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Britannia Mine Water Treatment Plant

Clean up the contaminated water flowing from the Britannia Mine site with a new acid rock drainage treatment plant.

Britannia Mine Water Treatment Plant

Project Details

Project Description: Clean up the contaminated water flowing from the Britannia Mine site with a new acid rock drainage treatment plant.

Client: Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management
Capital Cost: $15.5 million
Partner: EPCOR Water Services Inc.
Project Status: Operational
Project Report: Click to access report
Case Study: Click to access case study
High Res Photo: Click to access photo

Project Awards

2007

  • Premier’s Award in Innovation and Excellence – Partnership category

2006

  • CCPPP National Awards for Innovation and Excellence – Gold, Infrastructure category

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

Final Project Agreement: Britannia Mine Water Treatment Plant (April 5, 2005)

Final Project Agreement – Schedules: Britannia Mine Water Treatment Plant (April 5, 2005)

Request for Proposal (RFP) Document (original document issued May 6, 2004)

Addendum #1 – Request for Proposal (RFP) Document

(document consolidated with amendments, updated and re-issued June 11, 2004)

Addendum #2 (issued June 23, 2004)

Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) Document (issued January 21, 2004)

Project Contacts

Project Contact:

Geoff Sinnett, P.Geo.
Sr. Program Geoscientist, Crown Contaminated Sites Program, CLORB
B.C. Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
Phone: (250) 387-8681(250) 387-8681
Email: Geoff.Sinnett@gov.bc.ca

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