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Water: Week in Review

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In addition to the normal flow of M&A, investment activity, projects, and technology introductions, the last two weeks have put water scarcity concerns in the limelight.  Not only is water scarcity expected to be one of the main barriers to growth for India in the upcoming years, but Trillium Asset Management is calling out companies that don’t yet focus on factoring water risk into their bottom line.  It’s a good thing we also saw a new report on water reuse and how it may even be healthier for us than drinking water – it’s a sustainable water source that we can’t (and shouldn’t!) run away from.  Read below for details on these stories and more:

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Arti Patel is on the Research & Advisory team at Cleantech Group.

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  • Claudius Jaeger

    Great article. I found this particularly interesting:

    “Trillium Asset Management is calling out companies that don’t yet focus on factoring water risk into their bottom line”

    While to the average person that may not seem like a big deal, the fact is so many industries are water intensive, including food, chemicals, paper and more.

  • http://jaeger-aeration.com/wastewater-consultant/ wastewater consultants

    Great article. I found this particularly interesting:

    “Trillium Asset Management is calling out companies that don’t yet focus on factoring water risk into their bottom line”

    While to the average person that may not seem like a big deal, the fact is so many industries are water intensive, including food, chemicals, paper and more.