The Water Mart™ contains valuable information about US Community Water Systems, with insights related to locations, operations, and financials.
The data, documents, and visualizations may be used to help you benchmark against your public water utility peers. You'll leverage our base data to benchmark your own performance against that of your peers. Rate case discussions with community and political stakeholders can be much smoother with excellent benchmarking data.
The US EPA and delegated state authorities regulate wastewater discharges under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program. The Wastewater Mart™ provides insights on 1000s of permitted facilities and the companies that operate them, including regulated parameters and reported violations.
The Finance Mart™ contains financial information on 1,000s of US publicly traded companies. There are 1,000,000s of data points available on 1,000s of reported attributes.
- Balance sheet and income statement KPIs
- Company performance by peer group
- HQ location by industry
The Climate Mart™ contains data related to reported GHG emissions from US companies that are subject to the EPA mandatory reporting rule.
- Multi-year emission trends by industry, region, and organization
- Gases and industrial processes contributing to CO2e emissions expressed as metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent gases
- Upstream oil and gas emissions by production basin and organization.
The Top 25 U.S. Cities have combined annual operating budgets exceeding 300 Billion USD, equivalent to the GDP of many countries and exceeding the revenue of most of the world’s largest private companies.
Organizations mastering the art of serving large municipalities are rewarded with high-profile, multi-year capital and operating contracts.
It is difficult, however, for even the most-sophisticated organizations to decipher municipal capital plans and operating budgets. Often, these documents are not easy reads. The largest of them are more than 2000 pages, and are loaded with codes and abbreviations describing 100s of multi-year projects. Why bother?
You don’t want to wait for the RFP to find you.
Although most city procurement processes have high integrity, if you are hearing about a project when the RFP hits your desk, it is probably a losing proposition. Your competition planned for it and may have even helped write the specifications. To win more, you need to be better-informed.