SAN ANTONIO, June 6, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The advanced drinking water treatment market has experienced a great level of stagnation in recent years following market maturation and cash strapped municipalities. The total U.S. advanced water treatment (drinking and process) systems market was worth over $550 million in 2012. The market is expected to see steady growth through the forecast period, with the majority of the market experiencing maturation. The end-user groups due for opportunities are semi-conductor, healthcare and food services industries.
Some of the key drivers for this market include smaller footprint, ability of integration, increasing demand for clean water and regulations. Economic recession and lack of available funding in municipalities are some of the key restraints.
The 2 largest markets in 2012 were the RO systems market and MF and UF systems market. The key companies participating in this market include Trojan Technologies Inc., Calgon Carbon Corporation, Xylem Inc., Ozonia North America, Fuji Electric, Pall Corporation, Siemens Water Technologies, Degremont Technologies, Veolia Water, and GE Water & Process Technologies, among others.
This study captures market size estimates for the U.S. advanced water treatment systems market. It provides revenue forecasts, market drivers, restraints, end user trends, market share analysis, and quotes captured by key industry participants. The base year for the study is 2012 and the revenue forecasts are from 2011 up to 2019. The study also provides market forecast by individual segments, which include Ultraviolet (UV) systems, ozone systems, reverse osmosis (RO) systems, microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) systems, ion exchange, electrodialysis (ED), electrodialysis reversal (EDR) and electrodeionization (EDI) systems.
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