Quinte West, Ontario, announced in August that it will invest almost $2.8 million into its water and wastewater infrastructure.

The city will focus on funding of 5 projects:

  • $600,000 for the Trenton Water Treatment Plant backwash;
  • $600,000 for the Parry Drive Watermain looping;
  • $790,000 to the Trenton Wastewater Plant sludge storage;
  • $300,000 towards the Dundas Street Pumping Station;
  • And $500,000 for the sanitary sewer replacement on North Murray Street.

The municipality is expected to receive $1.2 million in funding from the federal government and $600,000 from the province.

To secure the funding, the city must pass a council resolution and complete an application by October 31, 2016.

Condensed from an article on the Quinte News website.

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