World water treatment products to 2015

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World demand for water treatment products is projected to reach $65 billion in 2015. The global population continues to expand, while the world’s water supply does not. The developing world continues to industrialize as more industrialized nations rebound from the recent economic downturn.

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World water treatment products to 2015

  1. 1. World Water Treatment Products to 2015Published:September 2011NO.Of Pages:572Price:US $ 6400World demand to reach $65 billion in 2015World demand for water treatment products is projected to reach $65 billionin 2015. The global population continues to expand, while the world’s watersupply does not. The developing world continues to industrialize as moreindustrialized nations rebound from the recent economic downturn. As aresult, the need for clean, safe water and suitable treatment of wastewater -- either for reuse or for discharge -- will boost demand for water treatmentchemicals and equipment.Developing regions need more basic water treatmentIn many developing regions, such as much of the Asia/Pacific and Africa/Mideast regions, too few people have access to safe water. An estimated onebillion people do not have access to a safe water supply, and a considerablylarger number do not have access to sanitation facilities. In some nations,such as in Eastern Europe and some industrialized Asian countries, wateraccess issues have been resolved for a large majority of the population, butwater quality remains subpar after decades of disregard for proper waterstewardship.Rapidly industrializing nations, such as China and India, struggle withobtaining supplies of usable water, especially in fast-growing urban areas,and with the difficulties associated with treating and discharging wastewater.Wastewater treatment rates in these countries are usually well below officialestimates, and even treated wastewater is often treated insufficiently.Browse All Water Market Research ReportsDeveloped, affluent nations also face water problemsEven developed, affluent nations confront water problems. Some countries,including the United States, have population centers where native watersupplies are inadequate or inferior. In some instances, the country as awhole lacks an adequate water supply. This has led to a renewed interest in
  2. 2. desalination, not only in the traditional Middle Eastern market, but incountries such as Australia, China and Spain as well.Other countries with modern, welldeveloped water infrastructures faceissues including antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals leaching into thewater supply, pathogens and pesticides in agricultural runoff, and the needto reform water treatment techniques so they do not create byproducts thatadditionally challenge the water supply.In the Middle East, the largest desalination market, efforts are underway tobe less reliant on fossil fuels to power desalination plants, including the useof membrane desalination systems which have much lower energyrequirements. Advances have allowed for improvements in water qualitywithout increasing the cost of water. For example, improvements inmembranes and energy recovery devices have made desalination moreaffordable by reducing production costs. Improved treatment chemicalformulations offer performance comparable to traditional products withoutcausing comparable environmental challenges.Countries with generally good water supplies are able to treat water to meethigher aesthetic standards, far beyond the basic criteria for safety andcleanliness, allowing for greater elective use of activated carbon and otherproducts. More exacting standards for water quality and wastewaterdischarge will boost demand for high performance filter and membranesystems in industrial and municipal water treatment settings.Please Note: Freedonia requires that, for PDF orders, clients sign aconfidentiality agreement prior to fulfillment of PDF email delivery.World demand for water treatment products is projected to increase 6.2percent per year to nearly $65 billion in 2015. Although growth will behealthy across the globe, the drivers of growth will vary by region. China willremain by far the fastest growing major market. In just a few short decades,China has gone from being a country in which water treatment was at bestan afterthought to being the second largest water treatment productsmarket in the world. Nevertheless, growth in China will inevitably slow fromthe torrid pace set in the early years of the 21st century. These and othertrends are presented in World Water Treatment Products, a new study fromThe Freedonia Group, Inc., a Cleveland-based industry market research firm.In the most developed markets -- the US, Japan and most of WesternEurope -- gains will result from efforts to increase water reuse rates,improve the quality of drinking water, and further reduce the chances of
