New Contracts Totaling $7.6 Million Awarded to H2O Innovation
H2O Innovation Inc., which offers a variety of integrated water treatment solutions, has been awarded multiple contracts which will bring its sales backlog to $50.8 million, not including its specialty products or services business line.
The first project was awarded by the Englishman River Water Service. The project involves the design, manufacture, and commission of a 2-stage ultrafiltration (UF) system in the Englishman River. Eventually, the system will produce 4.2 MGD of potable water. In addition, the system will be able to expand to 12.7 MGD in order to meet future potable water demands.
The system includes FiberFlex skid, which is an open platform technology that has been developed by H2O Innovation. It allows different UF modules to be interchanged. Clearlogx technology will also be integrated which can monitor and optimize coagulant doses, maximizing the membrane and reducing plant operating expenses.
"H2O Innovation has managed, once again, to stand out as a provider of innovative technologies and has proven its ability to adapt to meet customer needs. The FiberFlexand Clearlogx technologies are differentiating factors that help us win new projects. We are especially pleased by the rapid integration of the Clearlogx technology to our offer and the positive response generated by our customers only a few weeks after its introduction. The interest Clearlogx is generating could have positive effects on our project business line, as well as on our PWT specialty products line, which will ensure long-term supply of coagulants", states Frédéric Dugré, President and Chief Executive Officer of H2O Innovation.
The second award includes the pre-selection of a new 6 trains UF system that will treat tertiary effluent from the Valencia Water Reclamation Plant of the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County. It will produce 10.3 MGD of water that will be used in agricultural applications.
The third contract involves the manufacture and commission of a wastewater treatment system for the national historic site of Lower Fort Garry in Manitoba, lowering energy consumption requirements and treating 7,925 to 15,850 gallons of wastewater each day.
Source: H2O Innovation Inc.