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U.S. Municipal Wastewater Reuse: Project Pipeline Segmentation & Analysis, 2018-2030


Bluefield’s database of planned reuse projects stands at 735 projects across 20 states with a combined capacity of 11.4 million m3/d. For the first time, this includes projects in two new states, New York and Oklahoma, reflecting the spread of reuse outside of its core markets (California, Florida, Texas and Arizona).

While most reuse projects are still using reclaimed water for irrigation purposes, projects with potable applications, both direct and indirect, continue to gain traction.

This update looks at:

  • Planned Reuse Projects by Timeline
  • Types of Planned Reuse Projects
  • Water Reuse Projects by Application

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



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