Industrial Water Technology Markets 2015: Meeting industrial needs in process water treatment and wastewater reuse

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  • Region: Global
  • 16 Pages
  • Global Water Intelligence
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aquatech
  • Cameron
  • Degrémont
  • Evoqua Water Technologies
  • IDE Technologies
  • Kurita
  • MORE
Industrial water is the fastest growing sector of the global water market. Each industry faces substantial challenges in their business, including tighter water quality standards, regulations on wastewater discharge, and pressure on scarce water resources.

Water technology companies will find major opportunities in this market if they solve the problems of industrial water users with cost-effective, innovative solutions that improve efficiency. This report will identify where to pitch your technology in the market – helping your business benefit from the rapid growth in this sector.

What does this report contain?

Industrial Water Technology Markets shows you how water scarcity and tightening regulations are driving new trends in technology across eight key industrial sectors. It reviews the existing technological trends in each sector and then hones in on the technology gaps that are creating opportunities for new solutions in each market. It analyses existing and emerging applications for technologies in industrial water treatment processes. New and innovative technologies with the potential to break into the market are presented in detail, as well as market sizing and projected growth for your technology.

The report investigates in each industry the applications of the following technology functions:

- Oil/Water Separation
- Suspended Solids Removal
- Dissolved Solids Removal
- Biological Treatment/Nutrient & Metals Recovery
- Disinfection/Oxidation

Industrial Water Technology Markets shows you the technologies that end-users are looking for, their expectations from water technology suppliers, and how receptive to new technologies they are.

We bring you exclusive intelligence on:

- The Technology Gaps in Industrial Water Treatment – Find a niche for your technology in the challenges that different sectors are facing.
- Where You Can Sell Your Technology – This report will show you which regions and industries have the greatest interest in new technologies and a demand for your solution
- What End-Users Want Technologies to Deliver – Helping you to deliver a robust pitch to your prospective clients so that you can meet their water requirements

Key Features

This report is a unique guide to the landscape of water technologies involved in industrial water and wastewater treatment, and how they can meet the challenges and demands of end-users, including the following features:

- Global forecasts of spending on key technologies for process water, ultrapure water, and wastewater treatment by industry, technology and region – Offering a granular view of the best opportunities for your technology in the next five years
- End-User Needs – This report focuses on the challenges faced by industrial water users and the technologies that can solve these problems, so you know exactly how to win business in your target markets. We show you the unique market drivers and requirements for the eight most water intensive industries
- Technology Profiles – Discover the impact that 50 key current and emerging technologies are making in different industries, as well as a comprehensive directory of water treatment technologies and suppliers, so you can position your solution in the market.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aquatech
  • Cameron
  • Degrémont
  • Evoqua Water Technologies
  • IDE Technologies
  • Kurita
  • MORE
1. Introduction
1.1 Industrial water use
Figure 1.1 Water withdrawal and consumption by major industries, 2012
1.2 The market for industrial water and wastewater treatment
Figure 1.2 Icon key: industries
Figure 1.3 Global expenditure on water and wastewater treatment by industry, 2013–2020
Figure 1.4 Icon key: functions
Figure 1.5 Global expenditure on water and wastewater treatment by technology function, 2013–2020
Figure 1.6 Icon key: challenges
Figure 1.7 Icon key: applications
Figure 1.8 Water and wastewater treatment functions by industry and application
Figure 1.9 Global expenditure on water treatment technologies by application, 2013–2020
1.2.1 Forecast methodology
Figure 1.10 Global spending on water and wastewater treatment technologies in industry, 2015
Figure 1.11 Global spending on water and wastewater treatment in the industrial water market, 2015
Figure 1.12 Global market forecast data, 2013–2020
1.3 Characteristics of the industrial market
Figure 1.13 Selected investments in water treatment technologies, 2014

