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"It only takes one litre of fuel to contaminate one million litres of water."
That simple environmental fact, along with some entrepreneurial spirit and a sound engineering background, was all Neil Foulds needed to inspire him to start his own family business with his two sons.
Together they formed Warden Systems Ltd. and moved to North Battleford, Sask. Using start-up funding from the community bonds program, they began designing electronic monitoring and control systems for fuel storage tanks. Their main commercial product, the "Checkmate System", prevents spillage during fuel tank filling and therefore reduces the risk of ground water contamination. With the …