Sooke First to Complete Cutting-Edge Liquid Waste Management Plan

Description:Sooke has exceeded provincial requirements for liquid waste management and created a rainwater management plan that makes protecting water quality a guiding principle in land use decisions. It works on three principles: protect existing water quality, prevent future damage, and remediate areas that may already be damaged. As part of the plan, the District is establishing an extensive water quality monitoring program on the community's 18 watersheds, and the Sooke Harbour and Basin.

Authors: Byrne, Laura

Subjects: Watersheds, Wastewater, Environment and Conservation

Tags:wastewater,sooke,Environment and Conservation,watermark,watersheds

Citation:Watermark Magazine, Winter 2011/12, BCWWA, Vol 20, No 4, Craig Kelman & Associates

Publication Date:Mar 9th, 2013 Upload Date:Mar 10th, 2013

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