“Hoppy” Easter

Posted: March 30, 2018
Category: Newsletters
Tags: easter

One of the many harbingers of spring in the Northern Hemisphere is the arrival of our favourite rabbit, the Easter Bunny.  His delivery of sweets and treats is eagerly anticipated by children the world over and Easter egg hunts and Easter egg rolls are organized everywhere! Here are some Easter facts you might not know: […]

OGWA Convention

Posted: March 28, 2018
Category: Newsletters
Tags: convention, meeting, new product, ogwa, vertical inspection camera

This past week, March 23 & 24, 2018, Heron Instruments participated in the 66th OGWA Convention held in Ottawa Ontario. As part of the trade show, we were able to highlight our newest addition to our product line, the dipper-See vertical inspection camera.  The product created a great deal of interest and excitement among the […]

World Water Day – March 22, 2018

world water day
Posted: March 22, 2018
Category: Water
Tags: climate change, day, environment, groundwater, nature, water, world

This 2018 World Water Day, the theme chosen is “Nature for Water” which will explore how we can look to nature to overcome the water challenges of the 21st century. Ballooning urbanization and climate change are two major factors causing the environmental damage driving today’s water-related crises. Floods, droughts and water pollution are increasing in […]

Fix a Leak Week

fix a leak week
Posted: March 19, 2018
Category: Uncategorized Water
Tags: bills, fix, homes, leaks, repair, save, water

With the increasing demands placed on our domestic water supplies due to growing urban populations and climate changes, water lost through leaks is having a much bigger impact.  Recently, the Southwest United States experienced a drought that led to water restrictions.  California is now weighing the possibility of making those restrictions permanent, even though the […]

Our Groundwater Is Under Threat

Posted: March 15, 2018
Category: Water
Tags: awareness, fracking, groundwater, over extraction, plastics, water

We rely on groundwater – it’s the water we drink, the water that grows our food, the water that helps recharge our lakes and rivers.  As technology moves forward many new threats to the safety of our groundwater are being realized. Fracking Hydraulic Fracturing, or “Fracking” as it is commonly known, is a very controversial issue.  It […]

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