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Environmental Leadership Through Youth Education

March 22, 2021

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How do we go about changing the way our youth are taught about water in a world of competing interests, teaching methods and attention spans? In honour of World Water Day, we’re taking a look at a movement in Ontario that started more than 25 years ago in which tens of thousands of people have […]

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Choose to Challenge: In Conversation with MTE’s Female Leaders

March 8, 2021

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How far have we come in our effort to close the gap between men and women in STEM? Today on International Women’s Day, we are catching up with some of MTE’s female leaders to answer that question. Choosing Engineering Carol Mitchell, Rebecca Kerr, and Tania Krysa are passionate about their careers. Although it may seem […]

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MTE's Female Leaders

Sanitary Pumping Stations: What and Where are They?

June 16, 2020

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Have you ever wondered what happens after you flush? Maybe not. Wastewater isn’t typically something that the majority of us think about until something goes wrong. This is why you may not notice those nondescript buildings in our communities whose job it is to pump wastewater onward when gravity is no longer an option. These […]

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Building Envelope Retrofit: Transform Existing Buildings Into Top Performers

May 6, 2020

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As demand grows for more energy-efficient and sustainable buildings, our Building Restoration team is shedding light on the opportunity to transform existing buildings into top performers by upgrading the building envelope. What is the Building Envelope? The building envelope is what separates the inside from the outside on your building, providing you with shelter and […]

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Building Envelope Retrofit