Devron Sales Ltd is actively involved in supporting the local associations. We are in continuous contact with our suppliers to ensure we are bringing you updated information and products.

Heavy Construction Association of Niagara


The Heavy Construction Association of the Region of Niagara is dedicated in developing public awareness in order to increase and accelerate municipal infrastructure investment and ultimately build better quality communities for ourselves and future generations.Through governance from the Board of Directors the Association’s mandate is to enhance productivity, expand member business opportunities, promote the Heavy Construction Industry as well as protect the safety and rights of its members.

International Erosion Control Association


The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is the world’s oldest and largest association devoted to helping members solve the problems caused by erosion and its byproduct-sediment.

IECA connects you to 2,500 members who specialize in stormwater management and natural resource protection.

Niagara Construction Association


The Niagara Construction Association (NCA) is a non-profit organization established to represent the interests of the commercial and industrial construction industry. Members are General and Trade Contractors, Manufacturers, Suppliers, Architects, Engineers and other professionals affiliated with the industry.

Land Improvement Contrators of Ontario


LICO is an association of professional contractors, suppliers of drainage pipe and equipment, engineers and municipal drainage superintendents principally concerned with agriculture and the land drainage industry of Ontario, Canada.

Landscape Ontario

Landscape Ontario –

Landscape Ontario is the province’s premier horticultural trades association. Their mission is to be the leader in representing, promoting and fostering a favourable climate for the advancement of the horticulture industry in Ontario.

Drainage Superintendants Association of Ontario


The Drainage Superintendents Association of Ontario (DSAO) is an organization dedicated to advancing and improving the knowledge of drainage through the exchange of ideas and information. It exists to unite the Drainage Superintendents and Drainage Support Staff through an association for the promotion of better maintenance, repair and improvement of drainage works in Ontario. If you have any additional questions about them, feel free to follow the link below.

Ontario Good Roads Association

Ontario Good roads association –

OGRA began offering training in 1901. To this day they continue to offer a broad range of workshops and training services. In addition to the successful Municipal Infrastructure Training Program, T.J. Mahony and C.S. Anderson Road Schools and Water and Wastewater Operators Training, our core range of courses includes heavy equipment operator training, trenchless technology, leadership, supervision and contract administration

Association of Ontario Road Supervisors

Association of Ontario Road Supervisors –

The Association of Ontario Road Supervisors (AORS) is a Provincial professional association of individuals dedicated to providing high quality public services through certification, educational programs and interaction amongst its members. AORS partners with several companies, associations and educational institutions (e.g. colleges) to design and deliver training for individual or groups of employees.

Hamilton and District Heavy Construction

Hamilton and District Heavy Construction (Hand) Association –

The Association of Ontario Road Supervisors (AORS) is a Provincial professional association of individuals dedicated to providing high quality public services through certification, educational programs and interaction amongst its members. AORS partners with several companies, associations and educational institutions (e.g. colleges) to design and deliver training for individual or groups of employees.

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority –

The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) was established on April 30, 1959 under the Conservation Authorities Act, and serves approximately half a million people in an area known as the Niagara Peninsula Watershed which encompasses all of the Niagara Region and portions of the City of Hamilton and Haldimand County. At its advent, the driving force behind the Conservation Authority movement was its grassroots land stewardship and water protection programs. Today, this vital commitment continues as we strive to manage the impact of human activities, urban growth and rural activities on the watershed.

Long Point Conservation Authority

Long Point Region Conservation Authority –

Long Point Region Conservation Authority owns more than 10,930 acres (4,425 ha) of conservation lands, including 5 parks that attract thousands of visitors each year, trails, a National Historic Site, more than 650 campsites and places to enjoy nature or have a picnic.   In addition to these parks, LPRCA offers other conservation lands with limited facilities, but with unlimited opportunities for nature enjoyment.

Ministry of Natural Resources

Ministry of Natural Resources –

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry protects Ontario’s biodiversity while promoting economic opportunities in the resource sector and supporting outdoor recreation opportunities.

Halton Conservation Authority

Halton Conservation Authority –

Your neighbourhood conservation authority, Conservation Halton, works to protect, restore and manage natural resources in your watershed from lake to escarpment. Our vision is to sustain a healthy watershed with clean streams, vigorous forests, abundant green space and balanced growth that results in strong livable communities.

Hamilton Conservation Association

Hamilton Conservation Association –

The Hamilton Conservation Authority is pleased to present Adventures in Education outdoor environmental education programs. This series of field trip opportunities is available for both elementary and secondary school students. The focus of all Adventures in Education field trips is to provide students with hands-on outdoor environmental education experiences that meet overall student learning expectations as found in the Ministry of Education modules.

American Water Works Association

American Water works Association –

Established in 1881, the American Water Works Association is the largest nonprofit, scientific and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water, the world’s most important resource. With approximately 50,000 members, AWWA provides solutions to improve public health, protect the environment, strengthen the economy and enhance our quality of life.

Ontario Water Works Association

Ontario waterworks association –

The Ontario Water Works Association – A Section of AWWA (OWWA) is a leader in the delivery of safe drinking water. OWWA, with the support of its parent organization, the American Water Works Association (AWWA), is at the forefront of research, technology and policy development with respect to safe, sufficient, sustainable drinking water.

Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute


The Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute (CSPI) is the Association of Canadian corrugated steel pipe (CSP) manufacturers. We are an impartial organization that works with our member manufacturers, plus engineers and municipalities around the world, to gather data and information to make CSPI the essential information resource for water and soil management in Canada.

Plastic Pipe Institute

Plastic Pipe Institute –

PPI serves as a channel for information sharing, issues resolution, idea exploration and successful implementation guidance. The association is dedicated to advocacy and outreach efforts in support of these goals, and strives to expand the scope of overall education by broadcasting the many benefits and features of polyethylene pipe. The association is comprised of approximately 300 members and associates.