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Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Projects

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Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment ProjectsNorthwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Projects<div class="ExternalClass293134900EB648D3B28F14ACB172D0CB"><p>Metro Vancouver is undertaking the Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Projects to continue to protect public health and the environment in a growing region.</p><p>The improvements are being done to:<br></p><ul><li>Meet the needs of our growing population</li><li>Help prevent untreated wastewater back-ups and overflows</li><li>Strengthen the plant to ensure it will continue to operate in the event of an earthquake</li><li>Adapt to sea level rise from climate change</li><li>Reduce treatment plant water and energy use</li><li>Treat wastewater beyond the levels set by provincial and federal regulations using tertiary treatment methods</li></ul> ​ <h3>A​bout the projects<br></h3><p>The Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant, which currently serves 30,000 people, is being expanded to serve over 280,000 people, including residences and businesses in the Township of Langley, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows and North Surrey. The plant expansion is one of several projects taking place to improve the sustainability and resilience of wastewater treatment in the region.</p><p>Untreated wastewater from Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows currently flows to the Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant. To divert the flows to the Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant, a new pump station is being built north of the Fraser River in Maple Ridge. Two new sewer pipes are being constructed under the Fraser River to connect the pump station in Maple Ridge to the upgraded treatment plant in Langley. A new storage tank, located with the pump station, will temporarily store wastewater to significantly reduce overflows during storms.​​​<br></p></div>Langley, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows

 

 

Pump Station and Storage Tankhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/liquid-waste/pump-station-and-storage-tank, Pump Station and Storage TankPump Station and Storage Tank
Fraser River Crossinghttps://metrovancouver.org/services/liquid-waste/fraser-river-crossing, Fraser River CrossingFraser River Crossing
Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansionhttps://metrovancouver.org/services/liquid-waste/northwest-langley-wastewater-treatment-plant-expansion, Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant ExpansionNorthwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion
Outfall Pipehttps://metrovancouver.org/services/liquid-waste/outfall-pipe, Outfall PipeOutfall Pipe

 

 

 

 

Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant Program Overview Maphttps://metrovancouver.org/services/liquid-waste/ConstructionImages/_t/NWLWT-project-overview-map_jpg.jpgNorthwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant Program Overview Map

 

 

EngagementEngagement<div class="ExternalClass91C6C5B724C64180B62B5BA8404738BB"><p>Metro Vancouver is committed to minimizing the impacts of the Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Projects on local communities. We will continue to work closely with local communities, First Nations, government partners, and key stakeholders to hear and address concerns.</p><h4>Open Houses<br></h4><ul class="fa-ul"><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/Documents/nwl-wwtp-fraser-river-crossing-public-comment-period-display-panels.pdf" target="_blank">January 2021: Public Comment Period Panels</a></li><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <strong> </strong> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/Documents/nwl-wwtp-projects-eedback-summary.pdf" target="_blank">January 2021: Public Comment Period Feedback Highlights</a></li><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <strong> </strong> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/Documents/nwl-wwtp-fraser-river-crossing-open-house-panels.pdf" target="_blank">September 2021: Project Open House Panels</a></li><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <strong> </strong> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/Documents/nwl-wwtp-fraser-river-crossing-open-house-feedback-highlights.pdf" target="_blank">September 2021: Project Open House Feedback Highlights</a></li><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <strong> </strong> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/Documents/nwl-wwtp-pump-station-storage-tank-open-house-displays-panels-2019-06-04.pdf" target="_blank">June 2019: Maple Ridge Display Panels</a></li><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <strong> </strong> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/Documents/nwl-wwtp-open-house-meeting-display-panels-2018-02-21.pdf" target="_blank">February 2018: Barnston Island Display Panels</a></li><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span> <a href="/services/liquid-waste/Documents/nwl-wwtp-open-houses-display-panels-2017-09.pdf" target="_blank">​September 2017: Maple Ridge and Township of Langley Display Panels</a></li></ul>​ <p>We recognize that this project may impact your business or residence. A Community Liaison has been assigned to this project and is available to listen to concerns, answer questions, and minimize disruptions.</p><p>You can contact a Community Liaison using the information in the “Contact Us” box. Please include “Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant Projects” in the subject line of your email.</p><p>Thank you for your patience as we complete this essential infrastructure project in your community.</p>​<br></div>
Project MaterialsProject Materials<div class="ExternalClassB8B813984D68437894F24C629DCA2C40"><h3>Newsle​​tters</h3><ul class="fa-ul"><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span><a href="/services/liquid-waste/ConstructionDocuments/nwlwwtp-newsletter-project-updates-2023-12.pdf">2023 - December - Projec​t Update​</a><br></li></ul><h3>Reports​​<br></h3><ul class="fa-ul"><li> <span class="fa-li"><i class="fa-light fa-file"></i></span><a href="/services/liquid-waste/Documents/lg-wwtp-indicative-design-summary-report-2018-10.pdf" target="_blank">2018 - October - Indicative Design Summary Rep​ort</a>​</li></ul></div>

 

 

Early 2020 – Late 2023Early 2020 – Late 2023<div class="ExternalClass03DC85D4A8E74DCC99FACD5C16B23937"><p>Pump Station and Storage Tank​<br></p></div>0
Mid 2021 – Early 2024Mid 2021 – Early 2024<div class="ExternalClassA7B88CB69522416DA6780FC9D81AF1FB"><p>Fraser River Crossing ​<br></p></div>1
2018 – 20302018 – 2030<div class="ExternalClass7EC77CED8FF04FCC840A918907DD6871"><p>Wastewater Treatment Expansion</p>​<br></div>1
2026 -20292026 -2029<div class="ExternalClassCEC7FAF239164A569E8D561694873A6B"><p>Outfall Pipe​<br></p></div>0

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