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Water In Humanitarian Emergencies: Water Infrastructure & Investments

11 April 2018
Analyst Perspective

First presented by Bluefield President Reese Tisdale at the Water Systems Science and Society (WSSS) Symposium at Tufts University in Boston. This presentation covers the following:

  • Global Water Supply is under pressure
  • Water Demand is on the rise
  • U.S. Billion Dollar Disasters: Who is impacted?
  • Segmenting U.S. Water and Wastewater Systems
  • Sizing the Market (Municipal Water and Wastewater Outlook)
  • Potable Reuse Moves Beyond the Pilot Stage
  • Green Infrastructure CAPEX, 2018-2027
  • Timeline for Emergency Management

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