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Cleaning up Canada’s game: how one technology could change the way we take to the ice Even the local hockey rink can't escape the climate-change economy VANCOUVER—For ice rink workers, filling up a Zamboni with anything but piping hot water is basically an act of sacrilege—just ask...

Explore Canadian Ice Rink Sustainability Efforts   On April 1, 2016, Just Energy highlighted REALice in its article, "Explore Canadian Ice Rink Sustainability Efforts." The article discusses REALice technology and explains how it has become an innovative and green solution to maintaining manmade ice in Canada's 8,000...

Real Ice Canada was featured by @Saanich News at the end of March by Travis Paterson, Reporter at Saanich News.   Pearkes Arena reducing carbon footprint   The era of flooding ice rinks with hot water is coming to an end. Pearkes arena is one of about 12 artificial indoor rinks...

Real Ice Canada was featured by @MacleansMag in a February piece by senior correspondent, Jonathon Gatehouse. "How Hockey Can Change its Energy-Hogging, Carbon Spewing Ways."  Click here to read the full article:  http://www.macleans.ca/society/technology/how-hockey-can-change-its-energy-hogging-carbon-spewing-ways/       ...

‘We’re quite excited,’ facilities manager says of ‘carbon-neutral’ ideas for Brennan Park in Squamish, BC Three Brennan Park Recreation Centre projects proposed for the 2016 budget could help the district reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by almost 30 tonnes per year. All three projects relate to upgrading...

Braemar Arena in Edina, Minn., under the direction of Susie Miller, has become the first rink in Minnesota to install the new water treatment system REALice. Braemar installed the REALice system in September of 2014. Benefitting from the design of the arena, one system services two...

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