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Harmful Algal Blooms: Drinking Water System Impacts & Treatment Solutions, and Market Sizing

23 July 2018
Market Insight

The most recently published EPA assessment of U.S. lakes estimates that around 40% of the country’s lakes and reservoirs are at risk to Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms (CyanoHABs).

While algae have long been considered a healthy aspect of water ecosystems, changing environmental factors like high nutrient pollution and climate change are driving an increased proliferation of algae blooms and cyanobacteria.

In this 25-slide Market Insight, Bluefield water experts analyze the market, forecasts, and competitive landscape for algae blooms:

  • Freshwater Harmful Algal Blooms in the U.S.
  • Public Drinking Water Systems at Risk for Cyanotoxins
  • Geographic Concentration of Risk
  • Trajectory of Federal and State Regulations
  • Harmful Algae Bloom Case Studies by City
  • Market Forecasts
  • Companies Addressing Harmful Algae Blooms: Monitoring & Treatment
  • Emerging National Programs

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