The Canadian company will design, assemble, deliver and commission a drinking water production system for Delaware in Ohio. With a finished water capacity of 7.1 MGD, the system will provide integrated ultrafiltration and nanofiltration technologies for the treatment of surface water and a low-pressure reverse osmosis unit for the treatment of ground water.
 
“We are enjoying a growing demand for ultrafiltration systems in the Canadian and US markets. The City of Delaware project has a special significance for us as it will be a great demonstration platform in the Midwest US, close to the fast growing surface water treatment market in the eastern US,” said Harbans Kohli, vice president of Systems Sales at H2O Innovation.
 
H2O Innovation has also secured contracts from two other US and Canadian municipalities for the design, assembly, delivery and installation of wastewater treatment packaged plants. These systems will use H2O Innovation’s patented Bio Wheel technology to supply wastewater treatment to Snow Lake, Manitoba and Grover, Colorado. Another contract will see H2O Innovation build and deliver a low-pressure reverse osmosis system for the reclamation of wastewater to an industrial end-user in Idaho.
 
A H2O Innovation drinking water production system will also be delivered to a Canadian oil & gas customer. The system will feature surface water treatment requiring roughing filters, ultrafiltration and nanofiltration processes.