TORONTO, ON -- October 14, 2014 – Urging consumers to take a closer look at their water use habits, the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) and the Clean Water Foundation (CWF) – in conjunction with York Region, the Region of Peel and the Health Product Stewardship Association, launch the I Don’t Flush public awareness campaign. The campaign asks the public to return their unused/unwanted medications back to the pharmacy as opposed to flushing them down the toilet or drain, or throwing them in the garbage.
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OCWA is delighted to partner with the World Water-Tech North America Summit in presenting the Technology Showcase sessions during the two-day event.
In each of the two showcases, companies will present a 7-minute pitch for their technology and business model, and then face questioning by a panel of 'Dragons'.
The showcases will include the following companies:
While the folks here at OCWA deal with flushable on a daily basis, we also know there are certain things that just shouldn't go down our drains! Earlier this spring, OCWA - along with our partner the Clean Water Foundation - launched a campaign to encourage the public to return their unused/unwanted medications back to the pharmacy as opposed to flushing them down the toilet or drain, or throwing them in the garbage.