- Monday, 15 August 2016
Water Canada recently published a statement from four Canadian professors and water experts in response to a letter to the Hamilton Spectator regarding the "danger of biosolids". The response comes from Drs. Paul Sibley from the University of Guelph, Linda McCarthy from Ryerson University, Chris Metcalfe from Trent University, Jorge Loyo from Rice University in Houston, Texas, USA.
Read the full statement here.
- Friday, 12 August 2016
Please note: All public review comments received on the draft water quality guidelines will be posted on the Ministry's website and made available to all interested parties.
- Friday, 05 August 2016
In the fall of 2015, Metro Vancouver partnered with the City of Pitt Meadows on a pilot project to test ways to reduce the amount of 'flushable' wipes going down the drain. The result was a humerous 'Adult Toilet Training' campaign, which led to a significant drop in the number of wipes ending up the wastewater system.
To help other municipalities reduce the negative impact of wipes on the region's wastewater systems, Metro Vancouver has made all of the Never Flush Wipes campaign materials avaialble on their website for posting and distribution. Non-government agencies are required to use the Metro Vancouver logo and tagline, unaltered with the free campaign artwork.
For more information on the Metro Vancouver Never Flush Wipes campaign, watch for more information in the Summer Issue of Watermark Magazine!