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Rainwater and Stormwater Harvesting Opportunities in Singapore

  • April 2014
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  • Frost & Sullivan
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  • 55 pages

This study focuses on the highlights in the rainwater and stormwater harvesting market in Singapore. Singapore has a well-developed water industry, but insufficient natural water resources. Water sustainability and security are priorities for its socio-economic growth. Several international and local water companies are participants in this water industry. In recent years, higher-than-usual rainfall was recorded, and resulted in severe, damaging flash floods. This prompted the government to improve its rainwater and stormwater harvesting initiatives for its water catchment system.


Executive Summary

With limited land space and no natural resources, Singapore is heavily reliant on external sources of water to meet its daily economic and societal needs.

Traditionally, Singapore has been buying water from Malaysia, but due to water security issues and increasing water demand from its growing population, the island state is exploring alternative sources to make itself more water independent.

It has invested heavily in the water industry, especially in seawater desalination technologies and wastewater recycling platforms.

In addition, the government has considered increasing the domestic water supply through additional water catchment areas.

Water catchment opportunities is not restricted to just reservoirs, but also present opportunities for rain and stormwater harvesting.

With friendly legislations, sound policies, and aligned incentives, Singapore provides potential business opportunities for companies in the water harvesting sector.

The major customer for water harvesting in Singapore is the government, with municipal projects from various government agencies and statutory boards.

Smaller customers may include manufacturing companies seeking to install a water harvesting system for their own use.

From the business perspective of water companies, Singapore is not only a customer of water harvesting platforms, it is also a test-bed and springboard for these companies to expand their products and services in Asia-Pacific.

Table Of Contents

Rainwater and Stormwater Harvesting Opportunities in Singapore
Table of Contents


Executive Summary 4
Introduction 7
Overview of Singapore's Water Industry 19
Market Highlights 30
Conclusions 44
The Frost and Sullivan Story 48

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