April 11, 2007 14:01 ET

Corix Contributes $1000.00 to AVICC Conference in Qualicum Beach

QUALICUM BEACH, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - April 11, 2007) - Corix Utilities has contributed $1000.00 towards the 2007 Association of Vancouver Island Coastal Communities (AVICC) conference. This year's event will be held in Qualicum Beach from April 13 - 15.

"This is another example of how Corix is committed to supporting the communities on Vancouver Island that we serve and work in," said Eric Van Roon, Vice President, Business Development for Corix. "In addition to our offices in Langford, Courtenay, Duncan and Victoria, we are also involved in such exciting initiatives as the expansion and operation of the City of Langford's sewer system, the provision of the water treatment plants in Port Hardy and Telegraph Cove, the design and supply of a new water treatment plant for the District of Tofino, and the multi-utility system for the proposed Dockside Green project in Victoria."

"Our approach is to work in partnership with municipalities, provincial institutions, communities, developers, builders and others," added Van Roon. "That way we can guarantee the highest safety standards, best possible service and most cost-effective delivery of water products, services and sustainable energy solutions."

Corix Utilities is part of the Corix Group of Companies, a Vancouver-based company that specializes in providing of infrastructure solutions in the water, wastewater and energy sectors. The business of Corix is to design, supply, build and manage the pipes, valves, fittings and systems that treat and transport water and wastewater. It is also a leader in providing customers with sustainable energy solutions.

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