July 18, 2007 10:00 ET

Corix Water Systems Selected by Town of Dalhousie to Supply New Water Treatment Plant

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - July 18, 2007) - The Town of Dalhousie, New Brunswick has selected Corix Water Systems as the successful proponent to design and supply its new water treatment plant.

"Corix was selected after a competitive bid process," said Eddie Guitard, Public Works Supervisor, Town of Dalhousie. "Their proposal was selected because of Corix's previous experience with this kind of work in Canada, and specifically the work it has done with potable water systems."

Corix is proposing to use Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) technology, something it has significant experience and success implementing in many other locations. One of the benefits of this design is that it provides long-term, trouble free operation.

"We are very pleased to be doing this project with Dalhousie," said Jack Touhey, Vice President, Operations, for Corix. "A clean, abundant and safe water supply is a priority for our customers all across Canada. And by working in partnership with municipalities like Dalhousie, we can guarantee the highest safety standards, best possible service and most cost-effective delivery of water products and services."

Corix Water Systems is part of the Corix Group of Companies, a BC-based community utility infrastructure provider of innovative solutions in the water, wastewater and energy sectors. It has designed or built in excess of 500 water and wastewater systems across North America, and currently operates more than 100 systems in over 50 communities in western Canada.

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