Posts Tagged ‘ Ashbridges Bay Sewage Treatment Plant ’

Chairperson’s Report Winter 2012

Oct 13th, 2014 | By

By Hans Looije In my second year as chair of the Beach Triangle Residents Association I thank all the volunteers who served on the board, and Jennifer Hamilton and Tanya Vancea who have left the board. I also thank the Triangle Community Group for the 2011 Funfest and ‘Love Thy Neighbour’ events that they organized.
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Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Neighbourhood Liaison Committee

Oct 13th, 2014 | By

By Edythe Gerrard and Hans Looije The BTRA Board has been in attendance at meetings of the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant. The Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Neighbourhood Liaison Committee and the public meeting was held on October 23rd. The city needs to replace the 60-year-old pumps that pump sewage into the treatment plant, as well
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More Sewage Work

Oct 13th, 2014 | By

By Hans Looije Many of the buildings at the Ashbridges Bay Sewage Treatment Plant have now been made air tight to contain all the smell. The last phase of covering the treatment beds is yet to be finished. If on a warm summer day, you smell foul odor, do not hesitate to call the city
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Incineration Stops At ABTP!

Apr 1st, 2010 | By

In last Spring’s issue of Triangle Topics, Karen Buck — long-time Beaches resident and point-person for Citizens for a Safe Environment (CSE) — provided readers an overview of a long-running community issue: On-site thermal reduction (commonly known as waste incineration) a once-common practice at the Ashbridges Bay Sewage Treatment Plant. (That huge industrial complex on
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No More Breathing Room: Speak Up or Hold Your Breath

Apr 15th, 2009 | By

By Karen Buck, Citizens for a Safe Environment (At the request of David Windrim, the BTRA Board invited Karen Buck to submit this article for the Spring 2009 Triangle Topics newsletter.) In 2004, 250 local residents filled the auditorium at the Fire Academy for presentation of the conclusions of the Biosolids Master Plan. The six
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