H2O Innovation Awarded $8.4 M of New Water and Wastewater Projects

The new contracts, with a total value of $8.4 M, increase the backlog of Water Technologies & Services (WTS) business line of the company to $56.0 M.

The new contracts, with a total value of $8.4 M, will increase the backlog of Water Technologies & Services (WTS) business line of the company to $56.0 M.

WD News: H2O Innovation Inc. has announced that its Water Technologies & Services (WTS) business line has recently been awarded eight new water and wastewater treatment projects, including six industrial projects.

The corporation’s most recent contract awards involve a 1.5 MGD (5,700 m3/day) Ceramic Ultrafiltration (UF) system for the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota. This design will feature a high-water recovery rate of over 97%. Because the proposed system will use ceramic membranes, it is in line with mitigating lifecycle expenses and streamline operational practices, while generating water of superior quality for the community.

The corporation has been awarded another project for an electric vehicle manufacturer that includes a treatment using multimedia filters, degasifiers, and Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems. This system will produce 150 GPM (820 m3/day) of make-up water for cooling towers. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.

The third contract is for 1.0 MGD (4,000 m3/day) treatment system with two Sea Water Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) trains for a US client. The end user, located at a resort in Latin America, needs a source of desalinated water which was the driving factor behind the design of this new project. This project is expected to be completed within the next 12 months.

The fourth project includes an 18 MGD (68,130 m3/day) UF system for the West End Water Treatment Plant in the City of Billings, Montana. The UF system will be comprised of seven trains and will treat surface water for the city’s drinking water supply. The contract is for completing the design of the UF system and the water treatment plant is expected to go into operation in 2025.

The corporation was awarded four new industrial projects as well, one of which involves a 4-month extension for a UF rental. Two other contracts include delivery of systems for a client specialised in production of biofuels. Another contract is to supply a RO system for a client in the US automotive industry.

“Our team identifies specific needs of projects to tailor effective and sustainable solutions to meet those requirements,” stated Frédéric Dugré, President and Chief Executive Officer of H2O Innovation.

Source: H2O Innovation
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