Finish off your 2016 BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show experience by joining other delegates at a historic BC mine site to learn how heavy metal removal technologies are being used to rehabilitate the site.
This tour has limited capacity so register early! This tour is also open to water and wastewater professionals that are not attending the annual conference.
||Wednesday, May 4, 2016
||10:00am - 12:30pm
Two travel options are available for this tour:
- Personal travel
- Group bus transportation
Details will be provided to registrants once registration is confirmed.
||$89 member | $89 non-members
Now a historic mine site in British Columbia, the Britannia Mine was a once an operational, large-scale copper mine in the early 1900’s. When mining operations were at their peak, acid rock drainage became a significant environmental impact to surrounding waterways. Attendees will learn about the history of the mine, the significance of acid rock drainage and the heavy metal removal technologies used at EPCOR’s Britannia Mine Water Treatment Plant, as part of remediation activities.
||April 26, 2016
||Complete your registration online using a Visa or Mastercard.
|Email, fax or mail registration:
||Complete our registration form and send it back to the BCWWA office.
||Advance registration is required to attend this tour.