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Students provide new options for local government wastewater treatment 

Environmental engineering students and BCWWA members Maureen Long and Allison Matfin from the University of Northern British Columbia, along with Kathleen Horita, presented options for a potential new wastewater treatment facility to the communities of Fort St. James and Nak'azdli Whu'ten First Nation on December 8, 2015.

Source: Vanderhoof Omineca Express  | December 30, 2015
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BC Hydro and First Nations partner on watershed monitoring 

A partnership between BC Hydro and local First Nations is providing opportunities for environmental and engineering work in fisheries, recreation, vegetation, wildlife and erosion.

Source: Campbell River Mirror | December 29, 2015
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Calgary scientists create mini-worlds to test water treatment strategies 

Located about 20 kilometres downstream from Calgary's city centre, ACWA (Advancing Canadian Wastewater Assets) opened earlier this year, aiming to provide water experts and decision-makers with crucial information just as climate change, chemical contamination and overuse are all putting a strain on water resources around the world.

Source: The Globe and Mail | November 30, 2015
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