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India Wastewater Treatment and Management Industry Research Report

Surging Demand for Membrane Bioreactors to Drive the Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market in India: Ken Research

 
 
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PRLog - Mar. 25, 2014 - PITAM PURA, India -- Rising demand for cost effective and superior technology has led to wide adoption of Membrane bioreactors in India for Municipal and Industrial Segments.

The increasing amount of inadequately treated industrial wastewater and non treatment of municipal wastewater has created huge demand for superior and cost effective equipments and technologies. The feeble treatment efficiencies of wastewater, rising awareness about environmental dilapidation, and greater water requirements represent abundant growth potential for the wastewater treatment equipment. The Indian wastewater treatment equipment observes increasing adoption of Membrane Bioreactors (MBRs) in both Municipal and Industrial Wastewater Treatment. The industries and municipal plants have started using membrane bioreactors as against the conventional treatment method. The better effluent quality and less operational cost are factors which have led to increased adoption of Membrane Bioreactors. Apart from Membrane bioreactors the demand for other equipments such as blowers, belt press, Clarifiers, Diffusers is also increasing. It is anticipated that the demand for Digesters might increase in coming two years as the country will progressively adopt the concept of sludge recycling. There is also increased demand for Evaporators, due to Zero Liquid discharge regulation set by the Indian government.

Membrane bioreactors employ the membrane technology where a barrier permits the passage certain constituents while preserves other constituents. These equipments therefore make use of membrane processes such as microfiltration and ultra filtration with a device called bioreactor. The major driver of the MBRs in India during recent years has been the shortage of clean water.

“The future growth of the MBRs’ market in India would majorly depend upon factors such as cost, life and energy consumption. With the growing commercialization of this technology in the country the costs have declined over the years. Additionally, the membrane life is also considered to exceed around 10 years and they are increasingly becoming more energy efficient.” - According to the Market Research Associate, Ken Research.

The report “India Wastewater Treatment and Management Industry Outlook to 2018 – Rising Demand for Superior & Cost Effective Technologies” provides detailed overview on the Wastewater Treatment and Management Industry of India. This report helps reader to identify the ongoing trends in the industry and anticipated growth in future depending upon changing industry dynamics in coming years. The report will help industry consultants, water and wastewater companies, equipment manufacturers and other stakeholders to align their market centric strategies according to ongoing and expected trends in future.

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