Flagship Canadian wastewater projects get underway in Victoria

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A series of projects worth Can$765 million are getting underway to deliver a comprehensive set of improvements for wastewater management in the Capital Regional District centred on Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Implementation begins this month with the start of a $385 million project for the construction of the redesigned McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant in Esquimalt, to the west of downtown Victoria. This will provide tertiary treatment for the wastewater from the core of the region. It is being funded by the federal and British Columbia provincial governments and the CRD and includes a pipeline from Ogden Point, in the port area of Victoria, to the plant and a new marine outfall into the Juan de Fuca Strait.

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  • Canada, municipal wastewater