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Industrial Water: Trends, Deals, and Policy in Water Management, Q1 2019

04 March 2019
Quarterly Insight

The U.S. industrial water landscape is highly siloed across 20 industrial verticals. Bluefield’s team of water experts tracks ongoing industrial water management demands, analyzing emerging strategies deployed by firms faced with a rapidly transforming digital economy, growing water stress, and an increased awareness of industries’ environmental impacts.

In the United States, spend on water management in 2018 was estimated at over US$10 billion. Leading verticals included commodity-based industries such as hydraulic fracturing, mining, power and chemicals. Also included are non-durable manufacturing verticals like food and beverage.

In this Quarterly Insight, Bluefield’s water experts analyze:

  • Industrial Water Market Indicators
  • Corporate Strategies and Business Models
  • U.S. Industrial Water Market Opportunities
  • Policy Landscape
  • Key Trends to Watch

 

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