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Biorem receives $2.3 million in new orders

Biorem, a clean technology company that designs and supplies biological-based air emissions control systems, announced the receipt of two separate orders for odor control systems totalling $2.3 million.


The first order is for a large scale four cell biofilter designed to treat air emissions from a wastewater treatment plant and biosolids processing building located in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The second order is for a biotrickling filter treating hydrogen sulfide at a wastewater treatment plant in the southeastern region of the United States.


“Our growth in recent years is a strong endorsement of our technology, its efficiency, low maintenance requirements and superior performance and economics,” said Peter Bruijns, president and CEO. “We lead the industry in biological odor abatement and are confident that the implementation of our systems will have a very positive impact on the quality of life and potentially the property values of residences in these areas. It is rewarding to have our technology adopted both locally and around the world.”


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June 29, 2010  By  John Gilson

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