Tri-Tech awarded major flash flood early warning and hydrologic monitoring system contracts

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Tri-Tech awarded major flash flood early warning and hydrologic monitoring system contracts

 

By
Greentech Lead Team
: Tri-Tech Holding, a provider of turn-key
water resources management, announced that it has been awarded contracts for
flash flood early warning and small river hydrologic monitoring projects in
three provinces in China. The projects totaled approximately $5.26
million.

The
contracts include implementation of communication modules and automated data
collection modules for rainfall and water levels. Tri-Tech  will
responsible for the production or procurement of equipment, software
development, integration and installation of the systems and technical training
to customers.

“While
we achieved remarkable results in the flash flood monitoring and early warning
sector in the past year, we also laid a strong foundation for expansion in the
river hydrologic sector with our small river hydrologic monitoring systems
in Sichuan and Yunnan provinces. In 2012, we will
continue to focus on growing our business in the flash flood early warning and
small river hydrologic monitoring sectors,” said Warren
Zhao, CEO of Tri-Tech Holding.

Tri-Tech
will provide flash flood monitoring and forecasting systems for nine counties
and cities in Hunan and Henan provinces. Each system includes an
information collection module, an early warning module and an information
dissemination platform. The company will also provide river hydrologic
monitoring systems for four cities in Hebei Province.

Tri-Tech
recently announced that it secured a $1.5 million strategic collaboration
agreement with Wuhan Natural Gas High-Pressure Pipeline
(“NGHP”). The agreement  outlines a framework for
automated control system for natural gas plants,
terminal stations and distribution pipelines in the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province. 

 

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