January 5, 2011
TORONTO, Jan. 5 /CNW/ – Water Canada magazine has launched its first-ever supplemental publication dedicated to recognizing Canadian innovation and leadership in water and wastewater projects.
“There are great achievements happening in water and water management that counter fears that governments, businesses and others are not doing enough,” says Kerry Freek, Editor, Water Canada and co-author of Water’s Next: Celebrating Canada’s Best and Brightest in Water. “Canada has energized leaders, innovative technologies, quality research, and unique solutions for water challenges all of which is making a difference in the country’s waterscape.”
Water’s Next shares achievements in four categories people, business, innovation and projects from across the country. A prestigious selection committee reviewed entries from Water Canada’s readers to settle on the inaugural features.
Cathie Brown, Ausable Bayfield Maitland Valley Drinking Water Source Protection Region
Bob Dell, The Water School
Peter Huck, University of Waterloo
Karen Kun, Waterlution
Tim Morris, The Walter & Duncan Gordon Foundation
SMART Watering Systems
City of Moncton’s Fixed Network AMR System
Ontario’s Water Opportunities and Water Conservation Act
Proficiency 3L Toilet
Water Canada is the only national magazine dedicated to water quality and stewardship in Canada. Published six times a year, Water Canada is the magazine of choice for news and information on drinking water, residential and commercial water treatment, source water protection and conservation, wastewater treatment, stormwater management, water resource management, technology advancement, policy and governance, business and investment, and waterworks infrastructure.
For the detailed listings, visit watersnext.ca
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