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Water and Wastewater

South Peel Facility Expansion Projects

Our Commitment To You

Ground-Breaking Event
Ground-Breaking Event

The Region of Peel...

...will complete the expansion on time and within budget.
To do this we have empowered a team of competent staff from various departments to oversee the design, construction and business management of these expansions. We have hired industry leading consulting engineers and pre-selected contractors to include only those capable of delivering quality workmanship.

...will provide innovative solutions to meet the demands of Peel's future water and wastewater needs.
When constructed, these facilities will have some of the world's most advanced treatment processes, securing the ongoing delivery of quality and environmentally sound water and wastewater service suitably into the future.

...will sustain the economic life-blood of our community.
Through these expansions, Peel is significantly contributing to and supporting the future economic growth and development of our area municipalities.

...will work hard to ensure quality and value flows from your tap, each and every day.
Delivering a quality product and service - at the best value - is something we pride ourselves on. The Region of Peel boasts the lowest water and sewer rates in the GTA and delivers those services through the most advanced treatment technologies in North America.

See the groundbreaking video (2:06):
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On June 29, 2004 the Region of Peel celebrated the construction start of the major expansion of the Lakeview Wastewater Treatment Facility, Clarkson Wastewater Treatment Facility and Lakeview Water Treatment Facility. A long list of dignitaries attended the event to offer their congratulations. Emil Kolb, Regional Chair, thanked all involved for pulling together as a team to turn this challenge into a spectacular engineering solution.

Revised: Thursday July 26 2007

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