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Statistics Canada, 2010, "Freshwater supply and demand in Canada,"Human Activity and the Environment, Catalogue no. 16-201-X.
Wastewater also includes reused water which is wastewater supplied to a user for further use with or without treatment. Wastewater that is recycled within the same firm is not recorded.
Environment Canada, 2009, Wastewater Management,www.ec.gc.ca/eu-ww/default.asp?lang=en&n=0FB32EFD-1 (accessed February 2, 2012).
Statistics Canada, 2011, Households and the Environment, 2009, Catalogue no. 11-526-X.
Environment Canada, 2001, The state of municipal wastewater effluents in Canada, Catalogue no. En1-11/96E, Ottawa.
Sedimentation is the process whereby particles suspended in a water body settle to the bottom and accumulate in layers.
Combined sewer systems collect both sanitary sewage and stormwater.
Environment Canada, 2010, 2010 Municipal Water Use Report: Municipal Water Use, 2006 Statistics, Catalogue no. En11-2/2006E-PDF, www.ec.gc.ca/Publications/default.asp?lang=En&xml=596A7EDF-471D-444C-BCEC-2CB9E730FFF9 (accessed August 2, 2011).
Environment Canada, 2010, 2010 Municipal Water Use Report: Municipal Water Use, 2006 Statistics, Catalogue no. En11-2/2006E-PDF, www.ec.gc.ca/Publications/default.asp?lang=En&xml=596A7EDF-471D-444C-BCEC-2CB9E730FFF9 (accessed August 2, 2011).
Statistics Canada, CANSIM table 385-0003 (accessed January 17, 2012).
Statistics Canada, 2012, Industrial Water Use, 2009, Catalogue no. 16-401-X.
Does not include oil and gas extraction.
Statistics Canada, 2010, Industrial Water Use, 2007, Catalogue no. 16-401-X.
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