WCWC’s Technology Demonstration Facility serves as a platform to provide information and advice to water professionals and the public through pilot tests, tours and the Helpline. Co-op placements are available for Ontario college students who can help WCWC provide this support to our clients.
This summer, WCWC is fortunate to have Sophia Madden join us as a Student Technician. Sophia tells us...Read More
Since 2007, the Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) has conducted pilot tests to help drinking water professionals better understand source water characteristics, treatment process performance and alternative treatment options. WCWC recently followed up with a former pilot testing client to learn about their progress since the project was completed.
When the maximum acceptable concentration...Read More
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre launched the course to support water professionals who require a refresh of their math skills
WCWC is pleased to announce the launch of a new course, Conversion Math.
This workshop-style course will teach participants how to apply conversions that relate to water operations. Key concepts such as base units, order-of-operation calculations and the basics of the...Read More
Are you interested in contributing to course development and delivery for drinking water professionals? The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) has opened a procurement for instructors, course content developers and reviewers. Tammy Flett, Accounting & Procurement Associate, answers some of your frequently asked questions about the procurement process.
1. I’m interested in becoming a WCWC...Read More
Join WCWC at Ontario’s Water Conference & Trade Show at the Scotiabank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, May 2 – 4.
Meet our staff at the trade show to learn about our training programs, pilot testing services and the Drinking Water Resource Library and stay for the technical presentations by WCWC staff:
Wednesday, May 4 at 9:00 a.m.
A study to reduce disinfection by-products and...Read More
Since 2007, the Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) has offered hands-on training to support Ontario’s postsecondary students. Operation of Conventional Treatment Processes (OCTP) is a three-day course that gives participants the opportunity to operate, monitor and troubleshoot a pilot conventional drinking water treatment plant. It also provides hands-on experience in the laboratory where...Read More