Media Advisory - Waterfront Toronto Presents Details of its Soil Recycling
Pilot Facility in the Port Lands

TORONTO, June 14 /CNW/ - Waterfront Toronto is holding a technical briefing for media on June 15, 2010 to provide details on the soil recycling pilot facility opening in the Port Lands area. This will be the only known soil washing-based pilot plant currently operating in Canada. 

Waterfront Toronto is conducting a soil recycling pilot as part of its Soils Management Strategy to determine the viability of treating and reusing impacted soils as an alternative to the dig-and-dump approach.  The proposed pilot is a first step in the larger plan to treat contaminated soil to an environmental condition that allows it to be reused in future residential, parkland and commercial areas.


WHO: David Kusturin, VP Program Management, Waterfront Toronto
Steve Desrocher, Senior Environmental Geoscientist/ Project Manager, Environ Soil and Groundwater Management

WHAT: Details on the soil recycling pilot facility, including a technical overview of the methods that will be employed.

WHEN: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 
10:00 a.m.

WHERE: Waterfront Toronto Offices, 20 Bay Street, Suite 1310, Toronto

SOURCE Waterfront Toronto

For further information: For further information:

Tari Stork, Waterfront Toronto, 416-214-1344 x 279


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