In 2017, Health Canada released a document for public consultation on lead in drinking water that proposes reducing the maximum acceptable concentration from 0.01 mg/L to 0.005 mg/L. The BCWWA’s Drinking Water Technical Advisory Committee drafted a response to the proposed changes and the updated Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality are expected to be released this spring.
Stop by to meet the BCWWA Board of Directors, volunteers and staff at the first BCWWA Open House at our new Burnaby office.
Back for its third year, the Operator Continuing Education (CEU) Day was created specifically for operators and features programming in four main specialties, along with opportunities for knowledge sharing and networking.
On May 5-11, join water professionals from across the province in celebrating the value of water and water systems!
The popular BCWWA Operator Challenge is back for 2019! Are you ready to test your skills?
Does your municipality have the best drinking water around? Find out by going head to head with water providers from across BC and the Yukon in the 2019 BCWWA Best of the Best Tap Water Taste Test!
The BCWWA is expanding its education offerings in 2019, beginning in the next two months with the first courses in our new Water Professional Series.
Do you know someone with valuable skills and experience that could help lead the BCWWA?
Write for Watermark magazine! We're looking for articles for our Spring Issue, 'The Rise of Water'.
Are you a senior student in an environmental, civil, chemical engineering or related field that is interested in pursuing a career in the water and wastewater sector?