2. Upstream oil & gas
2.1 Top water treatment challenges
2.2 Water treatment needs
2.2.1 Shale gas/tight oil produced water treatment
2.2.1.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 2.1 Produced water treatment in the shale gas/tight oil industry
2.2.1.2 Drivers for new treatment technologies
2.2.2 Conventional onshore produced water management
2.2.2.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 2.2 Produced water treatment in the conventional oil and gas industry
2.2.2.2 Drivers for new treatment technologies
2.2.3 Offshore produced water management
2.2.3.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 2.3 Produced water treatment train for offshore oil and gas operations
2.2.3.2 Drivers for new treatment technologies
2.2.4 Reuse of produced water for steam (thermal) EOR
2.2.4.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 2.4 Treatment of produced water for reuse in SAGD operations
2.2.4.2 Gaps in technologies
2.2.4.3 Drivers for new treatment technologies
2.2.5 Coalbed methane produced water treatment
2.2.5.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 2.5 Treatment technologies for CBM produced water
2.2.5.2 Gaps in technologies
2.2.5.3 Drivers for new treatment technologies
2.2.6 Technologies for sulphate removal and low salinity water
2.2.6.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 2.6 Sulphate removal treatment trains
2.2.6.2 Drivers for new treatment technologies
2.3 What do end users want from the water sector?
2.4 Market dynamics
Figure 2.7 Key players in the upstream oil and gas market for water treatment
2.4.1 System integrators
2.4.2 Emerging solutions
Figure 2.8 Emerging technologies in the upstream oil and gas industry
2.5 Market forecast
Figure 2.9 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in upstream oil and gas, 2013–2020
Figure 2.10 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by technology, 2013–2020
Figure 2.11 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by region, 2013–2020
2.5.1 Market drivers and restraints
2.5.1.1 Drivers
2.5.1.2 Restraints
Figure 2.12 Water treatment market forces in the upstream oil and gas industry
Figure 2.13 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in upstream oil and gas, 2015
Figure 2.14 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

3. Refining
3.1 Top water treatment challenges
3.2 Water treatment needs
3.2.1 Process water
Figure 3.1 Water quality requirements for refinery process water streams
Figure 3.2 Typical process water treatment train
3.2.1.1 Cooling tower make-up
3.2.1.2 Boiler feedwater
3.2.1.3 Water for hydrocarbon processing
3.2.1.4 Drivers for new treatment technologies
3.2.2 Wastewater
3.2.2.1 Contaminants to be treated
3.2.2.2 Main technologies
Figure 3.3 Typical treatment train for wastewater treatment
3.2.2.3 Drivers for new treatment technologies
3.3 Market dynamics
Figure 3.4 Key players in the refining market for water treatment
3.3.1 System integrators
3.3.2 Emerging solutions
Figure 3.5 Emerging solutions in refinery water treatment
3.4 Market forecast
Figure 3.6 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in refining, 2013–2020
Figure 3.7 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by technology, 2013–2020
Figure 3.8 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by region, 2013–2020
3.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
Figure 3.9 Water treatment market forces in the refining industry
Figure 3.10 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in refining, 2015
Figure 3.11 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

4. Mining
4.1 Top water treatment challenges
4.2 Water treatment needs
4.2.1 Water at the mine face
4.2.1.1 Main treatment technologies
4.2.1.2 Drivers for new treatment technologies
4.2.2 Process water
Figure 4.1 Treatment train for process water
4.2.2.1 Drivers for new treatment technologies
4.2.3 Tailings water treatment
4.2.3.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 4.2 Typical treatment of waste streams in mining
4.2.3.2 Main technologies

Sulphates
Cyanide
Selenium
Mercury

Salts
4.2.3.3 Drivers for new treatment technologies
4.3 What do end users want from the water sector?
4.4 Market dynamics
Figure 4.3 Key players in the mining market for water treatment
4.4.1 System integrators
4.4.1.1 General water treatment suppliers
4.4.1.2 Desalination specialists
4.4.2 Emerging solutions
Figure 4.4 Electrochemical technologies
Figure 4.5 Electrochlorination
Figure 4.6 Nanofiltration for sulphate removal
Figure 4.7 Metal recovery
Figure 4.8 Eutectic freeze crystallisation
4.5 Market forecast
Figure 4.9 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in mining, 2013–2020
Figure 4.10 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by technology, 2013–2020
Figure 4.11 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by region, 2013–2020
4.5.1 Market drivers and restraints
4.5.1.1 Drivers
4.5.1.2 Restraints
Figure 4.12 Water treatment market forces in the mining industry
Figure 4.13 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in mining, 2015
Figure 4.14 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

