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Market Study Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants in Europe (Analyst version)

DUBLIN, Ireland, January 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/j7ht3d/market_study) has announced the addition of the "Market Study Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants in Europe (Analyst version)" report to their offering. 

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The market for municipal wastewater treatment plants will continue to grow in the long term. Over the past 20 years, the number of municipal wastewater treatment plants in Europe has increased steadily while their technical standard improved.

And the quantitative and qualitative development of wastewater treatment in Europe continues. The EU Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive and the EU Water Framework Directive still provide the strongest market stimuli - especially in Eastern and Southern Europe. By contrast, maintenance and renewals as well as measures for reducing operational costs (primarily in terms of energy) dominate in Central and Northern Europe.

In light of these developments, the authors have analysed the European market for municipal wastewater treatment plants in detail. We have gathered extensive data on the plant asset and its development. In doing so, we have also collaborated with local subcontractors.

This up-to-date overview of trends, estimations, numbers and facts of the European market for municipal wastewater treatment plants is based on our market knowledge and detailed research and is of interest for manufacturers, suppliers, operators, associations, economic promotion institutions, research institutes and consultants.

The analyst version of the market study on municipal wastewater treatment plants includes:

  • An overview of the essential political, economic, managerial, operational and technical trends affecting the supplier market for municipal wastewater treatment.
  • A precise description of the present and the future market volumes, up to and including 2017, based on a transparent and comprehensible methodology.


Key Topics Covered: 

Preface for the analyst version

Preface

Management Summary

1 Differentiation
1.1 Municipal wastewater treatment plant
1.2 Differentiation by capacity
1.3 Geographical differentiation

2 Technology
2.1 Genesis of development
2.2 Inflow
2.3 Mechanical treatment
2.4 Biological treatment
2.5 Additional processes
2.6 Final sedimentation
2.7 Sewage sludge treatment
2.8 Technical developments to improve individual processes
2.9 Main areas of research

3 European legal framework
3.1 The 1991 Directive on the Treatment of Municipal Waste Water
3.2 EU Water Framework Directive
3.3 Other EU Directives

4 Other market drivers
4.1 Decreasing operational costs
4.2 Replacement and renewal investments
4.3 Growth in the amount of wastewater and contaminants

5 The European market for MWWTPs
5.1 Plants
5.2 Market

6 Providers / competition

7 Country Markets
7.1 Austria
7.2 Belgium
7.3 Bulgaria
7.4 Croatia
7.5 Cyprus
7.6 Czech Republic
7.7 Denmark
7.8 Estonia
7.9 Finland
7.10 France
7.11 Germany
7.12 Greece
7.13 Hungary
7.14 Iceland
7.15 Ireland
7.16 Italy
7.17 Latvia
7.18 Lithuania
7.19 Luxembourg
7.20 Malta
7.21 Netherlands
7.22 Norway
7.23 Poland
7.24 Portugal
7.25 Romania
7.26 Slovakia
7.27 Slovenia
7.28 Spain
7.29 Sweden
7.30 Switzerland
7.31 United Kingdom

Methodology


For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/j7ht3d/market_study


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, [email protected]


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