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Frontier Water Systems

frontierwater.com

Founded Year

2012

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$4.27M

Revenue

$0000 

About Frontier Water Systems

Frontier Water Systems supplies premium engineered equipment packages for high rate treatment of selenium and metals from water and wastewater associated with coal power generation, mining operations, agriculture, and other industries. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in San Diego, CA. On April 4th, 2022, Frontier Water Systems was acquired by Evoqua Water Technologies. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquarters Location

3442 Sutherland Street

San Diego, California, 92110,

United States

619-326-9999

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Frontier Water Systems Patents

Frontier Water Systems has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Environmental engineering
  • Membrane technology
  • Water pollution
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

3/13/2014

Water treatment, Biotechnology, Environmental engineering, Bioreactors, Water pollution

Application

Application Date

3/13/2014

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Water treatment, Biotechnology, Environmental engineering, Bioreactors, Water pollution

Status

Application

Latest Frontier Water Systems News

Court action by Milliken alleges selenium-treatment failures

Oct 28, 2022

MILLIKEN — The town of Milliken is suing a Golden-based contractor and two Pennsylvania-based companies, alleging that a selenium-treatment system designed and built for the town’s reverse-osmosis water-treatment plant failed on multiple occasions. The suit was filed Oct. 11 in Weld County District Court against Stanek Constructors Inc., based in Golden, as well as Frontier Water Systems LLC and Evoqua Water Technologies Corp., both based in Pittsburgh. According to the court filing, the town contracted with Stanek on Sept. 12, 2018, to build the treatment system, and Stanek in turn hired Frontier, which manufactured and sold a SeHAWK modular bioreactor for installation at the water plant. According to the Stanek website, the contract was for $3.384 million and the installation included an odor-control system and scrubbers, nutrient and backwash tanks, media filtration, biofeed and production pumps, a hydrogen-peroxide system, blowers, air compressors, pumps, a metal building with a waste sump, and electrical and instrumentation equipment. The project also called for placement of 200 cubic yards of concrete, 500 linear feet of underground pipe and about 1,100 linear feet of interior process pipe, The town contends that the selenium-treatment system failed on three occasions. The first two sets of repairs also failed, it said, and “the third and final set of repairs has not yet been proven to be successful.” As a result of what the complaint calls a breach of contract, the complaint says, “the town has been injured and is entitled to recover monetary damages to compensate for such injuries, including, without limitation, damages resulting from being forced to obtain alternative sources of water and damages resulting from lost staff time in coordinating and facilitating repairs.” According to the complaint, Evoqua has become responsible for Frontier’s obligations. The town is asking the court to decide what indemnification Stanek owes to the town. Calls to Stanek officials and to the town’s attorney, Matthew Gould of Fort Collins-based Bell, Gould, Linder & Scott PC, had not been returned in time for BizWest’s deadline. MILLIKEN — The town of Milliken is suing a Golden-based contractor and two Pennsylvania-based companies, alleging that a selenium-treatment system designed and built for the town’s reverse-osmosis water-treatment plant failed on multiple occasions. The suit was filed Oct. 11 in Weld County District Court against Stanek Constructors Inc., based in Golden, as well as Frontier Water Systems LLC and Evoqua Water Technologies Corp., both based in Pittsburgh. According to the court filing, the town contracted with Stanek on Sept. 12, 2018, to build the treatment system, and Stanek in turn hired Frontier, which manufactured and sold a SeHAWK modular bioreactor for installation… Subscribe now to view this article. Want to See More! ?

Frontier Water Systems Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Frontier Water Systems founded?

    Frontier Water Systems was founded in 2012.

  • Where is Frontier Water Systems's headquarters?

    Frontier Water Systems's headquarters is located at 3442 Sutherland Street, San Diego.

  • What is Frontier Water Systems's latest funding round?

    Frontier Water Systems's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Frontier Water Systems raise?

    Frontier Water Systems raised a total of $4.27M.

  • Who are the investors of Frontier Water Systems?

    Investors of Frontier Water Systems include Evoqua Water Technologies.

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