5. Power generation
5.1 Top water treatment challenges
5.2 Water treatment needs
5.2.1 Boiler feedwater Figure
5.1 Treatment train for boiler feedwater
5.2.2 Cooling tower
Figure 5.2 Water treatment processes in a recirculating cooling system
5.2.3 FGD wastewater
Figure 5.3 Physical-chemical treatment train for FGD wastewater
5.3 Market dynamics
Figure 5.4 Key players in the power generation market for water treatment
5.3.1 System integrators
5.3.2 Emerging solutions in power water treatment
Figure 5.5 Emerging technologies in power water treatment
5.4 Market forecast
Figure 5.6 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in power generation, 2013–2020
Figure 5.7 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by technology, 2013–2020
Figure 5.8 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by region, 2013–2020
5.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
5.4.1.1 Drivers
5.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 5.9 Water treatment market forces in the power generation industry
Figure 5.10 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in power, 2015
Figure 5.11 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

6. Food & beverage
6.1 Top water treatment challenges
6.2 Water treatment needs
6.2.1 Process water Figure
6.1 Process water production in the food and beverage industry
6.2.1.1 Contaminants to be treated
6.2.1.2 Main technologies
6.2.1.3 Gaps in technologies
6.2.1.4 Drivers for new treatment technologies
6.2.2 Wastewater treatment Figure
6.2 Wastewater treatment process in the food and beverage industry
6.2.2.1 Contaminants to be treated
6.2.2.2 Main technologies
6.2.2.3 Gaps in technologies
6.2.2.4 Drivers for new technologies
6.3 Market dynamics
Figure 6.3 Key players in the food and beverage market for water treatment
6.3.1 System integrators
6.3.1.1 Water treatment specialists
6.3.1.2 General engineering companies for food and beverage production
6.3.2 Emerging solutions
Figure 6.4 Emerging technologies in the food and beverage industry
6.4 Market forecast
Figure 6.5 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in food and beverage, 2013–2020
Figure 6.6 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by technology, 2013–2020
Figure 6.7 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by region, 2013–2020
6.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
6.4.1.1 Drivers
6.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 6.8 Water treatment market forces in the food and beverage industry
Figure 6.9 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in food and beverage, 2015
Figure 6.10 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

7. Pulp & paper
7.1 Top water treatment challenges
7.2 Water treatment needs
7.2.1 Process water
Figure 7.1 Process water production in the pulp and paper industry
7.2.1.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 7.2 Paper production process
7.2.1.2 Main technologies
7.2.1.3 Gaps in technologies
7.2.1.4 Drivers for new treatment technologies
7.2.2 Wastewater treatment
Figure 7.3 Wastewater treatment process in the pulp and paper industry
7.2.2.1 Contaminants to be treated
7.2.2.2 Main technologies
7.2.2.3 Gaps in technologies
7.2.2.4 Drivers for new treatment technologies
7.3 Market dynamics
Figure 7.4 Key players in the pulp and paper market for water treatment
7.3.1 System integrators
7.3.1.1 Water treatment specialists
7.3.1.2 General engineering companies for pulp and paper production
7.3.2 Emerging solutions
Figure 7.5 Main emerging technologies in the pulp and paper industry
7.4 Market forecast
Figure 7.6 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in pulp and paper, 2013–2020
Figure 7.7 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by technology, 2013–2020
Figure 7.8 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by region, 2013–2020
7.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
7.4.1.1 Drivers
7.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 7.9 Water treatment market forces in the pulp and paper industry
Figure 7.10 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in pulp and paper, 2015

