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Pollution Control – Wastewater Treatment
A Top Export Prospect for Colombia

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Overview

Canada has over 3,700 water and wastewater treatment facilities. 399 plants have been deemed high-risk and need to be brought to code by 2020. Canada’s wastewater equipment market is expected to increase to $1.17 billion by the end of 2012.

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Sub-Sector Best Prospects

The following technologies and equipment will be required to upgrade from primary to secondary, and from secondary to tertiary wastewater treatment facilities:

  • New Tertiary Membrane Treatment Plants
  • Chlorine Tanks
  • Upgrades to Secondary and Tertiary Treatment Facilities
  • UV Disinfection systems

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Opportunities

  • Wastewater treatment facilities in Newfoundland Labrador, Quebec, Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Yukon, and an additional 150 federally owned plants throughout Canada by 2020.
  • First Nation Communities 18 water projects - $165 million in federal funding allocated
  • Capital Region District Wastewater treatment plant ($782 million) Victoria, BC

Major upcoming events/trade shows supported by CS Canada in this sector:

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Web Resources

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