Highlights of our Fall 2020 issue include:
- Important messages from the BCWWA president, Marian Hands on her time as CEO, and from our affiliate organizations WEF, AWWA, and CWWA
- Work in progress on Pioneers of R&D in BC and more
- Updates on the 2021 Student Design Competition
Call for Submissions for our 2020 Winter Issue - "Infrastructure"
Due Date: November 6, 2020
Water, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure are essential to maintaining the health of our environment and our communities.
As our infrastructure ages and our changing environment continues to put stress on our systems, the water sector must develop strategies and tactics to maintain safe, reliable infrastructure within our communities.
The ability of the water sector to come up with innovative solutions and tactics for maintaining modern and sustainable infrastructure is imperative to ensuring all residents of BC and the Yukon have access to safe and reliable drinking water for years to come.
We are seeking articles for the Winter issue of Watermark that discuss issues, projects, ideas and innovations and that speak to how the water sector plans to develop and maintain modern and sustainable infrastructure.
Advertising with BCWWA
Interested in having an ad or advertorial placed in Watermark? If so, have a look at BCWWA's recently updated Media Kit.
The print edition of Watermark magazine and the Membership & Buyer's Guide reach over 4,000 water professionals, including facility operators, utility managers, engineers, consultants, researchers, government policy and regulatory staff, suppliers, and cross connection control testers and inspectors across BC and the Yukon.