8. Microelectronics
8.1 Top water treatment challenges
8.2 Water treatment needs
8.2.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 8.1 Major contaminants of concern for UPW production
8.2.2 Main technologies
Figure 8.2 Process water treatment
8.2.3 Gaps in technologies
8.2.4 Drivers for new treatment technologies
8.3 Wastewater treatment
8.3.1 Wastewater contaminants
Figure 8.3 Wastewater streams generated in the semiconductor industry
8.3.2 Main technologies
Figure 8.4 Typical microelectronics wastewater treatment and management options
8.3.3 Drivers for new treatment technologies
8.4 Market dynamics
Figure 8.5 Key players in the microelectronics market for water treatment
8.4.1 System integrators
8.4.2 Emerging solutions
Figure 8.6 Emerging solutions in microelectronics water treatment
8.5 Market forecast
Figure 8.7 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in microelectronics, 2013–2020
Figure 8.8 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by technology, 2013–2020
Figure 8.9 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by region, 2013–2020
8.5.1 Market drivers and restraints
8.5.1.1 Drivers
8.5.1.2 Restraints
Figure 8.10 Water treatment market forces in the microelectronics industry
Figure 8.11 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in microelectronics, 2015
Figure 8.12 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

9. Pharmaceuticals
9.1 Top water treatment challenges
9.2 Water treatment needs
9.2.1 High-purity water
Figure 9.1 Typical water treatment process in the pharmaceuticals industry
9.2.1.1 Contaminants to be treated
Figure 9.2 Purified water quality standards from USP, Ph. Eur. and JP
Figure 9.3 WFI quality standards from USP, Ph. Eur. and JP
9.2.1.2 Main technologies Potable water quality
Purified water (PW)/Water for injection (WFI)
Water purification systems
9.2.1.3 Drivers for new technologies
9.2.2 Wastewater treatment
9.2.2.1 Contaminants to be treated
9.2.2.2 Main technologies
9.2.2.3 Other wastewater technologies
Figure 9.4 Wastewater treatment technologies
9.2.2.4 Drivers for new technologies
9.3 Market dynamics
Figure 9.5 Key players in the pharmaceuticals market for water treatment
9.3.1 System integrators
9.3.2 Emerging solutions
Figure 9.6 Emerging solutions in pharmaceutical water treatment
9.4 Market forecast
Figure 9.7 Capital expenditure on water and wastewater treatment in pharmaceuticals, 2013–2020
Figure 9.8 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by technology, 2013–2020
Figure 9.9 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment by region, 2013–2020
9.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
9.4.1.1 Drivers
9.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 9.10 Water treatment market forces in the pharmaceuticals industry
Figure 9.11 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in pharmaceuticals, 2015
Figure 9.12 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

10. Oil/water separation
10.1 Overview
Figure 10.1 Maturity of technologies versus applicability to the oil and gas industry
10.2 Core technologies
10.2.1 Gravity separators
10.2.1.1 API gravity separators
10.2.1.2 Gun barrel
10.2.1.3 Free-water knockout (FWKO)
10.2.1.4 Heater treater
10.2.1.5 Corrugated plate interceptor (CPI)
10.2.2 Hydrocyclones
10.2.3 Gas flotation
10.2.3.1 Induced air flotation (IAF)
10.2.3.2 Dissolved air flotation (DAF)
10.2.3.3 Degassers
10.2.3.4 Compact flotation unit (CFU)
10.2.4 Nutshell filters
10.3 Emerging technologies
Figure 10.2 Macro Porous Polymer Extraction (MPPE)
Figure 10.3 CTour
Figure 10.4 MyCelx Oil-Free Water Technology
Figure 10.5 Electrocoagulation
Figure 10.6 Vorti-SEP
10.4 Market forecast
Figure 10.7 Total spending on oil/water separation technologies by type, 2013–2020
Figure 10.8 Total spending on oil/water separation technologies by industry, 2013–2020
Figure 10.9 Total spending on oil/water separation technologies by region, 2013–2020
10.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
10.4.1.1 Drivers
10.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 10.10 Market forces for oil/water separation in industrial markets
Figure 10.11 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in oil/water separation, 2015
Figure 10.12 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

