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Covid-19 Sets Stage for Water & Wastewater Utility M&A

07 April 2020
Research Note

As implications of the coronavirus pandemic continue to unfold across the U.S., and around the world, essential water & wastewater service providers are facing unforeseen risks to their assets and business models. A review of Bluefield’s five years of M&A transactions, thousands of O&M contracts, and historical recessionary impacts on deal flow, provide a data-backed foundation for in-depth analysis going forward.

In this new Research Note, Bluefield water experts analyze:

  • The impact of impending revenue declines for water & wastewater utilities
  • A potential spike in utility M&A across the U.S.
  • The impact of recession on third-party O&M markets

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