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Water and Air Purification Systems and Products: Residential & Commercial

  1. 1. Get more info on this report!Water and Air Purification Systems and Products: Residential & CommercialOctober 1, 2010This research report concerning the Water and Air Purification Systems andProducts: Residential & Commercial presents an in-depth analysis of thedevelopment, applications, products, technologies, manufacturers, and trends forproducts that help make indoor air cleaner and healthier and water purer, both forconsumer usage as well as industrial and commercial applications. In developedcountries, water is generally clean and safe to drink and air pollution, except in somelarge cities and industrial areas, is typically low. Nevertheless, indoor air and drinkingwater in developed countries are not without their problems and can adversely affecthuman health or otherwise make living and working conditions less appealing. Inundeveloped and underdeveloped countries, however, water is often contaminated(when it is available) and indoor air quality is low, primarily as a result of using coal andbiomass fuels for heating and cooking. From an industrial and commercial perspective,the need for clean air and clean water is essential to many manufacturing andoperational processes.This report provides a comprehensive assessment of both air and water treatmentneeds and technologies, economic and cost considerations that have limited theirgrowth over the past several years, consumer and business demand, potentialopportunities for additional growth, and an assessment of developing technologies andmarket trends. Projected growth through 2015 for both of these markets for bothconsumer and industrial needs is provided including discussion of economic conditions,environmental impacts, consumer and business demand, stakeholder concerns, andgovernment activities as they affect growth rates. The report also profiles manufacturersand marketers of air and water treatment products and the strategies they have adoptedto maximize growth and profitability.Scope and MethodologyThis report includes both primary and secondary research. Secondary research datahave been obtained from government sources, trade association publications, businessjournals, and company literature. Statistical data are included for industry revenue, on aglobal, regional, and country-level scale. The market size for both the air and watertreatment markets is projected from 2010 to 2015.
  2. 2. Potential applications, development trends, environmental issues, consumer behavior,and business considerations are also reviewed and analyzed. Market size estimatesand forecasts are based on government and secondary sources, and the impact offactors such as health and environmental concerns, economic considerations, andconsumer and business demand for products that can clean indoor air, make living andworking environments more comfortable, and make water purer.How You Will Benefit from this ReportIf you or anyone you know experiences eye, nose, or throat irritation, headaches,dizziness, fatigue, trouble breathing, or continuing sickness in your home or workplace,it could be caused by high levels of indoor air pollutants. Dry throat, itchy skin, mold,and mildew are indications that the indoor environment is too dry or too humid. Aircleaning technologies, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers can alleviate many of thesesymptoms and conditions. Drinking water - even if it does not taste bad, smell, or seemdiscolored - can still contain contaminants that are unpleasing and potentially harmful.Providing pure, clean water for a home or business can alleviate the need for bottledwater, reduce costs, and help the environment. Whether you need to treat the air orwater in your home or your business, this report provides a comprehensive package ofinformation and insight about these technologies and products that are not offered inany other single source. You will gain a thorough understanding of why air and watertreatment is necessary, what technologies are best suited for a particular problem, andhow to make sense of two markets that are highly fragmented and often confusing. Youwill also gain a thorough understanding of usage and technology trends. Projectedmarket growth through 2015 is also presented.This report will help: Marketing Managers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans for air and water treatment products, support services, and potential clientele. Research and Development Professionals remain abreast of emerging competitor initiatives, product applications, and the demand for alternative technologies that improve indoor air quality and water purity. Facilities Managers and current and potential Homeowners understand why and when air and water treatment are needed, how these technologies can improve working and living conditions, the potential health benefits that can ensue from their use, selecting appropriate technologies, and understanding the wide and varied products offered in these markets. Advertising Agencies working with clients in the construction and building supply industry to more effectively promote and market air and water treatment products used therein. Real Estate Agents and Developers understand the demand for air and water treatment technologies, their costs, and the potential benefits derived from these technologies when a structure is purchased and sold.
