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Property owners need to worry about liability following the Kawartha Lakes spill - Guest Comment
20 Demystifying computational fluid dynamics for water/wastewater professionals 28 Edmonton completes 1.2 km $44M sanitary sewer tunnel project 32 Studies show Legionella is widespread in surface water sources 36 New aeration technology rehabilitates Aylmer’s aging wastewater lagoon system 38 Peristaltic pump technology proves its worth in water and wastewater operations 42 Barrie selects new water-tight valve chambers 46 Wastewater sampling can be a challenge for Far North communities 48 York Region evaluates passive mixing systems for water storage tanks 51 Achieving net-zero use of grid energy in the manufacturing sector 52 Choosing the right flow meter helps cut wastewater aeration costs 54 Fusible PVC pipe developed to protect riverside community from flooding 56 Centralized treatment of fracking wastewaters becoming a viable solution
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58 Overcoming the key challenges for water plant motor control center replacement
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60 Advanced gas detection technology supports Arctic greenhouse gas research
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62 Canadian Children’s Groundwater Festival celebrates 20 years of education beyond the classroom
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67 Innovative technology allows for economical recycling of aquaculture water
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Property owners need to be concerned about clean up liability following the Kawartha Lakes spill By Chris ParĂŠ and Allan Clifford Lawton
andowners cannot be held responsible for the actions of others that result in contamination of their property, right? While that seems reasonable and logical, recent legal decisions in Ontario have forced innocent parties to remediate environmental contamination migrating from a neighbourâ€™s property. This is a radical change to the perceived innocent landowner protections. How do these changes impact environmental site assessments? What does it mean for merger and acquisitions? How could it impact commercial property transactions and how could lenders and insurance companies respond? While time and future transactions will ultimately provide these answers, the precedent-setting Kawartha Lakes case is worth the attention of senior environPHQWDORIÂżFHUV Background The Kawartha Lakes incident began to unfold in December 2008. In what would be considered a relatively â€œroutineâ€? task, a homeowner had their IXUQDFHRLOVWRUDJHWDQNÂżOOHGE\DIXHO supplier. However, the furnace oil leaked IURP WKH WDQN RQWR WKH EDVHPHQW Ă€RRU DQG LQWR D Ă€RRU GUDLQ ZKLFK ZDV FRQnected to the storm sewer system. Unfortunately, the spilled fuel travelled a VLJQLÂżFDQW GLVWDQFH WKURXJK WKH V\VWHP to a discharge point at Sturgeon Lake. 7KH KRPHRZQHU ÂżOHG D FODLP ZLWK their insurance provider. After three months of conducting remedial activities on the subject and off-site properties, the homeownerâ€™s insurance coverage was QRWVXIÂżFLHQWWRFRYHUFRVWV7KHVHZHUH now exceeding hundreds of thousands of dollars. Therefore, there were no funds available to continue the cleanup. This is where the case becomes â€œinterestingâ€?. The Ontario Ministry of the Environment served an order on the Municipality of Kawartha Lakes, which had no involvement in the release, to take action to address this spill beyond the residential property. According to
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the court documents, the MOE stated that the municipality was a â€œviable party that can expeditiously actâ€Śâ€? to address this contamination. This â€œdeep pockets payâ€? approach to remediation has raised concerns about how far reaching it can be. Additionally, does an innocent party need to clean up their own property if another party caused the pollution? Assuming the Kawartha Lakes decision truly is the precedent-setting decision it appears to be, it may be wise to re-examine risk formulas relating to commercial or industrial property purchases. The fallout from this ruling may complicate transactions and, certainly, will require a more thorough understanding of site and, also, surrounding site conditions. Routine commercial/industrial property transactions Most commercial property buyers know to start with a Phase One Environmental Site Assessment, which includes an evaluation of the history of the subject property and the surrounding properties. However, a Phase One is just information gathering and there is no intrusive sampling involved. This PD\QRWEHVXIÂżFLHQWLIRIIVLWHKLVWRUL-
FDOLVVXHVDUHLGHQWLÂżHGZKLFKDIWHUWKH Kawartha Lakes decision, are increasingly important in managing risk. A typical Phase One is not likely to produce details relative to groundwater, unless a historical hydrogeological investigation has been conducted. In most cases, the environmental professional must look at topography, surface features, nearby surface water bodies or other data resources to infer a groundZDWHU Ă€RZ GLUHFWLRQ 8QGHUVWDQGLQJ which of the surrounding properties is upgradient is of utmost importance. To more thoroughly evaluate groundZDWHUĂ€RZDQGTXDOLW\PRQLWRULQJZHOOV need to be installed and analytical data collected along the upgradient property boundary. This allows you to make an informed decision about the potential for migration of contaminants to your property. Prior to the Kawartha Lakes decision, it may not have been necessary to conduct a Phase Two investigation. However, after the Kawartha Lakes decision, these Phase Two investigations may become more prevalent. It is also important to consider what is hydraulically down gradient of your property, especially if the upgradient neighbour already has impacted continued overleaf...
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Guest Comment groundwater. For example, if a sensitive ecosystem such as a lake, parkland, or residential property could be impacted by contamination that simply crosses your property, would this be an â€œunreasonableâ€? risk for your company to consider? Could the MOE name you as one of several responsible parties to address the contamination? In other words, the Kawartha Lakes decision leads us to believe that if your polluted neighbour doesnâ€™t address the groundwater contamination problem, it could become your problem. When evaluating neighbouring properties, you might want to consider their current chemical use and handling pracWLFHVDQGWKHLUKRXVHNHHSLQJDQGÂżQDQcial health. For example, if your investigation indicates that a neighbouring property owner handles chemicals poorO\ DQG GRHVQÂśW DSSHDU WR EH ÂżQDQFLDOO\ healthy, could this impact you in the future? What if they have a release and subsequently go bankrupt? This may be an overly cautious but not unreasonable consideration, in light of the Kawartha Lakes decision. If you are concerned about the neighbouring property, should you consider conducting annual monitoring of the groundwater to document the groundwater quality conditions? Could you use this data and information to demonstrate impacted groundwater has migrated onto your property? How would your lawyer advise you to protect your investment? Future real estate developments The Kawartha Lakes decision may have developers, business owners, and municipalities contemplating their future liabilities. Purchasers of commercial properties will now want to reconsider the cost to purchase land in JUHHQÂżHOGDUHDVWKDWKDYHDPXFKORZHU likelihood of contaminated neighbouring properties. Municipalities could see an increased interest in businesses purFKDVLQJJUHHQÂżHOGV Mergers and acquisitions The Kawartha Lakes decision may impact the merger and acquisition (M&A) decisions process and could lead to more asset purchases rather than property purchases. The majority of our clients have elected to conduct Phase Ones (or at least 8 | January/February 2014
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hybrid Phase Ones) when considering an acquisition of another company. Typically, clients considering M&A activity want ballpark environmental liability estimates, such as, â€œis the potential liability at the property $50,000, $500,000, $5,000,000, and so onâ€?. However, the Kawartha Lakes decision may shift attention onto the poWHQWLDO HQYLURQPHQWDO DQG ÂżQDQFLDO YLability of neighbouring properties and companies.
environmental costs are unknown or cannot be accurately estimated. This is another risk factor to consider.
Conclusion As it stands, the Kawartha Lakes decision is a â€œgame changer.â€? It may be wise to consider a number of â€œwhat ifs.â€? What if the neighbouring property XVHV VSHFLÂżF FKHPLFDOV DQG WKH\ GRQÂśW have a good environmental policy in place? What if they have a release of these chemicals? What if these chemRisk factors icals migrate to your property and to Lenders may be somewhat reluctant downgradient properties? What if they to provide mortgage funding if it is dif- DUH QRW ÂżQDQFLDOO\ YLDEOH DQG \RX DUH ÂżFXOWWRSXWDYDOXHRQULVNSDUWLFXODU- the only â€œviable party that can expedily as it relates to impacts from another tiously act?â€? party. They may also consider re-evalAt a minimum, it is important to unuating their risk formula. Of course, derstand where potential contaminants each project is different, but from our are, and whether they pose an exposure H[SHULHQFHXQNQRZQULVNLVGHÂżQLWHO\D risk, an off-site risk, and/or if they pose concern for a lender. an investment risk. If you are the innocent party that is By surrounding yourself with the served an order from the MOE, will your right legal and technical advisors, you insurance policy cover you or will you can get help with any transaction process be paying out of pocket for any remedial and get feedback early. Trust the advice costs? We are not aware of an insurance of your team, especially when they tell company that has developed a policy you things you donâ€™t want to hear. that would cover environmental impacts emanating from another property. Again, Chris ParĂŠ, P. Geo, and Allan Clifford LWZRXOGVHHPGLIÂżFXOWIRUWKHLQVXUDQFH Lawton, M.Sc., are with Dragun industry to develop a policy if the future Corporation. E-mail: email@example.com
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ES&E NEWS CFI grant invests in protection of Canada’s natural resources The Canada Foundation for Innovation’s $480,000 investment in the latest generation mass spectrometers will help make the Faculty of Science at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, an international leader in environment and energy research. The grant is part of a $1.5-million initiative to establish a cutting-edge mass spectrometry facility and a strong research program in solid Earth geochemistry and environmental biogeochemistry at Waterloo. At the centre of this effort are new state-of-the-art mass spectrometers which can measure multiple elements simultaneously at the part-per-trillion level and are well-suited for isotopic analysis of a wide variety of elements in minerals, rocks, petroleum and waters. The multi-disciplinary team of scientists ZLOO XVH WKHVH WRROV LQ ¿YH DUHDV RI UHsearch: 1. Investigate if the isotopic composition of metals can be used to understand oil generation and migration. 2. Use metal isotopes to better understand the formation of ore deposits and thus improve exploration efforts. 3. Understand the relationship between the collision and suturing of continental tectonic plates and ore mineralization. 'H¿QHKRZFKHPLFDOUHDFWLRQVRILURQ affect the movement of chromium,
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SemCAMS ULC was ordered to pay $350,000 after pleading guilty to one count under the Fisheries Act and one Canadian Minister of Transport Lisa count under Alberta’s environmenRaitt’s proposed regulations will intro- tal legislation. The charges relate to a duce new standards for certain rail tank release of 852,000 litres of industrial cars, replacing existing standards ref- wastewater from a ruptured pipeline erenced in the Transportation of Dan- near Fox Creek, Alberta. gerous Goods Regulations. Regulations In August 2010, Environment Canwill require that new DOT 111 tank cars ada responded to a report concerning be built with thicker steel requirements, the release of industrial wastewater into DVZHOODVWDQNFDUWRS¿WWLQJVDQGKHDG muskeg and a small unnamed creek. shield protection. DOT 111 tank cars are During the response, hundreds of dead used for transporting dangerous goods ¿VKZHUHGLVFRYHUHGLQWKHFUHHNGRZQof high and medium danger, such as stream of the spill. A joint investigation crude oil. into the release was conducted by EnThe Railway Association of Canada vironment Canada and Alberta Environbelieves this is an important step toward ment and Sustainable Resource Devela North American phase-out of lega- opment. cy tank cars and introduction of higher The wastewater had been generated standard cars. In November, the Associ- from the processing of natural gas and ation of American Railroads urged the liquid hydrocarbons at the SemCAMS U.S. Department of Transportation to ULC facility, and was being transportpress for requiring all tank cars used to ed by an underground pipeline, when WUDQVSRUWÀDPPDEOHOLTXLGVWREHUHWUR- the pipeline ruptured. Sample analysis ¿WWHGRUSKDVHGRXWDQGQHZFDUVEXLOWWR continued overleaf...
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EPA describes impacts to salmon and water from mining The U.S. Environmental Protection Agencyâ€™s report, â€œAn Assessment of Potential Mining Impacts on Salmon Ecosystems of Bristol Bay, Alaska,â€? concludes that large-scale mining in the Bristol Bay watershed poses risks to salmon and Alaska Native cultures. Bristol Bay supports the largest sockH\HVDOPRQÂżVKHU\LQWKHZRUOGSURGXFing nearly 50 per cent of the worldâ€™s
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Chemical spill forces â€œdo not useâ€? order West Virginia declared a state of emergency as contaminated water supply affected hundreds of thousands. A leak of 4-methylcyclohexanemethanol (MCHM) into Elk River, 2.5 km upstream from a public water supply intake, caused the West Virginia American Water Company to issue a â€œdo not useâ€? order to its customers. MCHM is used to process coal and has an obvious odour reported to smell like licorice. The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection issued a Cease Operations Order to Freedom Industries Etowah River Terminal, LLC, in connection with the companyâ€™s leak. It was ordered to empty 11 remaining storage tanks. According to the Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, scientists recommended a screening level of 1 ppm for drinking water. Pregnant women are cautioned to consider an alternative drinking water source until the chemical is at non-detectable levels in the water distribution system. www.dep.wv.gov
â€˜Doomed Glaciers of Africaâ€™ to be profiled A two-week expedition of western Ugandaâ€™s Rwenzori Mountains, conducted by Pax Arctica, Makerere Universityâ€™s Mountain Resource Centre and Green Cross International, is being launched to raise awareness on Africaâ€™s vanishing glaciers and the global water crisis. Scientists have predicted the glaciers located in the Rwenzori Mountains, or Mountains of the Moon, may cease to exist in two decades, possibly as early as the mid-2020s. Studies have shown that from 1906 to 2003, the area covered by glaciers has been reduced from 7.5 km2 to less than 1 km2. It is expected that the Uganda expedition will provide valuable information about the effects of climate change on Africaâ€™s fast-vanishing glaciers, and the consequences on water shortages and water ecosystems in this region. Other continued overleaf... Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine
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ES&E NEWS objectives are to investigate the composition of plant species in the region, and develop the Mountain Research Centreâ€™s glacial monitoring capacities. Pulitzer Prize winning writer Tom Knudson wrote that people familiar with the Rwenzori Mountains have noticed a disturbing shift in decreasing precipitation patterns in recent years. The lack of rainfall has caused many trees to die, diminishing the regionâ€™s ability to soak up and store water, leaving downstream villages at risk for water shortages. www.gcint.org/green-cross-blog
$764,000 grant goes to Alberta boreal forest researcher A University of Alberta Agriculture, Life and Environmental Sciences (ALES) researcher was awarded an NSERC Strategic Grant of $764,000 to develop tools to optimize the harvest of Albertaâ€™s boreal forest, while safeguarding its biodiversity and productivity. Ellen Macdonald is a forest ecologist with the Department of Renewable Resources. The three-year study will be conduct-
ed on the EMEND (Ecosystem Management Emulating Natural Disturbance) site, an experimental forest located just northwest of Peace River in which a very large experiment in variable retention harvesting (leaving trees or clumps of trees in a harvested area because it helps maintain forest biodiversity) was established in 1998. Macdonald said the value of variable retention harvesting is well understood but not necessarily how to optimally place that retention in order to support the recovery of forest productivity and biodiversity after a selective harvest. â€œWe havenâ€™t talked about where on the landscape would be best to harvest or leave alone, for example, if itâ€™s wetter or drier. How important is landscape position and land type? Are there some LPSRUWDQW LQĂ€XHQFHV WKH ORFDWLRQ RI the forest site, the moisture of the site, and the biodiversity of the site - that will allow us to be able to tell forestry companies to harvest or leave it un-harvested? This will help us understand this,â€? explained Macdonald. Macdonald and her collaborators will use data collected over the past 15 years,
on a wide variety of measures such as soil carbon, plant and beetle diversity and ecosystem function. In addition, the researchers will be using data obtained from remote sensors, providing data on topography and important site conditions such as wetness and tree heights and distribution. www.ales.ualberta.ca/ALESNews
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WFP-Canada elects two new directors Jack Gill and Peter Turgoose have been elected to the board of Water For People – Canada as directors-at-large. Jack Gill is the President, CEO and founder of Tritech Group Ltd., a contracting company specializing in water and wastewater works with operations in B.C. and Alberta. Peter Turgoose is the vice-president and partner of PSI Pipeline Supply International, supplying equipment and technical information to the water and wastewater industry since 1991.
Norm Huggins receives Beaubien Award Norm Huggins, P.Eng., has received the 2013 Beaubien Award from the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC). Norm started his career at Gore & Storrie Ltd., (now CH2M
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Great Lakes research receives NSERC grant A team of researchers led by Trent University’s Dr. Marguerite Xenopoulos will seek to improve our understanding of the Great Lakes’ complex aquatic ecosystems with a $574,000 strategic project grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). The three-year project will focus on Lake Erie, which is facing severe algal blooms and is the so-called “poster child” for pollution problems.The project involves researchers from Trent Universicontinued overleaf...
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Demystifying computational fluid dynamics for water and wastewater professionals By Bernardo Majano and GeneviĂ¨ve Kenny
omputational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is the application and approximate solution of fluid dynamics equations to predict the behaviour of a fluid within a specified boundary. While CFD modeling has been an accepted design tool in the aerospace and automotive industries for several decades, it is now becoming an increasingly popular tool in the water/wastewater industry. The aim of this article is to give water and wastewater professionals an overview of the basic concepts of CFD modeling, so that they will have a better understanding of how this technology can be applied to their industry. Basic CFD theory The main equations that describe fluid dynamics were formulated in the 19th century. These are called the Navier-Stokes Equations. A variation of this equation is defined as follows:
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Until now, the Navier-Stokes equations have only been solved for very particular and simplified cases. However, with the evolution of computers, approximations to these equations can be obtained by using â€œnumerical methodsâ€?. The above equation states that mass and momentum is conserved; if it were to be used for energy, it would have to be modified to include energy conservation. Because differential equations describe continuous rates of change, the strategy for solving these complex equations is discretisation. Discretisation is defined as the approximation of a continuous problem into finite quantities, thus obtaining a â€œnumerical solutionâ€? of the equation. The simple example in Figure 1 illustrates this concept. In Figure 1, the area of the shape â€œAâ€? is to be calculated. It is bound by a continuous line. Due to the shape of the area, it cannot be easily calculated with any simple formula. Therefore, the large region is divided into smaller rectangles, the area of which can be easily calculated, and the area is approximated. With smaller rectangles, the accuracy of the solution is increased as the error is reduced. The development and usage of numerical methods for ob20 | January/February 2014
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Figure 1. Example of discretisation.
taining approximate solutions of equations is an extensive and complicated science. Although commonly used by engineers, development and implementation are usually left almost solely to mathematicians and computer scientists. Nevertheless, it is important for any engineer, who uses CFD to model real world engineering problems, to have a basic understanding of fluid mechanics fundamentals and numerical solution algorithms. While the complexity of CFD models can vary widely, the basic steps are common to all models. They are the following: â€˘ Building the model geometry â€“ similar to CAD, a two or tridimensional model is generated using software. â€˘ Meshing the model â€“ transforming the geometry into a collection of cells (i.e., finite volumes), which will be used for the CFD model calculation. â€˘ Setting up the boundary conditions â€“ establishing the boundaries of the model, and the inlet and outlet conditions (velocity, pressure, turbulence kinetic energy, etc.). â€˘ Running the CFD model â€“ the computer starts calculating the fluid behaviour across each cell in the model. â€˘ Post-processing â€“ displaying the results of the CFD simulations using graphical representation. When developing a CFD model, it is often fluid dynamics behaviour that needs to be considered, as these properties can have a significant impact on the behaviour of the fluid being studied. For example, it is important to remember that turbulence and vorticity are not to be confused, and require different CFD boundary conditions. Turbulence is defined as chaotic or erratic behaviour of flow. In fluid mechanics, the Reynolds number is defined as the ratio of inertial forces to viscous forces. As the number is increased, the fluid flow becomes turbulent. In basic fluid mechanics, the Bernoulli Equation is modified continued overleaf... Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine
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System Design to include a headloss factor which accounts for pressure losses due to turbulence effects. Darcy-Weibasch or Hazen Williams equations can be used to determine headloss factors and to predict pressure loss between two points. This practical approach is often sufficient for most fluid mechanics engineering problems, when the actual turbulence effects and mechanism do not have to
It is important for any engineer, who uses CFD to model real world engineering problems, to have a basic understanding of fluid mechanics fundamentals and numerical solution algorithms. be fully modeled (e.g., estimating pressure loss in a force main). For many other engineering problems, this approach is not sufficient (e.g., anaerobic digester mixing optimization), and a more detailed modelling and understanding of turbulence is required. Detailed turbulence models were developed in the 20th century. One of these models is the â€œk-epsilonâ€? turbulence model, which is one of the most widely used and validated in CFD. The model is based on the Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes equations,which are a statistically averaged modifi-
cation of the original Navier-Stokes. The model defines two parameters - â€œkâ€? which is the turbulence kinetic energy factor and â€œĆ¸â€? the turbulence dissipation rate. There are many variations of the k-epsilon model. One of them is the two-equation k-epsilon model, where an equation for the kinetic energy is described as follows (steady-state and no-source):
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System Design Likewise, a second equation is developed for the epsilon factor (energy dissipation rate): div ( Uui H )
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Where: Ć¸=turbulence dissipation factor Ç„Ć¸= constant, equal to 1.3 C1Ć¸= constant equal to 1.44 C2Ć¸= constant equal to 1.92 The â€œkâ€? and â€œepsilonâ€? equations have to be discretised and solved for all the domainâ€™s finite volumes, as they relate to velocity gradients in all three directions. The k-epsilon model is only valid for fully turbulent flows. An additional model has to be developed to model turbulence near wall boundary conditions, where viscous, low-Reynolds number effects are dominant. In this domain, shear stresses by a wall friction factor, which is not the same friction factor used in standard headloss equations such as Darcy-Weibasch.
Each iteration described in Figure 2 calculates parameters for each finite volume cell created during the geometry and meshing generation. This requires the computation of a formidable quantity of calculations that would not be practical without a computer. This is one reason why CFD software has become popular in conjunction with the advancement of computer technologies. For many water engineering problems, the SIMPLE algorithm provides a simplified but robust solution. Many more algorithms are available; however, the SIMPLE algorithm is used in 95% of water/wastewater CFD simulations. It is also important to note that CFD solvers, turbulence models, meshing utilities, and codes are being continuously developed every year. As the field progresses, some of the material introduced here could be completely obsolete in a few years. As previously mentioned, many other solvers are available and many more are being developed every year. This applies not only to fluid dynamics, but also to heat transfer phenomena. The various types of physics that can be modeled with finite element and finite volume techniques, along with the adequate solver algorithms, are shown in Figure 3.
Solvers There are many solvers available for various cases and applications. If steady state, incompressible, turbulent, and single phase flow is assumed, the Semi Implicit Methods Pressure Linked Equations (SIMPLE) algorithm solver can be successfully used with good results and reduced computation time. The flowchart in Figure 2 describes the SIMPLE algorithm.
Figure 3. CFD and heat transfer applications.
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Case study 1: Toronto The first case study discusses the design of a vortex inlet for a new construction stormwater sewer located in Toronto, Ontario. Unique design constraints required hydraulic modeling using pilot scale models. Following the testing of the pilot models, a CFD model was developed to verify the design. This was initially validated by comparing the results with the pilot scale model. Once validated, the CFD model was run at multiple flow rates to evaluate performance of the vortex inlet. The Vortex Inlet model mesh is shown in Figure 4, with points indicating the corners of each mesh cell. This model was created using a CFD geometry program where the model is constructed, followed by a meshing program that converts the geometry into mesh cells, to be used for the numerical simulation. The size of the mesh cells is dependent on the detail continued overleaf... Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine
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Figure 7. CFD simulation results at 5 year storm flow (maximum event flow).
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Figure 5. CFD simulation results at average annual storm event flow.
Figure 6. CFD simulation results for 2 year storm flow.
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Edmonton completes 1.2 km $44M sanitary sewer tunnel project By Mohammed Al-Bataineh and Jason Lueke
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Wastewater Collection Three additional advanced techniques were used: construction simulation, 3D and 4D visualization, and failure mode and effect analysis. These were typically employed as part of risk analysis, value engineering, or constructability workshops. Hydraulic and particle modeling Advanced hydraulic modeling techniques were used in the design, includLQJ SDUWLFOH PRGHOV FRPSXWDWLRQ Ă€XLG dynamics models, and a physical model of the tunnel itself. University researchers helped to develop and review the models. The real-time control structure was especially challenging to model, and multiple rounds of modeling were required, as construction challenges and OLPLWDWLRQV ZHUH LGHQWLÂżHG 7KH HIIHFW on the entire system also had to be investigated, and several critical downstream improvements and changes that would be necessary for its full operation ZHUHLGHQWLÂżHG A grit analysis was also performed, which considered particle size, settling velocity, scour velocity, rising velocity, JDWH RSHQLQJ VSHHG DQG Ă€RZ YROXPH This analysis was used to show that the $7-million pump station in the original design could be eliminated, as the scourLQJ DFWLRQ RI WKH KLJK Ă€RZ WKURXJK WKH pipes would remove over 99% of the grit. Construction simulation The use of a simulation modeling approach develops construction plans
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Studies show Legionella is widespread in surface water systems By Jackson Kungâ€™u
he environmental bacteria Legionella cause a potentially fatal respiratory disease known as Legionnairesâ€™ disease and another mild one called Pontiac fever. At least 50 species and 70 strains (serogroups or serotypes) of Legionella have EHHQLGHQWLÂżHG2YHUSHUFHQWRI/Hgionnairesâ€™ disease cases are caused by Legionella pneumophila. 7KH ÂżUVW UHFRUGHG RXWEUHDN RI /HJLRQQDLUHVÂśGLVHDVHZDVLQLQ3KLOadelphia, Pennsylvania, when several delegates from the American Legion contracted this disease. It is characterised by a type of severe pneumonia. 6LQFH PRUH DQG PRUH FDVHV RI Legionnairesâ€™ disease have been reported in other parts of the world, including Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Spain, Norway, New Zealand and Germany.
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Action 1: Prompt cleaning and/or biocide treatment of the system. Action 2: Immediate cleaning and/or biocide treatment. Take prompt steps to prevent employee exposure. OSHA states that these guidelines are intended for water systems being used by healthy individuals and are not necessarily protective of immune compromised persons. Therefore, in a health care facility, Infection Control should be informed of any positive results. In addition, OSHA states that these numbers only serve as a guideline and “the goal is zero detectable Legionella in a water source”. aerators and swab inside the faucet or showerhead. • Label the samples. When collecting samples from a non- potable water source: • For water from cooling towers, whirlpool spas or ornamental fountains, collect 300 ml from the inlet and outlet side and from any filters and cooling tower pack and sump.
