* New Waste Water Treatment Plant

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In 2014, the Nanton waste water treatment plant experienced significant operational challenges, forcing the Town to explore the best possible solution; a new waste water treatment plant. Under the direction of Council, the Administrative team and Public Services Committee worked hard to secure funding and support from other levels of government to ensure that this would be a possibility.  Through hard work and collaboration, funding from both the Province of Alberta and the Government of Canada were approved.  
WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT FUNDING SOURCES  
 Alberta Municipal Water & Wastewater Program (Province of Alberta)
 $6,090,396
 Building Canada - Small Communities Fund (Province of Alberta & Government of Canada) 
 $3,500,000
 Municipal Sustainability Initiative (Province of Alberta)
 $1,435,967
 Town of Nanton Reserves
 $840,000
 Total $11,866,363                                                                            

The project went to Tender and Chandos Construction was awarded the contract.  The Town of Nanton and contracted engineer firm, ISL Engineering and Land Services Ltd., worked with Chandos to bring the total cost of construction with the specialized technology from GE Water and Processing Technologies to $11,866,363.  

Construction has officially started.  There was a ground-breaking ceremony held on April 18th to kick off this exciting new project. Please follow us, as we bring you weekly updates on one of Nanton's largest construction projects!  For more information, please contact Kevin Miller, CAO, at cao@nanton.ca or 403.646.2029. 

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