11. Suspended solids removal
11.1 Overview Figure
11.1 Maturity of technologies versus application (in terms of use by different industries)
11.2 Core technologies
11.2.1 Clarifier/Settling tanks
11.2.2 Dissolved air flotation (DAF)/Induced air flotation (IAF)
11.2.3 Non-membrane filtration
11.2.3.1 Granular media filters
11.2.3.2 Cloth media/Disc filters
11.2.3.3 Cartridge filters
11.2.3.4 Automatic self-cleaning filters
11.2.4 MF/UF polymeric membranes
11.2.5 Electrocoagulation
11.3 Emerging technologies
11.3.1 Low pressure membranes
11.3.2 Ceramic membranes
Figure 11.2 Ceramic membranes
Figure 11.3 PolyCera membrane
11.3.3 Other emerging technologies
Figure 11.4 Tequatic Plus fine particle filter
Figure 11.5 Spiral Water Automatic Filter
Figure 11.6 akvoFloat
11.4 Market forecast
Figure 11.7 Total spending on suspended solids removal technologies by type, 2013–2020
Figure 11.8 Total spending on suspended solids removal technologies by industry, 2013–2020
Figure 11.9 Total spending on suspended solids removal technologies by region, 2013–2020
11.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
11.4.1.1 Drivers
11.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 11.10 Market forces for suspended solids removal in industrial markets
Figure 11.11 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in suspended solids removal, 2015
Figure 11.12 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

12. Dissolved solids removal
12.1 Overview Figure
12.1 Maturity of technologies versus application
Figure 12.2 Volume reduction technologies
Figure 12.3 Energy consumption, feedwater and maximum product water salinity
12.2 Core technologies
12.2.1 Reverse osmosis (RO)
12.2.2 Multi-stage flash (MSF) evaporation
12.2.3 Multi-effect distillation (MED)
12.2.4 Vapour compression (VC) distillation
Figure 12.4 Vapour compression distillation process
12.2.5 Ion exchange (IX)
12.2.6 Continuous deionisation (CDI)
12.2.7 Electrodialysis (ED)/Electrodialysis reversal (EDR)
12.2.8 Electrodeionisation (EDI)
12.2.9 Thermal brine concentrator
Figure 12.5 A falling film brine concentrator with vapour compression
Figure 12.6 Example zero liquid discharge process
Figure 12.7 Installed volume reduction systems by supplier (since 2000)
Figure 12.8 Installed volume reduction systems by industry (since 2000)
12.2.10 Thermal crystalliser
12.3 Emerging technologies
12.3.1 Forward osmosis (FO)
Figure 12.9 Membrane Brine Concentrator (MBC)
Figure 12.10 HiCor
Figure 12.11 Porifera forward osmosis (PFO)
Figure 12.12 Trevi forward osmosis
12.3.2 Humidification-dehumidification
Figure 12.13 SaltMaker
Figure 12.14 Carrier gas expansion (CGE) HDH
Figure 12.15 AltelaRain
12.3.3 Advances in reverse osmosis
Figure 12.16 ElectroChem-RO
Figure 12.17 High-recovery reverse osmosis
Figure 12.18 ReFlex Closed-Circuit Desalination (CCD)
Figure 12.19 Brine Squeezer
12.3.4 Freeze desalination
Figure 12.20 CryoDesalination
Figure 12.21 HybridICE
Figure 12.22 Freeze-Thaw/Evaporation (FTE)
Figure 12.23 Eutectic Freeze Crystallisation
12.3.5 Membrane distillation (MD)
Figure 12.24 memDist, Vacuum Multi-effect Membrane Distillation (V-MEMD)
Figure 12.25 Memstill
Figure 12.26 XZERO-MD
12.3.6 Capacitive Deionisation (CapDI)/Membrane Capacitive Deionisation (MCDI)
Figure 12.27 Membrane Capacitive Deionisation (MCDI)
12.3.7 Other emerging technologies
Figure 12.28 Advanced Water Recovery Process
Figure 12.29 Dynamic Vapour Recovery (DyVaR)
Figure 12.30 Hittite low-temperature evaporator
Figure 12.31 Fluidised bed evaporator
Figure 12.32 Fractional Electrodeionisation (FEDI)
Figure 12.33 Radial Deionisation (RDI)
Figure 12.34 Metal recovery
12.4 Market forecast
Figure 12.35 Total spending on dissolved solids removal technologies by type, 2013–2020
Figure 12.36 Total spending on dissolved solids removal technologies by industry, 2013–2020
Figure 12.37 Total spending on dissolved solids removal technologies by region, 2013–2020
12.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
12.4.1.1 Drivers
12.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 12.38 Market drivers and restraints
Figure 12.39 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in dissolved solids removal, 2015
Figure 12.40 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

