processes and locations and that provide visibility never before possible. A web-based performance manage ment system can automate many dif ferent processes into a single portal, including:

• Hose Pumps • Diaphragm Pumps

• Document and records control -

• Centrifugal Pumps

Automate approvals, distribution, review and archiving of all environ mental information. Enable easy access to all employees as needed. • Compliance Management - Manage federal, provincial and local regulatory requirements and affected processes, consolidate permit tracking and man

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• Replacement parts to fit most makes of pumps • Custom Fabrication

agement.

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Product and Service Showcase Reducing hydrogen sulfide from gas and air streams Eliminate hydro gen sulfide from biogas and air streams using

*

'1^1 our SULFAbIND^m adsorp tion

Polymer laminated corrugated steel pipe adds on material service life 100 years Road salt and acid snow have intro

construc

process.

tion. CSPI can

on

these chal

concentra

media. Tel: 506-451-7407, Fax: 506-

459-3954, E-mail: elw@adi.ca. Web: www.adi.ca. ADI International

Multi-Stage filter for small drinking water applications

Digital Metering uses a unique technology that allows a precise

duced a changed Canadian environ ment and new challenges in culvert design and

99.98% removal

tions up to 30,000 ppm. Capacity of 0.5 grams of sulfur per gram of

Digital dosing M

answer

lenges and many more.

To

learn

about polymer-coated corrugated steel pipe and other innovations, please drop us a line or visit our newly updated web site. Toll Free: 866-295-2416, Fax: 519650-8081, Email: info@cspi.ca, Web: www. cspi.ca. Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute

New Pipe Rao version 3 now available

measurement

with no calcula

tion nor any guesswork. What you see is what you get. It provides a reliable measurement on the easy to read digital display. With the system, users have more con trol over water quality, which is a criti cal factor in many applications. Water Treatment Chemical and System Specialists will have an increased con trol over the additives administered.

Tel: 905-829-9533, Fax: 905-829-

9512, E-mail: alelarge@grundfos.com, Web: www.grundfos.com. Grundfos

Grit chamber The Smith & Loveless PISTA* Grit Chamber

maintains the highest proven grit removal efficiencies

over

a

wide range of daily flows because of its 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 membranes to replace, and yet treat ment performance equals or exceeds membrane or conventional processes. The plant is ideal for serviced popula tions up to 2,000. Tel: 905-853-0164, Fax: 905-853-8807,E-mail: elew@msfilter.

Pipe Pac version 3, has arrived. For more information or to obtain a copy of the Pipe Pac version 3, contact the OCPA today. Tel: 905-631-9696, Fax: 905-631-1905, E-mail: mark.sabine@ ocpa.com. Web: www.ocpa.com.

com, Web: www.msfilter.com. MS Filter Inc.

Digital communication

exclusive forced vortex design. It removes grit and other discrete parti cles, separates organics and inorganics, and reduces grit accumulation in down stream basins, channels, weirs and pip ing. This results in reduced wear on mechanical equipment. Complete grit pumping, dewatering and washing components are available. Tel: 913888-5201, Fax: 913-888-2173, E-mail:

answers@smithandloveless.com. Web: www.smithandloveless.com.

Ontario Concrete Pipe Association

Smith & Loveless

Chemical tank cleaning

ComstocK

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Auma's 2-wire digital communication keeps the customer in control. Communication protocols such as Modbus, DeviceNet and Profibus are

very complex and have been developed by the best computer communication minds in the industry. They allow the exchange of information between devices in the field, e.g. actuators, sen sors and controls, as required for the automation of controlled processes. Tel: 705-721-8247, Fax: 705-721-5851, E-mail: troy-ontor@troy-ontor.ca. Troy-Ontor Inc.

Tank surfaces in contact with water will

accumulate organic and inorganic deposits over time. These deposits can cause a decline in chlorine residual, increased DBFs, and increased HPC numbers. Heavy deposits lead to

tion services to the Canadian water

increased corrosion and reduce the life

and wastewater sectors for almost 100

time of surface coatings. NSF approved Floran products have been developed for convenient and efficient one step chemical cleaning of water tank and fil ter surfaces. Tel: 800-387-7503, Web:

years. Located in most major centres across Canada, Comstock will provide the solution to your needs. Tel: 905335-3333, Fax: 905-335-0304, E-mail: info@comstockcanada.com. Web: www.

www.cleartech.ca.

comstockcanada.com.

ClearTech Industries

Comstock Canada Ltd.

64 Environmental Science & Engineering,January 2005

Comstock Canada Ltd.

has been providing general contractor, multi-trade and design/build construc


Product and Service Showcase Corrosion protection

Monitoring instruments Net Safety's combustible gas, toxic gas, flame and smoke detection equipment

Noise control panels

It

s

is accurate and reliable. Gas

detection devices employ a full range of technologies, including Infrared (IR), cat alytic bead, electromechanical and solid state sensors and these analog and smart digital sensors are complemented by multiple versions of microprocessor flame detectors meet the most rigorous requirements for fire detectors and use the latest in Ultraviolet, Infrared, UV/IR and Triple IR technologies. Tel: 905-829-2000, Fax: 905-829-2630, Email: info@daviscontrols.com. Web:

Denso Bitumen Mastic is a high build single eomponent, cold applied liquid bituminous coating that is used to pro vide economical corrosion protection on buried pipes, valves, flanges and underground storage tanks. Denso Bitumen Mastic is self-priming, YOG compliant and can be applied by brush, roller or spray. Tel: 416-291-3435, Fax: 416-291-0898, E-mail: sales@densona.

wvvw.daviscontrols.com.

com, Web: www.densona.com.

Davis Controls Ltd.

Denso North Ameriea Inc.

based transmitters and controllers. The

3

Eckoustic* Functional Panels (EFPs) provide a more comfortable acoustic environment. By reducing noise levels,

thereby lessening worker fatigue, EFPs promote safety and help improve pro ductivity. EFPs can quickly add sound adsorption to compressor rooms, blow er rooms and pump rooms. Tel: 800563-3574, Fax: 613-543-4173, E-mail; eckel@eckel.ca, Web: www.eckel.ca Eckel Industries, Inc.

fe: , The

used

in

Hoskin Scientific is now offering the HOBO U12 Stainless Temp Logger, a

bio-

stainless steel, food-grade data logger designed for

solids storage where

solids

suspension is important. Benefits of using the JetMix system include: Intermittent operation saves 60-90% in power consumption; expensive tank cleanout and scheduled maintenance not required; easily installed in existing tanks; multiple tank mixing using a central pump house. JetMix was a recipient of a 1997 Innovative Technology Award from the Water Environment Federation. Tel:

519-469-8169, Fax: 519-469-8157, Email: sales@greatarioengsys.com, Web: www.greatario.com. Greatario Engineered Storage Systems

Floating silt curtain

Data logger

JetMix

Vortex Mixing System can be

food and bev

erage, phar maceutical, autoclave, and other indus trial applications where high-accuracy temperature data is critical. The logger, which fits into a standard-sized bever

age bottleneck, measures and records temperatures from -40 to 125°C and can withstand process conditions from pasteurization to flash freezing and wash down. Tel: 604-872-7894, Fax: 604-872-0281, E-mail: salesv@hoskm.ca, Web: www.hoskin.ca. Hoskin Scientific

Ceramic filtration media

Stay ahead of the regulators with Layfield's Floating Silt Curtain (FSC). It is designed to contain soil fines and other harmful particulates from enter ing aquatic environments during stream, river and shoreline construc tion. Layfield's FSC is: modular, in stock and custom sizes, cost-effective, light weight and easy to install. Tel: 604-448-2710, Fax: 604-275-7867, E-mail: emartin@layfieldgroup.com, Web: www.geomembranes.com. Layfield Geosynthetics

Arsenic removal

0 LexisNexis"

m

LexisNexis Environmental is a webbased research tool created for environ

Kinetico Canada Incorporated now offers its Macrolite, ceramic filtration media for the upgrading or improve ment of pressure and gravity filtration applications. Macrolite is engineered to exceed all industry standards and will out-perform any granular media prod uct. Call for details. Tel: 800-432-1166, Fax: 440-564-7696, E-mail: cws@ kinetico.com. Web: www.kinetico.com. Kinetico Canada

Kinetico Canada Incorporated offers five distinct technologies for Arsenic removal. We will ensure you get the right technology for your application. With all Kinetico process applications you get our superior process warranty. Call for more information. Tel: 800-

432-1166, Fax: 440-564-7696, E-mail: cws@kmetico.com, Web: www.kinetico.

mental research that you can use to run targeted searches on a wide range of today's key environmental issues from a diverse collection of global environ mental-related information sources.

Tel: 905-479-2665, Fax: 905-4792826, E-mail: sales@lexisnexis.ca, Web: www.lexisnexis.ca/ln/products/ environmental.

com.

Kinetico Canada

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HiP'oduct and Service Showcase Package Water and

Moving-bed bio-reactor

Specialist training

Wastewater Plants

Parkson's Geo-Reactor"' is an attached

L

growth, moving-bed bio-reactor. Its

Practical

patented media supports biological

Hands-on

growth, and its random movement aer ates the wastewater in unique ways.

Progressive

The net result

is

Formats

increased

DO, increased

We supply Package Water and Sewage

contact

Treatment

time

of the mixed

liquor with the biology, thinner and more active biofilm, and improved mixing in the tank. Geo-Reactors offer efficient BOD reduction and nitrification can

easily be accomplished. Tel: 514-6368712, Fax: 514-636-9718, E-mail:

canada@parkson.com. Web: www.

Plants

worldwide.

narkson.com.

www.sanitherm.com.

Parkson

Sanitherm Engineering Ltd.

Inlet Stormceptor® system

The

Package Wastewater Plant concept is a low cost, odourless plant, achieving a high degree of treatment. It is econom ical, easy to install and operate, reli able, fialfills regulatory requirements and is ideal for any location unable to connect to municipal sewer systems. Tel: 604-986-9168, Fax: 604-986-5377, E-mail: saneng@sanitherm.com, Web:

Series Stormceptor system

ation as the well-known

ment areas, the

oil removed from stormwater run-off

larger new

Series

system

em

ploys the same operating principles as the

well-known

Inline

and

Inlet

Stormceptor systems. The system receives flow from a single inlet pipe and splits it into two distinct streams, which are treated in two separate treat ment chambers before recombining into a single outlet pipe. It effectively doubles the treatment area of the inline

system. Tel: 800-565-4801, Fax: 416960-5637, E-mail: info@stormceptor.com. Web: www.stonuceptor.com. Stormceptor Canada Inc.

www.stormceptor. com.

Oil/water separators

Trickling filters

Earn your ES&H degree from home

Findlay c;nT)>

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Stormceptor

units installed in North America. Tel:

Stormceptor Canada Inc.

Web: splllmanagement.ca E-mail: splllman@on.aibn.com

catch

800-565-4801, Fax: 416-960-5637,

E-mail: info@stormceptor.com, Web:

Tel: 905-578-9666 Fax: 905-578-6644

Developed for the treatment of

remains trapped within the storage chamber, even during peak flows. There are currently more than 4,500

1 - 5 Day Courses

Spill Management Inc.

The Inlet Stormceptor System employs the same principles of oper In-line Interceptors. Developed to treat run offfrom an area of up to 0.30 ha, the Inlet Stormceptor has inherit ed the internal by-pass function, ensuring that all sediment and

•Test & Verify Chemical Properties •Select Ideal Response Supplies •Modify Response Conditions •Prepare Spills for Recovery •Reduce Disposal Costs

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• Online MS Degree in Environmental, Safety and Health Management • Online BS Degree Completion for AA or AAS Graduates

• MS-level Certificate Programs in Emergency, Environmental, or Safety and Health Management

Accredited by NCA Higher Learning Commission. Tel:

1-866-424-5747/

5316, Web: www.seem.findlay.edu. University of Findlay

Membrane Bloreactor(MBR) ZENON's Zee Weed®

Waterloo Biofilters* are efficient, mod ular trickling filters for residential and communal sewage wastewaters, and

landfill leachate. Patented, lightweight, synthetic filter media optimize physical properties for microbial attachment and

MBR produces tertiary quality effluent and simplifies wastewater treatment. The proven system replaces con ZCL coalescing separators provide substantially higher design flows than gravity separators having the same footprint. An enhanced MPak® design removes oil droplets as small as 20

water retention. The self-contained

microns! Effluent oil concentrations

modular design for communal use is

are reduced to as 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

now

available

in

20,000L/d

and

40,OOOL/d ISO shipping container units - ready to plug in on-site. Tel: 519-8560757, Fax: 519-856-0759, E-mail: wbs@ waterloo-biofilter.com. Web: www. waterloo-biofilter.com.

Waterloo Biofilter Systems

maintenance. Tel: 800-661-8265, Fax: 780-466-6126, Web: www.zcl.com. ZCL Composites Inc.

66 Environmental Science & Engineering,January 2005

ventional filtration and combines clar

ification, 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. Proven in hundreds of installations, ZeeWeed MBR is ideal for municipal and industrial applications of all sizes from < 10,000 GPD to > 10 MGD.Tel: 905-465-3030, Fax: 905-465-3050, Email: info@zenon.com. Web:zenon.com. ZENON Environmental Inc.


Product and Service Showcase Small drinking water systems ZENON's new Modular Drinking Water(MDW)system has been specif ically designed to overcome the chal lenges faced by small communities of 50 to 5,000 people. The system is based

Drive solutions for water and wastewater

Probe for level measurement

Siemens

Milltronics

has introduced the new SITRANS® Probe LU

on the patented ZeeWeed® membrane

(ultrasonic)

technology incorporated

SITRANS Probe LR

For more than 30 years Danfoss has demonstrated leadership in water man agement with a host of measurable ben

in large treat ment plants.

efits. For wastewater treatment the

This ultrafil-

m

tration system is cost-effec

tive, easy-to-use, and requires only minimal supervision, while consistent ly producing high quality water. Tel:

VLT" drives ensure reduced energy consumption, improved throughput and a reduction in chemical usage. For water supply systems, the drives reduce water leakages, bursts and maintenance

zenon. com.

costs. Tel: 905-829-2000, Fax: 905829-2630, E-mail: info@daviscontrols. com. Web: www.daviscontrols.com.

ZENON Environmental Inc.

Davis Controls Limited

905-465-3030, Fax: 905-465-3050, Email: info@zenon.com. Web: www.

seepex Macerators w

,

trial and municipal wastewater applica tions, seepex mac variety of indus tries. They grind solid

and

fibrous

components in the conveying medium. They increase reliability and life of both seepex pumps and process devices

like centrifuges and belt filter presses. The degree of reduction can vary depending on flow rate, output speed and shear plate design. These parame ters can be adapted to suit individual applications. Web: www.performancequip.com. Performance Fluid Equipment Inc.

Take the worry out of your water towers

.

ultrasonic

flowmeter

low-level radioactive, solid or saturated

combines accu

waste. Zerotolerance com

racy, portabili ty, and ease of use in an affordable hand-held unit. It

uses the transit time difference princi ple to measure flow rates through pipes from the outside. This non-invasive

setup enables multiple flow measure

ments of different running systems offering a significant cost advantage over time. The Portaflow-X can meas

ure flows through most pipe and lining materials with diameters ranging from 0.50" to 235". Tel: 905-678-2882, Fax

905-293-9774, E-mail: sales@spdsales. com, Web: www.spdsales. com.

Don't wait for the break! Tel: 905-719-8872 Landmark Tank & Tower Services

paction cham ber, two-stage hydraulic sys tem,

60,000

fj

lbs. of com

paction force, HEPA

filtra

tion system and explosion proof compo nents are available. Tel: 888-345-4470, Fax: 217-345-4428, E-mail: info@

safetystorage.com. Web: www. safetystorage.com

Safety Storage

SPD Sales

The original E-Z Out Lift Out Coupling

with 1-1/4", 2" and 3" NPT

range of extensive maintenance con tracts allows operators to eliminate the guess work and the hazards of tower upkeep. With seasonal reviews and annual inspections. Landmark can do it all - from changing light bulbs to min istry compliance modifications. Budget for the upgrade

Waste compactor Safety Storage's CTl 8560 compactor safely compacts either hazardous or

Our Patented lift out slide rail system is designed for most vertical discharge type submersible pumps under let 5 H.P.,

Landmark Tank & Tower Services

705-745-5259. Siciueiis Milltronics

The PortaflowX

erators are used in a

■m-

(radar) continuous level for storage vessels, process vessels, and open channels in water and wastewater, food and chemi cal industries. The probe offers a longer measurement range and an improved signal-to-noise ratio that enhances echo processing features, such as sonic Intelligence® and Auto False-Echo Suppression, for greater accuracy and reliability. Tel: 705-740-7540, Fax: transmitters

Ultrasonic flowmeter

In addition to indus

and

discharge nozzles or 2-1/2" or 3" horizontal discharge. Our popular lift out check valve option is now available for 3" discharge pumps. Designed to provide easy service access for most submersible sewage, sump and grinder pumps from wet pit applica tions. The system can prevent the need or risk of a confined space entry to service pumps. Pumps are removed from above sump for inspection and service. Tel: 604-942-7994, Fax: 604942-7954, E-mail: e-zout@telus.net. E-Z Out Manufacturing Inc.

Pumping systems Myers optimizes system efficiencies with complete engi neering services, providing cost-effec tive

solutions

and

immediate cost sav

ings when plarming a pump station. Myers collection system design service provides a comprehensive analysis and design of the complete network, ensur ing the system operates at peak effi ciencies under various running condi tions. Software programs provide the engineering tools to properly design the ideal station, including the number of pumps, type of control and lift system. Tel: 604-552-7900, Fax: 604-552-7901, E-mail: epsl@telus.net. EE Myers

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1 ES&E's 17th nnuai Directory "

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Environmental Consultants

and Testing Laboratories

Equipment and Service Suppliers Products & Services

ES&Es Guide to Environmental Consultants and Testing Laboratories NOTE: This guide is intended as a service for ES&E readers oniy. No ciaims are made that it is a comprehensive review. ES&E relies on information supplied by companies who returned questionnaires. A.A. BOSCARIOL AND ASSOCIATES LIMITED

214-2825 Lauzon Pky Windsor ON N8T 3H5 (519) 966-4006 Fax: (519) 974-1017 Contact: Aide Boscariol, REng. ACCUTEST LABORATORIES LTD. 8-146 Colonnade Rd Ottawa ON K2E 7Y1

(613) 727-5692 Fax: (613) 727-5222 Contact: Robert Walker, Client Services Manager ACTIVATION LABORATORIES LTD.

AGL Marketing Limited provides marketing services to engineers, sun/eyors, contractors, concrete pipe producers, and Industry associations. The business was established by Grant Lee, a professional mar keter and land use planner with over 25 years expe rience In the Infrastructure field. AINLEY GROUP

280 Pretty River Pky Colllngwood ON L9Y 4J5 (705) 445-3451 Fax: (705) 445-0968 Contact: Terry Hardy, President

Web site: www.aldwortheng.com Contact: George Aldworth, President Aldworth Engineering Inc.(AEI) Is a smaller mechan ical-electrical consultant specializing In 'combined heat & power', municipal treatment and pumping facilities, hvac, plant ventilation, and fire protection. Projects Include biogas power generation, solid waste management, air pollution control; plus elec tric power, control, lighting.

1336 Sandhill Dr Ancaster ON L9G 4V5

(905) 648-9611 Fax: (905) 648-9613 Contact: Dr. E. Floffman, General Manager

AIR EARTH & WATER ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS LTD. 423 Ireland Rd SImcoe ON N3Y 5J1

(519) 426-7019 Fax: (519) 426-5035 Contact: Robert Lovegrove, President

Al-S Enuironmencal

Laboratories Service Beyond Analysis

ALS ENVIRONMENTAL

AIRZONE ONE, INC.

2240 Speakman Dr Misslssauga ON L5K 1A9 (905) 822-0946 Fax:(905) 822-3637

AGAT LABORATORIES LIMITED

5623 McAdam Rd Misslssauga ON L4Z 1N9 (800)856-6261,(905)501 -9998 Fax:(905)501 -0589 E-mail: beckman@agatlabs.com Contact: Oscar Beckman, Manager Business Development Our Environmental Science Division Is part of an established, full-setvlce laboratory network, with facilities in Alberta and Ontario. With our experience and modern Instrumentation and technology, we provide our clients with a level of service and quali ty that sets the standard In the industry.

Contact: Franco DI-GlovannI

1988 Triumph Street, Vancouver, BC V5L 1K5 (800) 665-0243, (604) 253-4188, Fax: (604) 2536700 E-mail: vancouver@alsenvlro.com Web site: www.alsenvlro.com

A. LANFRANCO & ASSOCIATES INC.

101 -20120 64 Ave Langley BC V2Y 1M8 (604) 533-2582

Contact: Brent Mawdsley, Market Development Mgr. Excellence In analytical testing, ALS Environmental has 17 laboratories worldwide. Environmental test

ing of water, soll/sedlment, biota, and air; site assessment and remediation analysis; mobile on-site laboratory services, SCC/CAEAL accredited for spe cific services. Vancouver, Calgary, Fort St. John, BC.

Contact: Al Lanfranco, President ALAMOSA CONSULTANTS INC.

26 Joseph St Tlllsonburg ON N4G 1H8 (519) 688-1825 Fax: (519) 688-6384 Contact: Project Manager

ALTECH ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING LTD.

12 Banlgan Dr Toronto ON M4H 1E9 (800) 323-4937 Fax: (416) 467-9824 Contact: Brian Bobble, President I*

LLeL.

AMBIO ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT INC.

303 Royal Birch View NW Calgary AB TOG 5K2 (403) 262-1209 Fax: (403) 262-1209 Contact: RIcardo Moreno, President

AGL MARKETING LIMITED

205 Miller Dr Flalton Hills (Georgetown) ON L7G 6G4 (905) 877-5369 Fax: (905) 702-0819 E-mail: glee@aglmarketing.com Web site: www.aglmarketlng.com Contact: Grant Lee, President

ALDWORTH ENGINEERING INC.

AMEC

103-85 Curlew Dr North York ON M3A 2P8

110-160 Traders Blvd E Misslssauga ON L4Z 3K7 (905) 568-2929 Fax: (905) 568-1686 Contact: David Rowney, Vice President Marketing

(416)446-6300 Fax:(416) 446-6303 E-mail: statf@aldwortheng.com

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Consultants

Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories AME-MATERIALS ENGINEERING

Turn-Key Environmental Engineering:

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(780) 450-3377 Fax: (780) 450-3232 Contact: Dr. David Y.F. Flo, Principal APPLEGATE GROUNDWATER CONSULTANTS 64 Blackfriar Lane Brantford ON N3R 7L3

(519)751-1581 Fax:(519)751-0714 Contact: Paul Puodziunas, Principal APPLIED QUALITY INC.

Four decades of excellence in infrastructure planning & engineering BARRIE

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300-4940 Canada Way Burnaby BC V5G 4M5 (604) 293-1411 Fax: (604) 293-1684

tel 416 497 8600 web www.rvanderson.com

toronto welland Ottawa sudbury london moncton fredericton charlottetown bombay

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

Specialists In a comprehensive range of Environmental and Municipal Engineering Colllngwood Tel.(705)444.2555 EMail:[nfo@cctatham.com

Bracebridge

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Web; www.cctatham.com

tai Engineering Project management, value engineering, planning, studies, design, tendering, procurement, construction management, commissioning, operation and training for water and wastewater treatment, water supply sys tems, wastewater coiiection, storm drainage systems, water resources, solid waste management, and envi ronmental planning. Offices across Canada, including Burnaby, Keiowna, Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge, Regina, Saskatchewan, Toronto, and St. Catharines. ATGO NOISE MANAGEMENT LTD.

1243 McKnight Blvd NE Calgary AB T2E 5T1 (403) 292-7804 Fax:(403) 292-7816 Contact: Denise LsClaire, Manager, Sales & Marketing BECQUEREL LABORATORIES INC.

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CLEARVIEW Geophysics Inc.

4-6790 Kitimat Rd Mississauga CN L5N 5L9 (905) 826-3080 Fax:(905) 826-4151 Contact: Steven Simpson, Manager

• UST's, buried metal, debris & fill

BODYCOTE MATERIALS TESTING

• Former excavations & structures

2395 Speakman Dr Mississauga CN L5K 1B3 (905) 822-4111 Fax: (905) 823-1446 Contact: Tricia Brouwer

"Specialists in non-intrusive ground investigations"

• Leachate plumes

Tel: 905.458.1883

• Voids and fractures

BOMA ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY INC.

• Stratigraphy

203-2621 Portage Ave Winnipeg MB R3J 0P7 (204) 889-5275 Fax: (204) 889-2348 Contact: Dr. Dinko Tuhtar, P.Eng.

Fax: 905.792.1884

E-mail: clearview(ggeophysics.ca Web: www.geophysics.ca

• Pipes and utilities

CALDER ENGINEERING LTD.

Clunas Environmental Consulting updating of municipal sewer use bylaws compliance with regulations/ sewer use bylaws sampling

• • • • •

spill management plans ISO 14000 stormwater assessment pollution prevention plans NPRI submissions

• policy and program development • hauled sewage programs • industrial wastewater assessment • MOECofAs

15 Robert St.,Weston, ON M9N 2J6 - Tel:(416) 414-7656 • Fax:(416) 245-1986 • E-mail: davld.dunas@rogers.com

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5-345 Healey Rd Bolton CN L7E 1E9 (905) 857-7600 Fax: (905) 857-5900 Contact: Robert Whyte, Project Manager CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITORS INC. 35 Lakeshore Blvd RR 1 Gilford CN LOL 1RO

(705) 456-3318 Contact: John Sciberras, President CANSULT LIMITED 300-60 Renfrew Dr Markham CN L3R 0E1

(905) 470-2010 Fax: (905) 470-2060 Contact: Gini Henderson, Marketing Coordinator


Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories CASPEN ENGINEERING LTD. 24-250 Shields Crt Markham ON L3R 9W7

Consultants 30 YEARS DREDGING

Consolidated

(905) 479-3015 Fax:(905) 479-0470 Contact: Wm. Penny

HIGH SPEED CENTRIFUGES HIGH VOLUME PUMPING-HDPE PIPE

(New)- Geo Tube dewatering

CASSEN TESTING LABS

211-215 Garlingview Dr Etobicoke ON MOW 5X8 (416) 679-9663 Fax: (416) 679-9668 Contact: Cecilia Chan, Principal

Competent and Complete Services Lagoons, Digesters, Ponds, Lakes, Marinas, Waste Reduction,

Giroux CASSELS BROCK & BLACKWELL LLP

2100-40 King St W Scotia Plaza Toronto ON M5H 3C2

Municipai & Industriai Tei:(506) 684-5821, Fax:(506)684-1915, Tel:(705) 235-5531, www.girouxinc.com

(416) 869-5967 Fax: (416) 642-7154 Contact: James Ayres, Partner C.C. TATHAM & ASSOCIATES LTD.

201-115 Flurontario St Coiiingwood ON L9Y 2L9 (705) 444-2565 Fax: (705) 444-2327 Contact: Charlie Tatham, President

Toronto • Ottawa

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National Research Council

306-6 Research Dr Regina SK S4S 7J7 (306) 780-3332 Fax: (306) 780-3421 Contact: David Fiubbie, Manager

Vancouver • Victoria

Specializing in;

• Drainage Planning

• Water & IVosfevifo/er Systems

• Hydro-technical Services

• Industrial Treatment

• Environmental Impact

• Stormwater Management

• Environmental Planning

Corporate Office: 133 Wynford Drive Toronto, Ontario M3C IK1

Tel: (416)441-4111 Fax:(416)441-4131

CETCON ENGINEERING SERVICES

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

CH2MHILL Responsible Solutions for a Sustainable Future"

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INDOOR ALLERGEN TESTING SEWAGE CONTAMINATION IN BUILDINGS

V

MATERIALS, PARTICLE & DUST CHARACTERIZATION

V V V

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

CH2M HILL

401-255 Consumers Rd Toronto ON M2J 5B6

(416) 499-9000 Fax: (416) 499-4687 E-maii: dumbach@ch2m.com Web site: www.ch2mhiilcanada.com

Contact: Lynda Story, Marketing Assistant CFI2M FULL is a full-service international infrastruc

EMSL Analytical, Inc. participates in the AIHA EMPATprogram

wwvv.emsl.com

107 Haddon Avenue, Westmont, NJ USA 08108

1-800-220-3675

M.GAP

www.gapenviromic.com

ture and environmental engineering company pro viding services in the areas of water, transportation, energy and industrial systems, environmental man agement and telecommunications. Our team of more than 14,000 professionals provides innova tive, practical and sustainable solutions to our

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CIAL GROUP 119 Concession 6 Rd Fisherviile ON NOA 1G0

(416) 410-0432 Contact: Colin Isaacs, President

a division of Conestoga-Rovers & Associates

• Drinking Water Contamination

Cryptosporldium & Giardia Microscopic Partlcuiate Analysis Disinfection Efficacy Testing

Source Detection

1020 Hargrieve Road, London, Ontario N6E 1P5 Telephone: (519) 681 -0571 • Fax: (519) 681 -7150

CLEARVIEW GEOPHYSICS INC.

12 Twisted Oak St Brampton ON LOR 1T1 (905) 458-1883 Fax: (905) 792-1884 CLEGHORN & ASSOCIATES LTD.

Gartner Lee Limited

environmental strategies & solutions

33 Earl St Kingston ON K7L 2G4 (613) 530-3600 Fax: (613) 530-3347 Contact: Dr. Flarry Cleghorn, President

Environmental Science, Economics,

Planning & Engineering Solutions

CLUNAS ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING 15 Robert St Weston ON IV19N 2J6

(416) 414-7656 Fax: (416) 245-1986 E-mail: david.clunas@rogers.com

www.gartnerlee.com British Columbia

I

Alberta I Yukon I Northwest Territories I Ontario I Quebec

Contact: David Clunas

Services include updating of municipal sewer use bylaws, compliance with reguiations/sewer use bylaws, sampling. Phase 1, 2, and 3 ciean-up assessments, spill management plans, ISO 14000, stormwater assessment, pollution prevention plans, NPRI submissions, policy and program develop ment, hauled sewage programs, industrial wastewater assessment and MOE C of As.

Geamatirix Consultants Engineers, Geologists,and Environmental Scientists

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

COAST RIVER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD.

Contaminant Remediations • Litigation Assistance

1672 West 75th Ave Vancouver BC V6P 6G2

(604) 264-7522 Fax:(604) 264-9152 Contact: John Millar, Principal

Vvww.geomatrix:com

Tel: (519) 886 • 7500 Fax: (519) 886 • 7419

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

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Consultants

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

Hydromantis,Inc. CPO INC. water / wastewater services

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COMPREHENSIVE PROCESS OPTIMIZATION, INC.

210 Sheldon Drive, Cambridge, Ontario, NIT 1A8 Tei: (519) 624-7223 Fax: (519) 624-7224 1685 Main Street West, Suite 302, Hamilton, Ontario, LOS 1G5 Tel: (905) 522-0012 Fax: (905) 522-0031

E-mail: info@hydromantis.com Web: www.hydromantis.oom

INTCGRRTCD CxPLORRTIONS Inc.

32-760 Brant St Burlington ON L7R 4B7 (905) 634-1143 Fax: (905) 634-4758 E-mail: cpo@worldGhat.com Web site: www.cpoinc.on.ca Contact: David Chapman, President CPC inc. provides services to support clients in opti mizing the perfoimance of their existing water and wastewater facilities to tap full capacity prior to upgrad ing or expansion. Optimization is based on U.S. EPA's Composite Correction Program. Specific services include on-site evaluations, technical assistance, train

ing, and optimization program implementation.

Bio-Environmental Specialists since 1977 67 Watson Rd., Unit #1 LAB Division

TEC Division

Box 1385, Guelph,

• Environmental Microbiology • Biotreatment Optimization • Fungi, Bacteria & Algae ID • Contract R&D, UV Efficacy

• Bloremedlation

Ontario, N1H 6N8

• Air & Water Biofilters

Tel: (519) 822-2608 Fax: (519) 822-3076

• Site Investigations • Aquatic Spill Surveys

CONSTRUCTION CONTROL INC.

70 Halst Ave Woodbridge ON L4L 5V4 (800) 348-8991, (905) 856-5200 Fax: (905) 8561455

Contact: Trevor T. DIseko, Project Manager (Env.)

E-mail: ieinc@istar.ca CPG-FRANZ ENVIRONMENTAL INC. 15-250 Shields Crt Markham CN L3R 9W7

IWS

INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD. MONTREAL

BARRIE

SASKATOON

GROUNDWATER TECHNOLOGY SPECIALISTS Engineers & Hydrogeologists Serving the Groundwater Industry for Over 70 Years Tel: (705) 733-0111, Fax: (705) 721-0138 E-mail: lws@iws.ca. Web site: www.iws.ca

342 Bayvlew Drive, Box 310, Barrie, Ontario, Canada L4M 4T5

(905) 470-6570 Fax: (905) 470-0958 Contact: Harry Kim, President GSR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES E119-151 Frobisher Dr Waterloo CN N2V 2C9

(519) 886-2972 Fax: (519) 886-3078 Contact: Terry Lorentz, Business Development GUMMING COCKBURN LIMITED 200-9133 Leslie St Richmond Hill CN L4B 4N1

(905) 763-2322 Fax: (905) 763-9983 CYRIL J. DEMEYERE LIMITED

261 Broadway Box 606 Tillsonburg ON N4G 4J1 (519) 688-1000 Fax: (519) 842-3235

Providing a wide range of Environmental Services

Contact: John D. Wiebe, President DANGON DESIGN SERVICES CO.

J.L.Richards

5 Sherwood Ave Scarborough ON MIR 1M7 (416) 701-9228 Fax: (416) 701-9233 Contact: Canning Zhu, Principal

.ENGINEERS ■ ARCHITECTS ■ PLANNERS

Water & Wastewater Treatment I Environmental Assessment & Planning Solid Waste Management I Stormwater Management I Watermain & Sewer Rehabilitation ).L. Richards Et Associates LimitedI

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11-121 Granton Dr Richmond Hill ON L4B 3N4

Expertise for the new world of Water and Wastewater Management

KMK Consultants Limited

Providing Professional Services Since 1959 Offices in:

Brampton ♦ Pickering ♦ Kitchener ♦ Windsor ♦ Cobalt Telephone; 905-459-4780 internet Site: www.kmk.ca

E-mail: kmk@kmk.ca

(905) 882-5984 Fax: (905) 882-8962 Contact: John N. Hilton, Vice President Phase I & II environmental site assessments and

audits; plant site deactivation & decommissioning; soil and groundwater remediation and treatment; environmental risk assessment and management; geotechnicai engineering; contaminant hydrogeology; AST & UST compliance; waste and wastewater treatment; unexploded ordnance control; industrial hygiene; hazardous materials, FOB, mould and asbestos management; O.Reg.170/03 Engineering Reports for small, potable water supply systems.

DELCAN WATER INTELLIGENT SOLUTIONS

Seirving Ontario municipalities and industry witli water well challenges from commission to compliance. Renowned for innovative solutions that rescue, rehabilitate and render reliable.

800 923 6923 LOTOWATER TECHNICAL SERVICES INC.

133 Wynford Dr North York CN M3C 1K1 (416) 441-4111 Fax: (416) 441-4131 E-mail: water@delGan.com Web site: www.deican.com

LOTOWATER GEOSCIENCE CONSULTANTS LTD.

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DELCAN WATER

Engineering expertise for the entire water cycle including; strategic reports and environmental assessment, watershed planning, system modelling


Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories and plant optimization, preliminary, detailed design and contract administration, procurement, finance and Intelligent Water Systems (iWS). Delcan IWS features leading edge design and implementation of system automation, networking and information management systems. DILLON CONSULTING LIMITED 800-235 Yorkland Blvd Toronto ON M2J 4Y8

Consultants Engineering &

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

(416) 229-4646 Fax:(416) 229-4692 Contact: Bill Allison, WaterA/Vastewater Systems Design

Web site; www.macviro.com

DJA ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS INC.

5-5100 Soutfi Sen/ice Rd Burlington ON L7L 6A5 (905) 681-6899 Fax:(905) 681-6855 Contact: Dennis Anderson, President

Marshall Macklln

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DONALD L. HART AND ASSOCIATES 604-3 Cfiurch St Toronto ON M5E 1M2

PROJECT MANAGERS • B-IGINEERS •SURVEYORS •PLANNERS

(416) 862-7104 Fax: (416) 862-0315 Contact: D.L. Hart, Manager

Specialists in Environmental Planning and Engineering, Hydrogeology, Waste Management and Water Resources

ECOCERN INC. 4 Nursewood Rd Toronto ON M4E 3R8

Toronto, Calgary, Mississauga, Whitby 80 Commerce Valley Drive East, Thornhill, ON L3T 7N4

(416) 699-6045

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

Contact: David Lewis, President

E-mail: mmm@mmm.ca

www.mmm.ca

ECOPLANS LIMITED

140-2655 Nortfi Sfieridan Way Mississauga ON L5K 2P8

NATIONAL REACH -"MAXXIMUM"SERVICE

(905) 823-4988 Fax: (905) 823-2669 Contact: Derek Stewart, Senior Hydrogeologist

• National Comprehensive Environmental Testing Services

EMSL ANALYTICAL INC. 107 Haddon Ave Westmont NJ 08108 USA

(800) 220-3675 Fax: (856) 858-3178

•MaxxLINK - Internet Accessible Sample Tracking & Report Viewing

Quebec: 1-877-462-9926 Atlantic Canada : 1-877-343-8090

•Air Quality Monitoring Services

ENVIROCON SERVICES

•Ultra Trace Organic Analysis by HRMS

10 Audrey Ave London ON N6A 2Y9 (519) 433-1540 Fax: (519) 433-1540

•Rush Analysis

Contact: Dick Frier, Owner

British Columbia: 1400-440-4808 Alberta :1-800-386-7247 Ontario : 1-800-563-6266

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(317) 972-7870 Fax:(317) 972-7875 Contact: Stepfien Henshaw, CEO ENVIROMETREX CORPORATION 302-14A Hazelton Ave Toronto ON M5R 2E2

(416) 928-0917 Contact: R. Kolomeycfiuk, Principal

RESTORATION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRACTORS 1-800-894-4924 ASBESTOS • LEAD • ABATEMENT • DEMOLITION • FOB'S • MOULD

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS & ENGINEERS

109-1341 George St Wtiite Rock BO V4B 4A1 (604) 542-2524

www.environmentaltiazards.com • www.toxicmold.ca E-mail: rec@restorationenvironmental.com

Contact: Grant Frame, President ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS ONTARIO INC. 18 Parkview Ave RR 1 Oro Station ON LOL 2E0

(705) 715-1881 Fax: (705) 487-5600

SARAFINCHIN Consulting Engineers

Contact: Brian A. Emms, Senior Environmental

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

(905) 854-4441

Since 1984 Specialists in Earth Engineering and Environmental Sciences Geotechnical, GeoEnvironmental, Hydrogeology, Geosciences, Construction QA

Contact: Patricia Pearce ENVIRO-TEST LABORATORIES 9936 67 Ave NW Edmonton AB TOE 0P5

(800) 668-9878, (780) 413-5227 Fax: (780) 4372311

Contact: Deborati Hioke, Account Manager ENVIROVISION INC.

