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U.S. & Canada Municipal Water: Key Trends, Deals, and Policy Activity in Water Management, Q2 2023
According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s recent 7th Drinking Water Needs Survey and Assessment, there are currently an estimated 9.1 million lead service lines (LSLs) across the country, with Florida estimated to have the greatest number of LSLs at 1.1 million. Through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, US$15 billion in funding will be available over the 2022–2025 period to address LSL replacement.
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XPV Increases Exposure to Digital Water with Metasphere BuyoutOn 30 August 2018, UK-based Metasphere Ltd. announced the execution of a management buyout from owners Kaye Enterprises funded by private equity firm XPV Water...
20 Sep. 2018
Digital Water Investments Grow for PE FirmsDigital water has emerged as a key hotspot for global deal-making in recent years, as vendors position to capitalize on growing utility demand for higher-margin...
1 Jul. 2020
Aliaxis Next Ventures into Digital WaterIn August 2022, Brussels-based water management solutions provider, Aliaxis, announced its acquisition of Aquarius Spectrum, an Israel-based digital leakage management and pipeline condition assessment startup....
18 Sep. 2022
Digital Water: Key Trends, Project Activity, and Market Outlook, Q3 2021The global digital water market continues to show mixed signs of recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, with supply chain disruptions, workforce pressures, and the proliferation...
14 Oct. 2021
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Advanced Asset Management for Municipal Water: Global Trends & Strategies, 2018 – 2027Smarter, more advanced asset management strategies will save water utilities US$41.9 billion in capital expenditures by 2027.
2 May. 2018
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