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We serve the community by providing high quality drinking water, collecting and treating sewage, managing land drainage and flood control, and collecting and disposing of garbage and recycling. We want to know how projects related to these services affect you.
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We are developing a plan to manage the effects of combined sewer overflows (CSOs) on our rivers in an environmentally sound, sustainable and cost-effective manner.
This program involves installing new sewer pipes in areas of the city with combined sewers to help protect homes from basement flooding…
Garbage and Recycling Master Plan
Winnipeg needs a Garbage and Recycling Master Plan. The environmental, economic and social impacts of garbage affect all of us.
Biosolids Master Plan
We are developing a Biosolids Master Plan (BMP) that will determine how we will manage our biosolids in an environmentally sound, sustainable and cost-effective manner, while meeting Provincial regulations.
Water By-law Review
We have completed a comprehensive review of our existing Water Works By-law and drafted a new Water By-law.
Brady Road Resource Management Facility methane gas project
We have a plan to reduce methane gas from the Brady Road Resource Management Facility (Brady Road Landfill)…
Sewer By-law Review
We have reviewed the existing Sewer By-law and are proposing changes. We have prepared a draft by-law and are now seeking feedback from businesses and the public
We are looking at options for collecting recyclables from your home: continuing with the current program (weekly manual collection with blue boxes)…
Brady Road Resource Management Facility (Brady Road Landfill) Put or Pay Agreements
In October 2009, City Council considered our report recommending that the Solid Waste By-law be amended to allow us to set up legal agreements…
Hauled Wastewater Study
We are conducting a study to determine an approach to accept and treat hauled wastewater for the next 20 years.
Wastewater Improvement Projects (CSIF)
The City of Winnipeg operates three large treatment plants to treat millions of litres of wastewater that is collected through a vast network of sewer pipes.