GWRTAC compiles, analyzes, and disseminates information on innovative ground-water remediation technologies.
Ecowaters Project develops, promotes and demonstrates better wastewater management systems and practices, with an emphasis on source-separation and utilization approaches.
This UK government-funded programme can help make your business more competitive and profitable, and ensure compliance with environmental legislation.
The goal of the Duke University Wetland Center is to provide sound scientific knowledge that will lead to sustainable wetland functions and values for the nation and the world. The center works toward this goal by conducting, sponsoring and coordinating research and teaching on critical wetland issues.
Efficient water use and conservation technologies are important components of CMHC's “Healthy Housing” commitment to environmental stewardship. On this site, you will find highlights of recent Canadian and international research and efforts in this field.
The Water Balance Model for BC demonstrates how to achieve significant progress towards sustainability in a number of categories. While the focus is on integration of land use planning with stormwater management for urban watershed protection, the vision is to facilitate a closed loop approach to management of the urban water cycle. The objective is that stormwater volume reduction will be seamlessly integrated with land use planning and site development practices.
The information contained in this database includes current and emerging technologies used to treat water in all services and many sectors. It is a web-based database and can be searched and modified on-line.
This website serves to provide users with a starting point to identifying the Who's Who in water and wastewater management in Canada. These may be associations, individual researchers, regulatory agencies, policy makers, educators, etc. in water and wastewater management.
The purpose of this database is to provide gathered information regarding technology services and suppliers. Technologies may be in various stages: proposed, ongoing research and development, under testing or implementation. In addition, there is contact information for those that want to communicate with the appropriate person within that organization(s) for these services/supplier(s).
IWA is a global network of water professionals, spanning the continuum between research and practice and covering all facets of the water cycle.