ERTH Wins Norfolk Billing Contract

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We are thrilled to announce that ERTH was the successful bidder for Norfolk County’s Water & Waste Water Billing and Collection Services. ERTH will be providing water/wastewater billing and collections services on behalf of opens in a new windowNorfolk County starting February 1, 2017 under the opens in a new windowERTH Solutions brand. Read More »

The Power of Golf Fore Charity Tournament Raises $20,000 for United Way Oxford

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On Wednesday, September 21, 2016, ERTH Corporation hosted the EDA Western District’s fourth annual “Power of Golf Fore Charity” golf tournament at Craigowan Golf Club in Woodstock, Ontario. Not only did the last day of summer 2016 fall on a beautiful day for golf, the tournament was a huge success for a local charity. We are pleased to announce that the tournament raised approximately $20,000 for the United Way Oxford.  Read More »

ERTH Awards Presented

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On Thursday, June 23, 2016, ERTH presented its annual ERTH Awards to three very deserving companies: Gaffney Electrical Solutions Ltd., the Township of Norwich, and the Elgin Innovation Centre. The ERTH Awards are handed out each year to individuals or groups within Erie Thames Powerlines’ service territory who are committed to environmental, economic and social sustainability. The awards were presented by ERTH’s Tyler Moore, Executive Vice President & Corporate Secretary, Graig Pettit, Manager of Finance & Regulatory Affairs with Erie Thames Powerlines and Jennifer Start, Conservation Programs Manager with Erie Thames Powerlines. Read More »

Another Successful Charity Golf Tournament for ERTH

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On June 9, 2016, ERTH held its 11th Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the opens in a new windowIngersoll Golf Club. It was a beautiful day in support of a very deserving charity, the opens in a new windowCanadian Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva Network (CFOPN). FOP is a disease that turns muscle tissue into bone; effectively turning people (mostly children) into human statues. To learn more about this ultra-rare disease, visit the CFOPN website at opens in a new windowwww.cfopn.org. Read More »