First Nations Drinking Water System – Manitoba Water Stewardship – Global Hydration announces pilot project in Northern Manitoba whereby a Water Miracle ultrafiltration system will be installed in the water treatment plant of a remote First Nations community. The Water Miracle is being considered as a solution to replace aging water treatment technology and infrastructure in First Nations communties across Manitoba. The simplicity, size and efficacy of the Water Miracle makes it an ideal solution for remote First Nations communties. Using advanced ultrafiltration (UF) technology followed by ultraviolet (UV) light disinfection and residual chlorination, the Water Miracle is capable of 2,000 – 3,000 literes per hour (500-800 gallons per hour). The compact, skid mounted platform and one button operation makes it an ideal water treatment system for any remote community. First Nations Drinking Water System.

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Andrew Moorey, CEO
Global Hydration Water Treatment Systems Inc.

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