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Suez Seeks Efficiencies with Onsite Reuse in NY

27 March 2018
Research Note

On 28 February 2018, Suez announced the construction of a water recycling system at the Nassau County Cedar Creek Water Pollution Control Plant in New York State. The project is designed to recycle wastewater for on-site use for applications, including generator cooling and for washing facility equipment and tanks.

New York is moving towards greater adoption of municipal reuse strategies. The state has not historically deployed water reuse solutions, but a growing population and intermittent droughts put increasing pressure on the state’s water supplies and has prompted interest in reclaiming wastewater.

For more reuse analysis see our recent report, U.S. Municipal Water Reuse: Opportunities, Outlook, and Competitive Landscape, 2017-2027.


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