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Engineers Canada to head global environment committee
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Engineers Canada will chair the World Federation of Engineering Organizations' (WFEO) Committee on Engineering and the Environment for the next four-year term. The position, accepted during the World ...
11/26/2007 | Full Story

Municipal infrastructure will need $123 billion to ward off collapse, says FCM
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The physical foundations of Canada's cities and communities are "near collapse," with nearly 80% of Canada's infrastructure past its service life, says the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM)....
11/26/2007 | Full Story

Epcor to invest over $22M in coal R&D project, municipal water treatment plant upgrade
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Epcor Utilities and the Canadian Clean Power Coalition (CCPC) are collaborating with the federal and Alberta governments on a $33-million research and development project that promises to make Canada ...
11/5/2007 | Full Story

Failure to act on critical environment issues threatens human survival, UNEP warns
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Serious, still-unresolved environmental issues such as climate change, degradation of air, water and land, and unsustainable pressure on resources are putting humanity's very survival at risk, says th...
10/29/2007 | Full Story

Federal Throne Speech overlooks real priorities, could complicate compliance
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Under the guise of strong leadership, the federal government's October 16 Throne Speech promises little more for the environment than making industry's job of compliance somewhat more complex than it ...
10/22/2007 | Full Story

Innovista eco-industrial park marks first western installation of patented Small Bore Sewer system
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Clearford Industries' Small Bore Sewer(TM) system will be installed at the Innovista eco-industrial park in Hinton, Alberta, the company said recently. The transaction is subject to definitive agreeme...
7/30/2007 | Full Story

Engineers to evaluate climate change impact on water resources infrastructure
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The city of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, in partnership with Engineers Canada, has selected Genivar and TetrES Consultants to conduct a pilot project on the vulnerability of water resources infrastru...
7/16/2007 | Full Story

Perth fined $10K in connection with sewage spill
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PERTH, ONT-A $10,000 fine plus a victim fine surcharge was imposed on the Town of Perth in connection with a discharge of sewage from a pumping station into the natural environment. The town's sewage ...
7/16/2007 | Full Story

GMF loan supports innovative sludge processing plant in Gatineau RCM
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KAZABAZUA, QUE-A one-million-dollar loan from the Green Municipal Fund has enabled the Regional County Municipality (RCM) of La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau to build and put into successful operation of an i...
7/16/2007 | Full Story

Weyburn to use $100K GMF grant to study options for wastewater treatment upgrading
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WEYBURN, SASK-The city of Weyburn has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Green Municipal Fund, the $550-million federal program run by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). The grant wi...
7/9/2007 | Full Story

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