RES'EAU Students Shine in Real-World Design Project

In partnership with Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC), UBC and BI Pure Water, RESEAU-WaterNET invited a team of seven fourth-year students to design a community water treatment system for the Lytton First Nations, Nickeyeah Reserve No. 25. in BC. The group met with engineers and consultants from AANDC to understand the community’s needs, travelled to Nickeyeah to meet with
local system operators and discussed the validity of their proposed solutions with
technical experts at BI Pure Water. They also attended a provincial symposium
for BC First Nations water operators to gain added end-user perspective.

Click below to open a summary of their experiences. 

 
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