H2O Innovation has signed five new contracts, totaling $1.9 million.

The municipality of St-Adolphe-d’Howard, Quebec, has signed on for a packaged nanofiltration treatment system including all pre-treatments. This plant will be using H2O’s technology: NanH2Ofiltration.

The company was awarded two other contracts for the design and manufacture of containerized treatment units. The first one will be used to treat an industrial effluent in Oceanside, California, and the second will be used to produce drinking water for a workers camp in Northern Quebec.

Wastewater Technology Inc., a US subsidiary of H2O, has been awarded a contract by Primland Resort, located in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. WTI will build a wastewater treatment plant using Bio-BraneTM patented technology to treat 90,000 gallons per day of sewage effluent to be used for irrigation of the golf course and landscaping. The project should start immediately for completion in the third quarter of 2009.

Finally, H2O’s latest acquisition, Itasca Systems Inc., has been awarded a contract by Olmsted County Waste to Energy, a company based in Rochester, Minnesota. Itasca will provide the energy production facility a complete water treatment plant including a double pass reverse osmosis system, activated carbon filters, a decarbonator tower, and demineralizers.

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