7-150 Jardin Dr Concord ON L4K 3P9

(905) 761-1783 Fax: (905) 761-6524 Contact: Catalin ionescu. President

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

238 Galaxy Blvd., Toronto, Canada M9W 5R8 T 416-674-1770 F 416-674-1997 www.sarafinchin.com

"A leader in providing innovative automation solutions to our customers." We offer a complete range of products & services in the areas of: • Systems Integration • Process instrumentation • Control Panels • Chemical Packages • Programmable Logic Controllers • HMI/SGADA • Computer/Network Services • Service

Summa Engineering Limited 6423 Northam Drive, Mississauga, ON L4V1J2 • Tel:(905)678-3388, Fax:(905)678-0444 E-mail: info@summaeng.com • Website: www.summaeng.com

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Consultants

EV EGO CONSULTANTS LTD. 703 Durward Ave Vanccuver BC V5V 2Y9

(604) 872-2855 Fax: (604) 872-1374

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E.Z. NEJAT & ASSOCIATES INC.

PO Box 32207 PRO Harding Richmond Hill ON L4C 983

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

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613-933-5602

613-749-9685

613-634-7373

519-843-2552

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FEHERTY AND ASSOCIATES LTD. 411 Queen St Newmarket ON L3Y 2G9

(905) 898-3543 Fax: (905) 895-0571 Contact: Brian J. Feherty, President FRANZ ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

8177 Torbram Pd Brampton ON LOT 505 (905) 792-1093 Fax: (905) 792-9751

Tri-PhaseEnvironmentallnc.

Contact: Thomas Franz, President

• Hazardous Site Clean-up & Remediation • Decommissioning and Demolition Tel: (905) 823-7965 Fax:(905)823-7932 www.pcbdisposal.com

•Asbestos and Mould Abatement

210-255 Woodlawn Pd W Guelph ON N1H 8J1 (519) 824-8150 Fax: (519) 824-8089 Contact: Robert Wheildon

• Contaminated Soli Removal

M GAP (aWp'* ^TiviroMicrobial Services

• On-site Water Treatment

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• Wastewater

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engineers

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Site Assessment & Remediation

planners

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Whitby•Barrie • Bracebridge • Cobourg • Kingston • Kitchener-Waterloo • Ottawa•Sault Ste. Marie • St. Catharines

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A division of Conestoga-Povers & Associates Ltd. 14-1020 Hargrieve Rd London ON N6F 1P5 (519) 681-0571 Fax: (519) 681-7150 GAP FnviroMicrobia! Services (GAP), a division of Conestoga-Povers & Associates, specializes in environmental microbiology consulting and labora tory services. GAP performs testing, analysis, and research in areas of potable and surface water, wastewater treatment, disinfection efficacy, microbia! detection and identification, and bioremediation.

Tel:(905)668-9363•Toll Free: 1-800-668-1983•Fax:(905)668-0221 •E-Mail: tsh.@tsh.ca• www.tsh.ca

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(519)741-5774 (905) 829-8880 (613) 542-5888 (513)841-9246

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GARTNER LEE LIMITED

300-300 Town Centre Blvd Markham ON L3P 5Z6

(905) 477-8400 Fax; (905) 477-1456 F-mail: public@gartnerle0.com Web site: www.gartnerlee.com Contact: Ron Portelli, Vice President

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

• Hydrogeoiogy investigation / Modeiiing > Environmental Site Assessment / Auditing • Remediation and Decommissioning ' Environmental Management Systems

Providing environmental strategies and solutions with specialties in: environmental planning; eco nomic analysis and business planning; ecological assessment and management; surface water and groundwater resources management; waste man agement; facility implementation, closure and decommissioning; environmental site assessment and remediation; regulatory compliance, permitting and auditing; public consultation, facilitation and mediation; social impact assessment and special ized engineering. GENIVAR INC. 125 rue Racine E Chicoutimi 00 G7H 1P5

(418) 698-4488 Fax: (418) 698-6677 Contact: Frrol Fillion GEOGRAPHIC DYNAMICS CORP.

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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

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(780) 436-1217 Fax: (780) 436-3438 Contact: John D. Beckingham, CEO & Senior Fcologist GEOMATRIX CONSULTANTS AND ENGI NEERS INC. G-420 Weber St N Waterloo ON N2L 4E7

(519) 886-7500 Fax: (519) 886-7419 Contact: Dave Ellis, Senior Engineer GEOPHYSICS GPR INTERNATIONAL INC.

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Consultants

GEOSTAT SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL INC.

(905) 812-3709 Fax: (905) 812-3710

HYDROMANTIS, INC.

203-10 boul de la Seigneurie E Blainville QC

Contact: Susan Vaz De Sousa, Manager

302-1685 Main St W Hamilton ON L8S 1G5

J7C 3V5

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

(450) 433-1050 Fax: (450) 433-1048 Contact: Claude Duplessis, Manager

HORNER ASSOCIATES LIMITED 89 Queen St Truro NS B2N 2B2

GEOSYNTEC CONSULTANTS

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

130 Researcti Lane Guelph ON NIG 5G3 (519) 822-2230 Fax: (519) 822-3151 Contact: Tom Krug, Associate GLOBALTOX INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANTS INC.

6-367 Woodlawn Rd W Guelpti ON N1 Fl 7K9 (519) 766-1000 Fax: (519) 766-1100 Contact: Ron Breotier, Principal

IBI GROUP

230 Richmond St W Toronto ON M5V 1V6

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

H. PICKARD & ASSOCIATES 304-181 Westmorland St Frederlcton NB E3B 3L6

INLAND AQUATICS

67 Brock St W Box 156 Uxbrldge ON LOP 1M7 (905) 852-0204 Fax: (905) 852-0657

(506) 455-1574 Fax: (506) 454-4593 Contact: Flubert E. PIckard, President

Contact: Bruce Foxton, Operations Manager

HYDROGEOCHEM ENVIRONNEMENT INC. 1 -1184 av Cartier Quebec QC G1R 2S7

INSPEC-SOL INC.

651 Colby Dr Waterloo ON N2V 102 (519) 725-9328 Fax: (519) 884-5256 Contact: Bruce Polan, Manager

(418) 647-6814 Contact: Diane Germain, President

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Consultants INTEGRATED ENGINEERS, INC. 40308 Greenwood Way Oakhurst CA 93644 USA (559) 683-8284 Fax: (559) 683-8913 Contact: J. Gangwer, General Manager INTEGRATED EXPLORATIONS INC.

1-67 Watson Rd Box 1385 Guelph ON N1H 6H8 (519) 822-2608 Fax: (519) 822-3076 Contact: Jessica Burke, Laboratory Manager

JOHN EMERY GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

LEX SCIENTIFIC INC.

LIMITED

204-2 Quebec St Gueiph ON N1H 2T3 (519) 824-7082 Fax: (519) 824-5784

1-109 Woodbine Downs Bivd Toronto ON MOW 6Y1

(416) 213-1060 Fax: (416) 213-1070 Contact: Michael Fi. MacKay, Principal Geotechnica! Engineer KENT ENGINEERING LTD.

475 Gordon PI West Vancouver BC V7T 1R7

Contact: Michael Hoffbauer, Director LOTOWATER GEOSCIENCE CONSULTING 92 Scott Ave Box 451 Paris ON N3L 2N2

(519) 442-1749 Fax: (519) 442-2086 Contact: Laurie Lotimer, Managing Director

(604) 926-8601 INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS LTD.

Contact: Clarence Kent

210-130 Bridgeland Ave Toronto ON M6A 1Z4 (416) 789-5044 Fax: (416) 789-5944 Contact: Tony Tarsitano, President

KERR WOOD LEIDAL ASSOCIATES LTD.

(905) 475-7270 Fax: (905) 475-5994

200-4185A Still Creek Dr Burnaby BC F5C 6G9 (604) 293-2088 Fax: (604) 293-2090 Contact: Frank Belfry, President

Contact: Anita L. Smith, President

INTERNATIONAL WATER CONSULTANTS LTD.

MACVIRO CONSULTANTS INC. 500-600 Oochrane Dr Markham ON L3R 5K3

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342 Bayview Dr Box 310 Barrie ON L4M 4T5 (705) 733-0111 Fax: (705) 721-0138 Contact: Gary A. Kuehl, President

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PO Box 706 Stn A Campbeii River BC VOW 6J3 (800) 246-2744, (250) 923-6326 Fax: (250) 923-

220 Advance Bivd Brampton ON LOT 4J5 (905) 459-4780 Fax: (905) 459-7869 E-maii: kmk@kmk.ca

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E-maii: budivey@isiand.net Web site: www.sptt.net Contact: George A. Ivey, President ivey-soi® technology, a non-ionic surfactant mixture is capable of dissolving hydrocarbon, chlorinated solvent, heavy metal and radioactive water into water. Use successfully for soil and groundwater treatment; greater than 95 percent of sites remedi

Contact: Bob Fieeton, President

KMK Consultants Limited has been providing lead ing engineering consulting services across Ontario for over 43 years. At KMK, our focus is water and wastewater. We offer specialized expertise in water and wastewater engineering, municipal engineering, infrastructure management, biosoiids management and land development.

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80 Commerce Valley Dr E Thornhii! ON L3T 7N4 (905) 882-1100 Fax: (905) 882-0055 E-maii: mmm@mmm.ca Web site: www.mmm.ca

Contact: Bob Webb, Senior Vice President

Services provided are environmental engineering, (planning, design, contract administration of water and wastewater treatment and conveyance sys tems for municipal and industrial clients); water resources (stormwater management, flood predic tion, protection and control, watershed manage ment planning, flow modeling, routing and control); and environmental management (solid and haz ardous waste management, site decontamination, environmental auditing and hydrogeological stud ies/designs).

K. SMART ASSOCIATES LIMITED 7271 Warden Ave Markham ON LOR 5X5

85 Mcintyre Dr Kitchener ON N2R 1FI6 (519) 748-1199

(905)474-7700 Fax: (905)479-9326

Contact: David Fiarsch, Director

JACQUES WHITFORD LIMITED

Contact: Bill Stiebei, Vice President LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL SOFTWARE 301 -1091 Gorham St RR 5 Newmarket ON L3Y 7V1

3-419 Phillip St Waterloo ON N2L 3X2 (519) 746-5995 Fax: (519) 746-0793

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

Contact: Erin Fiiisden

JAGGER HIMS LIMITED

Contact: Jason Balsdon LANDTEK LIMITED

MARTYN ENGINEERING LTD.

801B 29th St Courtenay BC V9N 7Z5 (250) 334-3846 Fax: (250) 334-2645 Contact: Hal Martyn, Principal MASKWA ENGINEERING LTD.

PO Box 4624 Hay River NT XOE 1G3 (867) 874-2207 Fax: (867) 874-2763 Contact: Chris Robinson, Manager

3-205 Nebo Rd Hamilton ON L8W 2E1

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

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320-7930 Bowness Rd NW Calgary AB T3B 0H3 (403) 247-1777 Fax: (403) 286-9895 E-maii: jkeng@teius.net

(450) 756-8040 Fax: (450) 756-6559 Contact: Thierry Freire, Vice President Environmental

Contact: Jan Korzeniowski, President

Engineering consulting since 1987. Water supply and treatment, sewage collection and treatment, groundwater development, monitoring, reclamation, environmental site assessment, design, tendering, construction supervision, and project management.

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J.L. RICHARDS & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

864 Lady Ellen PI Ottawa ON K1Z 5M2 (613) 728-3571 Fax: (613) 728-6012 Web site: www.jirichards.ca Contact: Ron Cheek, Chief Engineer Providing a wide range of environmental services including water and wastewater treatment, environ mental assessment and planning, solid waste/ieaohate management, water resources and stormwater management, sewer and watermain condition assessment and rehabilitation, plant retro fits, energy management. Offices also in Kingston, Sudbury, and Timmins.

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Maxxam is Canada's premier analytical laboratory network with over 30 years of providing customer

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driven science. Maxxam draws on its scientific

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expertise and innovative application of technology to deliver solutions upon which our customers can depend. Through a workforce of over 1,300 unique ly skilled and experienced scientists, technologists, and service staff across the country, we offer a com prehensive range of accredited capabilities in rou tine and specialized analyses of water, soil, waste,

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MAXXAM ANALYTICS INC.

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

Web site: www.msdsworld.com

Contact: Mark Roehier, Principal LEHDER, pronounced "leader", provides totally integrated solutions to companies throughout North America. LEHDER recognizes our client's need to make decisions that provide for operational flexibili ty while meeting regulatory, economic and social requirements. Our team of consulting professionals is built around our core strength in industrial envi ronmental, health and safety management. LES ENTREPRISES NORDIKEAU INC. 417 Saint-Thomas Joiiette QC J6E 3P9

(450) 756-6227 Fax: (450) 756-8313 Contact: Jean-Francois Bergeron, President

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air and biota. MOATEE SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES LTD.

23 Parkwood Rise BE Calgary AB T2J 3X7 (403) 271-9796 Fax: (403) 271-9796 Contact: Chris McAtee, President MESAR/ENVIRONAIR

303 rue des Forges Trois-Rivieres Quebec G9A 2G9 (819) 376-7771 Fax: (819) 376-7712 Contact: Yvan Masse, President


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Digital plug & play pH sensor

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MemoSens, Endress-i-Hauser's new pH sensor digitally stores production and

The Aysix Model 2000 Mixed Liquor

calibration data and documents sensor

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properties such as s/n and date of man ufacture, ensuring traceability of all important data.

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sales(§)hetek.com. Web: www.hetek.com. Hetek Solutions

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15 infrared TSS Sensor, the Aysix Model 2000 supplies accurate aeration

spool-type or spherical-type expansion joints are too rigid and offer too much resistance to be used with thermoplastic, fluorplastic or FRP pipe. The Proco style 261-R offers low spring rates and greater movements. Tel: 800-344-3246, Fax: 209-943-0242, E-mail: leads@procoproducts.com. Web: www.procoproducts.com.

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Hach Company

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Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories

MOUNTAIN VALLEY GEOPHYSICS CORP.

OFFSHORE DESIGN ASSOCIATES LTD.

519-245 Dixon Rd Toronto ON M9P 2M4

(416) 249-6664 Fax: (416) 249-6965 Contact: Michael Vumbaca, Principal

16438 Carrs Landing Rd Lake Country BC V4V 1C3 (250) 766-1023 Contact: Dr. D.B. Muggeridge, President

M R 2 MCDONALD & ASSOCIATES

ONTARIO CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL

applied to biorsmediation, safety of the environ ment, industrial products, food, water, and indoor air and cyanobacteriai toxin screening. PETRO LABORATORIES INC.

PC Box 4823 Stn Main Regina SK S4P 3Y4 (306) 584-7071 Fax: (306) 584-8666 Contact: Rodger McDonald, Principal Engineer

TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT (OCETA) 201A-2070 Hadwen Rd Mississauga ON L5K 209 (905) 822-4133 Fax: (905) 822-3558 Contact: Wayne Ooutinho, Program Manager

N.A.R. ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS INC.

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

Contact: Jochen Schroer, President

PACIFIC INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY

PHILIPS ENGINEERING LTD.

Contact: Dr. Paul D. Tinari, Director

3215 North Service Rd Box 220 Burlington ON

PARAGON SOIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL

(905) 335-2353 Fax: (905) 335-1414 Contact: R. Scheckenberger, Director

L7R 3Y2 CONSULTING

14805 119 Ave NW Edmonton AS T5L 2N9 PILOT PERFORMANCE RESOURCES

Contact: Leonard Leskiw, President

MANAGEMENT INC.

5805 Progress St MR 2 Niagara Fails ON L2E 6X8 (905) 374-5227 Fax: (905) 356-9672 Contact: Steph Johnson, Managing Director

1235 Williams Pky Box 68584 Brampton ON L6S 6A1 (905) 792-3130 Fax: (905) 792-3047 Contact: Jayne Pilot, President

PIBIR

NORTHERN LABORATORIES LTD.

251 Kaien Rd Prince Rupert 80 VBJ 487 (250) 627-1906 Fax: (250) 627-8214 Contact: Charles Armstrong, Manager

(604) 244-8101 Fax: (604) 244-8491

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

(780) 434-0400 Fax:(780) 482-1260 NIAGARA ANALYTICAL LABORATORIES INC.

PHH ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

406-13251 Deif Pi Richmond BC V6V 2A2

NATECH ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

109 Patterson Cross Rd Harvey Station NB E6K 1L9 (506) 366-1080 Fax: (506) 366-1090

1295 Matheson Bivd E Mississauga ON L4W 1R1 (905) 361-2388 Fax:(905) 361-2411 Contact: James Szeto, Lab Manager

Laboratories Inc.

PBR LABORATORIES INC.

PINCHIN ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

5749 Coopers Ave Mississauga ON L4Z 1R9 (905) 507-4855 Fax: (905) 507-4884 Contact: Jose Barinque, Marketing Assistant

9960 67 Ave NW Edmonton A8 T6E OPS

NORTHLAND ENGINEERING (1987) LIMITED 121 Durham St Sudbury ON P3E 3M9 (705) 674-4401 Fax: (705) 674-5583 Contact: Neil W. Castonguay, President O'CONNOR ASSOCIATES ENVIRONMENTAL INC. 200W-2150 Winston Park Dr Oakviile ON L6H 5V1

(905) 829-3330 Contact: Ron McKee, Regional Manager

(780) 450-3957 Fax:(780) 450-3960 E-maii: pbr@pbr.ca Web site: www.pbr.ca

PITEAU ASSOCIATES ENGINEERING LTD.

215-260 Esplanade W North Vancouver BC V7M 3G7 (604) 986-8551 Fax: (604) 985-7286 Contact: David Tiplady, Senior Hydrogeoiogist

Contact: Dr. Ram Mehta, President

PBR, an accredited (ISO/IEC17025) laboratory, has offered bioanalyticai services to and undertaken customized research projects for private and public sector clients since 1984. PBR's areas of special ization include microbiology and toxicology as

PLURITEC

201 -225 rue des Forges Trois-Rivieres QC G9A 2G7 (819) 379-8010 Fax: (819) 379-8092 Contact: Pierre Beilavance, dir. environnement POLLUTECH ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED

768 Westgate Rd Oakvilie ON L6L 5N2 (905) 847-0065 Fax: (905) 847-3840 Contact: Greg Brown, President

R.V.Anderson Associates Limited

PROCYON CONSULTING INC.

238 Hickiing Trail Barrie ON L4M 5W5 (705) 739-9738 Fax:(705 )739-8448 Contact: George Chamberiin, Principal

environment â&#x20AC;¢ infrastructure

PULP SOLUTIONS BY KEECH

Bruce Buchanan of Touchie

1069 Darby Lane Fonthiii ON LOS 1E4 (905) 892-9624

Engineering, a division of R.V. Anderson Associates Limited, has been appointed Section Chair

Contact: Joanne Keech, Owner QUALITY ANALYSIS CONSULTANTS

of the 2005 Executive for the

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

Atlantic Canada Water Works Association.

QUINTE-ECO CONSULTANTS INC. PO Box 400 RR 7 Beiieviiie ON K8N 4Z7

Bruce is a registered professional engineer in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia with a Bachelor of Science

(613) 967-2332 Fax: (613) 967-6680

in Civil Engineering from the University of New Brunswick. He has over 22 years of project management and engineering experience on water, wastewater, and environmental engineering projects.

Contact: Ron Carter, President R&R LABORATORIES LTD.

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

R. V. Anderson Associates Limited has been engaged in the provision of professional engineering, operations, and management services since 1948. The organization comprises environmental and infrastructure specialists for water, wastewater, transportation, and urban development in Canada, and internationally.

47-17665 Leslie St Newmarket ON L3Y 3E3

(905) 853-0626 Fax: (905) 853-8807 Contact: Bob LeCraw, President

ResDev TAX CONSULTANTS INC.

2001 Sheppard Avenue East Suite 400 Toronto Ontario M2J 428 | Te! 416 497 8600 Fax 416 497 0342

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RESDEV TAX CONSULTANTS INC.

403-29 Upper Canada Dr Toronto ON M2P 1S4 (416) 250-9603 Fax: (416) 250-0433 E-mail: marvin@resdev.ca

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Website: www.resdev.ca

Contact: Marvin Siibert, Senior Manager ResDev assists companies in obtaining money back for engineering services which quaiify as Research and Deveiopment under the Income Tax Act. ResDev's team of ex-CRA tax auditors and

science staff will assist you in assessing your activities to determine if they qualify under the SR&ED program. If the activities are eligible, ResDev will complete the entire submission, including the technical report, tax schedules, meeting with the accountants, as well as all meet ings with CRA.

ROWAN WILLIAMS DAVIES & IRWIN, INC. 650 Woodlawn Rd W Guelph ON N1K 188 (519)823-1311 Fax: (519)823-1316 RSG ENGINEERING INC.

2032 22 St S Lethbridge AB T1K 2K2 (403) 320-9343 Fax: (403) 320-5721 Contact: Waiter Brodowski, Principal

202-3754 Richmond Rd Nepean ON K2FI 5B9 (613) 721-0880 Fax: (613) 721-2096

SARAFINCHIN CONSULTING ENGINEERS

Contact: Richard Goubko, President

238 Galaxy Blvd Toronto ON M9W 5R3 (416) 674-1770 Fax: (416) 674-1997

R.V.Anderson Associates Limited

SCHUR-TEK RESOURCES LTD.

environment ■ infrastructure

Contact: Martin Schurek, President

R.V. ANDERSON ASSOCIATES LIMITED

Burnside R.J. BURNSIDE & ASSOCIATES LIMITED

15 Town Line Orangeviiie ON L9W 3R4 (519) 941-5331 Fax: (519) 941-8120 Web site: www.rjburnside.com Contact: Sue Pennant, Marketing Manager Burnside is a Canadian engineering consulting firm with offices in Ontario, Manitoba and India. Our services include water and wastewater treatment,

water supply systems, on-site wastewater, water resources, hydrogeoiogy, environmental assess ment, site remediation, structural design, building science, transportation, GIS, solid waste manage ment, golf course services and satellite remote sensing.

SALBRO CONSULTING SERVICES LTD.

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 Morrison, Reg Andres, Ken Campbell Environmental and infrastructure specialists: planning and management, design and construction, opera tions and optimization services for water and wastewater, transportation, urban deveiopment and telecommunication technologies. Branches: Weiiand, Ottawa, Sudbury (Dennis), London, Moncton (Touchie), Fredericton (Touchie), Charlottetown (Atlantech), Mumbai India (PHE Consultants).

50 Larkspur Ores St Albert AB T3N 2M5 (730) 458-2067 Fax: (780) 460-1909

SENDEX ENVIRONMENTAL CORP. 417 Exeter Rd London ON N6E 2Z3

(519) 680-3868 Fax: (519) 680-3870 Contact: Marc B. Trudeil, Principal SIMCOE ENGINEERING GROUP LIMITED

10-1815 Ironstone Manor Pickering ON L1W 3W9 (905) 831-1715 Fax: (905) 831-0531 Contact: Don Cane, President SIMMERING & ASSOCIATES LTD. 300-1750 Courtwood Cres Ottawa ON K2C 2B5

(613) 224-0224 Fax: (613) 224-0339 Contact: Steve Simmering, President

SAGEOS/CTT GROUP

3000 Bouiie Ave Saint-Flyacinthe QC J2S 1H9 (877) 724-3677, (450) 771 -4608 Fax: (450) 778-3901 Contact: Eric Blond, Technical Director

SOIL-MAT ENGINEERS

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

SAIC CANADA ROBINSON CONSULTANTS INC.

Science Applications International Corporation

350 Palladium Dr Kanata ON K2V 1A8

335 River Rd 8 Ottawa ON K1A 0H3

(613) 592-6060 Fax: (613) 592-5995 Contact: Andy Robinson, President

(613) 991-2737 Fax: (613) 991-1673 Contact: Monlque Punt, Program Manager

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(905) 415-8499 Contact: Gordon Lo, President

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rGuide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories

Consultants SOLMERS INC.

SUTCLIFFE RODY QUESNEL INC.

22-1471 boul Lionel-Boulet Varennes QC J3X 1P7

9 Wellington St New Liskeard QN POJ 1PO (705) 647-4311 Fax:(705) 647-3111

(450) 929-0303 Fax: (450) 929-4334 Contact: Denis Boivin, Sales Manager

Contact: James Hawken, Vice President

SPECTRUM ASSOCIATES

SYLVIS

3400 rue Griffitti Saint-Laurent QC H4T 1A7

Stantec

(514) 733-5501 Fax: (514) 733-7432 Contact: Mark Wasserlauf

427 Seventh St New Westminster BC V3M 3L2

(604) 777-9788 Fax: (604) 777-9791 Contact: Jason Hutchison, Qperations Manager

STANTEC CONSULTING LTD. 49 Frederick St Kitchener ON N2H 6M7

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

TALON PROJECTS INC.

Web site: wvvw.stantec.com

PQ Box 1720 Atikokan ON POT 1 CO

Qontact: Mark Jackson, Senior Vice President,

(807)929-1424 Fax: (807) 929-1426 Qontact: Wayne Pitura

Environment

SPILL MANAGEMENT INC.

45 Upper Mount Albion Rd Stoney Creek ON L8J 2R9 (905) 578-9666 Fax: (905) 578-6644 E-mail: spillman@on.aibn.com Contact: Cliff Holland, Director of Training Spill Management offers on-site site-specific, all-risk and all-fiazard response training for cfiemicals spiils using tiands-on training and classroom instruction as well as workstiops in Emergency Response Planning and Incident Command. Ottier services include plans for emergency response, and environ mental preparedness, as well as emergency response equipment and supplies assessments using video.

Stantec provides value-added professional services and technologies in the five principal market seg ments of environment, buildings, industrial, trans portation and urban land, from over 40 locations principally in North America. Environmental engi neering seivices include municipal and industrial

TERRAIN GROUP INC. 26 Union St Bedford NS B4A 2B5

(902) 835-9955 Fax: (902) 835-1645 Contact: Tim Veinot, Senior Municipal Engineer

wastewater treatment, wastewater collection and

pumping, municipal and industrial water treatment, water distribution, pumping and storage and gener al municipal engineering. A full range of environ mental management services is also provided.

TERRAPEX ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

108-557 Dixon Rd Toronto QN M9W 6K1

(416) 245-0011 Fax: (416) 245-0012 Contact: Michael Osborne, President

STIRLING ENGINEERING INC.

TERRATLANTIC ENGINEERING LIMITED

PQ Box 313 Ingleside QN KOQ 1M0 (613) 362-7847 Fax: (613) 537-8523

515 Beaverbrook Crt Fredericton NB E3B 1X6

(506) 460-8660 Fax: (506) 460-8679

Contact: Robert S. Wilson, President

Contact: Geoff Dickinson, President

STABILIS INC.

SUMMIT ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS LTD.

THAMES VALLEY ENGINEERING

580-3333 Queen-Mary Montreal QC H3V 1A2 (514) 940-1230 Fax: (514) 940-3435 Contact: Philippe Simon, President

17A-100 Kalamalka Lake Rd Vernon BO V1T 7M3

100-392 Park Ave E Chatham QN N7M 5Y5

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

(519) 354-2193 Fax: (519) 352-4272 Contact: Henry E. Regts, Project Manager

Š BurnsIde

One Team.

Infinite Solutions.

Burnside has been helping clients find cost effective and innovative solutions to their environmental needs for more

than 30 years. Water Supply and Treatment Groundwater, Wastewater and Stormwater

Management Providing professional services in:

Solid Waste Management and Site Remediation

Water Wastewater

GIS Applications and Satellite Remote Sensing

Process

Automation & Information Management 519 941-5331

Ecotoxiclty

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Environmental Assessment

Environmental Site Management Natural Sciences & Heritage Resources Water Resources Management

We are always interested in speaking with progressive and talented people who wish to share

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their career with us. Visit our website to view

current opportunities.

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stantec

Visit us at stantec.com


Consultants

Guide to Environmental Consultants & Laboratories M

HI

Contact: Alain M. Lalonde, Principal Leaders In operations enhancement providing spe cialty services to the water and wastewater industry Including water efficiency programs, system opti mization, leakage reduction, hydraulic modeling, flow and pressure monitoring, technology transfer, ICI water use studies and more.

T. HARRIS ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

Contact: TerrI Phlel, Assistant to Senior Vice President, Marketing WHELAN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, LTD.

PC Box 372 Stn Main Regina SK S4P 3A2 (306) 537-5909 Contact: W.L. Whelan, President/General Manager

INC.

242 Galaxy Blvd Toronto ON M9W 5R8 (888)-ASK-THEM,(416)679-8914 Fax:(416)679-8915 E-mail: jflsher@tharrls.ca

VIRTUAL

LAWYERS LLP

Consulting Engineers

900-4 King St W Toronto ON M5FI 1B6 (416) 863-0711 Fax: (416) 863-1938 Contact: Barry Spiegel

Web site: www.tharrls.ca

Contact: John C. Fisher, Chief Operating Officer TFIEM Is a diverse group of Industrial hygiene, engi neering, scientific, and technical professionals provid ing a wide range of environmental/occupational health and safety consulting services to Industrial, real estate, banking, commercial, Institutional, and government

WILLMS & SHIER ENVIRONMENTAL

engineers' VIRTUAL ENGINEERS

1 -401 Bentley St Markham ON L3R 9T2 (905) 475-0436 Pax: (905) 475-0142

WOOD BANANI BOUTHILLETTE PARIZEAU INC. 100-3740 Richmond Rd Ottawa ON K2H 5B9

E-mail: lnfo@vecollectlve.com Web site: www.vecollectlve.com

(613) 596-6454 Fax: (613) 596-3346 Contact: Chuck L. Wood, Principal

203-160 St David St S Fergus ON N1M 2L3 (519) 843-2552 Fax: (519) 843-2115

Contact: Anthony Warner, President We specialize in industrial wastewater treatment sys tems and own and operate a pilot DAP system. We perform complete detailed engineering for water and wastewater faoillty design, project management, chemical engineering and process design, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering and design.

THURBER ENGINEERING LTD.

WARDROP ENGINEERING INC.

300-2620 Bristol CIr Oakvllle ON L6H 6Z7

200-9636 51 Ave NW Edmonton AB T6E 6A5

400-386 Broadway Winnipeg MB R3C 4M8 (204) 956-0980 Fax:(204) 957-5389

(905) 829-8880 Fax: (905) 829-8890 E-mall: gta@xcg.com Web site: www.xcg.com Contact: Deborah Molloy, Marketlhg Coordinator XCG Consultants Ltd. is a unique environmental engineering firm that has earned a reputation for excellence, offering technical expertise and solu tions that are practical and Innovative. XCG offers comprehensive services in water and wastewater

clients. We have four full service offices In Ontario and Quebec with associated offices across Canada. THE THOMPSON ROSEMOUNT GROUP

J^'XCC XCG CONSULTANTS LTD.

(780) 438-1460 Fax: (780) 437-7125 Contact: Neal Fernuik, Principal

Contact: Ed Wolowich, Vice President

TOTTEN SIMS HUBICKI ASSOCIATES

WATERLINE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

300 Water St Whitby ON LI N 9J2 (905) 668-9363 Fax: (905) 668-0221

4-4151 Morris Dr Burlington ON L7L 5L5 (905) 333-6604 Fax: (905) 333-0368 Contact: Stu Ferguson, President

Contact: R.B. Baker, Senior Vice President TROW ASSOCIATES INC.

WATERLOO HYDROGEOLOGIC,INC.

1595 Clarke Blvd Brampton ON LOT 4V1 (905) 793-9800 Fax: (905) 793-0641

101-460 Phillip St Waterloo ON N2L 5J2 (519) 746-1798 Fax: (519) 885-5262

treatment, water distribution, stormwater collection and treatment, site assessment and remediation,

risk assessment, industrial and hydrogeologlcal services.

TWO TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

WATERSHED MANAGEMENT ECOLOGY

37-1200 Speers Rd Oakvllle ON L6L 2X4 (905) 338-3372 Fax: (905) 338-3379 Contact: Scott Wilson, Project Manager

778 Coulson Ave Milton ON L9T 4K4

URS

(416) 806-2026 Fax: (416) 850-5181 Contact: Geza N. Gaspardy, Principal, Eoologlst/Planner

XIE (ENVIRONMENTAL) 79 River Rd Napanee ON K7R 3H3 (613) 354-2257 Fax: (613) 354-5760 Contact: Max Christie, Presideht

WATSON ENGINEERING LTD.

ZORIX CONSULTANTS INC.

760 Seymour St Kamloops BO V2C 2H3 (250) 374-2244 Fax: (250) 374-9292

200-3425 Semenyk Crt Mississauga ON L5C 4P9 (905) 277-1110 Fax: (905) 277-1112

Contact: John C.N. Watson, President

URS CANADA INC.

Professional Geosolentlsts & Engineers 404-151 City Centre Dr MIssissalga ON L5B 1M7 (905) 272-3001 Fax: (905) 272-3380 E-mail: Mlsslssauga@ursoorp.com Web site: www.urscorp.com Contact: David A. Legault, Vice President, Environ mental Services

The Environmental Group of URS Canada Inc. spe cializes In environmental site assessments, clean-ups, property redevelopment (Brownflelds), due diligence audits, site decommissioning, designated substances surveys, air monitoring, permitting, and environmental management systems. URS Is a consulting engineer ing and professional geosclences firm providing multidisciplinary services for: transportation, municipal Infrastructure, facilities, and environment. VALUE ENGINEERING

16 Woodgate Dr Toronto ON M6N 4W3 (416) 763-6273 Fax:(416) 763-1014 Contact: George Katsarov, Principal

taWESA A Better Environment For Business WESA (WATER AND EARTH SCIENCE ASSOCIATES LTD.) 3108 Carp Rd Box 430 Carp ON KOA 1LO (613) 839-3053 Fax: (613) 839-5376 E-mail: wesacarp@wesa.ca Web site: www.wesa.ca

Contact: Roger Woeller, CEO Exceeding the expectations of our clients by provid ing the best In customer service and Innovative thinking Is the main goal at WESA. Using today's technology, WESA Is able to structure cost effective solutions to a full range of environmental needs. With eight offices across Ontario and Quebec, WESA works with Industry and government In the areas of assessments, engineering, geosclence, hygiene, remediation, monitoring and training. WESA can make environmental Issues a thing of the past, while assisting companies to grow In the future. Call today to find out how.

ERITEC

WESTERN BIORESCURCES CONSULTING LTD.

Consulting Inc.

2248 Columbia Ave Castlegar BC VIN 2X1 (250) 365-2028 Fax: (250) 365-3607

VERITEC CONSULTING INC.

Contact: Chris Bullock, President

12-1495 Bonhlll Rd Mississauga ON L5T 1IVI2 (905) 696-9391 Fax: (905) 696-9395 E-mail: veritec@sympatlco.ca

WESTON SOLUTIONS, INC. 1400 Weston Way West Chester PA 19380 USA

Web site: www.veritec.ca

(610) 701-3000 Fax: (610) 701-3186

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Product and Service Showcase Chopper pumps

Hatch safety net

Landia chopper pumps solve the tough est problems when pumping difficultto-handle liquids with high solid con tents. Chop and reduce solids particle size while pumping with our special knife

The lightweight Hatch Safety Net is designed to be permanently installed and easily retractable in floor and roof openings where the risk of fall through is present. When

system. Eliminate clogging problems and prevent costly break downs. Landia

chopper pumps are operating in: raw tmscreened effluents, food industry efflu ents, paper mills, slurries and sludges, and much more.

closed, the net system allows people to move freely around con fined space open ing without fear of falling into the opening. It also allows visibility of inspections and accessibility for limit ed maintenance and float adjustments.

When entry/exit is required, the net can

E-mail: epsl@telus.net.

be easily unhooked on all but one side of the opening to facilitate full access to the confined space. Tel: 604-552-7900, Fax: 604-552-7901,E-mail: epsl@telus.net.

Landia

U.S.F. Fabrication

Tel: 604-552-7900, Fax: 604-552-7901,

t Ml

ulations ofthe EPA

P

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mail: metcon@metconeng. com, Web: www.metconeng.com.

with

or infrared. The MicroTOL uses a low

volume sample chamber(30ml), reduc ing calibration costs and providing quick response times. The MicroTOL has a low maintenance, fail-safe design with a bubble rejection system to ensure accurate readings. Tel: 905-7382355, Fax: 905-738-5520,E-mail: metcon

@metconeng.com, Web: www. metcon eng.com.

Metcon Sales & Engineering

Smoothwall pipe Gasketed

Smoothwall Pipe by Ideal Pipe is standards compli ant

and

meets

CSA, OPSS and

and ISO 7027, and either white light

ammonia

905-738-2355, Fax: 905-738-5520, E-

3000

been

specifically de signed to meet reg

is available

situ

sensor has a fast response time and can be directly inserted into the medium without sample preparation or sample feeding. The AmmoLyt 700 IQ works with the IQ Sensor Net controller, which has a modular design and can be configured with up to 12 sensors. Tel:

The ChallengerÂŽ

Turbidi

has

WTW

AmmoLyt* 700 IQ was devel'oped using Insitu ISE (ionselective) meas uring tech niques. The In-

.Metcon Sales & Engineering

The HF MicroTOL meter

The

Septage receiving

On-Llne turbidimeter On-Line

Ammonia analyzer

Metcon's automated septage receiving and monitoring system is a pre-engineered system not only for screening, draining, washing, compacting and physically treating septage waste but also provides automated analysis and logging of all septage arriving at a treatment facility, thereby enabling

ASTM. Its unique integral seamless bell construction has a smooth interior for use in storm sewer

time savings. Tel: 905-738-2355, Fax: 905-738-5520, E-mail: metcon@metcon eng.com. Web: www.metconeng.com. Metcon Sales & Engineering

and engineered projects requiring leakresistant joints. It carries high flows in smaller pipes, resists abrasion and per forms well in shifting or freezing soils. For ideal results above ground, it's Ideal Pipe underground. Tel: 519-4732669, 800-265-7098, Fax: 519-6412524, E-mail:sales@idealpipe.ca, Web: www.idealpipe.ca Ideal Pipe

Scrubbing systems

Digital correlator

treatment facilities valuable cost and

Ball valves

At the heart of each

system is a wet scrubber (or scrub bers) designed for each specific appli cation

Chemline's Type 21 True Union Ball valves are designed for safety and low maintenance required for chemical feed systems in municipal waste and water treatment plants. Now available

for

maxi

mum capture of the pollutant and to ensure compliance with environmental

The New Palmer DigiCALL correlator is a PC based fully digital correlator designed to suit users who prefer to use their laptop PC as an interface to pin point leaks. It brings enhanced per formance for the most difficult leaks

com.

authorities. Each scrubber employs high performance random packing and engineered internals, produced in our facilities, using a broad range of ther moplastics, fluoropolymers and rein forced plastics. Tel: 905-832-8161, Fax: 905-832-2111, E-Mail:glandry@ fabricatedplastics.com. Web: www. fabricatedplastics.com.

