2022-05-03 Product news
Canada and Saskatchewan invests in 24 infrastructure projects
More than $35.9 million in federal-provincial funding for 24 new infrastructure projects across Saskatchewan announced.
This article is related to Alfa Laval wastewater equipment. Alfa Laval's Separation and Heat Transfer systems are used by municipalities and cities across Canada.
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“…The wastewater treatment system in Melville will be expanded thanks to an investment of over $4.3 million from the Government of Canada and more than $3.6 million from the Government of Saskatchewan through the Green Infrastructure Stream. Once complete, this project will result in increased capacity to treat and manage wastewater.
In Moosomin, the water treatment plant will benefit from over $5.4 million in federal funding and more than $4.5 million in provincial funding, resulting in increased access to potable water for the community.
The Rouleau Flats flood protection project in Avonlea will greatly reduce landscape flooding and the associated soil erosion, and will help prevent crop loss due to flooding. This project will help rehabilitate ditches and increase culvert capacity, which are important measures in adapting to climate change. The project is eligible for over $2.3 million in federal funding and more than $1.9 million in provincial finding. Funding is conditional on fulfilling all requirements related to consultation with Indigenous groups....”
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