Publish Date: May 2019 | Category: Industrial Automation | Publisher: BCC Research | Status: Publish
The global market for membrane bioreactors (MBRs) should grow from $1.9 billion in 2018 to reach $3.8 billion by 2023 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 14.7% for the period of 2018-2023.
The study is divided into chapters dealing with the membrane component of MBRs, the biological component, system configurations, typical MBR performance, cost analyses, system applications, companies active in the market, market share, and industry structure. Quantitative evaluations are given for the major market segments, historically and for a five-year horizon. The global scope of the MBR market is identified within four major geographical regions with information on regional economics, water needs, MBR experience, and proposed projects.
The MBR market in this study is centered on biological/membrane wastewater treatment for the municipal, industrial, and environmental sectors. The evaluated market does not include catalytic membrane reactors or enzymatic membrane reactors.
- 16 data tables and 29 additional tables - An overview of the global membrane bioreactors markets used for wastewater treatment - Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2017 and 2018, and projections of CAGRs through 2023 - Assessment of the challenges for major water users specifically in the municipal, industrial, and environmental sectors - Description of the membrane component of MBRs, the biological component, system configurations, and typical MBR performance - A look into the system applications, market share, and industry structure - Detailed profiles of major players active in the market, including Alfa Laval, Asahi Kasei, Evoqua Water Technologies, Hitachi Ltd. and Toray Industries
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Study Goals and Objectives Reasons for Doing This Study Scope of Report Information Sources Methodology Geographic Breakdown Analyst's Credentials BCC Custom Research Related BCC Research Reports
Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights
Chapter 3 Technology and Market Overview History Amounts of Water to be Treated Global Water Resources and Withdrawals U.S. Water Resources, Withdrawals MBRs in Brief Advantages Include: Disadvantages Include: Microorganisms Aerobic and Anaerobic Membranes Materials, Manufacturing Methods, Modules Flux Fouling Selecting Membranes for MBRs System Configuration: Submerged, External Technology Development Performance Particle Removal and Disinfection Removal of Organic Matter Nutrient Removal Trace Organic Compounds Competing Wastewater Treatment Technologies Capital and Operating Costs Recent Developments Trend toward Larger MBRs
Chapter 4 Applications for MBR Technology Domestic, Municipal Wastewater Domestic, Municipal Wastewater Treatment Industrial Wastewater Wastewater Components Industrial Wastewater Treatment Landfill Leachate In-Building Water Recycling Other Wastewater Types Shipboard Wastewater Agricultural Wastewater Water Reclamation and Reuse Water Reuse in the U.S. Water Reuse in Other Countries U.S. Regulatory Efforts Federal Assistance for Wastewater Plant Construction International Regulatory Efforts EU Regulations Regulations in Other World Regions
Chapter 5 The North American Market for MBR Technology United States Canada North American MBR Experience North American Development Programs for MBRs
Chapter 6 Global Markets for MBR Technology The Role of International Organizations in Water/ Wastewater Management Water Challenges in the 21st Century Millennium Goals Bellagio Framework Market for MBR Systems by Region Europe Water Issues European MBR Experience EU MBR Development Programs The European Market for MBRs Installed Base of MBRs End Uses Country Analysis Belgium France Germany Italy Spain The Netherlands United Kingdom Eastern Europe The Asia-Pacific Market for MBRs Australia China India Japan South Korea Singapore The Middle East/African Market for MBRs Middle East Bahrain Kuwait Egypt Israel Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Africa The Latin American/Caribbean Market for MBRs Latin America Caribbean
Chapter 7 Industry Structure Conglomerates Water/Wastewater Treatment Companies Specialized Providers Strategies for Remaining Competitive Market Shares
Chapter 8 Patent Review Methodology Findings, by Country Findings, by Year Findings, by Organization
Chapter 9 Company Profiles A3 WATER SOLUTIONS GMBH ACWA SERVICES LTD. ALFA LAVAL AQUA-AEROBIC SYSTEMS, INC. AQUATECH INTERNATIONAL ASAHI KASEI BEIJING ORIGIN WATER TECHNOLOGY CO. BERGHOF MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY GMBH BUSSE GMBH CANPURE GROUP CHICAGO BRIDGE & IRON CO. CITIQ ENVIROTECH LTD. COLLOIDE ENGINEERING SYSTEMS CUT MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY GMBH DYNATEC SYSTEMS, INC. ECOLOGIX TECHNOLOGIES ASIA-PACIFIC, INC. ECONITY EFLO UK INTERNATIONAL LTD. EPCO AUSTRALIA EVOQUA WATER TECHNOLOGIES HANGZHOU H-FILTRATION MEMBRANE TECH. & ENG. CO. LTD. HITACHI LTD. HUBER SE HYDRANAUTICS KA NA HSIUNG ENTERPRISE CO. LTD. KEPPEL SEGHERS TECHNOLOGY GROUP BV KIBARAN TERNAMA SDN. BHD. KOCH MEMBRANE SYSTEMS KOLON INDUSTRIES KUBOTA CORP. LG ELECTRONICS LITREE PURIFYING TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD. MANN+HUMMEL MARTIN SYSTEMS AG MEMOS MEMBRANES MODULES SYSTEMS GMBH MICRODYN NADIR MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL HOLDINGS CORP. NEWTERRA LTD. NITTO GROUP NOVOFLOW GMBH ORELIS ENVIRONNEMENT SAS OVIVO USA, LLC PALL CORP. PENTAIR PLC POLYMEM SA POROUS FIBERS S.L. PURE ENVITECH CO. LTD. SENUO FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY (TIANJIN) CO. LTD. SFC UMWELTTECHNIK GMBH SHANGHAI MEGAVISION MEMBRANE ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. SHANGHAI SINAP MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD. SIEMENS AG SMITH & LOVELESS SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT SAS SUMITOMO ELECTRIC FINE POLYMER TIANJIN MOTIMO MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY LTD. TORAY INDUSTRIES TRIQUA INTERNATIONAL BV VA TECH WABAG LTD. VEOLIA WATER TECHNOLOGIES WARTSILA WEHRLE WERK AG WJP SOLUTIONS XYLEM ZENA MEMBRANES