Chemline Plastics

Fabricated Plastics

Hetek Solutions

are flare tube ends to connect Teflon

tubing to the PVC Type 21s used on sodium hypochlorite service. Tel: 905889-7890, Fax: 905-889-8553, E-mail: info@chemline.com,Web: www.chemline.

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situations such as plastic or larger diameter pipelines. Tel: 519-659-1144, Fax: 519-453-2182, E-mail: sales@ hetek.com, Web: www.hetek.com.


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers

ES&Es Directory of Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers NOTE: This guide is intended as a service for ES&E readers only. No claims are made that it is a comprehensive review. ES&E relies on information supplied by companies who returned questionnaires. ABANAKI

17387 Munn Rd Chagrin Falls OH 44023 USA (800) 358-SKIM Karen Smidansky, Marketing

iinii

ACQIRIS USA 234 Cromwell Hill Rd Monroe NY 10950 USA

(845) 782-6544 Fax: (845) 782-4745 Contact: Kiaas Vogel

AKRULOGIC

125 Trinity St Toronto ON M5A 3C7 (416) 696-5576 Fax: (416) 696-7988 Contaot: Erik Zamurs, Director

ACUTE ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY

ALBARRIE CANADA LIMITED

SERVICES

85 Morrow Rd Barrie ON L4N 3V7

2-730 Bridge St Waterloo ON N2V 2J4 (519) 747-5075 Fax:(519) 584-4732

(705) 737-0551 Fax: (705) 737-9652 Contact: Linda McFadden, Sales

ABB INC.

AL D DRIVER CONSULTING

3450 Harvester Rd Burlington ON L7N 3W5 (905) 639-8840 Fax: (905) 333-7502

269 Rockingham Crt Cobourg ON K9A 5W3 (905) 372-0121 Fax: (905) 372-0181

E-maii: ivan.a.soiomons@ca.abb.oom Web site: www.abb.com/instrumentation

Contact: Al Driver, President

Contact: ivan Solomons, Senior Product Manager We are an established world force in the design and manufacture

of

instrumentation

for

industrial

process control, liquid and gas analysis, flow meas urement and environmental applications. As part of ABB, a world leader in process automation technol ogy, we offer our customers application expertise, service and support worldwide. ABBA PUMP PARTS & SERVICE

5370 Munro Crt Burlington ON L7L 5N8 (800) 268-5142 Fax:(905) 333-0973 Contact: Jim Miller, Marketing Manager ABEL PUMPS, L.P.

207 Overlook Dr Sewickiey PA 15143 USA (412) 741-3222 Fax: (412) 741-2599 Contact: Gregg Rivoir, Sales Manager ABOUT REMEDIATION

201A-2070 Hadwen Rd Mississauga ON L5K 209 (905) 822-4133 Fax: (905) 822-3558 Contact: Wayne Coutinho, Program Manager ABS PUMPS CORPORATION

7-1215 Meyerside Dr Mississauga ON L5T 1H3 (905) 670-4677 Fax: (905) 670-3709 Contact: Jason Goldberg, Sales Director

ALEX MILNE ASSOCIATES LTD. ADI INTERNATIONAL INC.

3-1870 Albion Rd Etobicoke ON M9W 5T2

1133 Regent St Fredericton NB E3B 3Z2 (506) 451-7407 Fax: (506) 459-3954

(800) 563-5947, (416) 742-4911 Fax: (416) 742-

E-maii: eiw@adi.ca

Contact: Bill Milne, President

6005

Web site: www.adi.ca

Contact: Eric Winchester,Vice President

ALLMAX PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS, INC.

Manufacturer of systems for removal of arsenic in drinking water using ferric hydroxide adsorption media

911 South Main St Building A Kenton OH 43326

(MEDIA G2®). NSF 61 certified. Performance verified under ETV Canada and USEPA ETV programs.

(419) 673-8863 Fax: (419) 673-8864 Contact: Doug Hughes, Sales

Manufacturer of systems for removal of hydrogen sulfide in biogas, iandfiii gas, sour gas and air streams using SULFA-BIND^" fixed bed scrubbers.

ALPHA CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION 5-361 Steeicase Rd W Markham ON L3R 3V8

USA

(905) 477-2133 Fax: (905) 477-4219 Contact: Jerry Sand, Sales Manager

ADI SYSTEMS INC.

300-1133 Regent St Fredericton NB E3B 3Z2 (506) 452-7307 Fax: (506) 452-7308 Contact: Connie Smith, Marketing & Administration

n

Services

ALTECH CKilONO S WESTIGATlVt 5£SViCES LTD.

ADVANCE PRODUCTS & SYSTEMS, INC.

PO Box 60399 Lafayette LA 70596 USA (337) 233-6116 Fax:(337) 232-3860 Contact: Daria Steinborn, Sales Manager

ALTECH DRILLING & INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES LTD. 140 Bathurst Dr Waterloo ON N2V 1V7

(519) 725-1856 Fax: (519) 725-1370 ADVENTIS TECHNOLOGIES

E-mail: dmiliard@aitechworld.com

2185 Rosemount Cres Oakvilie ON L6M 3P4

Web site: www.aitechworid.com

(416) 301-4958 Contact: Lucy Casacia, President

Contact: Dave Miiiard, President

ALTECH performs investigative services for environ mental and geotechnicai consultants. ALTECH Services (US and Canada) conducts subsurface investigative and remedial activities using directpush and rotary drilling systems. ALTECH Services operates various Truok and Track Geoprobe^" units and truck and ail terrain rotary drills.

A.C. CARBONE CANADA INC.

300 rue Brosseau Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu QC JOB 2E9

(450) 348-1807 Fax: (450) 348-331 E-mail: accarbon@accarbone.com Web site: www.enviroaccess.ca

AGL MARKETING LIMITED

ALTECH TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS INC.

Contact: Johanne Rajotte, Accountant A.C. CARBONE CANADA INC. is Canada's only manufacturer of activated carbon. We produce acti vated carbon from virgin coconut shell charcoal. We also offer many types of standard, impregnated, specialized media, low cost carbon canisters, and related products for emissions control, odour abate ment, product purification and solvent recovery, for both liquid and vapour phase applications.

205 Miller Dr Haiton Hills(Georgetown) ON L7G 6G4 (905) 877-5369 Fax: (905) 702-0819 E-maii: giee@agimarketing.com Web site: www.agimarketing.com

12 Banigan Dr Toronto ON M4H 1E9 (877) ALTECH5 (258-3245) Fax: (416) 467-9824

Contact: Grant Lee, President

AMERICAN CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

AGL Marketing Limited provides marketing services to engineers, suiveyors, contractors, concrete pipe producers, and industry associations. The business was established by Grant Lee, a professional mar keter and land use planner with over 25 years expe

222 W Las Colinas Blvd Suite 641 Irving TX 75039 (972) 506-7216 Fax: (972) 506-7682

ACG TECHNOLOGY LTD.

rience in the infrastructure field.

6-250 West Beaver Creek Rd Richmond Hill ON

8-445 Admiral Blvd Mississauga ON L5T 2N1 (905) 564-1956 Fax: (905) 564-1205 Contact: Greg Jackson, President

AIR LIQUIDE CANADA INC.

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

1700-1250 boui Rene-Levesque O Montreal QC

Contaot: John Kosch, President

Contact: Alex Keen, President/CEO

USA

AMKO SYSTEMS INC. L4B 107

HOB 5E6 AGO CONTAINER SYSTEMS

794 McKay Rd Pickering ON L1W 2Y4 (905) 683-8222 Fax: (905) 683-2969

(514) 933-0303 Fax: (514) 846-7700 Contaot: Carole Aubry, Administrative Assistant AIRSEP CORPORATION - COMMERCIAL

ACORUS RESTORATION

ANALYTICAL MEASUREMENTS

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

PRODUCTS DIVISION

722 6th Concession Rd RR 1 Waisingham ON

260 Creekside Dr Buffalo NY 14228-2075 USA

ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY INC.

NOE 1X0

(800)320-0303,(716)691 -1255 Fax:(716)691 -1255 Contact: James Klein, Jr., Regional Sales Manager,

6 Iron Bridge Dr Coliegevilie PA 19426 USA (610) 917-0991 Fax: (610) 917-0992 Contact: John Bosweii, National Sales Manager

(519) 586-2603 Fax: (519) 586-2447 Contact: Paul Morris, Owner

North America

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers

Suppliers ANNUAL REVIEWS

4139 El Camino Way Box 10139 Palo Alto CA

(204) 753-5270 Fax: (204) 753-2082 Contact: Jeff Simpson, President

(403) 255-7377 Fax: (403) 255-3129 Contact: Nicola Currie, Project Coordinator

94303-0139 USA

(650)843-6634 Fax: (650) 424-0910

ARCHER TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT INC.

BAKER TANKS

346 Cranbrooke Ave Toronto ON M5M 1N3

3020 Oid Ranch Pky Suite 220 Seal Beach

(416) 781-0135 Fax: (416) 781-9560

CA 90740 USA

Contact: David Archer, President

(800) BAKER-12 Fax: (562) 430-6412 Contact: Amber Reimers, Sales and Event

Anox Kaidnes ANOX KALDNES, INC. 58 Weybosset St Suite 400 Providence Ri 02903

ARIZONA INSTRUMENT

Marketing Coordinator

1912 West 4th St Tempe AZ 85281 USA (602) 470-1414 Fax: (480) 804-0656 Contact: Rick Ervin, Sales Manager

BAYCOR FIBRE TECH

ARMOUR VALVE LTD.

126 Miiner Ave Scarborough ON MIS 3R2 (416) 299-0780 Fax: (416) 299-0394 Contact: Mary Grandy, Executive Assistant

USA

(401) 270-3898 Fax:(401) 270-3908 E-mail: usa@anoxkaidnes.com

Web site: www.anoxkaidnes.com

BEAR TANKS, LTD. PC Box 35614 Canton OH 44735 USA

(330) 683-9966 Fax: (330) 683-9964 Contact: Michael Skinner, Manager

mal conditions for the bacteria culture when sus

ARMTEC

pended in water, industrial or municipal use.

15 Campbell Rd PC Box 3000 Gueiph ON N1H 6P2 (519) 822-0210 Fax: (519) 822-1160 E-mail: saies@armtec.com Web site: www.armtec.com

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ANTHRAFILTER MEDIA & COAL LTD.

20 Sharp Rd Brantford ON N3T 5L8 (519) 751-1080 Fax:(519) 751-0617 E-mail: swiidey@anthrafiiter.net

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

Web site: www.anthrafiiter.net

ITEM RENTALS ASHTEAD TECHNOLOGY RENTALS

AOUABLAST CORP.

77 Orchard Rd Ajax ON L1S 6K9 (905) 619-3009 Fax: (905) 619-3638 E-mail: john@aquabiast.ca Web site: www.aquablast.ca

Contact: John Eecioo, President/General Manager Cleaning reactors, silos, heat exchangers, sewers, drains, tanks, process piping, equipment, buildings, floors using high pressure waterjet to 40K. 'Cold cutting' steel tanks and piping, 3D self-rotating cleaning head and teieboom for safe tank cleaning, turbo vacuum pumping for liquids, sludges and dry products. Dry ice blasting, 'NuFio' system for trenchless pipe, drains, and sewer repair. AQUAPOINT, INC.

18-3505 Laird Rd Mississauga ON L5L 5Y7 (905) 607-9639 Fax: (905) 607-8592 E-mail: rentaiscanada@ashtead-technology.com Web site: www.ashtead-technoiogy.com Contact: Peter Ayache, Operations Manager Ashtead Technology Rentals specializes in renting portable instruments for environmental and industri al hygiene applications, including PiDs, FiDs, gas

(905) 339-1540 Fax: (905) 339-0016 Contact: Brent Beamer, Sales/Transport Coordinator BENSON CHEMICALS LTD. 1012 Cone 11 W Freeiton ON LOR 1K0

(905) 659-3351 Fax:(905) 659-1689 Contact: Aiaina Wilkins, inside Sales BESTOBELL AQUATRONIX 241 Norseman St Toronto ON M8Z 2R5

BIO-MICROBICS, INC. 8450 Cole Parkway Shawnee KS 66227 USA (913) 422-0707 Fax: (913) 422-0808 Contact: Brody Borland, Marketing Manager BIOTECH SOLUTIONS INC. 8097 rue Nicolet Brossard QC J4Y 2S6

(514) 792-0954 Fax: (450) 678-6026 Contact: Dennis C. Owens, Vice President

Operations BIOTHERMICA TECHNOLOGIES INC. 426 Sherbrooke St E Montreal QC H2L 1J6

detectors, OEM and ambient air monitors, noise

(514) 488-3881 Fax: (514) 488-3125 Contact: Guy Drouin, President

dosimeters, dust and aerosol monitors, water qual ity instruments. Ashtead also rents equipment for nondestructive testing, including video scopes/ probes, hardness and thickness meters, and many others. Ail instruments meticulously maintained, most ship overnight anywhere in Canada. Bilingual staff. Complete library of product specifications available on-line at the company's web site.

PO Box 47 Miiigrove ON LOR 1V0 (905) 689-4713 Fax: (905) 689-7402 Contact: Harry Rodzoniak, President

ATLAS DEWATERING AND PUMPING 111 Ortona Crt Concord ON L4K 3M3

Contact: Ann Marie Cambiin

B.N.W. VALVE MANUFACTURING LIMITED

BOSCH SECURITY SYSTEMS

130 Perinton Parkway Fairport NY 14450 USA (585) 223-4060 Fax: (585) 223-5784

(905) 669-6825 Fax: (905) 669-4036 BRISTOL BABCOCK

241 Duchaine Bivd New Bedford MA 02745 USA

(508) 998-7577 Fax: (508) 998-7177 Contact: Ray Culium, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing

BENNETT ENVIRONMENTAL INC. 208-1540 Cornwall Rd Oakviile ON L6J 7W5

(416) 231-9216

Contact: Steve Wiidey, General Manager Suppliers of premium quality filter media since 1976. Anthracite filter media filter sands and gravels, gar net, ilmenite, activated carbon and manganese greensand. Our filter media meet or exceed AWWA specifications. Anthrafilter will remove and install fil ter media at your plant.

CORP.

BAYSAVER TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 1302 Rising Ridge Rd Mount Airy MD 21771 USA (301) 829-6470 Fax: (301) 829-3747 Contact: Eric Fisher, Vice President Sales

Contact: Jill Bibby, Marketing Manager The AnoxKaidnes MBBR/IFAS is a biological wastewater treatment process based on the fixed film principle. The core of the system is the polyethylene carrier element. The elements provide a large pro tected surface area for the biofiim to grow and opti

nthrafilter FILTER MEDI^

D-576 Elgin St Brantford ON N3S 7X2 (519) 751-7787 Fax: (519) 751-7712

AURORA PUMP

800 Airport Rd North Aurora IE 60542 USA (630) 859-7000 Fax:(630) 859-7060 Contact: Michael Shabei, Marketing Manager

6338 Viscount Rd Mississauga ON L4V 1H3 (905) 362-0880 Fax: (905) 362-0882 Contact: Tom Langstaff, Area Sales Manager BW TECHNOLOGIES

AQUATECH CANADIAN WATER SERVICES INC.

2840 2 Ave SE Calgary AB T2A 7X9 (403) 248-9226 Fax: (403) 273-3708 Contact: Richard Cote, inside Sales Manager

968 Mayfair Cres Kingston ON K7M 586 (613) 634-7449 Fax: (613) 634-0486 Contact: Bill Spencer, Business Development Manager

1131 Derry Rd E Mississauga ON L5T 1P3 (905) 564-4700 Fax: (905) 564-6776 Contact: Peter Seto, Sales Engineer

AQUA TECHNICAL SALES INC. 200-124 MacNab St S Hamilton ON L8P 303

AWA INSTRUMENTS INC. B202-1410 Taschereau Bivd La Prairie QC J5R 4E8

350 Woolwich St 8 Box 188 Bresiau ON

(905) 528-3807 Fax: (905) 528-3428 Contact: Brian Gage, President

(450) 659-4567 Fax: (450) 659-4567 Contact: Dr. Jacques Bourbonnais, President

(519) 648-3611 Fax: (519) 648-3505

AQUATIC LIFE

AWI(ANTHRATECH WESTERN INC.) 4450-46 Ave SE Calgary AB T2B 3N7

AVENSYS INC.

03 ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED NOB 1 MO

C&M ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC. 24 Aberdeen Ave Pinawa MB ROE 1LO

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


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers CAES - CAREER ADVANCEMENT EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

CHEMLINE

200-522 Burlington Ave Burlington ON L7S 1R8 (905) 681-8240 Fax:(905) 639-4601

Plastics Limited Youe Pipeline to Quality Valves Piping, Flow Meters and Controls

Contact: Jim Gilctirist, President INSTRUMENTS LTD. CALGON CARBON CORPORATION

PC Box 717 Pittsburgti PA 15230 USA (800) 422-7266 Fax: (412) 787-6713 Contact: Greg Leininger, Teams Centre Manager CAMBRIDGE MATERIALS TESTING LIMITED

13-6991 Millcreek Dr Mississauga ON L5N 6B9 (905) 812-3856 Fax: (905) 812-3866

CANADA UNLIMITED INC.

CHEMLINE PLASTICS LIMITED 55 Guardsman Rd Thornhiii ON L3T 6L2

CAN-AM INSTRUMENTS LTD.

2851 Brighton Rd Oakviiie ON L6H 6C9 (905) 829-0030 Fax: (905) 829-4701 E-maii: support@can-am.net

(905) 889-7890 Fax: (905) 889-8553 E-maii: info@chemiine.com Web site: www.chemiine.com

Web site: www.can-am.net

Chemiine stocks manual and actuated valves,

Contact: Mark Reeves, President

strainers, flow meters and controls all made of cor

Supplier of wastewater samplers, flow monitoring equipment, oil/water separators and monitors;

rosion resistant solid thermoplastics; PP and PVDF pipe, fittings 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 treat ment plants, landfills, etc.

sales, rentals, service.

205-2842 Bloor St W Toronto ON M8X 1B1

(416) 237-9939 Fax: (416) 237-9920 Contact: Brigitte Mertens, President CANADIAN BROWNFIELDS NETWORK (CBN) 201A-2070 Fladwen Rd Mississauga ON L5K 209

(905) 822-4133 Fax: (905) 822-3558 Contact: Wayne Coutintio, Program Manager CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL

HEALTH AND SAFETY (CCOHS) 135 Flunter St E Hamilton ON L8N 1M5

(905) 572-2981 Fax: (905) 572-2206 Contact: Susan Andreyctiuk, Marketing Officer CANADIAN GENERAL STANDARDS BOARD B3-11 rue Laurier Gatineau 00 K1A 0S5

CANCOPPAS LIMITED

CHEMPOSITE INC.

2-2595 Dunwin Dr Mississauga ON L5L 3N9 (905) 569-6246 Fax: (905) 569-6244 E-maii: controis@cancoppas.com Web site: vnvw.cancoppas.com Contact: Dean Rudd, Manager Business Development Marketing, sales and service of process control and environmental instrumentation throughout Canada. Specializing in technologies for flow, level, pressure, temperature and on-line analysis for water and wastewater processes. By focusing on products that employ leading edge and unique technologies, Cancoppas is able to provide solutions to problems.

7903 Webster Rd Delta BO V4G 1E4

(604) 946-7688 Fax:(604) 946-7038 Contact: Samuel Lam, President CHLORINATORS INCORPORATED 1044 BE Dixie Cutoff Rd Stuart FL 34994-3436 USA

(772) 288-4854 Fax: (772) 287-3238 CLAESSEN PUMPS LIMITED 2249 Bowman St Innisfii ON L9S 3V5

(705) 431 -8585 Fax: (705) 431 -2772 Contact: Paul Tanti, Vice President Sales

(819) 956-4033 Fax: (819) 956-5644 CATERPILLAR INC.

PO Box 610, AC 6110 Mossviiie IL 61552-0610

CLA-VAL CANADA 4867 Christie Dr Beamsvilie ON LOR 1B4

(905) 563-4963 Fax: (905) 563-4040 Contact: Fred Horton, General Manager

USA

(800) 321 -7332 Contact: Charles Timmes

CLEAN GAS SYSTEMS, INC. C.D. NOVA-TECH INC. 3-2800 14th Ave Markham ON LOR 0E4

856-4 Johnson Ave Ronkonkoma NY 11779 USA

(631) 467-1600 Fax: (631) 467-1688

(905) 940-8338 Fax:(905) 940-6659 Contact: Ashot Karapetyan, Technical Sales

Contact: Anil M. Shah, President

CDS TECHNOLOGIES

4090 Teller Rd Corunna ON NON 1G0

Web site: www.cecoourses.on.ca

16360 Monterey Rd Suite 250 Morgan Hill CA

Contact: David Durant, President

95037 USA

(519) 864-1021 Fax: (519) 864-3914 Contact: Frank Hiokiing, Director of Operations

Training for municipal and industrial water and wastewater personnel on disinfection, chiorination (gas and fiypo), cfiloramination, fiydrogen suiptiide safety and WHMiS.

(888) 535-7559 Fax: (408) 782-0721

CANADIAN ORTECH ENVIRONMENTAL

(888) 893-9640 Fax:(201) 967-8450

2395 Speakman Dr Mississauga ON L5K 1B3 (905) 822-4120 Fax: (905) 855-0406

Contact: Steven Adelman, Vice President Sales and

CANADIAN ENVIRO-COURSES LTD.

PO Box 67 Stn Main Braoebridge ON P1L 1T5 (705) 645-9570 Fax: (705) 645-9570 E-mail: cdnenvro@muskoka.com

CLEAN HARBORS CANADA, INC.

Contact: Wait Stein, Vice President

CEA INSTRUMENTS, INC. 16 Chestnut St Emerson NJ 07630 USA

Marketing

ClearTech CLEARTECH

Canadian Safety Equipment Inc.

M

CANADIAN SAFETY EQUIPMENT INC.

114-2465 Cavrthra Rd Mississauga ON L5A 3P2 (800) 265-0182, (905) 949-2741 Fax: (905) 2721866

E-maii: ross@cdnsafety.com Web site: www.cdnsafety.com Contact: Ross Humphry, Manager Canadian Safety Equipment specializes in confined space entry products and lone worker protection. Our product lines include breathing apparatus, communication, fail protection, gas detection, hazmat and decon equipment.

CANADIAN WATER AND WASTEWATER ASSOCIATION

(CWWA)

CEM SPECIALTIES INC. 1100 Dearness Dr London ON N6E 1N9

7480 Bath Rd Mississauga ON L4T 1L2 (800) 387-7503 Fax: (888) 281-8109

(519) 681-9595 Fax: (519) 681-8799 Contact: Brad King, National Sales Manager

E-maii: orders@oieartech.ca Web site: www.cleartech.ca

CETCO

1500 W Shure Dr Arlington Heights IL 60004 USA (847) 392-5800 Fax: (847) 577-5566 Contact: Don Carine, Asst Marketing Manager

Contact: Don Biggs Cieartech is a full service supplier of HACH instru mentation for on line process, laboratory and field use. We supply chlorine, sodium hypochiorite, acti vated carbon, chemical feed systems and much more. Please contact us for more information.

CHALLENGE ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.

CLEMMER LS DIV CLEMMER STEELCRAFT

700 Research Center Blvd Suite 222 Fayetteviiie AR

TECH INC.

72701 USA

446 Albert St Box 130 Waterloo ON N2J 4A1

(479) 927-1008 Fax: (479) 927-2672 Contact: Bill Moore, Director of Marketing

(800) 265-8840 Fax: (519) 884-6623 Contact: D. Scheifiey

CHARLES TENNANT & COMPANY

CMD INSURANCE SERVICES INC.

34 Ciayson Rd Weston ON L9L 1P8 (416) 741-9264 Fax: (416) 741-6642 Contaot: Kyle Einhorn, Corporate Team Leader

215-1945 Dundas St E Mississauga ON L4X 2T8 (905) 624-4866 Fax: (905) 624-8238

CHEMLINE, INC.

COMPREVAC INC.

5151 Natural Bridge Ave St. Louis MO 63115-1504

1585 Sediescomb Dr Mississauga ON L4X 1M4 (905) 624-4096 Fax:(905) 624-4099 Contact: Margit P. Schwarz, Vice President, Marketing

20-5330 Canotek Rd Ottawa ON K1J 903

USA

(613) 747-0524 Fax: (613) 747-0523

(314) 664-2230 Fax: (314) 664-1355

Contact: T. Duncan Ellison, Executive Director

Contact: John Pantanella, President

Contact: Richard Dresher, Vice President

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers

Comstock An EMCOR Company COMSTOCK CANADA LTD.

3455 Landmark Rd Burlington ON L7M 1T4 (905) 335-3333 Fax: (905) 335-0304 E-mail: elogie@comstockcanada.com Contact: Ed Logle Comstock Canada Ltd. has been providing general contractor, multi-trade and design/build construc tion sen/Ices to the Canadian water and wastewater

sectors for almost 1 GO years. Located In most major centers across Canada, Comstock will provide the solution to your needs.

o CON CAST PIPE

(905) 457-6223 Fax: (905) 457-2650 Contact: Stuart K. Savllle, National Sales Manager

^Cretex Specialty Products CRETEX SPECIALTY PRODUCTS 2002 S West Ave Waukesha Wl 53189 USA

(800) 345-3764, (262) 542-8153 Fax: (262) 5428153

Web site: www.demesa.ca

pany, established in 2001 and operates In both offi cial languages. Our services include sales, service, and training. Our goal Is to become the trusted source In the environmental and Industrial Industries

for portable Instruments and fixed systems. Demesa Is your Instrument specialist.

CRUCIAL, INC.

(504) 347-9292 Fax: (504) 347-8900 Contact: Wally Landry, President CUMMINS POWER RENT

1400 73rd Ave NE Minneapolis MN 55432 USA (623) 572-4940 Fax: (623) 572-4975 Contact: Deb Flyden, Media Director

Denso DENSC NORTH AMERICA INC. 12-90 Ironside Cres Toronto ON M1X 1M3

(416) 291-3435 Fax: (416) 291-0898 E-mail: sales@densona.com

Web site: www.densona.com DAGEX INC.

21 Parkes Dr Ajax ON L1S 4W4 (905) 427-2666 Fax: (905) 427-6366 Contact: Monlque D. Bates, Executive Director DAKINS ENGINEERING GROUP LTD.

1-4161 Sladevlew Cres MIsslssauga ON L5L 5R3 (905) 814-6024 Fax: (905) 814-6029 Contact: Karen Cellucci, Area Sales Manager DALIMAR INSTRUMENTS INC

193 Joseph-Carrier Vaudreuil-Dorion QC J7V 5V5 (450) 424-0033 Fax: (450) 424-0030 Contact: Daniel Larose, General Manager

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

DANATEC EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LTD.

CONTECH - PCB CONTAINMENT

201-11450 29 St SE Calgary AB T2Z 3V5 (800) 465-3366, (403) 232-6950 Fax: (403) 232-

TECHNOLOGY (KITCHENER)INC. 75 Wanless Crt Ayr ON NOB 1E0 (519) 740-1333 Fax: (519) 740-2320 Contact: Jason Killoran, Sales Representative

4473 E-mall: tbarreca@demesa.ca

Contact: Tony Barreca, Instrument Specialist Demesa Is a Canadian owned and operated com

299 Brock Rd S RR 3 Guelph CN N1H 6H9 (800) 668-PIPE (7473) Fax:(519) 763-1982 E-mail: sales@concastplpe.com Web site: www.concastplpe.oom Contact: Derek Guberney, Vice President, Sales & Marketing With the latest technology, complete dedication to service, and the most extensive product line in Ontario's precast Industry, Con Cast Pipe has a unique position in the marketplace. Con Cast Pipe continues to push precast technology with two manufacturing facilities and five distribution centres across Ontario, delivering Innovation with fast serv ice and competitive prices. Visit web site for Infor mation on ecoTechnIc environmental spill protection products - ecoSep, ecoStop and ecoStorm.

CONSOLIDATED GIROUX ENVIRONMENT INC. 11 Reld St Box 2043 Charlo NB E8E 2W8

L5N 3E7

(866) 333-6372, (905) 286-9749 Fax: (905) 286-

Web site: www.cretexseals.com

Contact: Jim Fuhrmann, General Manager Cretex chimney seals, which seal the frame chimney area of both existing and newly constructed man holes, reduce surcharging/bypassing and lower pumping and treatment costs in a sanitary sewer system. In storm sewer systems, Cretex chimney seals provide protection from Infiltration of surround ing soil which In turn can undermine pavements.

PO Box 840111 New Orieans LA 70184-0111 USA

(519)312-3737

Instrument Specialists DEMESA,INC. 15-6400 Mlllcreek Dr Suite 362 MIsslssauga ON

E-mail: jfuhrmann@cretexseals.com

CON CAST PIPE

CONCEPT CONTROLS INC. 12 Lennox Ores Kitchener ON N2N 2H4

Demesa,Inc

Contact: Blair Slessor, Regional Sales Manager Denso - the global leader In corrosion prevention

for over 117 years. Denso offers the highest qual ity most economical, long-term corrosion protec tion for ali above and belowground metal sur faces. The Denso petrolatum tape system con sists of Denso paste as an Initial corrosion inhibitor, Denso mastic fillers to eliminate localized corrosion cells, Denso petrolatum tape as the long-term corrosion barrier. The Denso system requires only minimum surface preparation. Is

ready for Immediate service after application, VOC free, environmentally responsible and mainte nance free.

DERRICK

6952

Contact: Alina Phillbert, Business Development

Davis Controls-

CORPORATION DERRICK CORPORATION 590 Duke Rd Buffalo NY 14225 USA

CONVAULT, INC.

2200 Bristol CIr Oakvllle ON L6I-I 5R3

4109 E Zeering Rd Denair CA 95316 USA

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

(209) 632-7571 Fax: (209) 632-4711 Contact: David Flarrls, Vice President Marketing

E-mail: info@davlscontrols.com

(716) 683-9010 Fax: (716) 683-4991 E-mail: lnfo@derrickcorp.com Web site: www.derrlckcorp.com Contact: Paul Brodzik, Sales Applications Engineer The Derrick Solids Extractor effectively removes paper and fiber, hair, plastic material, food and veg etable matter, grit and similar materials. The solids extractor has proven effective in screening primary

Web site: www.daviscontrols.com

settling tank wastewater, digester sludge, pulp and

Contact: Barbara Smith, Executive Assistant Since 1933, Davis Controls continues to hold a

Derrick Is considered the world leader In fine

CONTROLOTRON

155 Plant Ave Flauppauge NY 11788 USA (631) 231-3600 Fax: (631) 231-3334 Contact: Gina Zervakos, Marketing Associate

DAVIS CONTROLS LTD.

CORM CONSTRUCTION SEWER & WATERMAIN LTD.

165 Artesian Industrial Pky Box 1090 Bradford ON L3Z 2B5

(905) 775-2761 Fax: (905) 775-9459 Contact: Stephen Mitchell, President CORRUGATED STEEL PIPE INSTITUTE

2A-652 Bishop St N Cambridge ON N3FI 4V6 (866) 295-2416 Fax: (519) 650-8081 Contact: Dave Penny, Marketing Manager COVER-ALL BUILDING SYSTEMS 3815 Wanuskewin Rd Saskatoon SK S7P 1A4

leading position In the Instruments and oontrols markets. Level, flow, pressure, temperature, dis solved oxygen meters, programmable controllers, operator Interfaces, frequency drives, gas and fire detection. Environmental controls for every phase of water supply and wastewater treatment from abstraction to purification. DEAN PUMP DIVISION

Met-Pro Corp 6040 Guion Rd Indianapolis IN 46254 USA (317) 293-2930 Fax:(317) 297-7028 Contact: Kevin Bittle, Manager Creative Services

(800) 268-3768 Fax: (306) 664-7979

paper Whitewater, and similar waste streams. screening solutions. DEVCON

30 Endlcott St Danvers MA 01923 USA

(800) 933-8266 Fax: (978) 774-0516 Contact: David BonglornI, Market Development Manager DEVINE & ASSOCIATES LTD. 275 Steelcase Rd East Markham ON L3R 1G3

(905) 479-2130 Fax: (905) 479-9870 Contact: Peter Sucharda, Sales Engineer DIRECTRIK INC.

DEB CANADA

CRANE PUMPS & SYSTEMS CANADA

PO Box 730 Waterford ON NOE 1Y0

83 West Dr Brampton ON L6T 2J6

(519) 443-8697 Fax:(519) 443-5160

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16-6790 Davand Dr MIsslssauga ON L5T 2G5 (905) 565-9606 Fax: (905) 565-1358 Contact: Sam Directo, General Manager


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers DITCH WITCH

1959 W Fir Perry OK 73077 USA

(SdO) 654-6481 Fax: (580) 572-3523 DIVERSE PLASTIC TANKS INC.

14-3105 Unity Dr Mississauga ON L5L 4L2 (905) 607-5189 Fax: (905) 607-9835 Contact: Dave Davidson, Manager

ECKEL ^

engineered pump systems ltd.

ENGINEERED PUMP SYSTEMS

NDISE CDNTRDL TECHNOLOGIES

ECKEL INDUSTRIES OF CANADA LIMITED

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

1635 Industrial Ave Port Coquitiam BC V3C 6M9 (604) 552-7900 Fax: (604) 552-7901 E-maii: epsi@teius.net Contact: Earl Masse, President

DORR-OLIVER EIMCO 174 West St 8 Orillia ON L3V 6L4

E-maii: eckei@eckei.ca Web site: www.eckei.oa

(705) 325-6181 Fax: (705) 325-2347 Contact: Donna Morano, Group Manager,

Contact: Blake Noon, Vice President/General Manager Noise control products and services including Eckoustic functional panels (EFPs) to control reverberation and noise in large acoustically hard rooms such as pumping, diesel, water and sewage treatment plants. Acoustic enclosures for compressors and pumps. Acoustic barriers to confine noise around chillers and air conditioning

Engineered Pump Systems Ltd. specializes in the supply of water and wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal products. Submersible pumps, solids grinders, access hatches, valves and controls to name a few. Equipment can be supplied in complete factory built packages or as components for on-site installation. Engineered Pump Systems has built a reputation as a trusted supplier of knowledge and quality products backed up with over two decades of satisfied cus

compressors.

tomer service.

Environmental Division DOSMATIC U.S.A.

1230 Crowiey Gir Garroiiton TX 75006 USA (972) 245-9765 Fax: (972) 245-9000 Contact: Dick McKee, industrial Sales Manager DOUGLAS BARWICK

150 California Ave Brookviiie ON K6V 5W1

ECODYNE LIMITED

(613) 342-8471 Fax: (613) 342-4432 Contact: 0. McEvoy, Sales Manager

4475 Corporate Dr Burlington ON L6L 5T9 (905) 332-1404 Fax: (905) 332-6726 Contact: Paul Kitchen, General Sales Manager

ENVKOCAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT

# EQUIPMENT COMPANY LTD.

DRAEGER CANADA LTD.

7555 Danbro Ores Mississauga ON L5N 6P9 (905) 821-8988 Fax: (905) 821-2565 Contact: Lynn Sctiarfe, Marketing Assistant D-TEC CORPORATION 11523 SO 60tti Omatia NE 68133 USA

ENVIROCAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT

ECOLO ODOR CONTROL SYSTEMS

EQUIPMENT CO. LTD.

WORLDWIDE 59 Penn Dr Toronto ON M9L 2A6

(416) 740-3900 Fax: (416) 740-3800 Contact: Ian Howard, Executive Vice President

(402) 331-6333 Fax: (402) 331-2813 Contact: Deborati Budin, President DUALL DIVISION

Met-Pro Corp

EGOLOSITE INC.

tion, fine and coarse bubble aeration, surface aera

2524 London Line Sarnia ON N7T 7H8

tors, air compressors, grinders, fine screens, cen trifuges, sludge dewatering, tertiary filtration, SBR systems, FRP covers, baffle curtains, and septage receiving stations.

(519) 542-4628 Fax: (519) 542-9629 Contact: Mark Rombough, General Manager

1550 industrial Dr Owosso Mi 48867 USA

(989) 725-8184 Fax: (989) 725-8188 Contact: Kevin Bittie, Manager Creative Services

26 McCauiey Dr Boiton ON L7E 5R8 (905) 880-2418 Fax: (905)880-2327 E-maii: envirocan@sympatico.ca Contact: Chef Karpowioz, President Wastewater treatment equipment including jet aera

ELEMENTAL CONTROLS LIMITED

3230 Wharton Way Mississauga ON L4X 201 (905) 282-9974 Fax: (905) 282-9519

ENVIRONMENT 21

8713 Read Rd Box 55 East Pembroke NY 14056 USA

DURPRO

(585) 762-8216 Fax: (585) 762-8315

255 Montcaim Bivd N Candiac QC J5R 3L6

ELSTER METERING

(800)850-5035,(450)659-7781, Fax:(450)659-0805 E-maii: durpro@durpro.oom Web site: www.durpro.com Contact: S. Durepos, V.R Marketing OzoPro''"" ozone generators, dissolved air flotation

101-1100 Walkers Line Burlington ON L7N 2G3 (905) 634-4895 Fax: (905) 634-6705 Contact: Gord Moffatt, Product Manager

Dur-fiote^", reverse osmosis, uitrafiitration, carbon

filters, demineraiizers, Fiitomat/Amiad self-cleaning filters, Geosonios filter cartridges, softeners, dealkyiizers, NSF drinking water systems, media (carbon, resins).

EMERSON PROCESS MANAGEMENT ENVIRO VAULT LTD.

Rosemount Analytical Liquid Division 2400 Barranca Pky Irvine CA 92606 USA (800) 854-8257 Fax: (949) 863-9159

1220-540 5 Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 0M2 (403) 263-4433 Fax: (403) 263-4431 Contact: John A. Jochmann, Sales & Marketing Rep

Contact: Bonnie Brown

DYNAMIC PLASTIC SOLUTIONS INC.

EMRP INC.

