2019-06-17 Product news
Town of Napawa receives funding for WWTP upgrade
The Town of Neepawa in Manitoba is upgrading its wastewater treatment system with $5.2 million in funding from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM).
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"... The project involves adding a moving bed biofilm reactor to the existing lagoon system. This will combine chemical and organic treatment processes to increase the town’s wastewater treatment capacity by 65 per cent and reduce energy consumption by 1,080 gigajoules per year. The new system is also expected to keep approximately 30 per cent more waste from going to the landfill.
This new system will not only accommodate the current and future needs of a population that has been growing steadily over the last decade, but also significantly reduce the community’s carbon footprint. According to FCM, it will be one of the first post-lagoon wastewater treatment systems of its kind in Western Canada and serve as a model for other municipalities looking for innovative ways to repurpose infrastructure and create more efficient eco-friendly wastewater management...
…The Green Municipal Fund is funded by the Government of Canada and delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. …”
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