BioteQ land $1.4M contract for water treatment plant

Deal includes design and engineering services at proposed new mine

November 21, 2011
by Purchasingb2b Staff

VANCOUVER: Industrial wastewater treatment company BioteQ Environmental Technologies has secured a contract from an international mining customer to provide design and engineering services for a water treatment system. Through the contract—valued at approximately CDN$1.4 million—work will commence immediately and wrap up in about six months.

“BioteQ has worked with this customer on this particular project since 2008 to design a multi-stage water treatment system for a proposed new mine,” said BioteQ’s CEO Jonathan Wilkinson. “This new contract represents the third stage of work on the project and is focused on providing detailed capital and operating cost estimates that will enable the customer to make a final investment decision about the water treatment plant. This new contract is a reflection of the strength and growing maturity of BioteQ’s commercial pipeline and represents a significant step forward for the company.”