The Chinese Market for Wastewater Treatment

March 14, 2018 | By - | Filed in: Press Releases.

LONDON, March 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Report Scope:
The report forecasts the size of the Chinese wastewater treatment market in current U.S. dollars in value terms for each application, technology, and region from 2016 through 2022. The markets of pumps, valves, plastic pipes, and chemicals used in wastewater treatment in China are also analyzed and discussed.

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Report Includes:
– 94 data tables
– An overview of the market for wastewater treatment in China
– Analyses of Chinese market trends, with data from 2016 and 2017, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2022
– Analysis of the Chinese wastewater treatment market by technology type, applications, and by region
– Insight into the industry structure covering major companies and their market shares, trends in price, and other factors influencing demand
– Company profiles of major players in the industry, including Beijing Capital Co. Ltd., Caprari S.p.A., The Dow Chemical Co., Graco Inc., ITT Corp., Originwater, Sulzer and Watts Water Technologies

Wastewater treatment efforts created a market of more than REDACTED in China in 2016. There will be more than REDACTED of wastewater treated in China in 2017, and more than REDACTED are reused. The market grew at double-digit annual growth in most of the years in the past decade. Although the growth will slow down in the following five years, it will be still faster than most of the other countries in the world.

The chapter breaks the whole Chinese wastewater treatment market down into three major types of end users: industrial, residential/commercial and agricultural users. The market details of each end user will be further analyzed and discussed, including the market estimates and forecasts of the wastewater treatment markets for industries such as chemical, papermaking, coal mining and washing and food processing, residential/commercial locations such as cities, counties, towns and villages, and agricultural
production such as livestock and poultry farming.

This chapter begins with the background of wastewater emissions of each major end user.

According to the MEP, in 2015 industrial wastewater emission in China was REDACTED, down REDACTED from 2014. Industrial wastewater which includes emissions from waste treatment facilities including municipal solid waste treatment plants and medical waste treatment plants, was REDACTED in 2015.

Most of the above industrial wastewater was treated to some extent in factories or manufacturing sites before emissions. In 2015, Chinese manufacturers treated REDACTED of wastewater before emissions. After reusing or recycling, REDACTED were emitted to rivers, lakes, seas, or the pipe networks that connect to municipal wastewater treatment plants, which mainly deal with residential/commercial wastewater but sometimes also treat industrial wastewater. In 2015, the wastewater treatment plants dealt with more than REDACTED of industrial wastewater. Residential wastewater still accounts for the majority – in 2015, REDACTED of the wastewater the plants treated was residential water, up from REDACTED in 2014.

Residential/commercial wastewater emission in cities and counties was REDACTED, up REDACTED from 2014. It is estimated that in 2016 the emission reached REDACTED, and cities, counties, towns, and villages emitted, respectively, REDACTED, REDACTED, REDACTED, and REDACTED.

Although the villages and towns emitted a significant volume of residential/commercial wastewater, they have much smaller market shares than cities and counties. In 2016, the residential/commercial wastewater treatment rates in cities, counties, towns and villages were, respectively REDACTED, REDACTED, REDACTED and REDACTED, which means most of the wastewater in towns and villages is still emitted without any treatment.

Agricultural wastewater is not measured at the wastewater volume but based on chemical oxygen demand (COD) and ammonia nitrogen levels. In 2015, the COD emissions from agricultural sources were REDACTED. The ammonia nitrogen emissions from agricultural sources were REDACTED.

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