QUA�BEC, QUEBEC – H 2 O Innovation inc. ( “H 2 O Innovation” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: HEO) (Alternext: MNEMO: ALHEO) (OTCQX: HEOFF) is pleased to announce that it has won two (2) new water projects Used in the United States. These new contracts bring the Company’s order backlog to $ 58.9 million.
The Company’s first contract is a wastewater treatment system using Bio-Wheel � , a fixed film and activated sludge (IFAS) technology. The system will treat an average of 12,000 m 3 / day (3.2 MGD) of wastewater from a city in California. This is the largest Bio-Wheel � project awarded by the Company to date.
The second project awarded to H 2 O Innovation consists of a modernization of a conventional waste water treatment system into a two (2) train of membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems. The Company will improve the capacity of the system, while maintaining the same footprint on the ground and increasing effluent quality. Located in New Jersey, the system will treat 302.8 m 3 / day (80,000 gpd) of wastewater .
“For H 2 O Innovation, fiscal year 2017 is the year we have won the most wastewater treatment projects. More than 15% of the backlog represents wastewater projects, compared to 1% in 2016 and 2% in 2015. This is an important step in the strategic diversification of the project group. A world of opportunities, of which we have not yet exploited the potential, is now open to us, “said Frederic Dugre, President and CEO of H 2 O Innovation.
About H 2 O Innovation
H 2 O Innovation designs and delivers tailor-made systems and integrated water treatment solutions using membrane filtration technologies for the municipal, industrial, energy and natural resource markets. The Company’s operations are based on three main pillars: (i) water and wastewater treatment projects; (Ii) specialty products and services, including a full range of specialty chemicals, consumables, specialized products for the water treatment industry, and control and monitoring systems; (Iii) as well as services for the operation and maintenance of water and wastewater treatment systems.
Source: H2O Innovation inc.