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CCBJ Vol X No 04-06: Climate Change Markets in Sewer & Wastewater

The largest single client category in driving climate adaptation and resiliency projects in terms of numbers is municipalities and more specifically those that own and manage water and wastewater facilities. Re-christened as "water resource recovery facilities" or WRRFs, wastewater treatment plants are poised to play a growing role in climate change adaptation and GHG mitigation strategies. This edition details emerging trends such as the businesses and public WRRFs positioning for a piece of regulatory-driven food waste recycling market and the fast growth in the potable reuse markets. Consulting firms describe a wide range of climate change projects, from initial GHG management projects that cost as little as $5,000 to projects in the $1 million to $3 million range. As in other sectors, climate change is more and more commonly integrated into larger upgrades or master planning efforts, but few projects go without adaptation planning.

Table of Contents

01.Water reuse grows fastest in CA and TX, but markets pick up 5

02.Industrial reuse grows in oil and gas, food and beverage and other 9

03.Black & Veatch reports on industry 11

04.One Water LA plan will rely on reuse and stormwater management to reach 50% local 13

05.Food waste business grows based on regulations and sustainability 16

06.Tetra Tech integrates climate change into water, wastewater 21

07.GE Water & Process Tech drives innovation, expands 22

08.CH2M water leader reflects on growing climate change 24

09.Protection strategies for coastal WRRFs bring new flood risks "inside the fence".pg 26

10.Carollo has robust GHG mitigation and climate change adaptation 27

11.GZA builds resiliency practice for wastewater and other 29

12.Hazen and Sawyer takes on big climate change projects for cities and industry 31



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