Industrial water withdrawals have declined in Canada, driven by multi-decade trends in more efficient water usage across industrial systems (e.g. cooling systems), a proliferation of water reuse applications, and, at a macro-level, an evolving Canadian industrial landscape.
Economically, the market for industrial water management Canada – acquisition, treatment, reuse – exceeded US$1.36 billion in 2018. Over half of the market originates in hydraulic fracturing, food, and pulp and paper sectors.
Bluefield’s analysis covering over 7,500 industrial facilities across all 10 provinces highlights the extreme variation in water management spending across 20 industry verticals. This report analyzes the top 10 verticals by market size.
In this Market Insight, Bluefield water experts analyze:
- The Industrial Water Landscape in Canada
- Five Year Outlook for Industrial Water
- Key Industry Vertical Profiles