Niagara Region has started a study to look at options for improving the Bender Hill Sewage Pumping Station at 5615 River Rd. in Niagara Falls.
The station opened in 1962 and has serviced Niagara Falls during a variety of upgrades and maintenance over the years. Reviews of the site show that work must be done at the site to improve safety and repair old infrastructure.
This area is expected to grow with future development and the site will also need to increase its ability to keep up with the demand of pumping wastewater from the area.
With this in mind, we're starting a Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Schedule ‘B’ Study to assess the site and find the preferred solutions to meet these needs. Once a preferred solution is identified, construction and renovation of the site will be undertaken to complete the rehabilitation.
april 2018 - Completed
Notice of study commencement
September 24, 2019
Public information centre #1
Notice of study completion and conceptual design of preferred solution
Lisa Vespi, P.Eng., PMP
Senior Project Manager
905-980-6000 ext. 3640
Email Lisa Vespi
David Watt, O.L.S., C.E.T.
GM BluePlan Engineering Limited
Tuesday, Sept. 24
5 - 8 p.m.
Niagara Falls City Hall, 4310 Queen St.
Committee Rooms 2A-2B