H2O Innovation awarded $346K contract for full-scale pilot tests of water treatment system
QUEBEC CITY, QUE-H2O Innovation (2000) has signed a $346,000 contract to provide drinking water treatment to the municipality of La Tuque, in Quebec's Parent area. The contract was awarded following a tender bid process specifying the certified NanH2Ofiltration process, developed by H2O Innovation. The company will carry out full-scale pilot tests, a first in Quebec for the use of membrane filtration to treat surface water. The system will be delivered and the activated by the end of this year. H2O Innovation will provide the membrane filtration equipment, monitoring of the treatment process and the specific technical support for the follow-up. The company will also provide training for the operators, to ensure that the system functions properly for the municipality. IMS Consultants, the project manager, will provide technical support to H2O Innovation in the installation of the system. The establishment of this treatment process will enable La Tuque to meet new drinking water quality standards set by the Ministry. The H2O Innovation system is the first surface water product to be certified by the Quebec Ministry of Environment as meeting the requirements of the provincial drinking water quality regulations. More information is available from Carole-Anne DugrÈ at H2O Innovation, 418/688-0170, ext 24, E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org,
Web site www.h2oinnovation.com.