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Since 2014, the 3,000-seat Agrodome at the Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver, BC has been using the REALice water conditioning system to build and maintain its ice. Spring and summer bring a variety of special events to the venue, but when winter comes, the dry...

Greg Mitchell, Arena Coordinator in Kitimat, BC speaks about their two arenas using the REALice floodwater treatment system. With REALice, the days are gone where the operators would let the hot water in the ice resurfacing machine would sit for too long and the ice quality...

My Lloydminster Now reports on REALice: The City says a new ice-making system at the Russ Robertson Arena will cut the bills and reduce the environmental footprint. The Russ Robertson rink now has a REALice floodwater system which the City says has annual savings of $3,600...

Here is a great article published today by the Toronto Star written about the REALice floodwater technology. The town council in Pincher Creek, Alberta, passed a motion to sign an offer letter for grant funding for a REALice system to lower greenhouse gas emissions at Pincher Creek MCC Arena. “If...

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...

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