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Aging Infrastructure

50% of U.S. water infrastructure evaluated as poor to beyond planned life.
The federal government's role in rehabilitating water utility infrastructure in the U.S. is taking on even greater importance as municipalities are challenged to keep pace with the aging of more than 70,000 water and wastewater treatment systems and three million miles of underground pipe networks, nationwide.
Eric Bonney Casey, Research Director, Bluefield Research

Embracing innovation, 10-Year Water Infrastructure CAPEX Forecast could reach US$673 billion, based on market conditions

Municipal utilities in the U.S. are forecasted to spend US$629 billion on capital expenditures (CAPEX) over the next decade to address increasing demands on water and wastewater infrastructure. Learn more.




Digital is the fastest growing segment of municipal water: utility spending on hardware, software, and digitally-enabled professional services will reach $92 billion by 2030 (New US & Canada Digital Water Forecasts) #DigitalWater #FutureofWater hubs.ly/H0mMkg60 pic.twitter.com/Bnn8ZxTtUA

Utility Management Conference
Feb 25-28, 2020 / Anaheim, CA 

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March 2-4 / Valencia, Spain

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