Victoria Sewage Alliance
The goal of the Victoria Sewage Alliance is to work together with like-minded individuals and organizations to attain secondary or better sewage treatment for Victoria.
VSA will attain it's goal by:
a. Educating governments and the public on the need to take responsibility for sewage pollution and the benefits of treatment to the long-term health of people, the local communities and the marine ecosystem.
b. Preparing and responding to policies that impact sewage treatment for Victoria, and where possible actively participating in discussions.
c. Planning and managing public awareness events about the benefits of sewage treatment for Victoria.
Greater Victoria, but related issues are provincial and national in scope.
Current Activities and Projects
Public Forum: Victoria's Sewage - Separating Myth From Fact, Sept 26, 2005
WasteWater: It's Too Good to Waste
2006: Oct 26, Nov 14, 15, 16, & 21
2007: Mar 6, 7
Completed Activities and Projects
Stretegy planning meetings spring 2005
All support from collaborating organizations or individuals
People Opposed to Outfall Pollution
Labour Environmental Alliance Society
TBuck Suzuki Environmental Foundation
Georgia Strait Alliance
Sierra Club of BC
Sierra Legal Defence Fund
CAW Pacific Region Environmental Council
Stephen J. Salter
Victoria Labour Council
Surfriders Victoria Branch
DVD's on Integrated Resource Recovery
Public Forum Transcript
Victoria's Sewage FAQs
200-661 East Burnside
Victoria, BC V8T 2X9