Leading-edge Tech Uses Plants to Treat Sechelt Wastewater

A new $25 million wastewater treatment facility located in the District of Sechelt, a small community on B.C.’s mainland coast, is leading Canada in innovative technology borrowed from Europe that utilizes the root bacteria from plants, located in a greenhouse over treatment tanks, to cleanse effluent. Read more. Maple Reinders Group of Companies also received the 2015 CCA Environmental Achievement Award for this project. Watch the video.