Up to 7,000 tonnes of biosolids from the Greater Nanaimo Pollution Control Centre (GNPCC) will be used each year at a new site located near Blackjack Ridge north of the Nanaimo Lakes.
The program can also calculate ecosystem benefits provided by the trees, such as estimates of air quality, carbon and stormwater benefits.
Parksville council voted to create an urban forest strategy (UFS) to guide the planting and managing of trees on public and private land.

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