17-850 Legion Rd Burlington ON L7S 1T5 (905) 335-5555 Fax: (905) 333-9335 Contact: Steven M. Stiiiiingford, President

179-245 King George Rd Brentford ON NOR 7N7 (519) 751-3405 Fax: (519) 751-3443

0EarthTech A Tyco International Ltd. Company EARTH TECH CANADA (SWAN HILLS TREATMENT CENTRE)

ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS

286 Mask Island Dr Barrys Bay ON KOJ 1 BO (613) 756-0101 Fax: (613) 756-0909 Contact: Nigel Newing, Manager

Endress+Hauser

^

People for Process Automation ENDRESS -f HAUSER

1075 Sutton Dr Burlington ON L7L 5Z8 (905) 681-9292 Fax:(905 )681-9444

PC Box 1500 Swan Hills AB TOG 2C0

E-maii:info@ca.endress.oom Web site: www.ca.endress.com

(780) 333-4197 Fax: (780) 333-4196

Contact: Jean Rivers, Manager Marketing Services

E-maii: info@shtc.ca Web site: www.shtc.oa

wide manufacturer of instrumentation for the water

Established in 1953, Endress + Hauser is a world

Contact: Ken Fossey, Director Sales & Marketing The Swan Hills Treatment Centre is a fully integrated hazardous waste treatment facility. Since its incep tion in 1987, it has played a principal role in treating hazardous wastes from across Canada including PCBs and other hazardous waste compounds. As a fully integrated waste treatment facility, it is capable of achieving complete treatment of ail wastes with the exception of pathological, explosive and

and wastewater and process industries, including flow, level, pressure, analysis, temperature and recorders. Our analysis line includes chlorine, pH, turbidity and dissolved oxygen measurement sys tems as well as ammonia, nitrate and phosphate analyzers and sludge level detection.

radioactive wastes.

(608) 562-5900 Fax: (608) 562-5909

env ENV TREATMENT SYSTEMS INC.

70 High St Toronto ON M8Y 3N9 (416) 503-7639 Fax: (416) 503-8925 E-maii: envinc@interiog.com Oontact: Edward M. Pikovnik, Sales Manager Aeration (AiRE-02 aspirating, RAMOO sub merged turbine, STAMFORD fine bubble); ASHBROOK dewatering presses; continuous sandfiiters; SBRs; package plants; BiOWAY biofiiters; BRACKETT water screens: CARTER plunger pumps; CDS stormwater CSO; CENTRiSYS cen trifuges; ciarifiers (VIKING/ALLIED LOCKE rectanguiar/Hi-TECH circular); CRETEX manhole seals; EPIC screwpumps; FUJI ozonation sys tems; KOCH membrane plants; MABAREX grit removal; PJ HANNAH RBCs; ROBERTS under-

drains/sand filters; ULTRA-FLOTE geodesic dome covers; UNiSORB GAG odour control;

ENGINEERED FIBERGLASS COMPOSITES

WARMINSTER flumes; WTP EQUIPMENT bar

301 Bickford St New Lisbon Wi 53950 USA

screens, compactors, conveyors, and screen ings leveling bins.

Contact: Bill Johnson, Vice President E.R.E. INC.

ECHELON RESPONSE & TRAINING INC.

4-10 Kenmore Ave Stoney Creek ON L8E 5N1 (905) 643-8861 Fax: (905) 643-3106 Contact: Matt Hodgson, Business Manager

ENVIRONMENT CANADA

8529 rue Lafrenaie Montreal 00 HIP 2B3

4905 Dufferin St Downsview ON M3H 5T4

(514) 326-8852 Fax: (514) 326-8961 Contact: Angeio Diadeifo, President

(416) 739-5867 Fax: (416) 739-4405

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Suppliers

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^FAJ FABRICATID PIASTICS UMITEO FABRICATED PLASTICS LIMITED

2175 Teston Rd Maple ON L6A 1T3 (905) 832-8161 Fax: (905) 832-2111 E-mail: lnfo@fabricatedplastics.com Web site: www.fabrlcatedplastlcs.com (905) 832-8161 Fax: (905) 832-2111 Contact: Greg Landry, Vice President Sales We custom design, engineer and fabricate chemical and pollution control equipment in reinforced plas tics (frp), thermoplastics and dual laminate armoured thermoplastics for the chemical process ing and pollution control Industries. Products include: pipe, tanks, vessels, scrubbers, mist elimi nators, columns, hoods, stacks, launders, cooling towers and ducting. FIELDING CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.

3575 Mavis Rd Misslssauga ON L5C 1T7 (905) 279-5122 Fax:(905) 279-4130 Contact: Karen Kucharew, Technical Services FILAMAT COMPOSITES

880 Rangevlew Rd Misslssauga ON L5E 1G9 (905) 891-3993 Fax: (905) 891-3514 Contact: Helder Botelho, General Manager

Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers FLEX-KLEEN DIVISION

FREEDOM PLASTICS

Met-Pro Corp

PO Box 1488 Janesvllle Wl 53547 USA

955 West Hawthorn Dr Itasca IL 60143 USA

(800) 356-9432 Fax: (608) 754-7583 Contact: Gary Woife, Market Manager

(630) 775-0707 Fax: (630) 875-3212 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Manager Creative Services

FYBROC DIVISION

FLOMOTION SYSTEMS, INC. 586 N French Rd No. 6 Buffalo NY 14228 USA

(800) 909-3569 Fax:(716) 691-1253 Contact: Bill Perkins, President

GATOR CANADA

204-26730 56th Ave Langley BC V4W 3X5 (866) 444-9048 Fax: (604) 857-9049

FLUIDYNE FLUIDYNE CORPORATION

GEMITE PRODUCTS INC.

1787 Drew Rd Misslssauga ON L5S 1J5 (905) 672-2020 Fax: (905) 672-6780 Contact: Igor MIkolajev, President

(319) 266-9967 Fax: (319) 277-6034 E-mail: fluldyne@cfu.net Web site: www.fluldynecorp.com Contact: Erick Mandt

Fluldyne's ISAM™ (Integrated Surge-Anoxic Mix) wastewater treatment system produces the highest quality water, meeting the strictest effluent stan dards while minimizing sludge production (65% less than conventional plants). See what Canadian municipalities and industries, Including Chapman's Ice Cream, Bacardi, McCain's Food and Suncor

have already discovered.

FT D

i

744 Gordon Baker Rd Toronto ON M2H 3B4

(416) 490-7848 Fax: (416) 490-0974 E-mail: inqulrles@filterinnovations.com Web site: www.fllterlnnovations.com

Contact: John Dragasevlch, President Filter Innovations manufactures and distributes the

following systems and products: Innovative tech nologies: ultraflltratlon, membrane bloreactors, coalescers, odour control solutions, Biosor (aero bic biofiltratlon technology), and sophisticated control systems. Other products: adsorption media, activated carbon, back flushing filters, bag/cartridge filters, self Indexing filter, non-chem ical water treatment systems and turnkey water

^ FlUORESCENUAMPRECyCLEIIS (l FLUgRESCEHT LAMP RECVCLEAS (FLR| nCHNOUQIES INC.

FLUORESCENT LAMP RECYCLERS(FLR) TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Contact: Dan Power, Account Manager FLR in partnership with ConTech - RGB Containment Technology Inc. operates a state of the art treatment facility for lamp waste, PCB mate rials, mercury waste and a transfer station for other hazardous waste. Our services Include the provision of collection containers and the transportation of waste materials for treatment.

Environmental Group Inc.

USA

LOS 1J0

(905) 688-0962 Fax: (905) 688-6643 Contact: Dan Feasby, President

©

Fisher Scientific

FISHER SCIENTIFIC CANADA 112 Colonnade Rd Ottawa ON K2E 7L6

(800) 234-7437 Fax: (800) 463-2996 E-mall: bthompson@flshersci.oa Web site: www.fisherscl.ca

Contact: Bob Thompson, Director of Business Devel opment

Fisher Scientific Is a leading provider of scentlfic Instruments, equipment, consumables, chemicals and safety products. We provide more than 350,000 scientific and occupational health and safety products to enable all scientific pursuits, Including water/waste laboratories and other envi ronmental testing laboratories and facilities across Canada.

8047 Jarry St E Montreal QC HI J 1H6 (514) 354-2511 Fax: (514) 354-6948 E-mail: lnfo@geneq.com Web site: www.geneq.com Contact: Rene Parlse, VP Sales & Marketing 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 sampling Instruments, gas detectors, air samplers, and a complete line of lab equipment.

'General.

E-mail: dan@flr.ca

FILTERSENSE

FIRING INDUSTRIES LTD.

GENEQ INC.

Web site: www.flr.ca

800 Cummlngs Center 357W Beverly MA 01915

301-509 Glendale Ave E Niagara on the Lake ON

■^GENEQinc.

75 Wanless Crt Ayr ON NOB 1EO (519) 740-3334 Fax:(519) 740-2320

treatment systems.

(978) 927-4304 Fax: (978) 927-4329 Contact: Gail Morris, Sales & Customer Support

Contact: Ron Van Luven, President

2816 West First St Cedar Falls lA 50613 USA

FILTER INNOVATIONS INC.

FILTER INNOVATIONS

Met-Pro Corp 700 Emien Way Telford PA 18969 USA (215) 723-8155 Fax: (215) 723-2197 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Manager Creative Services

Chemieal

GENERAL CHEMICAL PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS LTD.

1100-201 City Centre Dr MIssissauga ON L5B 3A3 (905) 566-3852 Fax: (905) 566-3854 E-mail: mhousel@genchemcorp.com Web site: www.genchemcorp.com Contact: Michael Housel, General Manager General Chemical Is a leading Inorganic coagulant supplier to the water and wastewater treatment Industries offering a full line of NSF approved prod ucts including alum, ferric sulfate, PACI, and spe cialty blends that are backed by superior technical

FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP INC.

support.

5360 South Service Rd Burlington ON L7L 5L1 (905) 690-7638 Fax:(905) 690-7639

GEONICS LIMITED

Contact: Robert Freeman, President

Focus Environmental Group Inc. provides clientele with professional, full service environmental con tracting services to suit site-specific project needs, including: waste management (soil, C&D, liquid) tank removal and disposal, TSSA Ontario licenced, TSSA PM1, PM2, PM3 certified personnel: soil/groundwafer remediation expertise; slte/plantfacllity decommissioning: environmental restoration.

8-1745 Meyerslde Dr Misslssauga ON L5T 106 (905) 670-9580 Fax: (905) 670-9204 Contact: Mike Catalano, Technical Sales Rep GESCAN

1-6725 Mlllcreek Dr Misslssauga ON L5N 5V3 (905) 858-3227 Fax: (905) 858-3959 GORMAN-RUPP OF CANADA LIMITED 70 Burwel! Rd St Thomas ON N5P 3R7

FOLIO INSTRUMENTS INC.

A-277 Manitou Dr Kitchener ON N2C 1L4

(519) 631-2870 Fax: (519) 631-4624 Contact: Alex McCoubrey

(519) 748-4612 Fax: (519) 748-1535 Contact: Gord Howes, President

m

FORESTRY SUPPLIERS, INC. PO Box 8397 Jackson MS 39284-8397 USA

Greatario Engineered Storage Systems

(800) 360-7788 Fax:(800) 543-4203 Contact: Clay Walker, Marketing

GREATARIO ENGINEERED STORAGE

FRANKLIN MILLER INC.

715647 County Road No 4 Box 399 Innerkip ON

60 Okner Parkway Livingston New Jersey 07039

NOJ 1 MO

USA

(519) 469-8169 Fax: (519) 469-8157 E-mall: sales@greatarloengsys.com Web site: www.greatarlo.com

SYSTEMS LTD.

(973) 535-9200 Fax: (973) 535-6269 Contact: Sondra Somer, Marketing Manager

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers Contact: Scott Burn, Vice President Operations Greatario provides complete storage and mixing systems for potable and wastewater applications. Aquastore tanks from Engineered Storage Products, Inc., JetMix vortex mixing systems for botfi new and existing biosolids and digester tanks, Temcor flat and geodesic aluminum covers for new and existing steel or concrete tanks.

HALOGEN VALVE SYSTEMS INC.

E-mail: RMcKeown@Hoskin.ca

17961 Sky Park Circle Suite A Irvine CA 92614 USA (949) 261-5033 Fax: (949) 261-5033

Contact: Rod McKeown

Contact: Tom Kincaid, President HAMILTON TANKS

2200 Refugee Rd Columbus OH 43207 USA (800) 627-8265 Fax: (614) 445-7248 Contact: Randy Smith, Sales

GREENOAKS COMMUNICATIONS

84 Oak Ave Ricfimond Hill ON L4G 6R7

HANNA INSTRUMENTS

(905) 889-1987 Fax:(905) 889-1987 Contact: Vic Wilensky, President

3156 Industrial Blvd Laval 00 H7L 4P7

(800) 842-6629 Fax:(450 )629-3335 Contact: France Gauvreau, Sales Manager

GREENTEC

5665 McLaughlin Rd Mississauga ON L5R 3K5 (905) 712-2280 Fax: (905) 712-2265

HANSON PIPE AND PRODUCTS CANADA INC.

HUBER TECHNOLOGY,INC. 9805 North Cross Center Crt Suite H Huntersvllle NC 28078 USA

(704) 949-1010 Fax:(704) 949-1020

RR 2 Stn Gait Cambridge ON N1R 5S3 (519) 622-7574 Fax: (519) 621-8233

GREYLINE INSTRUMENTS INC.

Contact: Leo Steffler, Vice President Sales &

16456 Sixsmith Dr Long Sault ON KOC IPO (888) 473-9546, (613) 938-8956 Fax: (613) 938-

Marketing

4857

HARKEL OFFICE FURNITURE LTD.

Contact: Ernest Higginson, Sales

1743 Credltstone Rd Vaughan ON L4K 5X7 (905) 417-5335 Fax: (905) 417-4202

47 HydraLogic SYSTEMS INC.

HYDRALOGIC SYSTEMS INC.

210 Saunders Rd Barrie ON L4N 9A2

(705) 735-9535 Fax: (705) 735-9540 E-mail: lnfo@hydralogio.ca Web site: www.hydralogic.ca

Contact: Phil Golland

CRUN

HARNOIS INDUSTRIES INC.

GRUNDFOS CANADA

1044 rue Principale Saint-Thomas 00 JOK 3L0 (888) 427-6647 Fax: (450) 756-8389 Contact: Roger Chaput, Product Manager

2941 Brighton Rd Oakville ON L6H 609 (905) 829-9533 Fax: (905) 829-9512 E-mail: alelarge@grundfos.com \A/eb site: www.grundfos.com

Hoskin Scientific sells sampling and monitoring instruments for the environmental, agricultural, min ing, oil & gas, and forestry markets. We have a com plete range of instruments for: water quality, water level, water flow and velocity, groundwater sam pling, limnology and oceanography, soil and plant science sampling and testing, weather stations, data loggers including the miniature low-cost HOBO Loggers.

Contact: Parker Robinson, Vice President Sales

Hydralogic is an ISO 9001:2000 certified manufactur er of innovative environmental technologies for the solid waste and wastewater industry. Product lines

HAROLD MARCUS LTD.

include: BioStreme^"- micronutrlent based bio-stim-

15124 Longwoods Rd Bothwell ON NOP 1C0 (519) 695-3734 Fax: (519) 695-2249 Contact: John Scott, Sales and Marketing Manager

tural, environmental and commercial/Industrial

HAYWARD GORDON LTD.

ulants that accelerate and optimize biological treat ment systems and provide effective point-source odour elimination. AirStreme"^" - automated misting systems and odour neutralizers for effective perime ter and area specific odour control applications.

applications with 55 companies In 38 countries, employing over 11,000 employees internationally. Offering a complete range of products, Grundfos can meet your pumping needs. Reliable and easyto-service pumps reduce costly downtime. One of the highest efficiencies in the industry ensures lower lifetime operating costs. Providing optimum cus tomer support by building the pumping systems of

6660 Campobello Rd Mississauga ON L5N 2L9 (905) 567-6116 Fax: (905) 567-1706 Contact: Brent McConomy, Product Manager

22732 Granite Way No. A Laguna Hills CA 92653

HAZMASTERS

(949) 455-0765 Fax: (949) 455-0764

1,2-1915 Clements Rd Pickering ON L1W 3V1 (905) 427-0220 Fax: (905) 427-9901 Contact: Jan Beattie, Sales/Marketing

Contact: Ollle Breen, Vice President & Senior

HERON INSTRUMENTS INC.

250-762 Upper James St Hamilton ON L9C 3A2 (905) 777-8678 Fax: (905) 777-8678 Contact: George S. Pastoric, President

Contact: Frank Care

Grundfos Pumps Corporation is a worldwide manu facturer of centrifugal pumps for residential, agricul

USA

EQUIPMENT INC. H2FL0W EQUIPMENT INC. 7-470 North Rivermede Rd Concord ON L4K 3R8

Engineer HYDRO-LOGIC ENVIRONMENTAL

tomorrow.

WlOUl

HYDROCAL INC.

2031 James St Burlington ON L7R 1H2 (905) 634-4449 Fax: (905) 634-9657 HETEK SOLUTIONS INC.

2085 Piper Lane London ON N5V 3S5 (888) 432-8422,(519)659-1144 Fax:(519)453-2182 Contact: Wayne Hennigar, Director/CEO

ICR WATER TECHNOLOGIES INC. 3-200 Memorial Ave Suite 101 Orillia ON L3V 5X6

(705) 329-4274 Fax: (705) 325-1913 Contact: B.V. House, General Manager

(905) 660-9775 Fax:(905) 660-9744 E-maii: info@h2flow.com

H. FONTAINE LTD.

Web site: www.h2flow.com

1295 Sherbrooke St Magog OC J1X 2T2 (819) 843-3068 Fax: (819) 843-1006 Contact: Michael Lawrence, Sales Manager

IDEAL PIPE

HIGHLAND TANK

1196 Sunningdale Rd W London ON N6G 5B6 (800) 265-7098, (519) 473-2669 Fax: (519) 641-

Contact: Michael Albanese, P.Eng. Water-wastewater treatment equipment for industri al and municipal applications: screens, conveyors, grit removal, olarlflers, blowers, SBRs, aerators, KALDNES bioreactors, sludge presses, thickeners, digesters, tertiary treatment, package plants, TRO JAN UV disinfection, drinking water filters, underdralns, DAFs. Glass-fused tanks and aluminum cov ers, CSO treatment, BIOREM odour control blofilters, oil/water separators. H20 LOGICS INC. 205-47 Athabascan Ave Shenwood Park AB T8A 4H3

(780) 417-9935 Fax:(780) 665-7314 Contact: Randalle Wong, Owner

One Highland Rd Stoystown PA 15563-0338 USA (814) 893-5701 Fax: (814) 893-6126 Contact: Steve Mapes, Advertising Manager HOFFMAN

2100 Hoffman Way Anoka MN 55303 USA (763) 421-2240 Fax: (763) 422-2178 HOMELAND SECURITY TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION 103-30 Leek Ores Richmond Hill ON L4B 4N4

(905) 764-3701 Fax: (905) 764-3680 Contact: Alice Man, Marketing Manager

PIPE

2524

E-mail: sales@ldealpipe.ca Web site: www.ldealpipe.ca Contact: Randy Clarke, President Ideal Pipe is a leading manufacturer of high density polyethylene (HOPE) pipe, providing a complete range of products for agricultural, municipal roads, highways, residential and recreational construction, storms and sanitary sewer systems. Ideal Pipe offers

CSA-compliant CHALLENGER® 3000 gasketed smoothwall pipe, CHALLENGER® 2000 culvert and drainage pipe, CHALLENGER® 1000 subdrain and WAVETEX^" protective conduit. For ideal results above ground, it's Ideal Pipe underground.

HOSKIN IMTECH CANADA INC. 1 -8 Hiscott St St Catharines ON L2R 1C6

ni

(905) 641-2323 Fax: (905) 641-3601 Contact: John S. Brinkman, President

HACH COMPANY PC Box 389 Loveland CO 80539 USA

n

INDACHEM INC.

(970) 669-3050 Fax:(970) 461-3939 Contact: Mike Bryant, Sales & Marketing Manager,

HOSKIN SCIENTIFIC LTD.

3-1040 Martin Grove Rd Etoblcoke ON M9W 4W4

239 East 6th Ave Vancouver BC VST 1J7

Canada

(604) 872-7894 Fax: (604) 872-0281

(416) 743-3751 Fax:(416) 743-2038 Contact: Brian Allen, Manager

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION

IPF

J-TEC ASSOCIATES. INC.

197-14845-6 Yonge St Aurora ON L4G 6H8 (905) 727-5595 Fax: (905) 727-1594

2188 Bloomfleld Dr Oakville ON L6M 3X7

5005 Blairs Forest Lane NE Suite L Cedar Rapids lA

(905) 847-4691 Fax: (905) 827-5722 Contact: John Crompton, Owner/President

INFICON INC.

Flygt

Two Technology PI East Syracuse NY 13057 USA (315) 434-1100 Fax: (315) 437-3803 Contact: Kathy Sloan, Market Communications Specialist

7001

Contact: Market Development INSITU CONTRACTORS INC.

150 Stevenson St S Guelph ON N1E 5N7 (519) 763-0700 Fax: (519) 763-6684 Contact: Flarry Oussoren, President INTELEX TECHNOLOGIES INC.

305-145 Front St E Toronto ON M5A 1E3

(416) 599-6009 Fax: (416) 599-6867 Contact: Jason Nicolaldis, Product Marketing Specialist INTERNATIONAL PUMP TECHNOLOGY, INC. 580 Gartshore St Fergus ON N1M 3E2 (519) 843-4232 Fax: (519) 843-6476 Contact: Peter Follett, Manager Industrial Division

JURASSIC ACTIVATED CARBON INC.

ITT Industries ITT FLYGT

KAESER COMPRESSORS INC.

300 Labrosse Ave Polnte-Claire QC FI9R 4V5

3760 rue La Verendrye Boisbrland QC J7H 1R5 (450) 971-1414 Fax: (450) 971-1415

(514) 695-0100 Fax:(514) 697-0602 E-mali: Raymond.Slmond@ltt.com Web site: www.lttflygt.ca Contact: Raymond SImond, Communications Manager A large amount of our planet's water is transported by pumps and systems supplied by ITT Flygt. We are the leading supplier of products and services for liquid handling. Flygt's new division Flygt Dewatering specializes in submersible and engine driven pumps, rentals and turn-key dewatering solutions to municipalities. Industry, construction and mines.

KENGRO CORPORATION PO Box 432 Charleston MS 38921 USA

(662) 647-2456 Fax: (662) 647-2468 KENTAIN PRODUCTS LTD.

55 Howard PI Kitchener ON N2K 2Z4

(519) 576-0994 Fax: (519) 576-0919 Contact: Glen LIppert, President KEYSTONE FILTER DIVISION

Met-Pro Corp ITW DEVCON FUTURA COATINGS 1685 Gait Industrial Blvd St. Louis MO 63132-1021 USA

2385 North Penn Rd Hatfleld PA 19440 USA

(215) 822-1963 Fax: (215) 997-1839 Contact: Kevin BIttle, Manager Creative Services

(314) 733-1110 Fax: (314) 733-1164 Contact: Jeff Stewart, Business Manager

mmKINETICO^

IVEY INTERNATIONAL INC.

IWS

405-2347 Kennedy Rd Scarborough ON MIT 3T8 (416) 297-8876 Fax: (416) 297-9976 Contact: Rodger Lu, President

NV

INFILTRATOR SYSTEMS INC.

6 Business Park Rd Old Saybrook CT 06475 USA (800) 221-4436, (860) 577-7032 Fax: (860) 577-

52402 USA

(319) 393-5200 Fax: (319) 393-5211 Contact: Kathy Zobeck, Marketing Director

PO Box 706 Stn A Campbell River BC VOW 6J3 (800) 246-2744, (250) 923-6326 Fax: (250) 923-

R^ventin^/S/Stet

0718

Contact: George A. Ivey, President

KINETICO CANADA INCORPORATED 16524 Hurontarlo St Caledon ON LON 1O0

JNE CHEMICALS

(519) 927-9500

INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD.

176 Shaw St Hamilton ON L8L 3P7

E-mail: dfrench@klnetlco.com

342 Bayvlew Dr Box 310 Barrle ON L4M 4T5 (705) 733-0111 Fax: (705) 721-0138

(905) 529-5122 Fax: (905) 529-1974 Contact: Lucy Casacia, Specialty Chemicals

E-mall: lws@iws,ca Web site: www.lws.ca

Ruid Handling Solutions''

Contact: John A. Ftarris, President

SPRAYING PUMPING FILTERING

Complete groundwater engineering and hydrogeologlc services. Large diameter high capacity well design, construction and testing. Services include: groundwater resource evaluations and wellhead protection studies; hydrogeologic mapping, flow modelling and capture zone analysis; geophysical logging and borehole video inspection; pump sales and service; well maintenance and reconstruction, and water treatment services. INTERPROVINCIAL CORROSION CONTROL COMPANY LIMITED

930 Sheldon Crt Burlington ON L7L 5K6 (905) 634-7751 Fax: (905) 333-4313 Contact: Jamie A. Fleming, Executive Assistant

All from one

JOHN BROOKS COMPANY LIMITED Offices located across Canada

(877) 624-5757 Fax: (877) 624-5759 E-mail: lnfo@johnbrooks.ca Web site: www.fluldhandllngsolutlons.com Contact: Richard Jacobs, Project Coordinator John Brooks Company Limited has been providing the Canadian Environmental Protection Industry with engineered products and/or systems since 1938. Our products include: Gorman-Rupp Packaged Sewage Lift Stations, Packaged Water Booster Stations, and Sewage & Sludge Pumps. Environment One Residential Grinder Pump Stations, Patterson Water & Wastewater Pumps and Disoflo Sludge Pumps.

Web site: www.klnetlco.com

Contact: Derek French, Munlcipai Water Systems Kinetico Incorporated has 32 years experience providing water treatment solutions nationwide. We specialize in drinking water and process treatment Including central treatment plants, polnt-of-entry and point-of-use treatment sys tems. Municipal, industrial, and residential treat ment divisions; filter upgrades, specialty contam inant removal, heavy metals, arsenic, uranium, and more. KING METAL FABRICATORS LTD.

219 Waverley Rd Dartmouth NS B2X 203 (902) 434-7110 Fax: (902) 434-9478 Contact: Paul Williams, Operations Manager KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT INNOVATIONS

211 East Lombart St Suite 190 Baltimore MD 21202 USA

(416) 410-4817 Fax: (240) 218-5540

INTERRA ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

3509 62 Ave BE Calgary AB T2C 1P5 (403) 236-4901 Contact: Barry Lesiuk, Dangerous Goods Incident Control

IPEX

2441 Royal Windsor Dr MIssissauga ON L5J 4C7 (866) 473-9462,(905) 403-0264 Fax: (905) 403-1124 E-mail: marketing@lpexinc.com Web site: www.ipexinc.com IPEX offers the world's most extensive range of ther moplastic piping systems for the municipal, electri cal, Industrial, mechanical, plumbing and radiant heating markets. With state-of-the-art manufactur ing facilities across North America, the IPEX name is synonymous with quality and performance.

KOMLINE-SANDERSON

John Meunier Inc. JOHN MEUNIER INC.

2-150 Pony Dr Newmarket ON L3Y 7B6 (905) 868-9683 Fax: (905) 868-9870 E-mail: Ontario@johnmeunier.com Web site: www.lohnmeunler.com Contact: David Oliphant, Regional Sales Manager John Meunier Inc. manufactures specialized equip ment and processes for water and wastewater treat ment, Including the CSO, and acts as a global solu tion supplier for municipal and industrial water treat ment. Efficient and economical solutions that ade

quately meet our clients' needs require implementa tion of rigorous procedures. Highly qualified special ists perform precise diagnoses to determine the most suitable design conditions, equipment selec tion and fabrication best suited to clients' needs. JOHN WILEY & SONS CANADA LTD. 6045 Freemont Blvd MIssissaua ON L5R 4J3

(416) 646-4583 Fax: (416) 236-4448

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12 Holland Ave Peapack NJ 07977 USA (908) 234-1000 Fax: (908) 234-9487 Contact: Jim Louden, Vice President

KRAEMER TOOL & MFG. CO. LTD.

75 Devon Dr Brampton ON LOT 5A4 (800) 443-6443, (905) 458-0400 Fax: (905) 458E-mall: pk@kraemertool.com Web site: www.kraemertool.com

Contact: R Kraemer, Vice President

We design, manufacture and install dust collec tion systems for wood, paper, metals, plastics, foodstuffs, etc. We make cyclones, pulse jet units, cartridge units and down draft tables plus portable units.


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers

Kseb. KSB PUMPS INC.

5885 Kennedy Rd Mississauga ON L4Z 2G3 (905) 568-9200 Fax: (905) 568-3740 E-mail: tsansom@ksbcanada.com Web site: www.ksb.ca

Contact: Tim Sansom, Sales Manager Water and wastewater pumps, submersible, dry, centrifugal, vertical, progressive cavity, vertical tur bine. Submersible mixers from 200-2500 mm.

Subsidiary of KSB AG Germany. Global network of manufacturing, supply, and service.

E-mail: bfraser@layfieldgroup.com Web site: vmvw.geomembranes.com Contacts: Brian Eraser, Director of Marketing, Edmonton (780) 451-7248; Mark Simpson, Regional Manager, Toronto (905) 761-9123 Layfield is a vertically Integrated, ISC 9002 certified company which manufactures, fabricates and installs a wide range of geomembranes, floating cover systems, baffle curtains and floating silt cur tains. Cur geosynthetic products are designed for a number of water and waste water management applications including fluid containment, odor con trol, evaporation control and water treatment appli cations. Layfield is a leading North American geosynthetic company with operations In Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, San Jose and San Diego. Please visit our website for further

KURZ INSTRUMENTS INC.

LEMNA TECHNOLOGIES

2445 Park Ave Minneapolis MN 55404 USA (612) 253-2000 Fax: (612) 253-2003 Director

LADEN STEEL FABRICATORS INC.

LAMOTTE

L/VNDMARK TANK & TOWER SERVICES

(519) 442-2086 Fax: (519) 442-7242 Contact: Laurie Lotimer, Managing Director MABAREX

2021 Halpern St Saint-Laurent QC H4S 1S3 (514) 334-6721 Fax: (514) 332-1775 Contact: Francois Seguin, VP Sales

MAKE-WAY ENVIRONMENTAL

LEVITT-SAFETY LTD.

PC Box 1869 Exeter CN NOM 1S7

2872 Bristol Cir Cakvllle CN L6H 5T5

(800) 625-3929, (519) 235-1176 Fax: (519) 235-

(905) 829-3299 Fax: (905) 829-2919 Contact: Michael Douglas, Instrumentation Specialist

0570

L.E. WASHINGTON SALES LTD.

2851 Brighton Rd Cakville CN L6H 6C9 (905) 829-4111 Fax: (905) 829-2366 Contact: Larry Washington, President I

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PC Box 329 Chestertown MD 21620 USA

(410) 778-3100 Fax:(410) 778-6394 Contact: T. Seecfiuk, Market Manager

LOTOWATER TECHNICAL SERVICES INC. 92 Scott Ave Box 451 Paris CN N3L 2N2

TECHNOLOGIES INC.

4012 60 Ave Box 6239 Innisfall AB T4G 1S9

(403) 227-5400 Fax:(403) 227-4073 Contact: Madeline Cook, Sales Support

Contact: Peter Lorimer, President

Contact: Mandy McMahon, Assistant Marketing

LABCOR INC.

Contact: Matteo Zonta, National Sales

(705) 733-3342 Fax:(705) 733-3352

information.

2411 Garden Rd Monterey OA 93940 USA (831) 646-5911 Fax: (831) 646-8901 Contaot: Alain W. Ambrus, Marketing

7565 av M-B Jodoin Anjou QC FI1J 2Fig (514) 363-5900 Fax: (514) 355-7119

LORADAY ENVIRONMENTAL

2-40 Bell Farm Rd Barrie CN L4M 5G6

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LEXISNEXIS CANADA INC.

MANNING ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

75 Clegg Rd Markham CN L6G 1A1 (905) 415-5811 Fax: (905) 479-2826

1968 S Austin Ave Suite 101 Georgetown TX 78626 USA

(512) 863-9337 Fax: (512) 863-4472 Contact: L. Kolbert, Sales Manager

LANDMARK TANK & TOWER SERVICES

3091 Harrison Crt Burlington CN L7R 3X4

(905) 719-8872 Fax: (905) 319-1373 Email: mknul@cogeco.ca

MAPLE LEAF ENVIRONMENTAL EQUIPMENT LTD.

Web site: www.tankandtower.oom

1325 California Ave Brockville CN K6V 5Y6

Contaot: Michael Knul, Marketing With over 25 years of elevated water tower design and construction experience. Landmark Tank & Tower Sen/ices leads the industry with full service elevated water storage solutions. We specialize in tank mixing systems, tank and tower inspections, safety installations and upgrades, fully engineered

(613) 498-1876 Fax: (613) 345-7633 Contact: B. Lounsbury, President

modifications, and demolition. Let us address these concerns with our versatile maintenance contracts. LANDSAGA BIOGEOGRAPHICAL

4455 Huron Rd New Hamburg CN N3A 3C6 (519) 662-9754 Fax: (519) 662-4349 Contact: Cheryl Hendrlckson, Principal LASER DIAGNOSTIC INSTRUMENTS INTERNATIONAL INC. 1-146 Colonnade Rd S Cttawa CN K2E 7Y1

LINEMAN'S TESTING LABORATORIES OF CANADA LIMITED 41 Rivalda Rd Toronto CN M9M 2M4

MARKLAND SPECIALTY ENGINEERING LTD.

(416) 742-6911 Fax: (416) 748-0290 E-mail: gph@ltl.on.ca

48 Shaft Rd Toronto ON M9W 4M2

(416) 244-4980 Fax: (416) 244-2287 Contact: Scott Langstaff, General Manager

Web site: www.ltl.on.ca

Contact: Greg Hamilton, National Sales & Marketing Manager Specializing in the industrial and utility markets since 1958, Lineman's Testing Laboratories offers a range of produots and services including high quality sin gle and multi-gas detection systems for personal and fixed applications, hydration systems, Insulated protective equipment/rubber gloves, electrical metering, substation construction and mainte nance, and personal protective equipment testing. LIQUID WASTE TECHNOLOGY, LLC

Contact: Raul Parusk, CEC

422 Main St Box 250 Somerset Wl 54025 USA

0243

Contact: Customer Support Group MECHTRONIX SYSTEMS INC.

6875 Cote-de-Liesse Saint-Laurent OC H4T 1E5

Contact: Francois Tremblay, Sales Coordinator

(715) 247-5464 Fax:(715 ) 247-3934

MEFIAG DIVISION

Contact: Donald Mueller, Sales Manager

Met-Pro Corp PC Box 144 Harleysville PA 19438 USA (215) 721-6030 Fax: (215) 723-6758 Contact: Kevin Bittle, Manager Creative Services

1 -1040 Martin Grove Rd Toronto CN MOW 4W4

(416) 740-2597 Fax: (416) 740-7470 Contact: Shelly, Administration

USA

(800) 368-2723, (301) 874-5599 Fax: (240) 358-

(514) 342-0800 Fax: (514) 342-0701

(613) 723-7474 Fax: (613) 723-2086

LATIMAT, INC.

MARSH MCBIRNEY, INC.

4539 Metropolitan Crt Frederick MD 21704-9452

LIQUIPLUS SOLUTIONS 102-805 Wilson Ave North York ON M3K 1E4

(416) 781-3381 Fax: (416) 781-6332 MEGATOR CORPORATION

ce LAYFIELD

LITTLE BEAVER INC.

PC Box 840 Livingston TX 77351 USA (936) 327-3121 Fax: (936) 327-4025 Contact: Mike Hale, Sales Manager

562 Alpha Dr Pittsburgh PA 15238 USA (412) 963-9200 Fax: (412) 963-9214 Contact: Greg Kasper, General Manager MEGTEC SYSTEMS

LAYFIELD GEOSYNTHETICS AND INDUSTRIAL FABRICS LTD.

LOGIBALL INC.

11603 180 St NW Edmonton AB T5S 2H6

440 Papin St Salnte-Foy OC G1P 3T9 (800) 246-5988 Fax: (418) 653-5746

830 Prosper Rd De Pere Wl 54115 USA (920) 336-5715 Fax: (920) 339-2793 Contact: Mary VanVonderen, Marketing Services

Contact: Marc A. Anctll, President

Coordinator

ether locations: Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver (800) 840-2884

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MEMCOR

(847) 482-8655 Fax: (847) 482-8654 Contact: Bob Langie, General Manager

M.LeBlanc & Associates

MEMCOR

441 Main St Sturbridge MA 01566 USA (508) 347-7344 Fax: (508) 347-7049 E-mail: iottB@U8Fiiter.com

Web site: www.usfiiter.com

Contact: Stratton Trageliis, Vice President Over 40% of membrane piants Instailed woridwide use a Memcor system to purify municipal water and wastewater. Piants range in size from 20 gpm to over 80 MGD installed in over 40 countries. For

small treatment piants, Memcor offers pre-engineered microfiitration and membrane bioreactor

systems. Ttiese compact, robust systems are com plete factory assembled treatment systems that contain many of the operational features of the most advanced municipal piants. METALFAB, INC. 11 Prices Switch Rd Box 9 Vernon NJ 07462 USA

(973) 764-2000 Fax: (973) 764-0272 Contact: Dan Fiiggins, Director Sales & Marketing METAL SYSTEMS, INC. 1919 Polymer Dr Chattanooga TN 37421 USA (800) 445-8791 Fax: (423) 894-9337 Contact: Ben Petty, Sales

M. LEBLANC & ASSOCIATES 310-33 Eimhurst Ave Wiiiowdaie ON M2N 6G8

E-maii: miebianc@on.aibn.com

NET SAFETY MONITORING INC.

Contact: Maurice L. LeBianc, Owner

2711 39 Ave NE Calgary AB T1Y 4T8 (403) 219-0688 Fax: (403) 219-0694 Contact: Basha Kozioi, Marketing Assistant

Municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment equipment and systems; rotary drum WAS thickeners; ciarifiers; thickeners, sanrt filters; D.E. filters; MF and UF membrane filters; MBR

membrane bioreactor systems; filter presses; oil/water separators. Representing; Parkson Corporation, Mercer international, J. Mark Systems inc., Dynatec Systems inc., and Separmatioâ&#x201E;¢ Fluid Systems. MODUTANK INC.

41-04 35th Ave Long island City NY 11101 USA (718) 392-1112 Fax: (718) 786-1008 Contact: Reed Margoiis, President MONARCH INSTRUMENT

MET-PRO CORP

Systems Division PC Box 325 Kuipsviiie PA 19443 USA (215) 631-9500 Fax: (215) 631-1801 Contact: Kevin Bittie, Manager Creative Services

(603) 883-3390 Fax: (603) 886-3300 Contact: Martin Morrissey, Sales Manager

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(905) 849-0794 Fax:(905) 849-3797 Contact: Allan Hakaia, Operations Manager

NIJUIS WATER TECHNOLOGY INC. 42-588 Edward Ave Richmond Hill ON L4C 9Y6

(905) 787-9292 Fax: (905) 787-9595 NORTH AMERICAN GREEN

14649 Highway 41 W Evansviiie IN 47725 USA (800) 772-2040 Fax: (812) 867-0247 Contact: Lynne Finney, Marketing Manager NORTHWEST PIPE CO.

