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•The municipal water and wastewater treatment equipment market in India is expected to grow from INR xxmillion in 2013 to INR xxmillion by 2018.
•The major market drivers include a rising population, increasing per capita water consumption, depleting ground water resources (creating water scarcity), deteriorating ground water and fresh water quality, and government policies.
•The major restraints include funding issues faced by municipalities. A lack of revenue generation by the municipalities make them dependant on external funding.
•Government policies, such as the National Water Mission, support the growth of the water and wastewater treatment market.
•Major cities along the coastline, such as Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkatta, Surat, and Vizag, offer more potential for desalination plants that can help meet the growing water demand.
•The low level of wastewater collection and treatment facilities also offers a lot of potential for private companies.
•The market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of xx% from 2013 to 2018.
The municipal water and wastewater treatment market in India is in a growth stage, with a CAGR of xx%.
The adoption of membrane technologies such as reverse osmosis and membrane bio-reactors is expected to increase.
Top three participants account for xx% of the market share.
Recycle and reuse systems are very limited in terms of penetration today.
Customer price sensitivity is high. These projects are usually awarded to the lowest bidder.
•India is at an exciting stage in its economic development due to the concomitant opportunities unfolding in the water and wastewater sector.
•Ambitious gross domestic product (GDP) growth targets of xx% to xx% also present a conundrum for the government in sharing water resources among three key sectors: Agricultural, domestic, and industrial.
•After power generation, water supply and sanitation is the next growth industry in India. Demand for industrial processed water and effluent/wastewater treatment has been increasing exponentially and is poised to manifest into an unmanageable problem.
•It is predicted that by 2032, most of today’s major metros (metros have a population higher than one million) will develop water stress. With xx more new metros forecasted to be developed by then, the strain on water resources will increase even further.
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