Burloak Water Purification Plant Phase 2 Environmental Assessment

Study Area Map for Burloak Water Purification Plant Phase 2 Class EA Study

Status

Complete

Consultant

AECOM

Study Level

Schedule C

Purpose

To increase the water treatment capacity of the Burloak Water Purification Plant (WPP) - to meet future demands. (Increase capacity from 55,000 m3/day to 165,000 m3/day.)

Scope

To identify the preferred solution for increasing the capacity of the plant the Class EA study will:

  • Evaluate alternative design concepts for the expansion.
  • Assess the impacts of the proposed work.
  • Identify measures to mitigate potential impacts.
  • Consider all technical, socio-cultural, environmental and economic issues.
  • Consult with the public and agencies.

Public Consultation

Public consultation is an important part of the environmental assessment study process. Two Public Information Centres (PICs) will be held during the course of this particular study.

Public Information Centre #1 

A PIC was held on April 28, 2011, to provide the public with an opportunity to learn more about the project, and provide comments on the proposed treatment technology alternatives and criteria for evaluating the design concepts. View Notice of Public Information Centre #1Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)168KB

The following information was presented at the PIC:

Public Information Centre #2 

A PIC was held on November 30, 2011, to present to the public the results of the evaluation process, the preliminary preferred treatment design concept and the next steps in the study.  The main objective of the PIC was to provide the public with an opportunity to review, ask questions and provide feedback on the information presented. View Notice of Public Information Centre #2 Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)129KB

The following information was presented at the PIC:

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