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The water treatment chemicals market size is expected to reach USD 38,119.46 million by 2026, with a CAGR of over 3.95% during the forecast period

Previously, efforts to control water pollution prevented human waste from reaching water bodies as population control was in the hands of local authorities and not national concerns. But now water pollution issues are public concerns about national water quality and maintaining a healthy ecosystem. The basic function of wastewater treatment chemicals is to detoxify the wastes present in the water. There are mainly three methods of wastewater treatment, namely primary, chemical and biological processes.

The study examines the current Water Treatment Chemicals market scenario and its market dynamics for the period 2021-2026. It covers a detailed overview of several catalysts, restraints and trends for market growth. The study presents both demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and reviews the major companies and other leading companies operating in the market.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • In 2020, the global water treatment chemicals market is valued at USD 30,218.00 million. The COVID-19 outbreak has negatively impacted the water treatment chemicals segment.

  • Alternative water treatment technologies are a major obstacle in the water treatment chemicals market.

  • The industrial segment represents the highest water treatment chemicals market share in terms of revenue. This is mainly due to the large number of industries that require clean water for production or cleaning.

  • APAC was the largest market for coagulants and flocculation in 2020, posting sales of $ 4,652.37 million. Additionally, it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.65% during the forecast period.

  • Companies should focus on balanced geographic expansion, where they can focus on emerging markets, where 50% of revenue comes from emerging industry.

SEGMENTATION ANALYSIS

  • In the chemical process, different chemicals such as coagulants and flocculants, pH regulators, defoamers, biocides and disinfectants and boiler water chemicals are mainly used for wastewater treatment.

  • In 2020, the chemistry for water treatment was dominated by the coagulants and flocculants segment, which accounted for 36.47%. The advantage of coagulation is that it reduces the time required to settle suspended solids and is effective in removing very fine particles.

  • Chlorine is the most widely used disinfectant, while ozone and UV rays are popular for treating wastewater effluent.

  • Oil based defoamers are the most preferred type of defoamer by the supplier. Oil based defoamers are based on mineral oil, vegetable oil, native oil or white oil to easily dissolve in water.

GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

  • In APAC, the main reason behind the dominant market is the increase in population, rapid industrialization, the penetration of strong agricultural activities, the limited availability of drinking water, and government regulations to control pollution of the land. ‘water.

  • North America and Europe are the mature market for water treatment chemicals.

  • The factors driving the growth of the water treatment industry in Europe are the large consumption of water in industries such as sugar, petrochemicals, textiles, pulp and paper, and food processing. food. In addition, growing concern about the adverse effects of polluted water on the environment, coupled with a growing number of residential and commercial construction projects, is likely to fuel demand.

  • The Middle East has the lowest market share, but demand for water treatment chemicals for oil fields will flourish in the years to come.

SUPPLIER ANALYSIS

  • The main suppliers in the water treatment chemicals and water treatment equipment market are ITT Inc., Solenis, Evonik Industries, Ecolab and Evoqua Water Technologies LLC.

  • Competition in the industry will intensify further due to technological advancements and expansion of product lines. To survive in such a competitive environment, manufacturers must regularly introduce new or improved products and adapt to constantly changing market trends.

  • Over the past decade, numerous mergers and acquisitions have benefited companies by allowing better access to raw materials, production and distribution facilities and R&D capabilities.

  • Companies should invest significantly in R&D activities, which guarantee their success in the food additives industry in the long term. Now, several players are investing heavily in R&D activities.

  • By the end of 2021, Platinum Equity is expected to buy out Solenis, a water treatment company, for $ 5.3 billion.

Key suppliers

  • ITT Inc.

  • Solenis

  • Evonik Industries

  • Ecolab

  • Evoqua Water Technologies LLC

Other important suppliers

  • Arkema

  • Eastman Chemical Company

  • Angus Chemical Company

  • Lonza

  • Michelman inc.

  • Cabot Company

  • Albemare Society

  • The Lubrizol company

  • Solvay Chemicals

  • Kemira

  • Lanxess

  • Croda International SA

  • Huntsman International

  • Univar Solutions Inc

  • Green water treatment solutions

  • Veolia

  • Cortec Corporation

  • Somicon Middle East

  • Kurita Water Industries Ltd

  • Chemical Ram, Inc

Main topics covered:

1 Research methodology

2 Research objectives

3 Research process

4 Scope and coverage

4.1 Market definition

4.2 Reference year

4.3 Scope of the study

5 Hypotheses and caveats in the report

5.1 Key caveats

5.2 Currency conversion

5.3 Market derivation

6 Market overview

7 Presentation

7.1 Overview

7.2 Trends in water treatment industries

7.3 Recent mergers and acquisitions in the water treatment chemicals industry

7.4 Government regulations

7.5 Impact of COVID-19

7.6 Water Treatment Chemicals Value Chain

8 Growth opportunity by segment

8.1 Chemical type

8.2 End use

8.3 Geography

9 frequently asked questions

9.1 How have water treatment chemicals behaved so far? How will the market behave in the years to come?

9.2 What are the main factors driving the demand for chemicals for water treatment?

9.3 What is the most cost effective and preferred chemical for wastewater treatment?

9.4 Which end-use segment is the fastest growing?

9.5 What is the largest regional market for water treatment chemicals?

9.6 What is the biggest restriction for water treatment chemicals?

9.7 Who are the major players operating in the global water treatment chemicals market?

10 market opportunities and trends

10.1 Growth of the middle class population

10.2 Growing Concerns About Waterborne Illnesses

10.3 Increasing frequency of recycling and reuse of water

11 market growth catalysts

11.1 Rapid industrialization in emerging economies

11.2 Growing use of water treatment equipment

12 market restrictions

12.1 Easy availability of substitutes

13 Market landscape

13.1 Geographical landscape

13.2 Market Size and Forecast

13.3 Analysis of the five forces

14 Chemical type

14.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

14.2 Market overview

14.3 Coagulants and flocculants

14.4 Biocides and disinfectants

14.5 Corrosion and scale inhibitors

14.6 Defoamers

14.7 pH adjusters

14.8 Others

15 End user

15.1 Market Overview and Growth Driver

15.2 Market overview

15.3 Industrial

15.4 Municipal

15.5 Residential

15.6 Others

For more information on this report, visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/sufq9e

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