Global Municipal Drinking Water Market - 2020-2027
発行: DataM Intelligence
The global municipal drinking water market size was worth US$ XX billion in 2019 and is estimated to reach US$ XX billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of XX % during the forecast period (2020-2027).
Municipal provides drinking water for public supply which collects from underground sources such as wells sunk into aquifers, from reservoirs, lakes or rivers. The municipal provides drinking water to the people in those particular areas. Municipal water is supplies to households and industries with the help of underground pipes.
Municipal has Public drinking water systems uses various methods such as sedimentation, filtration, disinfection, coagulation and flocculation of water treatment to provide safe drinking water for the communities.
The global municipal drinking water market growth is driven by rising demand for safe and clean water for drinking require in the commercial, residential and industrial sector
Increasing demand for safe and clean water for drinking require in the commercial, residential and industrial sector is expected to drive the market growth
The growing prevalence of several chronic and infectious diseases due to drinking of contaminated water driving the growth of the municipal drinking water. Several government are providing funding to facilitate safe and clean drinking water during the covid-19 pandemic. On 11th June 2019, Indian Centre Government has set a target of providing clean drinking water to all by 2024, government has set a plan to provide clean drinking water to nearly 140 million household in India.
Rise in the global population and urbanization have propelled the demand for the municipal drinking water market
According to the United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division, the global population in 2015 was around 7.2 billion and is expected to grow to around 8.5 billion in 2030, 9.7 billion by 2050. Hence municipal drinking waters are widely used for household drinking and other purpose.
Rise in the demand of the drinking water with facilities of the municipal to the household with surge in the government investment
Several government are providing the investment for providing clean, safe and pure drinking water to the residential areas which created huge opportunity for the growth of this market. For instance on 11th March 2018, In India, the Ghaziabad municipal corporation launched a major drinking water supply project for six of the corporation's wards in that area. The project was initited to supply drinking water to the household under Central government's Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) scheme which valued to around US$ 5 million.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
The global municipal drinking water market has slight impact on this market, as several manufacturing facilities of the chemicals require for safe drinking water were closed during the month of April and May 2020. The market has shown immense growth in June 2020 due to rising awareness for safe, clean and pure drinking water. Several leading players have launched latest technology equipments for facilitating the safe and pure drinking water around the globe.
For instance on 20th March 2020, The World Bank approved around $170 million to improve sanitation services in Dhaka city which benefited around 1.5 million people in that area. Further this investment also have facilitated 50,000 new household sewer connections and helped to construct a new Sewage Treatment Plant at Pagla area, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a capacity of treating about 150 million liters of domestic waste water treatment per day.
Market Segment Analysis
The global municipal drinking water market is segmented based on type, treatment systems, end-user, and region.
By type, the waste water treatment segment accounted for the largest share of the global Municipal Drinking Waters market in 2019
On the basis of type, the global municipal drinking water market is segmented into waste water treatment, portable water treatment and sea water treatment. Among this, municipal waste water treatment segment has the highest market share in 2019, this is primarily due to rising the government initiatives and support for building the infrastructure related to the waste water due to rising the urban population.
For instance as per the United Nations Report, the global urban population reached to around 4.2 billion in 2018 that is around 54% of global population resides in the urban areas which propelled the demand for safe and pure drinking water in the urban socities. Further, the portable water treatment is bifurcated into river water, lake and pond water, aquafers water and others.
Membrane systems, disinfection equipment and filters segment is expected to hold the largest market share over the forecast period (2020-2027)
By treatment system, the global municipal drinking water market is segmented into Chemicals , membrane systems, disinfection equipment and filters and others. Among this, membrane systems, disinfection equipment and filters has the highest market share owing to rising launchinng of advanced technology based filters, membranes and devices for the water purification, For instance on 21st Feb 2020, Veolia launched SIRION as a compact, plug-and-play reverse osmosis system for high purity water production.
Public water supply has higher demand due to massive population and growing urbanization
By end-user, the market is segmented into public water supply, private water supply, institute water supply, hotels and restaurants, industrial water supply and others. Among this public water supply has the highest share for the municipal drinking water market owing to raising the governments' investments for developing the waste water treatment plants for providing safe drinking water to the people livng in the urban areas.
Similarly, private water supply, institute water supply, hotels & restaurants, segments are also growing at faster pace for the global municipal drinking water treatment market. As several private companies started to supply the drinking water treatment facilities to the municipals around the world.
Market Geographical Analysis
High investment made North America largest market for municipal drinking water
By region, the global municipal drinking water market is segmented into North America, South America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle-East, and Africa. Among all of the regions, North America is the dominated region for the global municipal drinking water market and expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecasted period due to presence advanced technology with growing government investment and raising the water consumption per person followed by Europe region. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, average daily water consumption per capita per person in the United States is around 380 litre (100 gallons) per capita per day with overall demand is around 680 litre (180 gallons) per capita per day. This has propelled the demand for the municipal drinking water in the developed countries followed by Europe.
Asia-Pacific is also growing at faster pace due to several reasons like rising population, growing government initiatives to provide clean and safe water for drinking through municipalities. As per the EPA, the developing countries has average around 15 litres (4 gallons) per capita per day with total world's average is approximately 60 litres (16 gallons) per person per day.
Market Competitive Landscape
The global municipal drinking water market is highly competitive with the presence of several international and local markets. Product diversification, revenue generation, and opportunities intensify the market competition. Evoqua Water Techno, Pall Corporation, Veolia Water Technologies, Kurita Water Industries, Aquatech, MWH Global, WesTech Engineering, Degremont Industry, Suez Environnement, and RWL Water Group are the leading market players with significant market share.
Companies are entering into the collaborations, acquisitions, mergers, contracts and licensing with the municipals for increasing their market penetration. For instance on 18th Oct 2018, Veolia Water Technologies acquired Biochemica Water Ltd. The acquisition expanded the the organization business of the UK to supply end-to-end drinking water for the municipal and industrial sectors with its complete technologies and services solutions regarding waste water, drinking water, process water, sewage & cooling water, sludge treatment , and hygiene chemicals.
Overview: Veolia, founded in 1853 with the U.S. office based in Paris, Aubervilliers, Ile-de-France. Veolia is an French transnational company which offers three main solutions that is water management, waste management and energy services and solutions across the world
The Group designs and develops access to resources, preserve available resources through water, waste and energy management solutions which contribute to the sustainable development of communities and industries
In 2019, the company had managed 3,548 drinking water production plants, supplying drinking water to 98 million people, managed 2,835 wastewater treatment plants and has been connected 67 million people to wastewater systems
Key Development: In May 2020, Veolia launched the single skid unit TERION a standard device with single pass reverse osmosis (RO) and continuous electrode ionization (CEDI) facility to produce high-grade deionized water. This can be made available for wide range of applications including laboratory, power, and general industry applications.
Further on 28th May, 2020,
Veolia and Urban Utilities had been working to establish full-scale sidestream ANITA Mox treatment plant in the Asia Pacific's Australia region for the wastewater treatment industry. This organic and environmentally-focused technology can save up to US$ 5 Million per year of the operational cost of the plant.
The two companies have worked together to develop the first full scale ANITA Mox project which uses the Anammox bacteria to break down nitrogen in wastewater, hence require less chemicals and energy than traditional treatment processes.
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