We are responsible for many different aspects of water, including delivery, protection and management.
Waterfront Enhancement Strategy
A strategy to ensure there are more opportunities for people to experience our waterfronts.
Biosolids Master Plan Review
Biosolids and residuals are solid or semi-solid material obtained from treated wastewater often used as a fertilizer or soil amendment. We studying the management of biosolids and residuals generated by the Region's water and wastewater treatment plants.
Water and Wastewater Master Servicing Plan
The Region is examining its water and wastewater infrastructure. This study is being conducted to develop a long-term servicing strategy for Niagara Region's water and wastewater systems.
Wainfleet Water and Sewer Project
Municipal water and sewer services do not exist in Wainfleet. Residents rely on well water and septic systems. Regional and Provincial studies identified a significant public health concern and resulted in an Environmental Assessment process to identify possible solutions.
Northeast Area Wastewater Servicing Study
Wastewater capacities in Niagara Falls, St. Catharines/Thorold and Niagara-on-the-Lake are approaching their limits. A study was conducted to evaluate existing infrastructure and address existing and future requirements.
Niagara Falls and Thorold Trunk Watermain Interconnect
Construction of a new watermain to connect the Niagara Falls Water Treatment Plant system with the DeCew Water Treatment Plant system to improve the fire flow capacity and increase the system security.
We are required to prepare a Water Financial Plan to plan for the long-term funding of our drinking water systems. It represents a current snapshot of Niagara's financial position.
This is part of the Municipal Drinking Water Licensing Program.