Work on this project involved the construction of a chlorine injection system in two existing bioreactors at the Bonnybrook Waste Water Treatment Plant. The project was challenging in that the work had to be completed within the existing service tunnels of the plant.
However, Maple Reinders was very involved in value engineering work with the City directly which lead to some significant design changes which simplified the system to provide a more robust solution for the City. These design changes included the re-design of the spray hoods and the boom layout within the bioreactors.
The Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site is a major network of locks, bridges and dams that traverses 386km through central Ontario. Water levels and flows throughout the watershed are managed by approximately 160 operable dams and water control structures, many of which are nearing the end of their lifecycle.