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Quebec’s H2O Innovation wins three new contracts valued at $7.6M

by Canadian Staff   

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Wastewater treatment firm adds to record backlog with Canadian, U.S. deals

QUEBEC CITY—H2O Innovation Inc. has won three new North American contracts worth $7.6 million.

Under the agreements, the Quebec-based wastewater treatment company will design and install systems in Manitoba, B.C. and California.

“H2O Innovation has managed, once again, to stand out as a provider of innovative technologies and has proven its ability to adapt to meet customer needs,” the company’s president and CEO, Frédéric Dugré, said.

The firm’s first new project will be to design and manufacture a two-stage ultrafiltration system that will serve Parksville, B.C. Turning east from there, the company has signed a contract to design and build a wastewater treatment system for the national historic site of Lower Fort Garry in Manitoba. South of the border, H2O Innovation will also supply systems to the Valencia Water Reclamation Plant in Los Angeles County.


The three new contracts add to the company’s record backlog, which now stands at $50.8 million.


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