ZENON announces $6 million in orders for Alberta and British Columbia
The Fraser Valley Regional District has chosen ZENON Environmental, a global leader in membrane-based water treatment, to supply its ZeeWeed® membrane technology as an expansion to the existing conventional drinking water plant.
Valued at approximately $5 million, the new extension will supply superior quality drinking water to the City of Abbotsford and the Community of Mission, just outside of Vancouver, British Columbia. At this point, water from nearby Norrish Creek is only receiving chlorine treatment. Once ZENON's technology is installed by the summer of 2003, these communities all will be benefiting from the advantages of membranes to ensure a continued supply of safe, clean drinking water.
ZENON also has been awarded a contract for two ZeeWeed® drinking water plants in the communities of Hamlet of Smith and Canyon Creek, Alberta valued in excess of $1 million. One of the plants will be replacing an existing conventional water treatment facility, while the other is an upgrade to the existing plant.
ZENON is a world leader in providing advanced membrane products and services for water purification, wastewater treatment and water reuse.
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