India Water and Wastewater Treatment Market Growth Opportunities Report 2022: Pumps Market to Witness High Growth from Investments in Water and Wastewater Projects –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Growth Opportunities for Water and Wastewater Treatment in India” Report has been added Offer.

The report predicts that India’s water needs will double the available supply by 2030, pointing to serious water shortages for millions of people. A 2020 World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) report predicts that 30 Indian cities will face “serious water risk” by 2050 due to population growth.

The Indian water and wastewater treatment market is growing and gaining widespread attention. The World Bank commented that India could easily achieve 7.5% gross domestic product (GDP) growth each year, but not 8.0% unless it implements effective water management strategies.

Government agencies implement regulatory and funding mechanisms to open the water and wastewater treatment market to private investment. It is an opportune time for market participants to achieve significant growth as the industry shifts towards more project value based outcomes (total cost of ownership) and efficient use of government spending.

Robust government initiatives such as Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation, National Mission for Clean Ganga, Jal Jeevan Mission and Community Drinking Water Schemes are contributing to the growth of India’s water and wastewater treatment market.

India’s total usable water resource is estimated at 1,123 billion cubic meters (BCM). In 2017, it was reported that about 946 BCM were consumed across all sectors, including agriculture (91.0%), industry (2.0%), and household (7.0%). According to a 2019 NITI Aayog Water Management Index report, India is facing the worst water crisis in its history.

In a conservative scenario, India’s water needs would increase to 1,100 BCM by 2025, assuming 1.2% population growth and 7.0% annual GDP growth. Compared to the estimated availability of 1,123 BCM of water, these water demand projections indicate an overall positive marginal net balance of only 23 BCM of water by 2025.

However, given the uneven distribution of water, the country is likely to face water shortages. It is estimated that the water balance will be negative by 2027 and will reach negative 277 BCM by 2050.

India must now take adequate measures to stem potential water shortages. This urgency is expected to bring significant growth to the country’s water and wastewater treatment market.

Main topics covered:

1. Strategic imperatives

  • Why is it getting harder and harder to grow?

  • The strategic imperative

  • The Impact of the Three Key Strategic Imperatives on the Indian Water and Wastewater Treatment Industry

  • Growth opportunities fuel the growth pipeline engine

2. Growth Opportunity Analysis

  • Scope of Analysis

  • segmentation

  • Important Competitors

  • Important growth metrics

  • value chain

  • growth accelerator

  • Analysis of growth drivers

  • growth restrictions

  • growth inhibition analysis

  • sales forecast

  • Sales forecast analysis

  • Yield forecast by end user

  • Yield forecast analysis by end user

  • Revenue forecast by technology and service

  • Revenue forecast analysis by technology and service

  • competitive environment

  • Revenue Share

  • Revenue Share Analysis

  • Notable acquisitions and ties

  • Important competitive factors

3. Growth Opportunity Analysis – Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment

  • Important growth metrics

  • sales forecast

  • Sales forecast analysis

  • Revenue forecast by technology and service

  • Revenue forecast analysis by technology and service

4. Growth Opportunity Analysis – Industrial Water and Wastewater Treatment

  • Important growth metrics

  • Revenue sharing by industry

  • usage practices in the industrial segment

  • sales forecast

  • Sales forecast analysis

  • Revenue forecast by technology and service

  • Revenue forecast analysis by technology and service

5. Universe of Growth Opportunities

  • Growth Opportunity 1: Membrane modules for desalination, water treatment, and recycling and reuse

  • Growth Opportunity 2: High growth in the pump market through investments in water and wastewater projects

  • Growth Opportunity 3: Increasing demand for desalination in municipal and industrial segments in coastal cities

  • Growth Opportunity 4: Increasing demand for recycling and reuse systems due to poor water quality and availability

  • Growth Opportunity 5: ZLD contributes to the market penetration of water reuse systems

  • Growth Opportunity 6: Packaged wastewater treatment for suburban, rural and remote communities

  • Growth Opportunity 7: Water vending machines for rural, remote and public infrastructure segments

  • Growth Opportunity 8: Smart water meters to drive adoption of digital solutions

6. Next steps

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