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  • Thursday, February 02, 2023 7:35 PM | TBMOA Manager (Administrator)

    On February 8, 2023, we will be hosted by LPI Mechanical Inc. at their head office to dive into an interactive workshop on Backflow Prevention. The focus will be on the various types of backflow devices, how they operate, and why they are needed in your buildings.

    The discussion will be led by Chad Plourde; LPI’s lead backflow certified technician and licensed plumber. Chad has been testing backflow devices and performing cross connection survey’s for more than a decade and has been an integral part of the LPI team as the municipal bylaws have expanded across the GTA.

    Joining him is Luis Cervantes. Luis is also certified in backflow prevention testing and a licensed plumber. He brings with him years of experience and specializes in backflow preventor installations and repairs.

    Chad and Luis will also discuss Cross-Connection surveys and their importance. You will also learn LPI’s process in providing engineered drawings for new installations and the permit process in coordinating inspections and how reports are submitted to the city.

    TBMOA members will be allowed to tour LPI's new facility and get behind the scene look including a fully equipped gym, basketball court, rec room, full-size kitchen, health & safety room, the “Lions Den”, and a 3000sq ft shop.


    5:30pm – Registration
    6pm – Buffet Dinner
    6:30pm – Tour
    7pm - Presentation
    7:45pm – Q&A

    For more information, see here:

  • Wednesday, August 19, 2020 6:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • Wednesday, June 10, 2020 1:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Armstrong is pleased to announce our sponsorship of a Virtual Summit event on the topic of indoor air quality and reducing risk to building operators. The event will include two panel discussions on issues related to healthy indoor environments in Canadian buildings. The content will be of interest to building owners, designers, HVAC engineers and sustainability experts.

    Link to register:

    SESSION 1        1:30 - 2:15 pm on Wednesday, June 10th

    Risk Reduction in the MUSH Sector

    Please join Earnscliffe Principal, Sarah Goldfeder, as she leads a panel of experts from across the municipalities, universities, schools and hospitals (MUSH) sector as well as technology providers to discuss risk reduction within the workplace. The panel will discuss whether or not government should be providing further incentives to upgrade and retrofit buildings to ensure ventilation systems are operating at optimal capacity for clean air circulation to reduce risk.

    SESSION 2        2:30 - 3:15pm on Wednesday, June 10th

    Going Green: How Technology Can Improve Employee Health and Reduce Emissions

    Earnscliffe Principal, Velma McColl, will lead a panel of healthy building advocates as well as technology providers to discuss the importance of retrofitting and greening government facilities for the health of government employees and the public. The panel will look at what hurdles stand in the way of improving the health and sustainability of buildings. Are there technologies available that would meet both the commitment to reduce emissions in the federal built environment, and ensure a safe, healthy workplace?

  • Saturday, February 29, 2020 9:34 PM | TBMOA Manager (Administrator)


    Dr. Dianne Saxe is one of Canada’s most respected environmental lawyers, and was the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario 2015 to 2019. She was appointed unanimously by all MPPs to report to the Legislature on Ontario’s environmental, energy and climate performance, and to be the guardian of the Environmental Bill of Rights.

    Now heading Saxe Facts, a business providing strategic advice and presentations on climate, energy and environment.

    Main Talking Points

    • Climate changes everything
    • Climate law and policy in Ontario
    • Where do we go from here?

  • Friday, January 31, 2020 9:25 PM | TBMOA Manager (Administrator)


    Reversing and eliminating the negative impact of Limescale and Bio-Fouling in water process equipment and piping.


    • Determining the root cause of scale and bio-fouling
    • Evaluating industry treatment methods
    • Rethinking how we implement a solution


    Water treatment for critical heating and cooling systems: Boilers (Hot Water and Steam), Chillers, Humidification. Maintaining peak performance of your heating and cooling systems reducing environmental impact from water treatment


    Since graduating from Wilfrid Laurier University in 1992 Joe Cunningham has been focused primarily in the Industrial Process, Water and Energy Management markets in both Canada and Internationally. His expertise in the field of water treatment and distribution has garnered recognition on the world stage with projects and consultation in the Caribbean, Mexico, Middle East, India and China.

    Joe joined HydroFlow Canada in 2017 in order to provide the Canadian market with an environmentally minded alternative to traditional water treatment processes.

    HydroFlow’s unique solution allows for the effective treatment and elimination of scaling and bio-fouling commonly found in critical water process equipment and piping. Key advantages of the system is the ability be easily sized and installed without need for plumbing, requires little energy and has the flexibility to be installed on pipe sizes ranging from ¼ inch to 96 inches in diameter.

  • Thursday, October 31, 2019 9:21 PM | TBMOA Manager (Administrator)

  • Friday, September 06, 2019 11:28 AM | TBMOA Manager (Administrator)
    Here is the full photo recap (Thanks Gerry) on Google Photos:

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