The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) is pleased to release its 2019–20 annual report, available online at wcwc.ca/en/about/governance-documents/.
The annual report highlights WCWC’s work to enhance programs to provide education, training and information to water system owners, operators and operating authorities, and the public, across Ontario. WCWC’s CEO, Carl Kuhnke, noted “in the fiscal year the Centre had over 450 course offerings around the province, dealt with over 4,000 online Drinking Water Resource Library queries, and exceeded 6,000 views of its technical YouTube site. Over 100 First Nations drinking water operators have now been certified to Ontario’s rigid standards. It was, once again, a highly successful year, in spite of the pandemic.”Read More
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Scott Carter to the board of directors.
Mr. Carter is the Director of Transit Operations for MVT Canada (Barrie Transit) which is a privately held bus and train system serving municipalities throughout North America.
Previously, he was a Senior Engineering Technologist for numerous entities, including the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA). During his time at OCWA, he also held positions as the Water Treatment and Transmission Manager (South Peel) and later the Capital Projects Delivery Program Manager (Corporate).
Mr. Carter is a Certified Technologist with the Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists and holds certification in Project Management and Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering (C-MORE) from the University of Toronto.
WCWC looks forward to welcoming Mr. Carter as the newest member of the board of directors.
For more information about WCWC, please visit wcwc.ca or contact us at 866-515-0550 or email@example.com.Read More
WCWC is pleased to announce the appointment of Mike Smith as the Chair of the board of directors.
Mr. Smith was formerly employed at Bruce Nuclear Power Development. He spent 23 years in Operations at the Bruce Heavy Water Plant and 16 years as a Senior Chemical Operator. After that position, Mr. Smith spent 10 years on site in the Nuclear Safety Training department developing and delivering safety training to plant personnel.
Mr. Smith served as an elected municipal official for 27 years. He served as Mayor of Saugeen Shores 12 years and Bruce County Warden in 2010 and 2011.
Mr. Smith is involved in the community and has served on a number of boards and committees, including the Bruce Community Development Corporation Board, Grey Bruce Public Health Unit (Chair), Saugeen Shores Police Services Board (Chair), and Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority.
WCWC looks forward to welcoming Mr. Smith and the knowledge and experience he will bring to the board of directors.Read More