The Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro is making available to electric vehicle users 17 public electric charging stations on its territory in order to encourage the community to participate in the energy transition and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction effort.
Construction work for a drinking water main, part of the Aqueduc de l’Ouest project, is underway in LaSalle. Find out what you need to know about this project, its impacts and the solutions provided by Montréal.
The world’s largest ozonation unit is under construction at Montréal’s Jean-R. Marcotte wastewater treatment plant. Here’s the latest news on the project.
Consult various reports on the testing, quality and consumption of drinking water.
To study the impact of urban development on heat, Montréal is installing stations to measure air temperature and humidity. These silent, non-hazardous stations look like white plates. They will collect data over the course of 10 summers.
Sewer backups, greenhouse gases, polluted waterways: Our water consumption habits have significant environmental consequences. But by changing certain behaviours, residents can help reduce waste and improve our living environments.
Did you know that the pollination of seed plants by certain insects, birds and mammals - called pollinators - makes it possible to consume nearly a third of the fruits, vegetables, condiments and spices found on grocery store shelves?
Located in Ville-Marie, this work site is aimed at rehabilitating brick collector sewers with the goal of optimizing sewer services for residents.
Do you live or work in Ville-Marie? Sewer collector rehabilitation work on Rue Sainte-Catherine and Rue Atateken may have an impact on your daily activities. All you need to know about this work site.
Adopting a green space allows you to express your creativity, make the neighbourhood more welcoming and protect biodiversity. Express your passion by adopting a green space now!
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