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Where are the best opportunities in industrial reuse?

19 March 2019
Analyst Perspective

This analyst presentation, based on our recent webinar with the WateReuse Association, analyzes water reuse opportunities across industries. We are pleased to address the top  questions asked by the audience.

Register with Bluefield to download the complimentary 20-slide presentation and see the answers to the below questions (Once registered, login to view the answers):

  • Are data centers included in the analysis and what is the trajectory for reuse market going forward?
  • What is the main industrial water market segment highlighted in New Mexico and Wyoming counties?
  • Does the market sizing for chemical manufacturing include pharmaceuticals?
  • Can you describe how best to market to the food sector given the purity/safety emphasis, given the perception of the public of reuse safety?
  • Has Bluefield seen an economic justification for petroleum refineries treating and reusing their wastewater?


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