Nak’azdli and Fort St. James Wastewater Treatment Feasibility Study

pdf: Nak’azdli and Fort St. James Wastewater Treatment Feasibility Study An Analysis of Alternative Treatment Options
Resource Description: 

The Nak'azdli First Nation (NFN) and the District Fort St. James (FSJ) currently share the use of a
wastewater treatment facility located on NFN land. It is a series of aerated and non-aerated lagoons that
were initially constructed in 1968 and have been updated over the years to meet discharge effluent
requirements. The lagoons have a long history of odour issues that have had a negative impact on the
surrounding community. The latest lagoon upgrade in 2007 attempted to address these issues but they
remain a pressing concern.
NFN approached the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) Office of Research to conduct a
feasibility study on alternative wastewater treatment technologies that could replace the existing

Found in: 
Lands & Resources, Water Resources

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