A Tour of the City of Hamilton’s Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant

The City of Hamilton, Ontario began treating its water in 1859. The facility started the way most water treatment plants did, as a resource for fire protection. Over time, after a city-wide cholera epidemic, the facility was transitioned into a water treatment plant to provide clean drinking water for the area’s citizens. The founders of Hamilton decided on the location of the plant with highly forward and long-term thinking. The choice was simple, it was based on the natural geography of Hamilton and the proximity to Lake Ontario.

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