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21 October 2019
Water Scarcity Drives Industrial Reclamation Efforts


And water is actually getting more expensive, according to Erin Bonney Casey, research director for Bluefield Research—who insists that economic considerations remain the first drivers in water conservation and reuse. “Rates are increasing faster than inflation or other consumer products,” she says. More at Automation World »
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