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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Frost & Sullivan Hosts Free Webinar: Water Scarcity - North American Solutions for 2010

Frost & Sullivan Hosts Free Webinar: Water Scarcity - North American Solutions for 2010

WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2010 at 1 p.m.
LOCATION: Online, with free registration
SPEAKER: Eric Meliton, Sr. Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan

As water becomes increasingly scarce, it is important to find solutions that can be implemented. It is equally important to address short- and long-term issues. This briefing will do just that by looking at various water scarcity challenges that will affect North America in 2010 moving forward.

Highlights of this event include an overview of the water scarcity challenges in the U.S., including insights into water demand and availability; discussion of the major segment drivers and restraints, regulations and restrictions; analysis into water restrictions imposed on both municipalities and industrial end-user vertical markets; insights into recent case studies proposed or recently implemented; and a breakdown of proposed technological solutions such as desalination.

This briefing will benefit municipalities and water and wastewater treatment equipment suppliers. The insights derived from this briefing will also impact engineering, procurement, and construction firms that participate in the water infrastructure industry segment. Water use restrictions and scarcity concerns affect both municipalities and industrial end-user markets; therefore the challenges identified by this presentation will benefit participants looking to address some of these issues.

Supporting Quote

"2010 marks the time to address water scarcity and water use restriction challenges in North America," states Meliton. "Several U.S. states are identifying treatment processes and technology that can help alleviate the burden on this natural resource. With restrictions imposed on both municipalities and industrial end users, the scarcity issue is becoming a major concern for 2010 moving forward."

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