Florida’s wastewater reuse capacity up 52% since 2000

Wastewater reuse capacity in Florida has grown 52% since 2000, reaching 6,600 Ml/d in 2014 placing the state at the forefront of US wastewater reuse adoption according to market analyst Bluefield Research.

In its report Municipal wastewater reuse in Florida: market trends and emerging opportunities, Bluefield said its analysis of more than 500 facilities and another 86 planned projects with a total value of more than US$ 6 billion indicated ample opportunities for water solutions providers looking to address the state’s water challenges.

The report covering 2008-2014 includes: critical policies shaping the Florida wastewater reuse market including ocean outfall legislation compliance.