Increasing demand for fresh water
According to the United Nations World Water Development Report 2015, the world will experience a 40% deficit in water supply by 2030. The global demand for “blue” water, excluding water demand in rain-fed agriculture, will increase by 55% from 2000 to 2050. Due to the adverse geographical and climatic conditions, it has been observed that water reserves in Europe are expected to decline. In Europe, the Netherlands and Hungary are experiencing cross-border pollution, where 46% of the surface water reserves, in Hungary, are estimated to be affected. This in turn, has driven the need to use alternative and non-conventional water sources, including desalinated seawater, non-potable/potable water recycling/reuse, and storm water capture. In addition, as the demand for water treatment results in increased quantity of waste, technologies and smart water grid legislatives have been developed to process waste, such as concentrated industrial wastewater, brine from desalination, and sludge from municipal treatment plants, more as resource, with an associated research focus on resource recovery.
Growing Demand for Anti-scalant Chemicals
In 2017, anti-scalant chemicals dominated the Europe membrane water treatment chemical market. The market for anti-scalants is growing at higher rate, with the usage of RO water treatment systems in different industries, such as drinking water treatment, food & beverage industry, pulp & paper industry, power generation, etc. RO membrane system is cheaper with respect to ion-exchange method of water treatment. The European markets for food & beverage and water treatment facilities have grown in recent past, and are increasing with the growth in population. The health concerns over available fresh water have driven the market for RO water system in household water treatment for drinking purposes.
Germany to Dominate Market Growth through 2023
Germany is shifting toward green energy, and is cutting down on the nuclear, oil-fired, coal-fired, and natural gas-fired power plants. It aims at 36% of the electricity being produced from renewables by 2021, and hence, the requirement for water in the power sector is expected to have a positive influence for the market of membrane water treatment chemicals’ products. Stricter regulations and requirement for reduction of energy is expected to drive the market in Germany through the forecast period.
Key Developments in the Market
- October 2017: SUEZ finalized the acquisition of GE Water & Process Technologies and set up a business unit - Water Technologies & Solutions.
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1.1 Research Phases
1.2 Study Deliverables
1.3 Scope of the Report
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Insights
3.1 Industry Value Chain Analysis
3.2 Industry Attractiveness - Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
3.2.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
3.2.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers
3.2.3 Threat of New Entrants
3.2.4 Threat of Substitute Products and Services
3.2.5 Degree of Competition
4. Market Dynamics
4.1.1 Demand for Fresh Water on the Rise
4.1.2 Costly Membrane Replacement Operations
4.2.1 Use of Costly Membrane Installation Resulting in Scarce Use of Membrane Systems
4.3.1 Developing Asia-Pacific Market
4.3.2 Increase Adoption of Membrane Sepration Technology
5. Market Segmentation
5.1 By Types
184.108.40.206 Scalant type
220.127.116.11 Foulant type
18.104.22.168 Membrane type
5.1.2 Cleaning Chemicals
22.214.171.124 Membrane typ3
126.96.36.199 Scalant type
188.8.131.52 Foulant type
5.1.3 Oxygen Scavengers
5.2 By Application
5.2.1 Food and Beverage Industry
5.2.2 Pharmaceutical industry
5.2.3 Desalination industry
6. Regional Analysis (Market size, growth and forecast)
6.1.4 United Kingdom
6.1.7 Nordic Countries
6.1.8 Rest of Europe
7. Competitive Landscape
7.1 Mergers & Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Collaborations and Agreements
7.2 Market Share Analysis**
7.3 Strategies Adopted by Leading Players
8. COMPANY PROFILES (Overview, Financials**, Products & Services, and Recent Developments)
8.1 Veolia Water Solutions and Technologies
8.3 Ecolab, Inc.
8.4 Berwind (BWA Water Additives)
8.5 Genesys International Ltd
8.6 Avista Technologies, Inc.
8.7 Kemira Oyj
8.8 Kurita Water Industries Ltd.
8.10 King Lee Technologies
8.11 H2O Innovation Inc.
8.14 Italmatch Chemicals S.p.A
8.15 Reverse Osmosis Chemicals International
8.16 Danaher (ChemTreat Inc.)
8.17 Hydrite Chemical Co.
8.18 Ion Exchange India Limited
8.19 AES Arabia ltd.
8.21 Muromachi Chemicals Inc.
*list not exhaustive
**Subject to Availability on Public Domain
- Akzo Nobel NV
- Albemarle Corp.
- Arch Chemicals Inc.
- Ashland Water Technologies
- BASF SE
- Buckman Laboratories
- BWA Water Additives
- Chemtreat Inc.
- Chemtura Corp.
- Dow Water & Process Solutions
- Ecolab Inc.
- E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Co.
- General Chemical Performance Products LLC
- GE Water & Process Technologies
- Israel Chemicals
- Kemira Oyj
- Kurita Water Industries Ltd.
- Nalco Co.
- Norit NV
- Occidental Chemical Corp.
- Olin Corp.
- Organo Corp.
- PQ Corp.
- Qemi International Inc.
- Siemens Water Technologies Corp.
- SNF Floerger Zac
- Solvay SA
- Wex Technologies Pvt. Ltd.