Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) September 22, 2012
Water technology companies need to position themselves now to take advantage of this growth – or miss out. Industrial desalination and water reuse is a key to this market. It pinpoints the technologies, industries, geographies and the markets which enjoy the greatest potential and gives the information that need to act.
The focus of investment in desal and reuse is changing. The boom in municipal desalination and reuse which quadrupled the size of that market over the past decade has mostly played itself out. Now the smart money is on industrial water – the fastest growing sector of the water market today.
Covers: Oil and Gas, Petrochemicals, Power, Mining, Food and Beverage, Pharmaceuticals, Pulp & Paper, Microelectronics.
Industrial desalination and water reuse is divided into three sections, over 200 pages:
1. Overview of market drivers
This section looks at what’s driving the market, and the geographies which are most under pressure to invest in water efficiency and improved wastewater treatment:
- Understanding industrial desalination and water reuse
- Global water risk and industrial water usage
- Water stewardship as a driver for investment
- Wastewater regulation
- Water as a driver of performance
- Procurement models
- The financial proposition
- Global market forecast: provides volume and value data showing the size and expected growth rate of the industrial desalination and water reuse market
2. Key Technologies Explained
- Seawater desalination: where and why are industrial water users turning to seawater desalination, and what are the trends in the membrane and thermal technologies they are using?
- High purity process water: value and technology trends in the ultra-pure water systems including reverse osmosis, ion exchange, and electrodionisation
- High recovery desalination: why is demand for high recovery wastewater desalination systems growing so quickly, which industrial processes are driving demand, and how is technology shaping the market?
- Low pressure membranes: which industries are showing most interest in ultrafiltration and microfiltration as a solution to their process water and effluent treatment needs?
- Other advanced wastewater treatment technologies: how demand for improved water efficiency is driving technological development in biological treatment, physical/chemical separation and disinfection.
3. Market Sector Profiles
- Oil and Gas
- Food and Beverage
- Pulp & Paper
Who should read this report?
This report is essential reading for anyone involved in water technology with ambitions to succeed in some of the fastest growing and most lucrative niches of the global water market today.
- Water and wastewater treatment systems suppliers: this is a guide to the most significant market opportunities available today
- Desalination companies: with mounting competition and disappointing levels of growth in the municipal market, diversification in to industrial desalination is an essential strategy right now
- Equipment suppliers: understand the changing needs of the customer base so the business plan stays relevant
- Specialist water technology companies: discover the potential for niche applications of the technology
- Investors: discover where the action is in today’s water market, and who is best placed to capitalise on it
- Operators: industrial outsourcing looks set to grow faster than municipal outsourcing over the next five years – find out how to take advantage of the opportunities
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