WetlandsPacific Corp. is an innovative, water and onsite wastewater design, construction, management, and service company. As leader in biologically advanced water and wastewater treatment solutions since 1994, we continue to research innovative products and solutions to promote a sustainable environment. We provide ecologically intelligent, environmentally sensitive, consistently proven, economically considerate water and wastewater treatment, dispersal and reclamation solutions, which typically exceed all regulatory standards. We offer a range of onsite wastewater dispersal solutions for single and multi-family dwellings, sub-divisions, commercial, industrial and municipal purposes.
WetlandsPacific is looking for a qualified ROWP Maintenance Provider for full time employment.
Apply by email only with resume and letter of application.
Article "Wetlands could treat septage", by Peter Lake, published in the Gulf Islands Driftwood, May 1, 2013
Article "Reed beds option for water treatment", by Peter Lake, published in the Gulf Islands Driftwood, February 27, 2013
Curt Kerns presented - Organic Soil Enrichment - At the AOWMA annual convention and trade show in Edmonton, A.B., February 23, 2013
Curt Kerns and Rob Arden presented - Organic Soil Enrichment - At the WCOWMA annual convention and trade show in Abbotsford, B.C., February 9, 2013
NEW PRODUCT - Nayadic M6 Evolution, single tank wastewater treatment system
WetlandsPacific Corp. installed a floating constructed wetland for a mushroom farm located on the lower mainland, October 2012
WetlandsPacific Corp. was awarded a contract by the Capital Regional District for the provision of consulting services for a "Feasibility Study and Conceptual Design for a Constructed Wetland to Treat Septage/Sludge Effluent", October 2012
Curt Kerns presented - Constructed Wetlands For Greywater at the RDN's "Green Building Series, Off Grid Energy & Water Systems" seminar in Qualicum Beach, B.C., October 21, 2012
Ducks Unlimited Canada Wetlands Appreciated 1st place award received by Judie Steeves for her article "Treat Water with Wetlands", which is based on Curt Kerns' presentation at the Osoyoos Water Science Forum
Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) now requires rainwater harvesting systems in Electoral Area "A" (view map) on new developments. For further information view the RDN rainwater brochure.
WetlandsPacific Corp selected to design a constructed wetland for treating the City of Terrace's landfill leachate, June 2012
Now Available, Rainwater catchment, design and installation services, June 2012
New Product Available, Nayadic M6 Evolution, A complete treatment system in a single tank, June 2012
CAN/CSA-B66 Standard Complicance Awarded to new Nayadic M6-EV, June 11, 2012
Curt Kerns presented - Organic Material Soil Enrichment: Providing Hydraulic Functionality in Situ for Challenging Sites. Speaker British Columbia Water and Waste Association Annual Conference and Trade Show, Pentiction, BC, March 23, 2012
Curt Kerns presented - The Value and Function of Natural and Constructed Wetlands, Keynote speaker at “The Place Where We Live” Community Based Sustainability Environmental Forum Salmo, BC, March 22, 2012.
WetlandsPacific Corp staff members, Mike Bishop R.O.W.P. and Reece Brown R.O.W.P., P.S.D.S. are now accredited rainwater catchment system professionals by A.R.C.S.A. (American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association), March 19, 2012
Curt Kerns presented - At-Grade Dispersal Systems at the 2012 WCOWMA Annual Trade Show and Convention, Kelowna, B.C., March 3, 2012
WetlandsPacific Corp was nominated for the Business Examiner 2012 Award of Excellence for "Going Green", February 2012
Onsite Wastewater Management an Ecological Imperative, Victoria News, Community Green Scene, February 1, 2012
Treat Water with Water Plus Plants, Kelowna Capital News, September 2011
Curt Kerns Invited to Present at 2011 Osoyoos Water Science Forum - The Value and Function of Natural and Constructed Wetlands (Large file will take a moment to load)
BC Hydro Selects VTF Constructed Wetland Technology, BC Hydro has chosen a Vegetative Tertiary Filter as a part of their Sewage Upgrade Project starting with the Cheakamus power generation plant located near Squamish, B.C.
CAN/CSA-B66 Standard Compliance Awarded to Nayadic treatment plants
First Vancouver Island Company receives IGBC Green Business Certification
Canadian Patent Awarded to the Vegetative Tertiary Filter
Curt Kerns Elected to Western Canada Onsite Wastewater Management Association (WCOWMA) Board as a member at large at the Feb 4. 2011 AGM meeting held Kamloops. The term is for 2 years
Winner of BCWWA Decentralized Wastewater Management Award for Excellence for the VTF
Winner of MISTIC Award for Environmental Technology for the VTF
Crawford Bay School Receives LEED Point for Vegetative Tertiary Filter Treatment System