Water & Waste Water Treatment Market in India - 2013

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Water & Waste Water Treatment market primarily covers Water treatment, ETP, STP, Water recycling. This report covers all the 4 and in addition will also cover the project business market. The report covers the market size by value, its spread and type of technology. The intent is not just to provide market data but insights that could help companies existing or planning to enter this fast growing business. Moreover, the report highlights the latest
innovations & technologies in the market. The report covers the best industry practices followed by the leading companies in the Water & Waste Water Treatment business. For further details http://www.infraline.com/Reports.aspx?id=263&tlt=Water--Waste-Water-Treatment-Market-in-India-2013&sl=Market%20Research%20Series

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Water & Waste Water Treatment Market in India - 2013

  1. 1. InfralineEnergy Publications Water & Waste Water Treatment Market in India - 2013 July 2013
  2. 2. Industry-first Analysis On ƒƒ Innovations in the Water & waste water treatment technologies & solutions ƒƒ Purchase Process in Municipal bodies, Industrial & Commercial sector ƒƒ Business practice in Water & waste water treatment Industry ƒƒ Key Drivers and Challenges associated with the Industry ƒƒ Pricing strategies of the Industry ƒƒ Detailed company profiles of some of the large companies ƒƒ Companies up for merger and acquisitions ƒƒ Company strategy of some of the market leaders in the segment ƒƒ Likely consolidation in the sector ƒƒ Demand for Water & waste water treatment solutions from Municipal, Commercial & Industrial segments ƒƒ Market Size of all type of Water & waste water treatment solutions (Water treatment, ETP, STP, Water Recycling) in India – Value ƒƒ Market share of the top companies and emerging companies ƒƒ Trends in market size of top 5 companies in the industry ƒƒ Variance in the Product Price of different companies ƒƒ Future market estimates based on investments in industry ƒƒ After sales & service strategy of key companies in the sector Key Questions Answered ƒƒ What is the total market size of Water & waste water treatment Industry (Water treatment, ETP, STP, Water Recycling) in India ? ƒƒ How has the market grown over the years and likely to grow over the coming years? ƒƒ Which company is leader and which company is emerging as a challenger? ƒƒ What are the challenges faced by the industry? ƒƒ Is there room for new company to enter this market? ƒƒ What are the industry best practices? ƒƒ Customer preferences criteria’s - quality or low price? ƒƒ What regulations are driving / governing the demand for Water & waste water treatment solutions ƒƒ Which strategy is better to enter? ƒƒ What is the opportunity on the after sales & service side of business? ƒƒ Which company to invest in as an investor? ƒƒ How company A is different to company B? ƒƒ Industry usage and purchase practice? ƒƒ Whats the best strategy to gain market share – Volume approach or niche approach? Project business or product business, Trunkey EPC solutions? Background : Water & Waste Water Treatment market primarily covers Water treatment, ETP, STP, Water recycling. This report will cover all the 4 and in addition will also cover the project business market. The report will cover the market size by value, its spread and type of technology. The intent is not just to provide market data but insights that could help companies existing or planning to enter this fast growing business. Moreover, the report will highlight the latest innovations & technologies in the market. The report covers the best industry practices followed by the leading companies in the Water & Waste Water Treatment business. Industry At A Glance : India’s population of 1.3 billion is growing about 1.3 % annually, set to overtake China as the most populous nation by 2025. India demand for clean water by 2030 may exceed supply by 50 % while pollution is making what’s available unfit for human consumption, industrial or agricultural use. India is leading sector growth due to contracts from municipalities struggling with clean water shortages and an inundation of sewage. With India projected as a water stressed nation by 2025, need to concentrate efforts on water and wastewater treatment for sustainability. The Indian Government have started to support private party participation (PPP) in the water sector and has introduced many regulatory reforms to encourage water treatment programs. The efforts seem to have made a progress as the Indian water and wastewater treatment is expected to reflect a growth phase in the coming years. Proposed tax breaks for industries that save water and environmental concerns can be cited as the two main causes for the gaining importance of water recycling and other treatment solutions. Backed by the government’s national water policy that encourages private investments in municipal water and wastewater projects, an upswing in the wastewater treatment can be expected in the next five