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Global Sludge Treatment Systems Market

Increasing Sludge Volumes and Limited Disposal Options Catalyses a Steep Demand for Treatment

  • Research Code : M801-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EN00003-GL-MR_00731
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  • Release Date : 27-Jan-2013
  • Region : Global
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Sludge generated during the wastewater treatment process typically contains a large amount of water, microorganisms, and chemical constituents. Sludge requires further treatment to reduce its volume and render it stable and safe for disposal. The main purpose of treatment is volume reduction of water and pathogen content to facilitate safe disposal and possible use as fertilizer. A key market driver is the increasing connectivity to wastewater service leads to more sludge volumes requiring treatment. Regional variations exist due to differing levels of infrastructure development and the presence/absence of regulations and sludge management policies.

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