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Capital Regional District:
Residuals Treatment Facility Project

The Residuals Treatment Facility will be a design, build, partially finance, operate and maintain project with a 20-year term that will accept and treat residual solids from the McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant and other facilities within the Capital Regional District (CRD).

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Capital Regional District:
Residuals Treatment Facility Project

Project Details

Project Description: The Residuals Treatment Facility will be a design, build, partially finance, operate and maintain project with a 20-year term that will accept and treat residual solids from the McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant and other facilities within the Capital Regional District (CRD).

The Residuals Treatment Facility will be located at Hartland Landfill, a 125-acre site located in Saanich that is the regional solid waste disposal facility owned and operated by the CRD.

Project Co will be responsible for the production of “Class A” biosolids which must comply with defined quality parameters.  Project Co will be responsible to temporarily store and load the biosolids; the disposal, or beneficial reuse of biosolids is not part of this Project.  The CRD will undertake a separate planning process to develop an Integrated Resource Management program that will incorporate the treated biosolids.

The Wastewater Treatment Project will cost $765 million and the federal and provincial governments are assisting the Capital Regional District in funding this project.

The Government of Canada is contributing up to $120 million through the Building Canada Fund – Major Infrastructure Component towards the McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant; and up to $50 million through the Green Infrastructure Fund towards the conveyance system project.

The Government of British Columbia will provide up to $248 million towards the three components of the project.

P3 Canada will provide up to $41 million towards the Residuals Treatment Facility through the P3 Canada Fund.

The Capital Regional District is providing $306 million for the three project components and will be responsible for any additional costs.

Client: Capital Regional District
Project Cost:
Partner: Hartland Resource Management General Partnership
Project Status: Construction
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Milestones

Request for Qualifications issued December 2, 2016
Request for Qualifications closed February 9, 2017
Shortlist announced April 5, 2017
Request for Proposals issued April 5, 2017
Contract award February 2018
Construction to begin Spring 2018
Construction completed Anticipated Summer 2020

Project Updates

Procurement Documents

  • Request for Qualifications – Capital Regional District Residuals Treatment Facility Project
    (Issued December 2, 2016)
  • Addendum #001 (Issued December 23, 2016)
  • Addendum #002 (Issued January 13, 2017)

Project Contacts

Keith Sun
Partnerships BC
Email: keith.sun@partnershipsbc.ca

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