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November 20, 2001 News

Azurix fined for further environmental violations

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HAMILTON, ONT–Azurix has been fined $16,000 for using an uncertified operator to repair pumps at the Dundas Avenue…

November 20, 2001 News

Safety training for Quebec environment industry workers

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The CSN, Quebec’s leading umbrella union organization, is making improved training of environment industry workers…

November 20, 2001 News

Hydrogenics signs fuel cell contract with U.S. Army

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Hydrogenics Corporation, a designer and manufacturer…

November 20, 2001 News

Marrakech meeting clarifies Kyoto Protocol

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After two weeks of high-level negotiations in Marrakech, Morocco, representatives from nearly 180 countries succeed…

November 15, 2001 News

Oil patch vandal released

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On November 14, Wiebo Ludwig was released from prison after serving two-thirds of a 28-month sentence. Mr. Ludwig,…

November 12, 2001 News

Albertans continue to enjoy good air quality

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Summer air quality in Alberta was rated as Good-the highest possible rating-93% of the time, with only one hour of…

November 12, 2001 News

New anti-leak coating for domestic fuel tanks

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A research partnership involving Jacques Whitford Environment, Dalhousie University and the insurance industry in A…

November 12, 2001 News

Eco-efficient technology for oil sands projects

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In Calgary recently, Opti Canada and Nexen announced the formation of a joint venture to develop in-situ bitumen re…

November 12, 2001 News

Draft act to protect Oak Ridges Moraine

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Legislation introduced by Ontario Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Chris Hodgson earlier this month will prov…

November 9, 2001 News

Edmonton firm receives $50,000 penalty for improper hazwaste handling

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EDMONTON, ALTA–HBA Consultants, operating as Dominion Chrome Industries, was recently handed a $50,000 penalty in…

November 9, 2001 News

B.C. power plant expansion granted approval

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CASTLEGAR, BC–A proposed 100-megawatt hydroelectric power plant adjacent to the existing Brilliant generating sta…

November 9, 2001 News

Expert panel to advise on environmental soundness of offshore oil & gas exploration

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VICTORIA, BC-David Strong, a professor in the University of Victoria’s school of earth and ocean sciences and form…