Wastewater Management Master Plan


 The City of St. Thomas is preparing a Master Plan for its wastewater treatment infrastructure as part of ongoing efforts to improve the performance of the City's infrastructure.  St. Thomas Water Pollution Control Plan (WPCP) Waste Management Master Plan (WWMP) will provide the City with guidance for capital planning and project implementation for wastewater treatment to accommodate growth for the next 20 years and beyond in a cost effective and environmentally sustainable manner.

WPCP photo

The Process
The study is being undertaken in accordance with the Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (EA) process for Master Plans (Municipal Engineer's Association Class EA document October 2000, as amended in 2007, 2044 & 2015).  The Class EA will develop a series of options an will evaluate them based on technical, aesthetic, socio-economic, cultural heritage and environmental factors.
Get Involved
Public input is important.  There will be a public information center held November 29th at City Hall, Room 304 from 6 to 8 pm to review project information and provide feedback to the study team.
The information that will be on display at the public information center can be found here.
Contact details of the study team are listed below:

Pat Anckaert, P.Eng.
Senior Project Manager, Industrial Development
City of St. Thomas
Tel:  226-378-3671
[email protected]
545 Talbot Street, PO Box 520
St. Thomas, ON  N5P 3V7
       John Tyrell, M.Sc. (Eng), P.Eng
Senior Project Manager 
R.V. Anderson Associates Limited
Tel:  519-681-9916 ext. 5038
[email protected] 
557 Southdale Road East, Suite 200
London, ON  N6E 1A2