H2O Innovation pulls in three new contracts worth $8.9M
Company expands into new markets, grows backlog with orders
QUEBEC CITY—Water treatment firm, H2O Innovation Inc., has secured contracts from three U.S. communities valued at $8.9 million.
Under the contracts, the Quebec-based firm will design, manufacture and commission ultrafiltration systems that will service municipal clients in Oregon, Texas and Virginia.
The company said the new systems build on its success in the ultrafiltration market. The product is designed to give the firm’s customer a technical and commercial advantage “through adaptability to multiple UF membrane models.” Meanwhile, its FiberFlex skid lets users to cut down on lifecycle costs by allowing different brands of UF membrane modules to be used interchangeably.
The nearly $9 million in new work brings the company’s backlog $44.3 million.