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Water Reuse

Led by California and Florida, water reuse is taking off in states facing drought and scarcity.
Water scarcity continues to be the primary driver for water reuse implementation – the scaling roster of projects demonstrates wider adoption by utilities going forward. Four states — Florida, California, Colorado, and Texas — make up 581, or 95%, of planned reuse projects in the US.
Erin Bonney Casey, Senior Analyst, Bluefield Research

Water Reuse: Where is the Money and Where is the Opportunity

Just back from the 34th annual WateReuse Symposium in San Diego last week, I am struck by how far the water reuse space has come in the past few years. This is my 4th time attending and speaking; we used to talk about how and if? And now the discussion is around when, how to pay for it and what other opportunities exist. Read More.




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