|Date Project Registered||Project Number||Proponent||Description of the Project||Location (county)||Assigned Project Manager||Status||Date of Decision|
|2021/1/07||1555||The Greater Shediac Sewerage Commission (GSSC)||The Greater Shediac Sewerage Commission (GSSC) proposes to upgrade its Cap-Brule Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) by repurposing the existing lagoons, altering and deepening them and adding various equipment such as baffles and a new aeration system, constructing a new central main WWTF building and decommissioning the old building, as well as constructing a new outfall equipped with a diffuser system beneath the land surface by horizontal drilling out into the Northumberland Strait to achieve the required mixing levels.||Westmorland||Patrick Mbaya||Certificate of determination issued
|2021/01/14||1556||Brinkley Investments Inc.||The Brinkley is a new apartment building development that requires a well to supply water for it. This well will require a capacity greater than fifty cubic metres of water daily and an approved Water Supply Source Assessment through EIA.||Westmorland||Brandon Love||Certificate of determination issued
|2021/02/11||1557||The Regional Municipality of Tracadie
||The Regional Municipality of Tracadie wishes to extend the outfall pipe from Sheila Lagoon to the north east to the channel in Tracadie Bay. The extension will take place from the outlet of the existing outfall pipe in the McLaughlin Estuary, where much of the treated water remains trapped, to the existing channel in Tracadie Bay.||Gloucester||Patrick Mbaya||Determination review in progress|
|2021/03/16||1558||The Community of Upper Madawaska
||The Community of Upper Madawaska wants to drill one or two wells in order to maintain some stability in the supply and solve the drinking water problem in the St Hilaire neighborhood
||Determination review in progress|
|2021/03/16||1559||Brett Reidpath||The aim of this project is to provide sufficient water to irrigate the approximately 150 acres of wild blueberry fields.||Kent||Brandon Love||Determination review in progress|
|2021/03/23||1560||The Village of Doaktown||The Village of Doaktown proposes to drill a new well to ensure a reliable municipal water system with full redundancy.
||Northumberland||Patrick Mbaya||Determination review in progress|
|2021/04/08||1561||Department of National Defence
||The proponent (Public Services and Procurement Canada) is proposing to construct a five-megawatt solar farm at the 5th Canadian Division Support Base (5CDSB) Gagetown (PID 60058690), adjacent to Oromocto, NB.||Sunbury||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of determination issued
|The aim of this project is to decommission the Everett Lagoon, construct a new waste water pump station, install new sanitary sewer, upgrade some waste water infrastructure and connect system to existing South Waste Water Treatment Plant in Plaster Rock.
||Victoria||Brandon Love||Certificate of determination issued
|2021/04/20||1563||697800 NB Corp.
||The proponent is proposing to develop two 12-unit townhouse buildings adjacent to two similar existing buildings in the Town of Hampton.
||Kings||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of determination issued
|2021/06/09||1565||North West Sanitation Services Ltd.
||The proponent (North West Sanitation Services Ltd) proposes to import an alternate suitable supply of daily cover material for use at their existing Construction and Demolition waste disposal facility located at the McCluskey Road in Grand Falls, New Brunswick.||Victoria||Shawn Hamilton||Certificate of determination issued
|2021/07/06||1564||Edmond Gagnon Ltd.||The proposed project involves conducting a pumping test on a well for a seafood processing facility in Beaubassin-est, and also the construction of a 19-unit apartment building on the same property.
||Westmorland||Pierre Doucet||Certificate of determination issued
||Bragg Lumber Company Limited
||The proposed project involves the development of a supplementary irrigation system for existing wild blueberry crops located in Val-Doucet.
||Determination review in progress
|2021/08/03||1567||Magic Mountain Water Park Ltd.||The Proponent is proposing to bring into operation two recently constructed groundwater wells for use at their existing water park. The wells are undergoing a Water Supply Source Assessment (WSSA) through the EIA process.||Westmorland||Rachelle Voisine||Determination review in progress|
|2021/09/01||1568||NB Power||NB Power is currently preparing a treatment and disposal of effluent and sludge resulting from the slot-cutting of the Mactaquac Dam. The purpose is to develop options for the long-term treatment and disposal of the effluent and sludge generated by the slot-cutting, including drilling and grouting.
||York||Brandon Love||Determination review in progress|
|2021/10/15||1569||Residence DEL Inc.
||The proposed project involves the construction of a return well to receive the discharge from the existing source well for the open loop geothermal system at their residential building in Baie-Sainte-Anne.
||Northumberland||Pierre Doucet||Determination review in progress|
|2021/12/07||1571||RobAly Homes Inc.
||The Project is the expansion to an existing residential subdivision in the north end of Moncton, New Brunswick and will include the construction of a public street and cul-de-sac (including municipal infrastructure) and 50 lots of semi-detached (two-unit) residential dwellings.||Westmorland||Brandon Love||Certificate of determination issued
||1572||NB Power||The Project consists of various components in phased approach between 2022 and approximately 2030 from Turbine-Generator Unit Replacements, Forebay Bridge Replacement or Repair, Sluiceway Bladder and Forebay Bladder Replacements, and Structural Repairs to the Powerhouse, Forebay, and Tailrace Concrete Structures.||Gloucester||Patrick Mbaya||Certificate of determination issued
||The proponent and landowner on the island of Lamèque, New Brunswick, has decided to subdivide his land located partly on a wetland into 5 different lots.||Gloucester||Patrick Mbaya||Determination review in progress|