Technological Advancements Driving Global Water Treatment Market: Ken Research


Ken research announced its recent division on, “Global Water Treatment Systems Market Status, 2011-2022 Market Historical and Forecasts, Professional Market Research Report“. This report is a precious source of guidance for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, customers, investors and individuals with an itch to study the future prospectus of water treatment systems. Water treatment is one of the major objectives of a well functioning community, state or nation. Clean water, being a scarce resource needs efficient methodologies to make it reusable. It describes a process that makes water free from contaminants and microbes for various end-specific utilizations. Water treatment systems employs used water, making it available at numerous destinations, which could be-households, irrigation, industries, river flow continuance and in water recreational parks. The prime challenge is to make it return to the Mother Nature in a safe, pure state. Various New Version Water Treatment Systems are being innovated to make water free from short and long-term health hazards. The entire purification process revolves around the removal of impurities such as suspended solids, bacteria, algae, viruses, fungi, and minerals such as iron and manganese. This Market Research Report is a subterranean analysis covering the various global and regional market, major manufacturers, as well as the segment market details on different classifications and applications.

In ancient times water purification systems were uncomplicated and circumcised around heating water to purify it. The major motive for water purification was to have better tasted drinking water and turbidity was the main dynamic force between the earliest water treatments. Following that coagulation, bag filters, sand filtration were general. Shortly, water borne diseases such as cholera and diarrhoea became wide spread paving way for water disinfection to be incorporated in water treatment systems. Water chlorination was the simplest and most effective way to tackle the water health hazards. This was not enough; chlorine started causing various respiratory disorders and therefore was replaced by calcium hypochlorite and ozone.  In 1972, the Clean Water Act was passed in the United States. In 1974, the Safe Drinking Water Act was formulated. The general principle in the developed countries now was that every person had the right to safe drinking water.

Water treatment devices include arsenic and nitrate reducing treatment systems. Other devices include, lifestraw, ceramic water filters, water purifying bicycle (used in Japan where the water passes through a system of micro-filtration membranes before it is stored in a container). Life sack using SODIS (Solar Water Disinfection Process) technology, UV filters, Solar balls (Solar stills have the dual capacity to desalinate and decontaminate water), aucet-mounted filters, under-the-sink filters, countertop units, and tabletop pitchers. The future devices will include utilisation of electro-magnetised inputs called magnetic water treatment devices. These change the molecular constitute of the water constituents to inert elements. These are popular with the names such as controlled magnet, Perm-core and Magnetizer. This will mark the future of the water treatment device.

The general water treatment involves three steps.

  • Purification (disinfection, filtration, distillation, reverse osmosis, adsorption, and electrolysis)
  • Water Softening
  • Deodorization

It is of two types

  • Point of entry-filtration being the guiding principal
  • Point of use-reverse osmosis being guiding principal

Millions of people in the world suffer water scarcity and billions are exposed to contaminated drinking water sources especially in rural areas, all around the world. The rising population, increased industrialisation and upsetting pollution are serious loopholes that contribute to the ever-increasing water contamination problem. The major scope of increasing the use of more sophisticated, efficient and renewable water treatment systems in developed and developing economies by 2022 will provide growth kick in this sector. The sectoral distribution of the same has been edgy. Industries require large amount of clean water and hence provide a large anchor to water treatment systems. With rising population, residential sector has been its prime utiliser. Everything aside, in the coming generations with the fundamental right to clean drinking water the residential sector will be the supremo for better and developed water treatment systems. These population demands will fuel inventors to bring revolution in the treatment mechanism to save time, make devices more portable, even higher purity levels and easy to use techniques. Rural areas depend on ancient rainwater harvesting techniques while urban areas are diversifying in the new modern systems

The regional outlook has been studies under four major regions, which are-

  • North America-
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Europe
  • Rest of the world (ROW)

With disquieting increase in population density, a rising demand for safe water treatment systems will emerge in Asia pacific region by 2022. These countries are the epicentre to rising perpetual water crisis and pollution. One such project being undertaken in the island of Pulau Seringat in Singapore, “waste to water” water treatment sustem includes generating approximately 2500 gallons of water using a three-step process to convert sewage to clean water. Seattle Engineering firm, Janicki, developed an “Omniprocesser” that converts human waste into drinkable clean water. In Saudi Arabia and Israel million gallons of drinking water per day and a quarter of the nation’s water supply is generated from “desalination” respectively. Chile has developed modern “harvesting fog fences” by producing fog from the cloud forests by building fog fences above the rain line which collect water for agricultural and drinking water use. While developed regions of Europe and America use modern techniques such as reverse osmosis, desalinisation etc.

Major players in global water treatment system are a few namely 3M Company (U.S.), Honeywell International Inc. (U.S.), The Dow Chemical Company (U.S.), Pentair plc (U.K.), Calgon Carbon Corporation (U.S.), Danaher Corporation (U.S.), and Best Water Technology AG (Austria). To maintain a balance between inventing new techniques and well updated government regulations have been there key area of success.

This data is more precise and quickly interpreted which helps form viable policies for safer water future. This is helpful to researches, farmers and technological companies. With drones, farmers can find out when and where fertilizer and irrigation is most needed, therefore reducing wastewater, runoff, and contamination from the chemicals. Advanced water filtration techniques which convert cow manure to safe drinking water are lighting the future. The upcoming use of nanotechnology for irrigational purposes getting aid from new and upcoming start-ups provides a state of bliss. The interest in water technology is now growing and nearer to 2022 there will better water treatment systems.

Topics Covered in The Report

  • Global wastewater treatment market
  • Global water soluble fertilizers market
  • Water supply and consumption market
  • Water treatment technology research
  • Global Water treatment methods
  • Water treatment plant investment analysis
  • Water Treatment Systems Market Research Report
  • Global wastewater treatment market research
  • Global wastewater treatment market size
  • Global wastewater treatment market growth
  • Global wastewater treatment market share
  • Global wastewater treatment market trends
  • Global wastewater treatment market future

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Global Water Soluble Fertilizers Market Status, 2011-2022 Market Historical and Forecasts, Professional Market Research Report

Global Water Soluble Polymers Market Status, 2011-2022 Market Historical and Forecasts, Professional Market Research Report

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Ankur Gupta, Head Marketing & Communications



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