Obama clashes with states and private sector over wastewater management in shale gas exploration

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NRG Expert, the Energy Intelligence Company, reveals more, not less, private sector involvement necessary in wastewater management; bureaucracy forms an impediment to development of reliable waste management systems.

State utilities will dominate water and waste-water market for foreseeable future however share of private companies’ involvement is forecast to increase from 8% to 15% by 2015. Worldwide, more government involvement could mean less innovation and slowing of progress on provision of safe drinking water. Proper regulatory oversight fosters private sector investment and prevents the cutting of corners to adhere to restrictive policies.
NRG Expert provides a report that looks at:

  •     Coverage of water supply, water pollution and water treatment
  •     Market overview encompassing service providers, water utilities, private investment, private sector participation (PSP) and global multi utilities
  •     Water and waste data for 177 countries worldwide
  •     In depth reporting of the economic situation and water and waste markets including utilities, government utilities and much more for 177 countries worldwide

Major Companies analyzed include:

  •     Ondeo/Suez
  •     Veolia Water
  •     Thames Water
  •     American Water
  •     Berlin Wasser
  •     Bouygues/Saur

With population growth, increased demand for clean, safe water is a key priority. With differing levels of investment governments tread a fine line on the level of intervention necessary to maximize sustainable development.
To get a closer look visit NRG Expert
Global Guide to Water and Waste Utilities
http://www.NRGExpert.com/research-store/water-desalination/water-and-waste-utilities/
NRG Expert is a London and Toronto based energy intelligence and market research publisher, providing up to date information and analysis of worldwide energy markets, including electricity, natural gas, coal, nuclear, renewable energy, water and waste, and all elements of energy infrastructure. To find out more, visit http://www.NRGExpert.com.

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