Visit us at the following upcoming tradeshows:
2017 Membrane Technology Conference & Expo: February 13th - 17th in Long Beach, CA - Booth #401
2017 Iowa Rural Water Show: February 20th - 22nd in Des Moines, IA – Booth #64
Texas Water 2017: April 10th - 13th in Austin, TX – Booth #1325
2017 Design-Build for Water/Wastewater: March 29th - 31st in Minneapolis, MN – Booth #500
ACE17: June 11th - 14th in Philadelphia, PA – Booth #1207
We hope to see you there!
Wigen awarded contract for Uranium Recovery Facility
Wigen has been chosen to design and build a groundwater restoration plant for a uranium recovery facility in New Mexico. Operation is scheduled to commence during third quarter 2015.
Wigen chosen for GM plant
Wigen to tackle PCB removal for a GM plant in Indiana. The multi-process system is expected to be commissioned by the end of 2015.
Vegetable Oil Processor hires Wigen
One of the world's largest vegetable oil processors has contracted with Wigen to design and build its water treatment and chemical delivery systems. The new refinery is located in the Midwestern United States and the project is scheduled for a 2015 completion.
Municipality in ND selects Wigen
Wigen wins municipal drinking water project for a North Dakota community. A late 2015 or early 2016 start-up is expected.
Kansas community chooses Wigen
Kansas community chooses Wigen to supply an integrated Arsenic, Iron, and Manganese removal system. The project is slated to begin operation in 2015.
Wigen wins contract for a Uranium mine in WY
Uranium mine in Wyoming has selected Wigen to build a high recovery membrane treatment plant which is scheduled for completion Fall of 2015.
South Dakota community hires Wigen
A South Dakota city hires Wigen to build hollow fiber UF systems for drinking water. The plant is set to open in 2015.
Wigen chosen for power utility in TX
Power utility in Texas chooses Wigen to build its high purity water plant. Operation is set to begin in fourth quarter 2015.
A CA city looks to Wigen
Wigen chosen to build pressure filters for a California city looking to remove iron and manganese. The plant should be completed in the Fall of 2015.
Pressure Filters for a Maryland community
Maryland community picks Wigen to build pressure filters for drinking water. The system should be operational in third quarter 2015.
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Wigen awarded desalination contract for GTMO
Wigen has been selected to design and build a multi-million dollar filtration and desalination plant for the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base (GTMO) in Cuba. The plant will replace aging infrastructure and offer technologies designed to dramatically reduce current operational costs. The project is expected to be completed in 2015.
Illinois city hires Wigen to furnish NF
A municipality in southwestern Illinois has chosen Wigen to design and build a nanofiltration (NF) system for hardness reduction and color removal. Completion is scheduled for 2015.
Wigen wins universal UF project in California
Wigen's Spectrum Series UF is among the first universal platforms to be installed in North America for municipal use. Facing a severe drought, the City of Santa Barbara, CA moved to improve the situation by having Wigen design and build systems for reusing tertiary wastewater.
National bottled water producer chooses Wigen
A major producer of bottled drinking water contracted with Wigen to design and build a custom ingredient mixing system. Following various purification steps, the system is designed to add a custom blend of ingredients back into the water to enhance the taste. The system was commissioned in the 2nd quarter of 2014.
A water utility in Ohio selects Wigen
Wigen was chosen to design and build advanced membrane treatment systems for two separate municipal sites. Both projects should be operational in early 2014.
Wigen wins contract for City of Chicago
Wigen has been chosen to design and build a sodium hypochlorite distribution system for a municipal reclamation project located in Chicago, IL. The system will be delivered and operational in 2014.
Drinking water system for city in Iowa
A city in Southwestern Iowa selects Wigen to furnish iron filtration and reverse osmosis systems for their drinking water. Late 2014 completion is expected.
University of Colorado at Boulder selects Wigen
Wigen has been contracted to provide condensate polishers as part of a major utility upgrade project for its powerhouse. Delivery is scheduled for first quarter 2014.
Major egg producer looks to Wigen
One of the nation's largest egg producers hires Wigen to build an RO system for their production process. Equipment will be installed in early 2014.
Wigen wins bid for Alabama filtration project
A community in East Central Alabama has approved the Wigen proposal to provide new pressure filters. The project is scheduled to be completed in mid-2014.
Northern Iowa city picks Wigen
Wigen has been selected to build a reverse osmosis system for a municipal wastewater plant in Northern Iowa. Start-up should occur in third quarter 2014.
Filtration and RO for Montana city
A Central Montana community chooses Wigen to design and build pressure filters followed by reverse osmosis for a new water treatment plant. Completion is scheduled for late 2014.
