WCW Magazine

The WCW Magazine is a quarterly publication reporting on the industry in Western Canada and an important information portal for all our Constituent Organizations.

Current Issue

Summer 2017  

Current Buyers Guide Product Listing

Back issue PDFs and magazine committee contacts are provided below

2017
Spring – Stormwater Management
2016
Spring – Residuals Management  Summer – Construction Technology  Fall – Honouring the Full Circle Winter – Looking Forward 20 Years
2015
Spring – Treatment Plan Upgrading Summer – Risk & Emergency Management Fall – A Climate of Change
Pages 1-59
Pages 60-96
Winter – Pipe Inspection, Condition Assessment & Leak Detection
2014
Spring – Flooding: Impacts on Water & Wastewater Summer – Industrial Water & Wastewater Fall – Stronger Together
Pages 1-57
Pages 58-96
Winter – History of Water and Wastewater Infrastructure in Western Canada
2013
Spring – Cross Connection Control Summer – Human Resources  Fall – Liquid Assets Winter – Present and Future Wastewater Issues
2012
Spring – Surface Water Management Summer – Biosolids

Fall – Water, Treat it Right 

Winter – INNOVATION under pressure
2011
Spring – Waterworks & Sewerage Hardware Summer – Customer Service Fall – CYCLES – Challenges and Opportunities Winter – Project Delivery
2010
Spring – Emerging Issues Summer – Mentoring & Training

Fall – Protect our Water

Winter – High Strenth Wastewater
2009
Spring – Climate Change, LEED & Green Infrastructure Summer – Water & Wastewater Residuals Management Fall – Water Re-use & Recycling
Pages 1-52
Pages 53-104
Winter – Northern Systems
Pages 1-32
Pages 33-63

You must have Acrobat Reader in order to access the files.

NTWWA Journal now on line at https://issuu.com/cryofront/docs/ntwwa_2016_web

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Magazine Contacts

NEWS-FROM-THE-FIELD & ARTICLES

For News from the Field articles, submission themes may include personnel appointments, promotions, retirements, new or completed projects, etc.

Even if your news item is in a raw format (i.e. bits of info here and there), you are welcome to forward that material. We can put the article together and pass it back to you for your review prior to publishing. Please note that all submissions are subject to editing.

Publisher

Terry Ross
Fax: 204.985-9795
E-Mail: terry@kelman.ca
Phone: 204.985.9785

Editor

Bill Brant
Fax: 204.474.2864
Email: Bill.Brant@wspgroup.com
Phone: 204.477.6650

NEW PRODUCTS SHOWCASE

For New Product articles, the definition of “new” means not more than one year old.  Preference will be given to members of the Municipal Service and Suppliers Association (MSSA).  Please keep your entry limited to about 100 words or less. Logos, photos and graphs are welcome.

Alan Thompson
Fax: 204.633.3075
E-Mail: alan.thompson@ipexna.com
Phone: 1.800.667.8858
Phone: 204.633.3111

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Please feel free to forward any information on any upcoming events (i.e. workshops, seminars, etc.).

Sara Wakelin
Fax: 204.360.3165
E-Mail: swakelin@hydro.mb.ca
Phone: 204.360.4647

ADVERTISING

Rod Evason
Fax: 1.866.985.9795
E-Mail: rod@kelman.ca
Phone: 1.866.985.9780

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