AIM-listed Modern Water, the owner of water technologies for the production of fresh water, has secured its first sales of trace metal analysers in Scandinavia.
The company said that an order for its OVA on-line water monitoring product had been received from Tekniska Verken Power Plant, a Swedish-based company that would use the equipment for real-time monitoring of zinc, cadmium and lead.
Simon Humphrey, Chief Executive Officer of Modern Water, said: "We are excited to have sold our first trace metal monitoring equipment in Scandinavia and look forward to pursuing further opportunities for many other waste to energy power plants around the world."
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Modern Water's share price was up 1.31% to 58p at 09:46 on Tuesday.
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