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30 Jun 2014  |  Global
Technologies enabling efficient reuse of produced water
This research service report presents an analysis of the current capability and expected future trends for produced water treatment technologies. Presently produced water is treated mainly to meet disposal standards. Current practices also include reinjection into deep wells. Conventional treatment methods such as distillation, membrane filtration...
29 Mar 2016  |  Global
Amidst Tightening Water Budgets, Growth to be Moulded by Sustainability Imperatives
This research service provides a detailed account of the global water and wastewater sector’s transformation in 2016. The global market comprises solutions, services, and utilities spanning both municipal and industrial users. An estimated $625 billion is expected to be spent in the treatment, transfer, and disposal of water and wastewater this y...
30 Sep 2015  |  Global
Critical water innovations of the 21st century
Water is necessary for many applications apart from sustaining life. Because it may not be available in sufficient quantity or at the quality required, some form of treatment may be necessary to meet the needs of an application. More stringent water quality specifications normally require more elaborate treatment methods. Challenges of availing cle...
10 Aug 2015  |  Global
Innovating Toward A Zero-Water Future
Waterless innovations in various sectors have been creating waves of interest especially in line with the increased importance to sustainability and environmental stewardship in recent times. It is of special significance considering the risks to which businesses are exposed in the face of water scarcity, hence underlining the necessity for water...
31 Dec 2013  |  Global
This research service report presents analyses on the penetration of important or emerging portable water purification technologies. Based on these, a roadmap of the technologies until the year 2020 is projected.
30 Aug 2013  |  Global
A 9-dimensional Dossier on Eliminating Waste Toward a Clean and Green Environment
This research service offers insights primarily on nine dimensions of waste upcycling technologies. It gives in-depth insights on their penetration and potential of the upcycling technologies in various industry sectors.
30 Apr 2013  |  Global
Sustaining Life on Earth
Global warming and the water and energy crises are threatening life on Earth. As the signs of danger unravel and awareness heightens, man can no longer stem the effects of his careless stewardship of Earth by passive inaction. Clean and green environmental technologies become necessary to decelerate, if not stop, the alarming effects of Earths dec...
29 Sep 2015  |  Global
Lowering Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations
Increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations have resulted in a global quest for solutions which would enable an immediate reduction in the concentration levels. The current study discusses the global scenario with respect to global warming and provides a technology overview of the different types of atmospheric CO2 removal technologies/ strategies wh...
23 Jan 2018  |  Global
Capitalizing on Opportunities in the Emerging Digital Economy
Digital transformation has become the new era of business, a ladder in the industrial evolution enabled by the extensive use of smart technologies. In recent years, digital disruptions have been transforming businesses and operating models, reshaping the market potential for companies and, in certain cases, completely changing the frame of an indus...
29 Jan 2018  |  Global
UV and AOP to Replace Chlorine and Related Technologies as Leading Disinfection Technologies by 2024
Disinfection is an important step in ensuring that water is safe to drink. Water and wastewater systems add disinfectants to destroy microorganisms that can cause diseases in humans. Numerous factors can impact the formation of disinfection by-products. These include the concentrations and types of organic substances present whilst chlorine is adde...