April 21, 2017 - 10:30 am
Metro Vancouver is rolling out a new campaign, The Unflushables, in hopes of educating residents to stop dumping items down the drain that clog the municipal and regional sewer system. This is a national problem and the cost of dealing with this issue across Canada has been estimated at $250 million.
Categories: News, Western Canada
April 19, 2017 - 3:53 pm
The Ontario Onsite Water Association is the latest group to lend its support to the Municipal Enforcement Sewer Use Group’s (MESUG) Wastewater Industry Statement on Flushable/Non-flushable Products.
The wide-spread and growing use of what are labelled by producers as ‘flushable’ products is...
September 21, 2016 - 12:41 pm
A collective of of water industry groups, utilities, and ENGOs, led (in Canada) by the Municipal Enforcement Sewer Use Group, are banding together to demand a regulation that will identify “what is flushable”.
The partners--which include the Canadian Water and Wastewater Ass. and Municipal Enforcement...
Categories: International, News