What is BC Water News?
With six regional editions nationwide offered on a daily and weekly basis, BC Water News is delivered via a free e-mail with links to relevant news stories concerning water-related issues that are published online. We strive to be a leading industry source for water issues regionally and nationwide.
BC Water News does not accept outside advertising, nor does it explicitly promote Brown and Caldwell services in an advertising format.
We are unabashedly optimistic advocates for the water industry and the environment. We also recognize that the water industry faces many challenges and that the potential for conflict is ever-present; as such, we take no position on the issues of the day.
We do not make the news, we merely provide as much information as we can to keep our readers informed and up to date. We are sensitive to the industry's public image, and strive to find sources that offer balanced reporting.
At present, BC Water News has more than 30,000 subscribers.
How do I read it?
BC Water News is delivered daily or weekly to your inbox as a short e-mail with a link to the news page. To read it, simply click on any hyperlink, which should open your web browser and display the news page.
Who can subscribe?
You qualify for a free subscription if you have an interest in water issues and are:
• Director, board member, employee or retiree of a water agency or utility.
• Elected official or staff member of a government agency, municipality or private company involved in water issues.
• Public service or education employee.
• Student or intern.
• Employee of a water industry association or nonprofit group.
• Reporter or media contact.
We retain the absolute right to refuse a subscription to any person, for any reason.
How can I subscribe?
Easy. Just visit our subscription site at bcwaternews.com
How do I unsubscribe?
Well, if you must: To unsubscribe, simply click the "Unsubscribe" link provided in the daily or weekly email.
You said it's free. I see also that there's no advertising. What's the catch?
If there is one, we haven't found it yet!