Windows on water


The Canadian Water and Wastewater Association (CWWA), in collaboration with Water Canada magazine, are pleased to present this informative 4-part series of webinars to support you as water leaders.


Water professionals have counted on the Window on Ottawa for over 30 years to hear the latest updates from the federal government. Not to hear what each department did last year, but rather to learn what they are working on right now and what is coming next year. For over 10 years, Water Canada magazine and the Canadian Water Summit have hosted in-depth panel discussions on the most critical issues. Together, we hope to reach an even wider audience through these new online opportunities.

Each conversation will provide a keynote presentation from senior staff at a federal government ministry on work being done that impacts the Canadian water sector. We will then convene a utility leaders’ panel to generate thoughtful dialogue that will build on the initial conversation.


Window on Wastewater
October 21, 2020 1:00 p.m. EDT
Price: $49 + HST

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Senior policy staff from ECCC will provide updates on policy work related to the Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations (WSER), the Northern Regulatory Framework, and monitoring of chemicals in wastewater. We’ll also receive updates on ECCC work on monitoring of effluent, influent and biosolids, as well as reporting on the ECCC’s work on the Technology Inventory for Small Communities.

Following the ECCC updates, we’ll provide a presentation on recent amendments to the Canada Plumbing Code and the implications this may have on water and wastewater utilities.

Speakers include:
Beth Weir, York Region, Manager Operations Maintenance and Monitoring & Chair CWWA Wastewater Committee - moderator


If you have any questions please contact or call 416-444-5842 ext 0115

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Window on Wastewater

October 21, 2020 1:00 p.m. EDT
Window on Wastewater
$49.00 + HST

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