Yellow Fish Road

why yellow fish
Posted: March 14, 2017
Category: Water
Tags: grates, rain, runoff, sewer. drain, storm, water

Have you noticed any of these yellow fish in your neighbourhood?  Wonder what they mean? The Yellow Fish program is an educational program that teaches about waste water and the impact it can have on our rivers and lakes.  The young people spray paint the fish on the curbs above the grates and distribute flyers […]

Underground Storage Tanks – The Invisible Threat

ust
Posted: March 8, 2017
Category: Groundwater Products
Tags: h.oil, nature, storage tanks, ust, water

Underground Storage Tanks – The Invisible Threat The EPA estimates that there are approximately 561,000 Underground Storage Tanks (UST’s) in the United States storing petroleum, chemicals or hazardous substances.  This number does not include the many homes who have private storage tanks containing fuel oil for heating or cooking purposes.  Each of these tanks represent […]

Groundwater Awareness Week 2017

gwaw2017
Posted: March 3, 2017
Category: Groundwater Heron News
Tags: groundwater, groundwater awareness week, heron, tips, water, well

Don’t take groundwater for granted.  Life as we know it would be impossible without it! Groundwater is the water that fills the cracks, voids and other openings in soil, sand and bedrock. The level of groundwater when measured is referred to as the water table.  Groundwater is replenished by rain and snow melt percolating down […]

March is Nutrition Month

change it up
Posted: March 1, 2017
Category: Heron News
Tags: heron, instruments, month, news, nutrition

Here at Heron Instruments  we are encouraging our staff to be more health conscious in honour of Nutrition month.  We are sponsoring a 10 minute walk at least 3 times a week for our employees.  A chart to track their progress is located at the front door and as a reward, for each 10 walks, […]

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