Nanton’s new wastewater treatment plant includes 11 cast-in-place concrete tanks of various sizes, one of which is a lift station for pumping incoming waste water into the treatment process. The incoming sanitary goes through a grinder, into a sump, and pumped up to start the filtration process through LEAP primary filters. Main treatment is by GE membrane filtration. The project also includes a 6,300 sq. ft. two-storey building with a structural steel frame with masonry block and metal cladding. Significant site work and outfall work is also required. The plant has been sized for a peak water flow of nine million litres per day.