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Wastewater Reuse in Gulf Cooperation Council Countries: Market Drivers, Trends, and Forecast, 2020-2030

23 April 2021
Market Insight

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries—Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE)—face a unique combination of water-related challenges that include a need for greenfield wastewater collection and treatment infrastructure and a need to expand alternative water supplies including water reuse. In contrast to countries considering retrofits of existing wastewater systems for reuse, GCC countries have set initiatives and targets to not only retrofit but also build out significant new capacity of wastewater treatment and collection networks. In doing so, they simultaneously address critical wastewater management issues while developing alternative sources of water.

In this Market Insight:

  • Regional water stress and country ranking
  • Water supply portfolios by country
  • Water reuse targets by country
  • Bluefield’s GCC wastewater and reuse investment forecast summary
  • GCC wastewater infrastructure planned projects
  • GCC country profiles

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