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Health Canada has opened public consultation on three guidance documents for drinking water in Canada. The BCWWA is currently reviewing these documents and welcomes member input on the responses.
We are excited to launch our new website and customer relationship management system to help better serve our members and the water sector at large.
We're excited to announce that 2018 Operator Continuing Education (CEU) Day event will be featuring plenary sessions on leadership development for all levels of operators, as well as emergency preparedness for water utilities.
Our members work every day to protect public health and the environment—from source to tap to drain and back. Yet for many, these efforts may go unseen.
The BCWWA Drinking Water Technical Advisory Committee recently created a technical information brochure called “Is my well water really safe from pathogens”?
We're thrilled to announce that Team DTE placed first in water environment category at the Student Design Competition at the Water Environment Federation's Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) in New Orleans on September 30, 2018.
The BCWWA once again supported the Camosun College Environmental Technology Program’s Student Awards by providing volunteer judges and a $500 prize.
Write for Watermark magazine! We're looking for articles for our Winter Issue, 'Green Opportunities'.
Congratulations to Holly Tetzlaff from East Northumberland Secondary School in Brighton, Ontario - selected as this year's Canadian winner of the Stockholm Junior Water Prize.