BioteQ Signs Operating Contract for Water Treatment at Canadian Mine Site

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Operating contract follows BioteQ’s recent agreement with Minto Explorations, Ltd., to design and build Minto Mine water treatment plant

BioteQ Environmental Technologies, Inc., a provider of treatment of industrial wastewater, has signed a contract with Minto Explorations, Ltd., a subsidiary of Capstone Mining Corp., to provide water treatment services at the Minto Mine, a copper mine located in the Canadian Yukon. The contract, which has a three-year term, provides BioteQ with a water treatment fee based on the volume of water treated, plus fees for labor. Minto provides for operating consumables. Because of the northern location, operation of the water treatment plant at the site will be seasonal, commencing with the spring snowmelt, and running through the summer months.

The operating contract follows BioteQ’s recent agreement with Minto Explorations, Ltd., to design and build the Minto Mine water treatment plant, for installation before spring runoff in 2010. BioteQ will provide a process guarantee that the plant will operate in accordance with the plant’s design criteria during the term of the operating contract.

BioteQ is a water treatment company that applies technologies and operating expertise to aim to solve challenging water treatment problems, aiming to reduce environmental liabilities while delivering lower life cycle costs for water treatment. The company’s technologies treat industrial wastewater contaminated with dissolved heavy metals and sulphate. BioteQ has built eight plants at sites in Canada, the U.S., China, Australia and Mexico, with additional projects in design and construction.

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