City of Barrie
Barrie takes its environmental stewardship obligations seriously and is fully committed to the protection of the natural environment. The continued health of Kempenfelt Bay is an ongoing commitment ensured by our dedication to all regulatory compliance requirements and a culture of optimum performance in our operation and maintenance practices.
Indiscriminate disposal of anything not appropriately intended to be sent to the sanitary sewer system is bound to interfere with proper system operation and can potentially impact our ability to fully comply with our regulatory obligations and potentially cause harm to Barrie’s wonderful Kempenfelt Bay water.
Barrie encourages our residents and visitors to treat our sanitary sewer system with respect.
Bradford West Gwillimbury
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury (BWG) is located southwest of Lake Simcoe, west of the Holland River, within the southern half of the County of Simcoe. The Town of BWG relies on both groundwater and surface water to supply its growing serviced population of 28,000.
BWG’s water and wastewater divisions are responsible for the treatment and distribution of safe drinking water to its consumers as well as the collection and treatment of wastewater in a manner that protects the natural environment and human health.
BWG is committed to reducing its water use, protecting our water resources, ensuring a safe and sustainable water supply as well as protecting our natural environment.
Let’s all work together to keep our precious water resources and our environment clean and safe!
Like the Mississippi River, a strong current of community runs through the town, villages, hamlets, and rural areas of the Municipality of Mississippi Mills. A diverse community of rural and small town interests covering over 500 square kilometres of land within Lanark County just west of the City of Ottawa.
Mississippi Mills is an outstanding urban and rural community that is recognized for its natural and architectural beauty, high quality of life, and respect for its heritage and environment.
Located in southern Ontario between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, Niagara has a total area of 1,852 km2 and a population of 427,421. Niagara Region’s Water and Wastewater Services Division operates under a two-tier delivery model, shared with 11 serviced area municipalities. The Region is responsible for the treatment and transmission of potable water to area municipalities and the collection and treatment of wastewater. Niagara Region and area municipalities are working together to spread the word on being drain-aware and keep our sewers free-flowing.
The Regional Municipality of York stretches north from Toronto to Lake Simcoe and includes many hectares of protected Greenbelt. York Region’s diversity is evident in our nine local municipalities, geography, economic development and population. We provide services to almost 1.2 million residents and almost 49,000 businesses that employ 580,000 people. York Region is committed to water source protection, effective treatment and continual monitoring in order to provide its residents with safe drinking water.