Left to right : Andrew Trader (Regional Manager, Eastern Ontario Regional Hub OCWA), Jean-Claude Delorme (Council member), Chantal Galipeau (Council member), Aimée Hennessy (Business Development Manager, OCWA), Fernand Dicaire (Alfred-Plantagenet Mayor) (photo: Alfred-Plantagenet)

OCWA open house at the Wendover Water Treatment Plant – Celebrating a 25th anniversary

To commemorate its 25th anniversary, the Wendover Water Treatment plant and OCWA organized an open house complete with guided tours of their facility.

Many citizens who were curious about the system showed up; for some, the informative event was an extra activity for the Western Festival.

Among those present were Mayor Fernand Dicaire, who cut the official birthday cake.

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OCWA Senior Operations Manager Maurice Benoit giving the grand tour, explaining how everything works and reminding everyone that no one can create water, so we have to take good care of it.