H2O Innovation wins new water contracts worth C$3.1mn

The first contract will see H2O Innovation design, assemble, deliver and commission a water reuse expansion plant for the Leo J Vander Lans Water Treatment Facility in California. The system, based on reverse osmosis technology, will offer a finished water capacity of 3.7 MGD (14 000 m3/d).

In a first for H2O Innovation, the company will lease a water purification unit to a village municipality in Northern Quebec. Based on a conventional nanofiltration technology, the mobile container will treat groundwater to produce drinking water. H2O Innovation has signed a one-year leasing agreement, renewable upon request.

Another contract will see H2O Innovation manufacture and deliver a drinking water production unit for a mining camp in Northern Quebec. The insulated container will integrate nanofiltration technology to treat surface water.

H2O Innovation will also be responsible for start-up and operation assistance services for a drinking water production unit and a wastewater treatment plant in Northern Alberta. The company delivered these two turn-key solutions last summer to an oil & gas customer for a 1000-worker camp.