1050 N State St Mezzanine Suite 7 Chicago IL 60610 USA

(312) 587-3702 Fax: (312) 587-8703 Contact: Tom Baas, Sales Manager NOVA ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS INC.

(905) 853-0164 Fax: (905) 853-8807

270 Sherman Ave N Hamilton ON L8L 6N5

E-maii: info@msfiiter.com

(905)545-2003 Fax: (905) 545-4248

Web site: www.msfiiter.oom

Contact: Michael McCarron, Sales

Contact: Robert Abernethy, President Specializing in water treatment solutions for small systems, the firm has developed and is marketing the MS Filter. This pre-fabricated, multi-stage unit is based on the slow sand filtration process. With preozonation and post chiorination, this process pro vides a triple barrier to pathogens and removes

NOVAFLEX GROUP 1 -20 East Pearce St Richmond Hill ON L4B 1B7

(905) 731-9411 Fax: (905) 731-7086 Contact: Meiinda Donnelly Managing Director

colour, taste and odour.

OIL SKIMMERS INC. 12800 York Rd Cleveland OH 44133 USA

MSU MISSISSAUGA LTD.

(440) 237-4600 Fax: (440) 582-2759 Contact: Kenneth C. Gray, Sales Manager

2222 South Sheridan Way Mississauga ON L5J 2M4

OMEGA ENGINEERING

(905) 823-4340 Fax: (905) 823-4947

One Omega Dr Stamford CT 06907 USA (203) 359-1660 Fax: (203) 359-7700

MUELLER CANADA

8069 Lawson Rd Milton ON L9T 5C4

(905) 878-0541 Fax: (905) 878-3888 Contact: Doug Wiiiey, National Sales Manager

MILLENNIUM CONTROL COMPANY

PC Box 86034 RPO Upper Oakviiie Oakviiie ON

NETZSCH INCORPORATED

119 Pickering Way Exton PA 19341 USA (610) 363-8010 Fax: (610) 363-0971 Contact: John Maguire, Vice President

MS FILTER INC. 47-17665 Leslie St Newmarket ON L3Y 3E3

MICRO-WATT CONTROLS

2711 39 Ave NE Calgary AB T1Y 4T8 (403) 219-0688 Fax: (403) 219-0694 Contact: Basha Kozioi, Marketing Assistant

NETT TECHNOLOGIES INC.

2-6707 Goreway Dr Mississauga ON L4V 1P7 (905) 672-5453 Fax: (905) 672-5949 Contact: John Popik, President

15 Columbia Dr Amherst NH 03031 USA

METCON SALES & ENGINEERING LIMITED 3-15 Connie Cres Concord ON L4K 1L3

tions; arsenic removal.

NEPTUNE TECHNOLOGY GROUP

7275 West Credit Ave Mississauga ON L5N 5M9 (905) 858-4211 Contact; Dariene McNiohoi, Product Manager

(416) 223-7391 Fax: (416) 223-5775

ENGINEERING

(905) 738-2355 Fax: (905) 738-5520 E-maii: metcon@metconeng.com wvw.metconeng.com Contacts: Dave Tidy, Matthew Nicoiak, Darryi Annis Disinfection (Ci2, NaOCi, NH3,S02, Ci02, 03,UV, KMn04); flow meters (magnetic, mass, DP, VA); chemical feed systems (dry, liquid, gas, polymer, lime); scrubbers; odor control; analytical (water & waste); reservoir mixing system; filtration systems; self cleaning strainers; septage management solu

(905) 624-9090 Fax: (905) 624-8020 Contact: David Buchanan, General Manager

NAPIER-REID LIMITED

Ontario

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Concrete Pipe Association The choice of a lifetime

2-10 Aiden Rd Markham ON L3R 2S1

(905) 475-1545 Fax:(905) 475-2021

ONTARIO CONCRETE PIPE ASSOCIATION

Contact: Andrew Mutton

5045 South Service Rd, First Floor Burlington ON

NASCO CANADA

(905) 631-9696 Fax:(905) 631-1905 Web site: www.ocpa.com

L7L 5Y7 MILTON ROY

201 ivyiand Rd ivyiand PA 18974 USA (215) 441-0800 Fax:(215) 441-8620 Contact: Laura Bioch, Marketing Communications Manager MlOX CORPORATION

5500 Midway Park Place NE Albuquerque NM 87109 USA

(505) 343-0090 Fax:(505) 343-0093 Contact: Katie Boiek, Marketing Manager

150 Pony Dr Newmarket ON L3Y 7B6 (905) 898-0031 Fax: (905) 898-0035 Contact: Sebastian Siebei-Achenbach, Catalogue Director

ONTARIO ENVIRONMENT INDUSTRY

NATIONAL PROCESS EQUIPMENT

4850 Keeie St Second Floor Toronto ON M3J 1K1

ASSOCIATION (ONEIA) 5-3401 19 St NE Calgary AB T2E 688 (800) 992-5588 Fax: (403) 291-4919 Contact: David Harvey, VP Sales and Marketing NELSON ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

MIXING SYSTEMS, INC. 7058 Corporate Way Dayton OH 45459 USA (937) 435-7227 Fax: (937) 435-9200 Contact: Prakash Bathija, President

Contact: Paul Smeitzer, Executive Director

101 Dawson Rd Winnipeg MB R2J 0S6 (888) 426-8180, (204) 949-7500 Fax: (204) 237-

(416) 531-7884 Fax: (416) 665-2032 Contact: Shai Spetgang, Manager of Membership Services and Program Development ONTARIO PLASTIC FABRICATION INC.

17-1149 Bellamy Rd Scarborough ON M1H 1H7 (416) 438-4317 Fax: (416) 439-2005

0660

Contact: Martin Hiidebrand, President

ORDAN THERMAL PRODUCTS

9-21 Amber St Markham ON L3R 4Z3 MJK NORTH AMERICA INC. 27 Sherwood Terrace No. 126 Lake Bluff IL 60044 USA

NEC VALVES

6-1020 Brevik Pi Mississauga ON L4W 4N7

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers ORIVAL WATER FILTERS

40 N Van Brunt St Englewood NJ 07631 USA (201) 568-3311 Fax; (201) 568-1916 Contact: R. Schwartz

OSPREY SCIENTIFIC, INC. 18130 105 Ave NW Edmonton AB T5S 2K9

(780) 487-4334 Fax: (780) 483-9110 OZONIA NORTH AMERICA 491 Edward Fl. Ross Dr Elmwood Park NJ 07407 USA

(201) 794-3100 Fax: (201) 794-3358 Contact: Caspar Lesznik, Manager - Standard

(705) 434-9006 Fax: (705) 434-9007 E-maii: info@performancequip.com Web site: www.performancequip.com Contact: George Balcerczyk, Managing Director Pumps and systems, pump packages and systems; pump distributors for progressive cavity, AOD, metering, turbine, centrifugal, split case, including parts and repairs for above.

PHIK«

Products

PHIX™ BY GREEN TURTLE

P&L ORGANICS 101 Promenade Dr Sault Ste Marie ON P6B 5J5

Systems 880 Rangevlew Rd Mississauga ON L5E 1G9 (416) 966-9444 Fax: (416) 966-3439 E-mali: phixinfo@greenturtietech.com Web site: www.greenturtietech.on PHiX Systems by Green Turtle, are non-toxic, costeffective and ensure your pH compiles with gov erning bylaws. Ideal for industrial, commercial and institutional applications, PHIX Systems are adapt able to meet the specifio needs of our clients. To learn more how PHiX can pre grieen. vent fines, ensure safety and save money for your business, visit www.greenturtletech.com or contact Green Turtle Technologies

Next Generation

(705) 542-9223 Fax: (705) 942-9300

PARKSON CORPORATION PARKSON CORPORATION 201-9045 Cote-de-Liesse Rd Dorval QC HOP 2M9

(514) 636-8712 Fax: (514) 636-9718 E-mail: Canada@parkson.com Web site: www.parkson.com Contact: Jean Grenier, Regional Manager

greenturtletech.com.

Parkson manufactures water and wastewater

stormwater management.

PML PROCESS TECHNOLOGY

1601 Shale Oak Mews Mississauga ON L4W 2M1 (905) 206-9514 Fax: (905) 282-9903 Contact: Paul Lawrence, General Manager PNEU-TECH SYSTEMS LIMITED 7-80 Norwich Ave Woodstock ON N4S 8Y6

(519) 537-7199 Fax: (519) 537-2994 Contact: Jake Pedrosa, Sales

Wastewater Neutralization

at 1-877-966-9444 or phixinfo@ .Sij

treatment equipment for municipal or Industrial needs. Including aeration, biological, clarification, conveying, dewatering, dissolved air flotation, fil tration, grit management, oil/water separation, screening, screenings washing/conveying/com pacting, scum skimming, sludge handling, sludge drying, sludge removal, sludge thickening,

PLAST-O-MATIC VALVES, INC. 1384 Pompton Ave Cedar Grove NJ 07009 USA (973) 256-3000 Fax: (973) 256-4745 Contact: Rick Boiger, Marketing Manager

POWER PLANT SUPPLY CO.

124 Wilson St Oakviile ON L6K 3G8

(905) 845-7951 Fax: (905) 845-6695 E-maii: powerpiant@beiinet.ca Contact: Frank Hopkins, President Magnadrive adjustable speed drives provide sim plistic mechanical speed control. Magnadrive rare earth magnetic couplings for 20 to 1000 HP motors eliminate vibration transfer, equipment damage and downtime. PSi link seal wall penetration and floor seals, plastic sleeves, steel and plastic casing spac ers/insulators, flange isolation kits. Scaietron elec tronic load cell platform scales. Cascade axial flow pumps. Craft cast iron and stainless steel sluice and slide gates.

PHOENIX PHOENIX PROCESS EQUIPMENT CO.

ecu-Tab

2402 Watterson Trail Louisville KY 40299 USA

PCB DMSU PCS DISPOSAL INC.

72 Lake Driveway W Ajax ON L1S 3X1 (905) 428-6480 Fax: (905) 428-6481 E-mail: esmith@pcbdisposalinc.com Web site: www.pcbdisposalinc.com Contact: Eric A.H. Smith, President

PCB Disposal is a fuli-sen/ice PCB management and destruction company. Services include turnkey PCB transtormer replacement, disposal of all PCB wastes, sampling and analysis, site decommission ing, oil transformer reclassification, water deconta mination, transportation, site remediation, perchioroethyiene disposal, metals recovery and recy cling from ballasts and transformers and obsolete electrical equipment.

(502) 499-6198 Fax: (502) 499-1079 E-mall: phoenix@dewater.com Web site: www.dewater.com

Contact : John Waugh, Vice President, Marketing PHOENIX Process Equipment Co. Is a leading glob al supplier of systems for the separation, classifica tion, thickening and dewatering of dredged sedi ments and minerals slurries and for dewatering sludge from industrial and municipal wastewater

10221 184 St Edmonton AB T5S 2J4

(780) 481-6076 Fax: (780) 481-9586 Contact: Rick LeBlanc, General Manager

One PPG Place 35th Floor Pittsburgh PA 15272 USA

(412) 434-3692 Fax: (412) 434-3695

treatment systems. PINE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

9-6355 Kennedy Rd Mississauga ON L5T 2L5 (866) 688-0388 Fax: (905) 795-0002 Oontact: Adrian Beaumont, Manager PIPE SPECIALTIES

661 Justus Dr Kingston ON K7M 4H5 (613) 384-2500 Fax: (613) 384-2900 Contact: Gillian McMurray, Sales Administration PITTSBURG TANK & TOWER CO., INC.

PELICAN PRODUCTS CANADA

PPG INDUSTRIES

PO Box 913 Henderson KY 42419-0913 USA

(270) 826-9000 Fax: (270) 827-4417 Contact: Don Johnston, President

mpRxmR PRAXAIR CANADA INC.

1200-1 City Centre Dr Mississauga ON L5B 1M2 (905) 803-1748 Fax: (905) 803-1696 E-mail: info@praxair.com Web site: www.praxair.com Contact: Robert Douglas, Marketing Communica tions Manager Praxair produces, sells and distributes atmos pheric, process and specialty gases. Praxair is also the world's largest supplier of carbon dioxide and a recognized leader in the commercialization of new technologies that bring productivity and environmental benefits to a diverse group of Industries.

PIZER INCORPORATED

PENCON EQUIPMENT COMPANY Fi2-109 Thomas St Oakviile ON L6J 3A7

(905) 845-1727 Fax: (905) 845-1792 Contact: John Penny, President

PERFORMANCE FLUID EQUIPMENT INC. 24-26-169 Dufferin St S Aiiiston ON LOR 1E6

4442 Meridian Ave N Seattle WA 98103 USA

PREMIER TECH ENVIRONMENT

(206) 634-2808 Contact: Cindy Peyser, COO

1 av Premiere Riviere-du-Loup QC GSR 6C1 (418) 867-8883 Fax: (418) 862-6642

PLAD EQUIPMENT LTD.

PRESSURE SYSTEMS, INC.

1380 Matheson Bivd Mississauga ON L4W 4M1 (905) 624-8952 Fax: (905) 624-5543 Contact: Craig Ramage, Manager

34 Research Dr Hampton VA 23666 USA (757) 865-1243 Fax: (757) 865-8744 Contact: Denise Topping

PLASTICS PIPE INSTITUTE

PRISTINE HYDROCHEMICAL INC.

1825 Connecticut Ave NW No. 680 Washington DC

Subsidiary of Met-Pro Corp

20009 USA

PO Box 1385 Wiliiston ND 58801 USA

(202) 462-9607 Fax:(202) 462-9779 Contact: Tanya Rouce, Marketing Manager

(701) 572-6061 Fax: (701) 572-9157 Contact: Kevin Bittle, Manager Creative Services

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pro aqua

PROMINENT FLUID CONTROLS LTD.

490 Southgate Dr Gueiph ON NIG 4P5 (519) 836-5692 Fax: (519) 836-5226

RESTORATION ENVIRONMENTAL

CONTRACTORS OEMOLITION PSI PUMP SYSTEMS INC.

shadrack PRO AQUA + SHADRACK INC.

320-512 King St E Toronto ON MSA 1M1 (416) 861-0237 Fax: (416) 861-9303 E-mail: gcoate@idirect.ca

RESTORATION ENVIRONMENTAL

23184 Fraser Hwy Langiey BC V2Z 2V1 (800) 900-2220 Fax: (604) 534-5522 Contact: John Fahr, Sales Manager

CONTRACTORS REC DEMOLITION

5-10 Stalwart Industrial Dr Box 746 Gormiey ON LOH 1G0

PULSAFEEDER, INC. 2883 Brighton-tHenrietta TL Rd Rochester NY

Web site: www.environmentaihazards.com

(585) 292-8000 Fax: (585) 424-5619

Contact: Don Bremner, Vice President Hazardous materials removal, demolition and indus

Contact: Geoff Coate, Vice President PC Box 799 Shaiimar FL 32579 USA

wastewater treatment. Plant retrofits, mechanical

(850) 609-1777 Fax: (850) 651-4777

refurbishmenfs, and spare parts for ail products are also available. Principals represented are Acrison, Caigon Carbon, Grande, Miox, ML, MRi, Sanitaire, Schwing, USFiiter and Zenon Environmental.

Contact: Robert Harrison, President

PULSAR, INC.

PURIFICS ES INC.

340 Sovereign Rd London ON N6M 1A8 (519) 473-5788 Fax: (519) 473-0934 Contact: Brian Butters, President RACO MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING

Proceptor"

CO.

1400 62nd St Emeryville CA 94608 USA (510) 658-6713 Fax: (510) 658-3153

PROCEPTOR™ BY GREEN TURTLE

Contact: James Brown, Vice President Sales &

Prooeptor^" Separators: Superior Performance Ensures Compliance 880 Rangeview Rd Mississauga ON L5E 1G9 (416) 966-9444 Fax: (416) 966-3439 E-mail: procepforinfo@greenturtietech.com Web site: www.greenturtletech.oom Contact: Paul Chappie, National Sales Manager Preceptor''" by Green Turtle, provides superior oil and grease separation for commercial, institutional and industrial applications. Plumbing code approved, Proceptor separators ensure compli ance, and are easy to install and maintain. To learn more how Proceptor separators can protect plumbing assets, pre vent fines and save money for your business, visit www.greenturtietech.

Marketing

com or contact Green Turtle Tech

nologies at 1 877-966-9444 or proceptorinfo@greenturtietech.com.

PRDCO

0071 E-mail: rec@restorationenvironmentai.com

14623 USA

Pro Aqua + Shadrack inc, is a supplier of a com plete line of market leading products for water and

(800) 894-4924, (905) 888-0066 Fax: (905) 888-

RAE SYSTEMS

1339 Moffett Park Dr Sunnyvale CA 94089 USA (408) 752-0723 Fax: (408) 752-0724 Contact: Amanda Leet, Marketing Analyst

trial plant cleaning. Restoration Environmental Contractors are the experts in industrial and com mercial facility and property decontamination. Removal of asbestos, moid/mould and fungus, lead paint, lead dust and heavy metals, Stachybotrus, toxic moid, PCBs, UFFi, chemicals, pesticides. Plant cleaning, demolition, salvage of equipment, fires and water damages, infection control, Brownfield properties, wet abrasive sandblasting, environmental testing, sun/eys, assessments, audits and consulting, soils, underground storage tanks, bird/bat/rodent feces removai-histopiasmosis. RHOMAR INDUSTRIES, INC.

2107 E Rockhurst Springfield MO 65802 USA (800) 688-6221 Fax: (417) 866-5593 Contact: David Siayden, Customer Service Manager

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^hVlIRO SOLM IMC.

RED VALVE CANADA LTD.

RMS ENVIRO SOLV INC.

1-1785 Frobisher St Sudbury CN P3A 6C8 (705) 560-5477 Fax: (705) 560-0817 Contact: Richard Kuula, General Manager

2-36 Norbett Dr Gormiey ON LOH 1G0 (877) 767-7867 Fax: (877) 329-2767 E-maii: info@rmsenviro.com Website: www.rmsenviro.com

REED MANUFACTURING COMPANY PC Box 1321 Erie PA 16512 USA

(800) 666-3691 Fax: (800) 456-1697 Contact: Mamie Caidweii, Manager, Marketing Sen/ices

REGENESIS

Contacts: Bob Spicer, President: Vic Pontecorvo, General Manager; Jason Bunsfon, Sales Manager; Gary Spicer, Service Manager Rent or purchase Godwin seif-priming centrifugal, crificaiiy-siienced and submersible pumps, hose, piping to 30" from largest rental fleet. Portadam temporary cofferdam and basin rentals. Zero-main tenance sump and transfer pumps. Self-cleaning water filtration and scraper strainers. Ciarifiers and solids dewatering containers. Pre-bid and site con sultation, engineering, site services, 24/7 emer gency mobilization you can trust. Team RMS.

REGENESIS

The Expansion Joint People PROCO PRODUCTS INC.

2431 North Wigwam Dr Stockton CA 95205 USA (209) 943-6088 Fax: (209) 943-0242 E-mail: RobC@ProcoProducts.com

Contact: Robert Coffee, Marketing Manager Proco Products, Inc. has the largest inventory in the industry! With over $1.5 million in available prod ucts, we have what you are looking for. Proco inven tories sizes ranging from 1" to 72" in diameter. Proco also carries a ready inventory of molded PFA and Food Grade expansion Joints. Emergencies happen, and when they do, you can rely on Proco to pull you through. PROECO CORPORATION

1011 Caile Sombra San Ciemente CA 92673 USA

(949) 366-8000 Fax: (949) 366-8090 Web site: www.regenesis.com Contact: Stephanie Dobyns, Technical Marketing Proven on over 10,000 sites, Oxygen Release

Compound (ORC®), CRC-Advanced, Hydrogen Release Compound (HRC®) and Extended Release HRC (HRC-X'") lead the way in remedia tion of contaminated groundwater and soils. Upon direct-injection into groundwater, these products supply microbiai populations with much needed oxygen and hydrogen. These microbes then degrade a range of volatile organic carbons. Also available are Metals Remediation Compound

Contact: Ron MacMiiian, President ROYCE TECHNOLOGIES

13555 Gentiiiy Rd New Orleans LA 70129 USA (504) 254-8888 Fax: (504) 254-8855 Contact: Paula Green, Inside Sales RUDI KOVACKO & ASSOCIATES INC.

A-1197 Fewster Dr Mississauga ON L4W 1A2 (905) 238-0308 Fax: (905) 238-6327 Contact: Rudi Kovacko, President

(MRC®)for treatment of dissolved metals and BioDechlor inoculum"'" for dechiorination of chlorinat ed solvents.

7722 9 St NW Edmonton AB T6P 1L6

(800) 661-5792, (780) 440-1825 Fax: (780) 440-

RENAISSANCE INSTRUMENTS, INC.

2428

2555 North iH-35 Suite 300 Round Rock TX 78664 USA

Contact: Gerry Gerke, VP Business Development & Marketing

ROCKY MOUNTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.

13511 Vulcan Way Richmond BC V6V 1K4 (888) 677-4556 Fax: (604) 241 -0995

(512) 388-9270 Fax: (512) 388-9272 Contact: Raj Natarajan, President

SAFETY EXPRESS LTD.

2-4060B Siadeview Cres Mississauga ON L5L 5Y5 (905) 608-0111 Fax: (905) 608-0091 Contact: Michelle Harris, Marketing Manager SAFETY STORAGE, INC. 2301 Bert Dr Hoilister CA 95023 USA

(800) 344-6539 Fax: (831) 637-7405 Contact: Ken Wiikins, VP Sales

PRO-ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

10134 6th St Suite K Rancho Cucamonga CA

RENOLD CANADA LTD.

SANBEC

91730 USA

121 Roy Bivd Brantford ON N3T 5N4 (800) 265-9970 Fax: (800) 661-6118 Contact: Doug MacDonaid, Sales Manager

58 Saurioi Laval QC H7N 3A8

(909) 989-3010 Fax: (909) 989-3011 Contact: Sam Jacobsson, Sales Manager, Western

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(450) 688-3791 Fax: (450) 688-0418 Contact: Sebastian, Sales Manager


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers

SENSUS METERING SYSTEMS 3600 Deison Dr Navan ON K4B 1K5

Smith & Loveless inc. is a global leader in the design and manufacture of a complete line of pre-engineered water and wastewater treatment and pump ing systems. With sales offices throughout Canada, and numerous installations over 40 years, we fea ture treatment plants, grit removal systems, pump stations and filtration systems.

(800) 461-2837 Fax: (613) 835-9956 Contact: Bob Ethier, Representative

SONIC ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS INC.

SERPENTIX CONVEYOR

2100-1066 West Hastings St Vancouver BC V6E 3X2 (604) 736-2552 Fax: (604) 736-2558

E-mail: sales@sanitechinc.com

9085 Marshall Crt Westminster CO 80031 USA

Contact: Matt Wilson, Vice President Business

Web site: www.wastewater.ca

(303) 430-8427 Fax: (303) 430-7337 Contact: Mark Aiidridge, President

Development

SENECA COLLEGE OF APPLIED ARTS & TECHNOLOGY

1750 Finch Ave E North York ON M2J 2X5

(416) 491-5050 Fax: (416) 494-9178

SANITECH COMMUNAL SYSTEMS INC. 268 Woolwich St 8 Breslau ON NOB 1 MO

(519) 648-2103 Fax: (519) 648-3585

Contact: Scott Robinson, General Manager Sanilech provides turn-key solutions for wastewater treatment and disposal/reuse for residential, commercial, and municipal development in nonsewer areas. We offer a full complement of servic es from design and installation to operation and maintenance.

SONIC SOIL SAMPLING INC. SERVICE FILTRATION OF CANADA LTD.

12-4141 Siadeview Cres Mississauga ON L5T 511 (800) 565-5278,(905) 820-4700 Fax: (905) 820-4015 Contact: Laura Donaldson, Operations Manager

15-16-668 Miiiway Ave Concord ON L4K 3V2 (905) 660-0501 Fax: (905) 660-7143 Contact: Alan Archibald, VP Administration SONITEC INC.

4020 Bois-Franc Saint-Laurent QC H4S 1A7

(514) 335-2200 Fax: (514) 335-2295

SERVICESTAT LTD.

SANITHERM ENGINEERING LIMITED

2675 Rena Rd Mississauga ON L4T 1G6 (905) 678-1384 Fax: (905) 678-1416 SETHCO DIVISION

SANITHERM ENGINEERING LTD.

4-431 Mountain Hwy North Vancouver BO V7J 2L1 (604) 986-9168 Fax: (604) 986-5377 E-mail: saneng@sanitherm.com

Met-Pro Gorp PO Box 12128 Hauppauge NY 11788 USA (631) 435-0530 Fax: (631) 435-0654 Contact: Kevin Bittie, Manager Creative Services

Web site: www.sanitherm.com

SEVERN TRENT SERVICES/HYDRA-STOP

Contact: Richard Smyth, Partner Sanitherm has a worldwide reputation for quality equipment and service over 59 years. With package plants in South Korea, Indonesia, Russia, Peru and throughout North America, we design, build, install and are operating plants in BC and the Northwest Territories. We represent over 20 premier manufac turers from Canada, the USA, Japan and Europe,

PRODUCTS

11700 South Cicero Ave Aisip IL 60803 USA (708) 389-5111 Fax: (708) 389-5125 Contact: Brett Hanes, Vice President

â&#x201A;¬)SDd SPD SALES LTD.

6467 Northam Dr Mississauga ON L4V 1J2 (905) 678-2882 Fax: (905) 293-9774 E-maii: sales@spdsaies.com Web site: www.spdsaies.com Contact: G.A.(Redir) Obaji, National Sales Manager For over two decades, the Summa Product Division

and have over 250 installations in BC.

210 Walker Dr Brampton ON L6T 3W1 (905) 791-1553 Fax: (905) 791-7134 Contact: Graham Simpson, Marketing Manager

SCANTRON

SHELTER WORKS

(SPD) Sales Ltd. TEAM has remained dedicated to the promotion, supply, and support of instrumenta tion and chemical feed products for the process control market. Our highly trained and qualified per sonnel provides full technical application and prod uct support to industries and municipalities, putting forward the highest quality products and instrumen

Robotics for potable water 1316 Rupert St Regina SK S4N 1V7 (877) 757-1537 (306) 757-1537 Contact: Trev Kiock, Operations Manager

2616 S 3rd St St. Louis MO 63118 USA

tation solutions for our clients.

(314) 664-9300 Fax: (314) 664-9301 Contact: Tracy Switzer, President

SCARBOROUGH SUPPLY

SEW-EURODRIVE

SHIMADZU SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS 7102 Riverwood Dr Columbia MD 21046 USA

154 Crown Crt Whitby ON LIN 7B1 (877) 261 -5293 Fax: (905) 579-4755 Contact: Kevin Watson, Manager

(410) 381-1227 Fax: (410) 381-1222 Contact: Kevin McLaughlin, Marketing Communi

SCOTT SPECIALTY GASES 6141 Easton Rd Box 310 Piumsteadviiie PA 18949

SIEMENS MILLTRONICS LTD.

cations Coordinator SPILL MANAGEMENT INC.

USA

(215) 766-8861 Fax: (215) 766-2476 Contact: Robert Jefferys, Sr Corporate Communi cations Manager SEAMETRICS, INC.

45 Upper Mount Albion Rd Stoney Creek ON

Box 4225 Stn Main Peterborough ON K9J 781 (705) 740-7054 SIMPSON ENVIRONMENTAL CORPORATION

A10-5035 North Service Rd Burlington ON L7L5V2 (905) 332-7669 Fax: (905) 332-7502 Contact: Don Cooper, President

19026 72nd Ave S Kent WA 98032 USA

(253) 872-0284 Fax: (253) 872-0285 Contact: Maxine Covington SECURITY ENGINEERED MACHINERY

SEEKER GREEN PRODUCTS LTD.

IstanmechI

SIVA & ASSOCIATES INC. TECHNOLOGIES INC.

4826 Fuiweii Rd Mississauga ON L5M 7J8 (905) 828-0800 Fax: (905) 828-0806 Contact: Mohan Siva, President

STANMECH TECHNOLOGIES INC.

SLOAN FLUSH MATE

944 Zeico Dr Burlington ON L7L 4Y3 (905) 631-6161 Fax: (905) 631-1852

10500 Seymour Ave Franklin Park IL 60131 USA (800) 580-7141 Fax: (847) 671-4611

Web site: www.stanmech.com

PO Box 1045 Westboro MA 01581-6045 USA

(508) 366-1488 Fax: (508) 366-6814 Contact: Lisa Gauvin, Sales Manager

L8J 2R9

(905) 578-9666 Fax: (905) 578-6644 Contact: Cliff Holland, Director of Training

E-maii: rchomiak@stanmech.com

Contact: Paul W. Subject, President Our Leister line of automatic wedge welders, combiwedge machines and hand tools, and our

Contact: Paul DeBoo

28 Donhaven Rd Markham ON L6E 1S7

(905) 209-0526 Fax: (905) 209-0527 Contact: Eric Chung, Director

BAK/Dohie line of extrusion welders are used in a

wide variety of geomembrane applications where precise weld quality and high speed are desired. Our products provide excellent field performance and superior reliability. We provide 24-hour repair sen/ice on most of our products.

SEEPEX, INC. 511 Speedway Dr Enon OH 45323 USA (937) 864-7150 Fax: (937) 864-7157 Contact: Todd Cranford, Environmental Market

Manager

SMITH & LOVELESS, INC. 14040 Santa Fe Trail Dr Lenexa KS 66215 USA

STELCRETE INDUSTRIES LIMITED

SEI INDUSTRIES LTD.

(913) 888-5201 Fax: (913) 888-2173

7771 Stanley Ave Box 837 Niagara Fails ON

7400 Wilson Ave Delta BC V4G 1E5

E-maii: answers@smithandioveiess.com Web site: www.smithandioveiess.com

(905) 354-5691 Fax: (905) 356-0809

Oontact: Stuart B. Marschaii, international Division

Contact: Robert Nichols

(604) 946-3131 Fax: (604) 940-9566 Contact: Humphrey Tam, Marketing Coordinator

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Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers STERLING POWER SYSTEMS 799 Rennie St Box 3313 Hamilton ON L8H 7L4

(800) 809-0330 Fax: (905) 547-2381 Contact: Frank Davis, General Manager

tVster Mon/tor/nff Systems, /ne.

STEVENS WATER MONITORING SYSTEMS,

Web site: www.SummaEng.com

water market. SMART CARD water truckfiil and

Contact: Frank Cosentino, Vice President

wastewater dump stations; BERMAD control valves: ARMOR plastic curb service/roadway boxes; FEBCO backfiow preventers; HOT BOX insulated enclosures; KUPFERLE sampling and flushing stations; PALINTEST water testing prod ucts; HURCO valve exerciser, smoke testing and ventilation equipment.

Summa Engineering Limited is a Canadian owned company and has been in continuous operation for 25 years under the same management. Summa is extensively involved in instrumentation and SCADA projects providing quality goods and services to the industrial and municipal markets throughout Ontario and Canada. Summa has extensive knowl

edge and experience in the water and wastewater

THE PRESSURE PIPE INSPECTION COMPANY

processes.

4700 Dixie Rd Misslssauga ON L7L 6W2 (905) 624-1040 Fax: (905) 624-4777 Contact: Dave Caughiin, Marketing Director

INC.

5465 SW Western Ave Suite F Beaverton OR 97005 USA

SUMMIT STRUCTURES

3815 Wanuskewin Rd Saskatoon SK S7P 1A4

(503) 469-8000 Fax: (503) 469-8100 E-mail: info@stevenswater.com

(800)615-4777 Fax:(877) 413-7189 Contact: Lance Cory, Sales Manager

Web site: www.stevenswater.com

Oontact: Tom Breunig, Director, Marketing Stevens designs and manufactures easy to use equipment for reliable monitoring, collection and analysis of water conditions. Tfie company's tech nology enables measurements of water level, water quality, groundwater, soil moisture and weather conditions. Stevens also provides proven products for wireless transmission of environmental data, from Bluetooth to GOES satellite solutions.

TRANS ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC.

(434) 975-2872 Fax: (434) 975-2972 Contact: Merrill Bishop, President SYNTEC PROCESS EQUIPMENT LTD.

1-68 Heaiey Rd Bolton ON L7E 5A4 (905) 951-8000 Fax: (905) 951-8002 E-mali: info@syntecpe.oom Web site: www.syntecpe.com Contact: Roland Barbazza, Vice President

Met-Pro Corp 1570 Lakeside Dr Waukegan IL 60085 USA (847) 689-1100 Fax: (847) 689-9289 Contact: Kevin Bittie, Manager Creative Services

Authorized manufacturer's representative for plug, pinch, check, air release, knifegates, R/S gate, AVWVA, sluice, slide gate, butterfly AVWVA, lug, water, bail, pressure relief, pressure reducing, pump control valves, actuators, pressure and temperature gauges. Exclusive manufacturer's distributors of: Vaimatic, Dynamic, Red Valve, Trueline, Watts, Singer, MoCrometer, Water Specialties, CCNE, Chemiine, Contromatics, SSI Equipment, and

Stormcep/or* STORMCEPTOR 12 Madison Ave Toronto ON M5R 2S1

(416) 960-9900 Fax: (416) 960-5637 E-mail: info@stormceptor.com Web site: www.stormceptor.com Contact: Marketing Department. To learn more how the Stormceptor system can prevent fines and save money for your business, visit www.stormceptor. com or contact Stormceptor Canada at 416 9609900 or stormceptorinfo@stormceptor.com. 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 system is an internal high flow by pass, which ensures that larger flows are diverted away from the treatment chamber and are directed to the downstream storm sewer. This prevents the re-suspension and scouring of trapped pollutants. STORMWATER MANAGEMENT,INC. 12021 NE Airport Way Portland OR 97220 USA (800) 548-4667 Fax: (503) 561-1271 Contact: Judy inmon. Marketing Manager STROBIC AIR CORP

Subsidiary of Met-Pro Corp PC Box 144 Harleysvilie PA 19438 USA (215) 723-4700 Fax: (215) 723-7401 Contact: Kevin Bittie, Manager Creative Services

A-6541 Misslssauga Rd Misslssauga ON L5N 1A6 (800) 361-3201 Fax:(905) 858-3192

PO Box 8001 Chariottesviiie VA 22906 USA

STILES-KEM DIVISION

P

TOTAL SAFETY

ASCO.

TRIMAX RESIDUALS

9440 60 Ave NW Edmonton AB T6E 0C1

(780) 433-7373 Fax: (780) 433-5577

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Tn-PhaseEnvifonmentallnc. TRI-PHASE ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

5-2325 Hurontario St Suite 196 Misslssauga ON L5A 4K4

(905) 823-7965 Fax: (905) 823-7932 E-mail: saies@pcbdisposai.com Web site: www.pcbdisposai.com Contact: Camiile Atrache, General Manager Asbestos and mold abatement, demolition and

TANKSAFE INC.

208-3112 11 St NE Calgary AB T2E 7J1 (403) 291-3937 Fax: (403) 291-5125 Contact: Jon Johnston, Marketing Manager T.D. ROOKE ASSOCIATES LIMITED

201-20 Floral Pky Concord ON L4K 4R1 (905) 326-5666 Fax: (905) 326-5667 Contact: Eric Kudiik, Municipal Market Manager

decommissioning, site cleanup and remediation, PCBs, underground storage tanks, excavation and removal.

TROJAN TECHNOLOGIES INC. 3020 Gore Rd London ON N5V 4T7

(519) 457-3400 Fax: (519) 457-3030 Contact: Jim Citton, Municipal Marketing Manager TROY ENVIRONMENTAL

TEAM-1 ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.

121 Little Lake Panache Rd RR 1 Whitefish ON

1650 Upper Ottawa St Hamilton ON L8W 3P2 (905) 383-5550 Fax: (905) 574-0492

POM 3E0

(705) 866-5357 Fax:(705) 866-5568 Contact: Ron Tait, Owner

TECHNICAL STANDARDS & SAFETY AUTHORITY 3300 Bioor St W 4th Floor West Tower Toronto ON M8X 2X4

(416) 325-9623 Fax:(416) 326-1662

(tTROY-ONTOR j Inc

TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES

TROY-ONTOR INC.

268 Crossland Gate Newmarket ON L3X 1A9

1A-230 Bayview Dr Barrie ON L4N 5E9 (888) 835-3045,(705) 721-8246 Fax:(888) 835-2847,(705) 721-5851 E-mail: troy-ontor@troy-ontor.ca Specializing in the supply of electric and pneumatic

(905) 853-8767 Fax:(905) 853-9951 Contact: Basil J. Stevenson, General Manager TELOG INSTRUMENTS, INC. 830 Canning Pky Victor NY 14564 USA (585) 742-3000 Fax: (585) 742-3006 Contact: Leah Megiei, Marcom Manager TERRAFIX ENVIRONMENTAL TECH. INC.

178 Bethridge Rd Toronto ON M9W 1N3 (416) 674-0363 Fax: (416) 674-7346 Contact: John Mooney, General Manager

valve actuators for both new and retrofit installations

with

associated

controls including

ModBus,

DevioeNet, Foundation FleidBus, and ProflBus. Also

suppliers of diaphragm valves, check valves, and fluid strainers including Simplex, Duplex, and auto matic self cleaning. TS GROUP (ONTARIO) 2096 Vaiens Rd RR 2 Pusiinch ON NOB 2J0

(905) 659-0598 Fax: (905) 659-0689

THE BIRKS COMPANY Manufacturm Represeiuativt THE BIRKS COMPANY 2132 Fifteen Sideroad Moffat ON LOP 1J0

SUMMA ENGINEERING LIMITED

6423 Northam Dr Misslssauga ON L4V 1J2 (905) 678-3388 Fax:(905) 678-0444 E-mail: FCosentino@SummaEng.com

(905) 854-9875 Fax: (905) 854-0180 E-mail: birksco@sympatico.ca Web site: www3.sympatico.ca/birksco Contact: Michael Birks, Sales Manager Equipment and services for the water and waste-

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TSL AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGIES

12-27 Fisherman Dr Brampton ON L7A 1E2 (905) 840-7797 Fax: (905) 840-9266 Contact: Wes Armstrong, President TT TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 2020 E New York St Aurora IL 60504 USA

(630) 851 -8200 Fax: (630) 851 -8299 Contact: Patty Smith, Administrative Assistant


Guide to Environmental Equipment & Service Suppliers TUBEFIT INC.

