Published on : Aug 09, 2017
Albany, New York, August 9, 2017: Market Research Hub (MRH) has recently announced the inclusion of a new market intelligence report to its comprehensive collection of research studies. The latest report is titled “United States Zero Liquid Discharge System (ZLD) Market Report 2017” and documents the growth of this regional market over the recent past while providing a forecast projection for the period of 2017 to 2022. The report thus serves as an in-depth study on the current state of the U.S. zero liquid discharge industry and how it is expected to develop in the near future. The United States market has been broadly categorized into seven regions, including The Middle Atlantic, The South, The Midwest, Southwest, The West, The South and The Midwest.
Zero-liquid discharge (ZLD) is a water treatment procedure in which all wastewater is purified and recycled; as a result, leaving zero discharge at the end of the treatment cycle. Presently, there is a growing awareness to protect the environment from the discharge of harmful waste water effluents. To ensure this, regulatory bodies governing wastewater discharge limits in various countries across the world have been setting and implementing stringent policies for industrial plants and municipal bodies to meet zero liquid discharge norms to halt the worsening of water quality in their countries. As water costs rise and regulations become increasingly strict due to concerns over surface water pollution, this approach to wastewater treatment will benefit its global market.
This report starts by presenting the detailed overview of Zero Liquid Discharge System (ZLD) along with its classifications and applications. This subsequent section also describes segmentation in terms of sales volume, price, revenue (Million USD) and market share. By product type, the report covers Hybrid ZLD System and Conventional ZLD System. Apart from that, major applications where zero liquid discharge system is used, including Energy & Power, Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Food & Beverages, Textiles and Others.
According to the report, the United States market has gained huge momentum in the year 2016, owing to the employment of stringent environmental regulations by countries, especially in the energy & power end-use industry, have steered to a surge in the demand for zero liquid discharge systems in the region. Efforts towards conservation and treatment of water are expected to drive the demand for zero liquid discharge systems all across the world during the forecast period.
Furthermore, the research study evaluates the prominent players operating in the zero liquid discharge system market in the United States and presents a thorough vendor analysis. For each key player, the report provides a look at their company profile, complete with product pictures and product specifications. Some of the players included in the study are Aquatech International LLC, Degremont Technologies, Doosan Hydro Technology LLC, H2O GmbH, U.S. Water Services, Inc., Saltworks Technologies Inc., GEA Group AG, Veolia Water Technologies, Petro Sep Corporation, GE Water, Praj Industries Ltd., Aquarion AG, Ide Technologies, L&T Constructions and others.
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