March 21, 2005
Infrastructure upgrades approved
The Township of The North Shore will upgrade the Serpent River and Pronto East water supply systems, which will improve the drinking water quality for 82 households.
The Serpent River Water Treatment Plant upgrades include the installation of a chlorine residual analyzer and chart recorder, an autodialer and turbidity monitors.
Upgrades to the Pronto East Water Treatment Works include the construction of a water treatment plant to provide chemically assisted filtration and continuous disinfection, and pumphouse modifications for conversion to a low-lift pumping station.
Additional improvements include the construction of a sewage pumping station, the installation of a Nitrex disposal system, septic tanks and tile field, and the decommissioning of the existing lagoon.
The upgrades are required to bring the municipal water system into compliance with the Ontario Drinking Water Systems Regulation.
— Grant Cameron
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