The Power Of Wastewater – Video The Power Of Wastewater – Video Lake Louise Inn Is the First Hotel in the World to Install Sharc Energy Piranha System in Commitment to Energy, Waste and Water Consumption Reduction PUTTING WASTEWATER TO WORK: TAPPING THE ENERGY FLOW JUST BENEATH OUR FEET Posted on 05/10/2018 in Media, News, News Releases 3 Comments The Power Of Wastewater – Video Share this article: About Jamie B Related Articles Grant helps SHARC make a splash How one leisure centre’s swimming pool will create heat from wastewater Sharc Energy Adds Scott Dunlop to its Management Team Sharc International Technology Provides Corporate Update on Transition 3 Comments Peter McLaren 2 years ago Reply Lynn Wonderful video to help tell your amazing story. Congratulate your team for a very professional project. Let hope the politicians wake up and make the necessary enquiries. P. McLaren Langley BC Author Jamie B 2 years ago Reply We couldn’t agree more, Peter. Thanks for watching. SUSAN EYRE 4 months ago Reply This is where Sharc steps in! Use all the heat of Vancouver’s sewage to heat the city instead of dump it into the ocean! “Did you know Metro Vancouver’s largest wastewater treatment plant, Iona, discharges undertreated sewage directly into the Salish Sea? Current plans are for the Iona Plant to be upgraded to the minimum standard of secondary treatment by 2030. There is no question that a higher standard, tertiary treatment, should be implemented as soon as possible to protect local waters. Tertiary treatment is the best option for Metro Vancouver communities because it will prevent the largest quantity of harmful toxins like nitrogen, ammonia, metals and microplastics from polluting the Salish Sea. With planning for the upgrade of the Iona Plant underway, there is an exceptionally rare opportunity to incorporate tertiary treatment into the current upgrade. Increasing wastewater treatment at the Iona Plant to tertiary now will be a significant step towards tackling the issue of pollution in the Salish Sea, and support the health of its inhabitants and surrounding communities. Let Metro Vancouver representatives and the provincial and federal ministers of environment know why tertiary treatment at the Iona Wastewater Treatment Plant is a key step towards a healthier Salish Sea.” Leave a reply Click here to cancel the replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.