Global water resources to provide services to Nikola’s zero emission truck plant
Global Water Resources, Inc., a pure-play water resource management…
Batchewana First Nation to get water plant
Project to be completed on First Nation in northern Ontario next year
Trump makes water demand of farms priority for new office
Environmental groups say corporate farming would leave habitats and wildlife without enough water to survive.
Ontario proposes new water bottling policies, more municipal power
The planned changes come three years after the former Liberal government enacted a moratorium on new and expanded permits to take water for bottling
Labatt provides cans of water to City of Toronto
Labatt to deliver 223,000 cans of drinking water to assist City of Toronto in COVID-19 relief efforts
Climate change, pollution and urbanization threaten water in Canada
Where, when, and how much rain, snow or freezing rain falls is changing across the country.
Canada mine waste prompts calls for better water protection
Want long-term water quality monitoring and to adopt a strict water quality standard for selenium.
BC regulator fines Kinder Morgan $920 for Water Sustainability Act violations
One ticket for non-compliance in the use of fish spawning deterrents and three related to water volume reporting.
US allows Nestle to keep taking water from California forest
Allows extraction only when water is available, to protect natural resources in the San Bernardino National Forest.
Foxconn wants to tap 7 million gallons of water a day
Water form Lake Michigan to primarily serve the planned display panel factory and campus.
BIOREM partners with Tus-Material to market its ultrafiltration membranes
Market to grow as the quality and quantity of clean water diminishes worldwide.
Flow Water’s commitment to mindful hydration
Flow Water commits to the environment with a high-quality healthy beverage in a Tetra Pak container.
Ancient underground water sources not immune to pollution: study
It’s possible for ancient and recent water sources to mingle deep underground.
Study finds peculiar tie between warm climate, slow snowmelt
Helps explain why computer models show rivers fed by mountain snow are expected to run lower.
UPDATE: Ont. proposes $500 per million litres fee for water bottlers
Posted for a 60-day comment period, bottlers want rules more evenly applied.
Ontario proposes new rules for bottled water companies
Stricter water taking permit requirements would include studies on the cumulative impact on local supplies.
Wynne wants public consultation in water taking permit review
Currently Ontario charges companies just $3.71 for every million litres of water.
Ont. opposition wants public input into water permit policy
Guelph residents fight Nestle application to renew permit to take up to 3.6 million litres a day.
Water for air
SFU taps the atmosphere.
Prairie universities get $228M for carbon, water research
Money is part of $900 million through the Canada First Research Excellence Fund.
Ontario considering changes to water-taking permits
The province charges businesses just $3.71 for every million litres of water.
Post Alberta wildfire boil-water advisory has been lifted
Water safe for all users of Fort McMurray treatment plant
Fetuses found at wastewater treatment plant
Remains were discovered Aug. 8.
H2O secures Pebble Beach water treatment lease
PGA golf course to use Clearlogx to optimize filtration plant.
NY manufacturers to pay for fouled water cleanup
Perfluorooctonaoic acid used in products for decades has contaminated Hootsick Falls groundwater.
More work needed to protect Great Lakes: IJC
US-Canadian agency urges designating them resources held in public trust.
Big Ont. water users getting a free ride: Watchdog
Government is preparing a plan to recover more of the water management costs.
California craft brewers with drafts and drought
Water restrictions force them to shelve investment, consider leaving the state.
Mount Shasta water bottler sued in parched Calif.
Accuses Crystal Geyser of planning to suck thousands of gallons of water daily from an aquifer.
Why is California is dumping little balls into its water supply? [VIDEO]
City of Los Angeles throws a little shade at it’s record-breaking water problem.
AER restricts river water use by oil sector
Alberta Energy Regulator cites dry weather and low flow conditions.
Saskatchewan town issues water warning
Too much treatment chemical spilled into the system.