Catalyst Crofton apologizes for “lapses” in communication with Town of Lake Cowichan

Ed Bonenfant took this shot in 2017 of the testing of pumps, to get water over the weir at Lake Cowichan. (submitted)

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After the amount of heat and light generated at town council meetings on July 9 and July 16, Catalyst Crofton has replied to comments about what they are doing at the Lake Cowichan weir right now.

Brian Houle, Environment Manager, Catalyst Crofton, said Friday, July 19, “Paper Excellence is fully committed to the protection of Lake Cowichan, the Cowichan River, and the Town of Lake Cowichan’s potable water supply and their water system if, due to the drought, we are forced to have to implement pumping of lake water over the weir.”

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Source: Cowichan Valley Citizen

 

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