Industrial Water: Key Trends, Deals, and Policy in Water Management, Q1 2024

9 Mar 2024
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Policymakers in Florida, Maryland, and North Carolina are taking legislative steps to target sources of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination (primarily industrial facilities) and their impacts on surface bodies and wastewater treatment plants. These policies, if enacted, signal opportunities for water and wastewater treatment technology companies with specialties in emerging contaminants like PFAS.

Bluefield’s team of water experts tracks the emerging trends and strategies influencing industrial water management. The market landscape is changing, from corporate sustainability strategies to emerging industry trends influencing water management.

In this Quarterly Review:

  • State policymakers increasingly focused on industrial facilities’ PFAS impacts
  • Water management investment outlook for semiconductor industry remains positive
  • High industrial water use has become a focal point for local policymakers
  • Slow start to 2024 with few industrial M&A deals
  • The OECD Economic Outlook for 2024 highlights a mixed global growth scenario

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