Clarington Nuclear Reactor Mock-up Welcomes 3,500 Visitors

Clarington Nuclear Reactor Mock-up Welcomes 3,500 Visitors

CLARINGTON — The $10-billion refurbishment of four Ontario Power Generation Darlington nuclear reactors will be done in October 2016 and is estimated to take 10 years to complete. Nevertheless, before construction begins and billions of dollars are spent, it’s important that all equipment fits through the door. A $35-million, 350,000-square-foot, world class nuclear training facility will prepare Darlington workers for the real thing. The theory behind the big project is that by the time Darlington workers get into the real reactor, they will be performing at optimal level. To read more, click...
Real Tech Inc. Celebrates 10 Years in Business with a New Head Office and Production Facility

Real Tech Inc. Celebrates 10 Years in Business with a New Head Office and Production Facility

Fall 2014 will mark the 10 year anniversary for Whitby, Ontario based company Real Tech Inc. While there have been many changes over the decade, Real Tech’s vision to provide practical, reliable, and affordable water quality test instrumentation has remained untouched. Real Tech’s mission, along with innovative water analysis technologies, has gained the company several industry recognitions, including the Deloitte Technology Green 15™ Award for four consecutive years, and a reputable name in the water industry. The success and growth have been accompanied alongside several new product developments since the launch of their first product, the portable field meter, in 2004. Real Tech now offers clients a comprehensive line of portable meters and real-time water quality analyzers to meet the demands of applications and industries worldwide. To read more, click...
Real Tech Launches Real-Time Efficiency Project with WRAIN

Real Tech Launches Real-Time Efficiency Project with WRAIN

Real Tech and WRAIN have partnered to launch a real-time monitoring pilot project that will save money and keep municipal drinking water safe. Last week, Whitby, Ontario-based water technology company Real Tech Inc. installed its first pilot project in partnership with the Water Research and Innovation Network (WRAIN), an organization established by the City of Kawartha Lakes to accelerate market adoption of new water technologies through collaboration and facilitating access to demonstration sites. To read more, click...