Average water losses are approximately 14% in the U.S, which translates into more than $6 billion in economic costs per year.
Delving deeper into non-revenue water by system owner, the bottom-up data highlights clear differences in water and financial losses when comparing large & small munis, smaller private systems, and investor owned utilities.
Bluefield Research’s new report, Underground Infrastructure: U.S. Water & Wastewater Pipe Network Forecast, 2019-2028, shows pipe networks and associated hardware account for 37% of total forecasted municipal CAPEX. WaterWorld21 Nov 2019
More than $234 billion of capital expenditures (CAPEX) are expected over the next 10 years to address aging municipal water and wastewater pipe network infrastructure, according to a new forecast from Bluefield Research. Water Finance & Management14 Nov 2019
This new Quarterly Insight highlights key trends, transaction details, and competitive shifts influencing industrial water management. Included is a brief overview of select companies outlining their current and ... »
The 2.2 million miles of drinking water pipe and 1.8 million miles of wastewater pipe installed across the U.S. vary in material type depending largely on when and where the pipe was installed. As new materials replace... »
Real losses, apparent losses, and unbilled consumption are negatively impacting utility bottom lines through wasted water supplies, energy usage for pumping, treatment costs, and improper customer billing for services.... »
More than US$234 billion of capital expenditures (CAPEX) are forecasted over the next decade to address aging municipal water & wastewater pipe network infrastructure. Precipitated by decades of underinvestment, ... »
By building on a foundational understanding of historical trends, distribution & collection network assets, and treatment facilities in 50 states and six U.S. territories, Bluefield’s team of water experts... »
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