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Seair receives order from SNC-Lavalin

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Seair Inc. (Seair) has announced the acceptance of a significant purchase order from SNC-Lavalin Inc. To satisfy the requirements of this large overseas construction project, Seair's ultra high efficiency gaseous diffusion technology is employed to remove hydrocarbons and other contaminants from a dewatering operation enabling the water to be safely discharged to environmental standards.

Seair is a Calgary-based clean technology company. Seair has commercialised proprietary technology that can diffuse gases, such as oxygen, ozone and carbon dioxide, into liquids more effectively and with lower power consumption than the competition. Seair's patented technologies can produce micron size bubbles that are more efficient than other diffusion technologies because the diffused gases remain in solution for extended periods of time, leading to increased productivity and lower operating costs.

"Seair's excellent references and similar experience led to this opportunity and we are pleased to see the expansion of our technology. The ability to oxidise contaminants such as heavy metals, hydrogen sulfide and organic components, using only air as the input gas, positions Seair as the most efficient and cost effective solution in wastewater applications such as this", said Seair's CEO, Jeff Seibert, adding, "This is a widespread, global application that exists in all industries and markets. We look forward to satisfying more of these projects both domestically and internationally".

Seair applications include oil sands steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) water solutions, frac and produced water treatment, industrial ponds treatment, mine dewatering and treatment, end to end sewage treatment for permanent residential communities and remote work camps and most recently, industrial emissions treatment.

Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

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