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Water Supply tation of sample results and evaluation of occupant risk. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) has published guidelines for the interpretation of Legionella water samples (See Table 1). Controlling Legionella in water systems Effective control of Legionella requires full risk assessment of hot and cold water systems and ensuring that adequate measures are in place to control the risks. Several strategies can be applied to control Legionella growth. These include: a) Using temperature control Water services should be operated at temperatures that prevent Legionella growth. For example: â€˘ Hot water storage tanks should store water at 60Â°C or higher. â€˘ Hot water should be distributed at 50Â°C or higher. â€˘ Cold water should be stored and distributed below 20Â°C. Hot water storage tank temperatures should be checked every month and
cold water tank temperatures at least every six months. b) Routine monitoring of the water system - The water system should be routinely checked by a competent person and cleaned in accordance with the risk assessment. Stagnant water favours Legionella growth. Therefore, to reduce risk: â€˘ Remove dead legs/dead ends in pipework. â€˘ Flush out infrequently used outlets (including showerheads and taps) at least weekly and clean. â€˘ De-scale shower heads and hoses at least quarterly. â€˘ Clean cold water storage tanks periodically and drain water from hot water tanks to check for debris or signs of corrosion. c) Engineering controls - Design water systems to minimise Legionella growth by: â€˘ Keeping pipe work as short and direct as possible. â€˘ Adequately insulating pipes and tanks. â€˘ Using materials that do not encourage
the growth of Legionella. â€˘ Preventing contamination, for example by fitting tanks with lids and insect screens. d) Use of biocides - Since LegionellaEDFWHULDDUHSURWHFWHGE\ELRÂżOPV and other micro-organisms, complete control using biocides, such as chlorine GLR[LGHFDQEHGLIÂżFXOW7RHQVXUHWKDW biocides remain effective, their application will need suitable assessment as part of the overall water treatment program, including proper installation, maintenance and monitoring. e) Regular monitoring of the water systems - Water samples should be collected and analyzed for Legionella periodically (usually every four to six months for routine monitoring), to demonstrate that bacteria counts are acceptable. The frequency should be determined in accordance with the risk assessment. Dr. Jackson Kungâ€™u is the Principal Microbiologist at Mold & Bacteria Consulting Laboratories (MBL) Inc. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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New aeration technology rehabilitates Aylmer’s old lagoon system
imilar to much of Canada’s wastewater treatment infrastructure, the majority of the Town of Aylmer, Ontario’s wastewater lagoons were significantly expanded in the 1980s. Now, more than 30 years later, they have begun to show their age. Despite the fact that Aylmer (Pop. 7,300) has one of the largest wastewater lagoon systems in Ontario, they were still relying on a severely outdated aeration system. One hundred and ninety two coarse bubble static tube aerators and their air laterals were beginning to fail. Air from the blower system gushed out of breakages in the aeration lines. As a result, ammonia and BOD levels suffered greatly, and the facility risked falling out of compliance with Ontario Ministry of the Environment. Rod Tapp, Director of Operations for the Town turned to Peter Penner from Cyril J. Demeyere (CJDL) Consulting Engineers to help rectify this problem. Evaluation criteria The largest hurdle for Aylmer to overcome in this project was funding. They needed a system that could be installed on a limited budget, as well as maintained and operated without increased costs. Also, as the lagoon cells work in series to provide sufficient storage and treatment time, they could not afford to incur a long period of system downtime. Lastly, they wanted to maintain the turbulent and effective water mixing in the 5.2m deep Cell #1 that they received from their existing coarse bubble system. This was needed in order to ensure only limited sludge accumulation over time. Mechanical treatment plant In recent years effluent release limits have become increasingly stricter. These regulations, combined with ever-growing populations, can be difficult to manage for small municipalities like Aylmer that have limited financial and human resources. In an effort to meet new standards,
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Aylmer, Ontario’s wastewater lagoons were significantly expanded in the 1980s.
many small municipalities have either replaced their lagoon systems with a mechanical plant, or have opted to pump their wastewater to a nearby municipality for treatment. Initially, a mechanical plant appeared to be a very desirable option for Aylmer. Higher quality effluent can be achieved in a smaller footprint, which allows more land for other development and improvements. Unfortunately, a deeper analysis revealed that the cost of designing and building a new mechanical plant was going to far exceed the available budget. The only feasible alternative left was to upgrade their existing infrastructure. Furthermore, they needed a wastewater treatment system that would not increase ongoing operational and maintenance costs. A mechanical plant, with many more moving parts, would not be likely to accomplish that.
Mechanical surface aerators Surface aerators are commonly utilized in wastewater lagoons, similar to Aylmer’s. There are some benefits that met Aylmer’s evaluation criteria. For example, they are portable, and can be quickly installed without incurring downtime. However, maintenance and operation costs would increase from their current system, as surface aerators can malfunction, especially in colder climates. Furthermore, surface aerators have relatively low energy efficiency (SAE 1.5 to 2.25 lb O2/hp-hr) as compared to diffused technologies. This level of energy efficiency was bound to increase the operation costs of the Aylmer lagoon aeration system. Tapp was also concerned about the limited zones of mixing influence. Surface aerators with the most advanced
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Wastewater Aeration mixing capabilities max out around 2.5 to 3.0m. Since Cell#1 at the Aylmer lagoons is 5.2m in depth, the lower half of the water column would remain untouched. This would result in decreased aerobic activity and increased sludge accumulation. According to Penner, “the longer that the solids remain in suspension, with optimum oxygen levels, the greater the microorganisms’ ability to complete the natural treatment process to remove nutrients and minimize sludge accumulation.” Fine bubble aeration As a means of counteracting the low energy efficiency of the surface aeration system, CJDL also considered fine bubble aeration technology. SAEs of 4-7 lb O2/hp-hr translates into much lower operating costs, and a much more sustainable system option. Furthermore, a fine bubble system could potentially utilize the existing blowers. This type of arrangement would result in fewer onshore motors to maintain, as compared to surface aeration. However, research performed by Penner revealed that fine bubble diffusers were prone to clogging. The tiny holes in the diffuser material are susceptible to being blocked by solids or natural fouling buildup. This would likely increase maintenance costs as they would have to be cleaned and replaced regularly. With a fine bubble system such as this, a floating lateral design is necessary. Tapp expressed serious reserva-
tions about this type of design, saying: “Cell#1 in the lagoons has 7.8 hectares of surface area and is wide open to the prevailing winds. Once the ice starts to melt around the edges, the whole sheet of ice will move and shift with the wind, causing a lot of stress on a floating aeration system. If we lose one of the floating laterals, the whole string of individual aerators gets shut down and taken out of service until spring when repairs can be completed.” MARS Aeration System As a result of research on the internet, CJDL discovered the MARS Aeration System and, through detailed consultation with Triplepoint Water Technologies, were able to design a system that met all of Aylmer’s criteria. The MARS Aeration System is a hybrid that combines the efficiency of fine bubble systems with the mixing capabilities of coarse bubble static tube technology in one portable unit. As a result, it can be easily lowered from a small boat into a lagoon from the surface of the water, eliminating the need for dewatering of the lagoon and limiting system downtime. Each unit’s air supply can be isolated via its own individual airline and onshore valve. Similarly, a stainless steel tether allows each unit to be pulled to the surface individually, in the event that maintenance is necessary. The unique design incorporates EPDM fine bubble diffusers to avoid clogging problems.
Triplepoint’s staff worked closely with CJDL and the Town of Aylmer to customize the system layout to suit the high organic loading at the lagoon’s Cell#1 inlet location and to avoid the defunct aeration system that was partially abandoned in place. Triplepoint also addressed the Town’s concerns with coupling successive lengths of weighted tubing by using stainless steel fittings to provide strength and corrosion resistance. Following the first two years of operation, there has been no maintenance required or deficiencies to address. The quality of the treated lagoon effluent has improved and has easily met the strict quality objectives set out in the Ministry of Environment’s Certificate of Approval. The Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) operates the lagoon system under contract with the Town. According to Dale Le Britton, Operations Manager at OCWA, “the new aeration system has definitely made an improvement in the quality of our final effluent for release. We have experienced higher dissolved oxygen levels with less run time on the blowers and we have been able to reduce the discharge phosphorus using less chemical addition. The operators are pleased with how easy it is to control air flow and have not experienced any maintenance issues.” For more information, E-mail: email@example.com
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Peristaltic pump technology proves its worth in water/wastewater-handling operations By Tom Oâ€™Donnell
ositive displacement peristaltic (hose) pumps technology was patented in 1925 in France. Its design and operational characteristics make it a wise choice in a wide range of water-handling applications from moving viscous and/or abrasive slurries to the transfer of water-thin, QRQOXEULFDWLQJ Ă€XLGV DQG VKHDUVHQVLtive materials. Peristaltic pumps satisfy the requirements of such a wide range of applications because their operation is based on the alternating contraction and relaxation of the hose, forcing the contents to move through the pump and into the GLVFKDUJH SLSLQJ$ VPRRWKZDOO Ă€H[LEOH KRVH LV ÂżWWHG LQ WKH SXPS FDVLQJ and is squeezed between shoes on the rotor and the inside of the pump casing. This rotating action moves the product through the hose at a constant rate of displacement. The hose restitution after
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the squeeze produces an almost full vacuum that draws the product into the hose from the intake piping. The pump casing is lubricated to cool the pump and lengthen the service life of the shoes and hose. Since the product only contacts the hose and not the internal pump components, this pumping technology is well suited for abrasive and corrosive applications. Peristaltic pumps also maintain excellent volumetric consistency, making them ideal for the strict dosing and 24/7 operating cycles that can be required in wastewater treatment applications. The pump’s seal-free design makes it dry-run, self-priming and low-slip capable, and eliminates any potential leak or contamination points, while simultaneously providing superior suction lift. Peristaltic pumps are easy to operate and easy to maintain, and reversible operation allows for pumping in both directions. In order to successfully handle the challenges of water and wastewater handling and treatment, the peristaltic pump’s hose needs to achieve the highest level of material compatibility. At
the same time, it must reliably deliver the millions of pumping cycles that are required during its lifetime. When selecting a hose material, it is important to consider the fatigue resistance of the hose. A material that is susceptible to developing cracks and holes relatively early in its operational life, is not as desirable as a material that can
ver Corporation’s Pump Solutions Group (PSG®) are a good choice for lime dosing applications. PSG was formed in 2008 and has grown to become a global corporation with facilities in the United States, France, Germany, India and China. Abaque Series pumps feature a sealfree design that eliminates leaks and product contamination, enabling them to handle the toughest water/ wastewater pumping applications, from abrasive and aggresVLYHÀXLGVWRVKHDUVHQVLWLYHDQG viscous materials. The pumps, which can run in either forward or reverse, are self-priming and offer suction-lift capabilities to nine metres, as well as the ability to run dry continuously without adversely affecting the pump’s performance. Ductile iron and steel construction lets the pump produce discharge pressures as high as 16 bar (232 psi). The Abaque pump’s hoses are available in: natural rubber, which has excellent abrasion resistance and strength; EPDM which has high chemical resistance, especially when handling concentrated acids, and alcohols; and, Buna®-N continued overleaf...
When selecting a hose material, it is important to consider the fatigue resistance of the hose. reliably handle the demands of repeated contraction and relaxation of the hose, especially when particulate-laden liquids are being pumped. The reinforced construction of the peristaltic hose and use of rubber compositions that have been specially designed for the stresses within it, provide optimal performance and a long life cycle. While all peristaltic pumps can be a reliable component in the optimization of water and wastewater operations, Abaque® Series Peristaltic Pumps from Do-
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Maintaining strict dosing rates in wastewater treatment is a constant concern and the operation of Abaque Peristaltic Pumps delivers the chemical-dosing requirements that are required.
which is highly wear resistant to natural gas containing products. Abaque pumps can handle products with water-like viscosities to those as high as 70,000 cSt, solid particle sizes from 1.5 mm to 18 mm and soft particle sizes from 1.5 mm to 31 mm. All pumps can handle product temperatures ranging from 0ºC to 70ºC, with models fea-
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turing an EPDM hose capable of handling maximum temperatures to 80ºC. Conclusion The diversity of water and wastewater operations means that pumps must be versatile enough to cope with ÀXLGV ZLWK PDQ\ GLIIHUHQW OHYHOV RI viscosity, temperature, corrosiveness, toxicity, abrasiveness and particulate
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Barrie selects new water-tight valve chambers By Peter Sucharda
unicipalities are finding their older underground control valve and meter chambers are routinely flooded. This degrades the concrete and reduces the useful life of these structures. Servicing the equipment in these stations becomes difficult and even dangerous. Furthermore, it often fails prematurely because of the high humidity. Replacement chambers are made using either pour-in-place or pre-cast concrete structures. In either case, water leakage may still occur and the cycle of deterioration will begin again. Concrete is porous and it contains inclusions; cracks can occur in handling and as the ground settles. Mastic coatings and water-stops at pipe-ways into and out of the station may not resist hydrostatic pressure and leaks may occur. Flooded chambers represent a hidden cost of servicing. Workers must spend time and effort to pump them out before entering and when they do, they may find a very unfriendly environment. Piping and valves corrode and become slimy to the touch. Undesirable life-forms consider these chambers their home. The dark, damp and slippery conditions are often the cause of worker complaints and injuries. Additionally, without proper ventilation, noxious gases can collect, creating additional safety concerns. Finding that several of their chambers were in poor condition, the City of Barrie, Ontario decided to look for alternative solutions. Engineered Fluid Inc. (EFI) produces pre-fabricated, water-tight steel chambers for the municipal water distribution market. Approximately 12,000 of these have been installed throughout North America. These factory-built, installation-ready equipment chambers offer many advantages: Leak-proof: Steel is non-porous. The seal welded, steel-walled chambers are constructed so that there are no opportunities for water or gases to enter. All ports into the chamber are welded joints, made physically strong enough to remain in position and “leak-free”
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regardless of groundwater, or ground shifts that occur over time. EFI chambers provide a user-friendly environment for workers to enter without fear of having to deal with flooding or “surprise guests”. They are formed, coated and provided with cathodic protection to resist corrosion. Special coatings systems can be used where “hot” soil conditions are apparent. Controlled climate: When electricity is available for these chambers, they typically include a heater, ventilation fan, de-humidifier and sump pump. The heater and de-humidifier are self-regulating units that turn on/off as required. Together the heater and de-humidifier maintain a warm, dry environment that minimizes humidity, is suitable for electronic equipment, and will extend the working life of all chamber components significantly. Along with the ventilation fan, return air and fan discharge ports are designed to ensure that fresh air is circulated through the chamber when the hatch is open. Custom-design: The City of Barrie worked with EFI to design the layout and contents of their chambers. The City
selected the product types and manufacturers they preferred. An iterative design process was used, whereby the chamber manufacturer supplied a proposed, to-scale layout drawing which the City reviewed and provided feedback on. This led to a revised layout drawing and further feedback, until a final design was reached. Spacious environment: These chambers are designed for operators to safely work on the internal equipment, by leaving proper room around piping components and electrical equipment. The chamber lighting also instills a feeling of spaciousness because the capsule’s smooth metal walls reflect light, making the entire chamber brighter and more user-friendly. Reduced installation time: Pre-fabricated stations significantly shorten the time required for site work, thereby minimizing road disruption and “open-hole” safety concerns. The finished chamber is delivered fully assembled and pressure tested. Site logistics are only needed for scheduling delivery of the station, excavating the hole, pouring a small concrete pad at the bottom of the hole (to
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Water Distribution act as ballast), placing the chamber on the pad, securing it to the pad, connecting the water main to the stationâ€™s inlet/outlet piping and then burying it. Conduit ports for electrical power, I/O and telemetry are pre-arranged and all electrical connections are greatly simplified because the interior of the chamber is delivered pre-wired. Quality: Within the factory controlled environment, precise computer-controlled cutting and welding equipment are used to build each station. Factory personnel, who may build 500 stations each year, bring this depth of experience to station fabrication and component assembly. An independent Quality Assurance department checks to ensure work is performed to industry standards. Each station is fully assembled, pressure tested and functionally tested. Capsule longevity: When designed, constructed, coated and properly protected, steel-walled chambers should last as long as, or longer, than concrete valve chambers. Design and quality standards are important. Chambers must be made such that their top and bottom plates are joined using a cold-formed, rolled edge,
Finished chambers are delivered fully assembled and pressure tested.
double welded, lap seamed weld joint. The lap joint, including continuously full fillet welds on the interior and exterior of the chamber, minimizes corrosion potential and maximizes epoxy coating effectiveness. A proper epoxy coating process ensures that all interior and exterior surfaces receive an adequate thickness of coating. The chamberâ€™s sidewalls are then covered with a flame-retardant in-
sulating material, which is then sprayed with a UV retardant hardening coating. Depending on soil conditions at the site and the size of the station, one or more sacrificial anodes will be supplied. A test box can be supplied, to determine when an anode should be replaced (typically five to ten years). Maintenance requirements: Steel chambers do require some maintenance. continued overleaf...
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Water Distribution Anodes need to monitored and changed periodically. Depending on frequency of entry into the station, the floor should be swept periodically. It should be recoated every five to seven years. This recoating will require a worker with a breather pack to solvent wipe the washed and dried floor and to apply a coat of the two-part epoxy coating. Warranty: The chamber manufacturer is solely responsible for the entire station, including delivery to site, start-up, commissioning, training, warranty documentation and any and all operational issues. Despite the fact that there are many components from many different manufacturers, the station manufacturer takes on the full warranty responsibility. Data collection: A key tool for managing distributed fluid systems is pressure and flow data collected from a variety of locations. Control valve chambers are ideal for collecting this data, since they are often located at zone boundaries. This allows the logging of pressure from two zones, at one location. The environment provided by steel
chambers makes the collection of this data easier and more cost-effective. Confined space issues: Ontario Regulation 632/05 defines a confined space as a fully or partially enclosed space, that is not designed nor constructed for continuous human occupancy, and in which atmospheric hazards may occur because of its construction, location or contents, or because of work that is done in it. Discussions are being held with the Ministry of Labour to determine whether these steel-walled chambers are not confined spaces. The stations are designed with worker safety and building codes in mind. Harmful fumes cannot enter through the walls of the chamber. As long as electrical power is available, these chambers provide lighting and ventilation, whenever someone is inside. Ventilation is sized to “turn the air over” a minimum of 10 times per hour. Based on the regulation’s definition, it is felt that these chambers should not be considered a confined space. An air monitor should be used when personnel are inside, but no confined space
recovery equipment, or a rescue plan, should be required. In May 2013, an EFI pre-fabricated pressure reducing chamber was installed in a residential area of Barrie. It consisted of a 150 mm fire flow and a 50 mm regular-daily-flow pressure reducing valve, 150 mm and 50 mm insertion flow meters, upstream and downstream pressure transmitters and a cellular-based telemetry system. Installation of the chamber began shortly after it was delivered to the site and the chamber was in place and buried within a few days. The City has ordered three more pressure reducing valve chambers, which were due to be delivered in early December 2013. It has budgeted for additional pre-fabricated chambers in 2014. Other Ontario municipalities have recently ordered four water-tight valve chambers, with more at various stages of project designs that call for similar ones. Peter Sucharda, P.Eng., MBA, is with Devine & Associates Ltd. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Wastewater sampling can be a challenge for Far North communities By Ken Johnson
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temperature monitors called â€œthermistorsâ€? were placed in the sample coolers originating from Grise Fiord. Along the way, temperature spikes that reached 10Â°C occurred when the cooler was opened to put in more wastewater samples from other locations (See Figure 2). Sampling point access challenges Accessing many of the wastewater sampling locations within each comPXQLW\ ZDV D GHÂżQLWH FKDOOHQJH LQ WKH 2008 study. Many locations were either FRPSOHWHO\LQDFFHVVLEOHRUYHU\GLIÂżFXOW to access. Only 53 per cent of the comPXQLWLHVKDGHDV\DFFHVVWRHIĂ€XHQWGLVcharge sampling points, and 22 per cent did not have any access. ,Q DGGLWLRQ WKH &:6 GHÂżQLWLRQ RI the â€œend of pipeâ€? location is not clearO\ GHÂżQHG VR VDPSOHV ZHUH WDNHQ DW the likeliest location of the end of pipe. Many of the communities sampled had a wetland as part of their treatment process, so the end of pipe was not clear. This created a challenge to identify and DFFHVV WKH ÂżQDO GLVFKDUJH SRLQW 7KH majority of the 39 communities had no FOHDUORFDWLRQIRUWKHHQGRIWKHHIĂ€XHQW discharge pipe. Conclusions Biological systems, such as sewage lagoons and wetlands, are at the mercy of the natural environment and, therefore, inherently variable regardless of latitude. If excessive cold temperatures are thrown into the mix, then biological systems are not reliable enough to consistently meet a prescribed low target, such as the CWS guidelines. The 2008 sampling study of Far North communities clearly demonstrated this, with over 60 per cent of the samples not meeting www.esemag.com
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York Region evaluates passive mixing system for water storage tanks By Chris Hunter, Dan Berringer and Beth Weir
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Operational concerns Maintaining acceptable water quality in potable water storage facilities is an important challenge faced by public utilities. Low turnover rates, poor mixing and short-circuiting, cause stagnant ZDWHU GHDG ]RQHV WKHUPDO VWUDWLÂżFDtion and ice formation. All of these contribute to quality problems, including: loss of residual disinfectant; disinfecWLRQE\SURGXFWIRUPDWLRQQLWULÂżFDWLRQ in chlorinated systems; bacterial reJURZWKDOJDHDQGELRÂżOPJURZWKDQG taste and odour problems Proper mixing in water storage facilities can eliminate and/or mitigate these problems. By providing suitable mixing of the tank, a homogeneous water mass can be maintained with equal concentrations of residual disinfectant and any unwanted elements. This helps to ensure that the samples taken, often at a single location, are representative of all of the water in the tank and allow for early detection of any problems. To address these concerns and maintain high quality water, the Region conducted an investigation of methods to encourage tank mixing, reduce stratLÂżFDWLRQ DQG XOWLPDWHO\ LPSURYH ZDWHU quality within the storage vessel as well as the distribution system. The passive system scored the highest on performance, maintainability and operability. It is able to deliver the desired mixing with zero maintenance and operational requirements outside WKH QRUPDO RSHUDWLRQ GUDZÂżOO F\FOHV of the reservoir. It was chosen as the ultimate solution.
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Figure 2. Magna elevated tank chlorine residuals versus flow.
Four pilot test sites were selected for the installation of the passive mixing systems: Ridge Road in Aurora, and Newmarketâ€™s Magna Tower, London Road Tower and Bathurst Tank. Based on the evaluation of the pilot test sites, the Region added mixing systems to seven additional sites. Dropping chlorine residual It was suspected that the mixing systems installed in the storage tanks were
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Water Supply water age and water tank turnover. The mixing systems were, in fact, homogenizing the chlorine residuals within the water storage vessel. Utilizing available data for both eleYDWHGWDQNVJUDSKVLOOXVWUDWLQJWKHĂ€RZ rates into and out of the elevated tanks GXULQJWKHÂżOOGUDLQSURFHVVHVZHUHGHveloped. Chlorine concentrations measured by the analyzer are depicted in Figure 1 and Figure 2. The red line represents the chlorine residuals measured RQWKHLQOHWRXWOHWSLSH Utilizing the tanksâ€™ data, a model was developed to estimate the concentration of the chlorine residual in the elevated tanks. The values for the estimated chlorine concentration at the start of the drain cycle closely correspond to chlorine levels shown on the tank graphs (real data) and actual tank data. Each model required calibration, as chlorine decay seemed to vary depending on the disinfectant process used, source of the water and water age prior to entry into the storage vessel. Calibrating each PRGHOWRWKHVSHFLÂżFVLWHSHUPLWWHGDFcurate predictions of expected chlorine residuals. Results of analysis Upon an initial review of the data, it was observed that the chlorine concentration was dropping drastically at the start of the drain cycle. This initially suggested that there might be a problem
with the mixing systems leaving unmixed aged water at the bottom of the tank. After a review of the layout of the elevated tanks, it was determined that the location of the sample point for the FKORULQH DQDO\]HU LQ WKH ÂżOOGUDLQ SLSH was not able to accurately measure the chlorine concentrations in the elevated tank. This was due to the check valves that were installed as part of the mixing system. %\ VDPSOLQJ WKH ZDWHU LQ WKH ÂżOO drain pipe, the analyzer could not di-
The addition of mixing systems has allowed the Region to produce a consistent residual leaving the storage facilities. rectly sample the water in the tank due to the installed mixing system check valves and the short turnover of water LQWKHÂżOOGUDLQSLSH7KLVOHGWRSHULRGV when the measured chlorine concentraWLRQZDVDUWLÂżFLDOO\KLJKDVWKHDQDO\]er was only sampling the new water in WKH ÂżOOGUDLQ SLSH GXULQJ ÂżOOLQJ 2QFH the drain cycle started and mixed water from the tank entered the pipe, the measured chlorine concentration dropped quickly to the concentration in the tank. The Region added a second sample point for the analyzers directly at
the water storage tank. This allowed the analyzers to directly compare the VDPSOHVLQWKHGUDLQÂżOOSLSHDVZHOODV in the water storage tank. The Region completed this change and the chlorine concentrations measured were in line with those shown in the model, without the drastic swings in measured chlorine residuals. From an analysis of longer term data than that used in the creation of the model, it was determined that water age played a major role in the deterioration of chlorine residuals for the Magna and London Road elevated tanks. The Region is studying the water demands of the pressure district systems of the two elevated tanks, to determine whether it is possible to increase tank turnover and reduce water age, by reducing storage capacity during lower demand periods. The addition of mixing systems has allowed the Region to produce a consistent residual leaving the storage facilities. Previously, it had to drain the towers due to water quality. This is now no longer the case. The Region has added the mixing systems as its standard for QHZ FDSLWDO SURMHFWV DQG LV UHWURÂżWWLQJ older tanks as the opportunity arises. Chris Hunter, P.Eng., PMP, and Dan Berringer, P.Eng., are with Conestoga-Rovers & Associates Limited. Beth Weir is with the Regional Municipality of York. For more information, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Fusible PVC pipe developed to protect riverside community from flooding
stablished in 2010 through the adoption of the Keswick Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP), Keswick on the River is a new community in southwest Edmonton, Alberta. It is bounded by the North Saskatchewan River to the west and the Windemere Golf and Country club to the north. The 200-acre neighbourhood is named for a town in northwest England and features more than 1,500 homes that offer old world English architecture, designed to look and feel like a country village. As with much of Edmontonâ€™s stormwater system, the Keswick development required a system to drain surface water DQG SUHYHQW Ă€RRGLQJ 7KUHH LQWHUFRQnected ponds surrounded by parkland will collect and clean rain water and return it to the river through an innovative outfall system. While the wetlands were designed to recreate the natural system of a river valley, they are also functional. 'HVLJQHG IRU \HDU Ă€RRG SURWHFtion, the system conveys the stormwater through an underground trenchless system along the southern edge of the golf course and into the North Saskatchewan River. This required more than 500 metres of horizontal directional drilling (HDD) that dropped 32 metres to the river bank, and a pipe large enough and reliable enough to handle the volume. Flexibility was also required to accommodate a compound bend during the pull. Delivering a larger, better alternative To handle maximum stormwater Ă€RZWKHXQGHUJURXQGSLSHLQVWDOOHGDW Keswick had to be 750 millimetres (30 inches) in diameter. Many municipalities have historically used traditional HDPE (high-density polyethylene) pipe in these trenchless applications, but PVC (polyvinyl chloride) was chosen by the City of Edmonton for its pull force and other advantages. PVC has grown steadily in popularity as the material of choice for stormwater systems throughout North America. CIOD (cast-iron outside diameter) Fusible Brute TM PVC pipe from IPEX
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Over 500 metres of Fusible Brute PVC pipe was needed for the Keswick Stormwater outfall.