  3. 3. Information and Research Center Librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers, and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.Table of ContentsChapter 1: Executive Summary Scope Research Methodology Water Problems Water Contaminants Table 1-1 Major Water Problems Water Treatment Technologies Table 1-2 Residential Water Treatment Methods Air Problems Indoor Air Quality Health Issues Table 1-3 Indoor Airborne Contaminants Air Treatment Technologies Table 1-4 Air Cleaning Technologies Market Growth Water Treatment Market - Global Water Treatment Market - Regional Water Treatment Market - Country Level Water Treatment Market - Technologies Table 1-5 Water Treatment Market Size by Technology, 2010 and 2015 ($billions) Air Treatment Market - Global Table 1-6 Minimum Efficiency Reporting Values (MERV) for Filters Air Treatment Market - Regional Air Treatment Market - Country Level Figure 1-8 Air Treatment Markets by Country, 2010 to 2015 ($ billions) Air Treatment Market - Technologies Table 1-7 Air Treatment Market Size by Technology, 2010 and 2015 ($billions) Growth Factors SummaryChapter 2: Market Definition Scope Water Treatment Drinking Water Problems Table 2-1 Major Water Problems and Treatment Methods Waterborne Pathogens Radionuclides Disinfectants
  4. 4. Disinfection By-ProductsInorganic CompoundsSynthetic Organic CompoundsVolatile Organic CompoundsOther Water ProblemsTypes of Water Treatment SystemsPoint-of-Entry Systems (POE)Point-of-Use Systems (POU)Water Treatment MethodsTable 2-2 Water Treatment MethodsWater SofteningIon Exchange ProcessReverse OsmosisCatalytic MediaMagneticsTable 2-3 Water Softening Treatment ComparisonsA note on Water ConditioningDisinfectionDistillationFiltrationClarificationElectrodialysisBiological Water PurificationElectrodeionization (EDI)AerationTypes of Water Supply SystemsPublic Water SystemsFigure 2-1 U.S. Public Water Systems by Type & Population ServedFigure 2-2 People Served by U.S. Public Water Systems by Type of WaterSystemPublic Water System OwnershipFigure 2-3 Water System Ownership by Type of SystemNational Primary Drinking Water RegulationsMaximum Contaminant Level Goals (MCLG)Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCL)Treatment TechniqueMaximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal (MRDLG)Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level (MRDL)Table 2-4 List of Waterborne Microorganism Contaminants & MaximumContaminant LevelsSources of WaterSurface waterGround waterFresh Water UsageFigure 2-4 Per Capita Domestic Water Consumption, U.S. versus SelectedCountries (cubic meters)
  5. 5. Figure 2-5 Percent of Total Water Usage for Domestic Purposes, U.S. versus Selected Countries Air Treatment Air Problems Table 2-5 Indoor Airborne Contaminants Figure 2-6 Selected Airborne Contaminant Size (Microns) Air Treatment Technologies Table 2-6 Air Cleaning Technologies Types of Air Treatment Systems Portable Air Treatment Systems Whole-house Air Treatment Systems Clean Air Laws and Regulations Table 2-7 Deaths Attributable to Indoor Air Pollution from Burning Solid Fuels (per 1000 people) Macroeconomic Trends Demographic Trends Figure 2-7 World Population Growth 1804 through 2009 (billions) Table 2-8 Birth Rates of Selected Countries, 2008 Home Construction Trends Figure 2-8 Work Started on Dwellings for OECD Countries 2006 - 2009 (base year 2005 = 100) Economic Trends Figure 2-9 GDP Growth Per Capita by Region 2006 - 2009 (percent) SummaryChapter 3: Water Treatment Market Size and Growth Scope Current Market Size - Water Treatment Water Treatment Segments Figure 3-1 Global Water Treatment Market ($ billions) Potable Water Supplies Water Treatment Awareness Water Treatment Demand Figure 3-2 Global Water Treatment Market, 2006-2010 ($ billions) Figure 3-3 Residential Water Treatment Market by Region, 2006-2010 ($ billions) Figure 3-4 Industrial Water Treatment Market by Region, 2006-2010 ($ billions) The Water Softener Market Figure 3-5 Water Softener Market, 2006-2010 ($ billions) Brine Disposal Issues Figure 3-6 Residential Water Softener Market - Top Markets, 2006-2010 ($ billions) The Water Filter Market Figure 3-7 Water Filter Market - Top Markets, 2006-2010 ($ billions) Faucet-Mount Filtration Systems Pour-Through Filtration Products Countertop Manual Fill Products Countertop Filtration Systems
