- Language: English
- 34 Pages
- Published: June 2010
- Region: Global
InvestFrost Water - European Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market
- Published: December 2008
- Region: Europe
- 43 Pages
- Frost & Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan's water Financial Benchmarking and Analysis (FBA) service presents a financial outlook of the European Industrial Water & Wastewater Treatment Equipment market, highlighting major market and financial trends in select growth segments. The FBA focuses on the five segments of the Industrial Water Treatment Equipment market, namely: Demineralisation, Activated Carbon, Membrane Treatment, Ozonation and Ultra Violet technologies & the four segment of the Industrial Wastewater Treatment Equipment market, namely: Pre-treatment, Primary treatment, Secondary treatment and Tertiary & Advanced treatment technologies.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled InvestFrost Water - European Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market provides the investment highlights, investment themes, and the Frost & Sullivan Growth Monitor for this market. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the demineralization, activated carbon, membrane treatment, ozonation and ultra violet technologies in the industrial water treatment equipment market along with pre-treatment, primary treatment, secondary treatment and tertiary/advanced treatment technologies in the industrial wastewater treatment equipment market.
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Demand for Ultra Pure Process Water and Regulations Enable Growth in the European Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment Markets
The need for ultra pure process water in the industrial sector is a prominent driver for the industrial water treatment equipment market. Demand from end user industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, pulp and paper, semiconductors, and various other chemical manufacturers has water treatment equipment manufacturers striving to satisfy client requirements. Environment protection legislations have delivered fresh impetus to the maturing wastewater treatment equipment segment. “The implementation of the IPPC Directive in Europe and its pressure on industries to clean up their wastewater has brought about revitalization of the otherwise slowing equipment market,” notes the analyst of this research service. “The requirement of the Directive for industries to demonstrate implementation of best available technique in tackling wastewater discharges has brought about increased interest in the advanced wastewater treatment equipment systems.”
The growth in the end customer market will directly reflect on the industrial water treatment equipment market as Europe uses roughly 54 percent of its available freshwater for industrial purposes. Proliferating opportunities in the large industries segment has led to neglect of the treatment needs of the small and medium enterprises (SME), which requires treatment systems that are tailor-made and modular. The growth of many such SMEs opens new doors for this market. Taking the wide angle view, the industrial water and wastewater treatment equipment market is expected to progress at a steady pace, affording an attractive investment option despite the economic slowdown. Although economic recovery is expected by June 2009, a cautious approach is recommended.
Innovation Holds the Key to Market Penetration in this Mature Market
“The biggest challenge for the industrial water and wastewater treatment equipment market is the fast evolving treatment needs within industry, which demands greater degree of product innovation,” explains the analyst. “The wastewater treatment equipment market faces an even greater challenge where the implementation of the IPPC Directive requires industries to install systems that qualify under the definition of Best Available Technology (BAT).” Innovation is critical for long-term development of the water treatment equipment market, while the wastewater treatment equipment market is challenged by the sluggish implementation of laws and regulations. Suppliers in the water treatment equipment segment are successfully circumventing these impediments by offering customized membrane separation systems and fulfilling specific treatment needs. The laid-back attitude toward the implementation of regulations and market saturation are other factors reining in market progression.
Trends indicate that non-chemical methods of treatment of industrial and wastewater is gaining importance in the market. Growing concerns over the use of chemicals in the treatment of process water as well as the difficulty in managing chemical sludge generated in a chemical wastewater treatment method will boost the demand for non-chemical treatment methods. Techniques or equipment types that would benefit from the gravitation toward non-chemical modes are niche segments such as UV and ozonation in water treatment, and advanced biological treatment systems such as membrane bio-reactors in wastewater.
Expert Frost & Sullivan analysts thoroughly examine the following market sectors in this research:
- Primary treatment
- Secondary treatment
- Tertiary treatment
- Other treatment
The following technologies are covered in this research:
- Activated carbon
- Membrane separation
- Ultra-violet SHOW LESS READ MORE >
1. Research Methodology
2. Investment Highlights
2.1. Industrial Water Treatment Equipment Market
2.2. Industrial Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market
3. The Water Industry
3.1. Investing in Water – the good thing in bad times and bad thing in good times
3.2. Water – affected by Credit Crunch?
5. Market Size Forecasts and Segment Forecasts
5.1. Market Size and Forecasts – Industrial Water Treatment Equipment
5.2. Market Size and Forecasts – Industrial Wastewater Treatment Equipment
5.3. Segment Forecasts – Industrial Water Treatment Equipment
5.4. Segment Forecasts – Industrial Wastewater Treatment Equipment
6. Competitive Landscape
7. Investment Themes and Investment Framework
7.1. Demand for Ultra Pure Process Water
7.2. Regulatory Support
7.3 Need for Non Chemical Treatment Methods
7.4 Rise in the Number of Small & Medium Enterprises
8. Industry Economics Chapter 8: Industry Economics
9.1. Water Scarcity – Looms Large
9.2. Key End-user Markets Would Drive Demand
9.3 Companies Look for Green Image
10.1. Effect of Global Financial Crunch – how much on water?
10.2. Water Reuse and Recycling Technologies – Strong Opportunities
11. Growth Monitor