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美國的都市廢水 & 再生水市場趨勢·機會·預測:2015-2025年

US Municipal Wastewater & Reuse: Market Trends, Opportunities, & Forecasts, 2015-?-2025

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美國的都市廢水 & 再生水市場趨勢·機會·預測:2015-2025年 US Municipal Wastewater & Reuse: Market Trends, Opportunities, & Forecasts, 2015-?-2025
出版日期: 2015年07月01日 內容資訊: 英文 136 Pages
簡介

美國目前每天有830萬立方米的都市廢水再生使用。公共設施用癈水解決方案預測到2025年前將增加61%,預測將需要110億美金的支出。

本報告詳細分析急速變化的美國都市廢水解決方案及商務策略,彙整市場趨勢分析與成長預測,各州的容量追加,技術活用,資本投資,及再生水的用途等相關預測,為您概述為以下內容。

章節1:摘要整理

章節2:美國的法規形勢

  • 摘要:政策形勢
  • 州的政策形勢:促進要素·阻礙要素
  • 水利權影響再生水的習慣,機會
  • 州的週轉資金維繫計劃資金
  • 州的水計劃建立好長期性水資源管理的準備
  • 加利福尼亞,德克薩斯,引領直接可攜式再生水發展的尖端
  • 引領變化的可攜式再生水簡介
  • 供水不足促使需求面的降低
  • 乾旱促進再生水計劃緊急基金的分配

章節3:推動市場的要素·趨勢

  • 摘要
  • 州·地區市場趨勢推動再生水
  • 人口增加推動再生水的需求擴大
  • 水資源短缺的熱點促進引進
  • 再生水處理系統的模式
  • 水資源風險促進產業的替代解決方案、其他

章節4:技術·成本趨勢

  • 摘要
  • 先進水處理技術的引進
  • 污水再生水廠房的CAPEX成本

章節5:美國地方政府的廢水市場預測

  • 摘要
  • 預測手法
  • 都市廢水 & 再生水容量的預測
  • 容量追加的預測:各用途
  • 各州的產能預測
  • 都市廢水 & 再生水的CAPEX預測
  • 處理的CAPEX預測:各用途

章節6:競爭情形

  • 摘要
  • 企業的價值鏈定位
  • 邁阿密強調再生水計劃的激烈競爭
  • 在可攜式再生水上有所地位的RO供應商

章節7:加利福尼亞市場分析

  • 摘要
  • 加利福尼亞整體乾旱情形的惡化
  • 儘管情形惡化仍有所發展的法規環境
  • 人口增加擴大了長期性的課題
  • 再生水的利用:各市場
  • 污水再生水的擴大視城市供水情形而定
  • 廢水處理廠房的容量·未使用的污水:各國
  • 流入海中反映出未開發的再生水可能性
  • 南加利福尼亞市場中心地

章節8:佛羅里達市場分析

  • 摘要
  • 佛羅里達的經驗顯示出政策對成長的影響
  • 州的政策倡議對市場成長而言是必要的
  • 邁阿密的OOL遵守計劃資本投資明細
  • 污水流出量及再生水:各國
  • 佛羅里達的污水再生水的承購人:各市場區隔、其他

章節9:德克薩斯市場分析

  • 摘要
  • 乾旱循環及污水再生水的影響
  • 水需求:各市場
  • 水需求·污水再生水:各市場
  • 污水再生水提供機會的城市區域
  • 州的政策倡議再生水擴大提供支援
  • 德克薩斯獨特的市場情況
  • 引領直接可攜式再生水的德克薩斯
  • 計劃投資的州的水計劃、其他

章節10:州·水域簡介

  • 亞利桑那
  • 加利福尼亞
  • 衛生地區
  • 地區
  • 科羅拉多
  • 佛羅里達
  • 佐治亞
  • 俄克拉何馬
  • 新墨西哥
  • 內華達

章節11:計劃中的計劃

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目錄

This 140-page Focus Report, U.S. Municipal Wastewater & Reuse: Market Trends, Opportunities, & Forecasts, 2015-2025, is an in-depth analysis of the rapidly changing U.S. municipal water landscape for wastewater reuse solutions and business strategies. It has been developed to support companies addressing the US market with detailed data, market trend analysis, and growth forecasts not found anywhere else.

Key report takeaways include:

  • Bluefield forecasts market outlook for reuse to 2025. Bluefield's in-depth forecasts build on the more than 8.3 million m3/d of municipal wastewater flows currently reused in the US. Wastewater reuse for municipal utilities will increase 61% by 2025, requiring US$11.0 billion of capital expenditures. Key forecast outputs include state-by-state capacity additions, technology utilization, capital investment, and reclaimed water applications. A detailed research methodology and approach is provided in the report with forecast data and analysis.
  • Uncovering greenfield opportunities in a scaling US project pipeline. From California to Florida, municipal utilities and industrial off-takers are responding to a more regulated and volatile water market environment. Bluefield's bottom-up data analysis of more than 3,000 existing wastewater treatment plants, over 700 operating wastewater reuse systems, and 247 reuse projects in various stages of planning signal an increasingly positive climate benefitting water solutions providers. The lion's share of the activity, or 94%, is expected to take place in nine states, headlined by Florida and California.
  • Identifying drivers of change. Bluefield highlights the evolving water landscape by state and water district that are shaping business models and market growth going forward. Deep-dive analysis of regulatory policies and investment across 9 primary states and 32 water districts are included in 41 profiles to support companies as they navigate a nascent and highly fragmented landscape. Bluefield's analysis also indicates a change in the market's overall profile. Potable reuse - treating wastewater to drinking water quality - currently makes up 15% of the total capacity, but is expected to increase to 19% of total water reuse by 2025.

