PUBLISHER: DataM Intelligence | PRODUCT CODE: 1065231
PUBLISHER: DataM Intelligence | PRODUCT CODE: 1065231
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The North America mobile water treatment market size was worth US$ XX million in 2021 and is estimated to record significant growth by reaching up to US$ XX million by 2029, growing at a CAGR of XX% within the forecast period (2022-2029).
Mobile water treatment allows water purification from any source like rivers, ponds, sea, etc., using a mounting system. Then the purified water is transported to remote areas. Mobile water treatment is a fast and cost-effective process of water purification; therefore, it is used in various industries like oil & gas, mining, etc.
Both surface water and groundwater can be treated using mobile water treatment systems. When these units are used for groundwater treatment, they save a lot of money because they can complete the treatment on the spot, eliminating transportation. Furthermore, even minute particles can be removed from the water during treatment in a mobile unit.
The growing demand for high-purity water in the industrial and potable end-users is boosting the market growth opportunities of mobile water treatment in the region. The increasing development of new water treatment technologies is driving the market growth of mobile water treatment.
The growing demand for high-purity water in the industrial and potable end-users is boosting the market growth opportunities of mobile water treatment in the region
Growing demand for potable water supply due to less availability of natural water sources in the North American countries is boosting the demand for mobile water treatment in the region.
In 2015, the total amount of water used in the U. S. was around 322 billion gallons per day (Bgal/d), with freshwater accounting for 87% of that total. Thermoelectric power (133 Bgal/d) and irrigation (118 Bgal/d) were the highest withdrawals. Water is used to cool thermoelectric power plants.
Although power generation accounts for 41% of daily water demands, just 3% of these withdrawals are consumptive. Irrigation encompasses both water used for agricultural crops and water utilized for landscaping, golf courses and parks, among other things.
In 2015, over 87% of the population in the U.S relied on public water supplies, with the remainder relying on domestic wells. Surface water withdrawals account for 74% of all water withdrawals. In 2021, there will be around 147,000 publicly owned water systems providing piped water for human consumption, with approximately 50,000 (34%) being community water systems (CWSs). 9% of all CWSs give water to 79% of the population. The mentioned statistics have created a huge demand for high purity water in industrial and potable end-users, leading to demand for water treatment technology to overcome the rising demand.
Mobile water treatment is one of the advanced solutions for the problem of water shortage in the region. Therefore, the demand for membrane filtration following water treatment technology is rising in U.S. Furthermore; customers are purchasing a variety of technology solutions, including resin and membrane solutions for potable and process water treatment, as well as physiochemical and membrane solutions for wastewater treatment
The increasing number of mergers and acquisitions to boost the adoption of water treatment technologies is fueling the growth of the mobile water treatment market in the region. For example, GE, an American multinational business, purchased Ecolochem in March 2019 and Siemens acquired UF filter in September 2018. Similarly, DuPont and DIC Corporation, DIC Group Company and Sun Chemical Corporation agreed to form a strategic agreement in September 2020 to boost North American sales of degassing modules for water treatment.
The high initial cost of investment is hampering the market growth of mobile water treatment in North America
Wastewater treatment is a sophisticated, customized solution; several aspects are considered when selecting the best treatment options. It is critical to correctly treat the waste, as releasing wastewater into the environment or a publicly owned treatment works (POTW) without following local requirements can result in fines of thousands of dollars.
The mobile water treatment can cost between US$4,000.00 and US$ 1,00,000. The cost depends on the complexity of the setup and the type of treatment used by the industry. Thus high cost of mobile water treatment acts as a major factor hurdling the market growth.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
The North American mobile water treatment market has shown a slight decline due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as there were full or partial lockdowns in many regional countries. Since companies were stopped and construction operations were halted during the lockdown, demand for water treatment decreased. The need for machinery and equipment such as membrane equipment, disinfection equipment and so on has decreased in the region's major countries.
Supply chains were disrupted and the lockdown restrictions hurdled the mobile water treatment market growth. Furthermore, the absence of a proper sewage treatment facility is hampering the market's growth. Due to COVID-19, many isolation wards, screening zones, testing centers and vaccination centers were set up in different parts of North America, leading to wastewater generation. Much of the water was wasted as water treatment was not properly managed during COVID-19.
During COVID-19, mobile water purification was expected to be used only for drinking and cooking. The market is predicted to demonstrate a good trend in the coming years, as COVID-19 has taught the consumer about staying fit and healthy and the necessity of safe and clean water.
The North America mobile water treatment market can be segmented on type, service, end-user and country.
The fastest-growing segment is municipal, owing to the government's focus on establishing municipal wastewater treatment plants
The North America mobile water treatment market is segmented based on service into municipal, construction, agriculture and others. The municipal segment holds the highest market share for mobile water treatment in North American countries.
The fastest-growing segment is municipal, owing to the government's focus on establishing municipal wastewater treatment plants (primarily in urban areas), which is expected to increase water treatment chemicals over the projected period.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) prioritizes improving water and sewage services, particularly municipal wastewater treatment. It plans to invest an estimated USD 600 billion in capital improvements over the next two decades.
Furthermore, in U.S. more than 16,000 wastewater treatment plants are operating at 81% of their design capacity on average, with 15% exceeding it. Growing urban surroundings indicate that these facilities will handle a higher share of the nation's wastewater demand in the future.
The growing salinity of freshwater bodies coupled with increasing demand for seawater desalination projects is boosting the demand for mobile water treatment in North America
North America accounts for a majority share of the North America mobile water treatment systems market during the forecast period due to the growing salinity of freshwater bodies coupled with increasing demand for seawater desalination projects.
The demand for uncontaminated water is increasing in various industrial and processing industries such as electricity and energy, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, driving up the demand for mobile water treatment equipment.
Mobile desalination units are used in water-stressed areas or emergency scenarios such as hurricanes, typical in the North American region. Water shortages, combined with greater public awareness of the dangers of drinking contaminated water, are expected to boost the demand for mobile water treatment, particularly during the coronavirus pandemic.
Furthermore, the demand for low-pressure membrane filtration like Ultrafiltration and Microfiltration is becoming more than traditional membrane filtration in several parts of U.S.
Many key players are collaborating for the development of mobile water treatment products in the region, such as Ovivo Inc acquired the business of FilterBoxx Water & Environmental Corp. and its subsidiaries in September 2018
The North America mobile water treatment market is highly competitive with local companies. Some prime companies contributing to the market's growth are WesTech Engineering, Inc, HydroChemPSC, Monroe Environmental Corp, Evoqua Water Technologies, Orenco Systems, Inc, Ovivo Inc, Pall Corporation, GE Water, Aquatech International and others.
The major companies adopt several growth strategies such as acquisitions, product launches and collaborations, contributing to the North America Mobile Water Treatment market.
Overview: Pall Corporation is an American company that supplies filtration, separation and purification products. The company works under two segments - Life Sciences and Industrial. The headquarters of the company is located in Port Washington, New York. The company was founded in 1946 by David B. Pall and was known as Micro Metallic Corporation and renamed Pall Corp in 1957.
The North America mobile water treatment market report would provide approximately 45 market data tables, 37 figures and 100 pages.
Target Audience 2022
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