Report forecasts water recycling market, water reuse growth to 2019
ReportsnReports.com has released new research in "Global Water Recycle and Reuse Market 2015-2019" that segments the market based on technology and application.
CHICAGO, IL, Aug. 7, 2015 -- According to ReportsnReports.com, Infiniti Research Limited has released new research in "Global Water Recycle and Reuse Market 2015-2019" that segments the market based on technology (conventional water treatment techniques, membrane filtration, MBR technologies, and chemical treatment and disinfection technologies) and application (industrial, agricultural, and domestic and commercial).
According to the 2015 water recycling market research, growing water scarcity across the globe is a driver that is expected to bolster market growth. Likewise, growing population, increasing per capita consumption of water, and urbanization are the main reasons for the growing water scarcity worldwide. Also, the change in the climatic condition is expected to influence the water supply as it will alter the regional distribution of freshwater supplies.
The report states that wastewater recycling residue management issues pose a challenge to the water recycle and water reuse market. The residues created by water recycling should be disposed of or managed properly. It is very important to manage recycled water residues, as they can be hazardous to the environment, increasing the chances of water pollution. Some of the beneficial usage of water recycling and reuse include commercial, residential, and municipal usage, agricultural uses, industrial uses, augmenting water supplies, and environmental and recreational uses.
AWWA, GE Water and Process Technologies, NALCO, Siemens Water Technologies, Veolia Environnement SA, and Water Rhapsody are the major companies analyzed for the water reuse market and recycle research. Other prominent players mentioned in the report include AquaDesigns, CatalySystems, Dow Water and Process Solutions, Lenntech, Phoenix Water Recycling, ProChem, and WaterFX.
To read the full news release, click here.