The Village of Lumby has successfully received funding from both the Federal and Provincial governments to upgrade the existing wastewater treatment plant (lagoons) to a new modernized wastewater treatment plant that will meet the harmonized Federal and Provincial government wastewater treatment regulations.
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Total project funding is $10,880,000 with $7,978,304 coming from Federal and Provincial grants.
|Community||Project Name||Project Details||Federal Funding*||Provincial Funding||Recipient Funding|
|Nak’azdli Whut’en||Wastewater Treatment and Disposal||Upgrade existing wastewater treatment system to improve effluent quality and odour control||$7,498,380||$0||$2,499,461|
|Lumby||Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrades||Rehabilitate the existing wastewater treatment facility to increase treatment capacity and treatment process redundancy||$4,352,000||$3,626,304||$2,901,696|
|Columbia Shuswap||Scotch Creek Water||Build a water treatment plant, install trunk watermain, and upgrade water intake to increase treatment capacity and improve water services||$1,280,000||$1,066,560||$853,440|
|Comox Valley||Denman Island Water Treatment Project||Build a water treatment plant and related infrastructure to improve drinking water services||$798,000||$664,933||$532,067|