Arsenic removal technology by ADI wins award
October 20, 2006
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
The New Brunswick consulting engineering firm ADI has won this year's Canadian Innovation Award for Environmental T...
The New Brunswick consulting engineering firm ADI has won this year’s Canadian Innovation Award for Environmental Technology.<br>
The award was presented to ADI for its MEDIA G2 (r) technology that removes arsenic from drinking water. The technology has been commercialized and sold around the world, including in the U.S., Japan and New Zealand. More ADI arsenic removal systems have been installed in the United States than any other system.<br>
The award was presented on October 3 in Calgary, Alberta.<br>
ADI, based in Fredericton, New Brunswick, has 12 offices working on projects in over 30 countries around the globe.<br>