Annual Report Walkerton Clean Water Centre
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TRACING FLOWS OF WATER, ENERGY, AND WASTE THROUGH AN IDEALIZED WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK USING AN URBAN METABOLISM BASED APPROACH Heysel, Christopher (2015-09-03)‘Urban Metabolism’ (UM) is a well-established concept based on the parallels between the metabolisms’ of ecosystems and cities. These parallels consist of the intake, storage, and transformation of materials and energy, ...
Examining the Relationship between Pumping Energy and Geographically-Targeted Water Conservation Measures in Municipal Water Distribution Networks Oldford, Alexandra (2013-06-04)Municipal water distribution systems are operated and maintained by utilities whose first priority is the safe and reliable provision of drinking water to consumers. The cost to move and treat water through distribution ...
Environmental impact of the oil and gas industry's consumption of water from the Athabasca River during the predicted water shortage for Canada's western prairie provinces Jensen, Kelsey (2010-10-30)Water consumption in Alberta continues to grow as demand from industry, agriculture and municipalities increases. In future years, these sectors will be unable to consume the water needed to meet demand because of the ...