Town of Milton

As of October 2021, installation of the new segment of pipeline through the Town of Milton is complete and reclamation activities will be complete by spring 2022. Full Project completion is expected by winter 2022.

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Construction impacts

Imperial remains committed to reducing local impacts and disruptions during the reclamation phase, including minimizing traffic and noise.

There were no facility closures as part of our construction footprint in the Milton area.

Some vegetation and tree removal was required to accommodate safe construction activities, mainly limited to private land. All impacted areas have followed a reclamation and remediation plan, helping to return areas as closely to pre-construction condition as possible.

Please click here to learn more about the Waterdown to Finch Project’s construction.

Impacted lands along the Project right-of-way in Milton, following remediation and the site restoration process

Please click here to learn more about the Waterdown to Finch Project’s construction.


Project timeline for the Town of Milton

As of October 2021, installation of the new segment of pipeline through the Town of Milton is complete and reclamation activities will be complete by spring 2022. Full Project completion is expected by winter 2022.

Timeline

Dates are subject to change.

Hours of operation

Core hours of operation for all remaining activities are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday.

Safety

Construction areas are fenced and monitored by Imperial representatives. To protect all employees, contractors and the public, all relevant public health measures and COVID-19 workplace guidelines are being followed.

Local initiatives

Imperial is committed to playing an active role in the Milton community by continuing to support Conservation Halton. We are a proud contributor to their environmental stewardship initiatives, which includes work to restore the habitat of the Silver Shiner, a threatened fish species, as well as restoration work at Joe Sam’s Leisure Park.

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Questions?

Read our FAQs or contact us by phone at 416.586.1915 or by email at questions@imperialon.ca.