Canada at a Glance, Environment edition
Businesses

Chart 27 Revenue from sales of environmental goods manufactured in Canada, by type of good, 2012

Data table for Chart 27
Table summary
This table displays the results of Data table for Chart 27 Millions of dollars (appearing as column headers).
  Millions of dollars
Renewable energy production technologies 603.3
Non-hazardous waste management technologies 308.5
Industrial flue gas management technologiesData table Note 1 167.4
Industrial wastewater treatment technologiesData table Note 2 506.7
Remediation technologiesData table Note 3 184.3
Table 21
Environmental and other scientific and technical consulting services, operating revenue
Table summary
This table displays the results of Environmental and other scientific and technical consulting services. The information is grouped by (appearing as row headers), 2012, 2015 and 2012 to 2015, calculated using millions of dollars and % change units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  2012 2015 2012 to 2015
millions of dollars % change
Canada 5,484.6 6,107.2 11.4
Newfoundland and Labrador 45.7 56.6 23.9
Prince Edward Island 3.1 5.7 83.9
Nova Scotia 92.1 129.2 40.3
New Brunswick 27.1 44.1 62.7
Quebec 510.8 557.3 9.1
Ontario 1,405.3 1,682.9 19.8
Manitoba 43.5 75.4 73.3
Saskatchewan 226.6 244.2 7.8
Alberta 2,190.5 2,288.2 4.5
British Columbia 920.6 969.6 5.3
Yukon 9.7 21.7 123.7
Northwest Territories 7.1 31.8 347.9
Nunavut 2.5 0.4 -84.0

Chart 28 Businesses that use advanced green technologies, by type of technology, 2014

Data table for Chart 28
Table summary
This table displays the results of Data table for Chart 28 % of businesses
(appearing as column headers).
  % of businesses
Air or emission technologies 4.6
Energy technologies 2.7
Water technologies 3.1
Waste technologies 5.6
Table 22
Capital and operating expenditures on environmental protection, by type of activity, 2012
Table summary
This table displays the results of Capital and operating expenditures on environmental protection. The information is grouped by (appearing as row headers), Capital expenditures and Operating expenditures, calculated using millions of dollars units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  Capital expenditures Operating expenditures
millions of dollars
Total, all activities 5,271.4 5,674.6
Environmental monitoring 55.1 379.2
Environmental assessments and audits 243.9 170.0
Reclamation and decommissioning 449.9 960.6
Wildlife and habitat protection 90.6 73.4
Waste management and sewerage services 688.1 1,557.6
Pollution abatement and control processes (end-of-pipe) 2,362.4 1,425.8
Pollution prevention processes 1,043.8 660.8
Fees, fines and licences Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 123.5
Other types of environmental protection 337.6 323.7

Chart 29 Expenditures on pollution abatement and control, and pollution prevention, by environmental medium, 2012

Data table for Chart 29
ExpendituresData table Note 1 on pollution abatement and control, and pollution prevention, by environmental medium, 2012
Table summary
This table displays the results of Expenditures on pollution abatement and control Pollution abatement and control and Pollution prevention, calculated using millions of dollars units of measure (appearing as column headers).
Pollution abatement and control Pollution prevention
millions of dollars
Air 1,644.1 605.8
Surface water 1,594.8 595.7
On-site contained solid and liquid waste 536.2 244.4
Noise, radiation and vibration 13.4 28.6
Other environmental media Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 230.2
Table 23
Operating expenditures on pollution prevention, selected industries
Table summary
This table displays the results of Operating expenditures on pollution prevention. The information is grouped by (appearing as row headers), 2010, 2012 and 2010 to 2012, calculated using millions of dollars and % change units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  2010 2012 2010 to 2012
millions of dollars % change
Oil and gas extraction 267.4 182.5 -31.8
Mining and quarrying 53.2 90.7 70.5
Electrical power generation, transmission and distribution 60.8 53.2 -12.5
Food manufacturing 26.3 9.1 -65.4
Paper manufacturing 69.0 44.4 -35.7
Petroleum and coal product manufacturing 68.2 54.3 -20.4
Chemical manufacturing 15.5 20.5 32.3
Non-metallic mineral product manufacturing 12.5 11.9 -4.8
Primary metal manufacturing 117.4 103.8 -11.6
 
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