enables fully restrained joints with a tensile strength equal to that of the pipe. By combining the mechanical properties of PVC with an innovative patented butt fusion process, Fusible PVC pipe is capable of being installed in long continuous trenchless applications like the Keswick stormwater outfall system. PVCâ€™s reduced wall thickness also requires less PDWHULDODQG\LHOGVEHWWHUĂ€RZ â€œBecause this system was going into the river, we needed an environmentally-friendly option. The pipe had to be corrosion resistant to avoid causing any contamination of the water,â€? explains Jordan Rice, project manager for Raywalt Construction Co. Ltd., the general contractor for the project. During the preliminary design stages of the project, Raywalt Construction met with IPEX to analyze options and determine if it was possible for the Fusible Brute pipe to be manufactured in a 750 mm diameter. The use of Fusible PVC allowed for easy connections via simple standard ÂżWWLQJVDQGPDWHULDOFRQVLVWHQF\DFURVV the entire system. The CIOD Fusible PVC pipe will also be easier to main-
tain over the life of the system because all the accessories are readily available, and its gasket-free joints and abrasion and scratch-resistant properties ensure long-term reliability. Solving a challenging, unique installation Fusible Brute PVC pipe is available in 12.2-metre lengths. To create longer pipe lengths for the installation, the patent-pending fusion process incorporated a proprietary PVC formulation and a unique combination of heat, pressure DQG WLPH XVLQJ VOLJKWO\ PRGLÂżHG VWDQdard industry fusion machines. Clean Harbors Directional Boring Services Ltd. was subcontracted by Raywalt Construction for the fusion and installation at Keswick. Technicians are TXDOLÂżHG WR IXVH SLSHV IROORZLQJ WUDLQing courses with IPEX experts. The new 750mm Fusible Brute pipe used for Keswick required more training time in WKHÂżHOGDQGMRLQWVIXVHGWKDQXVXDO Fusion time with Fusible Brute PVC is comparable to other thermoplastic materials. It can be performed at any temperature, as long as the pipe ends are
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Centralized treatment of fracking wastewaters becoming a viable solution By Jeff Easton
s hydraulic fracturing wells increase in number, so does the stress on surface and ground water supplies. Large volumes of water are consumed in the fracking process, with one well needing up to one million gallons (almost 24,000 barrels) of fresh water for the fracking process alone. Equally important is the increasing volume of wastewater generated from fracking wells, which requires disposal or recycling. Up to 60 per cent of the water injected into a wellhead (potentially 600,000 gallons) during the fracking process will discharge back out of WKHZHOOVKRUWO\WKHUHDIWHUDVĂ€RZEDFN wastewater. Thereafter, and for the life of the wellhead, it will discharge up to 100,000 gallons per day of produced wastewater. %HFDXVHZDWHULVWKHEDVHĂ€XLGDQG biggest component in hydraulic fracturing, it is a critical factor in the operation and economics of shale oil and JDV SURGXFWLRQ %XW VLJQLÂżFDQW DQG growing water management challenges are impacting hydraulic fracturing. Fresh water and wastewater operating procedures drafted in the late 1990s are facing increasingly stiffer governmental regulations on water availability and disposal limitations. One solution which integrates all aspects of fresh water and wastewater management and optimizes the utilization of water resources is a centralized approach to the treatment and reuse of wastewater. Centralization provides treatment and reuse of wastewater from a large number of wellheads both in the initial frack and throughout the wellâ€™s lifecycle. Furthermore, a centralized system can more easily access and utilize alternative water sources, such as municipal wastewater facilities, which would otherwise be inaccessible. Wellheads producing shale oil and gas are long-term processes, typically exceeding 20 years. However, conventional solutions for handling fresh wa-
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Centralized wastewater treatment facilities handle both the flowback wastewater and produced wastewater from oil and gas hydraulic fracturing wells within a region, at a radius of 40 to 50 miles. Pipelines connect all wellheads directly with the central treatment plant.
ter resources and wastewater are geared towards the short-term. Impounding wastewater for evaporation in surface ponds, trucking water over long distances to deep-well injection sites, and WUHDWLQJ Ă€RZEDFN ZDVWHZDWHU IRU UHXVH at the wellhead, are all short-term options which do not address critical longterm issues. The centralized wastewater management concept is gaining momentum. In North America, more than a dozen centralized wastewater treatment facilities servicing shale oil and gas drilling are now operational or in development. Wellhead wastewater treatment Wastewater from shale oil and gas extraction can contain high levels of toWDOGLVVROYHGVROLGVIUDFWXULQJĂ€XLGDGditives, total suspended solids, hardness compounds, metals, oil and gas, bacteria and bacteria disinfection agents, and naturally occurring radioactive materials. These contaminants are partially a combination of chemicals and agents
inserted deep into the well (9,000 feet and deeper) which facilitate fracking by modifying the water chemistry to increase viscosity, carry more sand and improve conductivity. Essentially, the fracking process pushes water down into the rock formation, trying to wedge the rock FUDFNV RSHQ7KH VDQG ÂżOOV LQ EHWZHHQ WKH FUDFNV WKDW WKH K\GUDXOLF Ă€XLG KDV propped open. Once the fracking is done, much of the water comes back up WKHZHOODVĂ€RZEDFNZDVWHZDWHU Some drilling operators elect to reuse a portion of the wastewater to replace and/or supplement fresh water in IRUPXODWLQJ IUDFWXULQJ Ă€XLG 5HXVH RI shale oil and gas wastewater is, in part, dependent on the levels of pollutants in the wastewater and the proximity of other fracturing sites that might reuse the wastewater. This practice has the potential to reduce discharges to surface ponds, minimize underground injection of wastewater and conserve and reuse water resources.
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Fracking Mobile solutions to treat wastewater at the wellhead enable recycling and reuse oI Ă€owbacN without the need Ior storing wastewater in surface ponds onsite or for trucNing Ă€owbacN wastewater for disposal at off-site deep-well injection locations. The recycled wastewater is treated speciÂżcally for a different well site fracN. The treatPent is custoPi]ed for the geology of that speciÂżed well site. The drawbacN to wellhead Pobile solutions is that they do not provide continuous processing to handle produced wastewaters which need to be processed for potentially 20 years following fracNing. 6ince produced wastewater represents per cent or Pore of wastewater generated during the life cycle of a well Pobile processing systePs are not adeTuate long-terP solutions. Centralized water management &entrali]ed treatPent of wastewater is ePerging as a viable solution for long-terP PanagePent of water sourcing and wastewater treatPent in hydrau-
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lic fracturing. &entrali]ed treatPent facilities handle both the Ă€owbacN wastewater and produced wastewater froP oil and gas wells within a region, at a radius of 0 to 0 Piles. 3ipelines connect all wellheads directly with the central treatPent plant. Wastewater received by the plant is identiÂżed as originating froP a speciÂżc well. The targeted usage reTuirePents for that wastewater are speciÂżed, and then the wastewater is processed to Peet that usage. 2nce processed, the wastewater is then piped directly to the targeted well site. &entral wastewater treatPent facilities are in a better position to provide a broader scope of treatPent options. They can provide just-in-tiPe processing capabilities, whether it is for a slicNwater application in a well, or suitable for discharge to a watercourse. These processes can include: â€˘ 3riPary three-phase separation to rePove dissolved natural gas, floating gel, oil, sand and suspended solids, followed by storage for eTuali]ation
of chePical coPposition and flow. â€˘ 6econdary separation utili]ing dissolved air or gas flotation for rePoval of a wide variety of contaPinants including polyPers, oils and suspended solids. Bactericide is added to control bacterial growth. â€˘ 5ePoval of Petals by precipitation, and rePoval of salts by reverse osPosis. â€˘ 6ludge PanagePent for dewatering collected solids. &entrali]ed plants can be integrated with alternative sources of fresh water to supplePent fracNing Ă€uid. These can include abandoned Pines, storPwater control basins, Punicipal treatPent plant efĂ€uent and power plant cooling water. *overnPent Pandates now ePphasi]e that water for oil and gas drilling should consist Pore of reused fracNing Ă€uids and water froP sources such as treated wastewater and acidic Pine drainage. Jeff Easton is with WesTech Engineering, Inc. E-mail: email@example.com
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Overcoming the key challenges for motor control center replacement By Syed Raza
Motor Control Center (MCC) is major power distribution equipment regularly found in any water/ wastewater treatment plant or, in general, any facility that requires electrical power. MCCs are enclosed assemblies, divided into sections with a common power bus. As the name suggests, they consist of motor control circuits, motor starters, feeder breakers and panel boards. In Canada, low voltage MCCs are generally rated for 600V, 60Hz, 3phase, 3 or 4wire systems. Just like every other piece of electrical equipment, MCCs have a certain design life, after which they either need to be refurbished, or be completely replaced with a new one. Replacement can become quite a complicated process, especially if the equipment powered by the MCC cannot be shut down for an extended period of time, due to process constraints. For example, a booster pump feeding an old, underground water supply pipe, cannot be shut down for an extended period of time because small cracks in the old pipe could cause groundwater to infiltrate. Another common challenge is the unavailability of accurate MCC as-built wiring diagrams. MCCs can undergo numerous upgrades and modifications over time, for which the record data may not be available. The following is a step-by-step guide to a typical replacement process which, for this example, assumes that the new MCC will be installed at the existing MCC’s location. Step 1 – Reconstruction of wiring diagram based on field verification: This step is only required, if the updated “as-built” drawings are not available. It can be easily done by hiring a licensed electrician, who can trace down the wiring for each individual load, with the help of plant operation staff. Step 2 – Designing the replacement Motor Control Center: This step involves the electrical engineer designing the MCC replacement.
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Typical motor control centers. Critical Load Analysis Project: MCC
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It will also require input from the client regarding any specific MCC make or model that is standardized or preferred. It is highly recommended that digital power meters be installed, as they can provide valuable data on consumption. Measuring and monitoring energy consumption is an important factor for sustainable infrastructure design and development, highlighted in rating systems such as LEED® and Envision™. The design engineer can also incorporate additional control and communication features for remote control or alarms display. This can be done by either providing the hardwired dry contacts wiring to the plant SCADA system, or by using communication protocols such as DeviceNet or Profibus, etc. Step 3 – Determination of critical loads: This step requires substantial coordination and input from the operation
staff. MCCs typically handle different types of loads, some of which can be shut down for extended periods. Others may only be switched off for a very limited time period. For example, in a wastewater treatment plant, it may not be as critical to power off the space heaters, but the raw sewage pumps may not be kept off for long. As a result of this step, a critical load table is created, identifying all critical loads and the maximum allowable downtime for each (See Figure 1). The larger the critical load list grows, the more complicated the MCC replacement process becomes. Step 4 – Designing temporary power distribution scheme: The next step is to design the temporary power supply for critical loads. Based on the location of the MCC and the critical loads, temporary feeders and
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starters can be installed at a suitable location. Also, depending on the installation configuration, either the existing cables can be used with temporary starters, or new temporary cables are in-
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stalled for quick change over purposes. Typical arrangements of temporary feeders and starters with temporary cables are shown in Figure 2 and Figure 3. The main feeder to the MCC is split to power the temporary arrangement for critical load. Step 5 – Staging the shutdowns and transfer of critical loads on temporary starters and feeders: This step is generally carried out once the new MCC has been manufactured,
delivered to the site and passed site inspection. Critical loads are shifted to the temporary starters one by one. This can be done in a single shut down, or multiple ones, depending on the maximum allowable shut down time for each critical load. Step 6 – Replacement of the MCC: Once all the critical loads are successfully transferred to the temporary arrangement, the existing MCC is decommissioned. The new MCC is installed and all non-critical loads are connected to it and tested for proper functioning. Step 7 – Staging the shutdowns and retransfer of loads on the MCC: Finally, the critical loads are transferred back to the new MCC. Again, this can be done in a single or multiple steps, depending on the allowable shut down for each critical load. This list of steps is not all inclusive and other factors need to be considered, based on different site conditions and new code requirements. Syed Raza, P.Eng., is a LEED Green Associate with R.V. Anderson Associates Limited. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Advanced gas detection technology supports Arctic greenhouse gas research
ying within the frozen soil and ice of the Arctic are enormous quantities of greenhouse gases (GHG). As melting permafrost could cause a dangerous climate tipping point, a clear understanding of the relationship between GHG in the atmosphere and in the ice/soil is vital. There can be few more challenging environments than the High Arctic for monitoring gases, but PhD researcher Martin Brummell and professors Steven Siciliano and Rich Farrell from the University of Saskatchewan have conducted a successful research expedition. :RUNLQJLQWKHÂżHOGLPSRVHVDQXPber of requirements for analytical equipment. However, the extreme weather conditions of the High Arctic demand a level of capability that is rarely available as standard. Field work in such FRQGLWLRQVPXVWEHVLPSOHĂ€H[LEOHDQG fast, but most importantly, according to Martin Brummell, â€œthe equipment must also be extremely reliable because you do not have the luxury of a local engineer/supplierâ€?. To work in the Canadian Arctic, the team used a Gasmet DX4015 FTIR analyzer. Brummell says that, â€œit was also the ideal choice because, as an FTIR analyzer, it is able to monitor almost any gas. This is normally a feature of mains powered laboratory instruments, but the DX4015 is portable and powered by a small generator, so it is ideal for monitoring in remote locations.â€? Sampling and analysis in the Arctic The research was carried out on (OOHVPHUH ,VODQG LQ WKH %DIÂżQ 5HJLRQ of Nunavut. The analyzer was used to monitor the production, consumption and atmospheric exchange of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. All three of these greenhouse gases are major components of natural biogeochemical cycles. They are each released and up-taken by soil microbes in the Arctic. A set of simple, perforated steel tubes was driven into the soil, to the point of the permafrost threshold. In-
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Polar desert soils near Buchanan Bay, on Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, viewed from the air. Photo by Martin Brummell.
side these tubes, gases within the soil were allowed to reach equilibrium via diffusion over 24 hours. This allowed the researchers to analyze gas concentrations to a depth of 0.5 metre. The procedure was simple and, therefore,
Comparisons between the surface flux and the soil profile for each of the greenhouse gases was a key objective in Brummellâ€™s investigation. reliably repeatable. Furthermore, measurement of gas concentrations at different depths enabled direct comparison with soil analyses. 8VLQJ)7,5LQWKHÂżHOG The Gasmet DX4015 is a portable FTIR gas analyzer for ambient air analysis. FTIR, an abbreviation for Fourier-transform infrared, is an interferometric spectroscopic instrument (interferometer) that uses the infrared com-
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Canadian Children’s Groundwater Festival celebrates 20 years By Peter Gray
At the 2013 Waterloo Wellington Children’s Groundwater Festival, children operate a hand pump in the Bucket Brigade activity centre.
ow do we go about changing the way our youth are taught when it comes to water, a life-force so vital to our existence, in the midst of different governments, and changing teaching methods and curriculum? This article looks back at a movement in Ontario that started more than 20 years ago in which thousands of people have been involved, all equally or more passionate and capable about educating our young people about water than I am. I just happen to be writing from the perspective of someone who has been there from the beginning. It was spring 1993 when two of my Canadian industrial clients were going WR EH ¿QHG XQGHU WKH Environmental Protection Act for spills at their facilities. While brainstorming with legal counsel and clients, a novel idea came
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Public Education forward - to appeal to the what would Ee the Âżrst eYer Crown for the opportunity Canadian ChildrenÂśs *roundto allocate the proceeds of water )estiYal the Âżnes to an enYironPental 7he weeN-long eYent, held cause instead of the Poney in 1994, was a huge success, JoinJ to the Jeneral JoYernwith support froP the two Pent coffers 7he only proEinitial industrial coPpanies, leP was that we didnÂśt haYe drillers, regional and proYina unique cause that we could cial goYernPent, health units, all agree on to present to the the 8niYersity of Waterloo, Crown as a YiaEle or worthy enYironPental consultants, candidate for funding local Eusinesses, conserYa6o after doing soPe retion authorities, and staff At the 2013 Waterloo Wellington Childrenâ€™s Groundwater search in $pril a sPall froP the $gricultural 0useFestival, children compete in the Pioneer Water Race. group of us headed down to uP in 0ilton, where the eYent /incoln 1eErasNa to checN out was held 7hat weeN, Pore all while learning aEout the Pysterious an eYent called the ChildrenÂśs than , Nids froP *rades *roundwater )estiYal 7his was Eeing world of groundwater :e all looNed at 4 to participated in the eYent, along put on Ey the *roundwater )oundation each other and said, â€œwe need to do this with appro[iPately parent Yolun:hat we witnessed was spellEinding Âą a EacN hoPeÂ´ teers, and other Yolunteers needed few thousand school Nids froP *rades to staff the Pore than 4 actiYity centres First Canadian Childrenâ€™s to froP across the state were Eused and help run the eYent Groundwater Festival to a uniYersity caPpus where they When the Âżnes were issued to the inWe presented the idea to the Crown dustrial coPpanies, their cheques were would spend the day in soPe or Pore different actiYity centres 7he Nids were and, after receiYing a positiYe response, directed to help fund the 1994 Chile[cited inquisitiYe and engaged for the reached out to anyone who would listen, drenÂśs *roundwater )estiYal Âą a one of whole day while Eeing encouraged to or who was rePotely interested in Eeing a Nind in Canada 7he eYent was such continued overleaf... e[plore e[periPent play and get wet inYolYed 7hen, we started planning for
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Public Education a huge success that the team committed to, and successfully pulled off the second Children’s Groundwater Festival in Milton in 1995. A watershed moment After two successful festivals and seeing the potential for this type of water education beyond the classroom take place in communities elsewhere, we faced a watershed moment. How could this volunteer-led educational initiative not only survive, but become a mainstream method of education for a new generation of water savvy kids across the province? After much debate, the original steering committee decided to approach new potential partners in their home communities, along with support from some of the initial team members. Thus, the concept of children’s groundwater, or water festivals expanded to communities in Waterloo, York, Durham and Peel Regions. Thanks to continued support from all the partners, these festivals are heading into their 21st consecutive year in more than 27 communities across Ontario.
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They have reached more than 500,000 elementary students, and each festival is constantly evolving and growing to meet the ever-changing educational needs and expectations. The success of the children’s water festivals across the province has been based on numerous factors, including: • Each festival is designed to be fun and interactive. If students learn in a fun setting, the message will have a lasting effect. • People are becoming more concerned about the environment, especially water. They want to be more aware about water conservation and protection for future use, as these concepts can be discussed and managed right in the home. • Teachers appreciate the opportunity to have experts educate their students about water in a fun setting, with teaching at all activity centres linked to the Ontario curriculum. • The festival takes a hands-on approach from which all benefit. After 20 years, there have been stu-
dents who have attended a water festival as an elementary student, come back and volunteer to instruct at an activity centre as a high school or university student. Then they graduate from university to work in the water/environmental / engineering ¿eld and come back and sit as a member of a local festival steering committee! Now that’s full circle – just like water makes its way through the water cycle! More water education beyond the classroom As the children’s water festival model continued to expand across Ontario, the need also developed for the sharing of ideas and resources for other educational opportunities. In 2001, the not-for-pro¿t organization, the Children’s Water Education Council (CWEC) was formed as a group of education and water professionals. Its mandate was to respect our water sources, and preserve it for future generations through greater awareness of, and appreciation for, this vital life force. The organization, which received
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Public Education resources and understanding more about the science of water, participants also interact with their peers in university and young professionals in the water industry. Mentoring opportunities are provided, allowing them to gather information about various career options. World Water Day celebration CWEC celebrates World Water Day on March 22 with Soup Fest – Just Add Water, an annual event that brings together supporters of the water community to share a cup of soup. World Water Day is an international observance initiative that grew out of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro. This networking event allows attendees to sample soup, enjoy a buffet of breads and desserts, and cast a ballot for their favourite soup. The winner takes home the coveted Soup Fest trophy. Water careers presentation In 2012, CWEC developed a pro-
changed and engaged gram to provide an insociety to manage and class presentation to protect our most prehigh school students cious resource, water. about potential water Wars are fought over careers. Through nuit, people die without merous demonstrations, enough of it and yet in students learn about the some places it is conimportance of water taminated, overused science and understand and wasted. the source of the water Hopefully, some of that is delivered to their the more than 500,000 tap. The concept is reand growing students, inforced with a handswho have been exposed on demonstration of an Peter A. Gray. to a water education iniedible aquifer using ice tiative beyond the classcream, syrup, pop and nuts to replicate what lies beneath their room, will continue to contribute sigfeet. ni¿cantly to the changed society that is An overview of the water indus- required to ensure that future generations try provides the resources for students will be blessed with the water supply that to make an informed decision when the students have grown up with. choosing their career path. Peter A. Gray, P.Geo., is with MTE Consultants Inc. He is Volunteer Summary We have all heard that it takes a President, Children’s Water Education Council. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org village to raise a child; well, it takes a
ES&E NEWS 2015 Allen D. Williams Scholarship accepting nominations The Allen D. Williams Scholarship Award is presented each year to a young employee of an Association of Consulting Engineers Canada (ACEC) member ¿rm who has demonstrated involvement with, or contribution to, priorities identi¿ed by an ACEC Member 2rgani]ation or ACEC itself. The scholarship was ¿rst awarded in 2009 and honours Allen Williams, ACEC Chair from 2004-2005 and founder of A. D. Williams Engineering. The annual award serves as an incentive for young professionals of member ¿rms to get involved with their respective Consulting Engineering Industry Associations to advance the priorities identi¿ed by these organi]ations. Nominations must be submitted by a senior partner or principal to a member organi]ation. The intent to nominate deadline is March , 2014 and the of¿cial submission deadline is March 24, 2014. The award will be presented on June 20, 2014 and the winner will attend the FIDIC conference 66 | January/February 2014
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WERF researching cooperative management of water from all sources The Water Environment Research Foundation is researching the institutional issues and governance structures impacting established water, wastewater and stormwater management agencies. “Institutional Issues for Green-Gray Infrastructure Based on Integrated ‘One Water’ Management and Resource Recovery,” aims to understand what institutional challenges have faced organi]ations engaged in the 2ne Water approach, and more importantly what strategies and actions were adopted to overcome them. One Water is the concept that water from all sources must be managed cooperatively to meet economic, social, and environmental needs. WERF is seeking to: • Understand the current state of institutional barriers or opportunities for more integrated planning and management of water services. • Illustrate the institutional issues iden-
tified, furthering discussion about how barriers may have been overcome. • Capture key institutional challenges and associated solutions confronting the development of a 2ne Water approach in a useful framework. • 2rgani]e a series of workshops to engage international experts on this topic. WERF Program Director Theresa Connor said that water management governance systems and institutions developed over the past century, may now be barriers to effectively meeting current and future challenges. “Since institutions are dif¿cult to change, it is critical to look at how communities are overcoming these barriers, so that we can learn from each other and ¿nd ways to collectively manage our water resources for the needs of our communities, our economy and our environment,” said Connor. The contract for this research was awarded to the Institute for Sustainable Futures at University of Technology in Sydney. WERF is collaborating with the Water Research Foundation and Water Research Australia in this effort. www.werf.org
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Innovative technology allows for economical recycling of aquaculture water By Alice Mahr
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PISTAÂŽWorksâ„˘ is a packaged all in one headworks and grit removal scheme, offering a compact footprint and speedy/ efficient installation. The system features a fully automated control system, an integrated screening system for solids retention, a PISTAÂŽ Grit Concentrator, a PISTAÂŽ TURBOâ„˘ Grit Washer and a PISTAÂŽ 360â„˘ Grit Chamber. Tel: 913-888-5201, Fax: 913-888-2173 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.smithandloveless.com
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U.S.F. Fabrication, Inc. manufactures a complete line of engineered metal doors for underground utility access. They have been “fabricating solutions since 1916” with over 160,000 sq ft of manufacturing space. This allows them to offer the best lead times in the industry. Their friendly and knowledgeable staff is committed to providing customers with the right product for their application and shipping it when they need it. Tel: 604-552-7900, Fax: 604-552-7901 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Waterloo Barrier is a low permeability cutoff wall for groundwater containment and control. It is a new design of steel sheet piling, featuring joints that can be sealed after the sheets have been driven into the ground, and was developed by researchers at the University of Waterloo. It has patent/ patent pending status in several countries. Canadian Metal Rolling Mills assisted in developing the product. Tel: 519-856-1352, Fax: 519-856-0759 E-mail: email@example.com Web: www. waterloo-barrier.com
Groundwater sampling The HydraSleeve Discreet Interval No-Purge Sampler provides a formation quality sample with very little effort and cost. In independent studies, the HydraSleeve was found to be 50%-80% more cost-effective than other sampling methods. Tel: 905-238-5242, Fax: 905-238-5704 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.waterra.com
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WEDECO Ozone Generators from Xylem eliminate pollutants, coloured substances, odours and micro-organisms without creating harmful byproducts. They are compact in design to reduce overall footprint, and provide reduced energy consumption per unit of ozone production. Tel: 514-695-0100, Fax: 514-697-0602 Web: www.xylemwatersolutions.com/ca
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217 Industrial Rd F Cranbrook BC V1C 6N4
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454 Leon Ave Kelowna BC V1Y 6J3
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423 Ireland Rd Simcoe ON N3Y 5J1
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204-101 Worthington St E North Bay ON P1B 1G5
APLIN & MARTIN CONSULTANTS LTD.
909 â€“ 5th Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 3G5
222 Matheson Blvd E Mississauga ON L4Z 1X1 21 Fry Ct Markham ON L3P 4G9
AL D DRIVER CONSULTING
269 Rockingham Crt Cobourg ON K9A 5W3 (905) 372-0121 Fax: (905) 372-0181 Contact: Al Driver, President
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100-701 Main St W Hamilton ON L8S 1A2
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975 boul Romeo-Vachon Dorval QC H4Y 1H1
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398 Bagat St Kingston ON K7K 3B9 (613) 893-3680 Fax: (613) 900-1684 Contact: Ted Bailey, President
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52 Ellery Dr Richmond Hill ON L4C 9A8 (905) 237-1052 Contact: Peter Bradley, President
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FIRST NATIONS ENGINEERING SERVICES LTD.
GREER GALLOWAY GROUP
GROUNDWATER ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC.
50 Admiral Rd Kitchener ON N2M 1R1 436 Elmstead Rd RR 1 Windsor ON N8N 2L9 (519) 979-7300 Fax: (519) 979-4455 Contact: Christopher Paré, Senior Hydrogeologist
DST CONSULTING ENGINEERS INC.
