Brown and Caldwell publishes BC Water News as a service to the water and wastewater profession.
Our mission is to provide subscribers with easy access and a complete view of water-related news in 6 regional editions.
For more information about Brown and Caldwell, please visit www.brownandcaldwell.com.

  • About Us

    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!

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  • Privacy & Security

    Your privacy is important to us. Brown and Caldwell has created this privacy and security statement to demonstrate our commitment to your privacy and computing safety.

    Collection of IP Addresses
    When visiting any internet site, your unique address, called an "IP address," is recorded. The amount of information about users made available from their IP addresses varies greatly; for instance, depending on how they are connected to the Internet. BC Water News does not release any information about the collection of this address to any third parties. BC Water News archives the logging of IP addresses for security reasons only.

    Your e-mail address
    We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.

    We do not sell our subscription list or make it available to others in any form. We do not make individual e-mail addresses available to others except by express permission. No exceptions.

    Other websites
    BC Water News contains links to other websites. Brown and Caldwell is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites. We do not have any control over other websites; therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide while visiting such sites and such sites are not governed by this privacy statement.

    Viruses
    We take measures to help ensure that our mailings contain no viruses. Due to the rapidly evolving state of virus technology, it is possible that a future virus might evade our anti-virus measures. Subscribers should take due care.

    Copyright Agent
    For notice of claims of copyright or other intellectual property infringement can be reached by contacting us. If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, or your intellectual property rights have been otherwise violated, please provide our Copyright Agent the following information:

    A. an electronic or physical signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the copyright or other intellectual property interest;

    B. a description of the copyrighted work or other intellectual property that you claim has been infringed;

    C. a description of where the material that you claim is infringing is located on our site;

    D. your address, telephone number, and email address;

    E. a statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; AND

    F. a statement by you, made under penalty of perjury, that the above information in your notice is accurate and that you are the copyright or intellectual property owner or authorized to act on the copyright or intellectual property owner's behalf.

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  • Just the FAQ

    Managing your subscription to BC Water News — subscribing, unsubscribing and/or changing your e-mail address — is automated and in your hands.

    Here are some helpful tips:

    I no longer wish to receive BC Water News. What should I do?
    Simply click on the "unsubscribe" link at the bottom of the daily or weekly e-mail you receive. You will be prompted to unsubscribe. If you choose to do so, your account will be removed from our mailing list. Come back soon though! Also, if you no longer have access to your e-mail, don't worry — your subscription will be dropped automatically after a few e-mail bounces.

    I'm going on vacation. Can you suspend my account?
    Sorry, no. It may be easier just to delete the e-mails when you return.

    How can I update my account to reflect my new e-mail address?
    That's easy. Just click the "Manage Subscription" link provided at the bottom of the daily or weekly e-mail and make any changes to your preferences as necessary.

    I want to receive BC Water News at both work and home. How can I do this?
    Simple. Just subscribe again using the e-mail address you want to add.

    I'm not receiving BC Water News any more. What's happening?
    Your subscription may have been placed on hold due to bounced e-mails. Check your Junk mail folder, add us to your Contacts list, or make sure your mail server is not flagging us as spam. You also can resubscribe by signing up at bcwaternews.com.

    If that works, fine. But if you receive a message that you are already subscribed, then chances are that your ISP (Internet Service Provider) or I.T. department is blocking our e-mails as spam. This happens from time to time. You will need to talk with them and have them remedy the situation.

    Other questions, comments, or concerns? Send us an e-mail.

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