APTwater, a provider of water and wastewater treatment process technologies and services, has secured a multi-million dollar contract from an American aerospace company for treatment of contaminated ground water.

Under this contract, APTwater will supply its HiPOx technology, which will be used to remediate contaminated groundwater by focusing on regulated compounds, including 1,4-dioxane, at two different sites in California, while generating no waste.

This new contract is a testament the capability of APTwater operating over 200 water treatment sites nationwide and international sites in Canada and Asia to develop novel water process technologies to enable water reuse.

APTwater CEO David Stanton said that the company’s success with tough-to-treat compounds is at the core of its expertise and technology and this new contract is a great example of how the company’s patented HiPOx technology can be applied to challenging water remediation.