News | November 12, 2019

Fluence Receives US$5M Contract For A Containerized System For Industrial Client In Argentina

Source: Fluence

Fluence Corporation Limited is pleased to announce the execution of a contract denominated in United States Dollars with a value exceeding US$5M to provide a 10,320 m3 /day pre-engineered and containerized Smart Products Solution water treatment system to a greenfield lithium mining project in Argentina. The system will combine proven technologies, such as ultrafiltration, high efficiency reverse osmosis, ion exchange, and enhanced sedimentation to treat well water and provide filtered, demineralized, high purity, and potable water. Delivery of the system is expected in late 2020, with commissioning to occur in early 2021.

Commenting on this award, Fluence Managing Director & CEO Henry Charrabé said: “This represents our second order from the Argentinian lithium industry in the past month and our fifth order overall in the past few years. Our decentralized, standardized and pre-engineered solutions are ideal for remote man camps and industrial operations, as they are fast to deploy, easy to move and require minimal operations and maintenance. We look forward to growing our presence in the nascent lithium industry and to offering standardized, pre-engineered solutions to industrial clients around the world.”

About Fluence Corporation Limited
Fluence is a leader in the decentralized water, wastewater and reuse treatment markets, with its Smart Products Solutions, including Aspiral, NIROBOX and SUBRE. Fluence offers an integrated range of services across the complete water cycle, from early stage evaluation, through design and delivery to ongoing support and optimization of water related assets, as well as Build Own Operate Transfer (BOOT) and other recurring revenue solutions. With established operations in North America, South America, the Middle East, Europe and China, Fluence has experience operating in over 70 countries worldwide and enables businesses and communities worldwide to maximize their water resources. For more information, visit

Source: Fluence