The contracts, awarded before the end of its third quarter of fiscal year 2012 ended 30 March 2012, bring order backlog for water treatment systems and equipment to $28.1m as of 30 March 2012.

A contract, awarded by an oil & gas producer in Northern Alberta, requires H2O Innovation to design, build, test and commission a greensand and reverse osmosis system for a boiler feed water treatment package.

The California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, will receive a two-skid reverse osmosis water treatment system that will produce potable water from the company.

H2O Innovation will also deliver operator training, installation assistance and performance testing services.

It will design and provide a nanofiltration membrane treatment system including pre-treatment to the Municipality of Sainte-Sophie in Laurentians region, Quebec.

The system will deliver drinking water by removing sulphides and dissolved solids from raw water taken from an underground source.

A contract awarded by the Swan Lake First Nation in Manitoba requires H2O Innovation to design and provide a skid-mounted drinking water production system composed of green sand filters and reverse osmosis with calcite polishing.

H2O Innovation’s scope includes the supply of associated feed, recirculation and distribution pumps.

It will also design, assemble and provide a reverse osmosis system to the Yucaipa Valley Water District in California.

H2O Innovation provides integrated technological water treatment solutions based on membrane filtration technology to municipal, energy & mining end-users.