203-2150 Thurston Dr Ottawa ON K1G 5T9
EBA ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS LTD.
115-200 Rivercrest Dr SE Calgary AB T2C 2X5
4 Nursewood Rd Toronto ON M4E 3R8
55 Parkside Dr Paris ON N3L 3S6
15-400 Esna Park Dr Markham ON L3R 3K2
300-9925 109 St NW Edmonton AB T5K 2J8
FRANZ ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
4005 Hickory Dr Mississauga ON L4W 1L1
FUNDY ENGINEERING & CONSULTING LTD. 27 Wellington Row Saint John NB E2L 3H4
G3 CONSULTING LTD. nd
ECOH MANAGEMENT INC.
6130 Tomken Rd Mississauga ON L5T 1X7
EDA COLLABORATIVE INC.
10212 – 111 St Edmonton AB T5K 1K9
EDI ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMICS INC.
206-8501 162 St Surrey BC V4N 1B2
GAMSBY & MANNEROW LTD.
330 Trillium Dr Unit D Kitchener ON N2E 3J2
GEOCOR ENGINEERING INC.
120 Lappans Lane Kingston ON K7K 6Z4
301 George St Prince George BC V2L 1R4 (250) 562-5412 Fax: (250) 562-5413 Contact: Bob Redden, President
GEO SYNTEC CONSULTANTS
310-11 Allstate Pkwy Markham ON L3R 9T8
2-130 Research Lane Guelph ON N1G 5G3
67 Frid St Unit #5 Hamilton ON L8P 4M3 (905) 524-1523 Fax: (905) 524-2536 Contact: Richard Nellis, Assistant Vice President
GIFFELS ASSOCIATES LTD/IBI GROUP
204-160 boul de L’Hopital Gatineau QC J8T 8J1
ENVIROCHEM SERVICES INC.
310 East Esplanade North Vancouver BC V7L 1A4
ENVIRON EC (CANADA) Inc.
100-2400 Meadowpine Blvd Mississauga ON L5N 6S2 (289) 290-0611 Fax: (905) 821-3711 Contact: Ted Pollock, Managing Principal
ENVIRONMENTAL DYNAMICS INC.
301 George St Prince George BC V2L 1R4
ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS REMEDIATION SERVICES
1102-50 Burnanthorpe Rd Mississauga ON L5B 3C2
ENVIROTECH ASSOCIATES LIMITED
1632 – 433 Norwich Ave Woodstock ON N4S 3W0 (519) 539-8129 Contact: Henry Vens, Senior Executive Consultant
ENVIROWEST CONSULTANTS INC.
130-3700 North Fraser Way Burnaby BC V5J 5H4
ERAMOSA ENGINEERING INC.
400-600 Crowfoot Cres NW Calgary AB T3G 0B4
2 International Blvd Toronto ON M9W 1A2 578-999 Canada Pl World Trade Centre Vancouver BC V6C 3E1 (604) 695-5001 Fax: (604) 695-5019 Contact: Jenelle Ross, Marketing Coordinator
578-999 Canada Pl World Trade Centre Vancouver BC V6C 3E1 (604) 695-5001 Fax: (604) 695-5019 Contact: Paul Shorthouse, Director, Research & Strategic Planning
GLOBE PERFORMANCE SOLUTIONS
578-999 Canada Pl World Trade Centre Vancouver B C V6C 3E1 (604) 695-5001 Fax: (604) 695-5019 Contact: Mark Heilig, Director of Operations
GOLDER ASSOCIATES LTD.
100 Scotia Ct Whitby ON L1N 8Y6 (905) 723-2727 Fax: (905) 723-2182 Contact: Michael Cant, Principal, Waste Practice Leader
1620 Wallbridge-Loyalist Rd Belleville ON K8N 4Z5
69 Connie Cres Concord ON L4K 1L3
GROUPE CONSEIL BELLEFEUILLE
107, rue St Louis St-Eustache QC J7R 1X8
GROUPE CREATECH (LE)
1, carref Alexander-Graham-Bell Verdun QC H3E 3B3
GUNNELL ENGINEERING LTD.
1110 Stellar Dr Unit #106 Newmarket ON L3Y 7B7 (905) 868-9400 Fax: (905) 853-5734 Contact: Elizabeth Lew, Operations Manager
GUTTMAN ENGINEERING SERVICES
58 Geraldton Cres Toronto ON M2J 2R6 (416) 770-1829 Contact: Hershel Guttman, Sole Practioner
H2O ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.
3060 Lake Rd Denman Island BC V0R 1T0
HARGRAVE & COMPANY
61 Brooklyn Ave Toronto ON M4M 2X4
HATCH MOTT MACDONALD LTD.
301-200 S Syndicate Ave Thunder Bay ON P6E 1C9 (807) 623-3449 Fax: (807) 623-5925 Contact: Dan Currie, Project Manager
200-850 Harbourside Dr North Vancouver BC V7P 0A3 (604) 926-3261 Fax: (604) 926-5389 Contact: John Villamere, Senior Engineer
250-1380 Burrard St Vancouver BC V62 2H3
HEROLD ENGINEERING LTD.
3701 Shenton Rd Nanaimo BC V9T 2H1
203-2000 Argentia Rd - Plaza 1 Mississauga ON L5N 1P7
INTERNATIONAL ENERGY SOLUTIONS CANADA
GOSS GILROY INC.
425 Adelaide St W Ste #403A Toronto ON M5V 3C1 (416) 628-4658 Fax: (888) 868-0960 Contact: Livio Nichilo, Engineering Manager
INTERNATIONAL WATER CONSULTANTS LTD.
401 Empire Ave St. John’s NL A1E 1W6 34 Hopperton Dr Toronto ON M2L 2S6 (416) 570-7409 Fax: (416) 446-1062 Contact: Shirley Segev, Green Business Coach
GREENWOOD & ASSOCIATES
280 Inglewood Dr Toronto ON M4T 1J1
PO Box 310 - 342 Bayview Dr Barrie ON L4M 4T5 (705) 733-0111 Fax: (705) 721-0138 Contact: Gary A. Kuehl, Vice President
1-6325 12 St SE Calgary AB T2V 2K1
96 Terrosa Rd Markham ON L3S 2N1 (905) 471-9890 Fax: (905) 471-6439 Contact: Ravi Sharma, Project Manager
2935 Speakman Dr Sheridan Pk Mississauga ON L5K 1B3 (905) 822-4111 Fax: (905) 823-1446
EXP SERVICES INC.
28 Albert St E Thorold ON L2V 1P1 (905) 227-7700 Contact: Kylie Boyd, Project Manager
FERGUSON SIMEK CLARK
202-107 Main St Whitehorse YT Y1A 2A7
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Consultants ITRANS CONSULTING INC.
410-1545 Carling Ave Ottawa ON K1Z 8P9
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436 rue de la Madone Mont-Laurier QC J9L 1S3
JFM ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.
MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE GROUP 200-800 Dufferin St Vaughan ON L4K 0C5
MYM CONSULTING SERVICES
1-318 Neptune Cres London ON N6G 5G6
617 Fothergill Blvd Burlington ON L7L 6E3
NADINE INTERNATIONAL INC.
210-2570 Matheson Blvd E Mississauga ON L4W 4Z3
LEHDER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES J.K. ENGINEERING LTD.
320-7930 Bowness Rd NW Calgary AB T3B 0H3 (403) 247-1777 Fax: (403) 286-9895 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.jkeng.ca Contact: Jan Korzeniowski, President Engineering consulting since 1987. Water supply, treatment, distribution. Groundwater development, monitoring, reclamation. Wastewater (municipal and industrial) collection, treatment, disposal. Organic sludges; aerobic and anaerobic treatment and disposal. Storm drainage, solid and liquid waste management. Water and wastewater treatment equipment fabrication and supply. Project design, tendering, construction supervision and management.
210-704 Mara St Point Edward ON N7V 1X4 (519) 336-4101 Fax: (519) 336-4311 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.lehder.com Contact: Mark Roehler, Principal LEHDER is one of the largest air quality management companies in Canada. All air quality aspects – source testing, emission inventories, air dispersion modeling, data interpretation and approval applications – are managed internally without outsourcing and partnering. We provide integrated solutions for our clients to address complex problems.
LES CONSULTANTS LBCD
1001-425 boul de Maisonneuve O Montreal QC H3A 3G5
LEVELTON CONSULTANTS LTD.
445 Thompson Dr Cambridge ON N1T 2K7
J.M. DAVIS AND ASSOCIATES LIMITED 50 Ann St Georgetown ON L7G 2V2 (905) 877-9665 Contact: J.M. (Mike) Davis, President
J.T. DONALD CONSULTANTS LTD.
LVM SENDEX LTD.
300-2319 St Laurent Blvd Ottawa ON K1G 4J8 (800) 749-1947 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.paracellabs.com Contact: Rachel Jones, Client Services Manager Paracel Laboratories is a full service environmental laboratory specializing in organic, inorganic, mold and fungi, bacteria, allergen and asbestos analysis. Our industry-leading TATs and Client Services Program sets us apart. Locations include the Ottawa environmental lab, Nepean microbiology lab, Mississauga asbestos lab/depot and our depot locations in Kingston, Niagara and Sarnia.
MALROZ ENGINEERING INC.
84 Beverley St Kingston ON K7L 3Y6
150-13 Ave SW Ste #200 Calgary AB T2R 0V2
115 Walgreen Rd RR #3 Carp ON K0A 1L0
MICHAEL HOLLIDAY & ASSOCIATES
149 Bayswater Ave Ottawa ON K1Y 2G2 6111-91 St Edmonton AB T6E 6V6
PERMACON GROUP INC.
MINDSCAPE INNOVATIONS GROUP INC.
8140 rue Bombardier Anjou QC H1J 1A4
PETO MACCALLUM LTD.
MMM GROUP LIMITED
100 Commerce Valley Drive W Thornhill ON L3T 0A1 (905) 882-1100 Fax: (905) 882-0055 Contact: Mani Ruprai, Manager, Infrastructure & Environment
MORRISON ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.
440-2365 Albert St Regina SK S4P 4K1
KLOHN CRIPPEN BERGER LTD.
MPE ENGINEERING LTD.
165 Cartwright Ave Toronto ON M6A 1V5 (416) 785-5110 Fax: (416) 785-5120 Contact: Mahaboob Alam, Manager/ Sr. Geoscientist, Geoenvironmental & Hydrogeological Services
PHITELOS SOLUTIONS INC.
462 Edison Ave Ottawa ON K2A 1T9 (613) 722-0662 Fax: (613) 722-3732 Contact: Douglas Phillips, President
PINCHIN ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.
260 East Atrium-2635 – 37 Ave NE Calgary AB T1Y 5Z6
2470 Milltower Ct Mississauga ON L5N 7W5 (905) 363-0678 Fax: (905) 363-0681 Contact: Jose Barinque
MSR SOLUTIONS INC.
PINTER & ASSOCIATES LTD.
MTE CONSULTANTS INC.
PLANMAC ENGINEERING INC.
710A 48th St E Saskatoon SK S7K 5B4
888 Gladiola Ave Victoria BC V8Z 2T6 520 Bingemans Centre Dr Kitchener ON N2B 3X9
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1700-1 Yonge St Toronto ON M5E 1E5 (416) 775-0543 Fax: (416) 314-8300 Contact: Massimo Pontone, Manager, Proposals, Marketing & Communications
PARACEL LABORATORIES LTD.
417 Exeter Rd London ON N6E 2Z3
1400-750 Pender St W Vancouver BC V6C 2T8
ONTARIO CLEAN WATER AGENCY
804 Southdown Rd Mississauga ON L5J 2Y4
1-1087 Meyerside Dr Mississauga ON L5T 1M5 (905) 564-8944 Fax: (905) 564-8952 Contact: Bill Morrison, President
KNIGHT PIESOLD LTD.
NOVUS ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
105-150 Research Lane Guelph ON N1G 4T2
520 King St Fredericton NB E3B 6G3 (506) 459-8777 Fax: (506) 453-9860 Contact: Sara Serrano, Marketing Assistant
702-30 Duke St W Kitchener ON N2H 3W5
500-2618 Hopewell Pl NE Calgary AB T1Y 7J7 (403) 274-3424 Fax: (403) 274-5349 Contact: Kelly Oldenburg, Marketing Coordinator
101-2415 Columbia St Vancouver BC V5Y 3E7
LUMINULTRA TECHNOLOGIES LTD.
KAVANAGH ASSOCIATES (A DIV. OF R.V. ANDERSON ASSOCIATES LTD.)
200-4185A Still Creek Dr Burnaby BC V5C 6G9 (604) 294-2088 Fax: (604) 294-2090 Contact: Chris Johnston, Vice President, Business Development
NOVATEC CONSULTANTS INC.
404-540 boul de l’Hopital Gatineau QC J8V 3T2
MILLENNIUM EMS SOLUTIONS LTD.
KERR WOOD LEIDAL ASSOCIATES LTD.
215-2550 Boundary Rd Burnaby BC V5M 3Z3
LPT ENVIRO INC.
251 Bartley Dr Toronto ON M4A 2N7 (416) 751-5230 Fax: (416) 751-6745 Contact: Walter A. Ringis, Professional Engineer
74 O’Leary Ave/P O Box 13039 Stn A St John’s NL A1B 3V8
NEXT ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
210-889 Harbourside Dr North Vancouver BC V7P 3S1 (604) 990-4800 Fax: (604) 990-4905 Contact: John Boyle, President
864 Lady Ellen Pl Ottawa ON K1Z 5M2 (613) 728-3571 Fax: (613) 728-6012 Web site: www.jlrichards.ca Contact: Brian Hein P.Eng., Chief Environmental Engineer Providing a wide range of environmental services including water and wastewater treatment plants, environmental assessment and planning, solid waste management, water resources and stormwater management, sewer and watermain condition assessment and rehabilitation GHVLJQDQGHQHUJ\PDQDJHPHQW2I¿FHVDOVR in Kingston, Sudbury, Timmins, North Bay, Hawkesbury and Guelph.
280 Torbay Rd St. John’s NL A1A 3W8
OPUS DAYTON KNIGHT CONSULTANTS LTD.
150-12791 Clarke Pl Richmond BC V6V 2H9 (604) 278-1411 Fax: (604) 278-1042 Contact: Alex Schutte, V.P. Operations
J.L. RICHARDS & ASSOCIATES LTD.
NEWFOUNDLAND DESIGN ASSOCIATES LTD.
105 - 15 North Queen St Toronto ON M8Z 6C1
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1100 place du Technoparc Trois-Rivieres QC G9A 0A9
(519) 941-5331 Fax: (519) 941-8120 Contact: Jeff Langlois, Vice President
ROBINSON CONSULTANTS INC.
350 Palladium Dr Kanata ON K2V 1A8 (613) 592-6060 Fax: (613) 592-5995 Contact: A.J. Robinson, Chairman
ROCHON ENGINEERING LP
84 Simpson Rd Bolton ON L7E 4G2
POLLUTECH ENVIROQUATICS LIMITED
122-704 Mara St Point Edward ON N7V 1X4 (519) 339-8787 Fax: (519) 336-6965 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.pollutechgroup.com Contact: Tim Moran, President As leaders in the provision of toxicity testing services, Pollutechâ€™s clientele includes municipal, industrial, government and private organizations. Environmental consulting services including SURYLVLRQRI7R[LFLW\,GHQWLÂ¿FDWLRQ(YDOXDWLRQV (TIE), coupled with Pollutechâ€™s wastewater process expertise, position Pollutech well to address wastewater toxicity issues including source assessment, treatment optimization and facility operation.
R.V. ANDERSON ASSOCIATES LIMITED
1200-1185 Georgia St W Vancouver BC V6E 4E6
400-2001 Sheppard Ave E Toronto ON M2J 4Z8 (416) 497-8600 Fax: (416) 497-0342 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.rvanderson.com Contact: Cindy Coish, Assistant to the President Environmental and infrastructure specialists: planning and management, design and construction, operations and optimization services for water, wastewater, transportation and urban development. Branches: London, Niagara, Ottawa, Sudbury, Moncton, Fredericton, St Johnâ€™s and Mumbai, India.
RAL ENGINEERING LTD.
POTTINGER GAHERTY ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS
1235 Journeyâ€™s End Circle Unit #3 Newmarket ON L3Y 8T7 (905) 853-0626 Fax: (905) 853-8807 Contact: Bob LeCraw, President
650 Woodlawn Rd W Guelph ON N1K 1B8 (519) 823-1311 Fax: (519) 823-1316 Contact: Elaine Farrow, Sr. Business Development Advisor
S2S ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
260-1099 Kingston Rd Pickering ON L1V 1B5 (416) 410-4333 Fax: (416) 410-4088 Contact: Saleem Dedhar, President
SMA CONSULTING LTD.
10123-99 St Sun Life Pl Ste #230 Edmonton AB T5J 3H1 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.smaconsulting.ca Contact: Hala AbouRizk-Newstead, Portfolio Manager SMA Consulting provides industry-leading preconstruction planning and project management services for capital construction projects. Employing an exhaustive knowledge-base of experience and in-house software and simulation tools, our award-winning multidisciplinary team offers services in process optimization, decision support, data analysis, systems improvement, risk analysis, value engineering, operational narrative simulation, and more.
20 DeBoers Dr Ste #200 Toronto ON M3J 0H1 (416) 635-5882 Fax: (416) 635-5353
SOIL ENGINEERS LTD.
100 Nugget Ave Toronto ON M1S 3A7
SOIL MAT ENGINEERS & CONSULTANTS INC. 130 Lancing Dr Hamilton ON L8W 3A1
240-100 Rue Richelieu Saint Jean-Sur-Richelieu QC J3B 6X3
SAFETECH ENVIRONMENTAL LIMITED R.E. POISSON ENGINEERING INC.
200 â€“ 55 Cork St E Guelph ON N1H 2W7 (519) 767-2004 Fax: (519) 767-2040 E-mail: Robert@repoisson.com Web site: www.repoisson.com Contact: Robert Poisson, P. Eng., President R.E. Poisson Engineering has been providing engineering services to the municipal and industrial markets since 2001. Services include water and wastewater process design, process mechanical design, process controls, project management, environmental assessments and contract administration. We also have expertise in water and wastewater policy management, and sewer use bylaw administration.
RESOURCE ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATES LTD.
110-11 Allstate Pkwy Markham ON L3R 9T8 (905) 752-0797 Fax: (905) 752-1154 Contact: Norma Deacon, Administrative Assistant
R.F. BINNIE & ASSOCIATES LTD.
801B-29th St Courtenay BC V9N 7Z5 (250) 334-3846 Fax: (250) 334-2645 Contact: Hal Martyn, Sr. Project Manager
RICHARDSON FOSTER LTD.
2-34 Ep Lee Dr Bracebridge ON P1L 1A0
RISK CHECK ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.
14-3045 Southcreek Rd Mississauga ON L4X 2X7 (905) 624-2722 Fax: (905) 624-4306
SANDWELL ENGINEERING INC.
200-255 Boul Rene Leveque Montreal QC H2Z 1B1
SANEXEN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC. 32-1471 Boul Lionel-Boulet Varennes QC J3X 1P7
SARAFINCHIN ASSOCIATES LTD.
238 Galaxy Blvd Toronto ON M9W 5R8
SCHAEFFER & ASSOCIATES LTD. 6 Ronrose Dr Concord ON L4K 4R3
SCHEFFER ANDREW LTD.
12204 â€“ 145 St NW Edmonton AB T5L 4V7
SCO-TERRA CONSULTING GROUP LTD.
321 Dufferin Ave London ON N6B 1Z3 (519) 434-0278 Fax: (519) 434-6820 Contact: Richard J. Pellerin, Principal/Owner
SENDEX ENVIRONMENTAL CORP. 417 Exeter Rd London ON N6E 2Z3
SENES CONSULTANTS LTD.
12-121 Granton Dr Richmond Hill ON L4B 3N4
SGS CANADA INC.
1501 - 2235 Sheppard Ave E Toronto ON M2J 5B5 (416) 640-2444 Fax: (416) 640-2445 Contact: Kirsten Passmore, Environmental Sales & Marketing
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RIVERCOURT ENGINEERING INC.
107-93 Bell Farm Rd Barrie ON L4M 5G1
4 Beechwood Cres Toronto ON M4K 2K8
R.J. BURNSIDE & ASSOCIATES LTD. 15 Townline Orangeville ON L9W 3R4
SKELTON, BRUMWELL & ASSOCIATES INC. SLR CONSULTING (CANADA) LTD.
SPILL MANAGEMENT INC.
45 Upper Mount Albion Rd Stoney Creek ON L8J 2R9 (905) 578-9666 Fax: 905-578-6644 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.spillmanagement.ca Contact: Ruth Holland, General Manager 75% of known hands-on course content for: 1) Testing, evaluating, identifying properties of known and unknown substances; 2) Spill control techniques and countermeasures for major and minor spills; 3) Onsite recovery and waste reduction for industry, and emergency services.
SPL CONSULTANTS LIMITED
16-6221 Hwy 7 West Vaughan ON L4H 0K8 (905) 856-0065 Fax: (905) 856-0025 Contact: Shelley Hull
SPRIET ASSOCIATES LONDON LTD. 155 York St London ON N6A 1A8
SRK CONSULTING ENGINEERS
205-2100 Airport Dr Saskatoon SK S7L 6M6
STIRLING ENGINEERING INC.
PO Box 313 Ingleside ON K0C 1M0 (613) 362-7847 Fax: (613) 537-8523 Contact: Robert S. Wilson, President
STORY ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
332 Main St Haileybury ON P0J 1K0 (705) 672-3324 Fax: (705) 672-3325 Contact: Maria Story, President
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TORONTO INSPECTION LTD.
200-325 25th St SE Calgary AB T2A 7H8 (403) 716-8000 Fax: (403) 716-8039 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.stantec.com Contact: Gord Johnston, Sr. Vice President We design with community in mind. Through the life cycle of capture, use, reuse, and discharge, our team works to optimize every facet of a water system. We deliver creative solutions to conveyance, wastewater treatment, water treatment, and water resources projects that minimize cost and maximize the sustainability of the resource.
STRATEGIES FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
411-1 Yorkdale Pl Toronto ON M6A 3A1 (416) 789-3713 Fax: (416) 789-7668 Contact: Ivana Strgacic, President & Principal
110 Konrad Cres Unit #16 Markham ON L3R 9X2 (905) 940-8509 Fax: (905) 940-8192 Contact: Sanjay Goel, Vice President
335 Hampshire Crt NW Calgary AB T3A 4Y4 (403) 547-7281 Fax: (403) 547-8261 Contact: A. Warren Wilson, President & CEO
TOTERRA REMEDIATION LTD.
1600 Buffalo Pl Winnipeg MB R3T 6B8 (204) 477-6650 Fax: (204) 474-2864 Contact: Bill Brant, Vice President, Manitoba
WSP CANADA INC.
4416 – 5TH St NE Ste #2 Calgary AB T2E 7C3 (403) 265-5533 Fax: (403) 265-5648 Contact: Gordon Bures, Vice President
TRINITY CONSULTANTS/ CHURCH & TROUGHT
12770 Merit Dr Ste #900 Dallas TX 75251 USA (972) 661-8100 Fax: (972) 385-9203
TRITON ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS LTD. 201-1157 5th Ave Prince George BC V2L 3L1
TRUE GRIT CONSULTING LTD.
PO Box 2113 Sioux Lookout ON P8T 1J9
1942 Regent St Unit L Sudbury ON P3E 5V5
URBAN & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
TANKTEK ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD. 970 3 Concession Rd Pickering ON L1V 2P8
301-4701 St ClairAve Niagara Falls ON L2E 3S9 (905) 371-9764 Fax: (905) 371-9763 Contact: Rachel Whyte, Project Manager
TBT ENGINEERING LIMITED
1918 Yonge St Thunder Bay ON P7E 6T9
URBAN SYSTEMS LTD.
TERRAPEX ENVIRONMENTAL LTD.
URS CANADA INC.
920 Brant St Burlington ON L7R 4J1
25-220 Bayview Dr Barrie ON L4N 4Y8
304-1353 Ellis St Kelowna BC V1Y 1Z9 30 Leek Cres 4th Fl Richmond Hill ON L4B 4N4 (905) 882-3521 Fax: (905) 882-4399
VERITEC CONSULTING INC.
12-1495 Bonhill Rd Mississauga ON L5T 1M2
XCG CONSULTANTS LTD.
300-2620 Bristol Cir Oakville ON L6H 6Z7 (905) 829-8880 Fax: (905) 829-8890 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.xcg.com Contact: Deborah Molloy, Marketing Coordinator Expert People. Better Decisions. XCG Consultants Ltd. is an environmental HQJLQHHULQJ¿UPWKDWKDVHDUQHGDUHSXWDWLRQIRU excellence. Our staff is committed to delivering innovative and practical solutions. XCG offers comprehensive services in water and wastewater treatment, infrastructure management, water resources, site assessment and remediation, risk assessment, solid waste, and training and operations.
19-2861 Sherwood Heights Dr Oakville ON L6J 7K1 (905) 829-3939 Fax: (905) 829-3935 Contact: Moe Zolghadr
WALKERTON CLEAN WATER CENTRE
20 Ontario Rd/PO Box 160 Walkerton ON N0G 2V0
TESTMARK LABORATORIES LTD.
7 Margaret St Garson ON P3L 1E1 (705) 693-1121 Fax: (705) 693-1124 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.testmark.ca Contact: Sylvia Rennie, Director of Marketing & Business Development Testmark Laboratories Ltd. provides quality organic, inorganic, toxicological, industrial and microbiological analytical testing services to industrial, municipal and private sector clients. Testmark’s locations are accredited to ISO 17025 by CALA, and licensed by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment. Locations: Sudbury – Mississauga – Kirkland Lake – Timmins.
WARDROP ENGINEERING INC.
2200-500 4th Ave SW Calgary AB T2P 2V6
WATER & EARTH SCIENCE ASSOCIATES 1-4 Kern Rd Toronto ON M3B 1T1
WATERS ENVIRONMENTAL GEOSCIENCES LTD. PO Box 4341 Lively ON P3Y 1N3 (705) 692-0937 Fax: (705) 692-0466 Contact: Peter Richards, President
TETRA TECH INC.
1055 Squires Beach Rd Pickering ON L1W 4A6
T. HARRIS ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT INC.
305-19 Fairmont Ave Ottawa ON K1Y 1X4
THE THOMPSON ROSEMOUNT GROUP INC. 1345 Rosemount Ave Cornwall ON K6J 3E5
192 Crome Pt Rd Bowser BC V0R 1G0 (250) 757-8874 Contact: Bonaventure Thorburn, Aquaculture Engineer
THURBER ENGINEERING LTD.
