Stormwater and Graywater Uses

Stormwater occurs as a result of heavy rainfall or snowfall and can act as surface run-off into nearby lakes, rivers or soak into the soil. Stormwater run-off is capable of polluting nearby rivers and lakes based on the contaminants it picks along the way. Some of these pollutants include fertilizers, pesticides, oil, and soap which ...

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The Importance of Soil Health

December 5th marked World Soil Day which was started by the International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS) in 2002. Only in 2013 did the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) endorse this day, making it recognizable on an international level. 

World Soil Day celebrates and brings awareness to the benefits soil has for us ...

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Air Pollution - A Mother's Concern

 

 

As a mother I am very concerned about air pollution. My oldest child was born six and a half weeks premature and has severe peanut allergies and asthma. We have learned as family how to deal with these issues. He constantly carries an Epipen and uses an inhaler on a regular basis.

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Wells and Water Quality

When it comes to drinking water quality, people tend to think about the water coming from drinking water treatment plants, travelling through our pipes and ultimately into our homes. However, 13-14% of Canadians (most who live in rural areas) rely on wells or cisterns for their drinking water. By law, well owners are responsible for ...

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Ambience Joins Forces with Heron Instruments

Ambience is proud to announce our new partnership with Heron Instruments, a water-monitoring technology company based in Dundas, Ontario.

Together, Ambience and Heron are developing a new line of smart water monitoring products to meet increasing demand for dependable data and analytics. These solutions will supportmunicipal drinking water and wastewater utilities, industrial partners, andgroundwater and ...

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