In our 50-year history, Maple Reinders has delivered more than 750 water and wastewater treatment facilities for municipalities across Canada. We are turn-key, possessing all the expertise required to design and build these highly complex facilities, including those with a focus on energy recovery.
As a result of our decades of experience in this sector, we have become trusted advisors to municipalities across Canada, providing everything from value engineering and constructibility reviews to equity and financing. They know that with Maple Reinders, they are in good hands.
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Many of the water and wastewater projects we’ve undertaken are retrofits or expansions of existing facilities, so having them remain operational during the new construction period is a critical priority. We perform a thorough examination of the many operational aspects, such as hydraulics, piping, and aerobic and/or anaerobic systems to determine the optimal ways to undertake the construction with minimal or no disruption to ongoing operations, right through to the actual commissioning of the new facility.
We have built more than 750 water and wastewater facilities in our history.
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These projects represent significant investments for municipalities.
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The Mid-Halton WWTP Project was a significant expansion to an existing treatment plant located in the Town of Oakville which services portions of the Town of Oakville, Town of Milton, Halton Hills and City of Burlington.
Maple Reinders was selected to provide the District of Sechelt with an innovative wastewater treatment solution. The team selected the unique Organica FBR™ system, used for the first time in North America on the Sechelt project.