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04 Dec 2019  |  North America
Global Success Stories
Seasonal water shortages, increased water demand, and water scarcity caused by population and economic growth have challenged water sustainability and the water quality supplied to the public. Conventionally, water is supplied by water utilities in charge of provisioning clean water and sanitation. Over the years, the value of water has grown beyon...
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21 Sep 2016  |  North America
Strong Competitive Strategies Needed to Drive Market Share and Revenue in a Landscape Saturated with Mature Technologies
Market growth, technologies, and leading competitors are stable in the US water softener solutions market. As a result, growth opportunities await those that deploy strategies to outcompete in customer attractiveness and distribution channels. This research leverages secondary data intelligence and primary research conducted with key market stakeho...
25 Sep 2015  |  North America
Inaction is No Longer an Option
Todays smart buildings are increasingly enabled by Internet-of-Things because of the convergence of operational and information technology systems. A host of new elements such as the cloud, remote access, data sharing and analytics, and connected and shared networks has changed how built environments are being used and operated. Additionally, these...
30 Jul 2015  |  North America
Flooding is the New Normal as Municipalities Must Adapt
North American cities are highly exposed to the risk and damage of flooding, which is becoming the norm. New strategies in urban flood management are needed to mitigate the impacts. Key Mega Trends affecting the market include climate change, deteriorating infrastructure, and constrained public spending. These realities present an opportunity that ...
19 Feb 2015  |  North America
An analysis of the private land development market in North America
The complexity of the wastewater treatment market and its need for cheaper options are urging industry participants to find new concepts. The private sector has key characteristics that can help growth of the residential wastewater treatment market and reduce dependence on a centralized facility. This is a brief insight on the private land developm...
30 Sep 2013  |  North America
Equipment for Cooling Tower, Boiler Blowdown, and FGD Purge Streams to Optimize Water Use
The power generation industry is the most water-intensive industry in North America. The droughts that some US states have faced present critical challenges for this industry. Facilities must now consider ways of lowering water consumption while ensuring that wastewater meets EPA regulations. This market insight discusses the strategies power plant...
18 Sep 2013  |  North America
Equipment for Water Reuse and Recycling will Improve Oil Extraction in the Canadian Oil Sands
Water and wastewater treatment is fast becoming a restraint for the Canadian oil sands industry. With large volumes of fresh water being sourced and with expected growth for extraction in the oil sands, oil operators are seeking innovative ways to reuse and recycle wastewater. This market insight discusses the environmental strategies that can help...
13 Jun 2013  |  North America
The Emphasis on Reducing Energy Consumption in Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities is Growing
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...
08 Mar 2013  |  North America
Assessment of the MACT Rule and the Likely Impact within the Energy and Power Market
This market insight discusses how the environmental solutions market has been performing in recent years for reducing the air pollution within power plants. The critical analysis is based upon the use of coal as the main energy source being used and the emissions it produces. An overview of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations will dete...