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Water Treatment Demand Keeps Rising

1:56 PM MDT | May 27, 2009 | Gregory DL Morris

Some of the chemical industry’s mega-mergers have resulted in further consolidation of the water treatment market and in the creation of several mega-size market players. These players say that consolidation has not greatly altered the competitive balance in the market, but that their greater size will improve their focus on applications that have held up well despite the economic downturn. World demand for chemical and non-chemical water treatments is projected to increase 6.4%/year to nearly $40 billion in 2011, says the Fredonia Group (Cleveland)...

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