9
February 2018

Tour of Seymour-Capilano Water Filtration Plant

Organized by the Fraser Valley Branch

Status: Online registration is now closed. For space availability, please contact fv@egbc.ca. Thank you.
Date: Friday, February 9, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM–2:00 PM
Location: Seymour Capilano Water Treatment Plant, 4400 Lilloet Road, North Vancouver, BC
Credit: 2 Informal Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Cost: $20.00 + GST = $21.00
Contact: For more information, please contact fv@egbc.ca.
Note: All participants must wear close toed shoes. Also, please dress appropriately for the weather.
On the day of the tour, please check in at the guard house and park your car. A branch volunteer will meet everyone in the Lobby of the facility.
The Seymour-Capilano plant is Canada's largest water filtration plant and one of the biggest of its kind in North America. It uses the world's largest ultraviolet disinfection facility and showcases a series of innovative features to maximize its energy efficiency. Extensive use has also been made of sustainable and environmental technologies in its design and construction. Please read the full description below for more detials and directions to the facility.

The Seymour Capilano Filtration Plant (SCFP), located in the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve, is the largest drinking water filtration plant in Canada. Operating since 2009, it can treat up to 1.8 billion litres per day. The main drinking water treatment processes are filtration and UV. The building is LEED gold certified and includes EcoSmart Concrete, generates low CO2 emissions and uses less energy and water than conventional buildings.

The tour will be 2 hours long with the first half an hour dedicated to a technical presentation while the rest of the duration will allow the attendees to experience an interactive, very hands-on and informative tour of the plant. View the online brochure of the plant.

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