The Mobile Water Treatment Market size is expected to reach US$ 4,453.12 million by 2028; registering at a CAGR of 10.5% from 2022 to 2028, according to a new research study conducted by The Insight Partners. Mobile Water Treatment Market Forecast to 2028 - COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Offering (Systems and Services), Application (Clarification, Filtration, Chemical Softening, Reverse Osmosis, Ion Exchange, and Others), and End User (Construction, Municipal, Agriculture, Chemical, and Others).
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Governments and companies are investing significantly in conducting and supporting the research and development of highly efficient mobile water treatment solutions. According to the China National Bureau of Statistics, the country invested US$ 81.6 billion in its municipal wastewater system from 2015 to 2020. The investment was focused on sewage pipeline construction, new treatment facilities, rainwater-sewage diversion systems, sludge mitigation, and rainfall treatment. As of January 2020, China has installed 10,113 water treatment plants for the treatment of wastewater from 95% of municipalities and 30% of rural areas.
Top Key Players
- Pall Corporation
- Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
- Ecologix Environmental Systems, LLC
- Aquatech International LLC
- Filtra Systems
- Separmatic LLC
- Emwg S.R.L.
- Newater Technology Co
- Shark Systems, LLC
The country further plans to renovate 80,000 km of its sewage treatment capacity by 2025. Furthermore, China’s strong policies and investments for the treatment of odorous water treatment and the construction of wastewater treatment facilities in 2nd and 3rd tier cities offer various opportunities for mobile water treatment system providers. China plans to provide monetary support of US$ 50 billion to various heavy-polluting industries, such as textiles, printing, steel production, oil & gas extraction, coal mining, and pharmaceutical, to transform into a cleaner and more sustainable economy. Thus, the increasing public and private investments in developing wastewater treatment infrastructure are providing opportunities for the mobile water treatment market growth.
The mobile water clarification systems are usually trailer-mounted, self-contained, and skidded units that can treat highly turbid water. In clarification, mobile water treatment increases the settling rate and enhances floc formation. In addition, the ever-expanding trailer fleet and reliable and extensive service network are expected to become major trends in the mobile water treatment market during the forecast period. Generally, the water treatment system produces a stable, high-quality effluent at up to 1,000 GPM for trailer units and 2,500 GPM for skidded units from rapidly fluctuating raw water sources. As a result, this process produces high-quality effluent compared to other methods of water clarification, making it ideal for clarifying difficult-to-treat water with high turbidity. Therefore, the demand for mobile water treatment market for clarification is high.
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The mobile water treatment market size is segmented on the basis of offering, application, and end user. Based on offering, the market is bifurcated into systems and services. Based on application, the market is segmented into clarification, filtration, chemical softening, reverse osmosis, ion exchange, and others. Based on end user, the market size is segmented into construction, municipal, agriculture, chemical, and others.
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