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H2O is a go winning $4.5M Alberta contract


January 9, 2018  


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H2O Innovation Inc. recently won an operation and maintenance contract in Alberta totalling $4.5 million over a five-year period, building on its record of membrane filtration systems.

“We are very excited about this large-scale operation and maintenance project in Canada,” stated Ryan Waldie, Vice President – Business Development & Strategic Partnership of H2O Innovation in a company press release. “We have leveraged combined strength of utility partners and our capital equipment project team to accelerate our growth and develop new territories for our O&M business line.”

Services performed by H2O Innovation will be related to daily operation, monitoring and maintenance of water and wastewater systems located within the Kananaskis Region of Alberta. The contract consists of the operation and maintenance of 11 potable water treatment systems and two wastewater treatment systems with 28 sewage lift stations.

One of the plants H2O Innovation will operate under this contract is a membrane filtration system which was supplied by the corporation back in 2007.

“Over the years, H2O Innovation has installed hundreds of membrane filtration systems in Canada, all of which would be great opportunities to expand our O&M platform in the country,” stated Greg Bishop – Corporate Client Service Manager of Utility Partners, the operation and maintenance business line of H2O Innovation. “This project in the Kananaskis region should pave the way for future operation and maintenance contracts.”

(H2O Innovation Inc.)