Water treatment chemicals market rebounding

Many water treatment chemical companies have recently finished a period of cost reductions, however the market is rebounding, the McIlvaine Company reports...

Many water treatment chemical companies have recently finished a period of cost reductions, however the market is rebounding, the McIlvaine Company reports in its latest "Water and Wastewater Chemicals: World Markets" that forecasts treatment chemical sales of US$ 18.3 billion in 2006, rising from US$ 16.4 billion in 2003.

Double-digit growth will occur in metal separation, odour control and desalination industries. Municipal wastewater plants globally are accelerating odour control activities, and the growing desalination industry needs treatment chemicals to prevent scaling on membranes. For more information, visit www.mcilvainecompany.com.

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