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For this continuum to work, however, the addiction specialty treatment sector needs considerable development.
The contract is Acciona's first the UAE, and its third major deal in the Middle East, which is one of the world's largest markets for the desalination and water treatment sector.
Contractors can expect a raft of tenders in the Saudi Arabian water treatment sector in Q1 2011, as a mismatch in valuations prevented some projects to be covered by this year's budget, says an industry source.
The impact on the wastewater treatment sector outside Dubai is expected to be temporary.
Recent M&A activity in the sector has produced valuations for facilities in excess of $1,000,000 per bed, which would result in significant valuation expansion potential for the company and strong positioning in the current behavioral treatment sector.
For that purpose a collaboration framework in the waste water treatment sector including research groups, SMEs, utilities, city councils, authorities and industry will be set up.
The water & wastewater treatment sector in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region will continue to be supported by demand for fresh water through desalination in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and U.
The new report shows that the osteoporosis treatment sector accounted for 68% of worldwide bone metabolism revenue for 2010 - far out outweighing the other components of the market, Paget's disease of bone, hyperparathyroidism and bone metastases.
A former addict turned criminologist, John Hopkins has the backing of the treatment sector who are trying to counter the issues facing recovering addicts in terms of employment, "There is a huge pool of talent to be had from those in recovery," he insists.
The Western Cape Department of Social Development would like to notify the public and the substance abuse treatment sector organisations that it will no longer be providing funding to Tehillah Community Collaborative for Residential Substance Abuse Rehabilitation services and Early Childhood Development (ECD) services as of 31 March 2015.
In more economically developed countries chronic underinvestment in the wastewater treatment sector will demand investment into improvements, while increasingly stringent water quality standards will also drive spending on more modern facilities.

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