H2O Innovation Inc.’s Utility Partners LLC (UP) subsidiary has renewed an existing contract and secured another for a combined $3.7 million. H2O Innovation’s backlog now stands at $55.1 million.
The Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) are lauding the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) for providing a foundation for more relevant and globally consistent corporate reporting on climate change issues.
ECO Canada's Internship Program received $8.9 million from the Department of Natural Resources. The money, which provides up to 50% in salary for environmental jobs in natural resource sectors, is expected to result in fulfilling or creating 650 jobs.
With buildings accounting for upwards of 40% of all energy used and a third of greenhouse gas emissions globally, developing approaches to reduce GHGs from them is critical to meeting climate objectives. A new standard from the ISO is expected to help on that front.
Late last month, a biosolids project involving source separated organics (SSO) was completed in Calgary. Built by Chinook Resource Management Group, the project is the first composting facility delivered in the P3 model in Canada. Chinook is a special purpose company of which Maple Reinders in a partner.