Greenway Wastewater Treatment Plant Climate Change Resiliency environmental assessment

Project Start/End Dates
Thu, Apr 1 2021 - Fri, Apr 29 2022

Background

The City of London is undertaking a Class Environmental Assessment to address climate change resiliency improvements for the Greenway Wastewater Treatment Plant.  The City of London secured funding through the Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund for this project, as well as for climate change resiliency improvements at the Adelaide Wastewater Treatment Plant.

This project will identify the preferred flood protection measures for the Greenway Wastewater Treatment Plant to improve asset resilience, enhance treatment capabilities and enhance the safety of plant staff during extreme wet weather events.  Potential improvement works include a flood barrier, an effluent pumping station and other upgrades to protect these critical infrastructure assets and reduce environmental impacts of flooding events.

Current Status

The first virtual PIC was held Thursday, October 7, 2021. The presentation and video are available on the Get involved page. The second PIC is planned for early 2022.

Please feel free to register as a stakeholder for the project by contacting the City’s project manager, Marcy McKillop, P.Eng., at mmckillop@london.ca

Study Area

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View of exterior of Greenway Wastewater Treatment Plant

The study area for this project will consist of the Greenway Wastewater Treatment Plant site, as well as the surrounding area including the Thames River both upstream and downstream of the plant.

Contact Us

If you require documents in an alternate format or have questions about this project, please contact Marcy McKillop, P.Eng. at mmckillop@london.ca or by phone at 519-661-2489 x 4976

This study is being undertaken in accordance with the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment process (MEA, 2000 as amended in 2007, 2011, and 2015). 

Please note that comments received will be maintained for reference throughout the project and will become part of the public record. Under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Environmental Assessment Act, any personal information such as name, address, and telephone number included in a submission will become part of the public record unless the comments specifically requests that such personal details not be included in the public record.

 

Last modified:Wednesday, October 13, 2021