There have been a few odds-and-ends news items in the past few days that follow up on topics we have discussed here before. Thus, in case you missed them, check out:
- This news release from Frost & Sullivan describing the need for increased spending on water infrastructure -- a nice follow-up to this post linking to Matt Marshall's good article on the attractiveness of clean water venture capital investing. The Frost & Sullivan report indicates that water infrastructure spending in the U.S. is already a $4B market, and is growing as regulatory and sheer operational needs mount. The report specifically points to membrane technologies and water meter reading as key areas for growth.