(303) 425-4242 Fax: (303) 425-0112

9-73 Galaxy Blvd Toronto ON M9W 5T4 (416) 675-9929 Fax: (416) 675-9939

Contact: Richard Rech, President

Contact: Robin Jowett, Manager Waterloo Barrier® Is a containment wall for the con

Contact: Mike Branstetter, Director, Sales

trol of contaminated groundwater or soil gases. Formed of steel sheet piling with specially desighed sealable joints, the Barrier offers a long service life, exceptionally low hydraulic conductivity, and documentable construction quality assurance/control. Installation Is clean and rapid with minimal site dis

Marketing

turbance.

VANDERBEKEN ENTERPRISES LTD.

TUTHILL VACUUM & BLOWER SYSTEMS

15525 Cliff Ave White Rock BC V4B 1V8

4840 W Kearney St Springfield MO 65802 USA (417) 865-8715 Fax: (417) 865-2950

(604) 535-2238 Fax: (604) 535-2283 Contact: Mark Vanderbeken, President

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UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY

Process Equipment Inc.

1000 N Main St Findiay OH 45840-3695 USA (419) 434-6919 Fax: (419) 424-6542

Waterloo Biofilter Systems Inc. on.ctio

r treatment

VECTOR PROCESS EQUIPMENT INC. URECON LTD. 625-268 Lakeshore Rd E Oakviiie ON L6J 7S4

(905) 257-3797 Fax:(905) 257-9723 Contact: Carl Vreugde, Sales Manager USFILTER 181 Thornfiiii Rd Warrendaie PA 15086 USA

(724) 772-1438 Fax:(724) 772-1360 Contact: Karen DeCampii, Municipal Director USFILTER/ASDOR LIMITED

250 Royal Crest Crt Markham ON L3R 3S1 (905) 944-2828 Fax:(905) 474-1334

5889 Summerside Dr Misslssauga ON L5M 6L1 (416) 527-4396 Fax: (905) 567-8590 E-mail: lnfo@vectorprocess.com Web site: www.vectorprocess.com

WATERLOO BIOFILTER SYSTEMS INC. 143 Dennis St Box 400 Rockwood ON NOB 2K0

(519) 856-0757 Fax: (519) 856-0759

Contact: Andre Osborne

E-mail: info@waterloo-blofilter.com Web site: www.waterloo-blofilter.com

Bar and step screens, septic receiving stations, bio logical treatment systems, surface and jet aerators, clarlflers, dissolved air flotation, grit collectors, FRP weirs/baffles and troughs, algae sweep systems, digester covers and mixers, heat exchangers, filter presses/dryers, belt presses, centrifuges, contract dewatering, continuously cleaned sand filters, elec tro-coagulation, bolted steel tanks, specialty pumps.

Contact: Robin Jowett, Business Manager Waterloo Biofilter® for on-site treatment of residential, commercial, and communal sewage wastewaters, fully scalable from 2-bedroom house/cottage to more than 200,000 LVday. Advantages include low mainte nance and energy requirements, small footprint, high quality effluent, and no aerobic sludge. Optional re use for Irrigation and toilet flushing.

Contact: Louise Robinson VfATRAN CORPORATION USFILTER CONTROL SYSTEMS

300 Industrial Dr Grand Island NY 14072 USA

1239 Willow Lake Blvd Vadnais Heights MN 55110

(716) 773-1700 Fax: (716) 773-2488 Contact: Bob Atwood, Market Manager

USA

(651) 766-2700 Fax: (651) 766-2701 Contact: Merilee Ebent, Sales/Marketing Assistant USFILTER DEWATERING SYSTEMS

WATERRA PUMPS LIMITED VICTAULIC COMPANY OF CANADA LTD. 123 Newkirk Rd Richmond Hill ON L4C 3G5

(905) 884-7444 Fax: (905) 884-7446

Web site: www.waterra.com VIDEX INC.

Contact: John Newall, President

1105 NE Circle Blvd Corvallis OR 97330 USA

Waterra has been providing customers with simple solutions for groundwater monitoring since 1985. Our product line has grown considerably to Include pumps, filters, water level and hydrocarbon detection equipment, bailers and other accessories. Currently, we have some exciting new products in development which will make your life easier in the field.

(541) 758-0521 Fax: (541) 752-5285 USFILTER ENVIREX PRODUCTS

44-5200 Dixie Rd Misslssauga ON L4W 1E4 (905) 238-5242 Fax: (905) 238-5704 E-mall: waterra@ldlrect.com

2155 112th Ave Holland Ml 49424 USA

(616) 772-9011 Fax: (616) 772-4516 Contact: Judy Schelbach, Marketing Manager

waterra

Contact: Kevin Foster, Media Communications

1901 S Prairie Ave Waukesha Wl 53189 USA

(262) 547-0141 Fax: (262) 547-4120 Contact: Michael Quick, Mar/Com Manager

A Unit of IDEX Corporation

USFILTER JET TECH PRODUCTS

(888) 845-7867, (519) 256-5438 Fax: (519) 256-

1051 Blake Edwardsville KS 66111 USA

5070

WELL DAT INC.

(913) 422-7600 Fax: (913) 422-7667 Contact: Jeff Fangman, VP Sales & Marketing

Contact: Peter Houzon, Director of Marketing

PO Box 451 Paris ON N3L 2N2

VISSERS SALES CORP.

(519) 753-1687 Fax: (519) 442-7242 Contact: Ryan Velenosi, President

VIKING PUMP OF CANADA INC. 661 Grove Ave Windsor ON N9A 6M3

USFILTERAWALLACE & TIERNAN PRODUCTS

250 Royal Crest Crt Markham ON L3R 3S1 (905) 944-2800 Fax: (905) 474-1660 Contact: George Matsugu, Marketing Manager USFILTER ZIMPRO PRODUCTS

301 West Military Rd Rothschild Wl 54474 USA (715) 359-7211 Fax: (715) 355-3219 Contact: Jessica Mattmlller, Mar/Comm Manager

Pure, safe water.

UV PURE

Always:

19-220 Industrial Pky S Aurora ON L4G 3V6 (905) 841-4073 Fax: (905) 841-4018

WESSUC INC.

VK TANKS & SILOS INC.

973 Alberton Rd S Jerseyvllle ON LOR 1RO (519) 752-0837 Fax: (519) 752-0840

102-2428 King George Hwy Surrey BC V4P 1H5 (604) 541 -9423 Fax: (604) 541 -9470

Contact: Ted Curtis, Sales

Contact: Mark Vanderbeken, President

WESTBAY INSTRUMENTS INC.

VOGELSANG USA

110-3480 Gilmore Way Burnaby BC V5G 4Y1 (800) 663-8770, (604) 430-4272 Fax: (604) 430-

7966 St Rt 44 Box 751 Ravenna OH 44266 USA

3538

(800) 984-9400 Fax:(330) 296-4113

Contact: Bill Black, Marketing Manager

VYTAC SPILL TECHNOLOGIES Division of Cartler Chemicals Ltd. 445 21st Ave Laohine QC H8S 3T8

(514) 637-4631 Fax:(514) 637-8804 Contact: E. W. Robins, President

WESTECH ENGINEERING, INC. 3625 South West Temple, Salt Lake City UT 84115

60 Venture Drive Unit 19 Toronto ON M1B 3S4

WAINBEE LIMITED

(801) 265-1000

(416)208-9884,(888)407-9997 Fax:(416)208-5808

5789 Coopers Ave Misslssauga ON L4Z 386 (905) 568-1700 Fax:(905) 568-0083

E-mail: lnfo@westech-inc.com Web site: www.westech-lnc.com

UV PURE TECHNOLOGIES INC.

Contact: Customer Care

E-mail: lnfo@uvpure.com Web site: www.puresafewater.com UV Pure Technologies develops and manufactures next-generation, technically advanced UV water purification systems. UV Pure's NSF/ANSI 55 Class A certified Hallett^" systems Incorporate patented Crossfire^" UV technology which is selfcleaning, fall-safe and virtually maintenance free. Dual smart UV sensors and on-board computers

USA

Contact: Jeff Easton WARREN'S IMAGING & DRYOGRAPHY

711 Clayson Rd Toronto ON MOM 2H4 (416) 745-8200 Fax: (416) 747-7199

Waterloo

Barrier Inc.

monitor real-time dose and transmittanoe to

WATERLOO BARRIER INC.

ensure effectiveness.

PC Box 385 Rockwood ON NOB 2K0

(519) 856-1352 Fax: (519) 856-0759 VALVE & FILTER CORP.

E-mail: info@waterloo-barrler.com

5270 Marshall St Arvada CO 80002 USA

Web site: www.waterloo-barrler.com

WesTech Engineering, Inc. Is a progressive compa ny which Is one of the major suppliers of process equipment In the world today. It is an employee owned company led by Individuals with long experi ence providing filtration and sedimentation process equipment for municipal and Industrial applications worldwide.

WESTFALIA SEPARATOR CANADA,INC. 835 Harrington Crt Burlington ON L7N 3P3 (905) 319-3900 Fax: (905) 319-3903 Contact: Frank Scrlver, Sales Manager, Environmental Technology

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Guide to Environmetital Equipment & Service Suppliers WHEELABRATOR AIR POLLUTION CONTROL INC.

441 Smithfield St Pittsburgh PA 15222-2292 USA (412) 562-7300 Fax: (412) 562-7254 Contact: Kathleen Furst, Manager Marketing

M

Addendum

Communications WMC OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES 130 Wilson St Hamilton ON L8R 1E2

(905) 526-9744 Fax: (905) 522-0425 XLB WATER SOLUTIONS

AWI

12 Amity Rd Mississauga ON L5M 1P2 (905) 858-4406 Fax: (905) 858-3235 Contact: R. Exelby, Principal

AWI

XP SOFTWARE

4450-46 Ave SE Calgary AB T2B 3N7 (403) 255-7377 Fax: (403) 255-3129

9-75 First St Suite 224 Orangeviiie ON L9W 5B6 (877) 533-4533 Fax: (519) 941-7966

E-mail: info@awifilter.com Web site: www.awifiiter.com

YORK FLUID CONTROLS LTD.

2 Westwyn Crt Brampton ON LOT 4T5 (905) 454-4013 Fax: (905) 454-8423 Contact: M. Knapman

"Hanson HANSON PIPE & PRODUCTS CANADA INC.

Contact: Nicky Currie, Project Coordinator AWi is a leader in filtration optimization. We provide site-specific technical services, filter inspections, fil ter media design and supply. Our technologically advanced underdrain systems include the AWi Phoenix Underdrain System and the AWI Phoenix Panel System - both have air scour capabilities.

RR 2 Cambridge ON N1R 583 (888) 888-3222 Web site: www.hansonpipeandproducts.com Contact: Kent Campbell Hanson is a leading producer of concrete pipe and precast concrete products with 96 production facil ities in North America, in Canada, Hanson is the

largest producer of precast concrete drainage sys tem components. With four plants strategically located in Cambridge, Whitby, Ottawa and Windsor, we're never far from your project site. Hanson is licensed

to

manufacture,

market

and

sell

Stormceptor products in Ontario.

COMPOSITES INC. ZCL COMPOSITES INC.

6907 36 St NW Edmonton AB T6B 2Z6

CORRUGATED STEEL PIPE INSTITUTE

(800) 661-8265,(780) 466-6648 Fax:(780) 466-6126

2A-652 Bishop St N Cambridge ON N3H 4V6 (866) 295-2416,(519) 766-1129 Fax:(519)650-8081 E-mail: djpenny@cspi.ca Web site: www.cpsi.ca Contact: Dave Penny, Marketing Manager The Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute is a Canadian association of manufacturers of corrugated steel pipe and material suppliers. With production facili ties and technically trained sales staff in communi ties throughout Canada, we work with you to create flexible and versatile solutions to meet your require ments and bring you the greatest value for today's

E-mail: webmaster@zci.com Web site: www.zcl.com

Contacts: Richard Murphy, Advertising Manager ZCL Composites Inc. is Canada's leading manufac turer of fiberglass above ground and underground tanks, and oil/water separators for the safe storage of petroleum products, water, sewage, and some chemicals.

dollar.

SAFETY STORAGE' SAFETY STORAGE, INC. 2301 Bert Dr Hoiiister OA 95023 USA

(800) 344-6539 Fax: (831) 637-7405 E-mail: lnfo@safetystorage.com Web site: www.safetystorage.com Contact: Ken Wilkins, VP Sales

Safety Storage, Inc. has been the Industry leader designing high quality, cost-effective Hazmat stor age buildings and lockers meeting the latest com pliance codes for the handling, use and contain ment of hazardous materials, hazardous wastes, and other chemicals. Contact us to learn more

about Safety Storage! Waterfor the World ZENON ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

3239 Dundas St W Oakviiie ON L6M 4B2

EPIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

(905) 465-3030 Fax: (905) 465-3050

INNOVATIONS CENTER

E-maii: info@zenon.com

5759 Coopers Ave Mississauga ON L4Z 1R9 (905) 361-1901 Fax: (905) 361-1906 E-maii: epic@epic-edu.com Web site: www.epic-edu.com Professional development courses, in-house train ing, on-line education, PEO technical exam prepa ration courses. Setting standards in practical teaming.

Web site: www.zenonenv.com

ZENON is a world leader in immersed US membrane

technologies for water purification, wastewater treat ment, and water reuse. Our family of ZeeWeedÂŽ products is the trusted solution for hundreds of large- and small-scale applications in municipal, industrial, commercial, and recreational sites. ZMI/PORTEC CHEMICAL PROCESSING GROUP

W:

1102 Egret Dr Sibley lA 51249 USA (712) 754-2595 Fax:(712) 754-3607 Contact: Mike Mohle, VP Sales/Marketing

HETEK SOLUTIONS INC.

TRANS-CYCLE INDUSTRIES, INC. 455 Archer Dr Box 518 Kirkiand Lake ON P2N 3J5

(705) 567-9997 Fax: (705) 567-9979 E-maii: patti.rozich@transcycte.ca Web site: www.transcycle.ca Contact: Patti Rozich, Sales Coordinator

Worldwide environmentally safe disposal of electri cal equipment including: transformers, ballasts, capacitors, and ail PCB-containing wastes. Full field and transportation services. Recycling sen/ices for <50 ppm eiectricai equipment available.

HETEK SOLUTIONS INC.

2085 Piper Lane London ON N5V 3S5 (888) 432-8422, (519) 659-1144 Fax: (519) 4532182

Contact: Wayne Hennigar, Director/CEO Hetek carries an extensive product line in the areas of water leakage detection, water and wastewater flow and monitoring, gas detection, confined space entry, field wearable computers, infrastructure man agement software, as well as data acquisition. We also offer diverse engineering services including industrial inspections, gas leakage control pro grams, water (fluid) leakage control programs, municipal landfill methane control programs, instru ment repair and maintenance, tracer gas type leak detection programs, training and education, as well as specialty engineering services.

98 Environmental Science & Engineering,January 2005

YORK FLUID CONTROLS LTD.

2 Westwyn Crt Brampton ON L6T 4T5 (905) 454-4013 Fax: (905) 454-8423 E-maii: sales@yorkfluid.com Web site: www.yorkfluid.com Contact: M. Knapman Specialists in municipal and industrial liquid handling equipment since 1960. Products include: sludge transfer, chemical transfer, chemical feed systems, trash pumps, general pumps, centrifugal, progress ing cavity pumps/parts, hose pumps/hoses, mixers, pulsation dampeners, and pressure vessels. Full service/repairs/pump replacement parts.


Guide to Environmental Products & Services _

ES&Es Directory of Environmental Products & Services See "Suppliers" Section (pg. 69)for address, etc., of any company listed in this section

ACTIVATED CARBON

ENV Treatment Systems

AIR FILTERS

ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS

ANALYZERS

ASBESTOS

ADSORBENTS

Envlrocan

AC Carbone Canada

a. compressors

ABB Inc.

a. removal

AC Carbone Canada

Albarrle Canada

b. covers c, mixers

Akrulogic AMKO Systems

b. survey PSI Pump Systems - a

d. tanks

Analytical Technology

Restoration Environmental

Calgon Carbon

Fluldyne H2FI0W Equipment Hydrocal Hydro-Logic Environmental

Aqua Technical Sales - b,c,d

Aquatic Life

CiearTech

Labcor

Archer Technical

Arizona Instrument

Safety Express - a

Avensys

TrI-Phase Environmental -

C&M Environmental

Durpro

Mabarex

Calgon Carbon CompreVac ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

Make-Way Environmental

ERE

Anthrafiiter Media & Coal AW!

ERE

Technologies

Flex-Kleen

Equipment - c

AWA Instruments

Contractors - a,b

a,b

Bestobell Aquatronix

Technologies

Mixing Systems Napler-Reld

Geneq

DIrectrIk - a,c

Cancoppas

ATAO PROCESSING

John Brooks

Dorr-Cllver Elmco - b,c,d

CD Nova-Tech

Archer Technical

Jurassic Activated Carbon

Nelson Environmental

Kaeser Compressors

Envlrocan - b

CEA Instruments

Labcor

Parkson

Keystone Filter

Fabricated Plastics - b,d

CEM Specialties

Maple Leat Environmental Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

Pneu-Tech Systems Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

KraemerTool & Mfg.

Fluldyne - c

CiearTech

Equipment H2FI0W Equipment Napler-Reld

Labcor

Greatarlo - b,c,d

Daklns Engineering

USFIIter

Maple Leaf Environmental

H2FI0W Equipment - b,c

Davis Controls

WesTech

USFIIter

SanlTech Communal

Pneu-Tech Systems

Hydro-Logic Environmental

Filter innovations

Highland Tank

Systems

-d

Draeger Canada Elemental Controls

BACKFLOW PREVENTION

Emerson Process

Daklns Engineering Engineered Pump Systems

ACTIVATED CARBON

Sanltherm Engineering

AIR POLLUTION CONTROL

ITT Flygt - c

REGENERATORS

Smith & Loveless

EQUIPMENT

John Meunler

Calgon Carbon Maple Leaf Environmental

Syntec Process Equipment

Albarrle Canada

Mabarex - a,c

Endress + Hauser

Fisher Scientific Canada

USFIIter Envlrex Products

Metcon Sales &

USFIIter Jet Tech Products

ALTECH Technology Systems

Napler-Reld - c Pencon Equipment - a

Environmental Analytical Systems

John Meunler Labcor

Engineering Pro Aqua + Shadrack

USFIIter ZImpro Products Vector Process Equipment

Archer Technical

Pro Aqua + Shadrack -

ERE

PSI Pump Systems The BIrks Company

USFIIter

WesTech

Equipment

Management

a,b,c,d

Hach

Arizona Instrument

Sanltherm Engineering - b

Hanna Instruments

AWA Instruments

TD Rooke Associates - c

Indachem

BACTERIA

AEROBIC DIGESTION

Bestobell Aquatronix

USFIIter

John Meunler

a. e-coll

ABB Inc.

ADI Systems

Labcor

Aqua Technical Sales

Blothermica Technologies Calgon Carbon

USFIIter Envlrex Products -

Avensys

LaMotte

b. monitoring c. pseudonomus, algae

Fisher Scientific Canada

C&M Environmental

CEA Instruments

Vector Process Equipment

Laser Diagnostic

d. water quality

Clean Gas Systems

- b,c,d WesTech - b,c,d

ACTUATORS

Halogen Valve Systems

Technologies

a,b,c,d

IPEX

Dorr-Ollver Elmco

Davis Controls

Labcor

ENV Treatment Systems

Draeger Canada

Milton Roy

Envlrocan

Duall

ANALYTICAL EQUIPMENT

Plast-O-Matic Valves

Fluldyne

Ecolo Odor Control

ABB Inc.

Power Plant Supply Troy-Ontor

Greatarlo

ADSORBENTS/ ABSORBENTS

H2FI0W Equipment

ENV Treatment Systems

Mabarex

Environmental Analytical Systems

Make-Way Environmental

Technologies

CETCO

Mixing Systems Napler-Reld Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

Crucial

Smith & Loveless

ADI International

Calgon Carbon Cartler Chemicals

Systems

Instruments

Levltt-Satety Metcon Sales &

Akrulogic AMKO Systems Aquatic Life Arizona Instrument

Engineering Nova Analytical Systems PML Process Technology

Hach - a,b,c,d

International Water Supply

Shimadzu Scientific

Avensys

Filter Innovations

AWA Instruments

Siva & Associates

Levltt-Satety - a,b,c,d

FllterSense

Bestobell Aquatronix

Stevens Water Monitoring

PSI Pump Systems - a,c,d Simpson Environmental -

Instruments

Firing Industries

Cancoppas

Flex-Kleen

CEM Specialties

Systems

Challenge Environmental Systems

USFIIter/Wallace &Tlernan

USFIIter Envlrex Products USFIIter Jet Tech Products

Kurz Instruments

CiearTech

Filter Innovations

WesTech

Levltt-Satety Maple Leaf Environmental

Daklns Engineering

a. artificial recharge b. clean-up

Davis Controls

c. design

Gator Canada

AIR DRYERS

MEGTEC Systems

Elemental Controls

Hazmasters

CD Nova-Tech

Metcon Sales &

Emerson Process

Imtech Canada

CompreVac

Indachem

Environmental Analytical

Levitt-Safety Loraday Environmental Megator PSI Pump Systems Rocky Mountain Environmental

Met-Pro

Endress + Hauser

Net Safety Monitoring

Environmental Analytical

International Water Supply

Technologies

ARSENIC REMOVAL

Pro-Environmental

Geneq

ADI International

H2FI0W Equipment

Siva & Associates

Hach

John Meunler Metcon Sales &

Pneu-Tech Systems Safety Express USFIIter Dewatering

Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

Fisher Scientific Canada

Filter Innovations

Strobic Air

Hanna Instruments Inflcon

H2FI0W Equipment

Wheelabrator Air Pollution

John Meunler

Indachem

Labcor

JNE Chemicals

Nelson Environmental

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Contol

AERATION SYSTEMS

Elemental Controls

Fabricated Plastics

ABS Pumps

Environmental Analytical Systems Levltt-Satety PML Process Technology

Filter Innovations

Services

Duall

TankSafe

Avensys Draeger Canada

Siva & Associates Team-1 Environmental

- a,c

Aqua Technical Sales Calgon Carbon

VYTAC Spill Technologies

Oorr-Ollver Elmco

C&M Environmental

Flomotlon Systems

Akrulogic AMKO Systems

Technologies

Equipment Baker Tanks

PML Process Technology Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Ordan Thermal Products

Team-1 Environmental Services

CiearTech

Systems

Archer Technical

Labcor

AIR EMISSIONS TESTING

Blo-Mlcroblcs

Management

BIOFILTERS

Aqua Technical Sales Aquapoint

Ordan Thermal Products

Sanbec

C&M Environmental

AQUIFERS

d. replenishment equip. Insitu Contractors - a,b,c,d International Pump Technology - a

Engineering

a,c,d Zenon Environmental - a

Kaeser Compressors

Safety Express

Aqua Technical Sales

-d

Labcor - a,b,d

Fabricated Plastics

Devcon

Systems

a,b,c,d

Geneq - a,d

Royce Technologies

ERE

Interra Environmental Labcor

Fisher Scientific Canada -

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

H2FI0W Equipment Kraemer Tool & Mtg,

Fisher Scientific Canada

Avensys - a,d Environmental Analytical Systems - d

Maple Leaf Environmental Engineering

LaMotte

KInetIco Canada

AIR STRIPPERS

Levitt-Safety

Maple Leat Environmental

PROECO

Duall

Metcon Sales &

Metcon Sates &

Sanltherm Engineering

ERE

Engineering Nova Analytical Systems PML Process Technology Royce Technologies

Geneq Insitu Contractors

Maple Leaf Environmental

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

Engineering Napler-Reld Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems Regenesis

Smith & Loveless

TSL Aerospace

Technologies Waterloo Blofllter Systems WesTech

TrI-Phase Environmental

Metcon Sales &

Siva & Associates

USFIIter

BIOREMEOIATIQN

Engineering Sanltherm Engineering

Team-1 Environmental

WesTech

a. sediment

Zenon Environmental

Atlas Dewatering

Services

January 2005, Environmental Science & Engineering 99


^1-

Products Baker Tanks - a

Aqua Technical Sales

Chlorlnators Inc.

Biotech Solutions - a C3 Environmental

Consolidated GIroux

ClearTech

Dagex

Daklns Engineering

Gator Canada

Derrick

Endress -r Hauser

Guide to Environmental Products & Services

CDMMUNICATIONS

CONTRACTING

a, equipment

ALTECH Drilling &

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Bristol Babcock - a

Investigative Services Aquablast

Metcon Sales &

Engineering

HydraLogIc Systems - a

ENV Treatment Systems Envlrocan

Flomotlon Systems Halogen Valve Systems

COAGULATION SYSTEMS

Interra Environmental - a PROECO - a

ABB Inc.

Canadian Safety Equipment - a Daklns Engineering - a

Firing Industries

Indachem

ACG Technology

Hazmasters - a

Regenesls

Fisher Scientific Canada

Landmark Tank and Tower

Filter Innovations

Homeland Security

Summit Structures - a

Hydro-Logic Environmental

Hydro-Logic Environmental

WesTech

Indachem

Services Metcon Sales &

Technology - a in Flygt - a RACD Manufacturing and Engineering - a

Labcor

Engineering

ICR Water Technologies Indachem

MIDX

JNE Chemicals

A! D Driver Consulting

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanltherm Engineering

PML Process Technology

John Meunier

Siemens Mllltronlcs - a

AIIMax Professional

TD Rooke Associates

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Mabarex

USFIIter

PSI Pump Systems

Maple Leaf Environmental

Sanltherm Engineering

Metcon Sales &

Dorr-Ollver Elmco

USFIIter Dewatering Systems

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems - a Telog Instruments - a

H2FI0VV Equipment

Vanderbeken Enterprises

HydraLogIc Systems

Vector Process Equipment Westtalla Separator

BiOSOLIDS MGMT.

Solutions Baker Tanks

JNE Chemicals

Markland Specialty

Canada

Engineering

USFIIterAVallace & TIernan CLARIFIERS

Atlas Dewatering C3 Environmental Comstock Canada CDRM Construction Sewer & Watermain Insitu Contractors

International Water Supply Landmark Tank and Tower Services

Lotowater Technical Services

Summa Engineering

Engineering Pro Aqua + Shadrack

C0MPDST1NG

CONTRACT OPERATIONS

Sanltherm Engineering

Cover-All Building Systems Geneq HydraLogIc Systems Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Al D Driver Consulting Aquatech Canadian Water

COATINGS C3 Environmental

Simpson Environmental

Interra Environmental

ACG Technology

Smith & Loveless

Aqua Technical Sales

Stormwater Management

Blo-Mlcrobics

Services

Bristol Babcock

PML Process Technology Pro Aqua + Shadrack

ABS Pumps

Simpson Environmental

Baker Tanks

Dagex

CONTROL EQUIPMENT

DIrectrIk

Dorr-Ollver Elmco

Chemllne Dense North America

CDMPRESSED GASES

USFIIter

Demesa

a. flow

USFIIter Envlrex Products

Dosmatic USA

Ecodyne

Fabricated Plastics

Praxair Canada

b. level

Wessuc

Hayward Gordon ICR Water Technologies

ENV Treatment Systems

Gemlte Products

Scott Specialty Gases

c. motor

Envlrocan

Hazmasters

BLOWERS

Indachem

ITW Devcon Futura

CDMPRESSDRS

e. pump

ABS Pumps

Labcor

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Environmental

Al D Driver Consulting

Metcon Sales &

Hydro Quip

Landmark Tank and Tower

Canadian Safety Equipment

t. temperature ABB Inc. - a,b,d,t

DIrectrIk

Maple Leaf Environmental

ABS Pumps - e Alpha Controls and Instrumentation - a,b,d,t Atlas Dewatering Avensys - a,b

National Process

Bestobell Aquatronix

AWI

CHEMICAL MIXERS

Engineering

C&M Environmental

Technologies

John Meunier

ClearTech

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Mabarex

Coatings Services Rhomar Industries

DIrectrIk

TD Rooke Associates

Maple Leaf Environmental

Duall

USFIIter

Met-Pro

COFFERDAM RENTALS

Envlrocan

York Fluid Controls

M. LeBlanc & Associates

RMS Envlro Solv

Fabricated Plastics

CHEMICALS

Parkson

COLLECTORS

Filter Innovations

(SEWAGE TREATMENT) Adventis Technologies

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Baker Tanks

RMS Envlro Solv

C&M Environmental

Hazmasters

Equipment

Bristol Babcock -

a,b,c,d,e,t Can-Am Instruments - a,b

COMPUTERS & CONTROL SYSTEMS

Cancoppas - a,b,c,d,e,t CD Nova-Tech - b,d,t

USFIIter Envlrex Products

Technologies Clean Gas Systems ENV Treatment Systems

a. hardware

Chemllne Plastics - a

Vector Process Equipment

H2F10W Equipment

b. programmable

Pro Aqua -e Shadrack

H2FI0W Equipment

Charles Tennant & Company

Smith & Loveless

ClearTech

USFIIter

Kaeser Compressors Kraemer Tool & Mtg.

Ecolo Ddor Control

Labcor

WesTech

Levltt-Satety

General Chemical Performance Products

Ordan Thermal Products

HydraLogIc Systems

CLEANING

Pencon Equipment Pneu-Tech Systems

JNE Chemicals

controllers

Chlorlnators Inc.

ClearTech - a,b,c,d,e,t Controlotron - a,b,d,t

USFIIter Envlrex Products

0. SCADA d. software

a. digester

COMBINED SEWER

e. web sites

Jurassic Activated Carbon

b. lagoon

OVERFLDW EOUIPMEHT

ABB Inc. - a,b,c,d

Davis Controls - a,b,c,d,e,t

c. ponds d. products

Aqua Technical Sales

ABS Pumps - a,b,c,d

Devlne & Associates - a,d

Archer Technical

AIIMax Professional

Safety Express

MIDX

Sanltherm Engineering

PHOENIX Process

Strobic Air TD Rooke Associates

Equipment Pro Aqua -r Shadrack

Tuthlll Vacuum & Blower

Rhomar Industries

Systems

Kaeser Compressors

Pencon Equipment

John Brooks

Systems

Envlrocan ERE

Napler-Reld

ERE

d. pressure

USFIIter

e. robotic

Equipment

Solutions - d

Daklns Engineering a,b,d,e,t

DIrectrIk - e Elemental Controls

Baker Tanks

Bristol Babcock - a,b,c,d,e

Endress + Hauser - a,b,d,t

Daklns Engineering -

Engineered Pump Systems

AnoxKaldnes - b

Dagex ENV Treatment Systems H2FI0W Equipment

ENV Treatment Systems -

Aquablast - a,b,t Baker Tanks - a,b,c,d,e,t

a,b,c,d Davis Controls - a,b,c,d FllterSense - a,b,c,d

Huber Technology

t. sludge Al D Driver Consulting a,b,c,t

- b,e

BOXES (METER, VALVE,

CHEMICALS

SERVICE, ETC.)

(WATER TREATMENT)

Baker Tanks

Adventis Technologies

Cartler Chemicals - d

Hydro-Logic Environmental

Hoffman

Benson Chemicals

ClearTech - d

John Meunier

Homeland Security Technology - a,d,e in Flygt - c

Labcor

CETCD

Ecoloslte - a,b,c,d,e,t

Loglball

JNE Chemicals

ERE - a,b,c,d,e,t FllterSense - a,b,c,d,e,t

Mueller Canada

Charles Tennant &

ERE-d

Parkson

Millennium Control -

Fisher Scientific Canada -

Fisher Scientific Canada -

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

The BIrks Company

Company ClearTech

a,b,c,d,e,t

Hetek Solutions

a,b,c,d,e

Renaissance Instruments

Omega Engineering - a,b,c,d

CATCH BASIN

Ecolo Odor Control

Highland Tank - d

Sanltherm Engineering

PIzer - d

COMPONENTS

Interra Environmental -

USFIIter

Purities ES - c

Con Cast Pipe

Systems Geneq

Ecolo Odor Control

General Chemical

Labcor - d

Systems

Performance Products

RACO Manufacturing and

a,b,c,d,e,t

Liquid Waste Technology -

CDMMINUTORS/GRINDERS

Siva & Associates

Hayward Gordon

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems - e Summa Engineering -

Hetek Solutions -

Freedom Plastics

Jurassic Activated Carbon

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Hydro-Logic Environmental

MIDX

Safety Express - a,d

DIrectrIk

Technologies

Interra Environmental

PHIX

Scantron - e

Envlrocan

IPEX

Praxair Canada

TrI-Phase Environmental -

Franklin Miller

Mueller Canada

Pristine Hydrochemlcal Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

TSL Aerospace

Technologies

Rhomar Industries

USFIIter

JNE Chemicals

Engineering Napler-Reld Pro Aqua + Shadrack

USFIIter Control Systems a,b,c,d,e

Labcor - a,b,d,e,t

VIdex - d

LE Washington Sales - e

PSI Pump Systems

CONCRETE

Lotowater Technical

a. reinforcement

USFIIter

Metcon Sales &

CEMENT

Stiles-Kem

VYTAC Spill Technologies - d

USFIIter

Wessuc - a,b,c,t

CENTRIFUGES

CHLORINATION SYSTEMS

CLEARWELL EQUIPMENT

Sanltherm Engineering

ACG Technology Al D Driver Consulting

C&M Environmental

Envlrocan

ZMI/Portec Chemical

Technologies

H2FI0W Equipment

100 Environmental Science & Engineering,January 2005

Insitu Contractors -

ITT Flygt - a,b,e

Vector Process Equipment

IPEX

a,b,c,d,e

a,b,c,d,e,t H. Fontaine - a

Telog Instruments - d,e Troy-Ontor - a

H2FI0W Equipment Hayward Gordon

- a,b,c

Hach - a,b

Hanna Instruments - a,t

Aqua Technical Sales

JNE Chemicals

b,t

a,d Geneq - a,b,e Greyllne Instruments - a,b H2FI0W Equipment - a,b

C&M Environmental

ENV Treatment Systems

b,c

Engineering - c,e

a

Environmental Analytical Systems - a,b

Processing

a,b,c,d,e

Kurz Instruments - a

Levltt-Satety - a,b,c,d,e,t

equipment StelCrete Industries - a

Services - e

Markland Specialty Engineering - b


Guide to Environmental Products & Services

Metcon Sales &

Engineering - a,b,d,e,t Millennium Control -

a,b,c,cl,e,f MJK North America -

a,b,c,d,e,f

Omega Engineering a,b,d,e,f Ordan Thermal Products -

a,b,c,d,e,f

Dagex

CUSTOM METAL

DECOMMISSIONING

Directrik

FABRICATING

Ozonia North America

XLB Water Solutions

ENV Treatment Systems

Highland Tank

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic

IPF

Interra Environmental

Pro Aqua -r Shadrack

Metal Systems

Daklns Engineering

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Directrik

Metalfab

Landmark Tank and Tower

PSI Pump Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

Sanltherm Engineering

Metcon Sales &

Metalfab

CUSTOM PLASTIC

Lotowater Technical

Metcon Sales &

FABRICATING

Environmental Maharex

Engineering

PML Process Technology

Parkson

ProMlnent Fluid Controls -

Power Plant Supply

Services

Dynamic Plastic Solutions King Metal Fabricators

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

DATA

Power Plant Supply - c,d,e

Renold Canada

a. acquisition

Pressure Systems - h PSI Pump Systems -

Sanltherm Engineering Serpentlx Conveyor

a,h,c

MlOX Nelson Environmental

Aquahlast International Water Supply

h. analysis c. loggers d. management

Services

Restoration Environmental Contractors

Simpson Environmental

Zenon Environmental DRUM COMPACTORS

Engineering

Smith & Loveless

Rocky Mountain

Trojan Technologies Troy Environmental

Safety Storage

Sonic Soil Sampling

USFIIter/Wallace & TIernan

Team-1 Environmental

XLB Water Solutions

Environmental

DUST COLLECTION Alharrle Canada

Services Tri-Phase Environmental

DISSOLVED AIR FLOTATION

Durpro

ALTECH Technology

Systems

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

TSL Aerospace Technologies

ABB Inc. - a,c

Aqua Technical Sales

DREDGES/DREDGING

Renaissance Instruments -

USFilter

Acqiris USA - a

C&M Environmental

Al D Driver Consulting

Duall

USFIIter/Asdor

Akrulogic - a,c

Consolidated GIroux

ENV Treatment Systems

Vanderheken Enterprises

AIIMax Professional

Dorr-Oliver Elmco

Ecoloslte Lahcor

FllterSense Flex-Kleen

ENV Treatment Systems

Liquid Waste Technology

Hazmasters

Fluldyne

RMS Enviro Solv Scantron

KraemerTool & Mfg.

a,h,c,d,e

a,h Rudi Kovacko & Associates -e

Wainbee

Scott Specialty Gases - d

Solutions - d

Alpha Controls and

SeaMetrlcs - a

COOLING TOWERS/

Sensus Metering Systems - a

CONDENSERS

Instrumentation - c

Aquahlast

OEGRIHERS

Technologies Directrik

Blothermica Technologies

Siemens Milltronics - a,h,d

Ecodyne

AMKO Systems - a,c Ashtead Technology

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Environmental

Siva & Associates

Freedom Plastics

Avensys - a,c,d

John Meunler

DRILLING SERVICES

SPD Sales - a,h,c,d,e,f

JNE Chemicals

Bestohell Aquatronix

Maharex

ALTECH Drilling &

Sterling Power Systems - c

Lahcor

Bristol Bahcock - a,h,c,d

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Stevens Water Monitoring

USFilter

Can-Am Instruments - c

Sanltherm Engineering

Atlas Dewatering

Cancoppas- a Daklns Engineering - a Davis Controls - a,h Elster Metering - c Endress + Hauser - a,h,c,d

Smith & Loveless USFilter Envlrex Products

Insitu Contractors

International Water Supply

EDUCTORS

Vector Process Equipment

Lotowater Technical

AWI

Systems - h

Syntec Process Equipment - a,h,c,d,e,f

CORROSION PREVENTION Arizona Instrument

The Birks Company - a,h,d,e

ClearTech

Troy-Ontor- a

Denso North America

USFIIter

Fabricated Plastics Freedom Plastics

WesTech

Investigative Services

Services

Sonic Soil Sampling

Lahcor Metcon Sales &

Engineering

Pneu-Tech Systems Wheelahrator Air Pollution Contol

Chemllne Plastics Insitu Contractors

Environmental Analytical

DEMINERALIZERS

Aqua Technical Sales

DRINKING WATER

H2FI0W Equipment

Systems - a,c FllterSense - a,c,d

TREATMENT EQUIPMENT

ITW Devcon Futura

Fisher Scientific Canada - a

Durpro Ecodyne

Geneq-c

KInetIco Canada

Alex Milne Associates

a. sewage

JNE Chemicals

Hach-c

PSI Pump Systems

ALTECH Technology

Aqua Technical Sales - a

CONTROL PANELS

Lahcor

Hanna Instruments -

Sanltherm Engineering

Landmark Tank and Tower

a,h,c,d Hetek Solutions - a,h,c,d

Smith & Loveless

Systems Aqua Technical Sales

Engineered Pump Systems

ABB Inc.