  3. 3. water contamination and environmental damage. Such efforts will boostdemand for products such as advanced membrane systems, disinfectionequipment and specialty chemicals used in industrial wastewater treatment.In the US and a few other developed countries, demand will also be boostedby increased desalination capacity.In less developed, industrializing nations, gains will be prompted byexpansion of sanitation services, access to which in many countries remainsconsiderably lower than for water supply systems -- particularly in Asia andAfrica. Industrial water treatment gains will result from efforts to meetglobal standards for wastewater reclamation and effluent discharge quality.In the least developed parts of Asia and Africa, market gains will be amongthe fastest in the world, but even that robust level of growth will leaveseveral hundred million people without access to safe water or even minimalsanitation facilities. In the large Middle Eastern market, gains will beprompted by continued expansion of desalination capacity in the region, inboth the desalination leaders Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates andKuwait, and in countries such as Algeria and Israel. The expansion ofdesalination will boost demand for evaporators and membrane systems.Table Of ContentsINTRODUCTIONI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYII. MARKET ENVIRONMENTGeneralWorld Economic OverviewRecent Historical TrendsWorld Economic OutlookWorld Fixed InvestmentWorld Demographic OutlookPopulationUrbanization PatternsHouseholdsWorld Water UseWater ShortagesWater ReuseWorld Manufacturing OutlookWorld Food, Beverage & Tobacco Processing OutlookWorld Paper & Paperboard Production
  4. 4. World Electricity ProductionEnvironmental & Regulatory IssuesWater PollutionRegulationsWaterborne DiseasesDesalination OutlookTechnology & Product InnovationInternational TradeIII. OVERVIEWGeneralProductsChemicalsCorrosion InhibitorsOxidizers & BiocidesCoagulants & FlocculantspH Adjusters & SoftenersOtherFiltrationCartridge FiltrationSand FiltrationOtherMembrane SystemsMicrofiltrationReverse OsmosisUltrafiltrationOtherSuppliersDisinfection EquipmentUltraviolet (UV) EquipmentChemical Generation EquipmentOzone Generation EquipmentOtherEvaporatorsOtherDeionizationDistillationGas Generation EquipmentMarketsIndustrialPower GenerationChemical & Petroleum ProcessingPulp & Paper
  5. 5. OtherMunicipalOtherIV. NORTH AMERICAGeneralUnited StatesCanadaMexicoV. WESTERN EUROPEGeneralBelgiumFranceGermanyItalyNetherlandsSpainSwedenSwitzerlandUnited KingdomOther Western EuropeVI. ASIA/PACIFICGeneralAustraliaChinaIndiaIndonesiaJapanSouth KoreaTaiwanThailandOther Asia/PacificVII. OTHER REGIONSCentral & South AmericaArgentinaBrazilOther Central & South AmericaEastern EuropePolandRussia
  6. 6. Other Eastern EuropeAfrica/MideastIranKuwaitSaudi ArabiaSouth AfricaTurkeyUnited Arab EmiratesOther Africa/MideastVIII. INDUSTRY STRUCTUREGeneralMarket ShareIndustry RestructuringCompetitive StrategiesResearch & DevelopmentLow Cost PositionCooperative AgreementsMarketing & DistributionCompany ProfilesALTIVIA CorporationAmeriWater, see GDF SUEZAquasource, see GDF SUEZarcana pool systems, see BWTArch Chemicals IncorporatedAshland IncorporatedBASF SEBerwind CorporationBioLab, see ChemturaBrita Products, see CloroxBuckman Laboratories International IncorporatedBWA Water Additives UK, see BerwindBWT AGCalgon Carbon CorporationChangzhou Kewei Fine Chemicals Company LimitedChemTreat, see DanaherChemtura CorporationChina National Bluestar Group Company LimitedChrist-Nishotech Water Systems Private, see BWTClean Process Technologies, see PentairClearon, see Israel ChemicalsClorox CompanyC’treat Offshore, see ITT
  7. 7. Culligan International CompanyCUNO, see 3MDanaher CorporationDegremont, see GDF SUEZdomnick hunter Process Filtration, see Parker-HannifinDoosan Heavy Industries and Construction Company LimitedDow Chemical CompanyEbara Corporationeuropean salt company, see K+SFiltrix, see PentairFisia Italimpianti, see ImpregiloFuMA-Tech Gesellschaft für funktionelle Membranen und Anlagentechnologie,see BWTGDF SUEZ SAGE Water & Process Technologies, see General ElectricGeneral Electric CompanyGeneral Water Services, see Nalco HoldingGLV IncorporatedHidro Filtros do Brasil, see PentairHTH Water Products, see Arch ChemicalsHydranautics, see Nitto DenkoHyflux LimitedIDE Technologies, see Israel ChemicalsImpregilo SpAInfilco Degremont, see GDF SUEZinge watertechnologies, see BASFIsrael Chemicals LimitedITT CorporationJianghai Environmental Protection Company LimitedK+S AGKemira OyjKoch Industries IncorporatedKurita Water Industries LimitedLANXESS AGMedentech, see Israel ChemicalsMorton Salt, see K+SNalco Holding CompanyNitto Denko CorporationNorit NVOccidental Petroleum CorporationOMNI, see PentairOvivo, see GLVOxyChem, see Occidental Petroleum
  8. 8. Ozonia, see GDF SUEZP&G Health Sciences Institute, see Procter & GamblePall CorporationParker-Hannifin CorporationPentair IncorporatedPermo, see BWTProcter & Gamble CompanyRes-Kem, see Nalco HoldingRhodia, see SolvaySevern Trent plcShanghai Duojia Water Treatment Science & Technology CorporationSHURflo, see PentairSiemens AGSNF SASSociedad Punta de Lobos, see K+SSolvay SA3M CompanyToray Industries IncorporatedToyobo Company LimitedTriogen, see GDF SUEZTrojan Technologies, see DanaherVeolia Environnement SAVillage Marine Tec, see Parker-HannifinWater and Power Technologies, see GDF SUEZWoongjin Chemical Company LimitedWujin Fine Chemical Factory Company LimitedX-Flow, see PentairAdditional Companies in the World Water Treatment IndustryLIST OF TABLESSECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSummary TableSECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region2 World Gross Fixed Capital Formation by Region3 World Population by Region4 World Urban Population by Region5 World Households by Region6 World Water Use by Region7 World Manufacturing Value Added by Region8 World Food, Beverage & Tobacco Manufacturing Value Added by Region9 World Paper & Paperboard Production by Region
