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The coastal town of St. Andrews in southwest New Brunswick has upgraded its wastewater treatment plant to meet environmental standards, improve the quality of life for residents, and create capacity for growth.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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The rapidly growing City of Cranbrook has upgraded its wastewater systems to improve effluent quality, reduce operating costs, cut GHG emissions and allow for population growth over the next 20 years.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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To cut pollution threatening fish and groundwater, the Municipality of the District of Argyle updated sewage-treatment facilities in the seaside village of West Pubnico with screens and ultraviolet light that disinfects effluent before releasing it into Lobster Bay.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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To find further ways to conserve its finite groundwater resources, the City of Guelph studied a residential greywater reuse system that flushes residential toilets with water from showers and baths.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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Learn about Cranbrook, BC's award-winning project to reclaim wastewater for irrigation.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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The City of Cold Lake studied the feasibility of different wastewater treatment systems to improve effluent quality.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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To increase the efficiency of its water treatment process and reduce the use of chemicals, the City of Thunder Bay studied different methods for cleaning filtration membranes at its Bare Point Drinking Water Treatment Plant.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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Upgrades to the St. Andrews wastewater treatment plant support a healthier watershed and help renew coastal economic activity. Learn more in this case study.
  • Sustainability
  • Water
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