Ontario Water News

The latest news stories from Ontario’s water sector.

Videos: Showcasing Water Innovation

Water sustainability champions talk about how their Showcasing Water Innovation projects are helping make their communities resilient for today and future generations.

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Seven Universities Across Canada to Take Part in Research Collaboration with Trojan Technologies

London, ON – Mitacs, a national non-profit research and training organization, announces its largest Accelerate research project which will see London-based Trojan Technologies, a world leader in water treatment technologies including ultraviolet (UV) and filtration, partner with seven universities across Canada. Mitacs Accelerate connects companies, like Trojan, with research-based universities through graduate students and postdoctoral fellows,

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Hydromantis Announces U.S. Subsidiary

Hydromantis Environmental Software Solutions, Inc. based in Hamilton, Ontario, has announced the establishment of a U.S. subsidiary operating from Chicago. The entity will allow Hydromantis to better serve the growing needs of the U.S. market for water and wastewater modeling products and value-added services. Malcolm Fabiyi, PhD., a leader in process modeling solutions, technology development,

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York Region Works with Regulators to Encourage Innovation in Water and Wastewater

At next month’s World Water-Tech North America summit (October 6-8), global water leaders will convene in Toronto to discuss city resilience and the future for advanced technologies in strengthening urban water networks. WaterTAP Director Erin Mahoney, who is the Region of York’s Environmental Commissioner, will participate in a panel called Building Better Cities by Fostering

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Making the Most of Every Drop: Ontario Water Companies at Work in California

California’s drought issues are serious, but technology from Ontario is making a positive impact on the state’s water scarcity challenges. Water scarcity is a major challenge for regions suffering from drought, such as California. According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, California will require US $69-billion worth of drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects

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Clearford Commences Installation in North Grenville

Ottawa-based Clearford Water Systems Inc. has commenced the installation of Clearford One™ to service the Fetherston Mobile Home Park in North Grenville, Ontario. The system will collect and treat sanitary sewage for 46 permanent residences. Clearford also will acquire the existing potable water treatment system which includes ultraviolet purification by the Hallett® system manufactured by UV Pure Technologies Inc.

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Four Can’t-Miss Fall Ontario Industry Events

We’re sad to say that summer is coming to a close, but that means it’s time to get pumped for a busy season of industry events. To help you start planning your fall conference calendar, we’ve put together a list of four noteworthy Ontario events happening this autumn. 1. BLOOM’s 3rd Food and Beverage Water

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Unique Water Ask: Join PPG’s Vendor Networks

Partners in Project Green’s water stewardship committee is developing two vendor networks: one for collective stormwater infrastructure projects, and one for its innovative water technologies program. PPG is a community of businesses, government bodies, institutions and utilities working together to build up the Pearson Eco-Business Zone and beyond. Collective stormwater infrastructure projects PPG is looking

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Making an Impact: Investments Going Beyond Financial Returns

Private capital is a critical component of entrepreneurial activity. Ever in search of financial returns, investors provide the fuel for private-sector activity that in turn drives jobs, income, and prosperity. Traditionally, private capital has been confined to either the private sector, where financial capital is expected to generate risk-adjusted competitive returns, or philanthropic ventures, where

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Tech Companies to Face Dragons at World Water-Tech North America

If you’re looking for new investment or alliancing opportunities in the water-tech space, the upcoming World Water-Tech North America summit presents a great opportunity to meet and network with future partners. This October 7 and 8 in Toronto, 10 companies will present a snapshot of their technologies in the Technology Showcase panel supported by the

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‘Made in Canada’ Part 2: Four Reasons Manufacturers Are Choosing Home

WaterTAP reported last month that newfound momentum for domestic manufacturing has rejuvenated Ontario’s water community. Revivalism on the home front has been attributed to a variety of perks, including global recognition, competitive regional costs, a well-educated workforce, and intellectual property protection. We spoke to Project Coordinator Andy Tomescu and Vice President of Sales Cornell Evans

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