British Columbia

April 2018

Balancing the Books

Financial Sustainability for Canadian Water Systems Canadians want affordable water services, but utilities are finding it difficult to \”balance their books\” as costs continue to rise and revenues decline. To mark World Water Day, Canadian Water Network is releasing a new report about the financial sustainability of Canada\’s water systems. Following an investigation of financial …

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Consultation on Microbial Risk Assessment in Drinking Water

The Government of Canada is asking technical experts who focus on drinking water to provide feedback in the consultation process for the drinking water guidance document on the use of quantitative microbial risk assessment. The Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality encourage the adoption of a multi-barrier source-to-tap approach to produce clean, safe and reliable …

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2018 Convention Proceedings

PDF copies of the presentations from our 2018 Convention, held in Kamloops, are now available to download. Onsite Sewage Success of Failure, Based on Groundwater Monitoring by Michael Payne Subdivision Referrals and Soils Information by Amanda Anderson, Interior Health Maintenance, Maintenance, Maintenance by Garth Millan HeartMath by Kent Watson Building, Installing and Maintaining Grease Traps …

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