14-Feb-2023 | Facts and Factors
According to Facts and Factors, the global water recycle and reuse market size was worth around USD 15.59 billion in 2021 and is predicted to grow to around USD 30.55 billion by 2030 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of roughly 14.15% between 2022 and 2030.
Water reclamation also known as water reuse or water recycling refers to the process in which industrial, residential, or agricultural wastewater is treated using different methods to reuse the water for other purposes. Different types of technologies, including stand-alone or in combination, are used for this purpose. Reclaimed water is used more than 1 time before it can be passed back to nature. There are several benefits associated with water recycling or reusing activities and they are the reasons why the global market is gaining huge momentum with every passing year.
Browse the full “Water Recycle and Reuse Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis Report By Application (Agricultural, Commercial, and Industrial), By Product (Chemical Treatment & Disinfection, Membrane Filtration Technologies, and Conventional Treatment & Recycling Techniques), and By Region - Global and Regional Industry Insights, Overview, Comprehensive Analysis, Trends, Statistical Research, Market Intelligence, Historical Data and Forecast 2022 – 2030" report at https://www.fnfresearch.com/water-recycle-and-reuse-market
Conducting programs or generating awareness about water recycling is no longer only limited to government responsibilities. A lot of private companies are investing resources to not only tap into growth prospects in the market but have made commitments toward water recycling. Industries that are most likely to adopt systems or technologies for water reuse include dairy operators, fish processors, farmers, and agriculture-technology companies, and many more.
The global water recycle and reuse market is projected to benefit owing to the increasing initiatives undertaken by municipal and international water regulatory bodies to initiate water recycling projects across the globe, especially in areas that are prone to frequent water crises or that do not have sufficient supply for freshwater. Furthermore, factors like increasing water scarcity against rapidly increasing demand for freshwater for industrial and non-industrial purposes, rising food security concerns, and growing recognition of the value that gray water or wastewater holds could also result in higher global market growth.
Additionally, water recycling and reusing also help in saving energy which gets wasted in transporting water to meet the growing needs of the population or industrial uses. If the waste can be treated and used again, there will be no requirement of transporting water across long distances. The regional leaders are emphasizing the benefits of excreta reuse which may emerge as a leading and surprising growth factor for the water recycle and reuse industry. The growing non-potable applications of recycled wastewater in areas like agricultural irrigation, and toilet flushing at public places including airports could create higher growth divisions.
One of the key growth restraints the water recycle and reuse industry may come across is the lack of stringent rules and laws ensuring adherence to the existing rules, especially in industrial settings. Many regions do not have well-equipped regulatory bodies that can make sure that companies or large business corporations are following requisites related to the impact business operations have on the environment. As the world is moving toward rampant industrialization with the introduction of numerous everyday essentials, governments are facing difficulty in managing the wastewater generated due to such rapid changes.
The growth and adoption of new technologies may provide expansion opportunities while the management of sludge formation could challenge market growth
The global water recycle and reuse market is segmented based on application, product, and region
Based on application, the global market is segmented into agricultural, commercial, and industrial.
- In 2021, the water recycle and reuse industry registered the highest growth in the industrial segment due to the rolling out of stringent government regulations holding corporations responsible for the impact on the environment due to business operations
- As per the US Environmental Protection Agency, manufacturing and industrial businesses use almost 12% of the public water supply. They are also one of the leading contributors to water pollution
- Growth in the efforts undertaken by governments to educate farmers and people working in the agricultural sector about the benefits of water recycling or reusing could assist in segmental growth during the forecast period
Based on product, the global market is divided into chemical treatment & disinfection, membrane filtration technologies, and conventional treatment & recycling techniques.