years. Various schemes and Special Central Assistance to the state governments and Urban Local Bodies support the various initiatives that aim to enhance the infrastructure for water supply and sanitation in the country. Market dynamics : Water & Waste Water Treatment matket in India expected to reach around INR 22,000 Crs (USD 4230 Million) by FY2018. Rise in Demand for Water and Wastewater Treatment in India, which is expected to grow at around 18 to 20 % as growing cities overwhelmed by water and sewage drive government contracts. Market driven by municipal & industrial demand in India, just because there is so much need for water Treatment solutions. In most of India, outside of the biggest cities doesn’t even have a wastewater collection system, which is biggest opportunity for water Treatment companies. Water supply is more than just an economic input, it is a social and physical necessity. Industry not seen too much of a slowdown because the government’s priority is to keep water & waste water treatment projects going. Agriculture accounts for around 70 to 75% of India’s water consumption, industrial demand is growing at 2 to 3 times the pace of municipal or farm use. Stakeholders in the Water and Waste Water Treatment Business value chain: Water & Waste Water Treatment Market in India - 2013
  3. 3. Scope of the research work : ƒƒ Water & Waste water treatment market size estimation for the year 2012-13 ƒƒ Market size estimation for the year 2012- 13 for Water treatment, ETP, STP, Water recycling ƒƒ Market size by sales value, by companies, by technology types, by End use segment, by region, by product vs. services, value added services ƒƒ SWOT analysis of each market segment ƒƒ Highlights on new product offering/ innovation in the market ƒƒ Key orders & developments in the market ƒƒ Opportunity assessment for future outlook Must Buy For ƒƒ Domestic / International Manufacturers – Water & waste water treatment Equipment, Chemicals, solution providers ƒƒ Component Suppliers for Water & waste water treatment equipment – Global & domestic companies ƒƒ Component & other spares manufacturers – Global & domestic ƒƒ Raw material suppliers & manufacturers ƒƒ Water Treatment Chemical suppliers & manufacturers - Global & domestic ƒƒ OEM’s & Assemblers ƒƒ Brokerage Firms ƒƒ Investment Banks ƒƒ Private Equity ƒƒ Venture Capital ƒƒ Financing Institutions ƒƒ Consulting Companies ƒƒ Industry Associations ƒƒ State water bodies & associations Reasons to refer this research report: ƒƒ The report on Water & Waste Water Treatment Market in India will be useful to; ƒƒ Know the market landscape ƒƒ Know the total size of the market ƒƒ Know the market share of different companies ƒƒ Know whether there is an entry opportunity or the market is saturated with competition ƒƒ Know the how market is spread across the country ƒƒ Know what unique are the top companies doing to remain in the business ƒƒ Know what new is happening in the industry – new offerings, product innovation etc. ƒƒ Keep a track of your market share on an annual basis without paying huge cost to commission a separate market research engagement Companies, Technologies & End user segments : Industry presence with over 250 companies operating in Water & waste water treatment market place. Around 25 to 30 organised companies operating across India offering wide range of products & solutions. Also presence of large number of medium & small companies operating at regional level, with limited product & solution ranges. Key companies includes Thermax, Ion Exchange, VA Tech Wabag, , Doshion, Driplex, Hindustan Dorr Oliver, Degremont, Praj, Aquatech, Paramount Ltd, Aquatech, Siemens, GE, UEM, Fontus, Veolia water, Bestech, Aqua Filsep,PermeonicsManaswatertech, Fontuswater. Few companies have manufacturing setup at multiple locations & few have technical collaborations with international firms. Indigenous development of various water treatment components & spares like resins, RO membranes and vessels have reduced costs of treatment plants and have made various technologies easily available on a mass-scale to end customer segments.New entrants in India are Hitachi (HPT) (Japan), Voltas, IDE Technologies Ltd (Israel ) and Hyflux Ltd. (HYF) (Singapore), Abengoa SA (ABG) (Spain). Companies offerings products & solutions across the segments of municipal wastewater, industrialwastewater,andwastewaterrecycling&reclamationandresidualsmanagement include: Aeration, Biological treatment, Anaerobic treatment, Wastewater clarification, Digestion, Separation, Chemical feed , Residuals management , Disinfection , Reuse and recycling systems, Odor control systems and controls. Municipal corporations continue to be relatively large users of water & sewage treatment plants. Municipalities across India are in search of workable and cost effective water & sewage treatment Technologies. Water scarcity is now making it mandatory for industry in several states to go for water recycling & ZLD (Zero liquid discharge). Power, Textiles, Petrochemical, Refineries, Steel, Pharma, Fertilizers & Chemicals are major user segments in