$48.43 Billion Water and Air Purification Market to grow to $55.52 Billion by 201514 Oct 2010 • by Natalie Aster
New York - Air pollution and water contaminates exist in all countries of the world. Numerous technologies and products have been developed that can make air cleaner and water purer.
Krebs & Sisler, an energy firm, has developed a new biochemical carbon dioxide water purification system that cuts in half the cost of turning impure water into drinkable water. This could have far reaching influences such as enabling the recent flood ravaged Pakistan gain access to clean water inexpensively. Exciting new technologies such as the purification system will help the water treatment market grow.
Everyday smog, haze, and fumes from vehicles, are readily recognizable and widely known as being unclean. However, most people are unaware that indoor air is about five times more polluted, and often more problematic, than outside air. As more people get educated about the importance of indoor air quality and new air purification systems are brought out into the market such as the new UV-400 air purifier by UV Flu Technologies, touted to reduce odors, compounds and kill bacteria, the market is all set to flourish.
“Water and Air Purification Systems and Products: Residential & Commercial” from leading energy industry market research publisher SBI Energy examines this complex industry in a new market research study.
Water and Air Purification Systems and Products: Residential & Commercial
Date: October 2010
Price: US$ 4,800.00
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