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Harbour Solutions Project -Dartmouth Treatment Plant Outfall Pipe

(Tuesday, April 25/06)-- As part of on-going Harbour Solutions Project construction, Dexter Harbour Solutions is sailing the Dartmouth Wastewater Treatment Plant(WTP) outfall pipe into position this afternoon. The pipe has left from the Navy Island(Gypsum plant site) area on the Dartmouth shoreline and will sail into position this afternoon. Best views of the work can be had from the Angus L. Macdonald and A. Murray Mackay bridges, the Dartmouth WTP site, located on the southend of the Dartmouth Coast Guard base or the Dartmouth WTP access road.

Note: All persons wishing to view the work from the Dartmouth WTP construction site are required to wear safety boots, safety vests, safety goggles and hard hats. Those without equipment will not be permitted on the WTP work site.

Project facts:
Outfall pipe is 650 metres in length, 1200 MM in diameter;
Approximately 40 diffuser ports;
To be positioned on site in about 16 metres of water;
Flotilla involved in project: 3 tugs, 3 barges, chase boats, dive team, shore team at site.

When: Now underway.

Where: best views from Dartmouth WTP construction site, Dartmouth WTP access road, and the Angus L.Macdonald and A. Murray Mackay bridges.

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James Campbell
Project Manager, Corporate Communications




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