Published in: As Canadians, we have a lot to be thankful for. One example would be our nation’s abundance of freshwater. With so much water available, the idea of water conservation may seem unnecessary and inconvenient. Or we might think that what we do to help individually is too small to make a real…(Read More)

Great Outdoor Farm Show From September 12-13, SanEcoTec was at the well-attended Great Outdoor Farm Show, sharing a booth with Ballagh Liquid Technologies. The event was a success for attendees and exhibitors, including SanEcoTec, which made valuable new contacts. Ottawa Fall Home Show From September 28 to October 1, team members from SanEcoTec…(Read More)

In only a few weeks, the National Water and Wastewater Conference is being held in St. John’s, Newfoundland, from November 5-8. The SanEcoTec team has already begun preparations for the Conference where Robert Tyssen, Engineering Project Manager, will be presenting a Case Study on sustainable approaches to drinking water treatment in Newfoundland and…(Read More)

As a province, Newfoundland has a lot of water challenges. Many municipalities don’t have easy access to healthy drinking water due to extreme weather and an over-reliance on traditional chemical water treatments. Which is why SanEcoTec is so proud to be working on a municipal water treatment system for Milltown, Newfoundland, with the…(Read More)

OTTAWA, ON – SanEcoTec is proud to expand its team with the addition of August Guo as Research and Development Coordinator. August will support and advance Company R&D goals and will coordinate in-house laboratory testing and trouble-shooting capabilities to advance product development. August will be working closely with the SanEcoTec engineering team…(Read More)

  Ottawa, ON – Canada’s Annual Clean50 Awards (www.clean50.com) is proud to announce that SanEcoTec CEO, Els Vanbeckevoort, is a 2018 Clean50 Honouree. “Canada’s Clean50 Awards are announced annually by Delta Management Group and the Clean50 organization to recognize those 50 individuals or small teams, from 16 different categories, who have done…(Read More)

Water Primer, Water Primacy

The Setup It all comes back to water. And it’s not an infinite source. Experts predict that by 2030 we could be facing a water deficit of 40%, meaning our current water use is robbing us of water use in the future. While the amount of planetary water cannot be increased or decreased, we…(Read More)

Different greenhouses have different water needs, but all greenhouses share the same need of understanding and maintaining the quality of their irrigation water. Re-using water – while beneficial in cost, conservation and energy – comes with the potential risk of spreading disease from a single plant to the rest of the greenhouse. Unless tested, the…(Read More)

Milltown, Newfoundland has been through a lot in recent years – Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and a willfully set fire that consumed the school, Town Hall and RCMP detachment. In addition to all this, the municipal drinking water of the Town has pH, iron and colour measures that exceed provincial guidelines. For a Town that’s…(Read More)

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