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Latin American governments look upon alternatives of desalination, treatment and reuse of water and effluents as an essential part of their programs to ensure water security.
Public-private partnerships (PPPs)
have established themselves as an essential tool for combining capital, forging alliances, and sharing responsibilities. Thanks to PPPs, Latin America has desalination and reuse projects that compete in capacity and innovation with large facilities in countries that were pioneers in using these solutions.
The success and extent of the countries that have efficiently integrated water desalination, reuse, and treatment technologies show that its use is a
beneficial and urgent option for our region.
In 2021, Latin American private producers
will increase their demand for reuse and desalination technologies, seeking to reduce their water footprint, to avoid the use of natural freshwater sources, and to reduce their effluent emission.
Latin America has a high growth potential for seawater desalination.
However, to date, only 6% of the market is in this region, with Mexico and Chile leading this development.
Associations, institutions, and organizations increasingly allow acceptance and receptivity to the use of these technologies, debunking myths, and misconceptions.
Efficient water management has become an indicator of competitiveness and responsibility.
Companies that have been pioneers using these resources in these fields have set a standard based on environmental and social results in the areas where they work, becoming an example for many to follow.
The portfolio of projects promoted by the Peruvian state is one of the most extensive in the region,
making this Andean country one of the fastest-growing markets for the water sector. ALADYR chose it as host for the next
The need to update regulations and legislation regarding desalination and reuse is still urgent.
However, senior officials who have attended ALADYR seminars affirm that there are indeed mechanisms to protect the private investment, leading to higher certainties and upward growth projections for the coming years.
Latin America is a booming market in desalination, reuse, and treatment of water and effluents.
Between 2018 and 2019, the participation of
over 2,500 attendees
in the ALADYR events reflected this growth.
48% of those who attend to our events and reach out to the Association in search of advice and understanding to adopt these technologies are
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