H2O MBR plants for California and Colorado

H2O Innovation has sold its first membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems into California and Colorado, using its Bio-Brane™ technology.

In California, the company is providing a 150,000 gal/day (570 m³/d) wastewater treatment plant for the town of Buttonwillow. The effluent will be used for irrigation of hayfields. The company believes this will become its showcase Bio-Brane MBR project

The Colorado project is for Cornell Companies Inc to be designed, built and delivered to the Hudson Correctional Facility currently under construction. H2O Innovation will provide a 150,000 gal/day (570 m³/d) treatment plant in two equal trains. The contract will be executed on a fast-track basis.


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