Six Nations moving to second phase in waste water upgrades

Six Nations is moving into phase two in its wastewater facilities upgrade. Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) approved payment of a little over $382,000 for the project at its Finance Committee meeting on November 7. The project will replace a pressurized sewage pipe with a larger, 932-metre pipe through horizontal drilling that will connect the lift station to three lagoons. Replacing this pipe, which runs from Fourth Line to the lagoons behind the public works building will speed up sewage treatment. The Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s description says it “will support better health and safety and environmental protection by reducing the need for frequent discharges of partially treated sewage effluent into McKenzie Creek. The new pipe will also decrease reliance on two older cell lagoons that will now be…

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