Cumberland, B.C. to Undertake New Wastewater Lagoon
The Canadian government and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM), will support a new wastewater lagoon in the Village of Cumberland, British Columbia.
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"...More than $5.7 million will be delivered through the Green Municipal Fund for the new wastewater lagoon system…
…The first phase of the project involves adding mechanisms to reduce bypass flow in wet weather and remove more phosphorus and suspended solids from wastewater being released into the environment. The second phase will add a second dissolved air flotation system to increase treatment capacity, and an innovative biochar media reed bed to remove contaminants such as pharmaceuticals…”
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