Water and wastewater research and technology will be the topic of discussion this Thursday during the second annual Sarnia-Lambton Water Symposium, scheduled to take place at the Lambton College Event Centre.
Stress it till it breaks. That seems to be one of the objectives of a competition taking place this Saturday at Lambton Mall, an annual Bridge Construction Challenge that’s organized by the Lambton Chapter of the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) and both school boards in Lambton and Kent counties.
Sarnia’s Mayor has written Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to urge a national ban on the export of asbestos and the use of the material, which is acknowledged to have caused thousands of deaths since it was first introduced as an insulator decades ago.
A group of farmers has said it will work with Comet Biorefining, the London-based company that plans to build a plant at the TransAlta Energy Park.
Officials at Lambton College say they are pleased that the Federal Government’s budget reflects the role post-secondary institutions play in revitalizing Canada’s economy.
A panel of judges, comprised of local community and industry leaders, has handed out the awards at the 11th annual Capstone Engineering Design and Competition at the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park.
The topic of immigration seems to carry its own set of preconceptions (or misconceptions).
At least three properties that the new owner of Bayside Centre intends to purchase as part of a redevelopment plan have had their closing dates pushed back while an environmental review takes place, says a representative of the developer.
The company operating a plant that produces bio-succinic acid has taken a first step in securing property for what may be its second plant in Sarnia.
Nova Chemicals has given its final approval for work to begin on a $400-million upgrade at the company’s Corunna plant, a project that would ultimately allow the plant to use an all-ethane feedstock for its products.