Archived - Connection of the Nobel water distribution system to the Parry Sound water system

Nobel; Parry Sound (ON)

Reasons for a Federal Assessment
Project Description
Final Decision

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Reference Numbers

Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry: 05-01-12244
Industry Canada: COIP 0682a

Environmental Assessment Type

Screening

Responsible or Regulated Authorities

Industry Canada

Reasons for a Federal Assessment

On June 27, 2005, it was determined that an environmental assessment was required in relation to the project because Industry Canada considered providing financial assistance to the proponent.

Project Description (as posted in the Notice of Commencement)

Works consist of the following: Within the Town of Parry Sound:  replacement approximately 1,140 metres of existing watermain with larger diameter watermain along Isabella Street, Church Street, John Street, and Joseph Street;  construction of approximately 625 metres of new watermain along Parry Sound Drive;  replacement of the existing booster pumping station on Church Street with a new slab on grade masonry pump station, which includes the installation of a standby power generator, and connection to the new Church Street and John Street watermain;  construction of a 30 m high 2,272 m3 elevated water storage facility consisting of a steel tank and concrete pedestal, construction of a 230 m long access road, yard piping, connection to the new watermain along Parry Sound Drive, and restoration; Within the Municipality of McDougall:  construction of approximately 3,500 m of transmission water main from the new elevated water storage facility to the Nobel water distribution system;  construction of a rechlorination facility near the new elevated storage tank; and  decommissioning of the Nobel water treatment plant.

Final Decision

A decision was taken on July 29, 2005 and was that the authority may exercise any power or perform any duty or function with respect to the project because, after taking into consideration the screening report and taking into account the implementation of appropriate mitigation measures, the authority is of the opinion that the project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects.