“Years ago (when I heard this message below), I never could imagine that perhaps this famous quote about seeking new talent could also one day register for the GREENLAND Group – “Do you want to sell sugar water for the rest of your life, or do you want to come…
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/investing/personal-finance/household-finances/article-how-spending-250-could-protect-against-a-43000-flood-in-your/ Great Article in the Globe and Mail on basement flood protection.
Earlier this year a survey was conducted as part of the Collingwood Smart Stormwater Pilot Project – and 100% of those participants who received a SafeSump agree with the statement that it is reducing the chance of basement flooding. Check here to see more results: http://collingwoodpilotproject.com/participant-survey-results/
Mark Palmer, President of our Partner Company Greenland Technologies Group was discussing the Collingwood Smart Stormwater Pilot Project ( http://collingwoodpilotproject.com/ )on CBC’s “This Morning”. https://www.cbc.ca/listen/shows/ontario-morning-from-cbc-radio
Our Partner Company Greenland Engineering & Technologies Group is sponsoring The Canadian Water Summit held at The Blue Mountains Resort/Collingwood at the end of May. Plans are in the works for delegates to tour various parts of the Collingwood Smart Stormwater Pilot.
Very engaging video of an interview given by Mark Palmer, President of our partner company Greenland Technologies Group, at Communitech. http://news.communitech.ca/these-tech-leaders-are-helping-to-drive-the-rise-of-enviro-tech/
The SafeSump, as one of the leading products in the Collingwood Smart Stormwater Pilot Project, was featured in a presentation held by Mark/Eric Palmer of Greenland International and Martin Rydlo of the Town of Collingwood at the National Water and WasteWater Conference held in Montreal this week. .
Now in its 6th year, World Water-Tech North America has gained global recognition as a summit where deals are made and new partnerships are formed between utilities, engineering giants, technology innovators and large-scale investors.
The interesting parts of this article from the Toronto star about recent flooding are these: “There is nothing we can do to prevent this from happening a couple of times a year,” and One of the less costly implementations Drake suggested is a stormwater utility charge, which increases a water…