Demand for desalination and reuse is set to grow by up to 10% in 2017, as municipalities and industries are diversifying their water supply options due to issues such as water scarcity to meet their unique water challenges. This is driving a resurgence in activity from San Diego to Singapore, and the sector is turning to alternative water treatment solutions and conservation strategies such as reuse.Desalination & Water Reuse is the only repo
Big data is changing the face of the water industry, and the management of data-driven monitoring and control systems will increasingly infiltrate every part of the water business. Driven by continued water quality regulations and the need to improve process efficiencies and optimise system performance, there has been an increased uptake of monitoring and control systems that are able to detect changes in real-time. In the future data-feeds a
IDA Desalination Yearbook is published annually by GWI and provides a comprehensive round-up of the preceding 12 months in the world of desalination. The Yearbook is read by everyone interested in the desalination market, providing a desal company directory and a timeline of all the important developments that have been taking place in the advanced water treatment industry.
The new edition of Global Water Market 2017 is the most expansive yet. The scope of the report has been extended beyond the geographical focus of previous editions and now includes 100 country profiles, the main players in each market space and data, analysis and forecasts for key markets including, technologies, equipment, services, networks, public private partnerships and engineering and procurement.This report is the ultimate business dev
Stricter regulations on discharge and wastewater treatment are making it increasingly challenging for end-users to internally manage their water supplies. Industrial water users are looking for full water management services to offer cost-saving solutions that maximise water and energy efficiency, allowing them to focus on their core production business.Industrial Water Services & Chemicals will investigate the unique water challenges in each
The new NDA government in India is set to put a stop to water pollution. From the clean-up of River Ganga and new regulations for wastewater discharge to tougher action on industrial polluters, there will be significant investment in the Indian municipal and industrial water markets.Advanced technologies, plant upgrades and new wastewater treatment plants will be required to meet new demands, creating opportunities for local and international
With the introduction of the Water Pollution Action Plan, a new leader and more stringent discharge standards, the Chinese Water Market is changing. Local players and industrial clients are looking to partner with international companies to meet their changing industrial wastewater treatment needs – this report will outline the growing opportunities for international players, strategies for breaking into the Chinese industrial water sector and ...
Discover how your business can benefit from the rapid growth of the industrial water sector and where you can pitch your technology in the market. Industrial water is the fastest growing sector of the global water market but with each industry facing substantial challenges in their business, including tighter water quality standards, new wastewater discharge regulations and issues surrounding scarce water resources, there are now major ...
The global water industry is on the verge of significant structural change. Driven by the need to improve performance and changes in the financing environment, the clear lines between the public and private sector will become increasingly blurred over the next decade. It will create a flood of opportunity for both investors and water service companies.Private Sector Participation in Water documents these emerging opportunities both for those
The paradigm for financing water infrastructure is changing. As the need for investment is becoming more urgent, governments are finding themselves increasingly constrained by their over stretched balance sheets. At the same time demographic change is driving demand for investments which can deliver a steady yield with a low degree of risk – the kind of profile that only water can offer. All of these trends point i
Regulations and water quality standards define the market for water technology. This is putting greater focus on safeguarding public and environmental health through compliance to more stringent regulation and quality standards, and is shaping the technology needs and opportunities in different water markets for the years to come.The GWI Global Regulations Package contains:The WaterData Regulations Database, an online resource providing an ext