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A detailed look at the water industry and the trends that canlead to investment opportunities

Water has quickly grown into a big global business, with annualrevenues in the United States alone reaching over $200 billion. Inthe years ahead, companies as well as governments must findinnovative ways to address important issues within this fieldwithout sacrificing basic needs, such as safety of drinking wateror the reliability of water for energy production. Nobodyunderstands this better than author Neil Grigg, a forty-yearveteran of the water industry, and now, with Water Finance,he shares his extensive experience with you.

Most of the water business operates under the radar, but withthis reliable resource, Grigg shines a bright light on thisessential area and offers comprehensive coverage of the publicresponsibilities and private opportunities associated with it.While Water Finance does contain many facts and figures, italso takes the time to pull together the various aspects of water,going far beyond water as just a commodity, to skillfully explainit as the integrated business that it is.

  • Opens with a detailed discussion of the water industry beforeturning its focus to water handling, which includes water supply,wastewater, industrial water, storm water, irrigation and drainage,and instream flows
  • Reveals the different driving forces, and issues, surroundingthe water industry such as government involvement, privatization,law and regulations, financial structure, water and health, andworkforce capacity
  • Offers insights on water industry business, careers, andinvestments

Organized around the idea that the water business is about allaspects of handling water, from the global environment to your tap,Water Finance contains the information you need to succeedin this dynamic field.

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