Community Open Houses for Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Projects
Metro Vancouver residents, businesses and industries produce about one billion litres of wastewater every day. This wastewater is collected through a region-wide network of sewers, which carry it to wastewater treatment plants. Operating our vast sewer system, with expansive infrastructure and a growing population, requires constant upgrades, improvements, repairs and expansion.
Metro Vancouver is undertaking the Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Projects to continue to protect public health and the environment in a growing region. The projects include:
• Golden Ears Pump Station and Storage Tank: a new pump station and sanitary
sewer overflow storage tank on Metro Vancouver-owned property in Maple Ridge.
• Fraser River Crossing: two new pipes under the Fraser River to carry wastewater
from the new pump station in Maple Ridge to the treatment plant in the
Township of Langley.
• Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion: Expansion of the
existing wastewater treatment plant in the Township of Langley.
• Outfall Pipe: a new outfall pipe to carry treated water from the plant to the
Please join Metro Vancouver at an open house to:
- Learn about the wastewater treatment projects
- Share your interests and concerns with the project team
Tuesday, September 26
5 - 8 pm
Hammond Elementary School
11520 - 203rd Street, Maple Ridge
Wednesday, September 27
5 - 8 pm
Gordon Greenwood Elementary School
9175 206th Street, Langley
For more information on the projects, visit metrovancouver.org (search for “Northwest Langley”).
Metro Vancouver Information Centre: 604.432.6200
(Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm)
email@example.com (please include “Northwest Langley” in the subject line)