Canadian Water Treatment Market Worth $2.51 Billion

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The Canadian Water Quality Association (CWQA) conducted a survey of its membership to better understand the breadth and scope of professionals working in fields related to the provision of treated water. Based on revenues reported in the survey, CWQA estimates its members alone represent $561 million of a nearly $2.51 billion Canada-wide market. While the […]

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