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North End Water Pollution Control Centre (NEWPCC)
2230 Main Street
Winnipeg
MB, R2V 4T8
Name: Mr. Paul Lagasse, P. Eng.
Position: Wastewater Engineer
telephone: 204-9864434
Fax: 204-2240032
Email: plagasse@winnipeg.ca

Number of full time employees in this facility 70
Sector of the facility based CSIC
Canadian SIC Code 8373

Comments about this facility Manitoba Conservation issued Environment Licence # 1089 ERR to the City ofWinnipeg on June 14, 2000 pertaining to the treatment and disposal of Biosolids eminating from the city's North End Water Pollution Control Centre (NEWPCC). The NEWPCC provides anaerobic digestion for Raw (primary) sludge from all three treatment plants. Biosolids are the end product from the digestion/dewatering process.
Public Contact Information: Name: Mr. Bill Borlase, P. Eng.
Position: Manager, Wastewater Services
telephone: 204-9864435
Fax: 204-2240032
Email: wborlase@winnipeg.ca

Parent companies
Parent Company % Ownership D-U-N-S number
City of Winnipeg
MB,
100.00%

Regulations or Permits:
Regulation ID Regulation Program Report year
05386 Environment Act Licence # 1089 ERR 2001

Activities that the facility was engaged:
Activity Description Yes/No
Combustion of salt laden logs in pulp and paper sector No
Combustion of fossil fuel in a boiler unit to produce electricity (>=25 MW) No
Production of chlorinated organic solvents or monomers No
Manufacturing of Portland cement No
Production of magnesium No
Operation of electric arc furnaces in steel foundries No
Operation of electric arc furnaces in steel manufacturing No
Manufacturing of iron using a sintering process No
Smelting of secondary aluminum No
Smelting of secondary lead No
Base metals smelting (including copper, lead, nickel, and zinc) No
Sewage sludge incineration No
Hazardous waste incineration No
Biomedical or hospital waste incineration (>=100 tonnes/year) No
Non-hazardous solid waste incineration (>=100 tonnes/year) No
Combustion of fuel in kraft liquor boilers in pulp and paper sector No
None of the above No
Was the facility used for wood preservation using creosote? No
Was the facility used for wood preservation using pentachlorophenol? No
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