Municipalities and industries are turning to alternative water treatment solutions such as reuse driving a resurgence in activity. This report shows the main drivers, trends, and restraints affecting the market for advanced treatment technologies for desalination and reuse in each country.
Investors unimpressed by Veolia’s forward outlook
Veolia shares traded down 6.5% this morning after the company revealed that it expects 2017 to be...
Suez and the IFC look to add value in Mexican water
Suez’s intention to form a special purpose vehicle with the IFC to invest in water and...
US investor-owned utilities round out strong 2016
Amid an improving regulatory environment and an upswing in infrastructure spending patterns,...
Market digests historic decision to privatise Cedae
The 20-year debate surrounding the future ownership of Rio de Janeiro (RJ) state water operator...
I was in Shanghai last week to join Poten Environment in ringing the bell to open trading on the day of the Chinese industrial water treatment specialist’s initial public offering. It was a very Chinese event, but at the same time one which is a symptom of a global trend which is affecting the value of water businesses.
Within three seconds of the market opening, Poten’s share price...Read more
In GWI magazine this month
California’s reuse imperative; Colombia and Peru face up to PPP challenges; Honduras eyes...
A utility-led innovation to identify the causes of pipe failure has recently been completed in...
European tanners are holding on to their market positions by preserving the quality of their...
Water and wastewater project tracker
Charting the progress of over 800 Desal, Reuse and PPP water projects in the international water industry
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Investigating the unique water challenges in each industry and how these challenges are creating opportunities for full solution providers. chemical suppliers and oilfield service companies. Read More