Your challenge: oversight and management of water treatment systems
When building and expanding decentralized communities, one of the challenges for land developers is providing ongoing oversight and maintenance of water treatment systems.
Our promise: end-to-end service and management
Clearford understands this challenge and includes site operations as a core service. Our operations team is involved in each project from early design, throughout construction, and for years after as the water infrastructure ages.
Better performance and financial stability throughout the system life cycle
The result is more reliable infrastructure for the client that leads to better performance, asset management, and financial stability throughout the life cycle of the system.
Why Clearford Waterworks?
- Cost Effective
- Low Impact
- Complete Solution
Management services for predictable long-term facility expenses
Facilities benefit from optimized electricity and chemical use
Access to licensed professionals and the latest industry resources
24/7 technical support with operators on-call across Ontario
Our team handles everything from inspections to regulatory reporting
A Team You Can Count On
Field services are delivered by Clearford Waterworks, formerly Team Aquatic, one of the industry leading providers of licensed water treatment operators in Ontario. Our Waterworks team of specialists offers full-service operations and management of water supply and wastewater treatment systems.
Clearford’s Waterworks team has extensive experience managing a range of water and wastewater systems including:
- Communal drinking water systems
- Well and surface water treatment plants
- Membrane bioreactor plants
- Activated sludge and extended aeration plants
- Sequencing batch reactors
- Biofilters and rotating biological contactors
- Recirculating sand filters
- Facultative lagoons
Fetherston Park, Ontario
The Fetherston Park is a 41-unit residential community located 60 km south of Ottawa, Ontario. The original water infrastructure dating back 50 years included a small drinking water system, sanitary sewers and five communal septic systems. After decades of poor maintenance of onsite water systems, the existing infrastructure threatened public health and the local environment. Clearford worked with the community to create technical and financial solutions for the complete replacement of water and wastewater infrastructure at the site, including a Clearford One system with containerized M-brane treatment plant funded through the Clearford P4P program.
The Clearford Difference
Our site operations can be combined with any of Clearford’s innovative water solutions:
Find out how Clearford can provide your community with long-term peace of mind through ongoing water treatment operations.