National Economic and Labor Impacts of the Water Utility Sector - 4566
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
2014 $150,000.00 Mr. Jonathan Cuppett Alexander Quinn AECOM
This project contributes to the overall discussion of the value of water by focusing on the economic impacts associated with water, wastewater, and stormwater service operations and capital investments. Funded by the Water Research Foundation and the Water Environment Research Foundation, the study estimates how the planned operating and capital investments of 30 large public water utilities contribute directly and indirectly to the economy and employment markets in their respective regions and to the nation over the next decade. The study produced two reports. The Executive Report (4566a) summarizes the findings and is available in print and PDF. The Technical Report (4566b) provides additional information on the project background, approach, and findings, and is available in PDF. Published in 2014.

Report NameReport #AvailableOrder ReportDownload PDFExecutive Summary
National Economic & Labor Impacts of the Water Utility Sector: Executive Report4566a9/4/2014
National Economic & Labor Impacts of the Water Utility Sector: Technical Report4566b9/4/2014