H2O Innovation secures three Canadian contracts

Jan. 27, 2014

QUEBEC CITY — The company will build three water treatment facilities in Alberta, Canada.

QUEBEC CITY — H2O Innovation Inc. has been awarded three water treatment contracts in Alberta, Canada, according to an article by Filtration and Separation.

Two of the contracts, awarded by an independent energy company, will require H2O Innovation to design, build and commission a potable water treatment package and a wastewater treatment package for a 2300 person worker camp, the article reported.

Read more articles on filtration here.

“Our expertise in water purification and sewage treatment, our value-added design and our ability to execute and deliver on time are some of the key factors that have enabled us to secure this second project,” said Frédéric Dugré, H2O Innovation president and CEO.

For companies specializing in wastewater treatment visit our Buyer’s Guide.

The company was also awarded a third contract by an international company operating in Alberta, which will involve designing, building and commissioning a membrane-based water treatment package to treat well water for domestic use in administration and maintenance buildings, laboratories, garage wash bays, safety showers and eye wash stations, noted the article.

Read the full article here.

Sponsored Recommendations

NFPA 70B a Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

NFPA 70B: A Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

How digital twins drive more environmentally conscious medium- and low-voltage equipment design

Medium- and low voltage equipment specifiers can adopt digital twin technology to adopt a circular economy approach for sustainable, low-carbon equipment design.

MV equipment sustainability depends on environmentally conscious design values

Medium- and low voltage equipment manufacturers can prepare for environmental regulations now by using innovative MV switchgear design that eliminates SF6 use.

Social Distancing from your electrical equipment?

Using digital tools and apps for nearby monitoring and control increases safety and reduces arc flash hazards since electrical equipment can be operated from a safer distance....