Singapore-based water and wastewater treatment company De.mem's recently acquired Akwa-Worx and Akwa Facility Maintenance subsidiaries have secured four new contracts totalling approximately A$300,000.
The projects involve:
- delivery of a containerised sludge dewatering system to a company in the Glencore group for deployment at a mining site in Queensland, Australia;
- delivery of a pump station to Metro Mining for deployment at the Skardon River project in Queensland;
- delivery of a chemical dosing system to M&K Pipelines QLD Pty Ltd of Queensland;
- a short-term operations and maintenance agreement with a luxury resort on Hayman Island, Queensland, under which Akwa Facility Maintenance will operate the resort's water and sewage treatment plants for three months.
The projects start immediately.
De.mem announced the aquisition of Queensland-based Akwa-Worx.earlier this month. The company says it sees strong potential for expanding the business into other regions in Australia, as well as internationally.
Akwa-Worx’s products include ultrafiltration (UF) reverse osmosis (RO) based systems, membrane bioreactors (MBRs), bioreactors and chemical dosing systems.