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Managing Municipal Risks

Posted on March 4, 2008
Written by Robert B. Warren

The Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002 and public/private arrangements.

The Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002 (SDWA) imposes significant obligations on municipalities for the operation of their drinking-water systems. With those obligations come risks, including the risk of substantial fines and the imposition of an array of administrative penalties. The obvious questions for [...]

Spending to Save

Posted on March 4, 2008
Written by Paul Cannata

The City of Toronto’s WaterSaver Program boasts promising results, but will it sustain?

It is without a doubt one of the most pressing issues facing cities throughout North America today, and for most urban dwellers, be them residential or commercial, it is given hardly a second thought. In the City of Toronto, the average annual demand of water per day is 1.24 million cubic metres — [...]

State of the Industry: Into the Looking Glass

Posted on January 2, 2008
Written by Kevin Wong

Expect many of last year’s trends to continue in 2008.

As unique as 2007 was for many in this industry, 2008 will follow with some of the same trends observed last year. Consider the last quarter of 2007 just the tip of the iceberg for what may come in 2008. As daunting as that sounds, putting things into perspective and preparing for the changes will help [...]

The U.S. Invasion

Posted on January 1, 2008

Canada’s water market seen as growth area

With Canada's infrastructure crumbling and so many water and wastewater treatment plants in need of upgrading, there is little wonder that U.S. companies are eyeing Canada as a place for expansion. There are a number of catalysts for companies from the U.S. to be interested in Canada. For starters [...]
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