The BC Water for People (WFP) Committee is hosting its annual Silent Auction at the conference on May 26 and 27.
In 2017, Health Canada released a document for public consultation on lead in drinking water that proposes reducing the maximum acceptable concentration from 0.01 mg/L to 0.005 mg/L. The BCWWA’s Drinking Water Technical Advisory Committee drafted a response to the proposed changes and the updated Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality are expected to be released this spring.
Back for its third year, the Operator Continuing Education (CEU) Day was created specifically for operators and features programming in four main specialties, along with opportunities for knowledge sharing and networking.
Do you know someone with valuable skills and experience that could help lead the BCWWA?