APAC Water Outlook 2024

APAC Water Outlook 2024

Circular Economy-based Policies Driving Growth in New Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Investments

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02-Nov-2023
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: PF4A-01-00-00-00
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By 2050, about 1 billion people will reside in urban centers in APAC. Despite relatively high water availability, most APAC countries face water stress primarily due to uneven distribution of water. Most medium-high income economies have implemented policies favoring the reuse of treated wastewater primarily to meet growing industrial demand.

Non-revenue water (NRW) reduction, a top priority, has led to the implementation of smart water grid projects and the mass rollout of smart water meters. Investments in improving water and sanitation coverage in rural areas; capacity expansion or new production capacity development in various industries; and the adoption of ZLD.MLD systems will spur the demand for industrial water and wastewater treatment systems or expansion of existing capacity.

Research Scope: 

The analytics highlights key market predictions for 2024, with 2023 as the base year.  The municipal and industrial water market covers CAPEX (design and engineering, water and wastewater technology, process control management) and OPEX ( operation and maintenance and chemicals). It presents the total municipal and industrial water market expenditure forecast for China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and Rest of APAC.


Key Issues Addressed: 

  • What are the key market predictions for the APAC water industry in 2024?

  • What is the revenue of the APAC water industry in 2024?

  • What are the regional trends/predictions and region-wise expenditure forecast for municipal and industrial segments?

  • What are the key growth opportunities and strategic imperatives of the water industry?

Author: Paul Hudson

 

Table of Contents

Highlights

Historical Analytics

Top Predictions for 2024

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Water and Wastewater Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Scope

Segmentation

Frost & Sullivan’s 6P Framework

EU Green Taxonomy and APAC

Green Taxonomies in APAC

Green Taxonomies in APAC (continued)

National Water Security Risk Score

Opportunity Mapping—Municipal Sector

Opportunity Mapping—Industrial Sector

Investment in APAC’s Microelectronics Industry

Investment in APAC’s Microelectronics Industry (continued)

Investment in APAC’s Microelectronics Industry (continued)

Expenditure Forecast by Segment

Expenditure Forecast by Municipal Segment

Expenditure Forecast by Industrial Segment

Expenditure Forecast by Region

Expenditure Forecast by Region (continued)

Key Predictions for 2024

Prediction 1: Treated Wastewater for Reuse Projects to Witness New Growth Penetration Across APAC

Prediction 2: Climate Change-resilient Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Through the Digitalization of Utilities

Prediction 3: Mass Rollout of Smart Water Metering Projects

Prediction 4: Green Hydrogen Production Leveraging Treated Wastewater

Prediction 5: Electrocoagulation Emerging as a Viable Alternative to Biological Treatment Technologies to Treat Complex Industrial Effluents

2024 Market Snapshot—Municipal CAPEX

2024 Market Snapshot—Municipal OPEX

2024 Market Snapshot—Industrial CAPEX

2024 Market Snapshot—Industrial OPEX

2024 Market Snapshot—TOTEX by Industry Type

Market Snapshot—APAC

China—Market Snapshot

China—2024 Predictions

Japan—Market Snapshot

Japan—2024 Predictions

India—Market Snapshot

India—2024 Predictions

Australia—Market Snapshot

Australia—2024 Predictions

South Korea—Market Snapshot

South Korea—2024 Predictions

Indonesia—Market Snapshot

Indonesia—2024 Predictions

Taiwan—Market Snapshot

Taiwan—2024 Predictions

Thailand—Market Snapshot

Thailand—2024 Predictions

Vietnam—Market Snapshot

Vietnam—2024 Predictions

Philippines—Market Snapshot

Philippines—2024 Predictions

Malaysia—Market Snapshot

Malaysia—2024 Predictions

Singapore—Market Snapshot

Singapore—2024 Predictions

Rest of APAC—Market Snapshot

Rest of APAC—2024 Predictions

Select Water Companies—APAC

Growth Opportunity 1: Decentralized W&WWT

Growth Opportunity 1: Decentralized W&WWT (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Membrane-based Desalination

Growth Opportunity 2: Membrane-based Desalination (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: ZLD & MLD Solutions

Growth Opportunity 3: ZLD & MLD Solutions (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Smart Water Management for NRW reduction

Growth Opportunity 4: Smart Water Management for NRW reduction (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: Mega Investments in Urban and Rural Areas in India

Growth Opportunity 5: Mega Investments in Urban and Rural Areas in India (continued)

Conclusions and Future Outlook

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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By 2050, about 1 billion people will reside in urban centers in APAC. Despite relatively high water availability, most APAC countries face water stress primarily due to uneven distribution of water. Most medium-high income economies have implemented policies favoring the reuse of treated wastewater primarily to meet growing industrial demand. Non-revenue water (NRW) reduction, a top priority, has led to the implementation of smart water grid projects and the mass rollout of smart water meters. Investments in improving water and sanitation coverage in rural areas; capacity expansion or new production capacity development in various industries; and the adoption of ZLD.MLD systems will spur the demand for industrial water and wastewater treatment systems or expansion of existing capacity.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Scope: 

The analytics highlights key market predictions for 2024, with 2023 as the base year.  The municipal and industrial water market covers CAPEX (design and engineering, water and wastewater technology, process control management) and OPEX ( operation and maintenance and chemicals). It presents the total municipal and industrial water market expenditure forecast for China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and Rest of APAC.

Key Issues Addressed: 

  • What are the key market predictions for the APAC water industry in 2024?

  • What is the revenue of the APAC water industry in 2024?

  • What are the regional trends/predictions and region-wise expenditure forecast for municipal and industrial segments?

  • What are the key growth opportunities and strategic imperatives of the water industry?

Author: Paul Hudson

 

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