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
New business models in water and wastewater industry
25 Jan 2023  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The Need to Ensure Adequate Safe Water Supply Across Rural India Drives the Future Growth Potential of IoT-based Smart Water Monitoring Solutions
The supply of adequate safe drinking water for the population is a key concern for governments and administrative bodies across the globe. In 2019, the Indian government launched Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM), a project aimed at providing a functional household tap water connection (FHTC) to every rural household in the country by 2024. As part of this ...
15 Nov 2022  |  Asia Pacific
Climate Change-driven Transformation and the Operational Resilience Goal Drive Future-proofing Strategies
Australia has witnessed unprecedented extreme weather events of drought and flood. Climate change also plays a role in drought and flood severity and recurrence. With over 80% of its population living in and around urban hotspots, the country is one of the most urbanized worldwide. As such, water and wastewater (W&WW) utilities in Australia are und...
21 Sep 2022  |  North America
Future Growth Potential of Sample Testing to Help Map the Presence of PFAS
Growing concerns regarding the presence of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in surface water, groundwater, wastewater, soil, and air are making state and national level regulations in the United States regarding permissible contaminant limits more stringent. There are growing efforts among municipal utilities and different indus...
06 Jun 2022  |  Europe
Technology Shift Driving Competitive Intensity, Sustainable Efficiency, and Improved Customer Experience
The study examines the development of the European swimming pool water treatment market, focusing on technology upgrades, country-specific differences in adopting emerging and sustainable technologies, growth opportunities dedicated to specific technologies and solutions, and the competitive environment. It offers an in-depth analysis of market dri...
14 Feb 2022  |  Global
Outcomes-as-a-service Analytic Platforms are Enabling the Digital Transformation of the Water Sector
Water utilities across the globe are under pressure to improve the resilience of their infrastructure to water stress, drought, and flooding-related events that are occurring due to climate change. Policy makers are implementing new strategies to ensure long-term sustainability through extensive replacement and rehabilitation plans to modernise the...
12 Nov 2021  |  Latin America
Private Investments will Drive Deployment of Digital and Sustainable Technologies on Path toward Universal Access to Water Services
The municipal water and wastewater treatment market in Brazil is experiencing a growth phase, spurred by the recent change in legislation that allows greater participation from the private sector in upcoming bid and tender processes and opens up new growth opportunities. Prior to this legislative change, Brazil was working on a plan to focus its ef...
22 Oct 2021  |  Global
Climate Change Demands Sustainable Management Strategies
Global water and wastewater networks are in a state of transition. Many utilities and municipalities are dealing with aged networks that require rehabilitation and replacement, while others are seeing growing or existing populations that require reliable services. However, all utilities face challenges as well as opportunities in terms of digitaliz...
13 Jul 2021  |  North America
Water Scarcity and the Pressure to Feed an Increasing Population are Driving Digital Transformation
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the global population will reach 10 billion by 2050, dramatically affecting agricultural demand and related water consumption. More efficient irrigation automation, control, and monitoring solutions will take on the long-term challenge of water scarcity in the world, espe...
08 Jun 2021  |  North America
Global Decentralized Containerized/Packaged Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems Growth Opportunities
Circular Economy Policies and Renewable Energy Fuel Decentralized Solutions Adoption
Water stress and rapid urbanization worldwide impact water and sanitation coverage, especially among economically vulnerable populations in developing and under-developed countries. Water quality and sanitation are a primary concern in developed nations and part of their sustainability and circular economy policies. Centralized water and wastewater...
15 Dec 2020  |  North America
Competitive Intensity to Power EAM Outcomes and Sophistication in Water and Wastewater Utilities, 2019–2024
Resiliency and Whole Network View to be Top Growth Strategies
Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system solutions are increasingly desired and needed by customers in the water and wastewater utility industry to help bring order to an increasingly varied and numerous software and IoT ecosystem. While the COVID-19 pandemic will depress near-term market growth, the strong customer need for EAM solutions will ensu...