H2O Innovation awarded wastewater treatment contracts worth $3.2M
Projects involve design and installation of reverse osmosis and microfiltration membrane systems.
QUEBEC CITY – H2O Innovation Inc. has been awarded $3.2 million in contracts to design wastewater reclamation applications by membrane filtration technology.
The contracts bring the company’s 2013 order backlog to $13.4 million.
One of the projects will involve the design, assembly and commissioning of a reverse osmosis system for advanced processing of membrane bioreactor (MBR) effluent with is treating municipal wastewater in Hamby, Texas. Once the installation is completed, the system will have a capacity of 4.2 MGD at 85% recovery and will supplement other water sources to fill Lake Fort Phantom Hill. It will become the largest advanced water treatment system for treating municipal wastewater effluent in Texas.
The second project involves the design, assembly and commissioning of a portable microfiltration/ultrafiltration (MF/UF) system that will produce 1 MGD of net filtrate flow using pressurized follow fibre membranes modules. Once operational, this system will have a recovery of at least 95%.
H2O Innovation is a developer of integrated water treatment solutions based on membrane filtration technology based in Quebec City. Its customers include the municipal, energy and natural resources sectors.