Water and sewage industry includes establishments operating water supply systems, sewage treatment plants, and steam and air-conditioning supply systems. These services are usually provided by national, state or municipal governments, or by cooperatives, and in some cases by private sector.
Asia Pacific was the largest region in the water and sewage market in 2016, accounting for around 30% market share. This was mainly due to the presence of a large number of water filtration plants, irrigation canals, impounding reservoirs, pumping stations and sewage treatment facilities in the region. South America was the smallest region accounting for around 3% market share. The changing political landscape, and a lack of infrastructure were the major reasons for this.
Water treatment plants are using technologies to reduce energy consumption in their plants. Energy-efficient technologies such as membrane aerated biofilm reactors (MABR) and advanced anaerobic digesters are helpful in water resource recovery. Advanced digesters are used to create biogas, and reciprocating gas engines turn that biogas into electricity, thus enabling plants to become energy neutral. For example, MABR technology being used at OxyMem, an Irish water treatment company, is 75% more efficient than conventional wastewater treatment technologies.
- Markets Covered: Steam & Air-Conditioning Supply, Water Supply & Irrigation Systems, Sewage Treatment Facilities Crude Oil & Natural Gas and Drilling Oil and Gas Wells
- Geographic scope: Asia Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East, Africa
- Time series: Five years historic and forecast.
- Data: Market value in $ billions.
- Data segmentations: Regional breakdowns, market share of competitors, key sub segments.
- Sourcing and Referencing: Data and analysis throughout the report is sourced using end notes.
- American Water Works
- Anglian Water
- Nalco Champion
- Northumbrian Water
- Severn Trent Water
- Southern Water
- SUEZ SA
- United Utilities
- Yorkshire Water
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