Maple Reinders was awarded the contract to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Capital Regional District (CRD) Residuals Treatment Facility located at the Hartland Landfill as part of the Hartland Resource Management Group (HRMG), a special purpose company of which Maple Reinders PPP Ltd. is a partner. The project will be delivered under a DBFOM model, with a 20-year operate and maintain period.
The CRD Residuals Treatment Facility will treat residual solids from the McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant and turn them into Class A biosolids, a high-quality by-product suitable for beneficial reuse, including as a source of renewable energy. The process will use proven anaerobic digestion followed by thickening, dewatering and a drying process, utilizing a fluid bed dryer, an advanced system common in Europe. Once complete, this facility will house the first fluid bed dryer of this type in Canada, and the second in North America.
This facility marks the fourth Canadian environmental project which Maple Reinders will deliver under the Public Private Partnership format, a first amongst its fellow Canadian contractors.
Since Lorne Park WTP was first built, Peel Region’s population has grown from 352,703 to 1,159,400; with a projected population for 2031 at 1,571,000. To ensure adequate supply of safe drinking water for Peel’s residents and businesses, Lorne Park WTP underwent a further expansion.
Maple Reinders was awarded the Design-Build Construction Management contract for the High Solids Anaerobic Digestion Facility, which was integrated into the operation of the existing Integrated Processing and Transfer Facility and Edmonton Composting Facility at the Edmonton Waste Management Centre.
The first P3 project for municipal wastewater treatment in Canada, the Lac La Biche project involved the design, build (including procurement) and operation of a new 4,500m³/day Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) wastewater treatment facility, in addition to a new lift station and forcemain the County of Lac la Biche in northern Alberta.
The Port Granby WWTP, part of the larger Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI) group of projects, is the only plant of its kind in Canada, providing a safe and long-term management solution for historic low-level radioactive waste and marginally contaminated soil in the Municipalities of Port Hope and Clarington.
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