Sustainable Plant Reuses Lagoon To Reduce Footprint

Ontario’s Grand Bend treatment facility earns top recognition for sustainability based on environmental, economic and community benefits.
Sustainable Plant Reuses Lagoon To Reduce Footprint
The site includes a chemical storage retaining curb with headworks process piping roughed-in behind. The blue handle valves show where multiple force mains come into the headworks and where the force mains head out to lagoons for flow equalization.

A clean-water plant upgrade in Ontario is setting a new standard for sustainable design and construction. With modularity and a focus on complete sustainability, the Grand Bend Area Wastewater Treatment Facility has earned the Platinum Award — the highest honor — from the...

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