$22 Billion for Water Reuse: Where are the Opportunities for Municipalities and Business?
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Pacific
Fee: WateReuse members: Free; Others: $65
Bluefield Research has forecasted investment in water reuse to total $22 billion through 2027 – a 37% increase in spending on water recycling projects. Do you have a plan for how your municipality or company can capture a piece of this growing market opportunity?
This webcast will explain the market drivers (and examine some of the barriers) for water reuse across the U.S., highlighting growing opportunities for water recycling investment. Geographical hotspots, such as California, Texas, and Florida, as well as industrial verticals including power, data centers, and food and beverage, are expected to be the epicenters for demand for growth in water reuse systems.
Companies winning projects in this space are adopting a range of strategies, from developing and promoting new technologies to partnering with municipalities and industrial off-takers. This webcast will outline the most successful go-to-market strategies for water reuse players, as well as map the competitors in this space.
This presentation will help municipalities and companies develop their own investment strategy in water reuse projects by providing actionable information and market intelligence. Participants will come away with a deeper understanding of the market for water reuse infrastructure, both in the ways reuse demand is growing and evolving and how municipalities and business are tapping into those opportunities.
- Erin Bonney Casey, Research Director, Bluefield Research
- Reese Tisdale, President, Bluefield Research
- Dan McCarthy, Principal, Dan McCarthy Consulting, LLC
- Hala Titus, Vice President, CDM Smith
- Zach Gallagher, Executive Vice President, Natural Systems Utilities