Canadian municipalities buy nanofiltration systems

Nanofiltration drinking water production systems are to be supplied to two Canadian municipalities, Waterville and Eastman in Quebec, by H2O Innovation.

The systems are among new contracts worth Can$ 3.7 million (US$ 3.64 million) announced by the company on 21 March 2013 which bring its order backlog for water treatment projects to Can$ 18.6 million (US$ 18.3 million).

A real estate developer and constructor in the State of New York has awarded a contract to H2O Innovation for the design, assembly, delivery and installation of a wastewater treatment system featuring the company's patented Bio‑Wheel™ technology.

As part of the other contracts, H2O Innovation will provide custom-built water treatment systems to industrial and commercial end-users, including a drinking water production unit for a workers' camp to an oil & gas customer located in Alberta, Western Canada.

The company also announced the final delivery to an oil & gas customer of a previous Can$ 9.4 million (US$ 9.24 million) contract. The finished water treatment package will be delivering 3,000 m³/d of potable water to a workers' camp located north of Fort McMurray, Alberta.

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