Peak Energy Services Trust, an energy services organization operating in western Canada and the US, has entered into three wastewater treatment contracts totaling $5.2m in different industry segments and geographic regions.
Under the first contract, Peak’s wholly owned subsidiary Sanitherm will provide a complete water and wastewater treatment system to support the drilling camps for a major international oil & natural gas producer located on the north slope of Alaska, US.
Peak said that the system will service approximately 120 personnel and will include a Sanitherm SaniBrane Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) for wastewater treatment, a Sanitherm/Hydropro Reverse Osmosis for potable water treatment and a Sanitherm/Pennram incinerator for sludge and garbage disposal.
The company claimed that the total system will generate an estimated $3.5m in revenue. Sanitherm is expected to deliver the system by September 30, 2010.
Peak subsidiary will also provide a wastewater and water treatment solution package to support the exploration camps of a large gold mining company located in Nunavut, Canada, servicing approximately 180 personnel.
The package includes a Sanitherm SaniBrane MBR for wastewater treatment and a Sanitherm NanoFiltration system for potable water treatment, which as a whole are estimated to generate revenue of approximately $1.2m, the company said.
Sanitherm is expected to deliver the system by July 31, 2010.
Peak also announced that it is nearing completion of a successful installation of a wastewater treatment facility on a US Army base facility located in New York. The system includes a Sanitherm SaniBrane MBR using ceramic membrane technology with a daily processing capacity of 3,500 US gallons per day.
Sanitherm is expected to fully install the project in late May 2010. The company said that the entire project will generate revenue of approximately $0.5m.