Community Open Houses for Northwest Langley Wastewater Treatment Projects

September 11, 2017

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
Fraser River.

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 (search for “Northwest Langley”).

Contact Information
Metro Vancouver Information Centre: 604.432.6200
(Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm) (please include “Northwest Langley” in the subject line)