North American Water and Wastewater Networks Market, Forecast to 2021

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The North American water and wastewater networks market will see strong growth through 2021, primarily driven because of aging infrastructure and replacement needs, compounded by its extensive size. The market is divided into 7 main segments: pumps, automation and ICT, analytics and software, meters, pipes and allied, pipe network services, and design and engineering services. This study analyzes the municipal water distribution and wastewater collection network market trends between 2013 and 2021. Revenue shares and growth are split between the 7 segments and broken down by country. A wide range of equipment manufacturers, suppliers, and industry stakeholders contributed to this research.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Value Chain—Market Summary
North America—Dashboard
Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective
2. Mega Trends in Water and Wastewater Infrastructure
Smart Cities and Infrastructure Development
Major Regional Population Centers for Network Renewal
North American Annual Infrastructure Investment
2025 North American Smart Cities
3. Value Chain and Market Segmentation
Research Coverage—Municipal Water Network
Research Coverage—Municipal Wastewater Network
Value Chain Description
Market Segmentation
Market Segment Definitions
Scope Definition
4. Top 10 Regional Water and Wastewater Market Challenges
Top 10 North American Water Market Challenges
Key North American Challenges
5. North American Market Overview—Outlook and Forecast
Total Market Revenue Forecast
Market Revenue by Country
Market Revenue by Technology Segment
Revenue Comparison by Country and Technology
6. Future Trends and Impacting Growth Factors
Non-revenue Water in North America
Key Factors for Service Costs
7. Top Market Trends and the Future of Networks
Trenchless Technologies
Smart Water Metering
Performance Contracting
Systematic Approach to Water Loss Control
Legal Disclaimer
8. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Mega Cities and Cities with over 1 Million Inhabitants, North America, 2016
2. Total Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Non-revenue Water Structure, North America, 2016
3. Total Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Factors Affecting the Cost of Water and Wastewater Services, North America, 2016


1. Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Revenue Forecast by Segment, North America,2016 and 2021
2. Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities: Share by Size, US, 2007
3. Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities: Share by Size, Canada, 2014
4. Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Cumulative Investment, US, 2014
5. Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Cumulative Investment, Canada, 2016
6. Total Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Revenue Forecast, North America, 2013–2021
7. Total Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Revenue Forecast by Country, North America, 2013–2021
8. Total Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Revenue Forecast by Technology, North America, 2013–2021
9. Total Water and Wastewater Networks Market: Revenue Forecast by Country and Market Segment, North America, 2016
10. Smart Water Metering Market: Revenue Forecast, North America, 2015–2025



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