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Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination

Open access articles are now available from the Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination Volume 7 Issue 2 – June 2017 from IWA Publishing. Persons can access these articles (via PDF as well) below. 397 more words

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Wait, Before You Flush…

When our kids were growing up, the rule was no potty talk at the table. Of course, that just emphasized their need to tell fart jokes, their favorite topic, and then laugh hysterically. 1,096 more words

It's Earth Day! Do Your Part Tomorrow and Throughout the Year.

Saturday, April 22nd marks the 47th annual Earth Day and it will be observed in over 193 countries.  For EXAIR, this year marks our 34th year helping compressed air users save compressed air energy and electrical resources. 529 more words


Engineering services committee meeting (10 November)

The engineering committee meeting was held on 10 November 2016. All councillors were present. Four reports were received with no decisions required.

The agenda included: (1) large developments, (2) renewal of water utilities operations and maintenance contract, (3) minor improvement programme, (4) engineering services activity report, and (5) chair’s report. 1,844 more words


Dieppe to get sewer and water main renewal as part of federal infrastructure package

The city of Dieppe, N.B. is one of the fastest growing communities in the province and on Tuesday both the federal and provincial government’s decided to help with the city’s growing pains. 295 more words


NEWater Singapore

One of Singapore’s four national “water taps” is to reclaim water from wastewater. After years of research, the Public Utilities Board (PUB), Singapore’s national water agency, started to supply high quality reclaimed water, referred to as NEWater. 220 more words


The complicated business of depolluting El Gahdir River

Last week, the Minister of Environment blamed building violations for the “unacceptable” condition of of El Ghadir River, claiming that one of the sources of pollution is sand washers and called for an investigation to determine the full impact the washers have on the river. 471 more words