3D Printing in the Water and Wastewater Industry, Forecast to 2020

3D Printing in the Water and Wastewater Industry, Forecast to 2020

Promise of Faster, More Cost-efficient Method of Water Treatment to Spur Adoption

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12-May-2016
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North America
Research Code: 9AAC-00-2F-00-00
SKU: IA01294-NA-MR_18553

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The cost of water and wastewater treatment is increasing substantially and countries worldwide are looking at alternate methods to treat water, which are both cost-effective and technologically advanced. Hence, the high cost of water treatment in low-cost countries, including India, China, and Singapore, coupled with the rapidly growing number of smart cities, is acting as a key driver for the adoption of new technologies that allow alternate methods of cleaning untreated, polluted water. The emergence of 3D printing in the water treatment segment is one of the latest ground-breaking developments revolutionizing the water industry.

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Key Findings

Research Scope and Objective

Key Questions this Study will Answer

3D Printing—A New Beginning

Rising Adoption of 3D Printing in Water & Wastewater Industry

3D Printed Membrane Technology for Wastewater Treatment

3D Printed Membrane Technology for Wastewater Treatment (continued)

Impact of 3D Printed Membrane Technology on the Global Water Industry

Significance of 3D Printing in the Water Industry for the Pumps Market

Impact on Processing Equipment—Pumps and Systems

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The cost of water and wastewater treatment is increasing substantially and countries worldwide are looking at alternate methods to treat water, which are both cost-effective and technologically advanced. Hence, the high cost of water treatment in low-cost countries, including India, China, and Singapore, coupled with the rapidly growing number of smart cities, is acting as a key driver for the adoption of new technologies that allow alternate methods of cleaning untreated, polluted water. The emergence of 3D printing in the water treatment segment is one of the latest ground-breaking developments revolutionizing the water industry.
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Author Shilpa Mathur Ramachandran
Industries Industrial Automation
WIP Number 9AAC-00-2F-00-00
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