In 2018, Napier-Reid provided a pressure filtration system designed to remove manganese and iron from groundwater to the Chapleau Cree First Nation. The system consists of two skid-mounted MD-80 filter trains and two GAC filters also mounted on a skid. Each filter was designed for a 315.36 m³/day capacity.

The full scope of supply provided by Napier-Reid includes one lot of exterior and interior finish, one lot of process control valves, one lot of equipment and sensors, a control panel, and drawings and manuals. Additionally, an air scour blower assembly and a Turbidity Analyzer Panel was provided for the MD-80 skid, as well as an Ultra Violet Transmittance Analyzer Panel for taking samples from each GAC contactor.