"Sooke's Liquid Waste Management Plan for Rainwater provides clear guidance for the next 10 years," says the District's Laura Byrne
Plan Provides Clear Guidance
“The District of Sooke has taken concrete steps to protect the Sooke Harbour and Sooke Basin from the environmental pressures of urban development with an innovative Liquid Waste Management Plan (LWMP) approved by the Ministry of Environment,” writes Jim Sinclair in a story published by the Sooke News Mirror.
Sinclair reports that the District’s Corporate Officer Bonnie Sprinkling credited engineering technologist Laura Byrne for her efforts toward the plan. Byrne fielded a handful of related questions from the Sooke News Mirror.
“This plan provides clear guidance for the next 10 years with every aspect of rainwater and sanitary sewer management: monitoring, management, watershed stewardship groups, policy and guidelines,” stated Laura Byrne in the interview.
To Learn More:
To read the complete interview with Laura Byrne as published in the Sooke News Mirror, click on Sooke saluted for liquid waste management plan.
To read a comprehensive story posted on the Water-Centric Community-of-Interest, click on Sooke is first community in British Columbia to integrate both rainwater and sanitary in a Liquid Waste Management Plan.
Posted May 2011