Nanoose Sewer Upgrades

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A pumpstation

The Nanoose sewer system delivers residential wastewater from the Fairwinds Development to the Nanoose Bay Pollution Control Centre. The forcemain and pump stations, constructed by the subdivision developer in the late 80’s, have a history of failures and require replacement. This will be done with a phased approach.

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The Nanoose sewer system delivers residential wastewater from the Fairwinds Development to the Nanoose Bay Pollution Control Centre. The forcemain and pump stations, constructed by the subdivision developer in the late 80’s, have a history of failures and require replacement. This will be done with a phased approach.

How you can get involved:

To stay informed of project updates, please:

  • Register using the tabs on the right-hand side of the page. By doing so you will receive occasional emails with project updates.
  • Explore this webpage to find out more.
  • Phase 1 Construction Contract Awarded

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    The construction contract for Nanoose Pumpstation #5 and Forcemain has been awarded to Milestone Equipment Contracting Inc. This pumpstation is located on Dolphin drive, across the road from the Fairwinds marina. Construction is scheduled to start in late April 2022 and be completed in the Fall of 2022.

  • RDN Grant Fund Application Unsuccessful

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    The RDN's grant application was unsuccessful. The project team is currently preparing the construction tender for Phase 1. Construction is scheduled for summer 2022

  • RDN Applied for $2 Million in Grant Funds

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    In fall 2020, the RDN applied to the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program for $2 million in grant funds to complete Phase 1 and replace high priority sections of the interceptor and upgrade select pump stations to meet new Work Safe access regulations and Electrical Codes.

Page last updated: 13 Apr 2022, 11:05 AM