Water Pollution Control Plant
The Duffin Creek Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) is recognized in Ecojustice’s 2013 Great Lakes Report Card for significantly lowering discharge levels of phosphorus, ammonia and other toxic components into the Great Lakes system.
The Duffin Creek (WPCP) currently treats 340 million liters a day and will expand to treat 640 million liters a day. The Duffin Creek expansion will include a new head works building, six new primary treatment tanks, six new three phase aeration tanks, six new secondary treatment tanks, a new disinfection facility, two fluid bed reactors, energy recovery system in addition to the power plant expansion and system integration.
With these upgrades the Duffin WPCP will be one of the most sophisticated waste water treatment facilities on the Great Lakes.
- Series 2400 Generator & Utility Paralleling / Distribution Switchgear
- Location: Pickering, Ontario
- Capacity: 5 x 3.0MW, Auto standby Diesel Power Plant @ 4160V
Series 2400 Paralleling Switchgear and Series 2200 Unit Substation and Distribution Switchgear
- 11 Section, 4.16KV, 350MVA, Arc Resistant, Type 2B Generator Paralleling Switchgear
- Generator & System Control Panels
- 125VDC Power Supply, Distribution Transformers, ZIG-ZAG Grounding System
- 2000A and 4000A Bus Duct
- Owner: Ontario, Canada
- Electrical Design Consultant : CH2M Hill Canada Limited
- Engine Generators :
- Wajax Power System
- MTU Onsite Energy