industrial sector. Aid from World Bank and other financial institutions increasing over the years, which is key driver for investment in water segment.Bulk water user segment like Municipal corporation & building projects use basic treatment as the water and effluent quantity generated is high. Pharma segment use the water for critical process and the quality of water used has direct impact on quality of the final product manufactured. Other industrial process water and waste generation segment has high water requirement and the treatment used varies depending on the criticality of the process & End application. Water & Waste Water Treatment Techniques & Methods: Water & Waste Water Treatment Market in India - 2013 For Sales & Support Ravinder Nagar ravinder.nagar@infraline.com Ph +91 11 46250027, +91 9873422453
  4. 4. 1. Overview of Water & Waste Water Treatment Market in India (2012-13) a. Market overview b. Key developments in the industry c. Key initiatives & developments among competition 2. Water& Waste Water Treatment Industry market landscape a. Water & Waste Water Treatment in India (Key Water & waste water treatment Techniques) b. Key business stakeholders c. Role of the various stakeholders d. Product offerings &application matrix (Technologies vs. Products) e. Typical Project Execution Flow Process in Water & Waste Water Treatment f. Product usage practices g. Supplier vs. Products 3. Water & Waste Water Treatment market in India (2012-13) a. Water & Waste Water Treatment and its classification b. Products and technologies used in India c. Current Technology & trends d. Water & Waste Water Treatment Industry Structure in India e. Competition Market characteristics f. Competition vs. product offerings (Technologies & Products) g. Companies Geographical spread h. Market size in 2012-13: By value i. Domestic Production –Exports +Imports = Domestic market ii. Market Size (2012-13) : By Organised Vs. Unorganised companies iii. Market Size (2012-13) : By Domestic Vs. Imports iv. Market Size (2012-13) : By Companies v. Market Size (2012-13) : By Business Segments (Products, Projects, Services) vi. Market Size (2012-13) : By Technologytypes (Water Treatment, Water Recycling, Effluent Treatment Plant (ETP), Sewage Treatment Plant (STP)) ; Competition vs. End use Technologies vii. Market Size (2012-13) : By End Use Segment – Industrial, Community/ Muncipal, Commercial) ; Competition vs. End use segment viii. Market Size (2012-13) : By region; Competition vs. region ix. Market Size (2012-13) : By Products (Standard Products & Retrofit)& Competition x. Market Size (2012-13) : By Services (AMC, Spares, O & M) - By Competition, By business segment, By region i. Product pricing & commercial j. Marketing & distribution practices k. Key selling practices l. Competition : End User perception Analysis m. Market Trends n. Market Drivers & Enablers o. Past & Future market p. Major Competition Details q. Competition : Strength vs. Weakness r. SWOT 4. Service practices in Water & Waste Water Industry in India a. Key service offerings (Spares, AMC, O & M, other value added services) b. Key segments catered by competition c. Competition Service Business Model in India d. Service practices among End Use segments (In-house Vs. Outsourced) 5. Products & Solutions Usage Practices Across END Use Segment a. End Use Segment classification based on water& waste water treatment needs b. Solutions used across end use segments c. End use segments Spend levels on water & waste water Treatment d. Product purchase practices e. Brand Awareness f. Brand Selection criteria g. Key influencers in the industry h. Role of Consultants in the value chain i. Details on End use segments j. O & M cost involved across End Use Segment k. Need gap Analysis across End use segments l. Key service expectations from End use segment m. Technology trends in the industry 6. Government Rules & regulations in Water & Waste water Treatment industry in India a. Pollution Control Board (PCB) norms b. End Use segment details based on PCB norms c. Key initiatives from Government bodies d. State level Norms (if any) e. Other details 7. Current and Future Innovations in Water & Waste Water Treatment Technologies in India a. Technology trends in the industry b. Trunkey Project Business models : BOOT, BOO, Others c. Outsourcing technologies Trend in India – New models & Concepts d. Market Awareness On New Concepts / Models & future trends 8. Future outlook for Water & Waste Water Treatment market in India a. Water sector in India – Current & future b. Key drivers and enablers c. Emerging Market trends d. Future Market outlook in India e. Issues with domestic competition f. Market challenges g. Key Success factors in the industry h. New entrants in the Industry 9. Appendix a. Company profiles(Top 5 Company Profiles) b. Emerging company in Water & Waste Water Treatment market in India Table of Contents To know more about this report and pricing options kindly contact: Ravinder Nagar ravinder.nagar@infraline.com, Ph +91 11 46250027, +91 9873422453

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