Axios article Ifine Water Canada is expanding its purification capabilities to the Calgary-Parkside region, with a new system that uses an innovative new technology called “Purify” that aims to make water purification even more efficient and cost-effective.
Ifine CEO Jim Beasley said the new system will use a “highly sophisticated” system that will capture all the purifying water, then transfer it to a filter, then use that to clean up the rivers and lagoons that contain the water.
The process will take around 15 to 20 days.
“The water we can purify is almost infinite.
The water we need is almost non-existent, so we have to take advantage of that,” said Beasley.
“The purification process is extremely efficient.
It’s not only a water purifying process but also it is an energy and water purifiers.
It also removes the toxins from the water.”
Beasley said that the system can also purify up to six lakes simultaneously.
If the system was to operate at capacity, it would take about seven days to clean a full lake.
“Our goal is to reduce our consumption of water by 60 per cent by 2020,” he said.
“It’s an energy-saving technology, it’s cost-saving, it reduces our pollution.
We think the technology will be available by 2021, we just need to get the right funding.”
The new system is also designed to help the city of Calgary, which has seen the use of Ifine-branded water in its tap water decrease by more than 80 per cent since it was introduced in 2012.
Calgary has seen an increase in its consumption of municipal water and has been looking for ways to reduce the water use of the city’s tap water, which accounts for nearly two-thirds of its overall water consumption.
If.com reports that ifine water is now being tested in the United States.
The Canadian Water Supply Company and Water Canada are testing Ifine products on tap in Canada and the United Kingdom.