US Waste water Market Will Increase A Lot Through 2025

Author:     Published time:2016-11-30 10:59     Reading times:387    

Paralyzing drought and environmental impacts on water supplies across the U.S. sunbelt—from Florida to California—has thrust waste water reuse into the spotlight as a critical solution to minimize long-term risks to state water supplies.

According to a new report, waste water reuse for municipal utilities will increase 62% by 2025, requiring $11 billion of capital expenditures. The lion’s share of the activity, or 93%, is expected to take place in nine states, headlined by Florida and California.

US Waste water Market Will Increase A Lot Through 2025

On the heels of this forecast growth, new analysis also indicates a change in the market’s overall profile. Potable reuse—treating waste water to drinking water quality—currently makes up 15% of the total capacity, but is expected to increase to 19% of total water reuse by 2025. Irrigation and industrial off-takers currently account for 68%  and 17% of reuse, respectively. The expected jump in potable reuse stems largely from heightening pressure on policymakers and utilities to stay ahead of scaling urban populations, anticipated future droughts, and limited water supply alternatives.

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