TD Rooke Associates

AWI

ENV Treatment Systems - a

Baker Tanks

KSB Pumps - a

C&M Environmental

Metcon Sales &

USFilter Control Systems a,h,c,d,e Valve & Filter - a

Vanderheken Enterprises

Bestohell Aquatrcnix

Coatings

Services

Metcon Sales &

ADI International

EJECTORS

-a

Can-Am Instruments

Pipe Specialties Pristine Hydrochemlcal

Lahcor - h,c

DEWATERING SERVICES

Cancoppas

Rhomar Industries

Levitt-Safety - a,h,c,d

Al D Driver Consulting

ClearTech

Stiles-Kem

Metcon Sales &

in Flygt

Calgon Carbon

Smith & Loveless - a

Directrik

COVERS/ENCLOSURES

Millennium Control - a,h,c

DIALERS

Engineered Pump Systems

(DIGESTER, ETC.)

MJK North America - a

a. automatic alarm

Chlorlnators Inc. ClearTech Dorr-Ollver Elmco

International Water Supply

ENV Treatment Systems

C&M Environmental

Monarch Instrument - a,c

h. microprocessor c. synthesized voice

Durpro

Lahcor

Endress + Hauser

PSI Pump Systems LE Washington Sales

Bristol Bahcock

Daklns Engineering

ERE

Hoskin Scientific - a,c

Engineering

Engineering - d

Technologies

Omega Engineering - a,h,c

Pressure Systems - c PSI Pump Systems - c

d. tape

ENV Treatment Systems

Pulsar - a,h,c,d Purifies ES - a,h,c,d

Daklns Engineering - a,h Engineered Pump Systems

Hetek Solutions

Envlrocan

RACO Manufacturing and

Highland Tank

Greatarlo

Hoffman

H2FI0W Equipment

in Flygt John Brooks

Hoffman Lahcor

Maple Leaf Environmental

Layfleld Geosynthefics

Filter Innovations

Directrik

FllterSense Hanna Instruments

Engineered Fiberglass

Hayward Gordon

Composites

Can-Am Instruments - c,d

Technologies

ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems

Engineering - a

ELECTRIC MOTORS

SEW-Eurodrlve

Sterling Power Systems

H2FI0W Equipment Hach

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Metcon Sales &

International Pump

a. equipment

Engineering - a,c Millennium Control - a,h

John Meunler

SeaMetrlcs - c

Pulsar - a,h,c,d

Keystone Filter

Baker Tanks

Sensus Metering Systems

SPD Sales - a,h,c,d Telog Instruments - a

KInetIco Canada

CCOHS

Lahcor

Cummins Power Rent

Maharex

Engineering - c Renaissance Instruments c

-a

Metcon Sales &

Nelson Environmental

Engineering

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Siva & Associates

Millennium Control

Shelter Works

Stevens Water Monitoring

DISINFECTION EQUIP.

Omega Engineering

SPD Sales

Ordan Thermal Products

Summit Structures

Systems - a,h,c,d Telog Instruments - a,h,c,d

C&M Environmental

-a

Technology

h. services

Aquahlast

PML Process Technology

USFilter Envlrex Products

USFilter Control Systems - a

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Draeger Canada Echelon Response & Training Fielding Chemical Technologies

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Vector Process Equipment

VIdex - c

Calgon Carbon

MS Filter

Fisher Scientific Canada

PSI Pump Systems

WesTech

WellDat - d

Chlorlnators Inc.

Napler-Reld

Hazmasters

ClearTech

Parkson

Inflcon

Siva & Associates

Aqua Technical Sales

Technologies

Metcon Sales &

Engineering MlOX

Sterling Power Systems

CULVERTS

OECHLORINATORS

Durpro

PML Process Technology

Interra Environmental

Summa Engineering Troy-Ontor

a. polyethylene h. precast reinforced

C&M Environmental

Ecolo Odor Control

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Lahcor

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Levitt-Safety

PSI Pump Systems Simpson Environmental

Metcon Sales &

Smith & Loveless SPD Sales

Restoration Environmental

Technologies

Systems

Chlorlnators Inc.

ENV Treatment Systems

c. refining

Indachem

Environmental Analytical

WesTech

d. steel fabricated

Lahcor

ZMI/Portec Chemical

Armtec - a,c,d

Metcon Sales &

USFilter

USFilter Control Systems

Processing

concrete

Con Cast Pipe - h CDRM Construction Sewer

CONVEYORS

Aqua Technical Sales C&M Environmental

Technologies

& Watermain - a,h,c,d

Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute - c,d Ideal Pipe - a

Engineering

Systems H2FI0W Equipment

Megator

Engineering

Hazmasters

Stiles-Kem

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Indachem

Troy Environmental

RMS Enviro Solv

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

John Meunler

USFilter

Rocky Mountain

PSI Pump Systems

Lahcor

USFIIter/Wallace & TIernan

SPD Sales

Metcon Sales &

USFilter Zimpro Products UV Pure Technologies

USFilter/Wallace STiernan

Engineering

Contractors

Environmental

SEI Industries Summit Structures

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Products Team-1 Environmental Services

Guide to Environmental Products & Services i.-'t

Milton Roy Pristine Hydrochemlcal

Dorr-Ollver Elmco

Durpro

Service Filtration of Canada

C&M Environmental

Technologies

Greyllne Instruments John Meunler Metcon Sales &

The Pressure Pipe Inspection Company

Filter Innovations Flex-Kleen

Sethco Smith & Loveless

Cancoppas

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Trans Environmental

PSI Pump Systems

HZFlow Equipment

Sonltec

Endress + Hauser

MJK North America

Systems - a

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Daklns Engineering

Engineering

Sanltherm Engineering

Hazmasters

Stormwater Management

Hetek Solutions

Pulsar

SPD Sales

Highland Tank

Troy-Ontor

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Stiles-Kem

International Water Supply

SPD Sales

Career Advancement

USFIIter/Wallace STIernan

John Meunler

TSL Aerospace Technologies

Levitt-Safety Metcon Sales & Engineering Pulsar

Jurassic Activated Carbon

USFIIter

Senses Metering Systems

GAS DETECTION

KInetIco Canada

USFIIter Dewatering

Siemens Mllltronlcs

Employment Services FILTER EQUIPMENT

Siva & Associates

Akrulogic Alpha Controls and

USFIIter ZImpro Products UV Pure Technologies

FLOW METERS

AMKO Systems

Meflag

Valve & Filter

ABB Inc.

Analytical Technology

PSI Pump Systems

Waterra Pumps

ACG Technology

Arizona Instrument

ENVIRONMENTAL SITE

ACG Technology

Komllne-Sanderson

ASSESSMENTS &

ADI International

Labcor

REMEDIATION

Albarrle Canada

Mabarex

aboutREMEDIATION Acorus Restoration

Aqua Technical Sales AWI

Baker Tanks

Baker Tanks

Service Filtration of

Bennett Environmental

Blothermica Technologies

Biotech Solutions

C&M Environmental

C3 Environmental

Technologies

Renaissance Instruments

Canada

Systems

Instrumentation

WesTech

Akrulogic

Avensys

XLB Water Solutions

Alpha Controls and

AWA Instruments

USFIIter

York Fluid Controls

USFIIter Dewatering

Zenon Environmental

AMKO Systems

Bestobell Aquatronix BW Technologies

FIRE PROTECTION &

Avensys Bestobell Aquatronix

Canadian Safety Equipment

DETECTION SYSTEMS

C&M Environmental

Can-Am Instruments

Systems

Instrumentation

Ecoloslte

ClearTech

Elemental Controls Filter Innovations

Dagex

Gator Canada Hetek Solutions

Dorr-Dliver Elmco

FILTER PRESSES

Canadian Safety

Parkson

Equipment Daklns Engineering

Can-Am Instruments

CEA Instruments

Interra Environmental

Durpro ENV Treatment Systems

Cancoppas

CEM Specialties

Latlmat

Envlrocan

FILTERS

Davis Controls

Challenge Environmental

PCB Disposal

Fabricated Plastics

AC Carbone Canada

Draeger Canada

USFIIter ZImpro Products

Daklns Engineering

Technologies

Systems

Cancoppas

Chlorlnators Inc. Controlotron

Presto Products

Filter Innovations

ACG Technology

Hazmasters

Chemline Plastics

PSI Pump Systems

Flex-Kleen

ADI International

Highland Tank

Controlotron

Davis Controls

Restoration Environmental

Freedom Plastics

Albarrle Canada

Labcor

Daklns Engineering

Demesa

H2FI0W Equipment

Alex Milne Associates

Levitt-Safety

Davis Controls

Draeger Canada

Hayward Gordon

Aqua Technical Sales

Net Safety Monitoring

Endress + Hauser

Environmental Analytical

Siva & Associates

Environmental Analytical

Contractors Sonic Environmental

Highland Tank

AWI

Insitu Contractors

Baker Tanks

Team-1 Environmental

International Water Supply

Services TrI-Phase Environmental

John Brooks

Blo-Mlcroblcs C&M Environmental

Waterloo Barrier

Keystone Filter KInetIco Canada

CompreVac Dagex

ENVIRONMENTAL

Komllne-Sanderson

Dorr-Ollver Elmoo

SOFTWARE

Labcor

Dosmatic USA

ALTECH Technology

Mabarex

Draeger Canada

Maple Leaf Environmental Meflag

Solutions Summit Structures

Systems FllterSense

Intelex Technologies Loraday Environmental MEGTEC Systems

John Meunler

Metcon Sales &

Engineering M. LeBlanc & Associates MS Filter

Systems

Daklns Engineering

Systems ERE

FLOCCULATORS/MIXERS

Fisher Scientific Canada

Fisher Scientific Canada

ABS Pumps ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales

Flomotlon Systems

Geneq

Forestry Suppliers Geneq Greyllne Instruments

Hazmasters

ENV Treatment Systems Geneq Hayward Gordon

Hach

Indachem

Durpro Ecodyne ENV Treatment Systems

Indachem

Insitu Contractors

Technologies

Dorr-Ollver Elmco

Halogen Valve Systems Hetek Solutions

Hetek Solutions

Inflcon

Hoskin Scientific

John Meunler Labcor

JNE Chemicals

Kurz Instruments

John Meunler

Labcor

Levitt-Safety Lineman's Testing

Envlrocan

Maple Leaf Environmental

Environmental Analytical

Napler-Reld

Levitt-Safety Maple Leaf Environmental

Metcon Sales &

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Simpson Environmental

Metcon Sales &

Systems

Marsh-McBirney

Laboratories

Engineering

Nelson Environmental

ERE

PRODUCTS

Orival Water Filters

Fabricated Plastics

Smith & Loveless

Armtec

Performance Fluid

Filter Innovations Fisher Scientific Canada

TD Rooke Associates USFIIter

MJK North America

Nova Analytical Systems Omega Engineering

WesTech

Omega Engineering PML Process Technology

PML Process Technology

EROSION CONTROL

Forestry Suppliers

Equipment

Engineering Milton Roy

Micro-Watt Controls

Net Safety Monitoring

Layfleld Geosynthetlcs

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Flex-Kleen

North American Green

PSI Pump Systems

Freedom Plastics

Presto Products

Sanltherm Engineering

Geneq H2FI0W Equipment

FLOTATION SYSTEMS

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

RAE Systems

SEI Industries

Aqua Technical Sales

PSI Pump Systems

Rocky Mountain

Service Filtration of

Hazmasters

Baycor Fibre Tech

Pulsar

Renaissance Instruments

EVAPORATORS a. wastewater

Canada

ACG Technology - a

Sethco

Labcor

Simpson Environmental Stormwater Management Troy-Ontor

Mechtronix Systems - a

Highland Tank

C&M Environmental

Ideal Pipe International Pump Technology

ENV Treatment Systems

International Water Supply

Filter Innovations

Sensus Metering Systems

H2FI0W Equipment Huber Technology Hydrocal Hydro-Logic Environmental

Siemens Mllltronlcs

FANS

USFIIter

John Brooks

Canadian Safety Equipment

John Meunler

Technologies Dorr-Oliver Elmco

Ordan Thermal Products

Environmental

Scott Specialty Gases

Safety Express

Siva & Associates

Scott Specialty Gases

SPD Sales

SeaMetrlcs

Team-1 Environmental Services

USFIIter/Wallace & TIernan

Duall

USFIIter Dewatering Systems USFIIter ZImpro Products

Fabricated Plastics

UV Pure Technologies

Komllne-Sanderson

Komllne-Sanderson

Levitt-Safety

Valve & Filter

Labcor

Labcor

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems Syntec Process Equipment

Pneu-Tech Systems

Vanderbeken Enterprises

Mabarex

Mabarex

USFIIter

GATES (SHEAR, SLUICE, ETC.)

Keystone Filter KInetIco Canada

Siva & Associates

SPD Sales

GASES (CALIBRATION) Demesa

WesTech

Maple Leaf Environmental

M. LeBlanc & Associates

USFIIter/Wallace & TIernan

Armtec

XLB Water Solutions

Meflag

Napler-Reld

Valve & Filter

FEEDERS (CHEMICAL)

York Fluid Controls

Metcon Sales &

Parkson

Vanderbeken Enterprises

ClearTech

Zenon Environmental

Avensys BNW Valve Manufacturing ENV Treatment Systems Environmental Analytical Systems

Strobic Air

Engineering

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Sanltherm Engineering

FLUMES

Ecolo Odor Control

FILTER MEDIA/

Nelson Environmental

USFIIter

Avensys

Systems Firing Industries Hayward Gordon ICR Water Technologies

MAINTENANCE

Orival Water Filters

USFIIter Envlrex Products

Can-Am Instruments

H. Fontaine

AC Carbone Canada

Parkson

Vector Process Equipment

Albarrle Canada

Performance Fluid

WesTech

Anthrafllter Media & Coal

Engineered Fiberglass Composites ENV Treatment Systems

Power Plant Supply Pro Aqua + Shadrack Troy-Ontor

FLOW METER

Environmental Analytical

Dosmatic USA

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Indachem

Aqua Technical Sales

Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack

John Meunler

AWI

PSI Pump Systems

CALIBRATION

Metalfab

Baker Tanks

Purifies ES

ABB Inc.

Fabricated Plastics

Albarrle Canada

Metcon Sales &

Blo-Mlcrobics

Sanltherm Engineering

ACG Technology

Flomotlon Systems

Alpha Controls and

Dagex

SEI Industries

Akrulogic

Geneq

Engineering

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Systems

GAUGES

Instrumentation


Guide to Environmental Products & Services

Bestobell Aquatronix

AC Carhone Canada

MJK North America - q

C&M Environmental

ADi international

Purifies ES - g Safety Storage - d

INSTRUMENTATION

Davis Controls

a. air velocity

Monarch Instrument - a,r

ERE

AirSep

SEi industries - d

b. calibration

Technologies Calgon Carbon

Fisher Scientific Canada

ALTECH Technology

Sonic Environmental

c. dissolved oxygen

Net Safety Monitoring b,P,q,s

John Brooks Labcor

Systems Avensys

Solutions - a,b,c,d,e,f,g Spill Management - e

Metcon Sales &

Baker Tanks Bear Tanks

Engineering

d. dust indicators

Omega Engineering a,b,c,g,r,u

Summit Structures

e. dynamometers

Ordan Thermal Products -

f. geotechnical g. groundwater monitoring h. meteorological

Omega Engineering

Biotech Solutions

Team-1 Environmental Services

Piast-O-Matic Valves

C3 Environmental

Tri-Phase Environmental -

PSi Pump Systems Scott Specialty Gases

Calgon Carbon

b,c

monitors

a,q,r

CiearTech

Durpro ENV Treatment Systems

H2Fiow Equipment John Meunier

Pine Environmental -

Kinetico Canada

Metcon Sales &

i. mobile lab equipment j. particle generators k. pilot tubes

a,b,c,f,g,hj,m,s,u PML Process Technology a,b,c,d,h,m,o,p,q,u Power Plant Supply - n Praxair Canada - b

Engineering

Siva & Associates

Crucial

TSL Aerospace Technologies

SPD Sales

Dagex

USFilter

i.

m. repair

Pressure Systems - g,h

ERE

HEAT EXCHANGERS

n. scales

GENERATORS-ELfCTRICAL

Filter innovations

Simpson Environmental

C&M Environmental

p. smoke indicators &

Royce Technologies - c,o

Zenon Environmental

insitu Contractors

Geneq Highland Tank Hydro Quip

Aqua Technical Sales Aquahlast

0. sludge blanket level

Caterpillar

ProMinent Fluid Controls - g Pulsar - q RAE Systems - s Service Filtration of

WesTech

Labcor

Labcor

Directrik

SE! Industries

LandSaga Biogeographicai Levitt-Safety

ERE

r.

Labcor

s, toxicity monitors

Siva & Associates

MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Lotowater Technical

Napier-Reid

t. tube settlers

SPD Sales - all of above

CCOHS

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems - c,g,hj,q,u Syntec Process Equipment

(ANALYTICAL)

Syntec Process Equipment

ERE

GEOTEXTILES

CiearTech

Duail

rental

control

Technologies

alarms

q. systems & control thermometers

Pneu-Tech Systems

u. turbidimeters

Atlas Dewatering

Maple Leaf Environmental

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

CETCO

Megator

ABB inc. - b,c,q,r,u Akrulogic - a,b,d,g,h,j,p,q Alpha Controls and

Armtec

Services

ENV Treatment Systems

Met-Pro

Purifies ES TD Rooke Associates

Layfieid Geosynthetics

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Vector Process Equipment

Modutank

HOSES

Napier-Reid Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems Sanitherm Engineering Smith & Loveless

Canada - u

Siemens Miiltronics - J

- a,r

ISO 14000 ENV.

LABORATORIES CiearTech

Teiog instruments - g Troy-Ontor - q

Fisher Scientific Canada

AMKO Systems - a,b,d

USFilter

Team-1 Environmental

Instrumentation -

a,b,h,m,q,r

Modutank

Oil Skimmers

MiOX

GRIT COLLECTION

Parkson

Baker Tanks

Analytical Technology - c,u

USFilter Control Systems -

Aqua Technical Sales

Pine Environmental

Aquatic Life - c,g,h,i

C&M Environmental

Purifies ES

Regenesis

Ashtead Technology Avensys - c,d,g,h,i,s,u

q USFilter/Wailace & Tiernan

Technologies Dagex

Ciaessen Pumps ENV Treatment Systems in Fiygt

Sanitherm Engineering

Labcor

Bestobell Aquatronix

Vlatran - q

Derrick

SPD Sales

Bosch Security Systems -

Westbay instruments - g

- u

Hach Services LABORATORY SUPPLIES

Aquatic Lite CiearTech Fisher Scientific Canada

Dorr-Oliver Eimco

Summit Structures

Levitt-Safety Novatiex Group

ENV Treatment Systems

Tri-Phase Environmental

Pneu-Tech Systems

Bristol Babcock - b,q

INSURANCE

Geneq

Envirocan

Troy Environmental

Proco Products

Can-Am instruments -

a. environmental

Hach

Fiuidyne H2FI0W Equipment Huher Technology Napier-Reid

USFilter USFilter Envirex Products

RMS Enviro Solv SEI industries

b. professional liability

Hanna instruments

Cancoppas - a,c,o,q,u

ahoutREMEDIATiON - a

Labcor

Waterloo Barrier

Wainbee York Fluid Controls

Challenge Environmental Systems - s CiearTech - c,g,j,n,o,u

CMD insurance Services -

LaMotte

WesTech

Parkson

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering

Folio instruments

P

b,c,i,o,u

HAZARDOUS WASTE

HYDROGEN SULFIOE

Controiotron - i,q

ION EXCHANGE SYSTEMS

ADI international

Dakins Engineering -

Aqua Technical Sales

h. disposal

USFilter Envirex Products

c. management

INCINERATOR SYSTEMS/

Davis Controls - a,c,g,o,p,q

Vector Process Equipment

d. storage e. training f, transfer facility g. treatment Aquahlast - a,h Baker Tanks - a,h,c,d,e,f,g

EQUIPMENT

AMKO Systems Aqua Technical Sales Bennett Environmental

Emerson Process

GROUNOWATER MONITORING

ALTECH Drilling &

investigative Services

Bennett Environmental -

Systems

ALTECH Technology Systems

Biotech Solutions - g

Met-Pro

Avensys

Clean Harbors Canada -

Ordan Thermal Products

Davis Controls ERE

Geneq Hach Heron instruments Hoskin Scientific Inticon

h,c,d,f,g

Biothermica Technologies

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

Containment Technology

Ecoiosite - a,b,c,d,e,t

Interra Environmental

Elemental Controls

Labcor

Fisher Scientific Canada -

Metcon Sales &

Engineering

PML Process Technology Pro Aqua + Shadrack Pro-Environmental

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

Earth Tech Canada - b,g Echelon Response & Training - e

International Water Supply

Levitt-Satety Maple Leaf Environmental

MEGTEC Systems

LANDFILL a. closure

Demesa

Technologies Calgon Carbon

Draeger Canada - b,i,m,q

CiearTech

c, gas compressors

Elemental Controls

Durpro Ecodyne

e. operations

Management - u

Filter innovations

f. ieachate & gas wells

Endress + Hauser -

Kinetico Canada

g. ieachate pumps

Labcor

ADi international

Metcon Sales &

ALTECH Drilling &

b,c,m,o,u

Environmental Analytical

Systems -

Engineering

a,b,c,d,h,k,l,m,r,s,u ERE - a,b,c,f,g,h,l,m,r,s,u Fabricated Plastics - q FiiterSense - d,q Fisher Scientific Canada -

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

a,b,c,d,i,j,l,m,n,q,r,s,u

PRODUCTS/SERVICES

Folio instruments - c

Canadian Safety

Forestry Suppliers - g,h,r,u

Equipment

Environmental Analytical

Systems

SPD Sales

C&M Environmental

P.q.r.u

Ecoio Odor Control

Nasco Canada

Scott Specialty Gases

a. collection

Smith & Loveless

WesTech

a,b

Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSi Pump Systems

b. construction d. ieachate treatment

investigative Services - f AnoxKaldnes - d Bear Tanks -d

Smith & Loveless

Biotech Solutions - d

TD Rooke Associates

CETCO - a,b

USFilter

Dagex-d

WesTech

Ecolo Odor Control

IRON REMOVAL PLANTS

Systems - e Engineered Pump Systems

Geneq - a,c,f,g,h,m,n,o,r,u

Aqua Technical Sales

Hach - b,c,g,i,i,m,n,p,s,u

C&M Environmental

H2Fiow Equipment - d

Hanna instruments -

Technologies Durpro

Hetek Solutions - e

ENV Treatment Systems

LandSaga Biogeographicai

- g

Fluorescent Lamp Recyciers - a,b,c,d,e,f,g

Hazmasters

c,g,l,r,u Hetek Solutions - b,l,m,o,s

Keystone Filter

Hoskin Scientific -

H2Fiow Equipment

Hazmasters - d

Kurz instruments

international Water Supply

Met-Pro - d

Kinetico Canada

M. LeBlanc & Associates -

d,e

Fisher Scientific Canada

MJK North America

Highland Tank - d,g

Levitt-Safety

Pressure Systems Stevens Water Monitoring Systems

interra Environmental -

Pine Environmental

a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,n,r,u inficon - g,s International Water Supply

a,b,c,d,e,f,g Labcor - b,g

RAE Systems Scott Specialty Gases

-g Labcor -

USFilter

Metcon Sales &

Strobic Air

Waterra Pumps Westhay Instruments

LaMotte - c,u

Napier-Reid Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSi Pump Systems

M. LeBlanc & Associates -

INFORMATION

Levitt-Safety - all of above

Smith & Loveless

RESOURCES

Metcon Sales &

WesTech

GROUNDWATER

g Modutank - d

ahoutREMEDIATiON

Engineering -

REMEDIATION/

PCB Disposal

Canadian Brownfieids

c,g,j,n,o,q,s,u

EQUIPMENT

PROECO - a,b,c,d,e,t,g

ahoutREMEDIATiON

Pulsar - c

Engineering - f

Network

CMD Insurance Services

Metcon Sales &

Engineering

b,g,h,i,m,n,o,p,q,r,u

Micro-Watt Controls -

a,l,i,m,p,q,s

Highland Tank - d -d

d

Napier-Reid - d Parkson - d

Pencon Equipment - c PML Process Technology d

Presto Products - a,b

Pro Aqua + Shadrack - d IRON REMOVAL SYSTEMS

Purifies ES - d

Aqua Technical Sales

Renaissance instruments -

AWi

d

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Products Simpson Environmental - d STANMECH Technologies - b

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems

USFilter - d

USFiiter Zimpro Products d

Smith & Loveless

Guide to Environmental Products & Services

USFilter

Siva & Associates SPD Sales - all of above

USFilter

WesTech

Sfevens Water Monitoring

USFilter Control Systems

Zenon Environmental

Systems - c,e,h,l

Viatran

MARKETING CONSULTANT

MECHANICAL

LEAK DETECTION

LIME SLAKERS

aboutREMEDIATION

TRANSMISSION EQUIP.

a. devices

ACG Technology

Adventis Technologies

b. services

Aqua Technical Sales

AGL Marketing

Advance Products &

C&M Environmental

GreenOaks

ACG Technology LE Washington Sales Power Plant Supply

Systems - a

Technologies

Communications

Albarrie Canada - b

Dorr-Oliver Eimco

Arizona Instrument - a

Firing Industries

MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS

Avensys- a

Indachem Metcon Sales &

a. charge

Bestobell Aquatronix

Engineering

Rencid Canada

C&M Environmental

a. installation equipment

Envirocan

d. dioxide

Geneq- a

Laytield Geosynthetics

Hetek Solutions - a,b

Logibail - a

j. other ABB Inc. - c,e,h,i,j ACG Technology - c,e,h Akrulogic -1 AMKO Systems - b Analytical Measurements

Highland Tank - a

Modutank

Analytical Technology -

Inficon - a

Novatlex Group - a

Labcor- a

STANMECH Technologies - a

b,c,e,t,h

Logibail - a

LOCATORS (PIPING, ETC.)

Aquatic Lite - all of above Ashtead Technology Avensys - b,c,e,t,h,l,j

Wletcon Sales &

Ditch Witch

AWA Instruments - c,e,h

Technologies Can-Am Instruments

Cover-All Building Systems Dagex

a,b,c,d,e,f Kurz instruments - a

Metcon Sales &

Labcor - b,e Levitt-Safety - all of above Markland Specialty

Mixing Systems

Engineering - h,j Metcon Sales &

SUPPLIES

Durpro

Omega Engineering -

Avensys

ENV Treatment Systems

a,b,e,f,j Pine Environmental - a,b PML Process Technology -

ERE

Fisher Scientific Canada Semite Products

Huber Technology

a,b,g,h,i,j

PSI Pump Systems - k

ABB Inc.

Akrulogic Alpha Controls and

b

Pulsar - all of above

Royce Technologies - j

Labcor

b,c,e,t,h Cancoppas - b,c,d,e,h ClearTech - a,b,c,d,e,t,g,h,l

Mabarex

Sensus Metering Systems

Siva & Associates

Omega Engineering - a Praxair Canada - a,b RAE Systems - a

LUBRICANTS

Draeger Canada - b,d,t

Alex Milne Associates

Elemental Controls

CompreVac

Emerson Process

Siva & Associates

Davis Controls

SPD Sales - a,b

ENV Treatment Systems

The Pressure Pipe

Labcor

Troy-Ontor - a

Rhomar Industries York Fluid Controls

LEVEL CONTROLS

MAINTENANCE HOLE

ABB Inc.

a. access hatches

Alpha Controls and

b. accessories

Instrumentation

Avensys Bestobell Aquatronix Bristol Babcock Can-Am Instruments

Cancoppas Dakins Engineering Davis Controls

Endress + Hauser

Engineered Pump Systems Environmental Analytical Systems Flomotlon Systems Greyline Instruments

c. separators

d. precast Canadian Safety Equipment - a,b,c

Cretex Specialty Products -b

Engineered Pump Systems -a

Hanson Pipe and Products Canada - d

Stormwater Management c

MANGANESE REMOVAL

Manna Instruments

SYSTEMS

Hetek Solutions

Aqua Technical Sales

Highland Tank in Flygt

C&M Environmental

Labcor

AWI

Technologies

b,c,e,h,i,) Environmental Analytical

Systems - b,c,d,e,t,h,i

Pine Environmental

Kentain Products Kinetico Canada

Inspection Company - b

Geneq Hach

John Meunier

Labcor

Endress + Hauser -

MONITORING WELL

ProMlnent Fluid Controls -

Bestobell Aquatronix

Management - b,c,e,t,h

Canada

TD Rooke Associates

Denso North America

Can-Am instruments -

a

Service Filtration of

Engineering - b,e,h,j,l

Hetek Solutions

Nova Analytical Systems -

Engineering

Monarch Instrument - a,e,f Neptune Technology - d,k

Geneq

Modutank - a Monarch Instrument - a

USFilter

USFilter/Asdor

MIXING EDUCTORS

h. pH

Engineering - a

a,b,f

TD Rooke Associates

Fluidyne Hayward Gordon

i. water

Levitt-Safety - a,b

Fisher Scientific Canada -

Hoskin Scientific -

LINERS

Labcor

ERE - a,b,c

Canada

Smith & Loveless

Hanna Instruments - b

g. peroxide

a

Systems - a,b,e,g,h,j

MEMBRANES

WesTech

Kentain Products - a

Service Filtration of

b. chlorine

Davis Controls - a

CETCO

Serpentix Conveyor

Elster Metering - d,f,k Environmental Analytical

c. conductivity

t. ozone

FllterSense - a,b

Draeger Canada - g

WesTech

USFilter/Wallace & Tiernan

Fisher Scientific Canada -

Rudi Kovacko & Associates

York Fluid Controls

Controlotron - a,b

Systems - a

Sanitherm Engineering

Forestry Suppliers - b

e. ORP

Draeger Canada - a

Demesa

Geneq - a,b,e,f,g,j,l Hach - b,h,j

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Sanitherm Engineering

Environmental Analytical

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Rudi Kovacko & Associates

ClearTech - a

CEA Instruments - a

Praxair Canada

Controlotron - b,d,g Davis Controls - a,b,e,g,h,l

Sterling Power Systems

ABS Pumps ACG Technology ALTECH Technology Systems Aqua Technical Sales

Can-Am Instruments - a

ClearTech - b,jj

Maple Leaf Environmental Metcon Sales &

Engineering

-k

Siemens Milltronics - e,f

MONITORS

Instrumentation

AMKO Systems Analytical Measurements

Siva & Associates

Arizona instrument

SPD Sales - a

Avensys

Modutank

Valve & Filter - k

AWA Instruments

Napier-Reid

XLB Water Solutions - k

M. LeBlanc & Associates

BW Technologies

Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

METERS (SERVICE &

Smith & Loveless

INSTALLATION)

Dakins Engineering

STANMECH Technologies

C&M Environmental

Draeger Canada

ERE

Summit Structures

FllterSense - a Fisher Scientific Canada -

USFilter

Can-Am Instruments

Technologies Demesa

CEM Specialties

FilterSense

Firing Industries

Vector Process Equipment

Hach

Hach

WesTech

Labcor

Hanna Instruments

Folio instruments - c,h,i Forestry Suppliers b,c,e,h,i

Zenon Environmental

Levitt-Safety Marsh-McBirney

Hazmasters

METER TESTING EQUIP.

Labcor

Geonics - c

Fisher Scientific Canada Siva & Associates

Neptune Technology PML Process Technology

b,c,h

Hach - b,c,d,e,t,h,i,j Hanna Instruments -

b,c,e,t,h,i

METERS (EQUIPMENT)

Pulsar

Marsh-McBirney

Siva & Associates

Metcon Sales &

Nova Analytical Systems

Hetek Solutions - b,i,j

a. air velocity

b. conductivity

MIXERS/AGITATORS

John Meunier -

c. lysimeters d. reading systems

ABS Pumps ACG Technology

e. recording f. remote reading

Archer Technical

Levitt-Safety - all of above Metcon Sales &

g. sewage gas

Directrik

Engineering - b,c,d,e,t,g,h MJK North America - e,h Monarch Instrument - h,j Omega Engineering b,c,e,t,h,i

h. i. j. k. 1.

sludge density smoke density suspended solids water consumption zeta potential

LE Washington Sales Levitt-Safety

Sensus Metering Systems

Indachem - e,h

b,c,d,e,t,h,l,j Labcor - c,e,t,h,i

Hetek Solutions

Engineering

Equipment

Omega Engineering

PML Process Technology Pressure Systems RAE Systems Royce Technologies

Dorr-Oliver Eimco

Siva & Associates

Engineered Pump Systems

SPD Sales

ENV Treatment Systems Firing Industries

Telog instruments USFilter

Fluidyne

Markland Specialty Engineering

Calgon Carbon

PML Process Technology -

ABB Inc. - b,e

Greatario

NOISE ABATEMENT

ClearTech

Hayward Gordon ICR Water Technologies

ProMlnent Fluid Controls -

IFF

Hazmasters

Millennium Control

Durpro H2FI0W Equipment International Water Supply

Akrulogic - a,i Alpha Controls and Instrumentation - a,h,j

SYSTEMS

Metcon Sales &

b,c,d,e,t,g,h,l,j Pressure Systems - i

AMKC Systems - a,i,J

in Flygt

Strobic Air

Engineering

b,c,d,e,t.g,h,l,j

Eckel Industries

MJK North America

KInetico Canada

Pulsar - all of above

Analytical Measurements - e

KSB Pumps

Omega Engineering

Mabarex

Purifies ES - h

Aquatic Life - b,j

Labcor

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

Pneu-Tech Systems Pressure Systems

Metcon Sales &

Royce Technologies - e,h

Landmark Tank and Tower

& SAFETY

PSI Pump Systems

MlOX

Arizona Instrument - g Ashtead Technology Avensys - b,f,g,h,j

Pulsar

Napier-Reid Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

Renaissance Instruments Siemens Milltronics Siva & Associates

SPD Sales

Engineering

Sanitherm Engineering Simpson Environmental

Sensus Metering Systems -i

Service Filtration of

Canada - e,h Siemens Millfronics - i

Simpson Environmental e,f

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Bestobell Aquatronix Can-Am Instruments - b,g,j Cancoppas - a,b,e,h,j CEA Instruments - g CEM Specialties - i

Services Metcon Sales &

Engineering

a. auditing b. information

Mixing Systems

c. products d. training

NETZSCH

e. software

Performance Fluid

Advance Products &

Equipment

Systems - c


Guide to Environmental Products & Services

Akrulogic - c

Oil Skimmers

OXYGEN SUPPLY

AMKO Systems - c Avensys-c

Purities ES

SYSTEMS

BW Technologies - c CCOHS - b,c,e

Canadian Safety Equipment - a,b,c

Rocky Mountain Environmental Sanbec SEI Industries

VYTAC Spill Technologies

Environmental Analytical Systems - c Fisher Scientific Canada -

a,b,c

Geneq-c Halogen Valve Systems - c Hazmasters - a,b,c,d

Hetek Solutions - a,b,c Intelex Technologies a,b,c Landmark Tank and Tower

Services - a,b,c

Levltt-Satety - a,b,c

OIL CONTENT DETECTORS

PIPE FiniNGS Advance Products &

Systems

AirSep

Met-Pro

Alpha Controls and

ENV Treatment Systems

Napler-Reid Plad Equipment Pro Aqua -r Shadrack

Levltt-Satety

SaniTech Communal

Baker Tanks

C3 Environmental

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Can-Am Instruments

Laser Diagnostic

Engineering

Aqua Technical Sales

Praxair Canada

Elemental Controls

Metcon Sales &

Systems

Instrumentation Armtec

PSI Pump Systems a,e,h,J,p,q,r,w Scarborough Supply - p Technical Support Services - v Brecon - m

Chemline Plastics

PIPELINE INSPECTION

Sanitherm Engineering

Douglas Barwick

Advance Products &

Serpentlx Conveyor

Fabricated Plastics Fisher Scientific Canada

Systems Hetek Solutions Scantron

OZONIZATION EQUIPMENT

Smith & Loveless

Aqua Technical Sales

USFilter Envlrex Products

Freedom Plastics

USFilter Jet Tech Products

IPEX

Metcon Sales &

Durpro ENV Treatment Systems

Labcor

Engineering

Environmental Analytical

Vector Process Equipment Waterloo Biotllter Systems WesTech

Ordan Thermal Products

PLATE SEHLERS

ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales

Instruments

Levltt-Satety

Systems

The Pressure Pipe Inspection Company

Novatlex Group

OIL IN WATER

Filter Innovations

Zenon Environmental

Pipe Specialties

DETECTORS

John Meunier

ZMI/Portec Chemical

Akrulogic Avensys

Levltt-Satety

Pneu-Tech Systems PSI Pump Systems

C&M Environmental

PACKAGE WATER

PIPE REHABILITATION

Dagex

AWA Instruments

Processing

Technologies

Metcon Sales &

Engineering

Monarch Instrument - c

Bestobell Aquatronix

Ozonia North America

TREATMENT SYSTEMS

Aquablast

Dorr-Oliver Eimco

Safety Express - c

Can-Am Instruments

ACG Technology

Chemline

Davis Controls

Sanitherm Engineering Simpson Environmental

ADI International

Cretex Specialty Products

Ecodyne ENV Treatment Systems

ERE

SPD Sales

Aqua Technical Sales

Denso North America

AWI

Loglball

C&M Environmental

TT Technologies

Spill Management - d

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Environmental

ODOUR CONTROL

Forestry Suppliers

AC Carbone Canada

Hach

PACKAGE EFFLUENT

ACG Technology

Heron Instruments

CONTROL SYSTEMS

ADI International

Highland Tank

ACG Technology

Dorr-Dllver Eimco

PIPE RENTALS

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

AlrSep

John Meunier

Durpro

Baker Tanks

USFilter

Alex Milne Associates

Laser Diagnostic

ALTECH Technology Systems

Ecodyne

RMS Enviro Solv

USFilter ZImpro Products

AWA Instruments

ENV Treatment Systems PIPING a. aluminum

PNEUMATIC LIFT

Technologies

ALTECH Technology Systems

Levltt-Satety

Engineered Pump Systems

Filter Innovations

Archer Technical

Metcon Sales &

ENV Treatment Systems Envlrocan

H2FI0W Equipment Highland Tank

Equipment

Instruments

Engineering

M. LeBlanc & Associates Parkson

STATIONS

b. asbestos cement

Aqua Technical Sales ENV Treatment Systems Smith & Loveless

Arizona Instrument

Pine Environmental

H2FI0W Equipment

Hydrocal

C&M Environmental

PML Process Technology Waterra Pumps

Hydrocal

ICR Water Technologies

c. box sewers d. carbon/stainless steel

Maple Leaf Environmental

John Meunier

e. cast Iron

Met-Pro

Kinetico Canada

t. concrete-non pressure

Cartier Chemicals

OIITWATER SEPARATORS

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Make-Way Environmental

g. concrete-pressure

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

Clean Gas Systems

Abanaki

Pulsar

h. copper/brass

(BOOTS, GLOVES,

ClearTech

ACG Technology

Simpson Environmental

1. corrugated

GOGGLES, SUITS, ETC.)