100-4396 W Saanich Rd Victoria BC V8Z 3E9
TIM LOTIMER & ASSOCIATES INC. 1-197 Bay St S Hamilton ON L8P 3H9 (905) 527-2425 Contact: Tim Lotimer, President
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WATER FOR PEOPLE – CANADA
300-295 Consumers Rd Toronto ON M2J 5B6 (416) 499-4042 Fax: (416) 499-4687 Web site: www.waterforpeople.org Water For People-Canada is a charitable QRQSUR¿WLQWHUQDWLRQDOKXPDQLWDULDQRUJDQL]DWLRQ dedicated to the development and delivery of clean, safe water and sanitation solutions in developing nations. It is the Canadian equivalent of the US based charity, Water For People (WFP). Canadian water industry professionals established Water For People-Canada in 1995, to support and promote WFP’S mission in Canada among the public and the water community.
WINCHURCH ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
2340 Holyhead Dr Burlington ON L7P 3V3
WORLEY PARSONS CANADA SERVICES LTD. 4321 Still Creek Dr Burnaby BC V5C 6S7
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ARMOUR VALVE LTD.
3450 Harvester Rd Burlington ON L7N 3W5 (905) 639-8840 Toll Free: (800) 461-0980 Fax: (905) 639-8639 Contacts: Brent Sweezey, G.A. (Redir) Obaji
36 Advance Blvd Brampton ON L6T 4J4 (416) 410-7222
ACG TECHNOLOGY LTD.
13-131 Whitmore Rd Woodbridge ON L4L 6E4 (905) 856-1414 Fax: (905) 856-6401 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.acgtechnology.com Contact: Greg Jackson, President For nearly 30 years, ACG Technology has been providing solutions for water, wastewater and stormwater treatment for industries and municipalities. Whether you need a batch or continuous treatment process, or equipment for individual unit operations, chances are we have the right product, either by ACG, or from some of the industryâ€™s leading manufacturers.
126 Milner Ave Toronto ON M1S 3R2 (800) 268-3508 Fax: (416) 299-0394 Contact: Jennifer Jones, Inside Sales Manager
AMERICAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITY
111 W Congress St Charles Town WV 25414 USA (877) 777-9081 Web site: StudyatAPU.com/ese Contact: email@example.com American Public University offers more than DIIRUGDEOHRQOLQHGHJUHHVDQGFHUWLÂ¿FDWH programs in a wide variety of specialties including environmental science. Our tuition is far less than other top online universities. Classes start monthly and are 100% online. Learn more about one of the best values in online education at www.StudyatAPU.com/ese.
77 Columbia Ave RR 1 Long Sault ON K0C 1P0 (613) 534-4154 Fax: (613) 550-0642 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.acousticproductsales.com Contact: Blake Noon, Owner Acoustic Product Sales â€“ a supplier of acoustic metal panels (AMPs) manufactured by Genie Audio Industrial Acoustics. AMPs are used to control noise and reverberation (echo) in acoustically hard areas, i.e., pump rooms, water treatment plants, compressor rooms, meeting rooms, etc. Other products â€“ machinery enclosures, acoustic walls, acoustic ceiling panels, noise testing and noise research rooms.
ACUTE ENVIRONMENTAL & SAFETY SERVICES INC. 3-730 Bridge St Waterloo ON N2V 2J4 (519) 747-5075 Fax: (519) 747-4608 Contact: Ron Campbell, President
ADI SYSTEMS INC.
6 Iron Bridge Dr Collegeville PA 19426 USA (610) 917-0991 Fax: (610) 917-0992 Contact: Bill Popp, Sales Manager
20 Sharp Rd Brantford ON N3T 5L8 (519) 751-1080 Fax: (519) 751-0617 (PDLOVZLOGH\#DQWKUDÂ¿OWHUQHW :HEVLWHZZZDQWKUDÂ¿OWHUQHW Contact: Steve Wildey, General Manager Filter Media Replacement across North America since 1976. Service to all types of Â¿OWHUVLQFOXGLQJ*UDYLW\3UHVVXUH7UDYHOLQJ Bridge and others. Removal, Disposal, Supply and Installation. Anthracite Filter Media, Filter Sands and Gravels, Garnet, Greensand, Activated &DUERQHWF4XDOLW\(IÂ¿FLHQF\&XVWRPHU Satisfaction.
APPLIED ENERGY SYSTEMS
180 Quaker Lane Malvern PA 19355 USA (610) 647-8744 Fax: (610) 640-4548 Contact: Megan Kasper, Marketing/ Communications Coordinator
AQUA-AEROBIC SYSTEMS, INC.
6306 N Alpine Rd Loves Park IL 61111 USA (815) 654-2501 Fax: (815) 654-2508 Contact: Cheryl Kunz, Marketing Manager
370 Wilsey Rd Fredericton NB E3B 6E9 (506) 452-7307 Contact: Scott Christian, Vice President, Business Development
AIR SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL
69 Connie Cres Concord ON L3K 1L3 (905) 907-1700
829 Juniper Cres Chesapeake VA 23320 USA (800) 866-8100 Fax: (800) 247-5850
100 Elm St Factory D Warren RI USA 02885 (877) 247-0403 Fax: (401) 537-9166 Contact: Andrew Tolley, General Manager
105 Harrison St American Falls ID 83211 USA (208) 226-2017 Fax: (208) 226-7280 Contact: Ji Zheng, Marketing Manager
1382 Stealth St Livermore CA 94551 USA (800) 833-1258 Fax: (925) 461-7149 Contact: Beth Green, Marketing Specialist
ASSMANN CORPORATION OF AMERICA
300 N Taylor Rd Garrett IN 46738 USA (888) 357-3181 Fax: (888) 826-5329 Contact: Steve Rowlison, Eng & Customer Sales
ANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY INC.
ANTHRAFILTER MEDIA & COAL LTD. ACOUSTIC PRODUCT SALES
ASSAY TECHNOLOGY, INC.
77 Orchard Rd Ajax ON L1S 6K9 (905) 619-3009
AQUATECH DEWATERING COMPANY INC. AQUA TECHNICAL SALES INC.
124 MacNab St S Hamilton ON L8P 3C3 (905) 528-3807 Fax: (905) 528-3428 Contact: Brian Gage, President
AQUATIC SENTRY CONTROLS INC.
145-23012 Twp Rd 521 Sherwood Park AB T8B 1K2 (780) 628-5400 Fax: (780) 467-1567 Contact: Ron Wagner
ATLAS DEWATERING CORPORATION
111 Ortona Ct Concord ON L4K 3M3 (905) 669-6825 Fax: (905) 669-4036 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.atlasdewatering.com Contact: Jason Bunston, Sales Manager Atlas Dewatering Corporation, established in 1946, has well over sixty years of experience in construction dewatering and environmental groundwater/surface water management. Atlas also specializes in bypass pumping systems, providing full turn-key services, pump rentals, sales and service. Atlas is your local dealer for Godwin Dri-Prime pumps and Flygt dewatering submersibles and Aqua-Barrier Dams.
422 Consumers Rd Toronto ON M2J 1P8 (416) 499-4421 Fax: (416) 499-0816 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.AvensysSolutions.com Contact: Louise Clement, Marketing & Communications Manager As an industry leader in process and environmental monitoring systems in the Canadian marketplace, Avensys Solutions provides instrumentation and analytical HTXLSPHQWIRUPHDVXUHPHQWRIÃ€RZJDVOHYHO and water quality. Serving the industrial, water/ wastewater, green energy and power generation markets, Avensys Solutions also offers strong engineering and servicing capabilities.
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4450-46 Ave SE Calgary AB T2B 3N7 (866) 255-7377 Fax: (403) 255-3129 Contact: Sonia Braganza, Marketing Assistant
2-2595 Dunwin Dr Mississauga ON L5L 3N9 (800) 595-0514
3020 Old Ranch Pkwy Seal Beach CA 90740 USA (800) 225-3712 Fax: (562) 430-4865
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Suppliers BARR PLASTICS INC.
Unit A-31192 South Fraser Way Abbotsford BC V2T 6L5 (800) 665-4499 Fax: (604)852-8022 Contact: Leah Cobb, Marketing Coordinator
BASF CANADA INC.
Fl5-100 Milverton Dr Mississauga ON L5R 4H1 (289) 360-1300 Fax: (289) 360-6000 Contact: Dan Veneruzzo, Eastern Canada Territory Manager
BELZONA GREAT LAKES HOLDINGS LTD.
2-563 Edward Ave Richmond Hill ON L4C 9W7 (905) 737-1515 Fax: (905) 737-1597 Contact: Laura Mendrek, Business Development Coordinator
BIO AIR SOLUTIONS, LLC
303-110 Kresson Gibbshore Rd Voorhees NJ 08043 USA (856) 258-6969 Fax: (856) 258-6975 Contact: Chris West, Sales Manager
426 Royal York Rd Toronto ON M8Y 2R9 (416) 503-4100 Fax: (416) 503-4101 Contact: Nancy Liao, Marketing Manager
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immediately call for assistance. Systems are available for water or wastewater treatment plant monitoring, pumping stations, and can also monitor mobile workers.
PO Box 47 Millgrove ON L0R 1V0 (905) 689-4713 Fax: (905) 689-7402 Contact: Harry Rodzoniak, President
2860 Water Tower Place Chanhassen MN 55317 USA (612) 435-7300 Fax: (612) 435-7301 Contact: Jeff Seaton, Vice President
BOWRIO WATER TECHNOLOGIES INC.
CAN-AM INSTRUMENTS LTD.
13488-63 Ave Surrey BC V3X 1J9 (604) 592-2464 Fax: (604) 592-2465 Contact: Murray Blair, Managing Partner
BRENTWOOD INDUSTRIES, INC.
610 Morgantown Rd Reading PA 19611 USA (610) 374-5109 Fax: (610) 376-6022
BSI GROUP CANADA
414-6205B Airport Rd Mississauga ON L4V 1E3 (416) 620-9991 Fax: (416) 620-9911
BURKERT FLUID CONTROL SYSTEMS
2851 Brighton Rd Oakville ON L6H 6C9 (905) 829-0030 Fax: (905) 829-4701 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.can-am.net Contact: Mark Reeves, President &DQ$P,QVWUXPHQWV/WGSURYLGHVVDOHV rental and service of environmental monitoring HTXLSPHQWVDPSOHUVÃ€RZPHWHUVDODUPDXWR GLDOHUV)53HQFORVXUHVRLOZDWHUPRQLWRUVDQG separators, TOC, BOD, COD, and respirometry monitors and gas detection systems.
5002 South Service Rd Burlington ON L7L 5Y7 (905) 632-3033
CANCOPPAS LIMITED BIOMAXX WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS INC.
1-7163 Vantage Way Delta BC V4G 1N1 (855) 940-5556 Fax: (604) 940-5557 E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.biomaxx.ca Contact: Christopher Haley, VP BioMaxx Wastewater Solutions is Canadaâ€™s leading technology in wastewater odour, grease DQGFRUURVLRQFRQWURO(OLPLQDWLRQRIVXOÂ¿GHV H2S in collection systems and WWTPs. Our cutting-edge equipment and processes eliminate TSS, BOD, TKP and TP in wastewater through DAF and MBBR technology; small footprints, non-corrosive construction and low O&M mean cost-effective solutions to meet all regulatory discharge limits.
C&M ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.
207-48 Alliance Blvd Barrie ON L4M 5K3 (705) 725-9377 Fax: (705) 725-8279 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.cmeti.com Contacts: Tonia Van Dyk, Joshua Hamilton, Larry Madden Representative and distributor of water and wastewater treatment equipment including: VFUHHQVJULWUHPRYDOVFUHHQLQJVZDVKHUV FRPSDFWRUVFLUFXODUUHFWDQJXODUFODULÂ¿HUV FODULÂ¿HUFRYHUVODXQGHUFRYHUVFKDLQDQGÃ€LJKW FROOHFWRUVÂ¿QHFRDUVHEXEEOHDQGPHFKDQLFDO DHUDWLRQ,)$6V\VWHPVODJRRQV\VWHPVWHUWLDU\ Â¿OWHUVÂ¿OWHUXQGHUGUDLQV\VWHPVGLJHVWHUFRYHUV mixers, screw conveyors, live bottom bins, silos, sludge thickeners, package treatment plants, tablet chlorinators, tube settlers, slide and sluice JDWHV)53ZHLUVDQGEDIÃ€HV
CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY (CCOHS) BIO-MICROBICS, INC.
8450 Cole Pkwy Shawnee KS 66227 USA (913) 422-0707 Fax: (913) 422-0808 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.biomicrobics.com Contact: Lucas Staus, Senior Sales Engineer With more than 45,000 installations in over 60 countries, Bio-Microbics pre-engineered, preSDFNDJHGFHUWLÂ¿HGÂ³)L[HG,QWHJUDWHG7UHDWPHQW 7HFKQRORJLHVÂ´),77Â®) are the result of decades of proven history of decentralized residential and commercial wastewater and stormwater treatment WRRIIHUVLJQLÂ¿FDQWHQYLURQPHQWDOEHQHÂ¿WVIRU homes, communities, commercial properties, and PDULQHYHVVHOVÂ«),77Â®IRUWKH3XUSRVH,QWHQGHG
2132 â€“ Fifteen Sideroad Moffat ON L0P 1J0 (905) 854-9875 Fax: (888) 851-4467 Contact: Michael Birks, Owner
BISHOP WATER TECHNOLOGIES
PO Box 669 Eganville ON K0J 1T0 (613) 628-5266 Fax: (613) 628-5978 Contact: Shane Dennison
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2-2595 Dunwin Dr Mississauga ON L5L 3N9 (905) 569-6246 Fax: (905) 569-6244 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.cancoppas.com Contact: Jack Alaica, President Marketing, sales and service of process control and environmental instrumentation throughout &DQDGD6SHFLDOL]LQJLQWHFKQRORJLHVIRUÃ€RZ 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 where other suppliers fall short.
CANEX TECHNOLOGIES INC.
154 Richmond St Richmond Hill ON L4C 3Y4 (905) 884-4388 Fax: (905) 884-4291 Contact: Denis Taylor, President
CEA INSTRUMENTS INC.
160 Tillman St Westwood NJ 07675 USA (201) 967-5660 Fax: (201) 967-8450 Contact: Steven Adelman, VP Sales
CENTURY GROUP INC.
135 Hunter St E Hamilton ON L8N 1M5 (800) 668-4284 Fax: (905) 572-2206 Contact: Eleanor Westwood
PO Box 228 Sulphur LA 70664-0228 USA (337) 912-5142 Fax: (337) 527-8028 Contact: Rob Greenside, Marketing Sales RR Division
CANADIANPOND.CA PRODUCTS LTD.
513 Knowlton Rd Lac Brome QC J0E 1V0 (866) 249-0976 Fax: (450) 243-1834 Contact: Mario Paris, CEO
CETCO ENERGY SERVICES
16350 Park Ten Pl Ste #217 Houston TX 77084 USA (281) 578-8911 Fax: (281) 578-8873 &RQWDFW,DQ&XUUDQ
CANADIAN SAFETY EQUIPMENT INC.
114-2465 Cawthra Rd Mississauga ON L5A 3P2 (800) 265-0182 Fax: (905) 272-1866 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Mike Robinson, Sales Manager Canadian Safety Equipment specializes in FRQÂ¿QHGVSDFHHQWU\DQGUHVFXHHTXLSPHQW including fall protection, gas detection, communication systems and respiratory SURWHFWLRQ,QDGGLWLRQZHRIIHUWKH*5$&( Lone Worker Monitoring Systems used to monitor lone workers, and in the event that they are hurt or rendered unconscious, will
CHEMLINE PLASTICS LTD.
55 Guardsman Rd Thornhill ON L3T 6L2 (905) 889-7890 Fax: (905) 889-8553 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.chemline.com Contact: P.J. Miller, Sales Manager Chemline stocks manual and actuated valves, VWUDLQHUVÃ€RZPHWHUVDQGFRQWUROVDOOPDGH of corrosion resistant solid thermoplastics; PP DQG39')SLSHÂ¿WWLQJVDQGIXVLRQHTXLSPHQW 7HÃ€RQWXELQJÂ¿WWLQJVDQGYDOYHV)ORZPHWHUV
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CHRYSALIS SCIENTIFIC TECHNOLOGIES INC.
386 Spring Blossom Cres Oakville ON L6H 0C2 (647) 402-4145 Fax: (866) 533-1436 Contact: Steve Timmings, President
CLAESSEN PUMPS LTD
224 Bowman St ,nnis¿l ON LS 395 (705) 431-8585 Fax: (705) 231-2772 Contact: Denise Henn, Accounting Manager
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CLEARTECH INDUSTRIES INC.
7480 Bath Rd Mississauga ON L4T 1L2 (905) 612-0566 Fax: (905) 612-0575 Contact: Mike O’Brien
PO Box 2849 1757 Burlington St E Hamilton ON L8N 3R5 (800) 561-9931 Fax: (905) 547-0113 Contact: Ray Miller, Sales
COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INC. 820 First Ave S Seattle WA 98134 USA (206) 682-6048 Fax: (206) 682-5658 Contact: .evin North, 9P, Sales
CTPLUS INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD.
107 Collingsbrook Blvd Scarborough ON M1W 1M5 (416) 332-9962 Fax: (647) 367-5403 Contact: Sean, Director
CTP SINTO AMERICAN, LLC
3001 W Main St Lansing MI 48917 USA (740) 602-1159 Contact: David Poole, Business Development Manager
DAGAZ ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
859 – 60th St E Ste #1 Saskatoon SK S7K 5Z7 (306) 373-3593 Fax: (306) 382-5577 Contact: Kathleen Cameron, President & Sr. Environmental Director
DAVIS CONTROLS LTD.
2200 Bristol Cir Oakville ON L6H 5R3 (905) 829-2000 Fax: (905) 829-2630 Contact: Barbara Smith, Marketing
DDI HEAT EXCHANGERS INC.
305 Baf¿n St Dollard-des-Ormeaux 4C H9A 3G4 (514) 696-7961 Contact: Erwin Schwartz, President
400-1375 Transcanadienne Dorval 4C H9P 2W8 (514) 683-1200 Contact: Rene Danis, Sales Manager
2A-652 Bishop St N Cambridge ON N3H 496 (519) 650-8080 Fax: (519) 650-8081 E-mail: info@@cspi.ca Web site: www.cspi.ca Contact: Dave Penny, Executive Director The Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute is a Trade Association of manufacturers of CSP. They promote its appropriate use for a wide variety of drainage, storm water management and in ground applications for all environmental conditions. Technical Publications, Education Programs and Project Pro¿les are available at www.cspi.ca.
CSE INCENDIE ET SECURITE INC.
5990 9anden Abeele St Laurent 4C H4S 1R9 (866) 737-2280 Fax: (514) 737-2751 Contact: Henry Paintin, Sales Manager
515 N Washington Ave Saginaw MI 48607 USA (800) 383-8479
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CORRUGATED STEEL PIPE INSTITUTE
1161 Liverpool Crt Ottawa ON K1B 4L1 (613) 739-1070 Fax: (613) 741-3153 Contact: Stephen Huza, Manager Sales & Business Development Drain-All Ltd. environmental service company, providing industrial wet/dry vacuuming, high pressure blasting and vacuum excavation. Emergency spill response and First Responder containment, removal and remediation; for truck rollovers or train derailments. Hazardous waste (liquid or solid) removal. Flush and camerasewers-process and leachate lines. Con¿ned space entry and cleaning.
110-44 Riel Dr St Albert AB T8N 3Z8 (780) 460-8433 Fax: (780) 418-2227 Contact: Don Burgess
PO Box 2043 11 Reid St Charlo NB E8E 2W8 (506) 684-5821 Fax: (506) 684-1915
321-1100 South Service Rd Stoney Creek ON L8E 0C5 (905) 643-7615 Fax: (905) 643-5403 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.continental-carbon.com Contact: Hugh Skinner, Director, Operations Continental Carbon Group – providing consulting and contract services to the water, wastewater and residuals management (biosolids) industries. Service scope includes: ¿lter media supply and service, site/system audits, project management, process trouble shooting, environmental site assessment, alternate energy projects and technology review and implementation.
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CONSOLIDATED GIROUX ENVIRONMENT INC.
CONTINENTAL CARBON GROUP
Contact: Greg Kimmer, 9ice President & General Manager
12-90 Ironside Cres Toronto ON M1X 1M3 (416) 291-3435 Fax: (416) 291-0898 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.densona.com Contact: Blair Slessor, Sales Manager Denso -- the global leader in corrosion prevention for over 130 years. Denso offers the highest quality, most economical, long-term corrosion protection for all above and below ground metal surfaces. The Denso petrolatum tape system consists of Denso paste as an initial corrosion inhibitor Denso mastic ¿llers to eliminate localized corrosion cells; Denso petrolatum tape as the long-term corrosion barrier.
DEVINE & ASSOCIATES LTD.
375 Steelcase Rd E Markham ON L3R 1G3 (905) 479-2130 Fax: (905) 479-9870 Contact: Peter Sucharda, Partner
405 Industrial Dr Unit 18&19 Milton ON L9T 5B1 (905) 565-9606 Fax: (905) 565-1358 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.directrik.com Contact: Josie Morales Directrik Inc. has successfully designed, supplied and serviced water and wastewater equipment in municipal, industrial and food processing industries. With thousands of installations across Ontario from pumps, heat exchangers, gas compressors, screw conveyors, valves, plastic chain and Àight and more – our relationship with you is the measure of our success!
DUALL, A CECO ENVIRONMENTAL COMPANY
26-505 Hood Rd Markham ON L3R 596 (905) 948-0000 Fax: (905) 948-0577 Contact: Rob Rainford, General Manager
200-308 – 11 Ave SE Calgary AB T2G 0Y2 (403) 233-0748 Fax: (403) 269-9544 Contact: Chris Stewart, Director, Business Development
ECOFLUID SYSTEMS INC.
1800-200 Granville St 9ancouver BC 96C 1S4 (604) 662-4544 Fax: (604) 662-4564 Contact: Justin Hebner, Director, Business Development
ECO OXYGEN TECHNOLOGIES
3939 Priority Way S Dr Indianapolis IN 46240 USA (317) 706-6484 Fax: (317) 816-0940 Contact: Inken Mello, Director of Sales & Marketing
EHS CANADA INC.
2964 South Grimbsy Rd 18 Smithville ON L0R 2A0 (905) 643-3343 Fax: (905) 643-3211 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.ehscanada.ca Contact: Bill Abbott, Manager EHS Canada Inc. provides industry leading and cost-effective industrial standby rescue and occupational health and safety training services. Our professional con¿ned space and high angle rescue teams are second to none. Comprised of highly trained and experienced rescue personnel, EHS Canada Inc. can supply your company with fully equipped and professional rescue teams.
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Suppliers ELEMENTAL CONTROLS LIMITED
3230 Wharton Way Mississauga ON L4X 2C1 (866) 544-9974
ELMRIDGE ENGINEERING INC.
15 Allaura Blvd Aurora ON L4G 3N2 (905) 726-7730 Fax: (905) 726-2500 Contact: Strachan Bowen, Sales Manager
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FIELDING CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES INC. 3575 Mavis Rd Mississauga ON L5C 1T7 (905) 281-4090
1075 Sutton Dr Burlington ON L7L 5Z8 (905) 681-9272 Fax: (905) 681-9444 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.ca.endress.com Contact: Scott Whitehouse, Marketing Communications Manager Endress+Hauser is a global provider of complete solutions for industrial measurement technology and automation. The company supplies and services instruments and systems which acquire, transmit, control and record process information. Products include sensors, devices, systems, solutions, instrumentation and services for level, Ã€RZSUHVVXUHWHPSHUDWXUHPHDVXUHPHQWDQG liquid analysis.
ENGINEERED PUMP SYSTEMS LTD.
1635 Industrial Ave Port Coquitlam BC V3C 6M9 (604) 552-7900 Fax: (604) 552-7901 E-mail: email@example.com Contact: Earl Masse, Manager 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.
5701 Industrial Ave Rockford IL 61111 USA (815) 636-8306 Fax: (815) 636-8302 Contact: Charlene Low, Marketing Manager
22-1225 Gorham St Newmarket ON L3Y 8Y4 (905) 853-1363 Fax: (905) 853-2334 Contact: Steve Benner, President
FIRST RESPONSE ENVIRONMENTAL 2012 INC.
26 Burford Rd Hamilton ON L8E 3C7 (289) 244-0292 Fax: (905) 578-5666 Contact: Zooey Laberto, Business Development Manager
ENV TREATMENT SYSTEMS INC.
70 High St Etobicoke ON M8Y 3N9 (416) 503-7639 Fax: (416) 503-8925 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.env-inc.ca Contacts: Edward M. Pikovnik, Sales Manager; Kevin Bolton, Engineering Sales; Lee Williams, Project Management. $HUDWLRQDVSLUDWLQJVXEPHUJHGWXUELQHÂ¿QH bubble); polymer feeders; hi-speed turbo EORZHUVFODULÂ¿HUVUHFWDQJXODUFLUFXODU 89 GLVLQIHFWLRQEHOWSUHVVHVFHQWULIXJHVELRÂ¿OWHUV plunger pumps; digester covers and mixers; )53FRYHUVFRQWLQXRXVVDQGDQGGLVNÂ¿OWHUV ozonation systems; access hatches; Archimedes screw pumps; vortex grit removal; PD blowers; traveling water screens; RBCs and package SODQWVPHPEUDQHGRPHDQGWXEHÂ¿QHDQG FRDUVHDHUDWLRQV\VWHPVUHFWDQJXODUFODULÂ¿HU KRVHSXPSV*$&RGRXUFRQWUROÃ€XPHVEDU VFUHHQVÂ¿QHSODWHRUSHUIRUDWHGVFUHHQVVKDIWOHVV compactors and conveyors, scum troughs and submerged grit screws, septage receiving stations. 8605 Champ Dâ€™Eau Montreal QC H1P 3B8 (514) 326-8852 Fax: (514) 326-8761
45 N Brandon Dr Glendale Heights IL 60139 USA (630) 775-0707 Fax: (630) 295-9019 Contact: Tad Heath, Sales Manager
FLOTTWEG SEPARATION TECHNOLOGY, INC.
10700 Toebben Dr Independence KY 41051 USA (859) 448-2300 Fax: (859) 448-2333 Contact: Ed Sweeney, Sales Manager
FLOWMETRIX TECHNICAL SERVICES INC. 212 Terrence Ave Dorchester ON N0L 1G3 (519) 870-3569 Fax: (519) 268-3459 Contact: Stacey Nichol, Project Manager
416 Elgin St PO Box 35 Brantford ON N3T 5M3 (866) 356-1773 Fax: (519) 751-3224 Contact: Ray Foster, Director, Wastewater Group
13-131 Whitmore Rd Woodbridge ON L4L 6E4 (905) 856-1414 Fax: (905) 856-6401 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.envirocan.ca Contact: Greg Jackson, Partner/Principal Envirocan offers a full line of wastewater treatment solutions, including complete head works systems, aeration systems, tertiary Â¿OWUDWLRQKLJKHIÂ¿FLHQF\EORZHUVDQGVOXGJH dewatering equipment.
