Why are we disinfecting the water with Chloramination instead of Chlorine?

With the new extension of the regional water system which will reach the Town of Bonnyville at the furthest end, it is estimated that the travel times for drinking water between the Water Treatment Plant and Bonnyville will be significant.

To reduce and manage the formation of disinfection by-product (DBPs) associated with higher water age, a secondary disinfection by Chloramination will be performed at the Transfer Station.

Click here for a Chloramination Fact Sheet

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1. When will the project be completed?
2. When can we expect to have water flowing through the line to Ardmore, Fort Kent and Bonnyville?
3. What is the total cost of the project and how is it being funded?
4. Will I notice a difference in the water?
5. Why are we disinfecting the water with Chloramination instead of Chlorine?
6. We understand that some liens have been filed on some properties in the M.D. of Bonnyville against the project, how does this affect the landowners?
7. How many residents are getting connections on the new transmission line?
8. Can I get a direct connection from this line?