In October 2018, we launched a new website and customer relationship management system to help better serve our members and the water sector at large.
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!