Water Recycling, Reuse and new Processes in the Water and Wastewater markets Worldwide from 2015 to 2020 and 2040. Water-2 the next Generation Water Markets. Technologies, Markets and Market Developments, Application, Countries, Companies.
Globally, the water and wastewater industries are growing fast but slow down in 2009 in different segments and countries. Long term the markets will grow with 6 percent p.a. Water recycling, reuse and efficiency is the next wave in water industries worldwide. Reducing the demand for potable water, industrial water and water in agriculture is the key to overcome scarcity and increasing costs. One of the ways is using recycled water as a substitute. Realising potential benefits of water recycling and water conservation are identified as two of the greatest challenges for the next 30 years. Today the overall rate for recycling water is 5 percent from the total water market but we expect annually increase of 20 to 30 percent reaching over 40 percent from the total markets by 2040. This is the market for new technologies, processes and efficiency systems and high profit potentials in the future.
Non-potable water reuse is today an increasingly accepted practice but only in the beginning of commercialisation in most countries. These developments will free up potable water supplies and recharge systems while improving the protection of public health and the environment. Potable water from sewage plants and recycling plants will be common in some years. Already some countries like Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Namibia and in the near future China, Australia, USA and more will use potable water coming from sewage plants after secure cleaning processes. Future recycling operations are secured through informed industry, sound integrated management and treatment processes with suitably stringent standards and practices. Government law and regulation with stringent control of compliance are part the system.
Today there are only about 20 companies worldwide active with innovative technologies and processes and the potential to operate scientifically-based quality assured such plants and not only single applications. But the next years we expect a strong increase of companies entering this new market worldwide. There is no single solution or technology that can be applied. Further, financial incentives are required to drive and boost investment in some water recycling ventures, projects and countries. Small systems for industries, commercials and residential will drive the markets growth and open a new worldwide marketing strategy and profit potentials.
This study discuss the categories related to water recycling and water reuse divided into the following categories, water contamination, economic scarcity and physical scarcity. The study is made for intelligent companies to plan there future developments and strategies in the water and wastewater markets worldwide, develop innovations and products and audit there today strategies and product portfolios. It`s made for governments and authorities to develop new regulations and law and select the leading companies to realise the projects which are discussed in this study.
II. Goals of the Study
The study provides a foundation to gan 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:
- Water recycling and reuse in different segment: municipal, residential, industrial, agriculture
- Water recycling and reuse in small scale buildings (POU)
- Smalls systems and plants
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.
III. Contents of the Study
Aim of the Study Methods of the Study Definitions of terms Overview of the water and wastewater markets worldwide by year to 2020 -Drinking water worldwide by year to 2020 -waste water worldwide by year to 2020 -Water disinfection, treatment and purification worldwide by year to 2020 -Industrial water worldwide by year to 2020 Overview of the markets for water recycling and reuse worldwide by year to 2020 -by technology worldwide by year to 2020 -by end-use application worldwide by year to 2020 -by regions worldwide by year to 2020 -by leading countries worldwide by year to 2020 -by competition and leading companies, portfolios and profit Definitions of grey and black water Overview of water problems, state of water and water use worldwide -Water problems: -State of water worldwide: oWater usage profiles (selected leading countries) Water source: -ground water -surface water -desalination -recycling Value Chain
Part I: Water contamination problems and treatment methods
Water problems: -waterborne diseases -protozoan parasites -bacteria -viruses -chemical compounds (organic and inorganic) -acid and alkaline -odour, taste and discolouration Treatment methods: Chemical processes: Physical processes: Biological processes oaerobic and anaerobic treatments Market segmentation Residential water recycling -grey water and black water recycling -nano-particulate membrane bio-reactor -overview of technologies used Small business water recycling olarger scale business and offices -overview of technologies for water recycling in small business segment -smaller scale water recycling units Municipal water recycling: -Overview of technologies for water recycling in municipal segment oLarger scale plants and water recycling facilitites -End application Industrial water recycling: -application -Overview of technologies for industrial water recycling -End application
Part II: Water shortage and country profiles* (57 countries)
-State of Water worldwide -Water usage overview -Countries currently facing water shortage problems - Countries in danger of facing water problems in the near future
Population Water source: -Ground water -Recycled water -Desalination plants -Others Water usage profiles: -Industry -Municipal -Residential -Agriculture Water development Current solutions and solutions planed
Technology and Application
Oveview of technologies in water recycling -ultrafiltration -reverse osmosis -UV-disinfection -Oxodation -Membrane processes -Chlorine -Aeration
End-use: -indirect potable -direct potable -indirect non-potable -indirect potable Specific Applications: -drinking water -Agriculture and irrigation -Groundwater recharge/reservoir -Others By sectors: -agriculture -recreation -environmental -industrial -household -Others
-Potable water -grey water -black water
Markets for water recycling overview and detailed market analysis worldwide by year to 2020
Overview of the markets for water recycling worldwide worldwide by year to 2020 Value Chain By regions By technologies By applications By segments Overview of the markets for water recycling in West Europe worldwide by year to 2020 By leading countries By technologies By applications By segments Overview of the markets for water recycling in Eastern Europe worldwide by year to 2020 By leading countries By technologies By applications By segments Overview of the markets for water recycling in NAFTA worldwide by year to 2020 By leading countries By technologies By applications By segments Overview of the markets for water recycling in Asia Pacific worldwide by year to 2020 By leading countries By technologies By applications By segments Overview of the markets for water recycling in South America worldwide by year to 2020 By leading countries By technologies By applications By segments Overview of the markets for water recycling in municipal segment (by year to 2020) Overview of the markets for water recycling and reuse in residential segment (by year to 2020) Overview of the markets for water recycling and reuse in industrial segment (by year to 2020) Overview of the markets for water recycling and reuse in agriculture segment (by year 2020)
State of technology and plants
Singapore NEWater Namibia USA (Carolina’s Orange County) Saudi Arabia India (New Delhi) Australia
Development and Future Technologies
Water quality issues Direct potable use
Laws and regulation
Clean Water Act International National Australia, EPA Victoria: Guidelines for Environmental Management, Use of Reclaimed Water, September 2002 Regional
Leading companies Other Companies
57 countries, grouped by regions, plus regions summaries and world summary.
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
V. Time Schedule
The study is completed and can be delivered immediately.
VI. Methods of Investigation
The study is based on the following methods: Desk and Field Research. Market potentials and prospects are gathered by the Delphi-Method. Here specialists in the market are questioned about their future expectations which are then narrowed through repeated coordination with the specialists.
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