  6. 6. Plumbed-In Filtration SystemsWater Bottle Filtration ProductsWhole House Filtration ProductsFigure 3-8 Residential Water Filter Market by Region, 2006-2010 ($ millions)The Reverse Osmosis MarketFigure 3-9 Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Market, 2006-2010 ($ billions)Table 3-1 Reverse Osmosis Membrane ComparisonsFigure 3-10 Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Market, 2006-2010 ($ billions)The Disinfectant MarketOzone Disinfectant ProductsFigure 3-11 Industrial Ozone Water Treatment Market, 2006-2010 ($ millions)Ultraviolet (UV) Disinfectant ProductsFigure 3-12 Ultraviolet (UV) Water Treatment Market, 2006-2010 ($ billions)The Distillation MarketFigure 3-13 Ultraviolet (UV) Water Treatment Market, 2006-2010 ($ billions)Market Projections - Water TreatmentWater ProblemsGrowth FactorsMarket SizeFigure 3-14 Global Water Treatment Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions)Figure 3-15 Global Residential Water Treatment Market by Region, 2010-2015 ($billions)Figure 3-16 Global Industrial Water Treatment Market by Region, 2010-2015 ($billions)North AmericaFigure 3-17 North America Water Treatment Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions)Table 3-2 North America Water Treatment Market Size 2010 and 2015 ($billions)South AmericaFigure 3-18 South America Water Treatment Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions)Table 3-3 South America Water Treatment Market Size 2010 and 2015 ($billions)EuropeFigure 3-19 Europe Water Treatment Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions)Table 3-4 Europe Water Treatment Market Size 2010 and 2015 ($billions)Africa-Middle EastFigure 3-20 Africa-Middle East Water Treatment Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions)Table 3-5 Africa-Middle East Water Treatment Market Size 2010 and 2015($billions)Asia - PacificFigure 3-21 Asia - Pacific Water Treatment Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions)Table 3-6 Asia - Pacific Water Treatment Market Size 2010 and 2015 ($billions)Market Projections - Water SoftenersFigure 3-22 Global Water Softener Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions)Table 3-7 Global Water Softener Market Size, 2010 and 2015 ($ millions)Market Projections - Water FiltersFigure 3-23 Global Water Filter Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions)Table 3-8 Global Water Filter Market Size, 2010 and 2015 ($ millions)
  7. 7. Market Projections - Reverse Osmosis Figure 3-24 Global Reverse Osmosis Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions) Table 3-9 Global Reverse Osmosis Market Size, 2010 and 2015 ($ millions) Market Projections - Disinfectants Figure 3-25 Global Ultraviolet and Ozone Water Treatment Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions) Table 3-10 Global Ultraviolet Water Treatment Market Size, 2010 and 2015 ($ millions) Table 3-11 Global Ozone Water Treatment Market Size, 2010 and 2015 ($ millions) Market Projections - Distillers Figure 3-25 Global Distillation Water Treatment Market, 2010-2015 ($ billions) SummaryChapter 4: Air Treatment Market Size and Growth Scope Current Market Size - Air Treatment Air Treatment Segments Figure 4-7 Global Air Treatment Market ($ billions) Figure 4-2 Indoor Air Treatment Filter Market (% of market) Air Pollution Demand for Air Treatment Products Figure 4-3 Global Indoor Air Treatment Filter Market, 2006-2010 ($billions) Figure 4-4 Residential Indoor Air Treatment Filter Market by Region, 2006-2010 ($billions) Figure 4-5 Industrial and Commercial Indoor Air Filter Treatment Market by Region, 2006-2010 ($billions) Indoor Humidity The Humidifier Market Figure 4-6 Global Dehumidifier Market, 2006-2010 ($billions) The Dehumidifier Market Figure 4-7 Global Dehumidifier Market, 2006-2010 ($billions) Market Projections - Air Treatment Air Problems Growth Factors Market Size Figure 4-8 Global Air Treatment Market, 2006-2010 ($billions) The IAQ Filtration Market Figure 4-9 Global IAQ Filter Market, 2006-2010 ($billions) Regional IAQ Filter Markets Asia - Pacific Figure 4-10 IAQ Filter Market - Asia-Pacific Region, 2006-2010 ($billions) Table 4-1 Asia - Pacific IAQ Filter Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Europe Table 4-2 Europe IAQ Filter Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) North America Figure 4-12 IAQ Filter Market - North America, 2006-2010 ($billions)
