Brown Gibbons Lang & Company sees growth in wastewater

29-11-2017

Population growth and industrial expansion are escalating concerns over water scarcity and demand for clean water, pressuring the need for more rigorous enforcement of environmental regulations, according to an industry report released by Brown Gibbons Lang & Company (BGL). Wastewater discharge requirements are becoming more stringent to protect water quality, positioning the non-hazardous liquid waste management industry for growth.

BGL and contributor The Boston Consulting Group examined trends driving growth in the U.S. wastewater market, sized at more than 100 billion gallons in daily treated volume. The industry spans industrial, commercial, and residential generators of liquid waste and includes diverse materials such as grease, septic waste, and green streams. The report, compiled through discussions with industry executives and data analysis, documents a favourable industry outlook

BGL and contributor The Boston Consulting Group examined trends driving growth in the U.S. wastewater market, sized at more than 100 billion gallons (378 billion litres) in daily treated volume, and spanning industrial, commercial, and residential generators of liquid waste and includes diverse materials such as grease, septic waste, and green streams. The report, compiled through discussions with industry executives and data analysis, documents a favourable industry outlook.

Private investment is growing, illustrated by recent leveraged buyout and growth capital activity, with financial sponsors actively pursuing acquisition strategies to build scale, service offering expansion, and geographic footprint in a highly fragmented market.