Wastewater Treatment Master Plan

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The proper collection and treatment of wastewater has a direct impact on the health of London residents, our environment, and the ability of the City to grow and prosper.

Operating a wastewater treatment system often requires the upgrade of old facilities and the construction of new ones. By developing an informed plan for the next fifty years of wastewater treatment in London, the City will ensure that the improvements we make today will contribute to our long term goals, while planning ahead allows us to save money now to responsibly pay for future projects.

This study will look at the need for new and upgraded facilities as part of our commitment to environmental protection, growth servicing, and asset management. The City is seeking input as to the best ways to accomplish these goals.


Where does your wastewater go?

A map of five London's sewersheds.

London's wastewater travels to one of five wastewater treatment plants. Depending on where you live on the Sewershed Map, your wastewater will flow or be pumped by a pumping station to either:

For assistance in reading these maps, to request them in alternate formats, or to ask questions, please contact Kirby Oudekerk, P.Eng. at koudeker@london.ca

Learn more about Wastewater Treatment in London.


The proper collection and treatment of wastewater has a direct impact on the health of London residents, our environment, and the ability of the City to grow and prosper.

Operating a wastewater treatment system often requires the upgrade of old facilities and the construction of new ones. By developing an informed plan for the next fifty years of wastewater treatment in London, the City will ensure that the improvements we make today will contribute to our long term goals, while planning ahead allows us to save money now to responsibly pay for future projects.

This study will look at the need for new and upgraded facilities as part of our commitment to environmental protection, growth servicing, and asset management. The City is seeking input as to the best ways to accomplish these goals.


Where does your wastewater go?

A map of five London's sewersheds.

London's wastewater travels to one of five wastewater treatment plants. Depending on where you live on the Sewershed Map, your wastewater will flow or be pumped by a pumping station to either:

For assistance in reading these maps, to request them in alternate formats, or to ask questions, please contact Kirby Oudekerk, P.Eng. at koudeker@london.ca

Learn more about Wastewater Treatment in London.