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Nunavut community slated to receive new water treatment plant – Nunatsiaq News

15 September 2020

Whale Cove’s new plant now scheduled to be in place by 2023

Whale Cove’s boil water advisory was short-lived this year, but officials in the Kivalliq hamlet hope to see a permanent solution to its seasonal water contamination issues.

The Kivalliq community of about 400 has had an ongoing issue with the presence of coliform bacteria in its freshwater source through the summer months for several years now.

In response, health officials have issued boil water advisories for residents over the summer months.

“The nature of boil water advisories in that community is due to run off, or seasonal rains,” said Kyle Seeley, acting assistant deputy minister of Community and Government Services. “It’s been an issue.”

Read More: https://nunatsiaq.com/stories/article/nunavut-community-slated-for-new-water-treatment-plant/