Neskantaga First Nation
Water Treatability Study
JRCC conducted a Water Treatability Study to address high trihalomethanes (THMs) and colour after slow sand filtering.
Works included onsite and laboratory testing of the raw water supply and a review of the media in the existing slow sand filter. The existing slow sand filtration was reviewed and pilot testing using ozone as an enhancement to the slow sand process was completed.
The overall study included the evaluation of ozone, chloramines and chlorine dioxide as possible disinfectants, as well as a complete review of treatment processes and long-term plant upgrade requirements.
Site Investigations, Feasibility Study, Pilot Plant Supervision
JRCC Key Personnel
Tim Lasuik, C.E.T., Jeff Dyck, P.Eng., Klayton Kaleta, P.Eng.