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Central Okanagan residents reminded to be careful about what they put down the drain

Kelowna Capital News – September 13, 2018 What you put down the drain or flush down the toilet can affect the quality water of Okanagan Lake says the Regional District of the Central Okanagan. That’s why the regional district has

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North Okanagan parties agree on wastewater recovery centre

Vernon Morning Star – August 27, 2018

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Coming together on project

Castanet – August 27, 2018

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$37 million wastewater plant proposed for site north of Swan Lake

InfoNews. ca – August 27, 2018 Three North Okanagan local governments are working together on a proposed plan to build a $36.9 million wastewater recovery system. The Regional District of North Okanagan, the Township of Spallumcheen and the Okanagan Indian

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North Okanagan petition borrowing process approved for wastewater recovery centre

Vernon Morning Star – August 21, 2018  

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Property purchase allows wetlands project at Okanagan Falls waste water treatment plant to proceed

March 11, 2016 – InfoNews.ca The Regional District Okanagan Similkameen is planning to “polish” sewage effluent on piece of property adjacent to the Okanagan Falls wastewater treatment plant as approval for purchase of a $195,000 acreage known as the McCall

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Endocrine-Disrupting Compounds (EDCs) in water in the Okanagan

The latest research into residual endocrine-disrupting chemicals in water in the Okanagan, largely from wastewater, suggests they are degraded by light and diluted in water. Tricia Brett recently completed her master’s thesis on the fate of EDCs in surface water

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Endocrine-Disrupting Compounds (EDCs) in water in the Okanagan

– Judie Steeves and Tricia Brett The latest research into residual endocrine-disrupting chemicals in water in the Okanagan, largely from wastewater, suggests they are degraded by light and diluted in water. Download PDF Tricia Brett recently completed her master’s thesis


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Wastewater

Endocrine Disruptors in Wastewater Discharges Endocrine Disruptors Endocrine Disruptors as Water Contaminants: Toxicological Implications for Humans and Wildlife


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