H2O Innovation lands seven new contracts, adds $6.9M to backlog
Company to build water and wastewater treatment systems for public, private sector clients in U.S. and Canada
QUEBEC CITY—H2O Innovation Inc. has disclosed a handful of new contracts for seven water and wastewater projects in the U.S. and Canada.
The Quebec-based company, which makes water treatment systems, said the deals are worth $6.9 million and involve both private and public sector clients.
Among the contracts are a mining industry deal to build potable water and wastewater treatment system for a 400-person work camp in Nunavut and an agreement to build an ultrafiltration system for an oil and gas company in Alberta. H2O Innovation will also design a custom-built water treatment system for Hydro-Québec that will be used to produce drinking water for employees at the power generator’s La Romaine 3 hydroelectric power plant.
The four other contracts are for community or municipality water treatment or drinking water systems in Manitoba, Quebec, Minnesota and at an undisclosed Midwestern U.S. university.