Veolia Fort Green Energy: presentation coming to Fort St. James

The Veolia Fort Green Energy Plant is planning to be ready for operation in December 2016.

  • Jan. 27, 2016 1:00 p.m.

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier


The Veolia Fort Green Energy Plant is planning to be ready for operation in December 2016.

Plant Manager, Rick Peterson will be presenting information on Veolia on Thursday, Jan, 28 from 7-9 p.m. at the Community Centre Theatre Room in Fort St. James.

Veolia, considered to be one of the leading providers of environmental solutions, are looking forward to the future in Fort St. James.

Their mission is to resource the world in helping their customers address their environmental and sustainability challenges in energy, water and waste.

According to Veolia, this means improving their client’s efficiency, better managing their water and wastewater and recovering resources from their wastes.

How will this affect Fort St. James?

Peterson says that the presentation will allow community members to learn more about the plant, the effects and affects, environmental issues and future opportunities.

“It will not be a technical presentation,” Peterson said. “After the presentation, there will be a question and answer period followed by refreshments.”

All are welcome to learn more about Veolia.

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