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The Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

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The Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

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Growing urban areas and large populations are creating a greater need for sufficient wastewater treatment and recovery. This is exacerbated by the increasing pressures on potable water resources from use in agriculture and industry. Ever stricter regulations for water purity in more developed economies are also driving more investment into a sector that has seen chronic underinvestment in prior years. As a consequence, Visiongain has determined that the value of the global wastewater treatment and recovery market in 2013 will reach $50.03bn.

What makes this report unique?

Visiongain consulted widely with industry experts and full transcripts from these exclusive interviews are included in the report. As such, our reports have a unique blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed opinion. The report provides insight into key drivers and restraints behind wastewater developments, as well as identifying leading companies. The report also provides a unique blend of qualitative analysis combined with extensive quantitative data including global, national markets forecasts from 2013-2023 - all highlighting key business opportunities.

Why you should buy The Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

• 103 pages of comprehensive analysis• 4 Exclusive Visiongain interviews with experts from-- Yorkshire Water, one of the top UK based water companies- American Water, a major North American water company- Headworks Inc., a biological and mechanical product supplier- Syrinix, a water pipeline technology company• 40 tables, charts, and graphs• Global wastewater treatment & recovery systems market forecasts between 2013-2023• 10 leading national wastewater treatment & recovery systems market forecasts between 2013-2023- Brazil- Canada- China- France- Germany- Italy- Japan- Spain- UK- US• A SWOT analysis• 11 leading companies identified and profiled -Severn Trent ServicesGeneral ElectricSiemensSuez EnvironmentDegremontVeolia WaterVeolia Water Solutions & TechnologiesSAUR InternationalSAUR FranceSAUR UKSAUR Group Engineering Division

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Table of Contents Executive Summary

1.1 Introduction to the Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

1.2 Drivers and Restraints of the Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

1.2.1 Drivers

1.2.2 Restraints

1.3 Outlook for the Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market

1.4 Benefits of this Report

1.5 Methodology

2. Introduction to the Wastewater Sector2.1 Wastewater Challenges2.2 Current Wastewater Cleaning Process2.2.1 Pre-Treatment / Preliminary Treatment Processes2.2.2 Primary Treatment2.2.3 Secondary Treatment (Biological Filtration)2.3 New Technologies in the Wastewater Industry2.3.1 Moving Bed Bio-Film Reactor (MBBR)2.3.2 Next Generation Aeration Systems2.3.3 UV Disinfection2.3.4 BioMag & CoMag Systems2.3.5 Sewer System Integrity 2.3.6 Wind, Solar & Bioenergy

3. The Regional Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

3.1 Global View

3.2 The North American Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.2.1 The US Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.2.2 The Canadian Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.3 The European Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.3.1 The UK Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.3.2 The French Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.3.3 The German Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.3.4 The Spanish Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.3.5 The Italian Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.4 Key Global Markets

3.4.1 The Brazilian Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.4.2 The Chinese Wastewater Market 2013-2023

3.4.3 The Japanese Wastewater Market 2013-2023

4. Leading Companies in the Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market4.1 Severn Trent Services4.2 General Electric (Energy Division) - Water & Process Technologies4.3 Siemens4.4 Suez Environment4.4.1 Degrémont4.5 Veolia Water - Part of the Veolia Environment Group4.5.1 Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies4.6 SAUR International 4.6.1 SAUR France4.6.2 SAUR UK4.6.3 SAUR Group Engineering Division

5. SWOT Analysis of the Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

5.1 Strengths

5.2 Weaknesses

5.3 Opportunities

5.4 Threats

6. Expert Opinion6.1 Yorkshire Water6.1.1 Is the Strategy for Wastewater Plants to Become Self-Sufficient in Energy?6.1.2 How Much Does Yorkshire Water Spend on Electricity at the Esholt Plant?6.1.3 Has Yorkshire Water Considered Wind Turbines at any WWTW? 6.1.4 Yorkshire Water's Investment Programme 6.1.5 The Prospects for MBBR's in the UK 6.2 American Water 6.2.1 The Number of WWTW run by American Water 6.2.2 Do These WWTW Treat Wastewater to a Secondary Level? 6.2.3 American Water's Electricity Usage 6.2.4 How Much Self-Produced Energy is used at American Water WWTW?6.2.5 Which Equipment is Used to Reduce Energy Bills at American Water WWTW?6.2.6 How Does American Water Plan to Cope with Increasing Wastewater due to Population Increase?6.2.7 American Water's Significant Wastewater Projects? 6.2.8 Are there any Plans for Global Partnerships? 6.3 Headworks Inc. 6.3.1 Headworks Inc's Regional Installations 6.3.2 Which Countries are Emerging onto the Market? 6.3.3 Are these Growth Areas Driven by Municipal or Private Clients? 6.3.4 Is Growth Driven by Regulations or Population Growth? 6.3.5 Is There Anything that Will Restrain the Wastewater Market? 6.3.6 What are the Latest Developments for Headworks Inc ? 6.3.7 Will Energy Recovery Become the Norm for WWTW? 6.4 Syrinix 6.4.1 How do TrunkMinder & TransientMinder Differ from Traditional Systems?6.4.2 How Easily can TransientMinder by Aligned to Work in the Wastewater Sector?6.4.3 How Much Water is Lost Through Leaks in the UK and What are the Potential Savings?6.4.4 Which Companies have Bought the Systems & Been Trialled? 6.4.5 Does a Country Need a Modern Water Systems to Make Full Use of Your Products? 6.4.6 Does Chronic Underfunding Make Selling Technological Systems Difficult?6.4.7 Which Regions is Growth Expected in and Where is Syrinix Targeting Sales?

