The Clean Water Laboratory is a 4500 square foot state-of-the-art water quality analysis laboratory. The laboratory was inaugurated in 2010 with funding from Halifax Water and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). The Clean Water Laboratory has the capacity to evaluate the physical, chemical and microbiological properties of drinking water, waste water and industrial effluents. The Clean Water Laboratory is home base to over 30 graduate students from various disciplines...Read more
The pilot plant was commissioned in 2007, to help understand and ultimately optimize the current treatment practices at the J.D. Kline Water Treatment Plant. The J.D. Kline Water Treatment Plant treats water from Pockwock Lake and serves peninsular Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The automated pilot plant was custom built by Intuitech (Utah, U.S.A.). Each of the twin pilot plant streams has three rapid mix tanks, where up to six different chemical feeds can be injected. The mixing...Read more
Welcome to the Northern Water Quality Laboratory (NWQL) in Iqaluit, Nunavut
In 2011, Dalhousie University partnered with the Nunavut Research Institute and the Government of Nunavut to establish the Northern Water Quality Laboratory, the first water quality laboratory in Nunavut. Equipment for this laboratory has been provided through contracts with both the Government of Nunavut and the Nunavut General Monitoring Plan.
The laboratory has the capacity to do the following...Read more
The On-site Wastewater Research Facility is located in the Agritech Park in Bible Hill, Nova Scotia. This research facility was established in 2004 in partnership with the Nova Scotia Agricultural College and the Agritech Park. Infrastructure has been established to allow for long-term controlled field studies of on-site wastewater systems under field conditions. Since 2004 several different types of on-site wastewater treatment systems have been installed and tested at the...Read more
The Environmental Hydrology Lab is located in Rm N321 and is comprised of state-of-art- instrumentation for monitoring hydrologic processes and contaminant transport within surface and groundwater systems.
The Environmental Hydrology lab has a variety of field instruments including several types of current meters, climate monitoring stations, automated water samplers, unattended water quality sensors, water level loggers, and soil and sediment...Read more
People on project:Barret Kurylyk
The Dalhousie Groundwater Lab is part of the Centre for Water Resources Studies and the Department of Civil and Resource Engineering at Dalhousie. A broad range of surface and groundwater quantity and quality issues are studied, but the focus is on coastal water resources. The research is quantitative with a combination of field work and modeling.
Research areas include coastal hydrogeology, groundwater and river temperature, and cold region hydrology and...Read more