As green tech, clean energy and climate change become key factors in trash infrastructure, new technologies gain traction as sustainable waste management systems. Here are some of the most prominent new technologies making their way into the trash spotlight.
Solid waste management is a complex system of regulatory, administrative, market, technology, and social components, and every society throughout history has struggled to hygienically and sustainably manage its own waste.
Floods, while a natural environmental process, are expensive, damaging, and deadly. They’re actually the costliest natural disaster for Canadians, causing more home insurance claims than any other disaster and costing cities billions of dollars in damages. They occur five times more often than the next-most common natural disaster (wildfires), with more than 2 major floods a year in Canada.
In a fiercely competitive global market, the mantra “bigger is better” is a goal for many small-to medium-sized Canadian businesses. But Cole Engineering Group Ltd. is jettisoning this tactic and making excellence and innovation its modus operandi. The firm has recently been working on projects for municipalities, such as Toronto, Peel, York, Niagara, Durham, Halton, Peterborough and Ottawa.
Senior Utility leaders came together on October 19th, 2015, at the first Utility Management Forum held in Ontario. This one-day forum was organized by the newly formed Utility Management Committee of the WEAO to exchange ideas and have peer-to-peer discussions on the common challenges facing Ontario utilities.Read Article