The company designs and manufactures two different types of mobile water treatment systems: the FlexBox line, which comprises containerized ultrafiltration (UF) or reverse osmosis (RO) systems designed for drinking water treatment, industrial wastewater and water reuse; and the SILO system, which employs membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology and is specifically designed for wastewater and water reuse treatment. Over the last two years, H2O Innovation has manufactured a fleet of nine mobile units. Due to the demand in this market sector, the company is now expanding its fleet with the objective of reaching 40 units within the next five years.
Recently, H2O Innovation was awarded three new leasing contracts worth C$3.4 million for the supply of mobile units, including the FlexBox RO, FlexBox UF, and SILO technologies. Once designed and manufactured, two FlexBox UF units will be delivered and leased for an initial period of 18 months to a mining client in the Eastern USA. The second project is for a 12-month lease of two SILO units for a private sector client in Quebec, Canada, while the third contract involves the 24-month lease of a FlexBox RO system to be deployed to a First Nation community in Western Canada.
“H2O Innovation’s mobile fleet of water and wastewater treatment systems provides versatile, practical, and timely solutions for clients in need, as they ensure immediate access to clean water and sanitation in temporary situations or emergencies,” said Frédéric Dugré, president, CEO and co-founder of H2O Innovation. “With flexible lease options, the FlexBox and SILO also offer a cost-effective alternative to purchasing complete systems, providing clients with the flexibility to optimize their CAPEX and OPEX budget as needed.”