U.S. Municipal Wastewater & Reuse: Market Trends, Opportunities and Forecasts, 2015-2025

1 Jul 2015
Available with corporate subscription

This 140-page Focus Report, U.S. Municipal Wastewater & Reuse: Market Trends, Opportunities, & Forecasts, 2015-2025, is an in-depth analysis of the rapidly changing U.S. municipal water landscape for wastewater reuse solutions and business strategies. It has been developed to support companies addressing the US market with detailed data, market trend analysis, and growth forecasts not found anywhere else.

This Focus Report highlights the following:

  • A 2015–2025 forecast of municipal wastewater reuse in the US by key state, capital investment, and technology adoption
  • Bottom-up assessment of the 247 projects in the pipeline by status, location, and capacity
  • In-depth analysis of state and federal regulatory environments influencing the deployment of wastewater reuse
  • More than 40 profiles and analysis of 9 key states and 32 water districts
  • Industrial users of reclaimed water and trends for greater adoption


Bluefield Takeaways

  • Bluefield forecasts market outlook for reuse to 2025. Bluefield’s in-depth forecasts build on the more than 8.3 million m3/d of municipal wastewater flows currently reused in the US. Wastewater reuse for municipal utilities will increase 61% by 2025, requiring US$11.0 billion of capital expenditures. A detailed research methodology and approach is provided in the report with forecast data and analysis.
  • Uncovering greenfield opportunities in a scaling US project pipeline. From California to Florida, municipal utilities and industrial off-takers are responding to a more regulated and volatile water market environment. Bluefield’s bottom-up data analysis of more than 3,000 existing wastewater treatment plants, over 700 operating wastewater reuse systems, and 247 reuse projects in various stages of planning signal an increasingly positive climate benefitting water solutions providers.
  • Identifying drivers of change. Bluefield highlights the evolving water landscape by state and water district that are shaping business models and market growth going forward. Deep-dive analysis of regulatory policies and investment across 9 primary states and 32 water districts are included in 41 profiles to support companies as they navigate a nascent and highly fragmented landscape.