• Kelly Galloway, P.Eng. and Ben Smith, Chair, Village of Victoria, receive their awards at the 2011 FCM Sustainable Communities Awards in Victoria, British Columbia.
    Kelly Galloway, P.Eng. and Ben Smith, Chair, Village of Victoria, receive their 2011 FCM Sustainable Communities Awards in Victoria, British Columbia.
  • Queen of the Throne
    ETC President, Kelly Galloway, P.Eng. to participate in "Wonderful Women of Wastewater" Online Forum, September 23, 2014
  • ETC solves sewage challenge for Burnside Community Care Home, Clyde River, PEI
  • Soils and Site Assessments
    Onsite sewage evaluations require looking at soil differently than for geotechnical engineering purposes.
  • Coffee mug graphic depicting sources of groundwater contamination from septic systems and poor planning
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ETC President, Kelly Galloway, P.Eng. means business, but doesn't take herself too seriously.

“Wonderful Women of Wastewater” Forum to promote STEM to girls

Free Online Forum: Wonderful Women of Wastewater September 23rd., 2014 2pm – 4pm Eastern Time (3pm – 5pm Atlantic Time) Twelve Wonderful Women of WasteWater (Twitter #WWofWW) will gather online to talk directly to girls about what makes them passionate about their careers, how they got to their current positions, and what the future holds [more]

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ETC solves sewage challenge for owner of Burnside Community Care Home

Engineering Technologies Canada Ltd. (ETC) was retained by Hartshire Holdings to design a state-of-the-art, cost effective and green onsite sewage system for the Burnside Community Care Home in Clyde River, PEI. The new 40 bed community care home features both single and double-bed rooms. The building has three levels, wheelchair accessible showers, dining room, community [more]

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PEI Department of Environment – (UPDATED) regulations regarding septic licensing

This is our understanding of the current policies regarding the various licenses issued by the PEI Dept. of Environment related to on-site sewage disposal. In summary, the Department issues site assesors licenses ($250), septic contractors licenses ($250) and septic installers licenses ($25). The septic contractors license ($250) is generally issued to the owner of a [more]

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Alternative Sewers: A Good Option for Many Communities

Note: The following article was excerpted from Pipeline, published by National Small Flows Clearinghouse. For an example of how alternative sewers were used to provide a cost effective solution for one rural Maritime community, read ETC’s Project Profile of the award winning, Victoria Water and Wastewater Project. Those who are fortunate enough to own a [more]

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Victoria Water & Wastewater Project – Village of Victoria, PE

3 Minute long video overview of the project: (Photo credit: Ron Garnett, AirScapes.ca) The Village of Victoria, PE is a quaint, rural village and picturesque tourist destination with many period buildings, artisans, restaurants and a bustling waterfront. Residential lots were subdivided in the mid 1800s and most are not large enough to accommodate modern septic [more]

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Villa Sur Plage Condominiums – Robichaud, NB

Villa_Sur_Plage View the PDF version here. Villa Sur Plage Condominiums Robichaud, New Brunswick Client: Les Entreprises Mapoma Ltée Engineering Technologies Canada Ltd. (ETC) designed the first private cluster sewage system in New Brunswick to be managed by a condominium corporation. The system includes: Alternative Collection System – Septic Tank Effluent Gravity Sewer ● Innovative Sewage [more]

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The Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park – Hopewell Cape, NB

Hopewell_Rocks On the rugged coast of Southern New Brunswick overlooking the Bay of Fundy, the majestic Hopewell Rocks attract more than 200,000 visitors annually. They come to stand in awe of the towering rock formations created by the natural forces of erosion and the highest tides in the world. A new Tidal Exploration Centre had [more]

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Engineered Septic System Elementary School – Donagh, PE

Donagh_School Engineered Septic System Elementary School, Donagh, PEI Client: PEI Dept. Transportation and Public Works Engineering Technologies Canada Ltd. (ETC) has developed and refined a state-of-the-art, pressurized HDPE Leaching Chamber septic system design. Each system is customized to suit the specific soil, rock, groundwater conditions and topography so that it blends into the existing landscape. [more]

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