FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John won national recognition for its Micro Hydro Project from the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators today.
The City was presented with the 2017 CAMA Environmental Award at during CAMA’s national conference in Gatineau, Quebec.
“CAMA is pleased to recognize the environmental excellence demonstrated by Fort St. John for their Micro Hydro Project,” said Marie-Hélène Lajoie, president of CAMA and City Manager for Gatineau, QC. “This project uses gravity and the discharge of sewer effluent to generate energy that is sold to BC Hydro.”