Alliance for Water Efficiency
The Alliance for Water Efficiency is a stakeholder-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the efficient and sustainable use of water. Located in Chicago, Illinois, the Alliance for Water Efficiency serves as a North American advocate for water efficient products and programs, and provides information and assistance on water conservation efforts.
Alberta Health Services (previously Calgary Health Region)
American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Vision: AWWA is the authoritative resource on safe water.
Mission: AWWA unites the water community to protect public health and to provide safe and sufficient water for all. Through collective leadership, AWWA advances technology, education, science, management, and government policies.
Canadian Chlorine Chemistry Council (C4)
C4 is an alliance of associations and companies devoted to the responsible use of chlorine chemistry. Its mission is to provide a balanced view of chlorine chemistry, including the use of chlorine-based disinfection and to enable society to make informed, science-based decisions on issues involving chlorine.
Canadian Fertilizer Institute
The Canadian Fertilizer Institute is an industry association which represents manufacturers and wholesalers, and retail distributors of commercial fertilizers. Its vision is to to be an effective voice promoting a responsible, sustainable and efficient plant nutrient industry. The mission of the CFI is to enhance the competitiveness of the plant nutrient industry while ensuring the safety of Canada's crop production system.
Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating
Membership: 245 companies who manufacture and distribute plumbing and hydronic heating products.
Mission: To promote the responsible growth and prosperity of members: manufacturers, wholesaler distributors and associates in the plumbing and hydronic heating industry in Canada.
Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors
The Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors is the only professional association for Public Health Inspectors in Canada. It continually works to protect the health of all Canadians, advance the sanitary sciences and enhance the field of public health inspection.
CERTIFICATION: the Board of Certification is the organizational body for certification on behalf of the Institute. The certification process guarantees that the highest standards for entry into the profession are met.
INFORMATION: CIPHI provides ongoing opportunities for professional development. CIPHI interacts strongly within the International environmental health community and is proactive in advancing the science of environmental health.
ADVOCACY: CIPHI works to protect the health of all Canadians on environmental issues while promoting the science of environmental health and the profession.
Water Resources Association
Mission Statement: "Promoting Effective Water Management"
Centre for Water Resources Studies Dalhousie University
INRS - Institut Armand-Frappier
The INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier research centre, a component of the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), plays a vital role in research, training and technology transfers conducted in Quebec in the areas of human, animal and environmental health. INRS-Institut Armand-Frappier, which has approximately fifty faculty members, uses its extensive expertise in immunology and microbiology to determine the impact of infectious pathogens, cancer cells or organ transplants on the immune system, as well as to characterize various immune effector cells.
Keewaytinook Centre for Excellence
Professional Technical Training for Water Plant Operators
Northern Territories Water and Waste Association
Objectives: The advancement of knowledge in the design, construction, operation, and management of water works, wastewater treatment and disposal works, and solid waste site works; The encouragement amongst its members of a friendly exchange of information and experience in an effort to continuously improve the provision of water and sanitation services provided to the public; and The improvement of the professional status of all personnel engaged in any aspect of the provision of water and sanitation services to the public.
NSERC Chair in Water Treatment - University of Waterloo
The NSERC Chair in Water Treatment at the University of Waterloo functions as a centre of expertise in water treatment and quality. Our research emphasis is on work that addresses short to medium-term needs of the funding partners, including municipalities, consultants, and industry involved in water treatment and provision.
Ontario Concrete Pipe Association (1986) Inc.
The Ontario Concrete Pipe Association (OCPA) is a non-profit industry association, established in 1957, with membership consisting primarily of producers of concrete pipe and other precast concrete drainage products. The OCPA works with industry and government to promote the use of precast concrete drainage products, maintain high production standards and to develop new product standards.
Ontario Municipal Water Association (OMWA)
OMWA is committed to ensuring the best possible safety, quality, reliability and sustainability of drinking water in Ontario. The Association speaks on behalf of consumers on the treatment and supply of drinking water and represents more than 160 public drinking water authorities in Ontario. These water authorities provide reliable, safe, and low-cost drinking water to over 7,000,000 people - in households, business and industry - across the province. Comprising elected, appointed and management representatives, OMWA brings together a wide cross-section of expertise and specialized skills to provide direction and leadership on policy, legislative and regulatory issues.
Sustainable Development Technology Canada
Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) is an arm’s-length, not-for-profit corporation created by the Government of Canada to support the development and demonstration of Canadian innovative technological solutions that address issues related to climate change, air quality, clean water, and clean soil.
University of Toronto - Department of Civil Engineering
The NSERC Chair in Drinking Water Research at the University of Toronto focuses on drinking water research activities related to optimizing treatment processes, improving distribution system water quality and meeting present and future regulations and guidelines. Our research projects centre on the collaborative efforts among any of our utility and private partners to provide the industry with leading operational and design information.
Walkerton Clean Water Centre
The Walkerton Clean Water Centre is a world-class institute dedicated to ensuring that training and education about drinking water quality is available and accessible to owners and operators of Ontario's drinking water systems, especially to those serving small and remote communities. The Centre has moved to its new location where a state-of-the-art building houses offices, classroom training space and the Technology Demonstration Facility under one roof.
WaterCan is a registered Canadian charity dedicated to providing clean water, basic sanitation, and hygiene education to the world's poorest people. Working with local partner organizations in Africa, WaterCan supports small-scale, community driven projects that dramatically improve the quality of life in rural areas and urban slums. Since WaterCan's creation in 1987, we have helped more than one million people live healthier, more productive lives. WaterCan attaches great importance in public education. This helps to ensure that the provision of safe water and basic sanitation for the world's poor is an important priority for Canadians and the international community.