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US Municipal Wastewater Reuse: Project Pipeline and Segmentation Analysis, 2017-2030

10 April 2017
Data Insight

Water reuse is moving outside of arid and drought-prone areas as a sustainable water supply strategy. For the first time, Hawaii, Georgia, Wyoming, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee have water reuse projects in Bluefield’s database. California accounts for 48% of planned reuse projects with 363 reuse projects in planning.

Over the last six months, Bluefield’s wastewater reuse project pipeline has grown to 763 projects on the heels of updated water management plans and growing call for alternative water supplies. Announced investment in these planned reuse projects totals over US$18.6 billion.

In this Data Insight, Bluefield analyzes planned reuse projects by type, state, timeline, and application. Includes Data Appendix with complete list of planned reuse projects.

This Data Insight is available for purchase or through our US & Canada Municipal Infrastructure Insight Service. Contact us to learn more.


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