13. Biological treatment
13.1 Overview Figure
13.1 Maturity of technologies versus application (in terms of use by different industries)
13.2 Core technologies
13.2.1 Anaerobic treatment technologies
13.2.1.1 Contact reactor
13.2.1.2 Upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB)/expanded granular sludge blanket (EGSB)
Figure 13.2 Comparison between UASB, EGSB and ECSB processes
13.2.1.3 Fluidised bed reactor (FBR)
13.2.2 Aerobic/anoxic treatment technologies
13.2.2.1 Activated sludge/sequencing batch reactor (SBR)
13.2.2.2 Membrane bioreactor (MBR)
13.2.2.3 Moving bed bioreactor (MBBR)/integrated fixed-film activated sludge (IFAS)
13.2.2.4 Trickling filter
13.2.2.5 Biofilter
13.2.2.6 Rotating biocontactor (RBC)
13.3 Emerging technologies
Figure 13.3 External circulation sludge bed
Figure 13.4 Anaerobic ammonium oxidation
Figure 13.5 Anaerobic membrane bioreactor
Figure 13.6 Anaerobic moving bed bioreactor
Figure 13.7 Granular aerobic sludge
Figure 13.8 Nutrient recovery
Figure 13.9 XCeed immobilised cell bioreactor
Figure 13.10 EcoRight Membrane Bioreactor system
13.4 Market forecast
Figure 13.11 Total spending on biological treatment technologies by type, 2013–2020
Figure 13.12 Total spending on biological treatment technologies by industry, 2013–2020
Figure 13.13 Total spending on biological treatment technologies by region, 2013–2020
13.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
13.4.1.1 Drivers
13.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 13.14 Market forces for biological treatment in industrial markets
Figure 13.15 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in biological treatment, 2015
Figure 13.16 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

14. Disinfection/oxidation
14.1 Overview Figure
14.1 Maturity of technologies versus application (in terms of use by different industries)
14.2 Core technologies
14.2.1 Disinfection with chlorine-based compounds
14.2.2 Disinfection with ultraviolet light
14.2.3 Disinfection by ozonation
14.2.4 Advanced oxidation processes
14.3 Emerging technologies
Figure 14.2 Electrochlorination
Figure 14.3 UV to treat sulphate reducing bacteria
Figure 14.4 Ozone combined with biological treatment
Figure 14.5 Catalytic oxidation with UV and titanium dioxide
Figure 14.6 Super critical water oxidation
14.4 Market forecast
Figure 14.7 Total spending on disinfection/oxidation technologies by type, 2013–2020
Figure 14.8 Total spending on disinfection/oxidation technologies by industry, 2013–2020
Figure 14.9 Total spending on disinfection/oxidation technologies by region, 2013–2020
14.4.1 Market drivers and restraints
14.4.1.1 Drivers
14.4.1.2 Restraints
Figure 14.10 Market forces for disinfection/oxidation in industrial markets
Figure 14.11 Total spending on water and wastewater treatment in disinfection/oxidation, 2015
Figure 14.12 Market forecast data, 2013–2020

