Electric water purifiers and other new water purification technologies: The companies that are building them
By James O’BrienPublished Mar 06, 2018 05:45:47The Canadian government’s move to ban the use of coal-fired electricity for water purifying has sparked a flood of new products, but some of the products being marketed for that purpose don’t comply with the federal government’s new guidelines.
The country’s largest water purist, Reynolds, said it was also considering an expansion of its product line, but the company has said it will stay in business with the current technology.
It’s been a good year for Reynolds.
It’s not going to go away anytime soon, and I think this is a positive thing for the industry, said Mark Reynolds, chairman and CEO of the Canadian Water Purifier Industry Association.
The government has also decided to regulate the use and sales of electric water pumps, which can supply up to a million litres of water per day to residential and business customers.
This is a very big decision for our industry, he said.
We don’t know yet what impact that will have on our businesses and our customers, but we are going to continue to work on our products.
A number of the companies competing in the market are already complying with the new guidelines, which include the installation of new boilers and purification systems.
In addition to the water purificators, other products that comply with federal guidelines include a water purifiant, a heat exchanger, an electrochemical water purifiier, a water filtration system and a water heat exchangers.
The Government of Canada is asking businesses and individuals to buy the products.
The agency said in a release that the products are safe and will help meet the government’s goal of meeting a 2030 target of eliminating the use, use and overuse of the most toxic form of carbon monoxide.
Renewable energy companies have been scrambling to develop new products for water use.
They have been working with companies to find a way to meet the federal guidelines and keep their water supplies clean.
Renault Canada, the world’s largest wind turbine manufacturer, said in January it was testing a water-purifying system in its Quebec plant.
It would work similar to the ones being tested at other plants across Canada, said Michael Haddad, president of Renewable Canada.
We are working on a new process that is similar to that used in the United States.
We have not had to come up with a solution for over 100 years.
It took us 10 years, but now it’s happening, said Haddid.