IHS Chemical Week

Markets :: Specialty Chemicals :: Water treatment

Chemical and Service Sector Water Treatment Demand to Rise

9:25 AM MST | November 18, 2008 | Kate Phillips with Esther D’Amico

The $300-billion global water treatment market remains “resilient” to recessionary pressures, producers and suppliers say. Demand for both chemicals and services to this sector is expected to rise for the foreseeable future amid grave water scarcity concerns in certain regions as well as the need for advanced water treatment technologies and processes, they add. “Growth in both population and region development leads to continuous demand for water and water treatment products and services,” says Paul Turgeon, COO of BWA Water Additives...

This information is only available to Chemical Week subscribers.

Username:
Password:

Forgot your user ID or password?
Click here to have it sent to you.



Not an IHS Chemical Week member yet?

Here's why you should be:

  • 31 issues of Chemical Week magazine in print or digital format
  • Critical daily news and analysis on chemweek.com
  • Free mobile edition 
  • 20+ years of online archives
  • Topical e-newsletters that capture the most impactful events
  • Special issues with a regional or company focus
  • Global Outlook issue

Subscribe now

100% Satisfaction Guarantee
If at any time you are not completely satisfied with IHS Chemical Week, simply notify us and we'll refund the balance of your paid subscription - no problem.

Learn more about group subscriptions and site licenses.

 




Comments (1) for Chemical and Service Sector Water Treatment Demand to Rise
1.
In the first line of this article, it states that there is a $300-billion global water treatment market, yet in this article http://www.chemweek.com/people_and_business/m_and_a/10051.html it states a $29 Billion market and Freedonia states that projections for the global market will hit $40 Billion in 2011. Is the $300 Billion a mistype?
Posted by WPIStudent on Thursday, February 5, 2009 @ 10:42 PM










 
contact us | about us | customer care | privacy policy | sitemap | advertise

ihsCopyright © 2015 IHS, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.

North Asia Russia Southeast Asia China India/Pakistan Middle East Eastern Europe Western Europe Central America Canada USA Australia/New Zealand South America Africa