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Water and Wastewater

Wastewater in Peel

 

Every time you use water it has to go somewhere. When you flush a toilet, take a shower, or do the laundry the wastewater flows into the sanitary sewer system and into one of Peel’s wastewater treatment facilities. All wastewater is treated before it is returned to the environment.

The Region of Peel operates and maintains:

  • The Clarkson and GE Booth Lakeview Wastewater Treatment facilities
  • The Inglewood Communal Wastewater Treatment Station
  • 36 Sewage Pumping Stations throughout Peel Region
  • Two storm water pumping stations
  • The Caledon Groundwater Treatment Plants
  • York/Peel Odour/Corrosion Control Facility
  • 3,5100 kilometres of sanitary sewer main
  • 52,332 manholes
  • sanitary sewer services to the property line for all connected residential and commercial properties within the region of Peel (over 294,000 customer accounts serviced)

Some of the maintenance activities performed by Peel are:

  • locating sewers
  • flushing/cleaning
  • televising laterals and mains
  • sanitary lateral and main repairs
  • manhole maintenance and repairs

Revised: Tuesday July 14 2015

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