Water Reuse and Alternative Water

What you should know…

Water scarcity is driving the use of alternative water sources and, in particular, water reuse. Much like the desalination market, the growth in the water reuse market is happening with no formal announcement heralding its entry into the mainstream water market. Like the desalination market which grew incrementally until a decade later desalination costs had been halved and the global installed capacity increased from 20 million m3 per day in 1995 to 40 million m3 per day in 2005, water re-use is also growing Similarly, the use of other alternative sources of water, such as atmospheric water capture and contaminated groundwater will also continue to grow.

We anticipate that in ten years time water re-use will be the norm and the practice of discharging treated freshwater into a salty sea will only continue in a few locations.

What’s Provided:

–Competitive landscape mapping, understand how competitors are tackling the market, who are the top tier, mid-tier, third tier players

–Briefing on regulatory trends & drivers & how these will drive different types of water re-use

–Water technologies are compared and benchmarked in company reports & webinar

–The service is delivered through access to Insight Reports, Company Reports, Webinars, Intelligence Briefings and Analyst Access

What we can do for you…
With growth in water reuse forecast across all industrial markets and the municipal sector, opportunities exist for incumbent technologies to grow sales and for novel technologies to develop niches within each market. However, in most geographies this growth is starting from a relatively low level. The figure below illustrates the current amount of water reuse undertaken in the USA, and presents the relative contribution of each water reuse application.

Water Reuse

Figure 1:  Municipal Wastewater Reuse Rates and Application Types in the USA

Increasing discharge standards, increasing water costs and decreasing volumes and quality of existing water sources are driving heavy industrial water users such as power plants, pulp and paper, food and beverage, chemicals and oil and gas towards internal reuse of process water. Such industries are moving towards generating “designer water” (water which fit the required characteristics for specific processes) from streams previously regarded as a wastewater.

BlueTech® Research delivers dependable research and timely insight on industry developments with analysis on water treatment technology opportunities in the water reuse market. We provide you with an understanding of the water treatment value chain and help your company identify unmet needs, highlight successful business models, provide competitive analysis, and showcase companies offering innovative technologies.

The suite of BlueTech® Research’s products include Insight Reports, Webinars, Monthly Intelligence Briefings and Company Reports that ensure you are up-to-date and informed on this dynamic market, giving you everything you need to take advantage of the growth in the Water Reuse and Alternative Water market.

The following MindMap outlines the factors affecting Water Scarcity and also what Water Scarcity will drive.

1. Water Scarcity - Factors affecting

Water Scarcity - Factors affecting

Water Scarcity - Factors affecting

Water Scarcity Urban - Will Drive

Water Scarcity Urban - Will Drive