2 edition of preliminary investigation of sewage pollution on Healey Lake, Parry Sound District. found in the catalog.
preliminary investigation of sewage pollution on Healey Lake, Parry Sound District.
John J. Zipay
1973 in Toronto .
Written in English
Thesis (B.Sc.) - University of Toronto, Erindale College. Bibliography: leaves 142-145.
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Contact Us. North Bay Office 15 Janey Ave., North Bay, ON P1C 1N1 [email protected] Parry Sound On-site Sewage System Office 69 Bowes St., Parry Sound, ON P2A 2L5. The OBC designates NBMCA as the permitting authority within the Parry Sound District (with the exception of the Township of the Archipelago) and the Nipissing District.
The meeting was also an opportunity for installers to meet several manufacturers, ask questions and learn more about changing technology in sewage treatment systems.
List of Sewage Approval Authorities across Northern Ontario are: Timiskaming District – Timiskaming Health Unit. Parry Sound and Preliminary investigation of sewage pollution on Healey Lake Districts – North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority.
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It’s what we always do when we see signs of environmental harm and want to gather facts to figure out what happened. We went to the mouth of the Humber River and Ashbridges Bay, where the sewage treatment plants usually bypass.
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