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Environmental Assessment for Beaverdams Sewage Pumping Station
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About the Project

Niagara Region is undertaking a Schedule B Municipal Class Environmental Assessment to evaluate options for the Beaverdams Sewage Pumping Station.

It's located at 1878 Beaverdams Rd. in Thorold and is within the service area for the Port Dalhousie Wastewater Treatment Plant. This service area was identified in the Region's 2017 Master Servicing Plan as an area that is expected to experience growth over the next 25 years.

The anticipated growth is expected to increase capacity demands creating the need for station upgrades and forcemain replacement. This study is evaluating potential station upgrades and existing forcemain capacity with potential alternative forcemain routes.

Project Timeline

january 2020
Notice of commencement

august 2020
Public information centre #1: present background information, alternatives and evaluation criteria

fall 2020
Prepare project file and notice of study completion

winter 2020
Identify and evaluate alternative solutions

spring 2021
Detailed design

summer 2021


Gino Giancola
Project Manager
905-980-6000 ext. 3735
Email Gino Giancola

Danielle Anders
Project Manager, Gm BluePlan Engineering Ltd.
905-643-6688 ext. 6210

Public Engagement

The Project File Report is available for viewing and comment.

A comment form is available for you below to fill out and return to one of the project contacts by mail or email.

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Beaverdams Road Sewage Pumping Station
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