Water Conservation Plan
The Water Conservation, Efficiency and Productivity Plan is a long-term plan that links the water conservation targets from the City’s Environmental Master Plan (EMP) with current and proposed water conservation measures to achieve the set targets. It provides an in-depth review of historical water usage as well as a complete picture of current usages. The plan also outlines St. Albert’s potable water and wastewater systems, environmental initiatives and the areas most in need of improvement.
Water conservation has been a priority of the City of St. Albert since the development of the EMP in 2009. One of its goals is to reduce total water consumption to 200 litres or less per person per day by 2020. Water consumption has decreased in St. Albert, moving from a per-capita rate of 257 litres in 2012 to 252 in 2013.
The Water Conservation, Efficiency and Productivity Plan is a strategic document that balances future growth with environmental initiatives.
Last edited: January 10, 2018