Manitoba considering recycled shower water for ice rinks

July 8, 2011

Manitoba may be the first Canadian province to start using recycled shower water to fill its ice rinks. The province is considering a pilot project to test the concept. The project would include the Dakota Centre, which houses two indoor rinks and three outdoor rinks. The Centre currently spends $35,000 on water annually. If the project is a success the province may convert all rinks, including curling rinks to a grey water system. Read more at the CBC.