In Québec, million litres of water are used for industrial purposes everyday. When released into the environment without treatment, this wastewater, composed of high levels of organic and inorganic pollutants, can severely affect human health and the environment. To protect and preserve Québec's communities and natural ecosystems, all contaminated water must undergo appropriate treatment.
Operating since 1996 and located a few minutes from Veolia's Hazardous Waste Transfer Center in Chambly, our Chambly Wastewater Treatment Facility offers pumping, transportation, cleaning and treatment solutions to industries and businesses.
- State-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility with the capacity to treat up to 20 million liters of contaminated water annually
- Two types of contaminated water are accepted at Chambly. This wastewater undergoes successive treatments that combine the latest mechanical, physical and chemical water treatment methods:
- Contaminated wastewater: wash water, wastewater from oil/water separators, car wash wastewater, excavation wastewater, meltwater and groundwater
- Oily waters A03 classified as hazardous residual material: metalworking Fluids, engine oil spills, hydraulic oils, transformer oils and hydrocarbons (diesel and gasoline)
- Materials removed from the treatment process are sent to the most appropriate and sustainable treatment center (landfill, recycling or waste-to-energy site)
- A final analysis of all treated water is conducted by a team of highly specialized chemists before being released into the City’s sewer system
The benefits for our clients
Our Chambly Wastewater Treatment Facility is a convenient, sustainable and cost-effective solution for businesses and industries in Québec to safely dispose of their wastewater.
- Businesses and industries are able to improve their carbon footprint and establish a circular economy
- Ensure compliance with all environmental procedures and regulations related to the collection, transportation and treatment of wastewater set by the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment, and Fight Against Climate Change (MELCC) and by the Montreal Metropolitan Community (MMC) such as the 2008-47 and 2013-53 regulations, one of the most stringent laws in Québec
- Access to a wide range of customized equipment designed for the pumping and transportation of all types of wastewater
- Positive economic impact through the creation of highly specialized jobs