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Bluefield’s team of experts are frequently quoted in the news discussing key water market issues. Our experts draw from a wide-breadth data-backed insight services, reports, and a network of industry professionals. Our water market experts are available to speak to members of the press on key water market developments and trends. To speak with a member of our team, or for media copies of our analysis, please contact Steph Aldock at saldock@bluefieldresearch.com.

Press Releases

Embracing innovation, 10-Year Water Infrastructure CAPEX Forecast could reach US$673 billion, based on market conditions

23 September 2019, Boston, Massachusetts – Municipal utilities in the U.S. are forecasted to spend US$629 billion on capital expenditures (CAPEX) over the next decade to address increasing demands on water...23 Sep 2019

U.S. water & wastewater bills climb, exposing questions of affordability

31 July 2019, Boston, Massachusetts–U.S. municipal water & wastewater utility bills increased 3.6% over the last year, according to a new U.S. Municipal Water & Wastewater Utility Bill Index from Bluefield...31 Jul 2019

Report: Intelligent Water could save U.S. water utilities $17.6 billion by 2027

People in the water sector can address pivotal challenges like resilience and affordability in intelligent and sustainable ways, according to a new study by Arcadis and Bluefield Research. HIGHLANDS RANCH,...10 Jun 2019

Diversified Infrastructure Providers Reshaping Private Water Landscape

5 June 2019, Boston, Massachusetts–The U.S. municipal water landscape is undergoing a transformation as critical infrastructure services—water, gas, and electricity—converge under single investor-owned utility banners. This trend is highlighted by the...05 Jun 2019

$25B in government funds deliver critical dollars for water infrastructure in 2018

24 April 2019, Boston, Massachusetts —The federal government’s role in rehabilitating water utility infrastructure in the U.S. is taking on even greater importance as municipalities are challenged to keep pace...24 Apr 2019


"Water is actually getting more expensive," ...Economic considerations remain the first drivers in water conservation and reuse @ErinBonneyCasey | Water Scarcity Drives Industrial Reclamation Efforts | AW shar.es/aXPB5W via @automationworld #WaterReuse #CostofWater

The Year in Infrastructure 2019
Oct 21-24 / Singapore 

Aquatech Innovation Forum
Nov 4 / Amsterdam, NL

21 Oct 2019 Water Scarcity Drives Industrial Reclamation Efforts

26 Sep 2019 Bluefield Breakfast Briefing WEFTEC19: Market Disruptors & the Future of Wastewater