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Insight Report
15 May 2022

PFAS: Drinking Water Treatment Regulations, Technologies, and Remediation Forecasts 2022–2030 
Highly affected U.S. states, such as Michigan, New York, and New Jersey have sought to implement their own regulatory limits on PFAS concentrations in drinking water ahead of a slower moving federal government. Now, with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the position to crack down on these chemicals in various water sources, including implementing drinking water maximum contaminant levels for PFOA & PFOS by Fall 2023, all states find themselves in the position of growing PFAS remediation need.

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Stormwater Opportunity Reinforces Quikrete Deal 

On 22 February 2021, Quikrete Holdings announced a US$2.74 billion acquisition of pipe & infrastructure supplier Forterra. This deal—one of three water-focused acquisitions exceeding one...
12 Mar. 2021
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Cybersecurity Threats Materializing for Digital Water 

On 5 February 2021, the city of Oldsmar, Florida experienced a cybersecurity breach at its water treatment plant. Hackers accessed the plant’s supervisory control and...
10 Mar. 2021
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What Can We Learn from Texas’ Water Crisis? 

In mid-February 2021, an arctic blast knocked out gas, power, and water services across as many as 13 southern states. Texas has borne the brunt...
4 Mar. 2021
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Aegion, Big Water Deals on the Menu for Outsiders 

St. Louis, Missouri-based Aegion Corporation announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by private equity firm New Mountain Capital. The...
3 Mar. 2021
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Aquapor Deal Extends Saur’s International Reach 

On 11 January 2021, private water utility group Saur reached an agreement with DST Ambiente to acquire Criar Vantagens, the company owning 100% of Aquapor...
25 Feb. 2021
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CORPORATE SUBSCRIPTION ONLY CORPORATE SUBSCRIPTION ONLY CORPORATE SUBSCRIPTION ONLY Global WaterWater M&A

Electric Vehicle Makeover to Alter Water Footprint for Automotive Industry 

Quebec City, Canada-based H2O Innovation announced an engineering contract with U.S.-based automaker Tesla. H2O Innovation’s Water Technologies & Services business unit will design two reverse...
16 Feb. 2021
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Global Headwinds Set Black & Veatch Water on New Course 

Black & Veatch’s recent organizational changes in water highlight underlying market shifts that are influencing engineering firms’ strategies, globally. For instance, utility service providers in...
9 Feb. 2021
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Will Big Tech Disrupt the Water Sector? 

As adoption of digital technology grows in the global water industry, big tech firms—enterprise software companies, cloud services providers, electronics manufacturers, etc.—are taking notice. Players...
28 Jan. 2021
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Europe Water Sector Looks Past Pandemic with Net Zero Emissions in Sights 

In November 2020, the UK water sector announced the first sector-wide collaboration to reduce emissions, a “Net Zero 2030 Routemap”. The announcement parallels more wide-sweeping...
28 Dec. 2020
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CORPORATE SUBSCRIPTION ONLY CORPORATE SUBSCRIPTION ONLY CORPORATE SUBSCRIPTION ONLY Global Water

Green Infrastructure Gains Impact Investing Momentum 

On 2 December 2020, the City of Hampton, Virginia, in partnership with Quantified Ventures, closed on a US$12 million Environmental Impact Bond (EIB) to fund...
20 Dec. 2020
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