Letters to the Editor

Surrey brewery making pro-active choices about waste water

Re: “Beer brewers face sewage crackdown,” The Leader, July 14 online.

We at Central City made a conscious decision at the time of construction to include a waste-water treatment plant within the brewery, and be pro-active and a leader in brewery effluent discharge.

We have been visited by the Annacis Island treatment facility and have received praise for the steps we have taken to fully mitigate a potential problem.

I would like the Surrey public to know and be proud that we are not lumped in to the “crackdown” that may be coming.

 

Gary Lohin, Brewmaster

Central City Brewers and Distillers

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