- The water recycle and reuse industry registered the highest growth in the membrane filtration technologies
- The method utilizes separating components that exist in a dissolved state in the liquid or they may be in the form of suspended particles. The separation occurs based on particle sizes and characteristics
- In the chemical treatment & disinfection segment, the most widely used chemicals are potassium chloride, sodium chloride, and chlorine dioxide
- Chlorine gas required to treat water is around 1-16 milligrams per liter of water
North America is anticipated to lead the global water recycle and reuse market mainly driven by the existing measures, rules, and regulations in place monitoring the use of wastewater. Countries like the US and Canada run initiatives in which public places make use of recycled water for non-potable purposes. Water reusing or recycling is a common activity in the countries of the Middle East region owing to the scarcity of freshwater. Countries like Kuwait and Dubai have already expanded their plans for water recycling. Asia-Pacific is projected to act as a lucrative segment due to increasing investments in water reuse and recycling as the water demand is expected to grow along with rampant industrialization.
Market Size in 2021
USD 15.59 Billion
Projected Market Size in 2030
USD 30.55 Billion
CAGR Growth Rate
Key Market Players
Lenntech B.V., Aqua Utility Designs and Management Pvt. Ltd., Hansgrohe SE, DuPont de Nemours Inc., Alfa Laval Corporate AB, Siemens AG, Aquatherm GmbH, Aquatech International LLC, DeLoach Industries Inc., Aries Chemical Inc., Element Solutions Inc., Ecolab Inc., Fluence Corp. Ltd., Evoqua Water Technologies LLC, Grundfos Holding AS, General Electric Co., Nitto Denko Corp., Komline Sanderson Corp., Praj Industries Ltd., PHOENIX Process Equipment Co., Tata Sons Pvt. Ltd., Samco Technologies Inc., DP CleanTech, ProChem Inc., Veolia Environment, GE Water and Process Technologies, Water Rhapsody, and others.
By Application, Product, and Region
Major Regions Covered
North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East &, Africa
Request customized purchase options to meet your research needs. Explore purchase options
The global water recycle and reuse market is led by players like Lenntech B.V., Aqua Utility Designs and Management Pvt. Ltd., Hansgrohe SE, DuPont de Nemours Inc., Alfa Laval Corporate AB, Siemens AG, Aquatherm GmbH, Aquatech International LLC, DeLoach Industries Inc., Aries Chemical Inc., Element Solutions Inc., Ecolab Inc., Fluence Corp. Ltd., Evoqua Water Technologies LLC, Grundfos Holding AS, General Electric Co., Nitto Denko Corp., Komline Sanderson Corp., Praj Industries Ltd., PHOENIX Process Equipment Co., Tata Sons Pvt. Ltd., Samco Technologies Inc., DP CleanTech, ProChem Inc., Veolia Environment, GE Water and Process Technologies, and Water Rhapsody.
- In December 2021, the National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG), The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), and the Government of India jointly inaugurated the Centre of Excellence on Water Reuse, which is a first-of-its-kind establishment in the country. The joint move is expected to foster research & development activities related to various aspects of water recycle
- In September 2022, Halhul, a territory in the western bank of Palestine, witnessed the launch of three BluElephants, game-changing wastewater recycling units capable of transforming wastewater into infinite water
The global water recycle and reuse market is segmented as follows:
- Chemical Treatment & Disinfection
- Membrane Filtration Technologies
- Conventional Treatment & Recycling Techniques
- North America
- The UK
- Nordic Countries
- Benelux Union
- The Netherlands
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Southeast Asia
- Rest of Southeast Asia
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- The Middle East & Africa
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- Rest of the Middle East & Africa
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
Facts & Factors is a leading market research organization offering industry expertise and scrupulous consulting services to clients for their business development. The reports and services offered by Facts and Factors are used by prestigious academic institutions, start-ups, and companies globally to measure and understand the changing international and regional business backgrounds. Our client’s/customer’s conviction on our solutions and services has pushed us in delivering always the best. Our advanced research solutions have helped them in appropriate decision-making and guidance for strategies to expand their business.
Facts & Factors
A 2108, Sargam,
Pune 411041, India
USA: +1 (347) 690-0211
Email: [email protected]