Zero Discharge

A bio-engineered system harnesses the natural process of evapotranspiration to treat wastewater in a closed system at a Parks Canada lock in Ontario
Zero Discharge

Lake Simcoe, the largest inland lake in southern Ontario, suffers from acute nutrient loading. Environment Canada was concerned about contamination even from the restroom used by motorists and boaters enjoying the park at Lock 41 Station.

Although the conventional onsite system...

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