15. Company profiles
15.1 Aquatech
15.1.1 Market position and strategy
15.1.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.1 Process water treatment
Figure 15.2 Ultrapure water production
Figure 15.3 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.4 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.2 Cameron
15.2.1 Market position and strategy
15.2.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.5 Process water treatment
Figure 15.6 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.7 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.3 Degrémont Industry
15.3.1 Market position and strategy
15.3.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.8 Process water treatment
Figure 15.9 Ultrapure water production
Figure 15.10 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.11 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.4 Dow Water & Process Solutions
15.4.1 Market position and strategy
15.4.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.12 Process water treatment
Figure 15.13 Ultrapure water production
Figure 15.14 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.15 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.5 Evoqua Water Technologies
15.5.1 Market position and strategy
15.5.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.16 Process water treatment
Figure 15.17 Ultrapure water treatment
Figure 15.18 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.19 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.6 GE Water & Process Technologies
15.6.1 Market position and strategy
15.6.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.20 Process water treatment
Figure 15.21 Ultrapure water production
Figure 15.22 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.23 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.7 IDE Technologies
15.7.1 Market position and strategy
15.7.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.24 Process water/wastewater treatment
Figure 15.25 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.8 Kurita
15.8.1 Market position and strategy
15.8.2 Proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.26 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.9 Organo
15.9.1 Market position and strategy
15.9.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.27 Process water treatment
Figure 15.28 Ultrapure water production
Figure 15.29 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.30 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.10 Ovivo
15.10.1 Market position and strategy
15.10.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.31 Process water treatment
15.10.2.1 Ultrapure water production
Figure 15.32 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.33 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.11 Paques
15.11.1 Market position and strategy
15.11.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.34 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.35 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.12 Siemens Water Solutions
15.12.1 Market position and strategy
15.12.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.36 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.37 Key capabilities by function and industry
15.13 Veolia Water Technologies
15.13.1 Market position and strategy
15.13.2 Key proprietary products and systems
Figure 15.38 Process water treatment
Figure 15.39 Ultrapure water production
Figure 15.40 Wastewater treatment
Figure 15.41 Key capabilities by function and industry

16. Directory
Figure 16.1 Icon key: directory
16.1 Oil/water separation
16.1.1 Gravity separation
16.1.2 Hydrocyclone
16.1.3 Flotation
16.1.4 Nutshell filter
16.1.5 Fine separation/Adsorbents
16.1.6 Other
16.2 Suspended solids removal
16.2.1 Flotation
16.2.2 Electrocoagulation
16.2.3 Filtration
16.2.3.1 Cartridge Filter
16.2.4 Membrane filtration
16.2.4.1 Polymeric UF/MF membranes
16.2.4.2 Ceramic MF/UF membranes
16.2.4.3 Other membranes/membrane systems
16.3 Dissolved solids removal
16.3.1 RO/NF Membranes
16.3.2 Ion exchange (IX)
16.3.3 Elecrodialysis (ED/EDR)
16.3.4 Electrodeionisation (EDI)
16.3.5 Thermal Separation/Distillation (MED, MSF and MVC)
16.3.6 Brine Concentration/Crystallisers
16.3.7 Other desalination
16.3.8 Chemical precipitation for heavy metals
16.3.9 Forward osmosis (FO)
16.4 Biological treatment
16.4.1 Sequencing batch reactor (SBR)
16.4.2 Biofiltration
16.4.3 Bio-disc/Submerged fixed bed
16.4.4 Trickling filter
16.4.5 Moving bed bioreactor/Integrated fixed-film activated sludge (MBBR/IFAS)
16.4.6 Membrane bioreactor (MBR)
16.4.7 Fluidised bed bioreactor (FBR)
16.4.8 Completely stirred bioreactor
16.4.9 Upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB)
16.4.10 Other reactor
16.4.11 Specialist microbiology
16.5 Disinfection/oxidation
16.5.1 Chlorination and related processes
16.5.2 Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection
16.5.3 Ozone
16.5.4 Advanced oxidation process (AOP)
16.5.5 Other
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- Aquatech
- Cameron
- Degrémont
- Dow Water & Process Solutions
- Evoqua Water Technologies
- GE Water & Process Technologies
- IDE Technologies
- Kurita
- Organo
- Ovivo
- Paques
- Siemens Water Solutions
- Veolia Water Technologies
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