Podcast host, Reese Tisdale, and Bluefield’s Senior Analyst Amber Walsh explore potential missed opportunities in household water management. Although domestic water or household water usage represents a small share of the pie, it could represent an enormous opportunity for water management, investment, and advanced data applications. As such, digital water vendors, technology companies, and consumer product companies are looking at opportunities for monitoring, reducing and improving home water use.
Another stakeholder who could be exploring domestic water as opportunity is the homeowner. Listen in on this interesting discussion to learn more about why we should all think deeper about the water we consume in the home.
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Related Research & Analysis:
- Domestic Water: Drivers and Emerging Trends for Advanced Water Management in the Home, U.S., U.K., Australia