Burnaby's waste-to-energy incinerator should not be expanded as it creates a demand for more waste and emits a substantial amount of greenhouse gases, according to a new study.
After its seasonal closing, the 101-yearold Stave Falls Power House on Dewdney Trunk Road has reopened for the 2013 tourist season.
The 101-year-old Stave Falls Power House on Dewdney Trunk Road in Mission is now open for the 2013 season.
Abbotsford South independent MLA John van Dongen waded into the proposed Metro Vancouver incinerator debate before the end of the sitting of the Legislature, questioning the B.C. Liberals' stand on the issue and their choice of a candidate who is a known supporter of the trash burning option.
Local kayakers say they are opposed to a plan to install a run-of-river power project on a Chilliwack River Valley creek.
Chilliwack MLA John Les may be leaving politics in a few months but he's going out with guns blazing.
Abbotsford's mayor and the chair of the Fraser Valley Regional District are dismayed with Metro Vancouver waste committee's decision to deny the FVRD an observer on the independent expert panel overseeing the proposed waste-to-energy project.
Three years ago I attended a public information session at which options for disposing of solid waste in Metro Vancouver were discussed.
Metro Vancouver's waste committee has rejected a request by the Fraser Valley Regional District to allow an "observer" to sit on an independent expert panel overseeing the proposed waste-to-energy project.
The Delta Farmers' Institute is voicing its opposition to a regional district plan to charge farms that produce what may be considered offensive odours.
METRO Vancouver is hoping to generate millions of dollars and hydroelectric energy for thousands of homes by installing turbines on the Cleveland and Seymour dams.
The Lower Mainland might be home to innovators in hydrogen fuel cell and natural gas engine technologies, but not a single British Columbian applied for a rebate to buy a hydrogen fuel cell or natural gas-fired vehicle under the Clean Energy Vehicle (CEV) for BC program launched last year.
Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz has lashed out at Metro Vancouver and the environment minister over toxic fly ash from the Burnaby incinerator discovered at the Cache Creek landfill.
Drumming and singing could be heard on Wednesday afternoon as local residents protested in front of MLA Marc Dalton's office Wednesday against a proposed pipeline.
There are some stupid people in the world, and it seems that some of them managed to get elected and allegedly represent the public interest on the waste management committee of Metro Vancouver.
Energy is a hot topic these days. We are engaged in an intense global debate about how best to generate the energy we need for our homes and businesses in a way that is both affordable and environmentally safe.
The City of Richmond's first district energy utility is now in service.
Vancouver is developing a new surface water management strategy for the site to minimize impacts of surface water on the bog. The city is working with the Burns Bog Ecological Conservancy Area Scientific Advisory Panel, Metro Vancouver and Delta on the strategy.
This council continues to amaze me in the way they waste our hard-earned tax dollars on junkets to other countries.