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14685 Woodbine Ave Gormley ON L0H 1G0 (905) 841-8108 Fax: (905) 841-7174
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FABRICATED PLASTICS LTD.
2175 Teston Rd Maple ON L6A 1T3 (905) 832-8161 Fax: (905) 832-2111 Contact: Greg Landry, VP Sales
Suite D-5436 Nordic Dr Cedar Falls IA 50613 USA (319) 266-9967 Fax: (319) 277-6034 (PDLOÃ€XLG\QH#Ã€XLG\QHFRUSFRP :HEVLWHZZZÃ€XLG\QHFRUSFRP Contact: Erick Mandt, VP Sales & Marketing Fluidyneâ€™s Integrated Surge Anoxic Mix â€“ ISAMâ„¢ activated sludge system provides tertiary level wastewater treatment with integral sludge reduction (up to 85% less than conventional plants) all in one process. Other SURGXFWVLQFOXGHWHUWLDU\Â¿[HGSODWHFORWK Â¿OWUDWLRQJULWUHPRYDOMHWDHUDWLRQMHWPL[LQJ sludge mixing, and sludge digestion.
FOCUS ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP INC.
700-1122 International Blvd Burlington ON L7L 6Z8 (905) 690-7638 Fax: (905) 690-7639 Contact: Robert Freeman, President
FCI â€“ FLUID COMPONENTS INTERNATIONAL ENVIROGATE EVENT MANAGEMENT
30-220 Industrial Pkwy S Aurora ON L4G 3V6 (905) 727-4666 Fax: (905) 841-7271 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.esemag.com Contact: Steve Davey, Director Envirogate is now widely recognized as Canadaâ€™s
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1755 La Costa Meadows Dr San Marcos CA 92078 USA (760) 744-6950 Fax: (760) 736-6250 (PDLOIFLPDUFRP#Ã€XLGFRPSRQHQWVFRP :HEVLWHZZZÃ€XLGFRPSRQHQWVFRP Contact: Mary Pund, Marketing Communications Manager FCI is a world leading manufacturer of air/gas Ã€RZPHWHUVÃ€RZVZLWFKHVDQGOHYHOVZLWFKHV used in industrial and commercial applications.
2430 Stanwell Dr Concord CA 94520 USA (925) 686-6700 Fax: (925) 686-6713 E-mail: LQIR#IRUFHÃ€RZFRP :HEVLWHZZZIRUFHÃ€RZFRP
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GASMET TECHNOLOGIES INC.
956A The Queensway Toronto ON M8Z 1P5 (866) 685-0050 Fax: (416) 368-3698 Contact: Mirja Maja, Managing Director
GENERAL EQUPMENT COMPANY
620 Alexander Dr Owatonna MN 55060 USA (800) 533-0524 Fax: (507) 451-5511 Contact: Dennis Von Ruden, President
GEOMEMBRANE TECHNOLOGIES INC. 370 Wilsey Rd Fredericton NB E3B 6E9 (506) 452-7304 Contact: Brent Howe, Manager, Business Development
Web site: www.grcanada.com Contact: Mike Cosgrove, Director of Sales Gorman-Rupp of Canada manufactures a full line of self-priming centrifugal, standard centrifugal, and submersible pumps, for construction, industrial, sewage, petroleum, agricultural and Â¿UHÂ¿JKWLQJDSSOLFDWLRQV
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GROUND FORCE ENVIRONMENTAL INC. 75 Ardelt Pl Kitchener ON N2C 2C8 (519) 664-0767 Fax: (519) 664-0772 Contact: Kristin Kent, Project Manager
GROUNDWATER ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC. (GEMS)
69 Connie Cres Concord ON L4K 1L3 (905) 907-3077 Fax: (905) 907-6617 Contact: Jill Attwood, General Manager
GRUNDFOS CANADA INC.
2941 Brighton Rd Oakville ON L6H 6C9 (905) 829-9533 Fax: (905) 829-9512 Contact: Michael Presement, Business Development Manager
H2FLOW TANKS & SYSTEMS INC.
6-470 North Rivermede Rd Concord ON L4K 3R8 (905) 660-0649 Fax: (905) 660-9744 (PDLOWDQNV#KÃ€RZFRP :HEVLWHZZZKÃ€RZFRP Contact: Darrin Hopper, National Sales Manager Sales, installation of PERMASTORE glassfused-to-steel tanks, aluminum covers, PAX and FLUIDYNE mixing systems, anaerobic digesters, water tanks, towers. Wastewater, sludge and OHDFKDWHVWRUDJHFODULÂ¿HUV0%56%5WDQNV Custom engineered tanks with published quality standards and zero defects. Integrated mixing and aeration systems.
H2O LOGICS INC.
153 Athabascan Ave Sherwood Park AB T8A 4C8 (780) 417-9935 Fax: (780) 665-7314 Contact: Martine Pawlowski, General Manager
10700 Secant St Montreal QC H1J 1S5 (514) 354-2511 Fax: (514) 354-6948 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.geneq.com Contact: Rene Parise, VP Sales & Marketing GENEQ has been a Canadian Distributor of Environmental Instruments since 1972. We offer a wide range of products for air, water and soil sampling/monitoring/ measuring. Also we sell Precision GPS systems and General Laboratory products. So, if you are looking for Weather Stations, Telemetry Systems, Water Quality Instruments, GENEQ is the place to go.
GREATARIO ENGINEERED STORAGE SYSTEMS
PO Box 399 Innerkip ON N0J 1M0 (519) 469-8169 Fax: (519) 469-8157 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.greatario.com Contact: Scott Burn, President Greatario Engineered Storage Systems supply and construct AquastoreÂ® glass-fused-to-steel storage tanks, TemcorÂ® aluminum domes and covers, Columbian TecTanks & mixing systems.
GOLDEN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.
2207 Simcoe Rd 93 Barrie ON L4M 4Y8 (705) 726-3921 Fax: (705) 721-1599 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.goldenenviro.ca Contact: Ron Trivett, President Remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater of various contaminants. Provide in-situ and ex-situ on-site remediation. Bio-piling using chemical oxidation and microbes. Provide specialty products for emergency services (ie., Highway cleanup due to fuel spill). Excavate, including underpinning of buildings. Provide mould and asbestos remediation services and PRELOH&HUWLÂ¿FDWHRI$SSURYDO
GORMAN-RUPP OF CANADA LIMITED 70 Burwell Rd St Thomas ON N5P 3R7 (519) 631-2870 Fax: (519) 631-4633
5600 Lindbergh Dr Loveland CO 80539 USA (970) 622-7120, (800) 368-2723 Fax: (970) 619-5150
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G.E.T. INDUSTRIES INC.
33 Cedar Dr Caledon ON L7R 1H5 (905) 451-9900 Fax: (519) 927-9315 Contact: David Martin, President
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GREYLINE INSTRUMENTS INC.
16456 Sixsmith Dr Long Sault ON K0C 1P0 (613) 938-8956 Fax: (613) 938-4857 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.greyline.com Contact: Ernie Higginson, VP Greyline Instruments develops and manufactures Ã€RZDQGOHYHOPRQLWRULQJLQVWUXPHQWVLQFOXGLQJ ultrasonic level transmitters, non-contacting Ã€RZPHWHUVDQGRSHQFKDQQHOÃ€RZPHWHUV Our instruments are widely used in water and wastewater collection and treatment systems. Industrial customers are in heavy industry including chemicals, oil and gas, mining, textile, pulp and paper, steel and food processing.
Ste A-17961 Sky Park Cir Irvine CA 92614 USA (877) 476-4222, (949) 261-5033 Fax: (949) 261-5033, (940) 261-5033 Web site: www.halogenvalve.com Contact: Tom Kincaid, President Halogen Valve Systems manufactures hazardous gas shutoff systems and distributes toxic gas detectors for all types of water, wastewater and manufacturing facilities. All of our systems are powered by 12 Volt DC batteries with internal computer controlled charges that provide protection even when local power systems fail. These systems are rugged and reliable because they are built for use in hazardous gas environments to give our customers years of worry free service.
HANNAH ENVIRONMENTAL EQUIPMENT INC.
300-144 Wescar Lane Carp ON K0A 1L0 (613) 254-7475 Fax: (613) 963-9653 Contact: David Mains
HANNA INSTRUMENTS, INC.
3156 Industrial Laval QC H7L 4P7 (450) 629-1444
H2FLOW EQUIPMENT INC.
7-470 North Rivermede Rd Concord ON L4K 3R8 (905) 660-9775 Fax: (905) 660-9744 (PDLOLQIR#KÃ€RZFRP :HEVLWHZZZKÃ€RZFRP Contact: Ed Broeders, Municipal Sales Manager Water/wastewater treatment equipment for industrial and municipal applications: grinders, screens, conveyors, SBRs, grit removal, aerators, GLIIXVHUVEORZHUVELRORJLFDOWUHDWPHQWFODULÂ¿HUV sludge presses, centrifuges, digesters, mixers, WKLFNHQHUVWHUWLDU\WUHDWPHQWDQGÂ¿OWHUVSDFNDJH
HANSON PIPE & PRECAST (STORMCEPTOR)
2099 Roseville Rd RR #2 Cambridge ON N1R 5S3 (226) 220-3943 Contact: Hal Stratford, Stormwater Specialist
HARCO ENTERPRISES LTD.
675 The Parkway Peterborough ON K9J 7K2 (705) 743-5361 Fax: (705) 743-4312 Contact: R.D. Harris, President
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HAWKEYE BIRD & ANIMAL CONTROL
11255 Regional Rd 25 Halton Hills ON L7J 2M1 (416) 429-5393 Fax: (866) 281-5281 Contact: Dan Frankian, CEO
HAYWARD GORDON ULC
5 Brigden Gate Halton Hills ON L7G 0A3 (905) 693-8595 Fax: (905) 693-1452 Contact: Brent McConomy, Director of Sales
HEAVY DUTY SQUEEGEE SHOVEL CO./ WAY COOL PRODUCT LLC
4305 Luna Course Liverpool NY 13090 USA (315) 569-9974 Contact: Richard Settembre, President
447 Moxley Rd S RR #2 Dundas ON L9H 5E2 (905) 634-4449
2746 Stevensville Rd Fort Erie ON L0S 1S0 (888) 840-3456 Fax: (866) 518-2342 Contact: Brian Baert
140-2925 NW Aloclek Hillsboro OR 97124 USA (866) 615-8130 Fax: (503) 615-2906 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.hydro-international.biz Contact: Ben Paetel, Marketing Hydro International supplies environmentally sustainable products and innovative solutions that control and treat stormwater, wastewater DQGFRPELQHGVHZHURYHUÃ€RZVXVLQJDGYDQFHG vortex and complementary technologies. Hydro International is the leading provider of municipal grit removal and CSO/wet weather management SURGXFWVWRFRQWUROÃ€RZVZLWKLQFROOHFWLRQ systems and wastewater treatment plants.
HOFFMAN & LAMSON
860-2425 Matheson Blvd E Mississauga ON L4W 5K4 (416) 763-4681 Contact: Robert Mears, Territory Sales Manager
HOSKIN SCIENTIFIC LTD.
3735 Myrtle St Burnaby BC V5C 4E7 (604) 872-7894 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.hoskin.ca Contact: Rod McKeown +RVNLQ6FLHQWLÂ¿FVHOOVVDPSOLQJDQGPRQLWRULQJ instruments for the environmental, agricultural, mining, oil & gas, and forestry markets. We have a complete range of instruments for: ZDWHUTXDOLW\ZDWHUOHYHOZDWHUÃ€RZDQG velocity, groundwater sampling, limnology and oceanography, soil and plant science sampling and testing, weather stations, data loggers including the miniature low-cost HOBO loggers.
HUBER TECHNOLOGY, INC.
9735 Northcross Center Crt Ste A Huntersville NC 28078 USA (704) 990-2045 Fax: (704) 949-1020 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.huber-technology.com Contact: Cristan Haliburton, Marketing Specialist Experts in liquid/solid separation technologies, Huber offers virtually the complete chain of screening, grit, and sludge handling processes and is an original source manufacturer specializing in stainless steel. Huber is the inventor and original manufacturer for the renowned ROTAMATÂ® products and STEP SCREENÂ® and has over 25,000 installations worldwide.
(800) 565-4801 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.imbriumsystems.com Contact: Scott Perry, Director ImbriumÂ® Systems is a stormwater treatment company that designs, manufactures and sells stormwater treatment solutions. Imbrium stands apart with proven, state-of-the-art stormwater treatment technologies such as the StormceptorÂ® RLODQGVHGLPHQWVHSDUDWRUWKH-HOO\Â¿VKÂ® PHPEUDQHÂ¿OWHUDQG6RUEWLYHÂ® Media for dissolved phosphorus treatment.
INLAND PIPE, DIV OF LEHIGH HANSON MATERIALS LTD. 9265 Oak St Vancouver BC V6P 4B8 (604) 328-1444 Contact: Larry Sunnus
INDACHEM INC. HYDROVISION GMBH
Gewerbestr.61a 87600 Kaufbeuren Germany (+49) 8341 9662180 Fax: (+49) 8341 9666030 E-mail: Ã€RZPHWHU#K\GURYLVLRQGH Web site: www.hydrovision.de Contact: Dr Ing. Jurgen Skripalle, CEO HydroVision GmbH develops and manufactures sophisticated measurement instruments used by water and wastewater industries worldwide. 3ULQFLSDOSURGXFWOLQHVLQFOXGHOHYHODQGÃ€RZ PHDVXUHPHQW8OWUDVRQLFÃ€RZPHWHUVDUH available as individual measuring stations or complete system solutions. Contact us for more information, because: At HydroVision we know Ã€RZ
1040 Martin Grove Rd Unit #3 Toronto ON M9W 4W4 (416) 743-3751 Fax: (416)743-2038 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.indachem.com Contact: Max Rao, Canadian Sales Manager UGSI Chemfeed PolyBlend dry/liquid polymer feed systems; Halogen Valve Systems emergency valve closure systems for toxic gases; Westfalia dewatering/thickening centrifuges; PSI MicrOclor onsite sodium hypochlorite generation; PSI Tank Shark tank mixing system; FTC FRP panel type water tanks; Enpro Technologies dry/liquid chemical feed systems; Evoqua Water Champ gas/liquid chemical induction and mixing systems; Steltec ORP chlorination/dechlorination controllers; ADI International arsenic removal; Muddy River oil/ water separators.
INSITU CONTRACTORS INC.
150 Stevenson St S Guelph ON N1E 5N7 (519) 763-0700 Fax: (519) 763-6684 Contact: Harry Oussoren
HYDROXYL ENVIRONMENTAL INC.
7-235 Industrial Parkway S Aurora ON L4G 3V5 (416) 580-1244 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.hydroxylenvironmental.com Contact: Martin Slepkov, President OdoroxÂ® atmospheric hydroxyl generating technology oxidizes pollutants in the air, through content and on surfaces. OdoroxÂ® will neutralize the toughest odors, hydrocarbon vapors as well as bacteria, virus, germs, mold, and VOCs. OdoroxÂ® is safe for people, pets, plants and sensitive materials, such as plastic, rubber, vinyl and leather.
ICR WATER TECHNOLOGIES INC.
3-200 Memorial Ave Ste 101 Orillia ON L3V 5X6 (705) 325-0025 Contact: Lyndon Smith, Sales Manager
INTERNATIONAL WATER SUPPLY LTD.
342 Bayview Dr/PO Box 310 Barrie ON L4M 4T5 (705) 733-0111 Fax: (705) 721-0138 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.iws.ca Contact: John A Harris, President Complete Groundwater Engineering and Hydrogeologic services which include: Well Design, large diameter, high capacity Well Construction and Testing, Performance Testing of wells and pumps, Well Rehabilitation and re-development programs, Well Video inspection, and supply, installation and maintenance of lineshaft and submersible Pumps. Groundwater resource assessments and exploration programs.
1100 Ideal Dr PO Box 100 Thorndale ON N0M 2P0 (800) 265-7098
5604 â€“ 50A Ave Yellowknife NT X1A 1G3 (867) 445-6432 Fax: (867) 873-5642 Contact: Vincent Favre, North American Sales Manager
250-762 Upper James St Hamilton ON L9C 3A2 (905) 777-9494 Fax: (905) 777-8678
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IPEX INC. IMBRIUM SYSTEMS INC.
407 Fairview Dr Whitby ON L1N 3A9
6810 Invader Cres Mississauga ON L5T 2B6 (905) 670-7676 Web site: www.ipexna.com Contact: Bill Hawke, Marketing Manager IPEX Inc. offers the worldâ€™s most comprehensive
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one of the worldâ€™s largest manufacturers of pumps, valves and systems. KSBâ€™s history dates back to 1871 in Germany, where the companyâ€™s global HQ is still located. KSBâ€™s giant product portfolio consists of thousands of engineered and customized solutions. Water and wastewater pumps, submersible, dry, centrifugal, vertical, vertical turbine and submersible mixers (2002500 mm).
INTERPROVINCIAL CORROSION CONTROL 930 Sheldon Court Burlington ON L7L 5K6 (905) 634-7751 Fax: (905) 333-4313 Contact: Ray Thoroski, Manager, Customer Service
170 Princess St Hamilton ON L8L 3L3 (905) 526-1453 Fax: (905) 526-8721 Contact: Sean Robillard, Industrial Sales & Service
905 Gemini St Houston TX 77058 USA (281) 488-4411 Fax: (281) 488-9729
ITECH ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
1194 Norfolk City Rd #19 W Vanessa ON N0E 1V0 (519) 732-3015 Fax: (519) 446-3755 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.kgservice.ca Contact: Kris Gaal, President/CEO/Operations KG Environmental Services provides Ontario with 24/7 â€“ 365 environmental spill response, site remediation and excavating services. Licensed by the TSSA and MOE. Highly trained and dedicated staff with excellent value. We specialize in road side transportation clean ups, residential fuel oil and large industrial and commercial site remediations throughout Ontario.
73 Sinclair Blvd Brantford ON N3S 7X6 (519) 770-4402
JACOBI CARBONS INC.
432 McCormick Blvd Columbus OH 43213 USA (215) 546-3900 Fax: (215) 546-9921 Contact: Angela Kresic, Technical Sales & Marketing Assistant
850 N Pleasant Ave Somerset PA 15501 USA (814) 445-3400 Fax: (814) 445-2280 Contact: Dan Leiss, President
JOHN MEUNIER INC.
2000 Argentia Rd Plaza IV Ste #430 Mississauga ON L5N 1W1 (905) 286-4846 Fax: (905) 286-5805 Contact: Nadine Mourad, Marketing Team Leader
JURASSIC ACTIVATED CARBON INC.
KGO GROUP LTD.
52-1200 Speers Rd Oakville ON L6L 2X4 (905) 847-1544 Fax: (905) 847-1699 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.kgogroup.com Contact: Garry Oâ€™Donnell, President Liquid and dry polymer systems, mineral wetting and dissolving systems, tank mixers, progressive cavity, rotary lobe and hose pumps, mechanical, hydraulic, packed plunger, solenoid and air diaphragm metering pumps, custom progressive cavity, rotary lobe, hose metering and centrifugal pump systems, tank and mixer systems, bag Â¿OWHUVVWUDLQHUVLQVWUXPHQWDWLRQDQGFRQWURO equipment.
161 Kings Lake Rd Toronto ON M2J 3G4 (647) 286-8419 Contact: Rodger Lu, President
KDF FLUID TREATMENT, INC.
1500 KDF Dr Three Rivers MI 49093-9287 USA (269) 273-3300 Fax: (269) 273-4400 Contact: Denise Heskett-Al-Kharusy, Vice President
KEMIRA WATER SOLUTIONS CANADA INC.
3405 Marie-Victorin Blvd Varennes QC J3X 1P7 (450) 652-0665 Fax: (450) 652-7343 Web site: www.kemira.com Contact: Serge Chouinard, Director of Sales, Canada Kemira is a global chemicals company serving customers in water-intensive industries. We provide expertise and chemicals that improve our customersâ€™ water, energy and raw material HIÂ¿FLHQF\2XUIRFXVLVRQSXOSDQGSDSHURLODQG gas, mining and water treatment.
KISTERS NORTH AMERICA
209-7777 Greenback Lane Citrus Heights CA 95610 USA (916) 723-1441 Fax: (916) 723-1626 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.kisters.net Contact: Phil Stefanoff, Director Business Development WISKI 7 and the KISTERS Time Series Management server (KiTSM) are the result of more than 20 years of experience in the global water industry. Our software and hardware telemetry systems are used globally for managing, analyzing and reporting surface water, groundwater, stormwater, wastewater, water quality and meteorological data.
4001 Weston Pkwy Cary NC 27513 USA (919) 677-8310 Fax: (919) 677-0082 Contact: Tabitha Atkinson, Marketing Coordinator
PO Box 6128 Spartanburg SC 29304 USA (864) 576-0660 Fax: (864) 587-5761 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.kusterswater.com Contact: Jim Weidler, Director of Sales For more than 30 years the Kusters Water team has been introducing new and innovative technologies from Hi-Tech, WasteTech, FSM, Hiller, Fuchs, CSO Technik and ACAT. Our products are utilized daily for headworks, ELRORJLFDOFODULÂ¿FDWLRQWKLFNHQLQJRGRXUFRQWURO and biosolids applications throughout the world. Kusters Water, division of Kusters Zima Corp. is ,62&HUWLÂ¿HG
LAKES ENVIRONMENTAL SOFTWARE 6-60 Bathurst Dr Waterloo ON N2V 2A9 (519) 746-5995 Fax: (519) 746-0793 Contact: Cheryl Porter
60 Peavinery Rd Burford ON N0E 1A0 (855) 586-3545 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.landsharkdrilling.ca Contact: Rick Berardi, Business Development Manager We provide specialized applications of environmental drilling methods, including direct push drilling, to monitor the quality of soil groundwater and assist in the control and remediation of soil and/or groundwater pollution. Landshark Drillingâ€™s offerings include soil coring, gas probes and monitoring wells, injection well installations, well maintenance, and decommissioning.
LAYFIELD GEOSYNTHETICS & INDUSTRIAL FABRICS LTD.
11603 180th St NW Edmonton AB T5S 2H6 (780) 732-5827 Fax: (780) 455-5218 Contact: Tim Starchuk
LEGACY BUILDING SOLUTIONS
19500 County Rd 142 South Haven MN 55382 USA (877) 259-1528 Fax: (320) 259-0087 Contact: Ben Fox, President
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KEYSTONE FILTER, A CECO ENVIRONMENTAL COMPANY
700 Emlen Way Telford PA 18969 USA (215) 822-1963 Fax: (215) 997-1839 Contact: Ernie Riegler, Sales Manager
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KSB PUMPS INC.
5205 Tomken Rd Mississauga ON L4W 3N8 (905) 568-9200 Fax: (905) 568-3740 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.ksb.ca Contact: Mike Blundell, President KSB Pumps Inc. is a member of the KSB Group,
MANDEL SCIENTIFIC COMPANY INC.
2 Admiral Pl Guelph ON N1G 4N4 (888) 883-3636 Fax: (519) 763-2005 Contact: Tamara Jong, Marketing Coordinator
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Suppliers MAPLE REINDERS GROUP
2660 Argentia Rd Mississauga ON L5N 5V4 (905) 821-4844 Fax: (905) 821-8146 Contact: Reuben Scholtens, Manager, Business Development
MARKLAND SPECIALTY ENGINEERING LTD.
9-305 Armstrong Ave Georgetown ON L7G 4X6 (905) 873-7791 Fax: (905) 873-6012 Contact: Scott Langstaff, General Manager
MEASUREMENT SPECIALTIES INC.
1000 Lucas Way Hampton VA 23666 USA (800) 745-8008 Fax: (757) 766-4297 Contact: Randy Akers, Director, Business Development
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1044 Principale St St Thomas (Joliette) QC J0K 3L0 (450) 756-1041
2621 Van Buren Ave Norristown PA 19403 USA (610) 676-8636 Fax: (610) 676-8610 Contact: Peg Houck, Mkg Com Manager
MEGTEC TURBOSONIC INC.
A14-550 Parkside Dr Waterloo ON N2L 5V4 (519) 885-5513 Fax: (519) 885-6992 Contact: Arleigh Hayes, Marketing Manager
10 Park Pl Butler NJ 07405 USA (973) 492-8400 Fax: (973) 492-8270 Contact: Ashley Stickle, Marketing Specialist
365 Andrew St Exeter ON N0M 1S7 (519) 235-1176, (866) 625-3929 Fax: (519) 235-0570 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.makeway.ca Contact: Bert Knip, President Make-Way Environmental Technologies offers on-site wastewater treatment for residential, commercial and communal applications. One of our tertiary treatment systems does not require hydro and has no moving parts. We also offer a complete communal system: Collection, Advanced Waste Water Treatment and dispersal, Single source with single responsibility at a competitive price
MASTER METER, INC.
5HJHQF\3NZ\0DQVÂ¿HOG7;86$ (817) 842-8000 Fax: (817) 842-8100 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.mastermeter.com Contact: Ian Macleod, V.P. Marketing Master Meter, Inc. provides comprehensive utility water measurement solutions, smart AMR technology, and intuitive meter management software designed to help utilities run more HIÂ¿FLHQWO\%HWWHUVHUYHFXVWRPHUVFDSWXUHPRUH revenue and proactively combat resources loss from leaks, theft and meter malfunction with our completely integrated AMR system.
900 Major Bennett Dr Peterborough ON K9J 6X6 (705) 745-1626 Fax: (705) 745-3493 Contact: John Gillis, President
3225 Highway 22 Dickinson ND 58601 USA (866) 437-8076 Fax: (701) 225-0002 Contact: Pat Schnaidt, VP Marketing
MEFIAG, A CECO ENVIRONMENTAL COMPANY
1550 Industrial Dr Owosso MI 48867 USA (989) 725-8184 Fax: (989) 729-1013 Contact: Rob Teich, Product Manager
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2222 South Sheridan Way Mississauga ON L5J 2M4 (800) 268-5336 Fax: (888) 220-2213 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.msumississauga.com Contact: Virginia Junkin, President From man-hole steps, weirs, handrailing and catwalks to custom fabrication, MSU is ready to service the needs of the water and wastewater industry.
MULTIVIEW LOCATES INC.
MET-PRO GLOBAL PUMP SOLUTIONS, A CECO ENVIRONMENTAL COMPANY MAKE-WAY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY INC.
MSU MISSISSAUGA LTD.
