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December 22, 2017

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Antidepressants found in fish living near Hamilton wastewater plant

METRO NEWS A team of researchers found several commonly prescribed antidepressants, known as SSRIs, in the blood plasma of fish from various sites in Cootes Paradise, a wetland on the west side of Hamilton Harbour. Residue from antidepressant drugs flowing [Read More]

Nominate Your Favorite Pumper!

Anyone that works in the liquid waste industry can tell you it isn’t the easiest way to make a living. Hug A Pumper is a free initiative to recognize the people in this industry and to show them that their [Read More]

Member Benefits: Discounted Pricing for Association Events

Did you know that SOWMA members can save over $500.00 in fees for our Onsite Wastewater Practitioner Training course, as well as at least $50.00 for each of our practical training workshops? That’s on top of the great savings available [Read More]

Onsite Residential Water Recycling Systems Could Help Southern California Save Water

THE BUILDING & PLUMBING BULLETIN The American Southwest has been experiencing higher than average temperatures and increasing drought. With increasing percentages of land experiencing extreme drought conditions, water allocation becomes increasingly contested. Even though some areas of California received double [Read More]