FilterBoxx to supply wastewater treatment and recycle plant for pharmaceutical firm


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FilterBoxx Packaged Water Solutions has secured a contract to supply a 150,000m³ per annum wastewater treatment and recycling plant for a major pharmaceutical firm.

FliterBoxx stated that the client is also a leading medical device manufacturer.

FilterBoxx Water & Environmental Corp CEO Larry Novachis said: "With more and more facilities looking to drive production and cost-efficiencies, infrastructure and utilities can often be a significant source of effective change and savings. The cost of water, wastewater and energy continue to increase on an annual basis without any sign of relief in sight.

"Our client on this project elected to take affirmative action and put operational cost-control measures into their fiscal mandate. While they undertook several initiatives in this regard, one of them was to find a means to reduce the costs of wastewater disposal and freshwater supply through high-end treatment and recycling."

"Infrastructure and utilities can often be a significant source of effective change and savings."

FilterBoxx claimed that it would offer an innovative process design through, which its client will be able to significantly cut operational costs related to water supply and wastewater disposal.

The process will enable providing of higher quality water to cooling towers, as well as help in bolstering operational efficiency.

FilterBoxx will provide a skid-based ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis system, which will treat and recycle more than 75% of wastewater from the plant.

Last November, the company received a contract to install two critical water treatment/recycling plants for a green field industrial client in Quebec, Canada.

FilterBoxx Packaged Water Solutions and FilterBoxx Energy Services are subsidiaries of FilterBoxx Water & Environmental Corp.


Image: FilterBoxx will provide a skid-based ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis system, which will treat and recycle more than 75% of wastewater. Photo: courtesy of Toa55/FreeDigitalPhotos.