Review powerpoint and detailed survey results.
In November of 2003, the BC Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection (MWLAP), in partnership with the Water Sustainability Committee (WSC) of the BC Water & Waste Association, initiated development of a Water $ave Tool Kit for British Columbia.
Have you ever wondered what role the health authorities play in regulating drinking water in BC? Are there any resources to help you write an Emergency Response Plan? And how will the new Groundwater Protection Regulation affect your small water system? You can find the answer to these and many other questions on the new Small Water Systems website.
The Urban Water Demand Management (UWDM) team at the University of Victoria's POLIS Project on Ecological Governance is pleased to announce the release of At a Watershed: Ecological Governance and Sustainable Water Management in Canada.
Dr. Coombes is an engineer and a microbiologist who has achieved international recognition as a result of challenging conventional wisdom and championing new approaches for Urban Water Cycle Management in Australia.
German architect and consulting engineer. Klaus has been extensively involved with the subject of rainwater utilization for 20 years.
Workshops in Vancouver (May 31) and Victoria (June 20) connected the dots between WHY rainwater harvesting and HOW to cost-effectively implement rainwater collection, storage, treatment and delivery.
The Vancouver and Victoria workshops were part of a series of cross-Canada events sponsored by Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation (CMHC).
Irrigation Industry Association of British Columbia launches Landscape Irrigation Scheduling Calculator
The Irrigation Industry Association of British Columbia (IIABC) has developed the Landscape Irrigation Scheduling Calculator to assist irrigators in developing a proper irrigation schedule taking into account the location, landscape, soil and irrigation system operation parameters.
Water may seem abundant on BC’s west coast, but the ever-increasing challenge of acquiring drinking water from limited sources for our growing communities is forcing us to rethink the ways we use water.