• What are the New Growth Hubs for the LATAM Water and Wastewater Industry?
    Rising water attendance rates and wastewater treatment and pollution control drive future growth potential

    Research Overview

    The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the great lack of access to water and the wide gap in sanitation standards across major parts of Latin America (LATAM). Regional projects dedicated to supplying drinking water have gained momentum in recent years accompanied by national plans to address sanitation issues and comply with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). For example, in Brazil, Colombia, and Peru, investments related to the water market are on the rise.

    One main challenge both municipal markets and different industries must address is wastewater treatment. As a result of lax regulations, various LATAM countries contend with major pollution in their water courses and sources. However, countries such as Mexico and Colombia are working on stricter regulations regarding the allowable load of pollutants that different effluents contain, leading many industries to incorporate new water sanitation technologies into their processes.


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