New wastewater treatment plant paves way for growth in Ottawa

Ottawa City Council members approved plans to purchase property to construct a wastewater treatment plant. Without the new plant, it could limit Ottawa's potential for growth.

The engineering firm explained well why we need this. Without this expansion, it could limit our potential growth as the city is actively pursuing businesses to come to our industrial park. We couldn't get the larger businesses without it."

Brent Barron, Ottawa City Commissioner

Fehr Graham will design plans for the new wastewater treatment plant, which will add 1 million gallons per day to capacity. The multiyear project is estimated to be complete by 2029.

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Ottawa buys land for new wastewater plant – Shaw Local

The Ottawa City Council approved the purchase Tuesday of 7.91 acres of property for the construction of the new wastewater treatment plant.