The Pointe-Claire water production plant receives an award for excellence
Almost 50 years after it was built
The mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, Morris Trudeau, and members of City Council are proud to note that the Pointe-Claire water production plant, now managed by the City of Montréal, continues to rank among the best plants in Québec.
“Our plant was built nearly 50 years ago, and it still produces excellent drinking water today. Our plant, which we transferred to the Agglomeration of Montréal on January 1, 2014, has just been ranked one of the best plants in Québec at the 2017 Water Management Symposium, organized by Réseau Environnement,” stated Mayor Trudeau.
The Pointe-Claire plant received a five-star rating for the quality of the water it produces during the presentation of certifications at the Programme d’excellence en eau potable (Excellence in drinking water program, PEXEP).
“Our plant serves several cities in the West Island today, and it continues to produce some of the best drinking water in Québec. We can all be proud of that,” said Mayor Trudeau in conclusion.
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