Indian Water and Wastewater Treatment Growth Opportunities

Indian Water and Wastewater Treatment Growth Opportunities

Water Scarcity, Government Initiatives, and New Business Models to Drive Future Growth Potential

RELEASE DATE
15-Feb-2022
REGION
South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Deliverable Type
Market Research
Research Code: PB7D-01-00-00-00
SKU: EN01307-SA-MT_26273
AvailableYesPDF Download
$4,950.00
In stock
SKU
EN01307-SA-MT_26273
$4,950.00
DownloadLink
ENQUIRE NOW

Description

The Indian water and wastewater treatment market is growing and gaining widespread attention. The World Bank commented that India could comfortably achieve 7.5% gross domestic product (GDP) growth every year, but not 8.0% unless it implements effective water management strategies. Government agencies are implementing regulatory and funding mechanisms to open up the water and wastewater treatment market for private investments. It is an opportune time for market participants to achieve significant growth as the industry shifts toward deriving more project value-based outcomes (total cost of ownership) and utilizing government expenditure efficiently. Robust governmental initiatives, such as the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation, National Mission for Clean Ganga, Jal Jeevan Mission, and Community Drinking Water Schemes, contribute to the growth of the Indian water and wastewater treatment market.

India’s total utilizable water resource is pegged at 1,123 billion cubic meters (BCM). In 2017, it was reported that approximately 946 BCM were consumed across all sectors, including agriculture (91.0%), industrial (2.0%), and domestic (7.0%). According to a 2019 NITI Aayog report on Water Management Index, India is facing the worst water crisis in its history. The report projects India’s water demand to be twice the available supply by 2030, implying severe water scarcity for millions of people. A 2020 World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) report forecasts 30 Indian cities to face a “grave water risk” by 2050 due to population growth.

In a conservative scenario, India’s water demand would grow to 1,100 BCM by 2025, assuming a population growth rate of 1.2% and an annual GDP growth rate of 7.0%. Compared to the estimated availability of 1,123 BCM of water, these projections for water demand indicate an overall net marginal positive balance of only 23 BCM of water by 2025. However, given uneven water distribution, the country is likely to face water scarcity. The water balance figure is estimated to be negative by 2027, reaching a negative 277 BCM by 2050.

India needs to take adequate measures now to curb potential water scarcity. This urgency is expected to drive significant growth for the country’s water and wastewater treatment market.

Author: Nideshna Naidu

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Indian Water and Wastewater Treatment Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Segmentation

Key Competitors

Key Growth Metrics

Value Chain

Value Chain (continued)

Growth Drivers

Growth Driver Analysis

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Driver Analysis (continued)

Growth Restraints

Growth Restraint Analysis

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast by End User

Revenue Forecast Analysis by End User

Revenue Forecast by Technology and Service

Revenue Forecast Analysis by Technology and Service

Competitive Environment

Revenue Share

Revenue Share Analysis

Revenue Share Analysis (continued)

Revenue Share Analysis (continued)

Revenue Share Analysis (continued)

Notable Acquisitions and Tie-Ups

Key Competitive Factors

Key Growth Metrics

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Technology and Service

Revenue Forecast Analysis by Technology and Service

Key Growth Metrics

Revenue Share by Industry Vertical

Usage Practices in the Industrial Segment

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast by Technology and Service

Revenue Forecast Analysis by Technology and Service

Growth Opportunity 1: Membrane Modules for Desalination, Water Treatment, and Recycle and Reuse

Growth Opportunity 1: Membrane Modules for Desalination, Water Treatment, and Recycle and Reuse (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Pumps Market to Witness High Growth from Investments in Water and Wastewater Projects

Growth Opportunity 2: Pumps Market to Witness High Growth from Investments in Water and Wastewater Projects (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Desalination Demand in Municipal and Industrial Segments to Increase in Coastal Cities

Growth Opportunity 3: Desalination Demand in Municipal and Industrial Segments to Increase in Coastal Cities (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Recycle-and-Reuse Systems Demand to Rise Due to Lack of Water Quality and Availability

Growth Opportunity 4: Recycle-and-Reuse Systems Demand to Rise Due to Lack of Water Quality and Availability (continued)

Growth Opportunity 5: ZLD to Contribute to the Market Penetration of Water Reuse Systems

Growth Opportunity 5: ZLD to Contribute to the Market Penetration of Water Reuse Systems (continued)

Growth Opportunity 6: Packaged Wastewater Treatment for Suburban, Rural, and Remote Communities

Growth Opportunity 6: Packaged Wastewater Treatment for Suburban, Rural, and Remote Communities (continued)

Growth Opportunity 7: Water Vending Machines for Rural, Bottom-of-the-Pyramid, Remote, and Public Infrastructure Segments

Growth Opportunity 7: Water Vending Machines for Rural, Bottom-of-the-Pyramid, Remote, and Public Infrastructure Segments (continued)

Growth Opportunity 8: Smart Water Meters to Drive the Adoption of Digital Solutions

Growth Opportunity 8: Smart Water Meters to Drive the Adoption of Digital Solutions (continued)

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

The Indian water and wastewater treatment market is growing and gaining widespread attention. The World Bank commented that India could comfortably achieve 7.5% gross domestic product (GDP) growth every year, but not 8.0% unless it implements effective water management strategies. Government agencies are implementing regulatory and funding mechanisms to open up the water and wastewater treatment market for private investments. It is an opportune time for market participants to achieve significant growth as the industry shifts toward deriving more project value-based outcomes (total cost of ownership) and utilizing government expenditure efficiently. Robust governmental initiatives, such as the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation, National Mission for Clean Ganga, Jal Jeevan Mission, and Community Drinking Water Schemes, contribute to the growth of the Indian water and wastewater treatment market. India’s total utilizable water resource is pegged at 1,123 billion cubic meters (BCM). In 2017, it was reported that approximately 946 BCM were consumed across all sectors, including agriculture (91.0%), industrial (2.0%), and domestic (7.0%). According to a 2019 NITI Aayog report on Water Management Index, India is facing the worst water crisis in its history. The report projects India’s water demand to be twice the available supply by 2030, implying severe water scarcity for millions of people. A 2020 World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) report forecasts 30 Indian cities to face a “grave water risk” by 2050 due to population growth. In a conservative scenario, India’s water demand would grow to 1,100 BCM by 2025, assuming a population growth rate of 1.2% and an annual GDP growth rate of 7.0%. Compared to the estimated availability of 1,123 BCM of water, these projections for water demand indicate an overall net marginal positive balance of only 23 BCM of water by 2025. However, given uneven water distribution, the country is likely to face water scarcity. The water balance figure is estimated to be negative by 2027, reaching a negative 277 BCM by 2050. India needs to take adequate measures now to curb potential water scarcity. This urgency is expected to drive significant growth for the country’s water and wastewater treatment market. Author: Nideshna Naidu
More Information
Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Nideshna Naidu
GPS Codes 9307-A4
Industries Environment
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 water treatment
Keyword 2 industrial wastewater treatment
Keyword 3 water and wastewater treatment equipment market
Podcast No
WIP Number PB7D-01-00-00-00