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Key Industries / Green Economy / Water Tech

Invest Vancouver's latest report reveals that water tech, a hidden gem of the clean tech sector, provides an untapped economic opportunity for the Metro Vancouver region, serving a multi-billion dollar global market.

Water tech encompasses technology that mitigates risk for utilities, industrial water users, and households while producing benefits such as lower carbon intensity, more efficient use of resources, and reduced environmental impact — including fewer pollutants and less waste.

Read Water Tech: The Metro Vancouver Region's Untapped Clean Tech Opportunity for an overview of the Metro Vancouver water tech sector and its opportunities and challenges, and see recommendations for capitalizing on this untapped clean tech sector.



Water Tech: The Metro Vancouver Region’s Untapped Clean Tech Opportunity

This report spotlights the Metro Vancouver water tech sector and its opportunities and challenges, and makes recommendations intended to capitalize on this untapped clean tech sector.

Water Tech: Untapped Clean Tech Opportunity – Executive Summary

This summary presentation provides an overview of the report methodology, findings and recommendations.

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