WCWC had some speakers selected to present at the Ontario Water Works Association (OWWA) Water Conference and Trade Show in May 2021. Recordings of the presentations can be viewed on our YouTube channel.
Resources for the operators and owners of First Nations and Federal drinking water and wastewater systems in the Province of Ontario and Canada.
Well Aware was a program of Green Communities Canada that encouraged Ontario's residential well owners to protect their wells and our common groundwater supplies. Well Wise is a program administered by the Ontario Ground Water Association to provide water testing for consumers and well contractors.
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre's pilot testing service gives operators the opportunity to obtain site specific information on different treatment options for addressing water quality challenges. This post contains resources from past projects.
The Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks is proposing regulatory changes that would allow it and system owners and operating authorities to act quickly to help ensure the province's drinking water systems and sewage works have the staff needed to continue operations during an emergency.
In recognizing the risks that cyber threats create for the water sector, the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (the Cyber Centre) has engaged Deloitte Canada to conduct a nation-wide study to understand the state of cyber security within some sectors that make up Canada’s critical infrastructure.
Welcome to the new and improved Drinking Water Resource Library. This post will explain what has changed and how to navigate the new layout.
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre (WCWC) creates fact sheets for water professionals based on pilot testing projects performed by the Research & Technology Department.
'Levels of NDMA in Canadian drinking water are generally very low. There are no industrial or commercial uses for NDMA in Canada. NDMA can be found in both surface water and groundwater sources, but it is found in drinking water primarily from its formation during the treatment process, in particular chloramination. (Health Canada, 2011)
This collection of resources was gathered for haulers of potable drinking water. Guidance documents and information on inspections, sanitizing and sampling procedures can be found in this post.