Wigen selected for RO in East Texas
An East Texas community contracts with Wigen to build reverse osmosis equipment for production of high quality drinking water. The project is expected to be operational in third quarter 2014.
Arsenic removal system completed in Kansas
Wigen completed Arsenic removal system start-up for municipality in Northern Kansas. The project was completed in fourth quarter 2013 and is producing excellent results.
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New location added in the US
Wigen has added a location in Phoenix, AZ to its existing operations in Los Angeles, CA, Minneapolis, MN, Denver, CO and Pittsburgh, PA. This location will help support our growth in the southwestern United States.
Wigen receives multi-million dollar North Dakota contract
The North Dakota State Water Commission issued Wigen a multi-million dollar contract for the Phase II expansion of the OMND water treatment plant. The expansion will boost the total production to nearly 8 MGD of UF and RO treated drinking water.
America's leading conventional uranium mining company hires Wigen
A fully integrated producer of uranium and vanadium chose Wigen to help address its arsenic issues. The company was facing stiff EPA sanctions and needed a quick and nimble solution's provider to jump in and prevent a costly shutdown. Wigen's engineering and manufacturing team designed and built a comprehensive treatment system more than six weeks sooner than others could do it.
Tillamook Cheese issues order to Wigen
As part of a large expansion project, the well-known producer of award winning cheeses chose Wigen to design and build a new membrane filtration system. The equipment will be operational in late 2013.
Wigen contracted by Energy-from-Waste producer
Major U.S. Energy-from-Waste (EfW) firm chooses Wigen to design and build advanced water treatment systems for several of its North American facilities. Projects shall be completed in 2013.
California municipal water district selects Wigen
Wigen receives order for reverse osmosis systems to help service a population of nearly 30,000 people in Southern California. Equipment will be commissioned by the end of 2013.
Canadian water utility buys water treatment system
A water utility has hired Wigen to build a potable water system using membrane technology for community expansion near Calgary, AB. The package is scheduled to be delivered by Fall 2013.
Wigen receives Boeing contract
Boeing has chosen Wigen’s UF technology for treatment and recycling of its dye penetrant process. The system shall be installed and operational in the third quarter of 2013.
Ohio municipality chooses Wigen
Following a competitive bidding process, a community in Northwestern Ohio chose to award a contract to Wigen for a reverse osmosis package designed for easy expansion. The equipment is to be started-up in mid-2013.
Wigen wins Kansas filtration contract
A central Kansas municipality has selected Wigen to design and build vertical pressure filters to remove iron and manganese from their well water. The system, which includes automated backwash recovery, will be delivered in the Summer of 2013.
Wigen chosen for Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) remediation project
Wigen has been contracted to design and furnish a pressure filtration system to be used for clean-up of low-level radioactive waste and specific industrial wastes at a site in a Southern Ontario, Canada municipality. Delivery is scheduled for third quarter 2013.
South Dakota water district picks Wigen for UF project
A water district serving three counties in South Dakota, selected Wigen after a competitive bidding process. The project includes three UF skids and ancillary equipment to be delivered by fourth quarter 2013.
Wigen supports the Ridgeview Foundation
As part of a long-standing commitment to support the quality of care delivered by the Ridgeview Medical System, Wigen continues to make substantial contributions aimed at helping to ensure that Ridgeview has the resources to help citizens in our local community. Look for Wigen to again be a key sponsor of Ridgeview’s 28th annual Golf & Taste Celebration event in 2013. Last year, we helped raise over $1 million, making it one of the top golf charity events in Minnesota. Check out www.ridgeviewfoundation.org for more information.
Desalination plant for resort to be designed by Wigen
Marriott Hotels chooses Wigen to design and build a desalination plant for its Frenchman's Reef Resort in the Virgin Islands. The system will be operational by the Fall of 2012.
Municipality in Iowa hires Wigen to build water treatment equipment
Central Iowa city picks Wigen to provide vertical pressure filters and reverse osmosis equipment for a new water treatment plant. The project is valued at $1M and will be delivered in 2013.
Nuclear power station contracts Wigen to build UF/RO
Wigen earns contract to build a $3M UF/RO system for a nuclear power station in the southeastern United States. The system will produce approximately 5 MGD of purified water for the plant process and will be installed in 2013.
Wigen selected to build 3 MGD RO system
A community in Kansas awards Wigen an $850K order to build a 3 MGD RO system for a new water treatment plant. The system will be delivered and operational in 2013.
Pressure filters and RO system to be built by Wigen
Wigen obtains a $900K order to build pressure filters and a two-pass RO system for a Japanese manufacturer of amino acids, nucleic acids and related compounds. The system will be commissioned in early 2013.
Wigen to build purification system
Wigen hired to design and build an $825K purification system for treatment of produced water at a new facility being constructed in the western United States. Completion should occur in early 2013.
