The District uses primary treatment to dispose of sewage. The system involves a combination of aerated lagoons that flow into rapid filtration ponds. The system has a capacity of 1,500 cubic metres per day and can serve approximately 4,000 people.
Logan Lake acquires its pristine water from a series of deep wells. The system has a capacity limit of 3,650 people. The water is not treated as it naturally meets the Canadian Drinking Water Standards; and the Department of Health in Kamloops tests the water on a weekly basis.
Electricity is provided by BC Hydro. For more information call Customer Service at 1-800-POWERON (1-800-769-3766) or visit www.bchydro.bc.ca Mailing address is: BC Hydro, 6911 Southpoint Drive, Burnaby, BC V3N 4X8.
TELUS provides residential and business land-line services in the area. It is toll free for Logan Lake residents to call the South Shore in Kamloops. For more information contact TELUS at 24/7 TELUS support 310-2255 or visit www.telus.com