Industrial facilities are some of the highest volume water users with major industries representing approximately 47% of the U.S. freshwater withdrawals. This demand, put in context with drought and operational risks, is moving companies to turn to water reuse as a strategy. Water reuse makes up almost a quarter (23%) of the $10 Billion, spent annually on industrial water management, according to Bluefield’s latest forecasts. From oil and gas to food and bev, industries are investing their dollars in water reuse to address their water footprints.
This webcast will answer these key questions and more:
- Which industries are investing in water reuse and in what ways? We will look at reuse strategies of key industries including oil and gas (including hydraulic fracturing), mining, manufacturing, airports, and food and bev.
- What is driving the investment in reuse (regulations, market drivers, etc)
- Where are the best geographic opportunities for reuse in the U.S.?
How are industries partnering with municipalities?