hkc22.com market study
DECENTRALISED WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMS WORLDWIDE 2030
With Focus on 57 Countries in Detail and Driving Technologies.
SMALL SYSTEM FOR DRINKING AND WASTE WATER TREATMENT,
SMALL SEWER PLANTS, RAIN WATER SYSTEMS, WATER MANAGEMANT AND CONVERGING ENERGY SYSTEMS.
Markets, Technologies, Branches, Companies, Countries, Developments 2012 to 2030
Market -Technology - Study 2012
I. Initial Position
Decentralised water systems are re-emerging as long term solutions to water scarcity and constraints of the centralised approach. But also new Technologies open new chances and markets.
As cities move from delivering sanitary to sustainable water – small water systems present an opportunity to utilise ‘new’ sources, to move and treat water efficiently and to avoid the problems of large infrastructure.
Most intensive resource recovery projects have taken place in Europe, Israel, Singapore. The degree to which these technologies can be implemented world wide will depend on factors like , operating costs, potential revenues, the value of the resources and public acceptance levels for wastewater resources, reused, recycled and treaded. This study show the technologies, value chain. Markets, developments, and the future of decentralised small water systems to 2030.
Every country and city will need to make a master plan for water and waste water. hkc22.com has over 25 years of experience working in the field of sustainable water management and has assisted water utilities across the world to develop sustainable water management strategies and demand management programs. Also worked with local to develop decision-making frameworks and policies for total water cycle management.
Why decentralized wastewater treatment ?
Decentralized wastewater treatment was used in the past most commonly to serve limited populated communities, farms, houses, companies, hotels, that were too far from larger areas to have sewers extended to them. As cities grew and overtook these communities, they were brought into centralized systems for reasons of health and cost. Recently, however, decentralized treatment has seen a resurgence. Sewer pipeline construction can be costly in established neighbourhoods and membrane-based technology has dropped in cost and become more available, allowing for smaller, more locally based treatment plants, using waste water, rain water, and others. Advantages:
•a smaller footprint, which allows them to blend into existing communities, •excellent odour-removing abilities, •an ability to produce non-potable water supply close by that can ease the strain on local water supplies, •in total water reuse and recycle the water in to drinking water too.
Reclaimed water from wastewater is a technology which is being implemented in wastewater treatment plants around the world. Using membrane technology, water can be purified and used in grey water applications, in irrigation or as a supplement to existing ground and surface water sources.
II. Goals of the Study
The study provides a foundation to gain information about trends, opportunities and risks and to evaluate initial situation and further development as well, identifies and evaluates the growth and profit opportunities within the segments of technologies/markets and value chain. It deals with the following technology sectors:
In small systems, small sewer plants, rain water systems
- Treatment of waste water
- Drinking water, water desalination
- Water treatment/water purification
- Energy in water and wastwater
- Automation, E-Technique and Services
- Emerging membrane technology
- Emerging desalination
The study is arranged by sectors and can be obtained either completely, or each sector separately. The markets are presented by countries and regions, as well as by market segments.
The study provides an analysis and profiles, as well as presentation of the leading water companies in this field and their factores of success and technology portfolio. This part of the study can also be obtained extra.
III. Contents of the Study
All datas, markets are in US$ and 2011-12-13-14-2015-2020-2025-2030
Part 1. Water Technology Worldwide
1.1.Total Drinking water and waste water markets worldwide, by regions, countries
1.2. Total Drinking water markets worldwide, by regions, countries
1.3. Total waste water markets worldwide, by regions, countries
1.4. Water markets by branches and sectors, total, regions, countries
1.5. Water markets by process-, reuse-recycling-, reclamation-, water
1.6. Water markets by technologies and systems, total, regions, countries,
1.7. Value Chain of water/waste water market worldwide
1.8. Value Chain by business segments for wter and wastewater worldwide
1.9. Competition of leading companies
1.10 Profitability by technology and systems
1.11 Market drivers, and Influences of the developments
Part 2. Small Sewer Plants for Waste Water Treatment Worldwide
2.1. State of technologies and systems 2012 and developments
Part 3. Rainwater Harvesting and Systems Worldwide
3.1 State of technologies and systems 2012 and developments
Part 4. Small Systems for Drinking Water Treatment Worldwide
4.1State of technologies and systems 2012 and developments
Part 5 . Small Systems for Waste Water Treatment Worldwide
5.1State of technologies and systems 2012 and developments
Part 6. Residential Water Systems Worldwide
Pumpsystems for rainwater, grey water, ….( Hauswasserwerke)
Stand alone Toilets and systems
Stand alone Showers (with and without grey water)
Grey water use in house systems
Disinfection and Purification
Water recycling-, reuse and reclamation-, whole house systems
6.1State of technologies and systems 2012 and developments
Part 7. Process Water Systems (small Systems) Worldwide
7.1State of technologies and systems 2012 and developments
Part 8. Water Disinfection and Sanitation small systems Worldwide
8.1State of technologies and systems 2012 and developments
Part 9. Water Recycling and Reuse Worldwide
9.1State of technologies and systems 2012 and developments
Part 10 . Water Dispenser and Water Cooler worldwide
10.1 Dispenser, Cooler, Bottled Water, Water Trading Bulk Water
Part 11. Countries, Regions , World
Western Europe NAFTA Middle East
Germany USA Israel
France Canada UAE
Italy Mexico Saudi Arabia
Great Britain Iran
Ireland South and Middle America Iraq
Spain Venezuela Egypt
Portugal Argentina Rest Middle East
Norway Columbia Africa
Sweden Chile South Africa
Finland Rest S/M America Morocco
Austria Asia / Australia Tunisia
Switzerland Japan Libya
Turkey China Rest Africa
Rest WE Korea
Rest N/E Asia Worldwide Summary
Eastern Europe / CIS India
Czech Republic Pakistan
Rest OEU / MEU Thailand
Russia Rest South Asia
Rest CIS New Zealand
IV. Cost of the Study and How to Order
The Study can be bought as total study for 4.900.- Euro or parts/segments for 2.900.- Euro
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