The first project involves the replacement of a municipal drinking water system that uses ultrafiltration (UF) in the city of Georgetown, Texas. The pilot project was successfully completed last winter, which positioned H2O Innovation to obtain this contract. The initial system, which had been supplied by another manufacturer, lacked the flexibility that the city required in terms of membrane module replacement.
The second project is a double-pass reverse osmosis (RO) system to supply boiler make-up water to an industrial customer in Wisconsin. H2O Innovation says it won this contract because of its ability to deliver the installation within a very tight schedule.
The last project consists of a membrane bioreactor (MBR) system with a capacity of 276,000 GPD (1,045 m3/d) for an industrial client in Texas.
“These projects demonstrate our focus on the objectives outlined in our Strategic Plan, as we grow with a great diversification of high-quality municipal and industrial projects,” said Gregory Madden, chief strategy officer of H2O Innovation. “They allow the WTS team to employ our engineering expertise and our unique designs, such as the FiberFlex flexible approach, and to deliver complete solutions to our customers for all kinds of applications (wastewater, water reuse, etc.). The team has really transformed over the past few years, which has led to these recent successes.”