  9. 9. 10 World Electricity Generation by RegionSECTION III -- OVERVIEW1 World Water Treatment Product Demand by Region2 World Water Treatment Product Demand by Type3 World Water Treatment Chemical Demand by Region & Type4 World Water Treatment Corrosion Inhibitor Demand by Region5 World Water Treatment Oxidizer & Biocide Demand by Region6 World Water Treatment Coagulant & Flocculant Demand by Region7 World Water Treatment pH Adjuster & Softener Demand by Region8 Other Water Treatment Chemical Demand by Region9 World Water Treatment Filtration Equipment Demand by Region & Type10 World Water Treatment Cartridge Filtration Equipment Demand by Region11 World Water Treatment Sand Filtration Equipment Demand by Region12 Other Water Treatment Filtration Equipment Demand by Region13 World Water Treatment Membrane System Demand by Region & Type14 World Water Treatment Microfiltration System Demand by Region15 World Water Treatment Reverse Osmosis System Demand by Region16 World Water Treatment Ultrafiltration Systems Demand by Region17 Other Water Treatment Membrane System Demand by Region18 World Water Disinfection Equipment Demand by Region & Type19 World Water Treatment Ultraviolet (UV) Equipment Demand by Region20 World Water Treatment Chemical Generation Equipment Demand byRegion21 World Water Treatment Ozone Generation Equipment Demand by Region22 Other Water Disinfection Equipment Demand by Region23 World Water Treatment Evaporator Demand by Region24 Other Water Treatment Product Demand by Region25 World Water Treatment Product Demand by Market26 World Industrial Water Treatment Product Demand by Region &Application27 World Municipal Water Treatment Product Demand by Region28 Other Markets for Water Treatment Products by RegionSECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA1 North America: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products2 North America: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market3 United States: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products4 United States: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market5 Canada: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products6 Canada: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market7 Mexico: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products8 Mexico: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & MarketSECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE1 Western Europe: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products
  10. 10. 2 Western Europe: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market3 Belgium: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products4 Belgium: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market5 France: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products6 France: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market7 Germany: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products8 Germany: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market9 Italy: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products10 Italy: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market11 Netherlands: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products12 Netherlands: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market13 Spain: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products14 Spain: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market15 Sweden: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products16 Sweden: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market17 Switzerland: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products18 Switzerland: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market19 United Kingdom: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products20 United Kingdom: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market21 Other Western Europe: Market Environment for Water TreatmentProducts22 Other Western Europe: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type &MarketSECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC1 Asia/Pacific: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products2 Asia/Pacific: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market3 Australia: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products4 Australia: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market5 China: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products6 China: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market7 India: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products8 India: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market9 Indonesia: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products10 Indonesia: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market11 Japan: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products12 Japan: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market13 South Korea: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products14 South Korea: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market15 Taiwan: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products16 Taiwan: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market17 Thailand: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products18 Thailand: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market19 Other Asia/Pacific: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products
