Water treatment contracts hit $8M

H2O Innovation to provide nanofiltration systems in Quebec, New Brunswick

July 8, 2011   by Staff

QUEBEC CITY—The Quebec-based cleantech company H20 Innovation is ramping up production at its manufacturing plants to meet the requirements of new U.S. and Canadian contracts totaling $8 million.

H2O Innovation designs and manufactures water treatment systems. It has manufacturing plants in Ham-Nord, Que. and Minneapolis

The company has been awarded contracts to provide nanofiltration systems for the towns of Rivière-Verte, New Brunswick and Sutton, Que.

A third Canadian municipal contract involves supplying a nanofiltration membrane system to the municipality of Saint-Adolphe-d’Howard, Que.

South of the border, H20 will be providing a brine minimization system for the East Cherry Creek Valley Water & Sanitation District’s Northern Water Supply Project in Colorado. This system will enhance permeate recovery from the district’s low-pressure reverse-osmosis drinking water production system.

Sterling, another city in Colorado, has also selected H2O to provide a nanofiltration membrane system for softened water.

Another contract in the U.S. will provide an unnamed industrial client with a reverse osmosis membrane filtration system.

The equipment for all the projects will be manufactured at H20’s Quebec and Minneapolis plants.

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