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Canada Municipal Water and Wastewater Infrastructure: CAPEX Forecast 2021-2030

01 April 2021
Forecast

Over the next decade, municipal utilities have set the stage for over CAD$64.6 billion in capital improvements to address distribution & collection networks and drinking water & sewage treatment facilities. The scope of these infrastructure improvements and additions is wide-ranging, varying significantly by region, state, and municipality.

This forecast is an in-depth analysis of Canada municipal water and wastewater infrastructure capital expenditures (CAPEX) from 2021–2030. The outlook includes CAPEX by 10 asset categories and province analysis. Geographically, Bluefield has analyzed the markets in 13 Canadian provinces and territories.


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