Title: Large Individual Projects and Multiple Small Projects by Large Treatment Plants make Sales easier for Suppliers to North American Municipal Wastewater Plants

Ten percent of North America’s 20,000 wastewater plants buy the majority of the flow control and treatment equipment purchased by wastewater treatment plants in North America. Their large expansions and upgrades account for a majority of capital expenditures. This allows the supplier to identify his prospects months or years in advance of the actual sale. If the supplier is relying on quality rather than price to sell his product, then the opportunity to shape the final decision well in advance is critical. An example of a large project is The Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant in Vancouver. It has been told by the federal government it must upgrade to secondary treatment by December 31, 2020. The plant is one of two remaining primary treatment plants in the region. New federal regulations require all primary treatment plants be upgraded to secondary treatment. The cost will exceed $2 billion. So this is a project which will involve contacts with the city and A/E over the next two years in order to maximize order potential.

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  • McIlvaine

  • Wastewater Treatment


  • Sales

  • Supplier





  • 5/13/2016


  • News Release