Glenwood and Appleton are two towns on opposite sides of the Gander River in Newfoundland. Both towns had ageing, overloaded sewage systems which could no longer meet the environmental regulations required for discharge into the Gander River.
This is the largest subsurface engineered wetland system design providing secondary treatment in Atlantic Canada. It is located in the Town of Stephenville, on the west coast of the Island of Newfoundland, Canada
This is a very successful commercial wetland application, built in 2009, provides wastewater treatment for the Long-Term Care Facility in Corner Brook, on the west coast of the Island of Newfoundland, Canada. The effluent is on average CBOD < 10mg/l and TSS <10 mg/l.
The Central Waste Management Authority CWMA constructed a super landfill in Norris Arm to service the central region of Newfoundland in 2010. The original service population was 70,000 PE but this continues to grow and is expected to reach 250,000 as the landfill in now taking all the waste from the western region of the island as well.