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Research and Markets: North America Industrial Wastewater Series - Power Generation Industry

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "North America Industrial Wastewater Series - Power Generation Industry" report to their offering.

“North America Industrial Wastewater Series - Power Generation Industry”

Equipment for Cooling Tower, Boiler Blowdown, and FGD Purge Streams to Optimize Water Use

The power generation industry is the most water-intensive industry in North America. The droughts that some US states have faced present critical challenges for this industry. Facilities must now consider ways of lowering water consumption while ensuring that wastewater meets EPA regulations. This market insight discusses the strategies power plants can implement to limit freshwater use. It also highlights key treatment technologies for both water and wastewater. Topics also include specific case studies of projects in the United States and various logistical challenges. The base year is 2012.


- Assess the current and future water management, consumption, and treatment required for power generation.

- Identify the potential trends for future power generation activities and cleaner wastewater effluent.

- Identify strategies and future treatment solutions required for water treatment companies in North America.

- Understand and identify opportunities for all suppliers in the value chain; to help develop economic growth; and to meet and exceed the North American environmental regulations associated with water and wastewater treatment and management.

Key Questions Answered

- Addressable Industry Challenge: The power industry is deemed to be one of the most water intensive industries for water, wastewater consumption, and wastewater treatment. What are the market strategies to comply with regulations, address water scarcity, and face permit issues?

- Power Generation Industry: What are the best practices in place (water reuse and recycling or innovative treatment processes) to help treat difficult wastewater produced and to lower water used in cooling tower blowdown treatment and as boiler feedwater condensate polishing as well as to lower the wastewater produced by flue gas desulfurization?

- Components: What treatment technologies are needed to help lower water consumption? What are the multiplier effects on the industry from capital cost savings through saved time and labor?

Key Topics Covered

1. Executive Summary

2. Definitions

3. Introduction and Overview

4. Regulations

5. Treatment Technology and Market Landscape

6. Case Studies

7. Conclusion

8. Appendix

9. The Frost & Sullivan Story

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