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Reuse Market Trends and Opportunities // Water Reuse Symposium

15 September 2016
Analyst Presentation

Led by California and Florida, water reuse is taking off in states facing drought and scarcity. Municipal wastewater reuse capacity is expected to increase 58% from 2016 through 2026. CAPEX investment in reuse is expected to total US $11 billion between 2016 and 2026. Still in its infancy, the US has demonstrated a steady increase in reclaimed water flows since 1995 and this expected to gain momentum going forward.

This presentation was first given by Bluefield President Reese Tisdale at the recent Water Reuse Symposium. This presentation looks at:

  • US Municipal Water and Wastewater Network
  • Evolving Reuse Landscape
  • Wastewater Reuse in the Global Context
  • CAPEX Forecasts, 2016-2025

waterreuseprexhibitsBluefield’s latest reuse forecast is founded on our database of over 607 municipal reuse projects in various stages of development across the US, up from 206 projects just a year ago.

We offer ongoing reuse market analysis through our US & Canada Municipal Water Infrastructure Insight services. To learn more about our water market reports, insight services, and consulting capabilities, please contact us.

 

Takeaways

  • The technology is not the problem
  • Regulations are evolving
  • More than 95% is expected to be added in nine states

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