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Burloak Water Purification Plant, Regional Municipality of Halton, Oakville, Canada
Regional Municipality of Halton
- Design a new 55 MLD water treatment plant using membrane technology.
- Implement the ozone process for taste and odour control.
- Complete project management and contract administration services for the $75 million project.
We were retained by the Regional Municipality of Halton to provide project management, planning, detailed design and contract administration services for the construction of the new 220 MLD Burloak WPP. The project will be phased over 20 years in 55 MLD increments until the plant has reached its full capacity of 220 ML/d in 2027. The first phase (55 MLD), now complete, is a 6,500 m² facility with a capital cost of over $75 M – a $23 M intake and a $53 M treatment plant. The water treatment process train includes: pre-chlorination for zebra mussel control, raw water pumping, ozone for taste and odour control, membranes for particulate/pathogen removal, ultraviolet disinfection, Biologically Active Carbon (BAC), finished water storage, high lift pumping, chemical storage and metering.
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