H2O Innovation has won contracts totaling $5 million for industrial and municipal water treatment systems in Canada and the US.
November 11, 2010
by PLANT STAFF
Drinking water filtration system
Photo: H2O Innovation
QUEBEC CITY: H2O Innovation Inc. has won several contracts worth $5 million for industrial and municipal water treatment systems in Canada and the US.
The Quebec City-based developer and manufacturer of water treatment systems said the custom-built water treatment installations bring its sales backlog for systems and equipment to $18.4 million.
“More than three-quarters of the total value of the contracts announced today come from industrial clients in the oil and gas, chemical and energy industries,” said Frederic Dugre, president and CEO of H2O Innovation.
The company will design, build, and deliver to an unidentified industrial customer located in Western Canada a reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration system including green sand filters for the production of drinking water, plus a wastewater treatment system using its Bio-Brane technology, a high-efficiency integrated fixed-film activated sludge and membrane bioreactor.
Another Western Canada customer will also get a Bio-Brane system. A third contract involves a system that will produce industrial process water for an energy and power generation company. Other, smaller systems will go to an institution in Ontario and a municipality in Quebec.