325 Matheson Blvd E Mississauga ON L4Z 1X8 (800) 363-3116 Fax: (905) 629-7379
700 Emlen Way Telford PA 18969 USA (215) 723-8155 Fax: (215) 723-2197 Contact: Gennaro Dâ€™Alterio, VP/GM
1697 Hwy 35 Janetville ON L0B 1K0 (705) 324-4646 Contact: Lori Murray
16-270 Esna Park Dr Markham ON L3R 1H3 (905) 284-1000 Fax: (905) 284-1082 Contact: Cory Tse
2-10 Alden Rd Markham ON L3R 2S1 (905) 475-1545 Fax: (905) 475-2021 Contact: Frank Li, Vice President
MINOTAUR STORMWATER SERVICES LTD. 566 Lynden Rd Brantford ON N3T 5M1 (519) 647-3729 Fax: (519) 647-3198 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.minotaurltd.com Contact: Garnet Shaver, President Minotaur provides a customized inspection and monitoring program for Stormceptor units in Ontario and Quebec. The program provides for compliance with local regulatory requirements. 0LQRWDXUSURYLGHVÂ¿HOGUHSRUWVLGHQWLI\LQJ existing levels of oils and particulate and the recommended course of action. Simplify Your Responsibility!
NATIONAL GROUND WATER ASSOCIATION
601 Dempsey Rd Westerville OH 43081 USA (800) 551-7379 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.ngwa.org The National Ground Water Associationâ€™s mission is to advance groundwater knowledge by providing guidance to members, government representatives, and the public for sound VFLHQWLÂ¿FHFRQRPLFDQGEHQHÂ¿FLDOGHYHORSPHQW protection, and management of the worldâ€™s groundwater resources. NGWA members include contractors, scientists and engineers, equipment manufacturers, and suppliers.
172 Milner Ave Toronto ON M1S 3R3 (416) 298-0494 Fax: (416) 298-0626 Contact: Brent Stone
MONITARIO TECHNICAL SERVICES INC.
10 Alpine Ct Cambridge ON N1R 5S5 (519) 748-8024 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.monitario.com Contact: Randy McLean, President 021,7$5,2KDVEHHQVXSSO\LQJÃ€RZPHWHULQJ systems for over 25 years. By paying close attention to the prescribed requirements of the primary element MONITARIO can supply a device to match the needs. A billing meter or DFRPSOLDQFHPHWHU021,7$5,2FDQIXOÂ¿OO your metering needs from concept to guaranteed accuracy.
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82 Hooper Rd Barrie ON L4N 8Z9 (705) 719-9965 Fax: (705) 719-4959 Contact: Doug Willey, Sales Manager
NEPTUNE TECHNOLOGY GROUP (CANADA) LTD.
7275 West Credit Ave Mississauga ON L5N 5M9 (905) 858-4211 Fax: (905) 858-0428 Contact: Darlene McNichol, Product Manager
NETZSCH CANADA INC.
19-740 Huronia Rd Barrie ON L4N 6C6 (705) 797-8426 Fax: (705) 797-8427 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.netzsch.ca Contact: George Balcerczyk, President NETZSCH, the worldâ€™s largest manufacturer of Progressive Cavity Pumps offers a complete range of P.C. pumps, Metering Pumps and Rotary Lobe Pumps. Netzsch Canada specializes LQ3URJUHVVLYH&DYLW\UHWURÂ¿WSDUWVIRUPRVW manufacturersâ€™ pumps.
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(PDLOÂ¿OWHUV#RULYDOFD Web site: www.orival.ca Contact: Cila Schwartz 3URYLGLQJDXWRPDWLFVHOIFOHDQLQJÂ¿OWUDWLRQ systems for the removal of suspended solids from water is more than a job for Orival â€“ itâ€™s a way of life. For over 20 years, Orival has VXSSOLHGWKRXVDQGVRIÂ¿OWUDWLRQXQLWVIRUD wide variety of customers in over 40 countries DURXQGWKHZRUOG6LQJOHXQLWVÃ€DQJHWRÃ€DQJH systems, complete skid mounted or containerized SDFNDJHVDQGVSHFLÂ¿FDOO\IDEULFDWHGÂ¿OWHUVDUHDOO common products for Orival.
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OSPREY SCIENTIFIC INC.
7171 Jane St Concord ON L4K 1A7 (905) 760-6800
NORTHERN ANI SOLUTIONS
415-55 Water St Vancouver BC V6B 1A1 (855) 446-6689 Fax: (888) 873-6598 Contact: Scott Curry, Director Business Development
NOVATECH ANALYTICAL SOLUTIONS, INC. 4120 Ridgeway Drive Unit 25 Mississauga ON L5L 5S9 (905) 569-9814 Fax: (905) 569-7095 Contact: J.C. Arenes, Business Development Manager
NOVO WATER CONDITIONING
655 Park St Regina SK S4N 5N1 (877) 655-6686 Fax: (877) 658-6686 Contact: Dave Pitman, Commercial Engineering Manager
N.R. MURPHY LTD.
430 Franklin Blvd Cambridge ON N1R 8G6 (519) 621-6210 Fax: (519) 621-2841 Contact: Craig Moffatt, General Manager
OCION WATER SCIENCES GROUP
350-3771 Jacombs Rd Richmond BC V5V 2L9 (604) 270-2639 Contact: Frank Varseveld
OIL SKIMMERS, INC.
12800 York Rd North Royalton OH 44133 USA (440) 237-4600 Fax: (440) 582-2759 Contact: Ken Gray, Sales Manager, Western Region
ONTARIO CLEAN WATER AGENCY
1700-1 Yonge St Toronto ON M5E 1E5 (416) 314-8304
ONTARIO LAMP RECYCLERS INC.
4101 Weston Rd Unit #15 Toronto ON M9L 1W6 (647) 992-5267 Fax: (866) 280-5075 Contact: Martin Hassenbach, Vice President
4246 Riverboat Rd Suite #300 Salt Lake City UT 84123 USA (801) 931-3000 Fax: (801) 931-3090 Contact: Christian Beaule, Regional Sales Manager
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OZONATOR INDUSTRIES LTD.
1850 Industrial Dr Regina SK S4R 8R7 (306) 791-0900 Fax: (306) 791-0905 Contact: Peter Klaptchuk, President/CEO
OZONIA NORTH AMERICA LLC
600 Willow Tree Rd Leonia NJ 07605 USA (201) 676-2525 Fax: (201) 346-5460 Contact: Gaspar Lesznik, Director, Standard Products
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490 Pinebrush Rd Unit #4 Cambridge ON N1T 0A5 (800) 363-7867, (519) 623-4353 Fax: (888) 606-5484, (519) 623-8434 Contact: Peter Reinhardt, Territorial Sales Specialist
2055 E 17th St Tucson AZ 85719 USA (520) 791-7000 Fax: (520) 791-0600 Contact: Mo Ehsani, President
PIPE SPECIALTIES CANADA
661 Justus Dr Kingston ON K7M 4H5 (613) 384-2500 Fax: (613) 384-2900 Contact: Trent McKee, General Manager, Sales & Op.
PLASCO WELDING & FABRICATION INC. ORIVAL WATER FILTERS
213 S Van Brunt St Englewood NJ 07631 USA (201) 568-3311 Fax: (201) 568-1916
4268 Dundas St Thorndale ON N0M 2P0 (519) 268-1190 Fax: (519) 268-1107 Contact: Richard Khan, Sales Manager
101 Saunders Rd Barrie ON L4N 9A7 (705) 720-2753 Fax: (705) 725-0444 Contact: Nolie Johnson, Technical Inside Sales Representative
PREMIER TECH AQUA
2450 Lancaster Rd Unit #27 Ottawa ON K1B 5N3 (613) 349-4477 Fax: (613) 738-0092 Contact: Philippe Masuy, Market Development Director
PRO AQUA, INC.
7-264 Bronte St S Milton ON L9T 5A3 (416) 861-0237 Fax: (416) 861-9303 (PDLOVFRWW#SURDTXDVDOHVFRP Web site: ZZZSURDTXDVDOHVFRP Contact: Scott Lenhardt 3UR$TXD,QFLVDVXSSOLHURIDFRPSOHWHOLQH of market leading products for drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, biosolids, biogas and RGRXUWUHDWPHQW3ODQWUHWURÂ¿WVPHFKDQLFDO refurbishments and spare parts for all products are also available.
PROMINENT FLUID CONTROLS LTD.
490 Southgate Dr Guelph ON N1G 4P5 (888) 709-9933 Fax: (519) 836-5226 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.prominent.ca Contact: Garth deBruyn, Vice President ProMinent is the reliable solutions partner for water treatment and a manufacturer of FRPSRQHQWVDQGV\VWHPVIRUFKHPLFDOÃ€XLG handling. Based on our innovative products, VHUYLFHVDQGLQGXVWU\VSHFLÂ¿FVROXWLRQVZH SURYLGHPRUHHIÂ¿FLHQF\DQGVDIHW\IRURXU customers â€“ worldwide.
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2654 Weaver Way Doraville GA 30340 USA (770) 662-8545 Fax: (770) 263-6922 Contact: Chris Muller, Technical Director
340 Sovereign Rd London ON N6M 1A8 (519) 473-5788 Fax: (519) 473-0934 Contact: Brian Butters, President
PO Box 1520 Crestwood Ky 40014 USA (877) 782-6427 Fax: (502) 992-8245 Contact: Tom Jenkins, Marketing Mgr.
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R.E. MORRISON EQUIPMENT INC.
21-3615 Laird Rd Mississauga ON L5L 5Z8 (905) 828-6301 Fax: (905) 828-3674) E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.remequip.com Contact: Ray Ralph, Owner Canadian national distributor of Becker and Republic blowers, compressors and vacuum pumps. The company provides engineering, sales and service, inventory of parts, pumps with unique size and pressure capability. Becker rotary vane blowers and compressors work in small to mid-size aeration projects. Regenerative blower compact, quiet and dependable. Three stage units for up to 15 PSI. Compact high speed single stage centrifugal blowerâ€™s volumes of 4000 CFM pressures to 4.5 PSI.
RICE ENGINEERING & OPERATING LTD.
147 Citation Dr Unit #34 Vaughan ON L4K 2P8 (905) 760-0170 Fax: (905) 760-0171
RITTAL SYSTEMS LTD.
6485 Ordan Dr Mississauga ON L5T 1X2 (905) 795-0777 Fax: (905) 795-9548 Web site: www.rittal.ca Contact: Anthony Varga, Sr. Vice President, North American Sales Rittal is the worldâ€™s leading supplier of enclosures, power distribution, and climate control for electrical, process and IT applications. Customers from all sectors of industry, from water treatment to oil and gas, as well as the IT and telecom markets are making use of system solutions from Rittal.
7A Taymall Ave Toronto ON M8Z 3Y8 (416) 253-6990 Contact: Julia Fesenko
ROYAL ROADS UNIVERSITY
2005 Sooke Rd Victoria BC V9B 5Y2 (250) 391-2600 Fax: (250) 391-2572
2120 Hartley Ave Coquitlam BC V3K 6W5 (888) 821-5451
SAPPHIRE WATER INTERNATIONAL CORP.
530 â€“ 8th Ave SW Ste #1600 Calgary AB T2P 3S8 (403) 537-8470 Fax: (403) 537-8479 Contact: Robert Gray, President
SENECA COLLEGE WORKFORCE SKILLS CENTRE
16655 Yonge St Unit 3 Newmarket ON L3X 1V6 (905) 773-7141 Fax: (905) 898-0057
SERVICE FILTRATION OF CANADA LTD.
12-4141 Sladeview Cr Mississauga ON L5L 5T1 (905) 820-4700 Fax: (905) 820-4015 Contact: Charlie Salomon, Sales Manager Service Filtration engineers and manufactures high performance corrosion resistant pumps and ÂżOWHUFKDPEHUVLQ&39&3RO\3URDQG39') Filter media is available for use on chemicals, acids, hydraulic oil, electroplating solutions, photographic and food products. Pollution abatement products are also available. We can DOVRVXSSO\FXVWRPGHVLJQÂżOWUDWLRQV\VWHPV
210 Walker Dr Bramalea ON L6T 3W1 (905) 791-1553 Fax: (905) 791-2999 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site: www.sew-eurodrive.ca Contact: Suzanne Mamo, Marketing Manager Driving the world â€“ with innovative drive solutions for all sectors and every application of industry. Products and systems from SEWEURODRIVE come into operation everywhere â€“ worldwide. Whether in the wastewater/water, food and beverage or processing industry, the decision for drive engineering â€œmade by SEWEURODRIVEâ€? is synonymous with function and investment.
2 East Beaver Ck Rd Bldg 3 Richmond Hill ON L4B 2N3 (905) 771-1444 Contact: Norma Armstrong
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SOLINST CANADA LTD.
35 Todd Rd Georgetown ON L7G 4R8 (905) 873-2255 Fax: (905) 873-1992 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.solinst.com Contact: Chris Batt, Sales Manager Solinst Canada Ltd. manufactures high quality groundwater and surface water monitoring instrumentation. We offer a broad range of practical equipment used by hydrogeologists and hydrologists around the world. Our leading-edge instruments are designed for repeatable accuracy, ease-of-use, and durability, including level loggers, telemetry, water level meters, drivepoints, interface meters, and multilevel systems.
1-215 Konrad Cres Markham ON L3R 8T9 (905) 944-2800 Fax: (905) 474-1660 Contact: George Matsugu, Marketing Manager
SONIC SOIL SAMPLING INC.
5 Harris Ct Bldg L Monterey CA 93940 USA (831) 373-0200 Fax: (831) 373-4402 Contact: Maryadine Washington, Marketing Manager
SCHONSTEDT INSTRUMENT COMPANY
15-220 Bayview Dr Barrie ON L4N 4Y8 (705) 733-2626 Fax: (705) 733-2618 Contact: Justin Maat
SIEMENS WATER TECHNOLOGIES LTD.
48 Steacie Dr Kanata ON K2K 2A9
SCICORP INTERNATIONAL CORP.
5 Blue King Cr West Hill ON M1C 4V3 (416) 286-4617 Fax: (416) 286-6324 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.snf-canada.com Contact: Mark Simpson, Regional Manager SNF Canada is the worldâ€™s largest manufacturer RIRUJDQLFFRDJXODQWVDQGĂ€RFFXODQWV61) VSHFLDOL]HVLQSURYLGLQJĂ€RFFXODQWVDQG coagulants to the municipal water and wastewater treatment industry. Typical polymer applications include sludge dewatering, sludge thickening and SULPDU\VHFRQGDU\FODULÂżFDWLRQ61)&DQDGDÂśV Equipment Division offers end-users dry and/or emulsion polymer preparation systems, solution tanks and feed pump packages.
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100 Edmond Rd Kearneysville WV 25430 USA (304) 725-1050 Fax: (304) 725-1095 Contact: Bob Ebberson, Director Business Development
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SMITH & LOVELESS, INC.
14040 Santa Fe Trail Dr Lenexa KS 66215 USA (913) 888-5201 Fax: (913) 888-2173 E-mail: email@example.com Web site: www.smithandloveless.com Contact: William Flores, Vice President Municipal Division Smith & Loveless Inc. is a global leader in the
668 Millway Ave Units 15 & 16 Concord ON L4K 3V2 (905) 660-0501 Fax: (905) 660-7143 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.sonicsoil.com Contact: Alan Archibald, VP Administration Sonic Soil Sampling Inc. is celebrating their 33rd Anniversary. We have been providing contract services since 1981 to the Environmental, Geotechnical and Mining sectors throughout the world, offering a portable solution to your sampling and geotechnical needs. Our reputation for quality, workmanship and a willingness to help our customers has been our best promotional tool.
SPECIALTY POLYMER COATINGS, INC.
20529 â€“ 62 Ave Unit #104 Langley BC V3A 8R4 (604) 514-9711 Fax: (604) 514-9722 Contact: Matt Alliston, Vice President-Canada
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TGO TECHNOLOGIES INC.
3471 Regional Pkwy Suite B Santa Rosa CA 95403 USA (707) 576-7778 Fax: (707) 576-7516 Contact: Rudy Caparros, President
THE CANNINGTON GROUP INC. SPD SALES LIMITED
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SPICER SOLUTION PROVIDERS INC.
5825 Chemin St Francois Montreal QC H4S 1B6 (866) 735-9005 Fax: (514) 335-3204 Contact: Shari Spicer, President
4-4 Fortecon Dr Gormley ON L0H 1G0 (905) 841-1848 Fax: (905) 841-1062
SYNTEC PROCESS EQUIPMENT LTD.
77 Pillsworth Rd Unit #12 Bolton ON L7E 4G4 (905) 951-8000 Fax: (905) 951-8002 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.syntecpe.com Contact: Roger Sinclair, President Syntec is a manufacturers’ representative in both municipal and industrial sectors. The combined expertise of Syntec and our manufacturing partners enables Syntec to provide solutions in all aspects of valving, controls and instruments. We provide competitively priced, quality products in an ethical and professional manner and deliver excellent service to our clients, from a knowledgeable, caring staff.
SPILL MANAGEMENT INC.
944 Zelco Dr Burlington ON L7L 4Y3 (888) 438-6324, (905) 631-6161 Fax: (888) 329-6324, (905) 631-1852 Contact: Customer Service
STERLING POWER SYSTEMS INC. 799 Rennie St Hamilton ON L8H 3R5 (800) 809-0330 Fax: (905) 547-2381 Contact: Frank Davis, President
STROBIC AIR, A CECO ENVIRONMENTAL COMPANY PO Box 144 Harleysville PA 19438 USA (215) 723-4700 Fax: (215) 723-7401 Contact: Charles Gans, VP of Global Sales
SULZER PUMPS WASTEWATER CANADA INC. 2-1401 Meyerside Dr Mississauga ON L5T 1G8 (905) 670-4677 Fax: (905) 670-3709 Contact: Jason Goldberg, Vice President, Sales
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TELOG INSTRUMENTS INC.
830 Canning Pkwy Victor NY 14564 USA (585) 742-3000 Fax: (585) 742-3006 Contact: Greg De Santis, VP Sales 365 S Holland Dr Pendergrass GA 30567 USA (706) 693-2226 Fax: (706) 693-1780 Contact: Teresa Meeks, Marketing Assistant
TERRAFIX GEOSYNTHETICS INC. 6423 Northam Dr Mississauga ON L4V 1J2 (905) 678-3388 Fax: (905) 678-0444 Contact: Frank Cosentino, VP Sales & Marketing In-depth knowledge of water and wastewater processes and extensive experience with instrumentation and SCADA projects have allowed Summa Engineering Limited to provide quality goods and services to Canadian Industrial and municipal markets continuously for over 32 years.
501 E Swager Dr Fremont IN 46737 USA (800) 223-7517 Fax: (800) 882-3414 Contact: Tim Swager, Vice President
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125-70C Mountjoy St N Timmins ON P4N 4V7 (705) 268-6220 Fax: (705) 268-1220 Contact: Mark Bednarz, Principal
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THE PIGMALION ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES GROUP
5128 Everest Dr Mississauga ON L4W 2R4 (800) 387-7581 Fax: (888) 670-9090 Contact: Rashmi Kapila, Product Manager
4620 City Center Dr Port Orange FL 32129 USA (386) 767-7310 Fax: (386) 761-0362 Contact: Lindsey Thorp, Marketing Manager
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7481 St Jacques Suite 3 Montreal QC H4B 1W7 (514) 569-1000 Contact: Tony Sheldon, Technical Sales Manager
THOMPSON PUMP & MANUFACTURING COMPANY
45 Upper Mt Albion Rd Stoney Creek ON L8J 2R9 (905) 578-9666 Fax: (905) 578-6644 Contact: Ruth Holland, General Manager
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TOPP INDUSTRIES, INC.
PO Box 420 Rochester IN 46975 USA (800) 354-4534 Fax: (574) 223-6106 Contact: Tim Merkel, Outside Sales Manager
3020 Gore Rd London ON N5V 4T7 (519) 457-3400 Fax: (519) 457-3030
3640 West 12th St Houston TX 77008 USA (713) 581-7841 Fax: (713) 461-2213 Contact: George Gavlik, Sales Manager
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200 University Ave W Waterloo ON N2L 3G1 (519) 888-4567 Fax: (519) 888-9248
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364 Monte-Elma Rd Montesano WA 98563 USA (360) 249-4042
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COMPRESSORS Air Systems Int. Canadian Safety Equip. Chrysalis Scientific Tech. CSE Incendie et Sécurité Directrik Elmridge Eng. ENV Treatment Sys. Hoffman & Lamson Jenny Products Napier-Reid Pencon Equipment R.E. Morrison Equipment USA BlueBook Xylem COMPUTERS & CONTROL SYSTEMS Cancoppas Davis Controls Measuremax Revere Control Sys. SPD Sales Summa Engineering CONTAINMENT WALLS H2Flow Tanks & Sys. KG Services Terrafix Geosynthetics Titan Env. Containment Waterloo Barrier Westeel CONTRACTING Atlas Dewatering Focus Env. Group Int. Water Supply KG Services Maple Reinders Willow Creek Env. Services CONTROL EQUIPMENT Avensys Solutions Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Chemline Plastics CTP Sinto America Davis Controls ENV Treatment Sys. Fluid Components Int. Force Flow Indachem John Meunier Kusters Water Markland Specialty Eng. Measuremax Pentair Canada Revere Control Sys. Rittal Systems Sapphire Water Int. Service Filtration Sierra Instruments Smith & Loveless SPD Sales Strobic Air USA BlueBook Westech Industrial Xylem CONTROL PANELS Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas CTP Sinto America Engineered Pump Sys. ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Measuremax Napier-Reid Pentair Canada Revere Control Sys. Rittal Systems Sapphire Water Int. Service Filtration SPD Sales Sterling Power Sys. Summa Engineering USA BlueBook
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Products Envirocan H2Flow Equip. Huber Technology Napier-Reid Osprey Scientific Ovivo Pro Aqua Service Filtration WESCOR Westech Eng. FILTER UNDERDRAINS Anthrafilter Media & Coal Anthratech Western (AWI) Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Continental Carbon ENV Treatment Sys. H2Flow Equip. Napier-Reid Pro Aqua Veolia Westech Eng. Xylem FILTERS Anthratech Western (AWI) Atlas Dewatering Barr Plastics BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Chrysalis Scientific Tech. Davis Controls Echelon Env. ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Fluidyne H2O Logics H2Flow Equip. Keystone Filter Mefiag MS Filter Sys. N.R. Murphy Napier-Reid Novo Water Conditioning Orival Water Filters Osprey Scientific Pro Aqua Purafil R.E. Morrison Equipment Rittal Systems Sealogic Innovations Service Filtration USA BlueBook Vector Process Equip. Veolia Waterra Pumps WESCOR Westech Eng. Xylem FLOCCULATORS/MIXERS BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Dagaz Env. Directrik Echelon Env. ENV Treatment Sys. Hayward Gordon Indachem Napier-Reid Pro Aqua Smith & Loveless Vector Process Equip. Waste ’n Water Tech. WESCOR Westech Eng. Xylem York Fluid Controls FLOTATION SYSTEMS ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Dagaz Env.
Guide to Environmental Products & Services ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan H2Flow Equip. Kusters Water Napier-Reid Pro Aqua Vector Process Equip. Westech Eng. Xylem FLOW METER CALIBRATION ACG Technology Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Chrysalis Scientific Tech. Endress + Hauser ERE Flowmetrix Fluid Components Int. Measuremax Mesa Labs Monitario Sierra Instruments SPD Sales FLOW METERS ABB ACG Technology Atlas Dewatering Avensys Solutions Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Chemline Plastics Chrysalis Scientific Tech. Davis Controls Endress + Hauser ERE Flowmetrix Fluid Components Int. GENEQ Greyline Instruments Hach Company Harco Hoskin Scientific Hydreka HydroVision John Meunier Master Meter Measuremax Measurement Specialties Mesa Labs Monitario Osprey Scientific Praher Valves Service Filtration Sierra Instruments SPD Sales USA BlueBook Vivax-Metrotech Canada Watermark Solutions Xylem FLUMES Avensys Solutions Can-Am Ins. ENV Treatment Sys. Flowmetrix GENEQ Greyline Instruments Hoskin Scientific John Meunier Monitario Napier-Reid Osprey Scientific SPD Sales USA BlueBook Vector Process Equip. GAS DETECTION American Ecotech Analytical Technology Avensys Solutions Canadian Safety Equip. Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas CEA Instruments
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Chrysalis Scientific Tech. CSE Incendie et Sécurité Davis Controls EHS Canada ERE Gasmet Technologies GENEQ Halogen Valve Sys. Hoskin Scientific Indachem Novatech Osprey Scientific Purafil Sierra Instruments SPD Sales Team-1 Academy USA BlueBook Westech Industrial GASES (calibration) Applied Energy Sys. Canadian Safety Equip. Chrysalis Scientific Tech. CSE Incendie et Sécurité Endress + Hauser ERE Mesa Labs Osprey Scientific SPD Sales USA BlueBook GATES (shear, sluice, etc.) Avensys Solutions B.N.W. Valve Manufacturing BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Clow Canada Devine and Associates Pro Aqua GENERATORS (electrical) Atlas Dewatering Megger USA BlueBook Xylem GEOMEMBRANES Bishop Water Tech. Geomembrane Tech. H2Flow Equip. Stanmech Tech. Terrafix Geosynthetics Titan Env. Containment GEOSYNTHETICS Bishop Water Tech. Hach Company TenCate Geosynthetics Terrafix Geosynthetics Titan Env. Containment GEOTECHNICAL SERVICES Bishop Water Tech. Sonic Soil Sampling Tatry Env. Drilling Terrafix Geosynthetics
Fluidyne H2Flow Equip. Hanson Pipe and Precast Huber Technology Hydro International John Meunier Kusters Water Napier-Reid Pro Aqua Smith & Loveless Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. Westech Eng. WTP Equipment GROUNDWATER MODELING ERE GEMS Int. Water Supply GROUNDWATER MONITORING Analytical Technology Atlas Dewatering Cancoppas GEMS Kisters Measurement Specialties Osprey Scientific Solinst SPD Sales Telog Instruments USA BlueBook Waterra Pumps GROUNDWATER REMEDIATION/ EQUIPMENT AMS Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Barr Plastics Elmridge Eng. ERE H2Flow Equip. Osprey Scientific Purifics R.E. Morrison Equipment Solinst Trojan UV Waterloo Barrier Westech Eng. HAZARDOUS WASTE Drain-All EHS Canada Ontario Lamp Recyclers Team-1 Academy W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions Willow Creek Env. Services
GEOTEXTILES Bishop Water Tech. Hach Company PipeMedic TenCate Geosynthetics Terrafix Geosynthetics Titan Env. Containment
HEAT EXCHANGERS Aqua Technical Sales C&M Environmental CTP Sinto America DDI Heat Exchangers Directrik ENV Treatment Sys. Harco Napier-Reid Pro Aqua Service Filtration Vector Process Equip. Waste ’n Water Tech.
