Permit to Take Water

watering crops
Posted: December 19, 2017
Category: Water
Tags: groundwater, permit, water

In Ontario, a permit to take water must be obtained from the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change if you will be taking in excess of 50,000 litres of water per day from the environment.  It does not matter whether you will take this water from surface water or groundwater, a permit is still […]

Canada C3 – Coast to Coast to Coast

c3
Posted: December 11, 2017
Category: Uncategorized

On October 28th of this year, the Canadian Icebreaker, Polar Prince, successfully completed its 150 day voyage from Toronto, Ontario to Victoria, British Columbia.  The aim was to travel via the Northwest Passage, a distance of 23,000 kilometers, exploring Canada from coast to coast to coast in honour of 150 years of Confederation.  This epic […]

NGWA Groundwater Week – Dec. 5-7, 2017

groundwater-week
Posted: November 30, 2017
Category: Groundwater

Once again, Heron Instruments will be marking Groundwater week by exhibiting at the Groundwater Summit in Nashville, Tennessee from December 5 – 7, 2017, in booth #1029.  This is the largest gathering of groundwater professionals in North America and is always a great way to close out the year. The NGWA, founded in 1948 as the […]

World Fisheries Day 2017

Posted: November 21, 2017
Category: Newsletters
Tags: climate change, fish, fisheries, sustainable, water

World Fisheries Day was established in 1997 to highlight the importance of fisheries around the world and draw attention to overfishing, habitat destruction and other serious threats to the sustainability of our aquatic resources. More than 25% of the world’s dietary protein is provided by fish with over 100 million metric tons of fish consumed […]

Rural Plumbing

rural plumbing
Posted: November 17, 2017
Category: Groundwater
Tags: cistern, datalogger, heron, monitoring, quality, water, wells

If you live in an area that is not serviced by city water lines, you may encounter unique plumbing needs.  You must rely on your own infrastructure for a consistent water supply and maintaining that supply can often present unusual problems. Many properties have their own well.  If you do own your well, you are […]

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