XCG Consultants Ltd., in conjunction with another consulting firm, completed the Class Environmental Assessment (EA) and Conceptual Design Study for the Phase 3 Upgrade and Expansion to the Baker Road Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) for the Region of Niagara. The study was initiated following the completion of the Region of Niagara Master Servicing Plan that recommended an upgrade to the facility to provide wastewater treatment capacities for further growth within the Town of Grimsby, Town of Lincoln, and the Township of West Lincoln.
The Ravensview Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) currently provides enhanced primary treatment for wastewater from the central and western portion of the City of Kingston.
The City of Cambridge initiated the Cambridge Infiltration and Inflow (I/I) Study to develop a cost effective system remediation plan that, when implemented, would result in reduced wastewater flows requiring treatment at the Region of Waterloo’s treatment facilities.
XCG, in conjunction with another consulting firm, completed the Process Design as a part of the Phase II Expansion of the Port Darlington Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) in Clarington for the Region of Durham. The Port Darlington WPCP is a 13,638 m3/d treatment facility that provides secondary treatment for wastewater generated in the Bowmanville Urban Area.
The Kemptville Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) is a conventional activated sludge (CAS) wastewater treatment plant servicing the Municipality of North Grenville and provides tertiary level treatment for sanitary wastewater. The plant optimization and expansion project was proposed to satisfy the expectant needs and developmental pressures of the growing community based on findings reported in the North Grenville Water and Wastewater Servicing Master Plan. As the project team lead, XCG Consultants Ltd. completed a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) for the expansion and optimization of the Kemptville WPCP.
The City of Hamilton required a review and upgrade of the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system for all of their water and wastewater treatment plants and outstations. The City wanted a system that was consistent for all facilities and that also met the requirements for each. XCG Consultants were part of a team for this project, together with Eramosa Engineering, Poisson Engineering and Weston Engineering.
The Mountview and Golden Pheasant Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) provide wastewater treatment for the Town of Huntsville in the District Municipality of Muskoka. The Mountview WWTP is a conventional activated sludge (CAS) plant with a Certificate of Approval (CofA) rated capacity of 3,640 m3/d; and the Golden Pheasant WWTP is a tertiary treatment facility with a CofA rated capacity of 4,456 m3/d.
The Town of New Tecumseth owns and operates three wastewater treatment plants (WWTP’s). The WWTP’s include the Tottenham WWTP, servicing the community of Tottenham, the Regional WWTP, servicing a portion of Alliston and the town of Beeton, and the Alliston WWTP, servicing the remainder of Alliston. The Town of New Tecumseth is expecting to experience significant growth. To ensure sufficient wastewater treatment capacity, a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) was completed in 2005 by another consultant. A key recommendation was the decommissioning of the Tottenham WWTP and pumping the effluent to the Regional WWTP. However, significant performance improvements were subsequently achieved at the Tottenham WWTP, and because of the high capital cost of the preferred alternative identified in the 2005, the Town commenced an update of the Class EA including review of the preferred alternative selected in 2005. A key element was an updated assessment of the impacts of various options on surface water quality.
The Port McNicoll WWTP was commissioned as the first full-scale membrane bioreactor in Ontario in 2001. Immediately after commissioning, it became apparent that the plant capacity was limited under peak flow conditions and that the plant as designed could not service the design population. Bypasses of peak wet weather flows in cold weather were necessary to prevent overflows from the bioreactors.
XCG Consultants Ltd. (XCG) was retained by the City of Greater Sudbury to complete a study of the Chelmsford Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) to address various Ministry of the Environment (MOE) Communal Sewage Inspection Report‘s “Action(s) Required”. The study included process capacity evaluations, field peak flow stress testing, and process modelling.