Daklns Engineering

Al D Driver Consulting

ERE

Dosmatic USA

Aqua Technical Sales

PACKAGE SEWAGE

MlOX

Duall

Baker Tanks

LIFT STATIONS

MS Filter

j. ductile iron k. tibreglass 1. glass-lined

Ecolo Odor Control

BaySaver Technologies

Napler-Reld

m Insulated

Hazmasters

Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

n. jacketed steel

Interra Environmental

0. microtunnel

Loraday Environmental

Purities ES

p. polyethylene

Praxair Canada

Sanitherm Engineering Simpson Environmental

q. polypropylene

Rocky Mountain

Smith & Loveless

s. pvc

Troy Environmental USFilter Zimpro Products

t. PVDF

PUMP DESIGN

u. secondary containment

Abba Pump Parts &

WesTech

V. steel

Zenon Environmental

w. tubing

ZMI/Portec Chemical

X. vitrified clay

Technologies

Calgon Carbon

Filter Innovations

Crucial

Flex-Kleen

Dagex

H2FI0W Equipment

Davis Controls

HydraLogic Systems

ENV Treatment Systems

ABS Pumps Aqua Technical Sales Atlas Dewatering Engineered Pump Systems Gorman-Rupp of Canada Hayward Gordon HydraLogic Systems in Flygt

Hydro-Logic Environmental

Envlrocan

John Brooks

Indachem

ERE

John Brooks

Filter Innovations

Systems

Blo-Mlcrobics

ENV Treatment Systems

Can-Am Instruments

Fabricated Plastics

Con Cast Pipe

Mabarex

H2FI0W Equipment

KSB Pumps Plad Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack

MEGTEC Systems

Hamilton Tanks

PSI Pump Systems

Metcon Sales &

Highland Tank

RudI Kovacko & Associates

Engineering

Technologies Maple Leaf Environmental Metcon Sales & Engineering

r. precast concrete

y. other Armtec - l,p,v,w

Processing

Hydro-Logic Environmental

Sanitherm Engineering

PCB TREATMENT/

Atlas Dewatering

Nelson Environmental

Hydro Quip

Smith & Loveless

STORAGE

Baker Tanks

Ordan Thermal Products

Indachem

Chemline Plastics -

Pro Aqua -r Shadrack

Interra Environmental

PACKAGE SEWAGE

Bennett Environmental Biotech Solutions

PROECO

JNE Chemicals

TREATMENT PLANTS

ConTech - PCB

Pro-Environmental

Kaeser Compressors

Sanitherm Engineering

Labcor

Simpson Environmental

Mabarex

ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales Aquapoint

TankSate

Blo-Mlcroblcs

USFIIter

Maple Leaf Environmental Megator

Containment Technology Fluorescent Lamp Recyclers Ivey International

C&M Environmental

PCB Disposal

USFIIter/Wallace & Tiernan

M. LeBlanc & Associates

PROECO

Oil Skimmers

Technologies Dagex

Parkson

Dorr-Ollver Eimco

Sonic Environmental

ACG Technology

Pro Aqua + Shadrack Preceptor

Engineered Pump Systems ENV Treatment Systems

Solutions TrI-Phase Environmental

Baker Tanks

Purities ES

Envlrocan

Cartier Chemicals

Rocky Mountain

Filter Innovations

PIPE DESIGN

Fluldyne H2FI0W Equipment

Armtec

PIPE EQUIPMENT

VYTAC Spill Technologies OIL CLEAN-UP EQUIPMENT

CETCO

Environmental

Crucial

Sanitherm Engineering

Geneq

Smith & Loveless

Hazmasters

TO Rooke Associates

Highland Tank

USFilter Envlrex Products

HydraLogic Systems Hydrocal Hydro-Logic Environmental

P.q.t.u.w Con Cast Pipe - c,t,r Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute - 0,1,u,v Douglas Barwick - d ERE

Fabricated Plastics -

k,s,t,u

Purities ES

Fisher Scientific Canada -

Baker Tanks

Pneu-Tech Systems

h,q,v,w

Lotowater Technical Services

Megator Plad Equipment PSI Pump Systems RMS Enviro Solv RudI Kovacko & Associates SEI Industries

York Fluid Controls

Ideal Pipe - l,p

PUMP DRIVES

IPEX - p,s,t,u Northwest Pipe - d,v Novatlex Group - k,m,s Omega Engineering - w

ABS Pumps Atlas Dewatering

International Water Supply

Proco Products

Ordan Thermal Products

Make-Way Environmental

Reed Manufacturing

Levitt-Safety

Westtalia Separator

Pipe Specialties - k,m,u Pneu-Tech Systems -

Brecon

DIrectrik

Engineered Pump Systems Fybroc international Water Supply KSB Pumps

Canada -1

John Meunier

Maple Leaf Environmental

Service

ABS Pumps Atlas Dewatering Dean Pump

Smith & Loveless

USFilter ZImpro Products

Canada

Environmental

Sethco

WesTech

Megator

Forestry Suppliers

Geneq-s Hanson Pipe and Products

Interra Environmental

TT Technologies

Fisher Scientific Canada

Freedom Plastics - s

Ivey International

Technologies

Highland Tank

a,d,l,v,w

DIrectrik Fisher Scientific Canada Labcor

LE Washington Sales Megator

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Performance Fluid

RudI Kovacko & Associates

y. submersible

Eevltt-Safety - i

Hach

Equipment Plad Equipment

Sethco York Fluid Controls

z. sump

Eiquld Waste Technology -

Hetek Solutions

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

PUMP REPEACEMENT

CO. variable displacement

PSI Pump Systems

PARTS

Abba Pump Parts &

RudI Kovacko & Associates

Abba Pump Parts &

Service - c,y ABEE Pumps - h,o,p,q ABS Pumps b,c,e,f,g,h,j,k,u,v,y,z

Power Plant Supply

SEW-Eurodrlve

Service

aa. turbine bb. vacuum

Sterling Power Systems

ABS Pumps

York Fluid Controls

ACG Technology

PUMP MOTORS

Aqua Technical Sales Dean Pump

ABS Pumps

DIrectrik

Aqua Technical Sales Atlas Dewatering DIrectrik

ERE

International Water Supply in Flygt

Fisher Scientific Canada

Ashtead Technology

Fybroc

Atlas Dewatering Aurora Pump - c,y,z,aa Avensys - n

Eotowater Technical

Hoskin Scientific Eaboor

Laboratories

Eoraday Environmental Metcon Sales &

Services - a,f,y,aa Maple Eeaf Environmental - a,k,r,y Meflag - o,d,u,z

Omega Engineering

Megator - g,h,n,o,p,q,r,s,u,

SPD Sales

Safety Express

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems Telog Instruments

TSE Aerospace Technologies

v,z

Metcon Sales &

Engineering Monarch Instrument

Engineering Pelican Products

Rocky Mountain Environmental SEI Industries

Engineered Pump Systems

Milton Roy - d,h,q,u

RECYCLING

SAMPLE CONTAINERS

ENV Treatment Systems

Archer Technical

National Process

Durpro Fielding Chemical

Can-Am Instruments

Labcor

Hayward Gordon ICR Water Technologies International Water Supply

in Flygt

Equipment - c,e,t,u,v,y,z

Engineering c,d,h,l,j,n,o,q,r,s,t,v,cc

Metcon Sales &

Akrulogic - h,i AMKO Systems - h,bb Aqua Technical Sales - c,o

EE Washington Sales Lotowater Technical

ACG Technology - c,d,h,r,y

0,1

Lineman's Testing

Equipment - c,e,g,h,j,l,n,

o,p,q,r,t,u,v,y,z,aa,bb,cc NETZSCH - d,e,g,k,q,r,s,t,u, v.y

Baker Tanks

Omega Engineering - c,h, k,n,q,u,y,aa,bb,cc

C&M Environmental

Performance Fluid

Technologies

Fisher Scientific Canada

Forestry Suppliers

Latlmat

Eabcor

PROECO

Metcon Sales &

Engineering RECYCLING EQUIPMENT

Megator Omega Engineering

John Brooks Eaboor

Can-Am Instruments - d,n

Pine Environmental - k,n

ACG Technology Cover-All Building Systems Durpro

Performance Fluid

EE Washington Sales

CEM Specialties - h,n,bb

Plad Equipment -

Elemental Controls

Equipment Plad Equipment PSI Pump Systems

Eotowater Technical

Claessen Pumps - g,u,y,z

c,e,h,j,n,r,s,u,y,z,aa PME Process Technology -

Kinetico Canada

Avensys

Meflag

CompreVac - bb

RudI Kovacko & Associates

Performance Fluid

Consolidated GIroux

Service Filtration of

Crucial - h,n,t,y,bb

Sterling Power Systems

Equipment Plad Equipment PSI Pump Systems

York Fluid Controls

RMS Enviro Solv

Directrik - b,c,d,e,g,h,j,l,n,

PUMP PROTECTION

SEI Industries

SYSTEMS

Sethco

Devcon

Smith & Eoveless

Dosmatic USA - d

DIrectrik

SPD Sales

Engineered Pump Systems

EE Washington Sales Plad Equipment

York Fluid Controls

PSI Pump Systems

PUMP STATIONS &

RudI Kovacko & Associates

COMPONENTS

- b,c,e,f,j,m,y,z,aa ENV Treatment Systems a,g,n,o,p,q,t,u Envirocan - a,j,t

York Fluid Controls

ABS Pumps

ERE

Archer Technical

Fabricated Plastics -

SaniTech Communal

c.h.n.y Fllamat Composites

Systems Sanltherm Engineering a,c,d,e,j,t,u,v,y

Services

Canada

Services

RudI Kovacko & Associates

PUMP RENTAES

ABS Pumps Atlas Dewatering

Equipment Consolidated GIroux

Insitu Contractors

Dean Pump Engineered Pump Systems Fybroc Gorman-Rupp of Canada Hayward Gordon in Flygt

International Water Supply

John Brooks

in Flygt

KSB Pumps

Eotowater Technical

MJK North America

Baker Tanks

Engineered Pump Systems ERE

H20 Eoglcs

Technologies

CiearTech - d,h

Cancoppas CEM Specialties

Dagex- a

Dean Pump - c,d,u,z

ProMlnent Fluid Controls -

RESPIROMETERS

D-Tec

a. laboratory

q,s,t,u,v,y,z,aa,bb,co Dorr-Oilver Elmco -

e,g,h,v,bb

Fisher Scientific Canada -

n,o,bb

Flomotion Systems d,h,n,q,u

Forestry Suppliers - k,n

b. axial flow

Service

ABS Pumps Dean Pump

c. centrifugal d. chemical feed

Engineered Pump Systems

e. f. g, h.

ERE

1. gravimetric

Fybroc

j. grinder

Hayward Gordon

k. groundwater sampling

International Water Supply in Flygt

1. hydraulic m. jet

Demesa Directrik

chopper deep well dewatering diaphragm

John Brooks

n, peristaltic

KSB Pumps

0. piston p. plunger q. positive displacement

Eaboor

Eotowater Technical Services Peiiormance Fluid

Equipment

r. progressing cavity s. rotary lobe t. screw

PSI Pump Systems

u. self-prlming V. slurry w. solar-powered

RMS Enviro Solv

X. spiral

Plad Equipment ProMlnent Fluid Controls

PSI Pump Systems - b,o,d, f,g,h,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,u,v,y, z,aa,bb,cc Pulsafeeder - d,h,l,q Purifies ES - g RMS Enviro Solv - o,g,l,u,v,

Demesa

b. on-line

Environmental Analytical Systems

Aquatic Lite - a

ERE

Challenge Environmental

Fisher Scientific Canada

Systems - a,b

Forestry Suppliers Geneq

REVERSE OSMOSIS

Hach Hazmasters

- b,c,e,t,g,h,j,m,q,r,s,t,u,v,

ACG Technology AETECH Technology Systems

ICR Water Technologies

y, z,aa

C&M Environmental

Eabcor

Technologies Durpro Ecodyne

Eevltt-Satety

y,z

Rudi Kovacko & Associates

seepex - d,e,g,],r,v,y

Environmentai Analytical Systems

Hoskin Scientific

Maple Eeaf Environmentai Markland Specialty Engineering Metcon Sales &

Engineering

SEI Industries

Filter Innovations

Service Filtration of

John Meunler

Scott Specialty Gases

Kinetico Canada

SPD Sales

Mabarex

Waterra Pumps

Smith & Eoveless - o,g,u

Maple Eeaf Environmental

SPD Sales - all of above

Metcon Sales &

Greatario - e

b,c,f,p,y,bb USFIIter - c,d,g,k,t,v,y,z

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Aquablast - a

PSI Pump Systems

Landmark Tank and Tower

USFIIter/Wallace STiernan

Sanltherm Engineering

- d,h,q USFIIter Zimpro Products -

Sonltec

Services Restoration Environmental

o,y,z Hanna Instruments - d

a. air lift

d,h,n,o,p,q,r

Machinery

Sethco - c,d,u

H20 Eoglcs - c,w,y

Abba Pump Parts &

d

Fybroc - c,d,u,z Geneq - f,k,n,y Gorman-Rupp of Canada c,g,h,q,u,y,z

Sethco

PUMP REPAIRS

Investigative Services Can-Am Instruments

Waterra Pumps

PUMPS

Akrulogic AETECH Drilling &

Security Engineered

RMS Enviro Solv York Fluid Controls

EQUIPMENT

PROECO

Grundfos Canada - o,d,f,m,

Megator

Hydrocal

SAMPLERS & SAMPLING

Power Plant Supply - b Pro Aqua + Shadrack a,b,c,d,e,g,j,n,o,p,q,r,s,t,x

Plad Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

Services

Equipment - all of above

Hayward Gordon - c,d,e,h, j,n,q,r,s,t,u,v,y,z Hydro-Eogic Environmental -q

ICR Water Technologies d,h,q

Indachem - c,d,e,h,q,y Insitu Contractors - a,c,d,f, g,h,m,n,o,q,r,u,y,z,aa,bb International Pump Technology - b,o,d,t,g,h,j, m,q,u,y,z,aa,bb International Water Supply -f.y ITT Flygt - c,g,u,v,y John Brooks - b,c,d,f,g,h,j, n,o,p,q,r,s,u,v,y,z

John Meunler - d,h

Komline-Sanderson - o,p,q,u KSB Pumps b,c,f,g,j,r,v,y,z,aa Eaboor - a,c,gih,n,o,q,r,u,v,

y,bb,co EE Washington Sales -

d,e,],q,r,u,v

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TD Rooke Associates -

Engineering

USFIIter

SANOBEASTING

a. dry ice blasting

Contractors

t

Vanderbeken Enterprises

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

SCADA SYSTEMS

Vector Process Equipment

a. lone worker protection

ABB Inc.

Advance Products &

ABS Pumps AETECH Technology Systems

-0

Viking Pump of Canada c,d,g,h,q,s,u,y,2

XEB Water Solutions - d

Systems Avensys BW Technologies Canadian Safety Equipment - a

York Fluid Controls - c,d,e,f,

Demesa

Davis Controls

Draeger Canada Echelon Response &

in Flygt Maple Leaf Environmental

Wainbee

Waterra Pumps - y

g,h,j,k,m,n,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,y,z RECORDERS ABB Inc.

Alpha Controls and Instrumentation

Training Environmental Analytical

Systems ERE

Bristol Babcock Controiotron

Daklns Engineering

Millennium Control Purifies ES

RACO Manufacturing and

Engineering

AMKO Systems Analytical Measurements Bestobell Aquatronix

Fielding Chemical Fisher Scientific Canada

USFIIter

Bristol Babcock

Hazmasters

USFIIter Control Systems

Cancoppas Daklns Engineering

Hetek Solutions Eabcor

Endress + Hauser

Landmark Tank and Tower

Fisher Scientific Canada

Geneq

Technologies

Services

Eevitt-Satety

Siva & Associates

Summa Engineering

SCALES Chlorlnators Inc. CiearTech

Geneq


Guide to Environmental Products & Services

Labcor

Troy-Ontor - c,d,f,h

Smith & Loveless

Metcon Sales &

USFilter - a,b,d,e,f,h

USFilter Envlrex Products

Engineering Power Plant Supply

USEIIter Envlrex Products -

Vector Process Equipment

Shimadzu Scientific

Valve & Filter

SEPARATORS

Instruments Siemens Mllltronlcs Siva & Associates

Vanderbeken Enterprises Vector Process Equipment

a. centrifugal

USFIIter/Wallace & Tlernan SCREENINGS

a. compaction b. presses c. washing Aqua Technical Sales a,b,c Baycor Fibre Tech C&M Environmental

Technologies Dagex - a,b,c DIrectrIk - a,b,c

ENV Treatment Systems a,b

all of above

Purifies ES

CETCO

Regenesls

ENV Treatment Systems

Napler-Reld Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Restoration Environmental

Envlrocan

SanlTech Communal

Sonic Environmental

Systems

Contractors Solutions

H2EI0W Equipment Hydrocal Komllne-Sanderson

b. coalescing

Sanltherm Engineering

Summit Structures

c. gravity

SPD Sales

TrI-Phase Environmental

Mechtronix Systems

Wainbee

d. hydro-dynamic/vortex

Wainbee

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Wessuc - a

e. Inertlal

USEIIter USFilter Jet Tech Products

Waterloe Barrier

Parkson

WesTech - c,d,e,f,h

ACG Technology - b SERVICE CONTRACTING

SLUDGE DEWATERING

Simpson Environmental Pro Aqua + Shadrack

- a,c,d,f

Al D Driver Consulting - a

Mabarex

SCRUBBERS/WASHERS

Baker Tanks - a,b,c,d,e

Aquablast

ACG Technology

USEIIter

a. atomising

BaySaver Technologies - c

CEM Specialties

b. deflector washers

Bie-Mlcroblcs - b C&M Environmental

Endress + Hauser Elex-Kleen

Adventis Technologies Al D Driver Consulting Aqua Technical Sales

USEIIter Dewatering Systems Vector Process Equipment

Hetek Solutions

Baker Tanks

c. spray chambers

d. spray nozzles

Clean Gas Systems - a,b,c,d Ecolo Odor Control

Systems - a,d Fabricated Plastics - d Fisher Scientific Canada

John Brooks - a,b,c,d

Envlrocan - a,b,c H2Flaw Equipment - a,b,c

Metcon Sales &

Huber Technology - a,b,c

Pro Aqua + Shadrack -

Hydrocal - b Hydro-Logic Environmental - a,b,c

Wheelabrator Air Pollution

Engineering - d a,b,c,d Contol - a,c

John Meunler - a,c Mabarex - a,b,c

SEALS

Parkson - a,b,c

Cretex Specialty Preducts

Sanltherm Engineering -

DIrectrIk

a,b,c

Maple Leaf Environmental Mixing Systems

Technologies Can-Am Instruments -

a,b,c

Corrugated Steel Pipe

Interra Environmental

Baycor Fibre Tech

SLUDGE HANDLING

Severn Trent Services

C&M Environmental

EQUIPMENT

Hydra-Stop Products

Institute - a,c,d

Dagex - a,c,d Durpro - b,c ENV Treatment Systems a,b,d

Technologies CETCO

SEWAGE GAS

Consolidated GIroux

ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales Atlas Dewatering

EQUIPMENT

Dagex

Baker Tanks

Draeger Canada

Dorr-Ollver Elmco

C&M Environmental

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Filter Innovations - b

Technologies

Ecoloslte

ENV Treatment Systems

Consolidated GIroux

Firing Industries - a

SEWER EQUIPMENT

Envlrocan

Dagex

Fisher Scientific Canada - a

& PRODUCTS

Franklin Miller

H2FI0W Equipment - b,c,d Hamilton Tanks - b,c Highland Tank - b,c Hydro-Logic Environmental

a. cleaning b. cleaning service c. Inspection

H2FI0W Equipment Huber Technology Hydrocal

DIrectrIk Dorr-Ollver Elmco

d. repair

JNE Chemicals

Geneq

e. upgrade

Komllne-Sanderson

H2FI0W Equipment

- b,d

ENV Treatment Systems Envlrocan

Labcor

John Brooks - a

Aquablast - a,b,c,d

Mabarex

John Brooks

Serpentlx Conveyor - a,b,c

Power Plant Supply

Komllne-Sanderson - c

Corrugated Steel Pipe

M. LeBlanc & Associates

Metcon Sales &

USFilter Envlrex Products -

PSI Pump Systems

Labcor- a

RudI Kovacko & Associates

Megator - a,b

Syntec Process Equipment

Parkson - c

a,b,c Valve & Filter

Vector Process Equipment

Pro Aqua + Shadrack - a SECONDARY

Purifies ES - b

CONTAINMENT

Sanltherm Engineering -

a. bar

Baker Tanks C3 Environmental

Service Filtration of

b. rotary

CETCO

c. self cleaning

Diverse Plastic Tanks

d. sewage plant e. stormwater

Dynamic Plastic Solutions ENV Treatment Systems

f.travelling water g. vibratory

Enviro Vault Elsher Scientific Canada

-a

SCREENS

a,c

Institute - d,e

Cretex Specialty Products - d,e

Napler-Reld

Engineering

Parkson

Modutank

PHOENIX Process

Nasco Canada

Equipment Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

NETZSCH Parkson

SHREDDERS/

Purifies ES

PHOENIX Process

COMPACTORS

RMS Enviro Solv

C&M Environmental

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Serpentlx Conveyor

Loglball - a,d Novaflex Group

Novaflex Group

Equipment

Smith & Loveless - a,c Stormceptor Canada - d

DIrectrIk

Sanltherm Engineering Serpentlx Conveyor Simpson Environmental

USEIIter - a

ENV Treatment Systems

Smith & Loveless

USFilter ZImpro Products

Envlrocan

TrI-Phase Environmental

USFilter

Westfalla Separator

Franklin Miller

USFilter

USEIIter/Asdor

H2FI0W Equipment

USEIIter Dewatering

Wainbee

Canada - b

Technologies

RudI Kovacko & Associates

h. water plant Intake

Gemlte Products

ACG Technology - a,c,d,e,h

H2FI0W Equipment

Valve & Filter - a

Metcon Sales &

Aqua Technical Sales -

Hazmasters

Vanderbeken Enterprises

SLUDGE - LEVEL CDNTRDL

WesTech - c

Engineering Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Vanderbeken Enterprises

Highland Tank

Vector Process Equipment

Alpha Controls and

Baycor Fibre Tech

Imtech Canada

ZCL Composites - b,c

Sanltherm Engineering

Wessuc

Blo-Mlcroblcs - c,d,e

Interra Environmental

Security Engineered Machinery

WesTech

Bestobell Aquatronix

Westfalla Separator

Cancoppas

a,b,c,d,e

Canada - a

C&M Environmental

IPEX

SEPTIC TANKS &

Technologies Dagex - a,b,c,d,e,g,h

ITW Devcon Future

EQUIPMENT

Coatings

ABS Pumps

Systems

Instrumentation

Canada

Davis Controls

SITE REMEDIATION

Endress + Hauser

Derrick - d,g

Kentain Products

C&M Environmental

Acorus Restoration

SLUDGE DISPOSAL

DIrectrIk - a

Labcor

ALTECH Technology

Al D Driver Consulting

Environmental Analytical Systems

Durpro - c,h

LADEN Steel Fabricators

Technologies Dagex

Aquablast

H20 Logics

ENV Treatment Systems -

Laytleld Geosynthetlcs

Envlrocan

Baker Tanks

Ecoloslte

Hach

a,b,c,d,e,f,h Envlrocan - a,b,c,d,e,h

Levitt-Safety

Infiltrator Systems

Bennett Environmental

Interra Environmental

Hetek Solutions

Loraday Environmental

Make-Way Environmental

Biotech Solutions

Pro Aqua + Shadrack

Markland Specialty

Firing Industries - g

Modutank

C3 Environmental

PROECO

Franklin Miller - a,c

Pipe Specialties Rocky Mountain

Technologies Pro Aqua + Shadrack

CETCO

TrI-Phase Environmental

Pressure Systems

SanlTech Communal

ConTech - PCB

USEIIter

Pulsar

SLUDGE DRYING

SPD Sales

Aqua Technical Sales

USEIIter

H2EI0W Equipment a,b,c,d,e,h

Huber Technology a,b,c,d,e,h

Environmental

Systems

John Meunler - a,b,c,e,f,h Labcor

Mabarex - a,b,c,d,e,f,h Napler-Reld - d Nelson Environmental - b

Parkson - a,b,c,d,e,h

Pro Aqua + Shadrack - all of above

Sanltherm Engineering a,b,c,d,e,h

Stormwater Management e

Engineering

Containment Technology

Safety Storage

Smith & Loveless

SEI Industries

Waterloo Blofllter Systems

SEDIMENTATION SYSTEMS

SEQUENCING BATCH

Filter Innovations

C&M Environmental

REACTORS (SBR) ADI Systems

Fluorescent Lamp Recyclers

Dorr-Oliver Elmco

C&M Environmental

Gator Canada

ENV Treatment Systems

Technologies Dagex ENV Treatment Systems

Geneq

Envlrocan

Eluldyne

Ivey International LandSaga Blogeographlcal

North American Green

H2FI0W Equipment

Modutank

Pro Aqua + Shadrack PSI Pump Systems

Hydro-Logic Environmental

PCB Disposal

John Meunler

Presto Products

Sanltherm Engineering

Mabarex

PROECO

Hydro-Logic Environmental - a,b,c,d,e

Systems

Echelon Response & Training

Royce Technologies

Elemental Controls

Technologies

H2FI0W Equipment Hydro-Logic Environmental Laytleld Geosynthetlcs Napler-Reld

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psa-

SOIL REMEDIATION

SPILL RESPONSE

PIttsburg Tank & Tower

Labcor

Enviro Vault

AC Carbone Canada

Aquablast

Laser Diagnostic

Greatarlo

ALTECH Technology Systems

ERE

PSl Pump Systems Rocky Mountain

Baker Tanks

Fielding Chemical Technologies

SanlTech Communal

Bennett Environmental

Fisher Scientific Canada

Biotech Solutions

Gator Canada

SEI Industries

Nelson Environmental - k

Modutank

C3 Environmental

Imtech Canada Interra Environmental

TankSafe

North American Green - b

PIttsburg Tank & Tower

b. emergency response

TD Rooke Associates USFIIter

Omega Engineering - c

TankSafe

CCOHS- a

Parkson - g,j,k Pressure Systems - e

TANK INSPECTION

Danatec - a

Echelon Response & Training

CFTCC ConTech - PCB

Containment Technology

Levitt-Safety Megator

Environmental

Systems

Vector Process Equipment

Marsh-McBlrney - e

H2FI0W Equipment Highland Tank

Megator - g,h

Landmark Tank and Tower

Instruments - e

Modutank - a

Services

Elemental Controls

RMS Enviro Solv

VK Tanks & Silos

Presto Products - b

Aquablast

Rocky Mountain

ZCL Composites

Pro Aqua + Shadrack - all

Landmark Tank and Tower

Fluorescent Lamp Recyclers

SEI Industries

STORMWATER

Purifies ES - d,f,g

PIttsburg Tank & Tower

Gator Canada

Team-1 Environmental

a. contaminant removal

Renaissance Instruments -

Scantron

Geneq

Services

Modutank PRCECO Purifies ES

b. detention

USFIIter TRAINING a. materials

Services

Fisher Scientific Canada Hach - a Hazmasters - b

Interra Environmental - a

e

c. flow regulator

RMS Enviro Solv - h

TELEMETERING EQUIP.

Labcor- a

STAND PIPES

d. grit removal

Rocky Mountain

Bestobell Aquatronix

Levitt-Safety - a

Greatarlo Landmark Tank and Tower

e. monitoring systems

Interra Environmental

Ivey International LandSaga Blogeographlcal

of above

Engineering Magazine Hach

Canadian Envlro-Courses

ERE

Environmental

Environmental Science &

Environmental

Bristol Babcock

Monarch Instrument - a

Millennium Control

Spill Management - b

Pulsar

Team-1 Environmental

g. oil water separators

Sanitherm Engineering d.gj

PIttshurg Tank & Tower

h. pumping

Siemens Mllltronlcs - e,l

Stevens Water Monitoring

Smith & Loveless - d,g,h,k

Systems Summa Engineering USFIIter Control Systems

Services

f.oll removal

Services

STORAGE CONTAINERS

1. recharger j. sediment separators

Aco Containers

k. treatment

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems - e

Baker Tanks

1. other

Stormceptor Canada - all

Summit Structures

Diverse Plastic Tanks

AbanakI - g

TrI-Phase Environmental

Dynamic Plastic Solutions

ACG Technology -

Stormwater Management -

a. belt

TRENCHLESS

a,c,d,e,f,g,j,k,l

a,b,d,f,g,h,j,k Syntec Process Equipment

b. centrifuge

TECHNOLOGY

Aquablast

TD Rooke Associates - h

c. gravity d. rotary Al D Driver Consulting - b

Telog Instruments - e

Aqua Technical Sales -

Cretex Specialty Products

Restoration Environmental Contractors

Sonic Environmental Solutions

Labcor

SOIL STABILIZATION Presto Products

Landmark Tank and Tower Services

Levitt-Safety

Acorus Restoration -1

Akrulogic - e Aqua Technical Sales -

of above

-1

SOLVENT RECOVERY

Loraday Environmental

SYSTEMS

Metcon Sales &

Armtec - b

USFIIter

AC Carbone Canada

Engineering Rocky Mountain

Atlas Dewatering

USFIIter Envlrex Products -

Calgon Carbon ClearTech

Environmental SEI Industries

Firing Industries Maple Leaf Environmental Megator

TankSafe

Met-Pro PROECO

RMS Enviro Solv

a,d,k

Avensys-e Baker Tanks - all of above

ti.gj

a,f,g,i

DIrectrIk - d

VACUUM EQUIPMENT

C&M Environmental

Chemllne Plastics

Dorr-Ollver Elmco - a,d

Anthrafllter Media & Coal

Cover-All Building Systems Engineered Fiberglass

Dagex

ENV Treatment Systems -

Aquablast

Can-Am Instruments -

Devlne & Associates

Baker Tanks

Durpro

a,b,c,d Envlrocan - a,b,c,d

ENV Treatment Systems

H2FI0W Equipment -

Ditch Witch

Technologies e.f.g

CDS Technologies -

Levitt-Safety

CETCO - a,b.f,k

H2FI0W Equipment

Loraday Environmental

Con Cast Pipe - f,g,j Corrugated Steel Pipe

IPF

Rocky Mountain Environmental

a,d,f,g,j,k

RMS Enviro Solv

Megator

Komline-Sanderson - a,c Mabarex - a,c

Safety Express The BIrks Company

M, LeBlanc & Associates -

Tuthlll Vacuum & Blower

Bear Tanks

SPD Sales

Summit Structures

Crucial - a,f

Crucial

STORAGE TANKS

Dagex- a Davis Controls - g

Diverse Plastic Tanks

Aco Containers

Enviro Vault

Baker Tanks

Bear Tanks

Engineered Pump Systems

Cretex Specialty Products - b

Metcon Sales &

Engineering RMS Enviro Solv

Derrick - d

Parkson - c,d

VALVE ACCESSORIES

York Fluid Controls

PHOENIX Process

a. actuators

Equipment - a,c,d Pro Aqua + Shadrack -

Cancoppas

SURGE BLAOOER VESSELS

-h

Diverse Plastic Tanks

ITW Devcon Futura Coatings

Duall

John Brooks

Dynamic Plastic Solutions

H2FI0W Equipment -

Kentain Products

Enviro Vault

Levitt-Safety Loraday Environmental Megator

Fabricated Plastics

Hach-e

Labcor

Fllamat Composites

Landmark Tank and Tower

Greatarlo

Hanson Pipe and Products Canada - g,j

Modutank

H2FI0W Equipment

Hetek Solutions - e

RMS Enviro Solv

Hamilton Tanks

Highland Tank - a,d,f,g,j,k

Megator PIttsburg Tank & Tower

Highland Tank

Hydro-Logic Environmental

Scantron

Highland Tank

Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute

IPF

a,b,c,d,f,g,j,k

- c,d,j,k

Archer Technical

Equipment TANK CLEANING

Labcor- a

Pipe Specialties - a

Ecoloslte

USFIIter - b,c,d

Siva & Associates

John Brooks

USFIIter Envlrex Products -

Troy-Ontor- a

Services

SEI Industries TrI-Phase Environmental

Inflcon - e

Wessuc

Loraday Environmental

International Pump Technology - h

TANK DESIGN

Metalfab

Interra Environmental -

Systems VYTAC Spill Technologies

Indachem - a

Smith & Loveless - b

Ideal Pipe - c

Trans Environmental

a,b,c,d

a

Halogen Valve Systems - i

ClearTech

King Metal Fabricators

Services

Fisher Scientific Canada -

RMS Enviro Solv - c

Simpson Environmental - d

Landmark Tank and Tower

Team-1 Environmental

Chemllne Plastics - a

Aquablast

Safety Storage SEI Industries

a,b,c,d

Sanitherm Engineering -

Sanbec TankSafe

Systems

Napler-Reld - a

Durpro - a,d,j,k

Interra Environmental

ConVault

c,d

The BIrks Company Troy-Ontor

ENV Treatment Systems a,b,c,d,j Environmental Analytical Systems -1 Forestry Suppliers - e Geneq-e

Gator Canada

Pneu-Tech Systems

Indachem - b

Carder Chemicals

Clemmer LS

Insitu Contractors Labcor

Labcor

Shelter Works

Fisher Scientific Canada

- a,b,d

Ecoloslte Inflcon

John Brooks

BaySaver Technologies

Can-Am Instruments

Hayward Gordon

a,b,c,d

Huber Technology - d Hydrocal - a,b,c,d Hydro-Logic Environmental

Institute -

Safety Storage

Con Cast Pipe

Filter Innovations

DIrectrIk

a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,lj,k,l

Baker Tanks

Environmental

Loglball Pro Aqua + Shadrack TT Technologies

STORAGE BUILDINGS

LADEN Steel Fabricators

Rocky Mountain

C&M Environmental

Derrick - b

Fielding Chemical

Imtech Canada

Ditch Witch

AWI

SERVICES

Technologies

Institute

IPEX

STRAINERS

Harnols Industries

Fielding Chemical

a,c,d

Corrugated Steel Pipe

Baycor Fibre Tech Technologies Dagex - a,b,c,d

SOLVENT RECYCLING

SPILL CONTAINMENT

Harold Marcus

Blo-Microblcs - b,d,f,g,j',k

Composites

Technologies

Denso North America

TRICKENERS

ZCL Composites - g

BaySaver Technologies -

TRANSPORTATION

c

USFIIter Dewatering

VALVES

Systems - a,b,c,d Vanderbeken Enterprises Vector Process Equipment

a. air release

- a,b,c

Westfalla Separator Canada - b

b. backwater

c. ball

d. butterfly e. check f.

cone

g. diaphragm TRAOESROWS

h. eccentric

aboutREMEDIATION

1. flap

ABS Pumps

Canada Unlimited

j. flow regulating

Aco Containers

CCOHS

k. gate

IPEX -1

AWI

ClearTech

Met-Pro

John Meunler - a,b,c,d,k

Clemmer LS

1. knife gafe m, multi-jet

Modutank

KSB Pumps - h

Dynamic Plastic Solutions

Environmental Analytical Systems

Services

Metcon Sales &

Engineering

e,f,gj

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0. pinch p. plug q. pressure reducing

RudI Kovacko & Associates

Analytical Technology

Sterling Power Systems

AnoxKaldnes

r. rotary

WASTE DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING

t. solenoid

Aquablast

u. telescoping

Bennett Environmental

V. tilting disk

ConTech - PCB

n,q,t

Armour Valve - a,c,d,e,h,j, k,l,n,p,r,v Baker Tanks

Containment Technology

Baker Tanks - a Benson Chemicals - a Blo-Mlcroblcs C&M Environmental

Technologies Calgon Carbon Cancoppas- a

ERE

Geneq

Flomotlon Systems

Insitu Contractors

WATER CONSERVATION/

Folio Instruments

MANAGEMENT

Geneq

John Meunler Landmark Tank and Tower

Adventis Technologies

Hach

AIIMax Professional

Hanna Instruments

Power Plant Supply

Hoskin Scientific

Pulsar

Solutions

Corrugated Steel Pipe

Renaissance Instruments

Labcor

SPD Sales

Troy-Ontor

CD Nova-Tech - a

Hetek Solutions

LaMotte

CETCO

Latlmat

Laser Diagnostic

Chlorlnators Inc.

Neptune Technology

Fluorescent Lamp Recyclers Interra Environmental

- I,u Chemllne Plastics - a,c,d,

Sonic Environmental

PROECO

Institute

Services

Inflcon

Fielding Chemical

Technologies

Fabricated Plastics

Fisher Scientific Canada

Ecolosite Elemental Controls

Bestobell Aquatronix BNW Valve Manutacturing

e,g,j,k,n,q

Processing - a

Aquapoint - a

s. sleeve

Alpha Controls and Instrumentation - c,d,g,j,

ZMI/Portec Chemical

Instruments

ClearTech - a

Sloan Flushmate

Levitt-Safety

Dagex Daklns Engineering - a

Stevens Water Monitoring Systems

Metcon Sales &

Davis Controls - a Dorr-Ollver Elmco - a

USFIIter

Engineering

USFIIter

Vector Process Equipment WHMIS SERVICES CCOHS

Pine Environmental

Canadian Envlro-Courses

PML Process Technology

Fisher Scientific Canada

Dosmatic USA - a

WATER LEVEL INDICATORS

ProMlnent Fluid Controls

Safety Express

Chlorlnators Inc.

TrI-Phase Environmental

Duall

Alpha Controls and

Shimadzu Scientific

Team-1 Environmental

Cla-Val Canada - a,e,g,i,q,t Devlne & Associates - a,e, g.j,o,q,s,u

WASTE REMOVAL EQUIP.

Ecolo Odor Control

Aquablast

Diverse Plastic Tanks - c

Ecolosite

Endress -i- Hauser - a

Engineered Pump Systems

Novaflex Group

Environmental Analytical

Cancoppas

-e,p

Solutions

Durpro - a

PROECO

ENV Treatment Systems t,u

Systems

Systems - a ERE-a

ERE

WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEMS

Fabricated Plastics - c,d,e,g

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