Water and Wastewater Treatment in the Petrochemicals Market in North America - An End-User Study

 

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This research service analyzes the end users of water and wastewater treatment equipment in the United States petrochemicals industry. It examines purchasing behaviour and customer satisfaction levels with suppliers, as well as providing an in-depth introduction to the customer.

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Water and Wastewater Treatment in the Petrochemicals Market in North America - An End-User Study, Water and Wastewater Treatment in Petrochemicals Market - An End-User StudyIntroductionIntroductionContentsExecutive SummaryIntroductionExecutive SummaryBackground & MethodologyIntroductionResearch ObjectivesThe Target Market & MethodologyRespondent Profile: Who Treats WastewaterRespondent Profile: Age of Wastewater Treatment PlantProportion of Water RecycledBiggest Problems with Wastewater DischargeInvestments in Wastewater Treatment EquipmentIntroductionProfile of Wastewater Technologies: Degree of Adoption & ImplementationDifference in Petrochem Companies by Degree of Adoption & ImplementationPre-treatment Equipment: Likelihood of ImplementationPrimary Treatment Equipment: Likelihood of ImplementationSecondary Treatment Equipment: Likelihood of ImplementationTertiary Treatment Equipment: Likelihood of ImplementationSludge Treatment Equipment: Likelihood of ImplementationWastewater Treatment Technology: Top 3 Reasons for SelectionSuppliers & Selection Criteria: Preferred SuppliersIntroductionPre-treatment Equipment: Preferred SuppliersPre-treatment Equipment: Supplier Selection CriteriaPrimary Treatment Equipment: Preferred SuppliersPrimary Treatment Equipment: Supplier Selection CriteriaSecondary Treatment Equipment: Preferred SuppliersSecondary Treatment Equipment: Supplier Selection CriteriaTertiary Treatment Equipment: Reasons for ImplementationTertiary Treatment Equipment: Preferred SuppliersTertiary Treatment Equipment: Supplier Selection CriteriaSludge Treatment Equipment: Reasons for ImplementationSludge Treatment Equipment: Preferred SuppliersSludge Treatment Equipment: Supplier Selection CriteriaSupplier PositioningSuppliers & Selection Criteria: Primary Suppliers & SatisfactionPrimary Supplier of Wastewater TechnologiesSiemens / USFilter: Satisfaction with SupplierNalco Holding Company: Satisfaction with SupplierGE Betz: Satisfaction with SupplierGrowth Potential from Customer RetentionGrowth Potential from Customer AcquisitionObstacles to ImplementationIntroductionAll Water Treatment Equipment: Obstacles to ImplementationPurchase DecisionIntroductionWho Makes the Purchase Decision or Vendor SelectionPreferred Vendor of Original EquipmentType of Agreement with Current VendorAdditional Services Suppliers Should ProvideFrequency of Changing SuppliersSatisfactory Completion Time for Whole Systems or PlantsSatisfactory Delivery Time for Components UsedNew EntrantsIntroductionNew Entrants: Willingness to Consider & the Reasons for Considering a New EntrantInvestmentIntroductionAnnual Investment in Replacing & Maintaining Wastewater Treatment SystemsInvestment LevelsFrost & Sullivan AwardsOutlineFrost & Sullivan Customer Recognition Award for Brand Development Strategy LeadershipFrost & Sullivan Customer Recognition Award for Best Overall Satisfaction in the Petrochemicals IndustryFrost & Sullivan Customer Recognition Award for Superior Product Quality-Range and Performance in the Petrochemicals IndustryFrost & Sullivan Customer Recognition Award for Technology Leadership in the Petrochemicals IndustryFrost & Sullivan Customer Recognition Award for Best Bang for the Buck in the Petrochemicals Industry




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