EmerGence Client, IWT: Scaling Remote Water Treatment

March 30, 2016

Montague, P.E.I.-based Island Water Technologies, which uses its unique technologies to treat wastewater in small communities or outlying areas, is now working with three distributors to sell its ClearPod product across Canada.

Island Water technologies is a member of the PEI BioAlliance’s EmerGence BioScience Business Incubation program.


Patrick Kiely is the co-founder of Island Water Technologies, an organization that prides itself on being a catalyst for water technology innovation by identifying and validating next generation solutions at the intersection of renewable energy and wastewater treatment.

Patrick Kiely, the company’s CEO, is certain sales of ClearPod — a small device that is dropped into a septic tank to restore performance of failing systems — will increase through the year.

“I hope the highlight of 2016 will be the installation of one or two of the world’s first mobile solar-powered water treatment plants — one in New Brunswick and one in North Africa,” said Kiely in an interview last week. “Now that’s an optimistic goal, but it’s what we’re working toward.”

Read the full story from Entrevestor.com HERE!