The Kamloops Centre for Water Quality (KCWQ), commissioned in 2005, uses innovative membrane filtration technology to provide high quality drinking water to residents and visitors.
"Green" building technology was used extensively in the construction of the KCWQ, to maximize efficiency, prevent pollution, and contribute to the sustainability of our community.
The KCWQ also contains laboratories and classrooms built as part of a research and training partnership between the City of Kamloops, Thompson Rivers University and Zenon Environmental Inc. This "Centre for Safe Water Excellence" will provide opportunities for water quality research and training in a working water treatment plant, the first facility of its kind in North America.
Public Works and Utilities
955 Concordia Way
Kamloops BC V2C 6V3
ph 250-828 3461
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