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Industrial Applications Drive New Growth

8:00 AM MDT | August 17, 2012 | —Vincent Valk

Growth prospects for the water treatment chemicals sector vary depending on the application and end market, producers and analysts say. Industrial applications are doing well in general, but municipal applications are being squeezed by local budget constraints, at least in U.S. The outlook also varies within the industrial and municipal water treatment segments depending on the industrial end-market and the specific municipality, says Ray Will, director at IHS Chemical. Cash-strapped municipalities are making life difficult for makers of drinking-water treatment...

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