NX Filtration receives order from Delco Water for First Nations water treatment project in Canada.

Delco Water, a Canadian water treatment solutions company, has chosen NX Filtration to supply its hollow fiber nanofiltration (NF) membranes for a new water treatment plant (WTP) in Canada.

This marks the second drinking water project in which NX Filtration provides its ‘direct’ NF (dNF) membranes through Delco Water.

The initiative aims to upgrade and expand the water treatment system for a remote community, delivering clean and dependable drinking water derived from lake water with high organics.

The project is anticipated to have a capacity of around 1,000m3/day and is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2024.

Part of a Canadian investment program for enhancing clean drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure in First Nation communities, this project aligns well with dNF technology, which effectively removes organics and other impurities while offering the end user the lowest cost of ownership and significant sustainability benefits, according to Jay Garcia, municipal sales manager for NX Filtration in North America.

Mark Lewis, sales director at Delco Water, emphasized, “Their hollow fiber NF technology converts lake water into drinking water through a straightforward single-step filtration process, reducing chemical usage and environmental impact. This not only enhances the overall cost of ownership but also holds significant importance for the remote management and support of the system.”

Source : NX Filtration

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