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#1 Posted : 14 June 2018 02:04:27(UTC)
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A plan to capture hot air escaping from Oak Bay's skating rink is expected to save the district money and cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 14 per cent.

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"We're taking heat that would otherwise be lost to the environment and getting it over to the tennis courts and the swimming pool and the lounge area," Mayor Nils Jensen said Friday.

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The heat-transfer system is expected to save the rec centre about $34,000 a year in natural gas, cut its greenhouse gas emissions by more than 80 per cent and reduce the district's total emissions by 14 Cheapest Marlboro Cigarettes.2 per cent.

Oak Bay signed an agreement in 2007 to trim a third of its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. Jensen said the arena project will help the district meet and exceed its target a year early.

"It's something we're very proud of," he said. slated to receive nearly $193 million from the federal gas tax fund. Municipalities.

• The District of Saanich received $4 million to replace aging mechanical systems at Saanich Commonwealth Place and install boilers fueled by biomass instead of natural gas. The project is expected to reduce the centre's carbon footprint by 90 per cent.

• The Cowichan Valley Regional District received $7.9 million to upgrade the Cobble Hill and Mill Bay sewer systems and provide a reliable power supply to the Ditidaht First Nation on Nitinat Lake.

• Nanaimo got conditional approval for a $3.8-million grant toward a continuous waterfront walkway from Departure Bay to the Nanaimo River Estuary. The first two sections are scheduled to be finished in 2019.

• The District of Tofino was awarded nearly $2.3 million to extend a multi-use path from the Cox Bay Visitor Information Centre to the northern boundary of the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. Once finished, the path will link Tofino with the park, the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation communities of Esowista and Ty-Histanis and the Tofino-Long Beach Airport.

• The Capital Regional District received $1 Cigarettes Online Free Shipping.2 million to expand the SEAPARC Leisure Complex in Sooke. The project, which is expected to cost $2.75 million, will add a fitness gym and multi-use room.

• Nanaimo Regional District will get up to $6 million to finish the $81.7-million secondary treatment upgrade at the Greater Nanaimo Pollution Control Centre. The district says the project will improve effluent quality and help protect the environment.
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