Wigen receives order for Waukegan Harbor project in Illinois
Wigen awarded $1M contract for Waukegan Harbor EPA Superfund project. Wigen will provide remediation equipment to aid in the cleanup of PCB contaminated sediment within the Waukegan, IL harbor of western Lake Michigan. The project is scheduled to go online in mid 2012.
Wigen chosen to build new water treatment system
Wigen receives $3M order to build a water treatment system for a new U.S. based Integrated Biorefinery plant producing transportation fuels and green energy. The system includes 5,000 gpm cooling tower filters and 3,000 gpm feed pumps, multi-media filters, two-pass reverse osmosis and demineralizers. Fall 2012 completion is expected.
UF and RO system delivered to the state of North Dakota
Wigen delivers $2.3M integrated ultrafiltration (UF) and reverse osmosis (RO) system to the state of North Dakota. The system will provide clean drinking water for three cities, nearly a dozen contract users and over 1,200 rural users throughout Southwestern North Dakota. The first phase will be commissioned by mid-2012 and deliver about 3.5 MGD of clean water. The second phase will increase the capacity to over 5.5 MGD.
First large scale North American ultrafiltration system using Toray UF modules starts up
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Wigen awarded contract for filtration and reverse osmosis system
A municipality in Northeastern Colorado has awarded Wigen a $700K contract to build a new 1.2 MGD iron/manganese filtration and reverse osmosis system. Plant is expected to go online by the end of 2012.
Municipality in North Carolina hires Wigen to build ion exchange plant
Wigen receives contract to build an ion exchange plant for municipality in West Central North Carolina. The plant is designed to reduce hardness, iron, manganese and radium, and is scheduled to be operational by the end of 2012.
Wigen selected to build a new arsenic removal plant in California
A central California county reviewed proposals from several firms and selected Wigen to design and build a new arsenic removal plant. The vertical pressure filter system will be commissioned during the second quarter of 2012.
Wigen chosen by U.S. Army for iron and manganese removal
U.S. Army awards contract to Wigen for iron and manganese removal for an operation in South Central Texas. The dual media type system will be placed online in early 2012.
Gravity filter and ion exchange system to be built by Wigen
Central Minnesota city selects Wigen to build new iron removal and softening plant. The double-cell gravity filter and ion exchange systems will be delivered and commissioned by mid-2012.
contract to manufacture 3 MGD municipal reverse osmosis plant
A city in central Ohio approved plans to purchase a custom built membrane
treatment system, to comply with Ohio EPA regulations for TDS and sodium
wastewater discharge levels. The plant is expected to be operational by the end
Reverse osmosis plant goes online in West Central, Minnesota
Wigen successfully commissions a new 1 MGD reverse osmosis plant for a municipal client in West Central, Minnesota. The system was installed to soften and remove nitrates from several existing wells.
Wigen awarded three municipal UF projects for a utility in North Dakota
A municipal client in North Dakota recently contracted with Wigen to design and build ultrafiltration (UF) equipment for three separate drinking water plants, fed with surface water from the Missouri River.
Power plant orders four-train two-pass RO system from Wigen
A major power utility located in the Southeastern U.S. recently ordered four two-pass RO systems for high pressure boiler feed. The project scope includes a chemical dosing system, membrane units, integrated CIP, permeate distribution system, electrical switchgear and a process control system.
Major biofuels producer hires Wigen to design & build iron removal plant
One of the world's largest Biofuels producers hired Wigen to design and build an iron removal plant, and expand their existing RO system. When complete, the iron removal plant will treat nearly 1 MGD and recycle much of the backwash water using a patent pending process developed by Wigen engineers.
Wigen wins contract to build two membrane treatment plants for municipal drinking water
A municipal client in Minnesota issued a contract to Wigen to manufacture feed pump skids, primary RO units and RO concentrate recovery systems. When fully operational, the plants will produce more than 4.5 MGD of treated drinking water, while reducing the wastewater created by more than 40%.
Wigen receives order for municipal UF plant in South Dakota
A municipal client in South Dakota has chosen Wigen to design and deliver a complete UF membrane system, designed to treat surface water. The system will replace antiquated treatment equipment, no longer capable of meeting the desired water quality standards.
Global food & beverage giant hires Wigen to build treatment plant
A major food and beverage producer has selected Wigen to design and build a new condensate polishing system, media filtration plant, membrane equipment and distribution system for one of its Midwest facilities. The design recently received awards from the client's environmental team, for its conservation strategies.
US EPA engages Wigen to design and build high purity water treatment systems
The US EPA awarded contracts to Wigen for the design and construction of high purity treatment systems in several locations throughout the RTP campus in North Carolina, where air pollution research is conducted.