DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/67hsch/municipal_water) has announced the addition of the "Municipal Water Reuse Report" report to their offering.
The vast majority of municipal wastewater reuse projects generate effluent for use in Non-Potable applications. However, the marginal costs associated with Indirect Potable Reuse are lower than Non-Potable Reuse and will result in an increase in the level of Indirect Potable Reuse occurring.
There are major changes afoot in the area of municipal water reuse:
- Potable reuse is set for explosive growth, particularly in water-stressed regions where the number of sites financially viable for non-potable reuse is decreasing. However, the effect public sentiment will have on the decision to move towards potable reuse is an area of heated debate.
- Regulations governing the treatment requirements for Indirect Potable Reuse (IPR) are set for overhaul in the state of California. Such regulations will require RO treatment and oxidation. The effect these regulations have on the greater market will definitely influence what technologies are best suited for growth in water reuse.
- Decreasing UV costs are expected to cause UV to overtake chlorine as the dominant disinfection method in water reuse. However, the timeframe for this remains in question and the project types in which UV will be most competitive have not yet been identified.
- The footprint and performance advantages offered by MBR will stem growth in the number of water reuse projects using MBR systems. However, the degree of this growth will remain to be seen as conventional macrofiltration technologies can achieve the required treatment levels at lower cost.
This report sheds light on the latest techno-commercial trends within water reuse and quantifies and predicts the effects such trends will have on the associated technology markets.
This report highlights:
- Current prevalence of municipal wastewater reuse.
- Current regulatory trends.
- Current technologies employed for wastewater reuse.
- Technology market opportunities created by the growth in wastewater reuse.
- Future trends in the municipal water reuse market.
- Snapshots of innovative technologies providers that are well placed to benefit from the growth in municipal water reuse are also included.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Key Takeaways
3 Market Dynamics
4 Technology Trends
5 Market Trends
- Amiad Filtration
- APT Water - Ultura
- Aqua-Aerobic Systems
- Pasteurization Technology Group
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