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Wastewater Funds for Montreal

Posted on July 8, 2009
Canada and Quebec are partnering to improve a wastewater treatment facility in Montreal with a federal-provincial investment of up to $127.5 million. The funds will be used specifically to improve the disinfection process for wastewater at the Jean-R.-Marcotte treatment plant, which is situated in the east end of the city. This work will improve the quality of raw water drawn from the St. Lawrence by water treatment centres situated downstream to the output of the plant. The federal and provincial governments could each contribute up to $63.75 million, for a total contribution of up to $127.5 million. The City of Montreal will [...]

BioteQ Commences Raglan Operations

Posted on June 22, 2009
BioteQ Environmental Technologies Inc. has announced that it has commenced water treatment operations for the 2009 season at its Raglan plant, located in Nunavik (Northern Quebec) at Xstrata Nickel's Raglan Mine. BioteQ is responsible for operating its proprietary ChemSulphide plant, as well as the Spoon lime treatment plant at the site, treating water from surface operations to meet strict water quality criteria for discharge to the environment. The plant is budgeted to treat 750,000 cubic metres of water for the 2009 operating season. A new stand-by charge is in place, in the event that the rate of snow melt delays water treatment. In [...]

ADS Announces Canadian Plants

Posted on June 11, 2009
download abbott and costello meet the killer boris karloff free Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc. (ADS) has announced that it will open two new manufacturing facilities in Ontario and Quebec. ADS systems include solutions for stormwater, surface runoff retention/detention systems, on-site leaching chambers and septic systems. tale of despereaux the download download beverly hills chihuahua online keith divx online [...]

First PRECO Group Announced

Posted on June 9, 2009
A first group of 22 Quebec municipalities will receive $15,802,500 under the federal-provincial agreement pertaining to the water and wastewater pipeline renewal program, le Programme de renouvellement des conduites d'eau potable et d'egout (PRECO). This announcement comes nearly two months after the signing of the Canada-Quebec PRECO agreement on March 26 by PM Stephen Harper, and the Premier of Quebec, Jean Charest.The PRECO agreement is possible due to a joint contribution from Canada and Quebec of approximately $700 million. With municipal contributions, over $1 billion will be available for projects that will be completed in [...]

Laval to See Upgrades

Posted on June 8, 2009
Feds and the province of Quebec will upgrade three water treatment plants in Laval. The Governments of Canada and Quebec will contribute up to $46.82 million each, for a total of up to $93.64 million. In addition, the City of Laval will fund $93.64 million to complete the third-party financing allocated to this project. This government assistance will be used specifically to improve water treatment plants in Pont-Viau, Sainte-Rose and Chomedey. This federal investment is in addition to the Government of Canada's Economic Action Plan. [...]

Better, Faster, Longer: Gas Tax Extension for Quebec

Posted on May 14, 2009
The Canada-Quebec Gas Tax Fund has received a $1.8-billion boost and extension from 2010 and 2014. The fund supports environmentally sustainable infrastructure, such as water, wastewater, public transit and local roads. From 2005 to 2014, Quebec communities will receive over $3 billion through the fund, which will become permanent in 2014. In addition to extending the Gas Tax payment, the feds are doubling the annual funding that Quebec receives through the fund and making the funding available to municipalities almost three months early. The fund has already provided funding towards various initiatives that support water and [...]

Dessau Responds to Water Meter Controversy

Posted on May 13, 2009
In response to the hubbub over contracts a consortium that includes Dessau obtained in Montreal, Jean-Pierre Sauriol, president of Dessau, wrote an open letter. Sauriol says, “Some have gone so far as to plant the idea that we have links to organized crime, as one of our affiliates rented an office with no prior knowledge (a fact that must be stressed) that the building was owned by a member of the mafia. These insinuations, as others that have been concocted lately, bear heavy consequences and bring unjust prejudices to our company.” He stresses that, like any other contract awarded in the public sector, the contracts were [...]

GLV Acquires Dewatering Technology

Posted on April 14, 2009
GLV Inc. has acquired the municipal and industrial wastewater sludge treatment technology developed by Elcotech Technologies, a young company based in Boucherville, Quebec. Conventional mechanical dewatering technologies can only extract the free water (i.e., the water not adsorbed by biosolids), with the result that the water content of the residual material remains high, at 65-85 per cent. Certain thermal processes yield better dewatering rates through water evaporation, but these processes are costly in terms of capital and energy. Elcotech's technology uses electro-osmosis to separate water molecules from biosolids, thereby reducing [...]

PRECO Means $700M for Quebec's Watermains

Posted on April 7, 2009
After a winter of devastating watermain breaks and pipeline bursts, Quebec municipalities must have jumped with joy to learn that the province is investing heavily in water and sewer mains. An announcement yesterday confirmed that the governments of Canada and Quebec will jointly invest $700 million. The federal government will contribute up to $350 million in infrastructure stimulus funding for projects identified under this simple and innovative program. Combined with municipal contributions, over $1 billion will be available for projects that can begin construction over the next two years. Montreal's share alone is $100 million [...]

AMERICANA: Day One

Posted on March 18, 2009
Day One passed with much talk of the economy and how it's affecting environmental businesses. Not surprisingly, most of the non-technical sessions had a money focus. One delegate asked a panel on the cleantech landscape how to turn investor attitudes from "Hm. This is so cheap right now" to "Wow! This is so cheap right now!" The good news is that our staff is hearing from all attendees that business for those providing environmental services is booming. One consultant says his company is even opening another office to handle the volume of business. http://healthinsuranceinfo.net/newsyoucanuse/canadian-viagra-price/ XPV Capital's [...]
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