Optimizing Kelowna’s water system improves coverage and multi-use


In 2017, the City of Kelowna, British Columbia began the process of separating agricultural and domestic water systems as part of its integrated water supply plan. It calls for an integrated water system that provides the lowest cost, city-wide solution for drinking water, that also maintains agricultural interests.

As the city continues to move forward with its integrated water supply plan, the completed model gives its staff the ability to predict future needs for the system and evaluate options for supplying potential new agricultural users.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s April 2021 issue:

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