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December 15, 2020 - The Town of Allan is the first community in Saskatchewan to use REALice at its arena, the Logan Schatz Memorial Arena. The installation, using pressure instead of temperature to treat the floodwater, is unique for a couple of reasons. First, Allan's REALice system is a rental....

Congratulations to the District of Summerland for its efforts to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in municipal operations. Specific actions taken by the District include completing detailed energy audits on all 12 major municipal buildings (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers -Level 2),...

As part of an ongoing effort to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the Town of Banff has installed a REALice water treatment system for ice resurfacing in the Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre. The project, partly funded by the Recreation Energy Conservation program...

Most municipalities are focusing on making their facilities more sustainable – and high on their list are their indoor ice arenas. REALice can make a big difference to an arena’s energy spend in several ways:   Reducing the amount of water being heated at the facility (saving...

Get more insights on the REALice technology in our latest tech brief Here is our latest technical brief on REALice. This paper highlights the effects of Watreco’s vortex process technology on water, discusses air in water in the context of artificial ice-making, touches on the sizes of...

August 16th, 2018, Vancouver, BC -  After using the REALice system for the 2017/2018 season and getting fantastic ice quality ratings by the officials, Rogers Arena, home of the Vancouver Canucks, decided to buy the system and continue to make their ice with REALice. Ice made with REALice has proven to be 46%...

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