Carbon Footprint Reduction in the US Water Utility Sector

The Emphasis on Reducing Energy Consumption in Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities is Growing

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Water and wastewater treatment facilities are using increasing amounts of energy to extract, collect, treat, and distribute water. This market insight discusses the environmental strategies that can help water utilities limit the amount of energy they use so to reduce their carbon footprint. Topics include specific case studies of facilities in the United States, the strategies being implemented to reduce footprints, and the cost factors associated with these implementations. An analysis of potential key technological trends and market opportunities is also provided. The base year is 2012.

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