New Sapperton Pump Station breaks groundNew Sapperton Pump Station breaks ground<div class="ExternalClassCA895AE9292A42B6BA557553AEB603D2"><p>Work is underway to build a new Sapperton Liquid Waste pump station to serve the region’s growing population.</p><p>The $82-million project will replace the existing pump station, which is the region's largest and is a critical component of the liquid waste system, sending about one-third of the incoming flow to the Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.</p><p>Construction on the 1.9-acre site began last year, and much of the contaminated soil has been removed and the site excavated for the pump station foundations and incoming sewer. The excavation involved working with TransLink and the Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Semiahmoo and Kwantlen First Nations, who monitored the soil removed for archaeological artifacts.</p><p>The new station will be a three-level structure housing pumps, motors, piping, wet wells, and electrical/control equipment and will serve the areas of Burnaby, New Westminster and the Tri-Cities. The site will also feature public washrooms, green space, ecological enhancements and an expansion of the Brunette-Fraser Neglected Greenway.</p><p>In addition to integration of the parks and sewer utility functions, the station will use high-efficiency motors, sustainable construction materials such as high fly ash concrete and regionally sourced materials where possible. Other sustainability features include energy-efficient PowerSmart interior and exterior lighting and the maximized use of natural light and ventilation.</p><p>Construction is expected to be completed by October 2019.<br></p></div>http://heimat-deutschland.info/metroupdate/PublishingImages/issue38-sapperton.jpg2017-12-18T08:00:00ZGP0|#afe17b9f-722f-4cdf-95b6-a4beab8b1484;L0|#0afe17b9f-722f-4cdf-95b6-a4beab8b1484|Issue 38;GTSet|#d14ffe11-45dc-48fb-8684-ff109cf15a74<div class="ExternalClassA69D87C548404E0B8D669098D44BDF3C"><p>​Work is underway to build a new Sapperton Liquid Waste pump station to serve the region’s growing population. <span lang="EN-US">The $82-million project will replace the existing pump station, which </span>is the region's largest and is a critical component of the liquid waste system, sending about one-third of the incoming flow to the Annacis Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.<br></p></div>0

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