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Laval to build drinking water reservoir at Chomedey

The Quebec government has announced it will provide $2.1 million to the city of Laval to build a drinking water res...

February 5, 2003   Canadian Consulting Engineer

The Quebec government has announced it will provide $2.1 million to the city of Laval to build a drinking water reservoir. The new facilities at the Chomedey plant will help the town to meet the requirements of the province’s new drinking water regulations to eliminate the parasite Giardia.

The city of Laval will inject a similar amount of funds to the project, which will benefit around 160,000 inhabitants.

The provincial financial aid was provided under the Infrastructures-Quebec program, which has a $175 million allotment for new public works.

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