Welcome to WaterBC.ca

Programs and resources for community water suppliers and water and wastewater contractors in British Columbia and Western Canada.

Please Note: We are working hard on an updated website which is easier to use and provides links to a wider range of resources for waterworks and wastewater Owners and Contractors. It will be online by April. In the meantime, please continue to use this website.

If you have any questions please email us: the link is Contact SIS in the left margin.

Affordable Insurance Protection: Our insurance program is designed for waterworks and wastewater systems and provides protection for Owners and Contractors:  Liability, Directors & Officers, Property, Boiler & Machinery, and Contractors Insurance          More >

Website Builder Service: A great website will help you communicate effectively with customers. Using our website builder service you can easily and affordably build and customize your own website. You need no special programming skills.             More >

Canadian Water Directory: Go to Canadian Water Directory to find the products and services you need to operate, maintain and renew your water system.         More>

Best Management Practices: A Best Management Practice (BMP) will help you to do the things the way they are done in the best performing organizations. These six BMPs will help you to achieve financial sustainability.          More>

WaterBC eNewsletter: Sign up to receive our electronic newsletter: WaterBC News. It provides concise and useful articles for water suppliers and others associated with the water industry in BC. Send us an email with your name and phone number; we will be pleased to add you to the circulation list.         Contact SIS>

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Sustainable Infrastructure Society

WaterBC.ca is a service provided by the Sustainable Infrastructure Society (SIS), a non-profit society which started life on the campus of the University of Victoria. About SIS

Become a Registered User 

To enjoy full access to WaterBC.ca you should first become a Registered User. This makes all our programs and services easier for you to use. Click on this link: About Registered Users
 

If you are new to water supply in BC you may find this page useful: Water Supply in British Columbia.