H2O Innovation wins contracts for trio of wastewater projects worth $8M
Company to install two membrane bioreactors and one reverse osmosis water treatment system in Quebec, Arkansas and Texas
QUEBEC CITY—H2O Innovation Inc. has won contracts for three wastewater projects in the U.S. and Canada valued at approximately $8 million.
Two of the projects will incorporate the Quebec-based firm’s membrane bioreactor technology, while the third project includes the installation of a water treatment system that uses reverse osmosis.
H2O Innovation will design the membrane bioreactors for Decatur, Arkansas and Rivière-Beaudette, Que., though the scale of the projects differs significantly. The Rivière-Beaudette project covers a system to treat 421 m3 of wastewater per day, while the Decatur project will expand the city’s current system, allowing it to treat 14,385 m3/day.
The final water treatment contract covers the installation of reverse osmosis system for Fort Bend County, Texas.
The three new contracts raise the company’s project backlog to $55 million.