The water team publishes syndicated research reports capturing diversified aspects of water market. The deliverables published by the team provide insights on market data, estimates, competitive investigation, technological trends and advancements, legislative tracking, informative charts, comprehensive table of market forecast for a period of 5 to 7 years. Some of the platforms used by us to furnish the market data include, market engineering research, market insights, CEO 360 degree perspective, white papers, articles, interviews, analyst briefing, economic research and analysis, outlook studies, mega trends, disruptive technologies, customer survey and customized deliverables. Our market coverage broadly includes
- Water and wastewater Treatment
- Irrigation systems
- Water and wastewater utilities
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25 Oct 2019  |  North America
Growth Opportunities for Sustainable Solutions in the Global Mining Water and Wastewater Treatment Market, Forecast to 2023
Capturing Opportunities with Digital Transformation and Waterless Mines Towards Greater Efficiency and Circular Economy
The global mining industry is facing extremely significant challenges related to consumptionism and rising demands for mineral-based products. Declining richness and exhaustion of available commodities, climate change and intensification of environmental issues, as well as deepening water scarcity are only driving concerns. The new era of redefinin...
07 Nov 2019  |  Global
Growth Opportunities in the Global Flavoured and Functional Water Hydration Market, Forecast to 2025
Increased Focus on Wellness and Wellbeing Among Health-conscious Millennials has Led to a Significant Increase in the Consumption of Flavoured and Functional Drinks
The global flavoured and functional water hydration market was worth $44.28 billion in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.4% from 2018 to 2025. It is forecast to reach $77.72 billion by 2025. Rising health awareness, the regional tastes of consumers, and substantial lifestyle changes in developing and developed nations are providing the pl...
20 Nov 2019  |  North America
High Growth Market Opportunity to Respond to Decades of Unregulated Pollutants
PFAS (polyfluoroalkyl substances) contamination across the United States is an explosive concern for many water utilities, industrial companies, regulators, and concerned citizens. While these chemical compounds entered the environment for decades, the harmful consequences of these compounds are only just being realized and mitigated. The full exte...
23 Mar 2020  |  North America
Demand Soaring for Sample Testing and Site Assessment to Quantify the Challenge
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination poses a significant and growing challenge across the United States. For decades, these substances have been included in many everyday products due to their non-stick, anti-flammable, and water-repellent properties. This is despite industrial knowledge that these chemical substances do not nat...
01 Mar 2016  |  North America
New Plants to Revive Growth after Stagnant Phase
Strong growth is expected for the North American desalination plant market after a period of relative stagnation. Growing pressure on water resources, combined with recent droughts, drives the use of desalination for water supply. In the United States, California and Texas have developed long-term plans to improve water supply partially through the...
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28 Jan 2019  |  Global
Global Residential, Light Commercial, and HoReCa Water Hydration Treatment Systems Market, Forecast to 2025
Innovative Water Hydration Treatment Systems for Connected Homes, Offices, and HoReCa that are Backed Up by Sustainability Principles have a Strong Role in Tackling Plastic Waste from Bottled Water
The global residential, light commercial, and HoReCa water hydration treatment systems market is expected to witness a 7-year CAGR of 6.1% to generate above $30 billion by 2025. Emerging markets such as China, South Korea, India, and Japan, especially in segments such as light commercial and HoReCa, are witnessing high growth. The increasing aware...
26 Mar 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Expanding Capabilities and Service Network Key to Capturing a Transforming Market
The Asia-Pacific (APAC) water and wastewater services (WWWS) market, comprising water and wastewater treatment service offerings, such as design & engineering (D&E), operation and maintenance (O&M), and spare parts, for municipal operations and industries is growing steadily thanks to the region-wide economic development. The market is forecast to ...
13 Mar 2019  |  North America
Innovations in Water Management Strategies in Upstream Oil and Gas Operations in North America, 2018
Increasing Role of Midstream Partners to Streamline Industry Activity
There is a critical need for the upstream oil and gas exploration and production industry to better manage processed and produced water. Moving forward, activity is set to grow in absolute terms, but also on a per well basis in terms of process water and produced water levels. This growth requires smarter management methods to reduce the growing c...
13 Jun 2019  |  Global
Sustainability Goals, Innovative Technologies and Value-added Services will Characterise this $376.9 Billion Market
Innovative business models such as deposit return scheme, secondary storage of EV batteries and the retail take-back for hazardous waste management, followed by disruptive applications like recycling of lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries without the use of chemical solvents, composite plastic separation, etc., will drive the waste recycling market in 2...
06 Jun 2019  |  Global
The Global Adoption of a Circular Economy, Enabled by Digitalization, Boosts Water and Wastewater Market Growth
Water stress, climate change concerns, and the need for economic infrastructure are the key drivers for the global water and wastewater market. The circular economy is rapidly being adopted for its economic and environmental benefits. Digitalization has significantly bolstered its adoption in the water use cycle. Utilities across the world are focu...