BQE Water to continue to service Raglan

BQE Water and Glencore Canada have renewed an operations services agreement for water treatment at the Raglan nickel mine in Nunavik, Quebec. BQE provides services in the Nunavik region in a joint venture with Nuvumiut Developments, an Inuit community-based organization. 

Under the terms of the multi-year agreement with an option to extend, the JV is responsible for clean water production for environmental discharge and meeting effluent quality that ensures the health of the pristine aquatic environment in the region.

“We are extremely proud to have earned the trust and the opportunity to continue working with Glencore as a long-term partner,” said David Kratochvil, president and CEO of BQE Water. 

“As one of the global leaders in mining, Glencore has very high standards in health and safety and environmental protection. I attribute the contract renewal to our ability to meet these standards while continuing to innovate and improve our service year after year.”

BQE has operated at Raglan for 21 consecutive years, uninterrupted even by the pandemic.

Source: BQE Water

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