  8. 8. Table 4-3 North America IAQ Filter Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) South America Figure 4-13 IAQ Filter Market - South America, 2006-2010 ($billions) Table 4-4 South America IAQ Filter Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Africa and the Middle East Table 4-5 Africa-Middle East IAQ Filter Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Combined IAQ Filter Market Figure 4-14 IAQ Filter Market by Region, 2006-2010 ($billions) Table 4-6 IAQ Filter Market by Region, 2010 and 2015 ($ millions) The Humidifier Market Figure 4-14 Global Humidifier Market, 2006-2010 ($billions) Regional Humidifier Markets North America Figure 4-15 Humidifier Market - North America, 2006-2010 ($billions) Table 4-7 North America Humidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Europe Figure 4-16 Humidifier Market - Europe, 2006-2010 ($billions) Table 4-8 Europe Humidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Asia - Pacific Figure 4-17 Humidifier Market - Asia-Pacific, 2006-2010 ($billions) Table 4-9 Asia - Pacific Humidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) South America Table 4-10 South America Humidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Africa - Middle East Table 4-11 Africa-Middle East Humidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) The Dehumidifier Market Figure 4-18 Global Dehumidifier Market, 2006-2010 ($billions) Regional Dehumidifier Markets North America Figure 4-19 Dehumidifier Market - North America, 2006-2010 ($billions) Table 4-12 North America Dehumidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Europe Figure 4-20 Dehumidifier Market - Europe, 2006-2010 ($billions) Table 4-13 Europe Dehumidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Asia - Pacific Table 4-14 Asia - Pacific Dehumidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) South America Table 4-15 South America Dehumidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) Africa - Middle East Table 4-16 Africa-Middle East Dehumidifier Market, 2010 and 2015 ($millions) SummaryChapter 5: Product Promotion and Distribution Scope Product Visibility The Internet Social Media
  9. 9. Customer ReviewsCircularsMagazine and Newspaper AdsCatalogs and Direct MarketingTelevisionTrade Shows and ExpositionsIn-Store AdvertisementsOther Marketing MethodsMarketing MessagesGo GreenFigure 5-1 Energy Star LabelFigure 5-2 Indoor airPLUS Program LabelFigure 5-3 Green Seal LabelFigure 5-4 Greenguard IAQ LabelHealth BenefitsAestheticsProduct Sales ChannelsThe InternetRetail StoresLocal Specialty StoresNational Specialty StoresTrade Shows and ExpositionsDirect Sales ForceCatalogs and Direct MarketingDirect Response TVProduct Trends and InnovationAir TreatmentBag FiltersNanofiber TechnologyDevelopment TrendsWater TreatmentBacteria for Purifying WaterWater Treatment in a PacketForward OsmosisDemographicsAilment TrendsFigure 5-5 Ailment Trends 2007-2009 (percent of U.S. population)Table 5-1 Selected Ailments of U.S. AdultsAir and Water Treatment Product OwnershipTable 5-2 Air and water Treatment Product Ownership (U.S. Adults)Figure 5-6 Air and Water Treatment Ownership Trends 2008-2010 (percent ofU.S. population)Air and Water Treatment Product PurchasesTable 5-3 Air and water Treatment Products Purchased in Past 12 Months (U.S.Adults)
  10. 10. Figure 5-6 Air and Water Treatment Ownership Trends 2008-2010 (percent of U.S. population) SummaryChapter 6: Competitive Profiles Scope Pentair, Inc Overview Table 6-1 Pentair Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-2 Pentair Product Portfolio Product Distribution Significant Developments Eureka Forbes, LTD Overview Table 6-3 Eureka Forbes Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Product Distribution Table 6-4 Eureka Forbes Product Portfolio Significant Developments RainSoft Water Conditioning Company Overview Table 6-5 RainSoft Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-6 RainSoft Product Portfolio Product Distribution Significant Developments Culligan International Company Overview Table 6-7 Culligan Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-8 Culligan Product Portfolio Product Distribution Significant Developments EcoWater Systems, LLC Overview Table 6-9 EcoWater Company Information Company and Product Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-10 EcoWater Product Portfolio Product Distribution Significant Developments Jarden Corporation
  11. 11. Overview Table 6-11 Jarden Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-12 Jarden Product Portfolio Product Distribution Significant Developments Nalco Holding Company Overview Table 6-13 Nalco Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-14 Nalco Product Portfolio Product Distribution Significant Developments Kaz, Incorporated Overview Table 6-15 Kaz Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-16 Kaz Product Portfolio Product Distribution Plaston Holding AG Overview Table 6-17 Plaston Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-18 Plaston Product Portfolio Product Distribution Significant Events Incen AG (dba IQAir) Overview Table 6-19 Incen Company Information Company Performance Product Portfolio Table 6-20 Incen Product Portfolio Product Distribution Significant EventsAppendixAvailable immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=2809842
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