Peak Energy Services Trust, a diversified energy services organization, has secured a follow-on contract worth $3.3m from an oil and natural gas producer client for the development of a wastewater treatment system in Alaska, the US.

The new wastewater treatment system, to be fabricated by Sanitherm, a wholly owned subsidiary of Peak, will feature Sanitherm SaniBrane Membrane Bioreactor for wastewater treatment, to serve approximately 120 personnel at the client’s operation site.

Further, the wastewater treatment system that is scheduled to be operational by March 2011 will include Sanitherm/Hydropro Reverse Osmosis for potable water treatment and a Sanitherm/Pennram incinerator for sludge and garbage disposal.

Peak Energy president and chief operating officer Curt Whitteron said Peak is committed to the environment and will continue, through its Sanitherm operation, to pursue opportunities in the wastewater treatment and water conservation areas in North America and beyond.

“Contracts of this nature further augment Peak’s strategy to deliver a diverse range of wastewater treatment products and services to the oil and natural gas industry and various other industries throughout North America,” Whitteron said.