Saint John, N.B.’s largest municipal project will improve water quality for residents

The largest municipal project ever in Saint John, N.B., should please residents, particularly on the city’s east side where drinking water boil orders have come all too often.

The Safe Clean Drinking Water Project (SCDWP) Loch Lomond Drinking Water Treatment Facility is a $228-million project comprised of a new water treatment plant with a capacity to treat 75 million litres of water a day, a 33-million-litre clean water storage facility and other water transmission system improvements, says Dean Price, project manager for the City of Saint John.

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