Kamloops stakeholder group to cultivate new ideas for biosolids

By James Peters
March 3, 2018 - 2:17pm

KAMLOOPS — Staff at Kamloops city hall are endorsing the creation of a stakeholder group to help direct the handling of biosolids.

According to a report to Kamloops council, the group would include city councillors as well as officials from the provincial government, local First Nations and other organizations.

The Kamloops Sewage Treatment Plant produces about 12,500 tonnes of biosolids per year.

City staff and a consultant's firm are coming up with a series of options on how to best manage and reuse the material.

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