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U.S. Municipal Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Spending Reacts to Continuing Economic Pressures

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U.S. Municipal Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Spending Reacts to Continuing Economic Pressures PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 22, 2012 - Frost & Sullivan complimentary webinar discusses where the money is going and what municipalities plan to do with it in the short-term MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- WHEN: 1:00 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012 LOCATION: Online, with complimentary registration SPEAKER: Industry Analyst Eric Meliton for Frost & Sullivan's Environment and Building Technologies Practice With the effects of the 2009 economic downturn still constraining the growth potential of the U.S. municipal water and wastewater treatment market, insights from key industry participants are useful to understand the true state of the current market landscape. This briefing will look at the past two years of infrastructure spending in the U.S. municipal water and wastewater market, identifying regions of growth and issues regarding procurement, budget allocation, and long-term spending initiatives.

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U.S. Municipal Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Spending Reacts to Continuing Economic Pressures
PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 22, 2012
- Frost & Sullivan complimentary webinar discusses where the money is going and what municipalities plan to do with it in the short-term MOUNTAIN VIEW, California,Aug. 22, 2012/PRNewswire/ --
WHEN: LOCATION: SPEAKER:
1:00 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012 Online, with complimentary registration Industry Analyst Eric Meliton for Frost & Sullivan's Environment and Building Technologies Practice
With the effects of the 2009 economic downturn still constraining the growth potential of the U.S. municipal water and wastewater treatment market, insights from key industry participants are useful to understand the true state of the current market landscape.This briefing will look at the past two years of infrastructure spending in the U.S. municipal water and wastewater market, identifying regions of growth and issues regarding procurement, budget allocation, and long-term spending initiatives. Why you should attend:
Learn about 2010 to 2012 municipal water and wastewater treatment infrastructure projects Discover insights into new and existing industry challenges Analyze regional funding limitations Identify location-based growth opportunities based on spending initiatives and infrastructure investments
This briefing will benefit engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) firms as well as municipalities, and water and wastewater treatment equipment suppliers. Theinsights derived from this briefing will also impact industry participants who rely on the sustainability of the U.S. municipal water and wastewater infrastructure market. Supporting Quotes "The ongoing impact of the economic decline is still felt by U.S. municipalities today," said Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Eric Meliton."Either through the increasing costs for retrofit and replacement projects, or the cost of materials and labor, the period from 2010 to 2012 is a compelling timeline to understand where the U.S. municipal water and wastewater spending initiatives will occur. Identification of regions of growth in the U.S. is key to understanding where market participants need to position themselves to thrive.We will discuss profiles of municipal case studies, which facilitate an outlook as to the short-term and long-term potential of the marketplace."