Global Information Inc. would like to present a new market research report, "Global Market for Water Recycling & Reuse: Filtration Systems" by Specialist in Business Information.
Freshwater supplies increasingly become more precious as demand for water rises throughout the globe due to world population increases, growing demands of agricultural needs, and rising affluence of developing nations. According to SBI Energy research analysts, "unfortunately, there is not an increase in water supply to match this growing demand; in fact, as weather patterns change and water sources continue to be overused, fresh water supplies are decreasing".
Whats the Solution?
The solution to combat drought and prevent future water shortage "lies within the $29 billion water recycling and reuse (WRR) technologies market," says the latest study from SBI Energy. This market will be driven by growing public awareness over water conservation products, declining implementation costs, and most importantly, depletion of water resources.
There are four core types of water treatment solutions currently available on the market, which include: membrane systems, carbon filtration systems, zero liquid discharge (ZLD) systems, and multimedia filtration systems.
The water recycling and reuse technologies market is projected to post a 16% growth rate reaching $57 billion in 2015. The study indicates that over the three-year period from 2006 to 2009, the value of the membrane filtration systems sector grew by $4 billion. Moreover, this particular sector is "expected to continue exceptional growth and is projected to grow to $38 billion by 2015." In other words, the membrane filtration systems sector of the WRR market will more than double in value between 2006 and 2015.