A section of outfall pipe nearly 1,800 metres long arrived in Victoria by barge from Nanoose Bay on Thursday.
It is one of two sections that will be submerged into the water and put into place as part of the construction of the Capital Regional District’s sewage-treatment project.
The CRD says drilling for the outfall was completed in the spring with a micro-tunnel boring machine
The arrival sparked a lot of questions from CHEK viewers, with people wondering what exactly they were witnessing.
In its latest update, the CRD says all major components of the project are under construction with 550 people working on 22 active construction sites.
The project remains on schedule to be completed by the end of 2020.