Urbanization and Industrialization is Driving the Water and Wastewater Treatment Market in China03 Oct 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Mumbai – China is currently facing severe water pollution and water shortage problems which provide ample scope for development in the industry. Wastewater treatment market was estimated to be approximately USD 6bn in 2010.
In spite of the strong presence of the domestic players in the market, foreign players too have gained noteworthy market shares as providers of technology, equipment and service. Areas that require advanced technologies or deep experience and expertise provides greatest opportunities for foreign players in the market.
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Wastewater Treatment – Overview:
- Water treatment industry is highly fragmented.
- Direct affiliation with the local government is by the primary water treatment plant is prevalent in many cities. Therefore, even the major applicants in the water treatment industry have single digit shares of the national market.
- State?owned entities are leading the wastewater industry because traditionally, the Chinese government considered the industry to be a sensitive sector
- However, with the end of restriction on ownership of water treatment plants, in 20??, foreign and private participation has increased considerably. First and second?tier cities are witnessing increasing number of public?private partnerships for wastewater treatment facilities.
- Largest foreign sponsors were Veolia with n projects, Suez with x and Golden State Environment with v between 19-- and 20--.
Growth of Wastewater Treatment Market*
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