Construction Milestones | Expansion Features | FAQ
Community Involvement | Photo Gallery | Contact
The Region of Peel is excited to be building one of the most innovative, technically-advanced water and wastewater systems in the world. The expansion and upgrades of the G.E. Booth (Lakeview) Wastewater Treatment Facility, the Lakeview Water Treatment Facility and the Clarkson Wastewater Facility - collectively known as the South Peel Project - represent the largest Peel Region construction project and one of the largest wastewater construction projects in Canada.
Since its conception, the project has advanced in partnership with the local community. Residents and businesses in South Peel have played a strong role in the process, recognizing that they will experience some short-term disruption during construction for the benefit of residents across the Region. In the end, the treatment processes involved with these new facilities will significantly reduce odour and increase water treatment capacity.
Odours from a number of sources in South Mississauga have been a concern for area residents and the Public Works department at the Region of Peel. Actions undertaken by the Region of Peel since 2002 have already led to reduced odour levels in the community. But much more is to be done during this next phase of construction, especially with the installation of new state-of-the-art centrifuge technology at the Lakeview facility.
The Region of Peel and its operator, the Ontario Clean Water Agency value your input and will work hard to address your concerns during this project.