The Region of Peel is undertaking a Schedule B Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) study to review existing sanitary sewer infrastructure and evaluate options to divert flow from the Beach Street Sewage Pumping Station (SPS) to the new Beechwood SPS. The map shows the area that may be directly impacted by the proposed construction.
The Study Process includes:
• Public and stakeholder consultation;
• An evaluation of alternative solutions to divert flow to the new pumping station;
• An assessment of proposed alternatives and identification of preferred alternative; and,
• Identification of measures to avoid or lessen adverse impacts to the community.
Virtual Engagement Opportunity
A virtual Engagement Opportunity (VEO) is being held to allow interested members of the public an opportunity to review and comment on the alternatives developed, the evaluation process followed, the preferred alternative and next steps in the Study process.
VEO materials will be made available to the public on peelregion.ca/public-works/environmental-assessments starting April 17, 2023.
Please submit any comments or concerns by May 19, 2023. Any input received by that date will be incorporated into the Project File Report, which will be available for public review when the study is completed.
To provide comments or request additional information about this project, please contact:
Jason Ahlberg, P.Eng. Project Manager
WSP Canada Inc. 289-982-4391 Jason.Ahlberg@wsp.com
Troy Leyburne, BSc. (Env.)
Project Manager, Wastewater
Engineering Services, Public Works
905-791-7800 ext. 4781
Beach Street Sewage Pumping Station Diversion Study Area
This Notice was first issued on April 17, 2023