The goal is an AI system to continuously monitor water flowing through a microscope for a wide range of contaminants and microorganisms.
The City began implementing corrosion control in 2014, which involves adding phosphate to the drinking water system at the water treatment plants.
A combined federal and territorial announcement has confirmed $15 million in joint funding to construct a new pumphouse.
The $6.4M project involved building a new water treatment facility complete with a larger reservoir and membrane-filtration equipment, doubling the plant’s treatment capacity.
Nanaimo’s annual water main flushing program in May came in significantly under budget.
Water and wastewater treatment supplier develops next-gen approach to measurement and management of chlorine and other critical parameters.