  11. 11. 20 Other Asia/Pacific: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & MarketSECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS1 Central & South America: Market Environment for Water TreatmentProducts2 Central & South America: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type &Market3 Argentina: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products4 Argentina: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market5 Brazil: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products6 Brazil: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market7 Other Central & South America: Market Environment for Water TreatmentProducts8 Other Central & South America: Water Treatment Product Demand byType & Market9 Eastern Europe: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products10 Eastern Europe: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market11 Poland: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products12 Poland: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market13 Russia: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products14 Russia: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market15 Other Eastern Europe: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products16 Other Eastern Europe: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type &Market17 Africa/Mideast: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products18 Africa/Mideast: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market19 Iran: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products20 Iran: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market21 Kuwait: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products22 Kuwait: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market23 Saudi Arabia: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products24 Saudi Arabia: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market25 South Africa: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products26 South Africa: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market27 Turkey: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products28 Turkey: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type & Market29 United Arab Emirates: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products30 United Arab Emirates: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type &Market31 Other Africa/Mideast: Market Environment for Water Treatment Products32 Other Africa/Mideast: Water Treatment Product Demand by Type &MarketSECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 World Water Treatment Product Sales by Company, 2010
  12. 12. 2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures3 Selected Cooperative AgreementsLIST OF CHARTSSECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Percent of Population with Access to Improved Water Supplies, 20082 Percent of Population with Access to Improved Sanitation Facilities, 20083 Disparity between Urban & Rural Access to Improved Water Supplies, 20084 Disparity between Urban & Rural Access to Improved Sanitation Facilities,2008SECTION III -- OVERVIEW1 World Water Treatment Product Demand by Region, 20102 World Water Treatment Product Demand by Type, 20103 World Water Treatment Chemical Demand by Type, 20104 World Water Treatment Product Demand by Market, 2010SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA1 North America: Water Treatment Product Demand by Country, 2010SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE1 Western Europe: Water Treatment Product Demand by Country, 2010SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC1 Asia/Pacific: Water Treatment Product Demand by Country, 2010SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS1 Central & South America: Water Treatment Product Demand by Country,20102 Eastern Europe: Water Treatment Product Demand by Country, 20103 Africa/Mideast: Water Treatment Product Demand by Country, 2010SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 World Water Treatment Product Market Share, 2010About Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 100,000+ market researchreports and in-depth market research studies & analysis of over 5000 micromarkets. We provide 24/7 online and offline support to our customers. Getin touch with us for your needs of market research reports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page:http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689Contact:
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