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When Josh Welch from the Township of King in Ontario reached out to us about water quality, we pointed to one of our long-time customers in Castleton, VT. Castleton University's Spartan Arena has been using REALice to build and resurface ice since 2013, with fabulous results...

Okotoks, Alberta (July 09, 2021) - Rinks at the Okotoks Pason arenas and Recreation Centre recently got an upgrade in the form of new cold water flooding systems. The town's climate change and energy specialist Sheri Young says it's actually a pretty cool process. "This used to...

June 7, 2021 – The East Coast Hockey League, a “AA” professional hockey league based in Princeton, NJ, today announced its 2020-21 Best Ice Award has been given to the Rapid City Rush, playing out of The Monument in Rapid City, South Dakota. Nathan Kleinschmit, Ice Specialist for The Monument, received the...

● no brainer ● definition: something such as a decision that is very easy or obvious REALice is a no-brainer when it comes to lowering your arena's energy spent, cut CO2 emissions, and make great ice. Ask our Energy Champions: Read one of the many success stories Join our Facebook Peer Group If you'd...

VANCOUVER, May 4, 2021 — REALice Canada is proud to recognize four individuals for leadership to their arena operations team and stakeholders. All of them use REALice to make great ice AND have found innovative ways to reduce cost at their ice rink. The REALice 2021...

Vancouver, BC April 2021 - The FortisBC point-of-sale rebate of $27,000 will end on December 31, 2021. As part of their COVID19 response to help municipalities reduce cost for their ice arena maintenance and recognizing that REALice is a reliable solution with proven results, FortisBC had increased the...

What impact will the carbon tax have on natural gas prices? Robin Hutcheson, a P. Eng. from Arborus Consulting / CoEnergy Coop in Ottawa, ON has done the math. For many municipalities using natural gas as a fuel source for water heating, the escalating costs -- even...

We are so proud of Cristina Guido from the Town of Caledon who was named Energy Manager of 2019 from the SaveONtarioEnergy folks. Cristina implemented REALice at one arena willing to try our cold water flood technology for resurfacing the ice rink and are now moving...

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