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United States Water Treatment Chemicals Industry 2016 Market Research, Analysis and Forecast to 2021

Brooklyn, NY , July 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The specialized study has been compiled using primary and secondary research methodologies that agree to the readers to gain a comprehensive perspective of the market in totality. Furthermore, the researchers have also studied the historical statistics pertaining to the water treatment chemicals industry in the United States and compared it with the present market scenario to provide a trajectory of the same.

In recent years, the growing concern over the scarcity of water has become an unavoidable issue in numerous parts of the world. Reducing water supplies are hampering the growth of the industries and disrupting manufacturing processes for set ups that heavily rely on the supply of water. In a bid to tackle these issues, several industrial players are looking at treating water chemically to gain better water security and mitigating the risk of water shortage. Furthermore, the growing environmental concerns pertaining to the release of hazardous water into natural water bodies is also encouraging companies to treat water chemically and explore the various water treatment solutions available in the market.

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The water treatment chemicals industry in the United States caters to the needs of municipal water treatment projects along with sectors such as power generation, chemical processing, food and beverages, pulp and paper, metal and mining, oil and gas, and others. The types of chemicals used for treating water are scale inhibitors, corrosion inhibitors, biocides and disinfectants, coagulants and flocculants, anti-foaming agents, chelating agents, pH adjusters and stabilizers, and others.

The research report takes a chapter-wise approach in explaining the trends and dynamics governing the overall market. The report opens with an industry overview that includes definition, specifications, applications, industry supply chain structure, and analysis of industry policies and news. Through a country-wise segmentation, the research report provides an analysis of the key states and evaluates the specific factors driving and restraining the market. The 360-degree research report includes 149 tables and figures to offer its readers important statistics in order to gain a holistic picture of the overall market.

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Some of the important players in the United States water treatment chemicals industry are Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, Company Profile, Aries Chemical, ChemTreat, Nalcon, GE Water & Process Technologies, and Kroff. The research report profiles these players to provide a comprehensive report of the overall competitive landscape in the industry. The researchers have also explained the financial overview, research and development activities, business and marketing strategies, investment outlook, and expansion plans expected to be adopted by these companies in the near future.

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