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Outsourcing Rises as Supplier Efficiency Improves

1:37 PM MDT | August 22, 2007 | Kate Phillips

The U.S. market for outsourcing water treatment operations for chemical, refining and other industrial facilities is undergoing a “major transformation,” says a recent study by water treatment consulting firm Eldib Engineering & Research (Berkeley Heights, NJ). The market is growing at double-digit numbers and now exceeds $500 million, the study says. “Outsourcing firms are much more familiar with the water treatment processes and in dealing with the governmental agencies than the typical [chemical] operating company,” says Andrew...

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