Global Guide to Water and Waste Water Utilities Report

This water and waste utilities market research report provides a comprehensive overview of the global water resources markets including water and wastewater treatment methods and water and waste statistics. It looks at the market information on water, water treatment companies, water utilities companies, pollution, private sector investment, water and wastewater forecasts and much more.

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Key reasons to purchase this water and waste utilities research

  • Make informed business decisions through a clear understanding of the water and wastewater market through our water and waste analysis and information
  • Design business strategies by understanding the trends, water resources, water facts and water and waste market forecasts.
  • Understand the water and waste treatment methods, developments in the water and waste market and opportunities.
  • Prepare market size evaluations and forecasts for the water and waste industry
  • Manipulate the in-depth water and waste database to meet your requirements
  • Understand the increasing demand for water supplies and sanitation

What’s in this report?

Using our water and waste database and analysis we have prepared a market research report which includes:

  • Coverage of water supply, water usage, water pollution and water and wastewater treatment methods
  • Market overview encompassing major water utilities companies and service providers, types of water utilities, private investment, private sector participation (PSP) and global multi utilities who provide wastewater and water management.
  • Water and waste data for 177 countries worldwide
  • In depth reporting of the economic situation and information on water and waste markets including water utilities, water statistics and much more for 177 countries worldwide
  • Analysis of major water utility companies
  • Key water statistics, facts, data and analysis on wastewater, water resources, and water utilities.

Background to this wastewater and water resources, research

The world’s population is averaging a growth rate of around 1.1% annually. This is creating more water usage and as a result a greater demand for improved water utilities and sanitation through water and waste treatment and water management, especially in developing countries and urban areas, as stronger population growth is generally observed in these regions. An increase in the demand for information on water and water facts has also been driven by the fact that many countries have been asked to meet the water target under the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). A target of reducing ‘the proportion of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and sanitation’ for eligible countries by half by 2015.

Private sector- water utility companies
Using water facts and and water statistics compiled from our water resources database, it is clear that to meet the growing demand for safe water usage and sanitation, more private sector involvement will be needed in the water sector. Due to the investment involved and expertise needed, the share of private companies in the water and wastewater market is forecast to increase from 8% of the global population in 2003 to 17% in 2015.

Water utility companies
Contracts for water and wastewater projects can involve different degrees of private and public sector involvement, and from small players to global water utility companies. Several major water utility companies dominate the water market worldwide. These companies include Ondeo/Suez, Veolia Water, Thames Water, American Water, Berlin Wasser and Bouygues/Saur.

Country
Using our water and waste forecast we found that state water utilities will still dominate the water and wastewater market for the foreseeable future. However, there is private sector participation in the water and waste sector. Countries requiring a large investment in the water sector and limited capital are expecting to have more private sector involvement.
Access to safe drinking water and wastewater treatment methods varies from country-to-country. It also means the investment required to meet water usage and wastewater goals varies.

Price: £950.00
Prod. Code:
NRGWW1
Edition 1: 2012

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