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Feds, Saskatchewan invest in drinking water and wastewater upgrades

DCN-JOC News Services
Feds, Saskatchewan invest in drinking water and wastewater upgrades

LOREBURN, SASK. – The governments of both Canada and Saskatchewan have announced a joint investment of $1.7 million to support two water and wastewater projects in the province.

The funding will support upgrades to the Danielson Provincial Park sewage lagoon to ensure it complies with regulatory requirements, including resizing the existing primary and secondary cells, installation of a High-Density Polyethylene liner, and improvements to the transfer structure, dump station, fencing and access.

Narrow Hills Provincial Park is also consolidating its existing systems into a single water treatment and distribution facility to improve efficiency. This will include the construction of a new water treatment plant, potable water treatment equipment and a new backup well.

The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are both investing $365,000 in the Danielson Provincial Park Sewage Lagoon Upgrade project and $493,000 in the Narrow Hills Provincial Park Water System Upgrade project.

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