7. Glossary

List of Tables Table 1.1 Drivers & Restraints of the Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

Table 1.2 Global Population in billions & percentage of Global Population Living in Urban Areas 1950-2030 (Billions, %)

Table 1.3 Estimated Primary & Secondary Wastewater Treatment Levels in 10 Key Markets 2013 (%)

Table 2.1 Expected Design Life for Key Wastewater Components (Years)

Table 3.1 Estimated Wastewater Market Spend in 10 Key Countries 2013 ($bn P/A, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.2 Forecast of Wastewater Capital Expenditure Required & Forecasted for 10 Key Markets in 2018 ($bn P/A)

Table 3.3 Forecast of Wastewater Capital Expenditure Required & Forecasted for 10 Key Markets in 2023 ($bn P/A)

Table 3.4 Key Statistics of the US Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.5 US State & Localised Spend on Sewerage Services / Local Government Outlay on Sewerage Infrastructure 1991-2012 ($m P/A)

Table 3.6 Key Statistics of the Canadian Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.7 Historic Actual Capital Expenditure & Capital Expenditure Required in the Canadian Wastewater Market 1989-2007 (C$bn P/A)

Table 3.8 Key Statistics in the UK Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.9 Wastewater Companies in the UK (No. Plants, Volume Treated, Turnover, Expenditure)

Table 3.10 Key Statistics in the French Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.11 Key Statistics in the German Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.12 Key Statistics in the Spanish Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.13 Key Statistics in the Italian Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.14 Key Statistics in the Brazilian Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.15 Key Statistics in the Chinese Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.16 Key Statistics in the Japanese Wastewater Market 2013 (Population, Total WWTW, Daily Wastewater Treatment, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Table 3.17 The Availability of the Sewer System in the Tokyo Area 1965-2009 (Population, % With Sewers)

Table 4.1 Global Population Served via SAUR and Subsidiaries in 2012 (Country, Drinking Water, Wastewater Service)

Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Global Wastewater Treatment & Recovery Systems Market 2013-2023

List of Figures Figure 2.1 Wastewater Collection & Treatment System

Figure 2.2 Headworks BIO AC50 & AC920

Figure 3.1 Estimated Wastewater Market Spend in 10 Key Markets 2013 ($bn P/A, Capex Required, Capex Forecast)

Figure 3.2 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the US Wastewater Market in 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.3 US State & Localised Spend on Sewerage Services / Local Government Outlay on Sewerage Infrastructure 1991-2012 ($m P/A)

Figure 3.4 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the Canadian Wastewater Sector in 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.5 Historic Actual Capital Expenditure & Capital Expenditure Required in the Canadian Wastewater Market 1989-2007 (C$bn)

Figure 3.6 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the UK Wastewater Market 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.7 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the French Wastewater Market 2013 and 2018, 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.8 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the German Wastewater Market 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.9 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the Spanish Wastewater Market 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.10 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the Italian Wastewater Market 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.11 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the Brazilian Wastewater Market 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.12 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the Chinese Wastewater Market 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 3.13 Capital Expenditure Forecast & Required in the Japanese Wastewater Market 2013, 2018 and 2023 ($bn P/A)

Figure 4.1 SUEZ Revenues by Geographical Area 2011 (%)

Figure 4.2 Veolia Revenues by Geographical Area 2011 (%)

Companies Listed Agbar

Ambito Territoriale Ottimale (ATO) de Latina

American Water

Anglian Water

Aqua America

Aqualia

Berliner Wasserbetriebe (BWB)

Biwater

Black & Veatch

BSG Civil Engineering

Changshu Sino French Water Supply Co. Ltd.

China Water Industry Group (CWIG)

Chongqing Sino French Water Supply

Companhia de Sameamento Basico do Estado se Sao Paulo (SABESP)

Companhia de Sameamento de Minas Gerais (COPASA)

Degrémont

Dwr Cymru (Welsh Water)

Egyptian Partner Arab Contractors

EPCOR Utilities Inc.

Galliford Try

Gelsenwasser

General Electric (GE)

Glen Water Ltd.

hanseWasser Bremen GmbH

Headworks Bio

Headworks Inc.

Hydrok UK

HYFLUX

Imtech

Jiangxi Yichun Fangke Sewage Company

Jining City Haiyuan Treatment Company Ltd

Laing O'Rourke

Lyonnaise Des Euax

Macao Water Supply

Mainova AG

McAdam Design

Metro Vancouver

Mott MacDonald

Neuros APG

North American Development Bank

Northern Ireland Water

Northumbrian Water

Qingdao Hairun Water Supply Company Ltd

Qingdao Sino French Hairun Water Supply Co., Ltd.

Remondis

Rift Acquisitions Limited

SAUR France

SAUR Group

SAUR Group Engineering Division

SAUR International

SAUR UK

Scottish Water

Severn Trent Services

Severn Trent Water

Severn Trent Water International

Siemens

Sino French Water

Skanska

Sogreah

South West Water

Southern Water

Stadtentwasserung Dresden GmbH

SUEZ Environment

Suez Group

Syrinix

Thames Water

United Utilities

United Water

Veolia Acqua

Veolia Eua

Veolia Wasser

Veolia Water

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies

Veolia Water UK PLC

Welsh Water

Wessex Water

Williams Industrial Services

Yorkshire Water

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report African Development Bank

Agencia Nacional de Aguas (ANA)

Bureau of Sewerage Tokyo Metropolitan Government (BSTMG)

CD Howe Institute

Congressional Budget Office (CBO)

Environment Agency

Environment Canada

European Investment Bank (EIB)

European Union (EU)

Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM)

Frauenhofer Institute

NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)

OFWAT

Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA)

Syndicat Interdepartmental Pour I 'Agglomeration Parisienne

Technical University of Dresden

United Nations (UN)

US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

World Health Organization (WHO)

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