Water and Wastewater Treatment (WWWT) Market in Brunei, Hong Kong, Maldives, and Taiwan - A CEO 360 Degree Perspective

Uncharted Territories in the WWWT Map Offer Specific Opportunities

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The water and wastewater treatment market in Brunei, Hong Kong, Maldives, and Taiwan is likely to offer mid- to long-term business opportunities for market participants with specific opportunities, which are often mutually exclusive. The need for water and wastewater treatment varies in these countries due to the level of market maturity, market demand, and the use of advanced technologies. Brunei and Taiwan strive for better industrial WWWT applications, while Hong Kong is set to explore desalination as a viable treatment option in the future. Maldives will continue to focus on improving water supply and sanitation for its tourism industry.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary—CEO 360 Perspectives Executive Summary—CEO 360 Perspectives (continued)Executive Summary—Key TakeawayIntroductionDefinitionsCountries OverviewCountry Overview—Brunei Countries Overview—Hong Kong Countries Overview—MaldivesCountries Overview—TaiwanMarket OverviewMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket Estimation—Total WWWT MarketMarket Estimation—Municipal Water TreatmentMarket Estimation—Municipal Wastewater TreatmentMarket Estimation—Industrial Water TreatmentMarket Estimation—Industrial Wastewater TreatmentKey StakeholdersKey Stakeholders (continued)Key Stakeholders (continued)Legislative Enablers—BruneiLegislative Enablers—Hong KongLegislative Enablers—MaldivesLegislative Enablers—TaiwanMega TrendsMega TrendsRelevant Mega Trends on WWWT MarketFocus on Growing Population and Rapid UrbanizationMega Trends—Population Growth Mega Trends—Population Growth (continued)Mega Trends—UrbanizationMega Trends—Urbanization (continued)Implications from Mega TrendsImplications from Mega Trends (continued)Case Study—Deep Tunnel Sewerage System in SingaporeCase Study—Deep Tunnel Sewerage System in Singapore (continued)Case Study—BAF Plant in Hong KongStrategic ResponseIndustry Convergence and TechnologyWWWT Technology Development—Coagulation and FlocculationWWWT Technology Development—Coagulation and Flocculation (continued)Condition of the Total WWWT MarketTechnology Development OverviewTechnology Development Overview (continued)Technological Development—BruneiTechnological Development—Hong KongTechnological Development—MaldivesTechnological Development—TaiwanCase Study—Taiwan Industrial Water Reclamation Case Study—Brunei’s First Membrane Filtration PlantStrategic ResponseEconomicEconomic Game-changer—BruneiEconomic Game-changer—Hong KongEconomic Game-changer—MaldivesEconomic Game-changer—TaiwanWater Development Policies and InitiativeWater Development Policies and Initiative (continued)Water Development Policies and Initiative (continued)Water Reforms—PrivatizationWater Source Penetration RateSanitation Penetration RateWater TariffsNon-revenue WaterCase Study—Investments in Hong KongCase Study—Investments in TaiwanStrategic ResponseCompetitive and Best PracticesFragmented Business LandscapeBusiness Landscape—Brunei Business Landscape—Hong KongBusiness Landscape—MaldivesBusiness Landscape—TaiwanBest Practice Case Study—Rainwater Harvesting Incentive Program in TaiwanBest Practice Case Study—Hong Kong’s Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD)Best Practice Case Study—UNOPS Maldives Project CenterStrategic ResponseCustomerMunicipal Water Treatment Capacity AdditionMunicipal Wastewater Treatment Capacity AdditionIndustrial Demand for Water TreatmentCustomers ProfilingCustomer Profile ChartCustomer Profile—Hong Kong Water Supply AuthorityCase Study—Learning from TSMC’s NeedsStrategic ResponseFuture Direction of WWWT Market in Brunei, Hong Kong, Maldives, and TaiwanKey Factors Impacting the Future of the MarketFuture Trends Until 2017 and BeyondFuture Trends Until 2017 and Beyond (continued)Market Attractiveness and PrioritizationLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices

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