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Iqaluit $9.4 million short for waste water treatment plant upgrades – CBC

by ahnationtalk on June 5, 2015472 Views

Jun 05, 2015

Water treatment must be brought up to federal standards by 2018 or city risks massive fines

The City of Iqaluit is flushing out options on how to deal with its wastewater treatment plant, which has has been under scrutiny from the Federal Government for not meeting cleanliness standards.

On Tuesday night, consulting firm Stantec presented a few options to the city on how to upgrade the plant, the least expensive of which would cost $26.5 million dollars to install a secondary treatment system.

“I think we have no choice but to proceed with the secondary wastewater management system,” said Iqaluit Mayor Mary Wilman. “We’ve known this was coming and we realize we need a proper treatment system. We’ve always wanted a proper one.”

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/iqaluit-9-4-million-short-for-waste-water-treatment-plant-upgrades-1.3101661

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