Fees vary depending on project type and length. Contact us for more information.
We have several programs in place to help reduce the costs of projects and/or testing. Funding options can be explored during the initial consultation. See more about our funders and funding opportunities here.
Intellectual property allocation is discussed during the initial consultation and agreed upon before the project begins. For the vast majority of projects, the industry partner remains the sole owner of the IP.
The CAWT has a core staff of project managers, scientists, technologists, and technicians. Our project managers and scientists will lead the project from start to finish. Occasionally students will assist our research team (student participation can be a requirement for certain types of funding).
We have an advanced research facility with advanced equipment. Contact us if you require a specific piece of equipment for your project. For a list of many of our analytical instruments and equipment, see Our Facilities.
While we understand why some pronounce it “caught,” we pronounce each letter (see eh double-you tee).
No. Our research team can carry out testing, demonstrations, monitoring, and other projects off-site. Our project history includes working in several countries, across Ontario, and in Canada’s Arctic.
Sometimes it does. There are days when we wish we were working in a bakery, movie theatre, or some other sort of pleasant-smelling workplace. But we’re devoted to helping find and improve alternative wastewater treatment technologies, so we learn to ignore the occasional stink.
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