GRIT COLLECTION/ REMOVAL ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. Brentwood Industries C&M Environmental Directrik Echelon Env. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan
HOSES Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Barr Plastics Canadian Safety Equip. Claessen Pumps CSE Incendie et Sécurité ENV Treatment Sys. Harco Novaflex Group Plasco Welding & Fabrication
Service Filtration Spicer Solution Providers USA BlueBook Xylem INCINERATOR SYSTEMS/EQUIPMENT Aqua Technical Sales CTP Sinto America Degrémont Limitée INSTRUMENTATION a. dissolved oxygen monitors b. groundwater monitoring c. meteorological d. rental e. repair f. toxicity monitors g. turbidimeters h. other ABB-a,g American Ecotech-c AMS-all Avensys Solutions-a,b,d,e,f,g Can-Am Ins.-a,d,f,g Cancoppas-a,b,d,e,g CEA Instruments-f Cleartech Industries -a,e,g,h Coastal Environmental Sys. -c Davis Controls -a Endress + Hauser-a,c,e,g,h ERE -a,b,c,d,e,g,h Flowmetrix -all Fluid Components Int.-h GENEQ-a,b,c,d,e,g,h Hoskin Scientific-a,b,c,d,e,g Hydreka-all Int. Water Supply-b John Meunier-all Markland Specialty Eng.-g,h Measuremax-a,e,g Measurement Specialties-a,b,g,h Monitario-c,d,h Northern ANI Solutions-h Novatech-a,f,g,h Osprey Scientific-all Service Filtration-all Siemens-g Sierra Instruments-h Solinst-b SPD Sales-all Telog Instruments-b Thermo Scientific Orion-a,g USA BlueBook-a,b,c,f,g Waterra Pumps-a,b,g,h Westech Industrial-a Wika Instruments-h ION EXCHANGE SYSTEMS Aqua Technical Sales BakerCorp BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental DWG Process Supply ENV Treatment Sys. H20 Logics H2Flow Equip. Napier-Reid Novo Water Conditioning Ovivo Pentair Canada Pro Aqua Smith & Loveless Vector Process Equip. IRON REMOVAL PLANTS ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental ENV Treatment Sys. H2Flow Equip. Napier-Reid Pro Aqua Sapphire Water Int. Smith & Loveless Westech Eng.
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Guide to Environmental Products & Services IRON REMOVAL SYSTEMS ACG Technology Anthratech Western (AWI) Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Dagaz Env. Degrémont Limitée ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan H2O Logics H2Flow Equip. Napier-Reid Novo Water Conditioning Pentair Canada Pro Aqua Purifics Sapphire Water Int. Smith & Loveless Westech Eng. ISO 9001 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS Waste ’n Water Tech. LABORATORIES (analytical) American Ecotech Cancoppas Endress + Hauser MEGTEC TurboSonic Northern ANI Solutions SPD Sales USA BlueBook Westech Eng. LABORATORY SUPPLIES American Ecotech Cancoppas Chrysalis Scientific Tech. Cleartech Industries ERE GENEQ Hoskin Scientific John Meunier Mandel Scientific Co. Northern ANI Solutions Osprey Scientific Service Filtration Thermo Scientific Orion USA BlueBook Wilkens-Anderson LAGOONS Atlas Dewatering Bishop Water Tech. C&M Environmental Canadianpond.ca Products Dagaz Env. ENV Treatment Sys. Greatario H2Flow Equip. Hydro-Logic Environmental Kruger Napier-Reid Terratec Env. Titan Env. Containment Vector Process Equip. Veolia LANDFILL ERE Fluidyne Titan Env. Containment Veolia LEAK DETECTION Assmann Corp. Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas CEA Instruments Chrysalis Scientific Tech. Davis Controls ERE Flowmetrix Fluid Components Int. Hydreka
IPEX Kisters Measuremax Sierra Instruments Titan Env. Containment USA BlueBook Vivax-Metrotech Canada Watermark Solutions
Boerger C&M Environmental DWG Process Supply ENV Treatment Sys. Pro Aqua SEW-Eurodrive USA BlueBook WTP Equipment
LEVEL CONTROLS ABB Avensys Solutions Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Chemline Plastics Davis Controls Endress + Hauser Engineered Pump Sys. Fluid Components Int. Greyline Instruments John Meunier Markland Specialty Eng. Measuremax Measurement Specialties Osprey Scientific Pentair Canada Plasco Welding & Fabrication SPD Sales USA BlueBook Westech Industrial Xylem
MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS Avensys Solutions Cancoppas Davis Controls Endress + Hauser Flowmetrix Fluid Components Int. Force Flow Hoskin Scientific John Meunier Markland Specialty Eng. Monitario Northern ANI Solutions Osprey Scientific SPD Sales
LIME SLAKERS BowRio Water Tech. DWG Process Supply H2Flow Equip. Indachem Siemens Smith & Loveless
MEMBRANES ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales Belzona Great Lakes Bio-Microbics BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Cleartech Industries DWG Process Supply Envirocan ERE H2Flow Equip. Hach Company Kruger Napier-Reid Premier Tech Aqua Pro Aqua Purifics Sapphire Water Int. Smith & Loveless SPD Sales Techsolutions Environnement Titan Env. Containment USA BlueBook Vector Process Equip. Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. Westech Eng.
LINERS BowRio Water Tech. Geomembrane Tech. H2Flow Equip. Terrafix Geosynthetics Titan Env. Containment W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions LOCATORS Interprovincial Corrosion Control Schonstedt Instrument Co. Sonic Soil Sampling USA BlueBook Vivax-Metrotech Canada Watermark Solutions LONE WORKER MONITORS Canadian Safety Equip. CSE Incendie et Sécurité Osprey Scientific MAINTENANCE HOLES Hanson Pipe and Precast MANGANESE REMOVAL SYSTEMS ACG Technology Anthratech Western (AWI) Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Dagaz Env. Degrémont Limitée ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan H2Flow Equip. Napier-Reid Novo Water Conditioning Pentair Canada Pro Aqua Purifics Vector Process Equip. Westech Eng. MATERIAL HANDLING Barr Plastics BowRio Water Tech.
MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT Sterling Power Sys. VL Motion Sys.
METER TESTING EQUIPMENT Cancoppas Endress + Hauser Flowmetrix Hydreka Master Meter Megger Neptune Technology Group Osprey Scientific Sierra Instruments SPD Sales METERS (equipment) Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Chemline Plastics Cleartech Industries Endress + Hauser ERE Flowmetrix Fluid Components Int. GENEQ Hoskin Scientific John Meunier
Markland Specialty Eng. Master Meter Measuremax Megger Mesa Labs Monitario Neptune Technology Group Osprey Scientific Sierra Instruments SPD Sales Thermo Scientific Orion USA BlueBook Watermark Solutions Westech Industrial Xylem
Markland Specialty Eng. Measuremax Monitario Osprey Scientific Purafil Sierra Instruments SPD Sales Telog Instruments Xylem
METERS (service & installation) Can-Am Ins. Endress + Hauser ERE Flowmetrix Hach Company Mesa Labs Neptune Technology Group Osprey Scientific SPD Sales
NOISE CONTROL Acoustic Product Sales ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Strobic Air
MIXERS/AGITATORS BakerCorp BowRio Water Tech. Cleartech Industries Dagaz Env. Directrik Elmridge Eng. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan ERE Fluidyne Greatario H2O Logics H2Flow Equip. H2Flow Tanks & Sys. Harco Hayward Gordon Hydro-Logic Environmental Medora Napier-Reid Osprey Scientific Plasco Welding & Fabrication Pro Aqua Sealogic Innovations Service Filtration SPD Sales Sulzer USA BlueBook Vector Process Equip. W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions Waste ’n Water Tech. Westech Eng. Xylem York Fluid Controls MONITORING WELL SUPPLIES AMS Atlas Dewatering ERE Hoskin Scientific Measurement Specialties Osprey Scientific SPD Sales Waterra Pumps MONITORS ABB American Ecotech Analytical Technology Avensys Solutions Cancoppas CEA Instruments Chemline Plastics CSE Incendie et Sécurité Davis Controls ERE Hoskin Scientific Kruger
MOULD REMOVAL EHS Canada ERE Hydroxyl Env. Willow Creek Env. Services
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY PRODUCTS Avensys Solutions Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Canadian Safety Equip. Chrysalis Scientific Tech. CSE Incendie et Sécurité CTPlus Industrial Supply EHS Canada ERE Mesa Labs Osprey Scientific ODOUR CONTROL Aqua Technical Sales BakerCorp BioAir Solutions BowRio Water Tech. Canadianpond.ca Products CTP Sinto America Dagaz Env. Duall Echelon Env. ECO Oxygen Tech. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan Fabricated Plastics Filchem Geomembrane Tech. Greatario H20 Logics H2Flow Equip. Hydroxyl Env. Jurassic Activated Carbon Kemira Water Solutions Kruger Kusters Water MEGTEC TurboSonic Napier-Reid Novo Water Conditioning Pro Aqua Purafil SPD Sales Strobic Air Ultraflote USA BlueBook Vector Process Equip. Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. OIL CLEAN-UP EQUIPMENT Atlas Dewatering Avensys Solutions Barr Plastics Canadian Safety Equip. CSE Incendie et Sécurité EHS Canada ERE Osprey Scientific Pigmalion Env. Team-1 Academy W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions
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Products OIL IN WATER DETECTORS Avensys Solutions Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Davis Controls ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Measuremax Osprey Scientific Pentair Canada Solinst Waterra Pumps OIL/WATER SEPARATORS ACG Technology BowRio Water Tech. Brentwood Industries C&M Environmental Can-Am Ins. Davis Controls Echelon Env. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan ERE H2Flow Equip. Imbrium Sys. Indachem Minotaur Stormwater Services Napier-Reid Ovivo Pigmalion Env. Purifics Service Filtration Smith & Loveless Ultraflote Vector Process Equip. WESCOR Westech Eng. OZONIZATION EQUIPMENT BowRio Water Tech. Degrémont Limitée Elmridge Eng. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan H2Flow Equip. Measuremax MS Filter Sys. Ozonia N. America Xylem PACKAGE EFFLUENT CONTROL SYSTEMS C&M Environmental Devine and Associates ENV Treatment Sys. H2Flow Equip. Pentair Canada Smith & Loveless Sulzer Veolia WESCOR PACKAGE SEWAGE LIFT STATIONS Aqua Technical Sales Atlas Dewatering BowRio Water Tech. Directrik Engineered Pump Sys. ENV Treatment Sys. Napier-Reid Pentair Canada Smith & Loveless Sulzer Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Topp Industries Waste ’n Water Tech. Wastecorp Pumps WTP Equipment
Guide to Environmental Products & Services PACKAGE SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales Atlas Dewatering Bio-Microbics BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Cancoppas Echelon Env. ECOfluid Sys. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan Fluidyne H2Flow Equip. Hach Company Kusters Water Make-Way Environmental Measuremax Napier-Reid Ovivo Premier Tech Aqua Pro Aqua ProMinent Fluid Controls Sapphire Water Int. Smith & Loveless SPD Sales USA BlueBook Vector Process Equip. Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. Waterloo Biofilter Sys. Westech Eng. PACKAGE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS ACG Technology Anthratech Western (AWI) Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Cancoppas Degrémont Limitée DWG Process Supply ENV Treatment Sys. ERE H2Flow Equip. Kruger Landshark Drilling Measuremax MS Filter Sys. Napier-Reid Novo Water Conditioning Ovivo Premier Tech Aqua Pro Aqua ProMinent Fluid Controls Purifics Sapphire Water Int. Smith & Loveless Trojan UV Vector Process Equip. Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. Westech Eng. PCB TREATMENT/ STORAGE ERE Osprey Scientific Purifics PIPE DESIGN IPEX PipeMedic Victaulic PIPE EQUIPMENT BakerCorp Chemline Plastics ERE Plasco Welding & Fabrication Stanmech Tech. Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Wachs Canada
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PIPE FITTINGS Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Barr Plastics Chemline Plastics ERE Fabricated Plastics Harco IPEX Pipe Specialties Canada Plasco Welding & Fabrication Thompson Pump and Manufacturing USA BlueBook Victaulic PIPE REHABILITATION Atlas Dewatering Belzona Great Lakes Denso North America Logiball PipeMedic PIPE RENTALS Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Xylem PIPING a. concrete b. corrugated c. ductile iron d. fibreglass e. polyethylene f. polypropylene g. PVC h. PVDF i. steel Atlas Dewatering-e,g Barr Plastics-e,f,g Chemline Plastics-e,f,h Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute-b,i ERE -f,g,h,i Fabricated Plastics -d,g,h Hanson Pipe and Precast-a IPEX Pipe Specialties Canada-d PipeMedic-d Plasco Welding & Fabrication-f,g,h Terrafix Geosynthetics-b,e,f,g Titan Env. Containment-b,e USA BlueBook-g Waterra Pumps-e PIPELINE INSPECTION Vivax-Metrotech Canada PLANT OPERATIONS Cancoppas ECOfluid Sys. PLATE SETTLERS ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan H2Flow Equip. Pro Aqua Vector Process Equip. Waste ’n Water Tech. WESCOR Westech Eng. PNEUMATIC LIFT STATIONS Aqua Technical Sales Smith & Loveless Topp Industries POLYMER BLEND & PREP SYSTEMS Bishop Water Tech. Directrik DWG Process Supply Elmridge Eng.
ENV Treatment Sys. Hayward Gordon Indachem John Meunier Kruger Napier-Reid Pro Aqua ProMinent Fluid Controls SNF Canada SPD Sales USA BlueBook PUMP DESIGN Directrik Engineered Pump Sys. ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Gorman-Rupp Hayward Gordon Int. Water Supply KSB Pumps Met-Pro Global Pump Solutions Netzsch Pro Aqua Smith & Loveless Sulzer Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Waste ’n Water Tech. Wastecorp Pumps Xylem York Fluid Controls PUMP DRIVES Davis Controls Directrik ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Grundfos Harco Hayward Gordon Int. Water Supply Netzsch Pentair Canada Service Filtration Sterling Power Sys. Syntec Process Equipment Waste ’n Water Tech. Wastecorp Pumps Xylem York Fluid Controls PUMP MOTORS Aqua Technical Sales Claessen Pumps ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Hayward Gordon Int. Water Supply KSB Pumps Netzsch Pentair Canada Service Filtration Sterling Power Sys. Thompson Pump and Manufacturing USA BlueBook Waste ’n Water Tech. Xylem York Fluid Controls PUMP PROTECTION SYSTEMS Belzona Great Lakes Directrik Hayward Gordon KSB Pumps Netzsch Pentair Canada Service Filtration Syntec Process Equipment Waste ’n Water Tech. Xylem York Fluid Controls PUMP RENTALS Atlas Dewatering
BakerCorp Claessen Pumps ERE Gorman-Rupp Int. Water Supply KSB Pumps Netzsch Osprey Scientific Spicer Solution Providers Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Waste ’n Water Tech. Wastecorp Pumps Waterra Pumps Xylem York Fluid Controls PUMP REPAIRS Atlas Dewatering Claessen Pumps Directrik Engineered Pump Sys. ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Gorman-Rupp Harco Int. Water Supply KSB Pumps Netzsch Osprey Scientific Sealogic Innovations Service Filtration Smith & Loveless Sulzer Thompson Pump and Manufacturing Waste ’n Water Tech. Wastecorp Pumps Waterra Pumps Xylem York Fluid Controls PUMP REPLACEMENT PARTS AMS Aqua Technical Sales Atlas Dewatering Claessen Pumps Directrik ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Gorman-Rupp Harco Hayward Gordon Int. Water Supply KSB Pumps Met-Pro Global Pump Solutions Netzsch Pentair Canada Sealogic Innovations Service Filtration Smith & Loveless Sulzer Thompson Pump and Manufacturing USA BlueBook Waste ’n Water Tech. Wastecorp Pumps Waterra Pumps Xylem York Fluid Controls PUMP STATIONS & COMPONENTS Aqua Technical Sales Devine and Associates Directrik Engineered Pump Sys. ENV Treatment Sys. Gorman-Rupp KSB Pumps Met-Pro Global Pump Solutions Pentair Canada Service Filtration Smith & Loveless Thompson Pump and Manufacturing
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Guide to Environmental Products & Services Waste ’n Water Tech. Xylem York Fluid Controls PUMPS a. wastewater b. water c. other AMS-all Aqua Technical Sales-a Atlas Dewatering-all Avensys Solutions-a,b BakerCorp-all Barr Plastics-all Boerger-all Cancoppas-a,b Canex Technologies -all Claessen Pumps-all Cleartech Industries-c Directrik-all Elmridge Eng.-all Engineered Pump Sys.-a,b ENV Treatment Sys.-all ERE-a,b,c Gorman-Rupp-all Grundfos-all H20 Logics-a,b Hayward Gordon-all Int. Water Supply-b KSB Pumps-all Mefiag-a,c Met-Pro Global Pump Solutions-all Netzsch-all Novo Water Conditioning-all Osprey Scientific-all Pentair Canada-all Pro Aqua-all ProMinent Fluid Controls R.E. Morrison Equipment-c Service Filtration-all Smith & Loveless-a Solinst-b SPD Sales-c Spicer Solution Providers-c Sulzer Syntec Process Equipment-all Thompson Pump and Manufacturing-all USA BlueBook-all Wachs Canada-all Waste ’n Water Tech.-all Waterra Pumps-b Wetlands Pacific-a Xylem-all York Fluid Controls-all RECORDERS ABB Cancoppas Endress + Hauser Flowmetrix Hoskin Scientific Hydreka Measuremax Monitario Service Filtration Solinst SPD Sales USA BlueBook Watermark Solutions RENEWABLE ENERGY ADI Sys. Cancoppas Dagaz Env. DDI Heat Exchangers Geomembrane Tech. Kruger KSB Pumps MEGTEC TurboSonic Westech Eng. REVERSE OSMOSIS Bio-Microbics BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental DWG Process Supply
ENV Treatment Sys. ERE H2O Logics H2Flow Equip. Kemira Water Solutions KSB Pumps Napier-Reid Novo Water Conditioning Ovivo Pentair Canada Pro Aqua Sapphire Water Int. Techsolutions Environnement USA BlueBook Vector Process Equip. Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. SAFETY EQUIPMENT Air Systems Int. Avensys Solutions Canadian Safety Equip. CSE Incendie et Sécurité CTPlus Industrial Supply EHS Canada ERE Mesa Labs Osprey Scientific SPD Sales Sur-Loc Team-1 Academy TGO Technologies USA BlueBook W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions SAMPLERS & SAMPLING EQUIPMENT AMS Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Endress + Hauser ERE Hoskin Scientific Markland Specialty Eng. Monitario Osprey Scientific Solinst SPD Sales USA BlueBook Waterra Pumps SCADA SYSTEMS Cancoppas John Meunier Kisters Kruger Measuremax Napier-Reid Revere Control Sys. Sapphire Water Int. Summa Engineering USA BlueBook SCALES ERE Force Flow Hoskin Scientific Measuremax Osprey Scientific SPD Sales USA BlueBook SCREENINGS ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan H2Flow Equip. Huber Technology John Meunier Kusters Water Ovivo Pro Aqua Vector Process Equip. Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. Westech Eng.
WTP Equipment SCREENS ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales Bio-Microbics BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Degrémont Limitée Echelon Env. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan Enviro-Care Co. H2Flow Equip. Huber Technology Hydro International John Meunier Kusters Water Napier-Reid Ovivo Pro Aqua Smith & Loveless Vector Process Equip. Veolia W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions Waste ’n Water Tech. WESCOR Westech Eng. WTP Equipment SCRUBBERS/WASHERS Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. CTP Sinto America Duall Elmridge Eng. ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Fabricated Plastics H2Flow Equip. Intersteam Tech. MEGTEC TurboSonic Pro Aqua Purafil Smith & Loveless W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions Waste ’n Water Tech. Westech Industrial SEALS Atlas Dewatering Directrik Elmridge Eng. ENV Treatment Sys. Sealogic Innovations Service Filtration Xylem SECONDARY CONTAINMENT Assmann Corp. Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Century Group Geomembrane Tech. H2Flow Tanks & Sys. Ultraflote USA BlueBook SECURITY PRODUCTS ERE USA BlueBook SEDIMENTATION SYSTEMS ACG Technology Aqua Technical Sales Atlas Dewatering BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan ERE H2Flow Equip. Kusters Water Napier-Reid Ovivo
Pro Aqua Smith & Loveless Veolia Westech Eng. SEPARATORS ACG Technology BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Can-Am Ins. Directrik ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan ERE H2Flow Equip. Hanson Pipe and Precast Harco Hydro International Indachem MEGTEC TurboSonic Napier-Reid Pro Aqua Smith & Loveless Westech Eng. Westech Industrial WTP Equipment SEPTAGE RECEIVING SYSTEMS Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. Birksco C&M Environmental Cancoppas Directrik ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan Enviro-Care Co. H2Flow Equip. Hach Company Huber Technology Pro Aqua SPD Sales Vector Process Equip. Waste ’n Water Tech. WTP Equipment SEPTIC TANKS & EQUIPMENT Barr Plastics Bio-Microbics C&M Environmental ENV Treatment Sys. Premier Tech Aqua Topp Industries Waterloo Biofilter Sys. Wetlands Pacific SEQUENCING BATCH REACTORS (SBR) ADI Sys. Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. C&M Environmental Dagaz Env. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan Fluidyne H2Flow Equip. H2Flow Tanks & Sys. Napier-Reid Premier Tech Aqua Pro Aqua Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. Xylem SERVICE CONTRACTING Cancoppas Endress + Hauser H2Flow Equip. Measuremax WTP Equipment SEWAGE GAS EQUIPMENT Avensys Solutions
Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Endress + Hauser ENV Treatment Sys. Pencon Equipment SPD Sales Waste ’n Water Tech. Westech Industrial SEWER EQUIPMENT & PRODUCTS Atlas Dewatering Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas DDI Heat Exchangers ENV Treatment Sys. Huber Technology Hydreka IPEX Logiball Monitario SPD Sales SHREDDERS/ COMPACTORS Aqua Technical Sales Directrik ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan Huber Technology John Meunier Pro Aqua Veolia Waste ’n Water Tech. WTP Equipment SITE REMEDIATION Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Continental Carbon Drain-All EHS Canada Elmridge Eng. ERE Focus Env. Group Golden Env. Services KG Services Osprey Scientific Willow Creek Env. Services SLUDGE DEWATERING Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp BASF Canada BowRio Water Tech. Bishop Water Tech. DDI Heat Exchangers Degrémont Limitée Directrik ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan ERE H2Flow Equip. Hach Company Huber Technology Indachem Kemira Water Solutions KSB Pumps Napier-Reid Ovivo Pro Aqua Purifics Service Filtration Smith & Loveless SNF Canada Terratec Env. Veolia W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions Waste ’n Water Tech. WESCOR Westech Eng. Xylem SLUDGE DISPOSAL Drain-All Terratec Env.
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W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions Waste ’n Water Tech.
SOIL SAMPLING Landshark Drilling
SLUDGE DRYING Aqua Technical Sales BowRio Water Tech. DDI Heat Exchangers Degrémont Limitée ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan ERE H2Flow Equip. Hach Company Huber Technology Kruger Pro Aqua Vector Process Equip. Veolia
SOIL STABILIZATION Terrafix Geosynthetics Titan Env. Containment
SLUDGE HANDLING EQUIPMENT Aqua Technical Sales BakerCorp BowRio Water Tech. Bishop Water Tech. Boerger Brentwood Industries C&M Environmental DDI Heat Exchangers Directrik DWG Process Supply Echelon Env. ENV Treatment Sys. Envirocan ERE Flottweg Separation Tech. H2Flow Equip. Measuremax Napier-Reid Pro Aqua Service Filtration Vector Process Equip. W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions Waste ’n Water Tech. Westech Eng. WTP Equipment SLUDGE - LEVEL CONTROL Avensys Solutions Can-Am Ins. Cancoppas Davis Controls Endress + Hauser ERE Markland Specialty Eng. Measuremax Measurement Specialties SPD Sales Syntec Process Equipment SLUDGE REMOVAL EQUIPMENT BowRio Water Tech. Brentwood Industries C&M Environmental Can-Am Ins. Dagaz Env. Directrik ENV Treatment Sys. ERE Hach Company Kusters Water Pro Aqua W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions Waste ’n Water Tech. WTP Equipment SOIL REMEDIATION Atlas Dewatering Dagaz Env. ERE Focus Env. Group Golden Env. Services KG Services Osprey Scientific
SOLVENT RECOVERY SYSTEMS ERE MEGTEC TurboSonic Purifics SOLVENT RECYCLING SERVICES Drain-All MEGTEC TurboSonic SPILL CONTAINMENT Assmann Corp. Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Barr Plastics Canadian Safety Equip. Century Group CSE Incendie et Sécurité Drain-All EHS Canada ERE KG Services Osprey Scientific Pigmalion Env. Plasco Welding & Fabrication USA BlueBook W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions SPILL RESPONSE Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Coastal Environmental Sys. Drain-All EHS Canada KG Services Osprey Scientific Pigmalion Env. Team-1 Academy W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions SPILL RESPONSE EQUIPMENT Atlas Dewatering BakerCorp Boerger Canadian Safety Equip. Can-Am Ins. CSE Incendie et Sécurité EHS Canada ERE KG Services Osprey Scientific Pigmalion Env. Spill Management Team-1 Academy W.I.S.E. Env. Solutions York Fluid Controls SPILL RESPONSE TRAINING Drain-All EHS Canada Spill Management Team-1 Academy STAND PIPES H2Flow Equip. H2Flow Tanks & Sys. STORAGE BUILDINGS Legacy Building Solutions SPD Sales USA BlueBook STORAGE CONTAINERS Assmann Corp. BakerCorp Barr Plastics ERE
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A new study by the Water Research Foundation examines the potential impact of climate change on water demand and what it might mean to water utilities. â€œChanges in water use under regional climate change scenariosÂ´ studied anticipated water demand and use patterns under a range of climate change scenarios. ,t is categorized by speciÂżc customer class and industry sector so water utilities may better plan for and respond to changing water use patterns as a result of climate change. The study resulted in several principal conclusions spanning several topics that are important to evaluating the potential effects of climate change on water demand. These include: â€˘ Weather sensitive demands are prevalent and will be affected by climate change. Weather-sensitive water demands exist in virtually all places in the country. They account for a substantial portion of total municipal water demands in most regions and a majority of total demand in some areas and times of the year. â€˘ Evaluation of weather and climate impacts involves a host of technical modeling requirements, choices, and tradeoffs. With regard to water use modeling an over-riding conclusion is that only certain types of models specifically those that contain and relate weather and climate indicators to water use are relevant for evaluating the potential effects of climate change. â€˘ Derivation and processing of climate model projections is a data intensive process. â€˘ Climate projections and estimated demand impacts vary geographically. â€˘ A range of options could assist in adapting to demand impacts. According to Rob Renner (xecutive 'irector of WRF impacts of these changes on water demand will vary because of different geographical sensitivities of demand to climate and weather. The impacts on demand could be relatively large for some locations and relatively moderate or even minor for others. www.waterrf.org.
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