Increasing Demand for Water from Power and Industrial Sector
Australia’s vast experience of drought and flood conditions has placed the water industry in the country in a unique position to capitalize on its significant capabilities and strengths in the management of water resources. The power sector is one of the major end users of water. Water in the power generation industry is used in many ways, for instance, for steam production for spinning turbines, humidifying airflow into gas turbines, steam injection for NOx control, hydraulic ash disposal, etc. Besides this, the other industries, including food & beverage, mining, exploration, and processing, smelting, and refining also contributes substantially to the demand for fresh water. Such a huge demand for fresh water from power & industrial sector is becoming a problem for a water-stressed country, such as Australia. Hence, such a scenario has led to increase in the adoption of water treatment technologies and chemicals in order to treat wastewater. Thus, with the increasing demand for water from such industries, along with the growing regulations related to the fresh water supply is further driving the demand for wastewater treatment chemicals during the forecast period.
Largest Consumer of Corrosion & Scale Inhibitors
Among product types, Australia is the largest consumer of corrosion & scale inhibitors. Corrosion inhibitors are general purpose chemicals, applied to deal with corrosion caused in boilers. Corrosion occurs due to the reaction of oxygen with metallic parts in a boiler to form oxides, thereby increasing the cost of energy and maintenance. Corrosion inhibitors act by forming a thin layer of barrier over the exposed parts of the boiler from the water. There are several types of corrosion inhibitors used in water boilers. These include Condensate Line Corrosion Inhibitor, Deha - Diethyl Hydroxyl Amine, Polyamine, Morpholine, Cyclohexylamine, and Carbon Dioxide Corrosion Inhibitor. Besides this, scale inhibitors are used to remove scales through chemical action. These can be broadly grouped into three types, namely – Phosphates, Polymers, and Chelant. Corrosion and scale inhibitors are used mostly in the boiler and cooling water treatment plants to escape from corrosion from metals. In Australia, these corrosion & scale inhibitors are used by municipal and water authorities, commercial buildings & hospitals, etc., industrial consumers such as oil & gas, pulp & paper, mining, etc.
Key Developments in the Market
January 2018: Ecolab Inc., a global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies, and services, has acquired Cascade Water Services, Inc. Cascade Water Services is a privately held company based in New York, which provides water treatment programs and services to the US institutional market, primarily in New York and Florida.
The major players include – Ecolab (Nalco), BASF SE. Veolia, Redox Pty Ltd., Suez Environment, Kemira, Coogee Chemicals, DowDuPont, etc. among others
Australia Water Treatment Chemicals Market Report Summary
Ecolab Inc., a global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies, and services has acquired Cascade Water Services, Inc. Cascade Water Services is a privately held company based in New York, which provides water treatment programs and services to the US institutional market, primarily in New York and Florida.
Ecolab (Nalco), BASF SE. Veolia, Redox Pty Ltd., Suez Environment, Kemira, Coogee Chemicals, DowDuPont, etc. among others
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1.1 Scope of the Report
1.2 Study Assumptions
1.3 Study Deliverables
1.4 Research Phases
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 Consumers
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 Increasing Demand for Water from Power and Industrial Sector
4.1.2 Increasing Saltwater Intrusion and Adverse Climatic Conditions Spurring the Demand For Fresh Water
4.1.3 Increasing Regulatory Drivers for Reliable Wastewater Management
4.2.1 Water Treatment Chemicals Alternative
4.3.1 Increasing Production of Biosolids and Biogas from Wastewater Treatment
4.3.2 Shifting Focus toward the Usage of Green Chemicals
5. Water Treatment Technologies
5.1 Physical/Chemical Treatment
5.2 Biological Treatment
5.3 Mechanical Equipment
5.4 Membrane Filtration Including Reverse Osmosis
5.5 Natural Treatment Systems, Including Wetlands
5.6 Solid/Residuals Management
5.7 Thermal Systems and Energy Conservation
5.8 Effluent Recycling and Integrated Water Cycle Management
6. Market Segmentation and Analysis (Market Size, Growth, and Forecast)
6.1 By Product
6.1.1 Biocides & Disinfectants
220.127.116.11 Oxidizing Biocides
18.104.22.168 Non-Oxidizing Biocides
6.1.2 Coagulants and Flocculants
6.1.3 Corrosion & Scale Inhibitors
6.1.4 Defoamers & Defoaming Agents
6.1.5 pH Adjusters and Softeners
6.1.6 Odor Remover
6.2 By Application
6.2.1 Oil/Water Separation
6.2.2 Suspended Solids Removal
6.2.3 Dissolved Solids Removal
6.2.4 Biological Treatment/Nutrient & Metals Recovery
6.3 By End-user Industry
6.3.1 Commercial & Institutional
6.3.2 Electric Power Generation
6.3.5 Mining & Mineral Processing
6.3.6 Municipal Water Treatment
7. Policies & Regulations
8. Competitive Landscape
8.1 Mergers and Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Collaborations and Agreements
8.2 Market Share Analysis**
8.3 Strategies Adopted by Leading Players
9. Company Profiles (Overview, Financials**, Products & Services, and Recent Developments)
9.2 AkzoNobel N.V.
9.3 Albemarle Corporation
9.4 All Chemical Manufacturing & Consultancy
9.5 Aquasol Corporation
9.6 Avista Technologies Inc.
9.7 BASF SE
9.8 Buckman Laboratories International Inc.
9.9 BWA Water Additives (Berwind)
9.10 Calix Inc.
9.11 Challenge Chemicals
9.12 Chemdrex Chemicals
9.13 Coogee Chemicals
9.16 Evoqua Water Technologies Corp.
9.17 Hardman Chemicals Pty. Ltd.
9.20 Ices Australia (Aqualyng)
9.21 Integra Water Treatment Solution Pty. Ltd.
9.24 Lanxess Pty. Ltd.
9.26 Mintech Chemical Industries Pty Ltd.
9.27 Omega Chemicals
9.28 PQ Australia Pty Ltd.
9.29 Redox Pty Ltd.
9.30 SNF Floerger
9.32 Suez Environment (Degrémont Industry)
9.33 Tandex Pty Ltd.
9.34 Telford Industries
9.36 Water Treatment Services (Aust) Pty Ltd.
**Subject to availability on public domain
- Akzo Nobel N.V.
- Albemarle Corporation
- All Chemical Manufacturing & Consultancy
- Aquasol Corporation
- Avista Technologies Inc.
- BASF SE
- Buckman Laboratories International Inc.
- Bwa Water Additives (Berwind)
- Calix Inc.
- Challenge Chemicals
- Chemdrex Chemicals
- Coogee Chemicals
- Evoqua Water Technologies Corp.
- Hardman Chemicals Pty. Ltd
- Ices Australia (Aqualyng)
- Integra Water Treatment Solution Pty. Ltd
- Lanxess Pty. Ltd.
- Mintech Chemical Industries Pty Ltd
- Omega Chemicals
- Pq Australia Pty Ltd
- Redox Pty Ltd
- Snf Floerger
- Suez Environment (Degrémont Industry)
- Tandex Pty Ltd
- Telford Industries
- Water Treatment Services (Aust) Pty Ltd