This Focus Report highlights the following:

  • A 2015-2025 forecast of municipal wastewater reuse in the US by key state, capital investment, and technology adoption
  • Bottom-up assessment of the 247 projects in the pipeline by status, location, and capacity
  • In-depth analysis of state and federal regulatory environments influencing the deployment of wastewater reuse
  • More than 40 profiles and analysis of 9 key states and 32 water districts
  • Industrial users of reclaimed water and trends for greater adoption

Watch this brief video to hear Bluefield analyst, Erin Bonney, cover the top five key takeaways of the report with your registrant access:

Table of Contents

Section 1 - Executive Summary

  • Summary
  • The US Municipal Wastewater Landscape, 2015-2025
  • Wastewater Reuse in the US in a Global Context
  • Current State of Reuse in the US
  • Wastewater Reuse Applications in the US
  • US Treated Wastewater Utilization
  • US Market Attractiveness - Evaluating the Opportunity
  • Historical Growth Trend

Section 2 - US Regulatory Landscape

  • Summary - Policy Landscape
  • State Policy Landscape: Drivers & Inhibitors
  • Water Rights Impact Reuse Habits, Opportunities
  • State Revolving Funds Underpin Project Financing
  • State Water Plans Set Stage for Long Term Water Management
  • California, Texas, at Forefront of Direct Potable Reuse Deployment
  • The Profile of Potable Reuse at Cusp of Change
  • Water Scarcity Prompts Demand Side Restrictions
  • Drought Prompts Allocation of Emergency Funds for Reuse Projects

Section 3 - Market Drivers and Trends

  • Summary
  • State and Regional Market Trends Driving Reuse
  • Population Growth Drives Increasing Demand for Reuse
  • Water Stressed Hotspots Drive Adoption
  • Reuse Cost Challenges Legacy, Desalination Supplies
  • Models for Reuse Treatment Systems
  • Water Risks Drive Industry to Alternative Solutions
  • Power Sector Drought Proofs Water Supply
  • Fracking Firms Seek Municipal Wastewater for Operations

Section 4 - Technology & Cost Trends

  • Summary
  • Advanced Water Treatment Technology Adoption
  • Wastewater Reuse Plants CAPEX Costs

Section 5 - US Municipal Wastewater Market Forecasts

  • Summary
  • Forecast Methodology
  • Municipal Wastewater & Reuse Capacity Forecasts, 2015-2025
  • Forecasted Capacity Addition by Application, 2015-2025
  • State-by-State Capacity Forecasts, 2015-2025
  • Municipal Wastewater & Reuse CAPEX Forecasts, 2015-2025
  • Treatment CAPEX Forecasts by Application, 2015-2025

Section 6 - Competitive Landscape

  • Summary
  • Company Value Chain Positioning
  • Miami-Dade Highlights Stiff Competition for Reuse Project
  • RO Suppliers Position for Potable Reuse

Section 7 - California Market Analysis

  • Summary
  • Intensifying Drought Conditions Across California
  • Regulatory Environment Evolves in Face of Deteriorating Conditions
  • Population Growth Heightens the Long-Term Challenge
  • California's Demand-side Challenge
  • Reclaimed Water Utilization by Sector
  • Wastewater Reuse Growth Hinges on Urban Water Suppliers
  • Wastewater Treatment Plant Capacity and Unused Effluent Flows by County
  • Ocean Outfalls Reflect Untapped Reuse Potential
  • SoCal Represents Market Epicenter

Section 8 - Florida Market Analysis

  • Summary
  • Florida Experience Demonstrates Policy Impacts on Build-Out
  • State Policy Initiatives Fundamental to Sector Growth
  • Ocean Outfall Legislation Planned Investment Underway
  • Miami-Dade OOL Compliance Planned Capital Investment Breakdown
  • Wastewater Flows and Reuse by County
  • Florida's Wastewater Reuse Off-takers by Segment

Section 9 - Texas Market Analysis

  • Summary
  • Drought cycles and Impacts on Wastewater Reuse
  • Water Demand by Sector
  • Water Demand and Wastewater Reuse by Sector
  • Urban Areas Provide Opportunity for Wastewater Reuse
  • State Policy Initiatives Provide Support for Reuse Expansion
  • Market Conditions Unique to Texas
  • Texas at Forefront of Direct Potable Reuse
  • State Water Plan Planned Investment
  • Water Regions Dialing Back Reuse Plans, Reflecting Market Realities
  • Reuse Projects Apply for SRF, SWIFT Funding

Section 10 - 41 State and Water District Profiles (pages 85-125)

Arizona

  • Phoenix AMA
  • Pinal AMA
  • Tucson AMA

California

  • East Bay MUD
  • Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District
  • San Francisco
  • Los Angeles County Sanitation District
  • Los Angeles
  • Orange County Sanitation District
  • Inland Empire Utilities District
  • San Diego

Colorado

Florida

  • Northwest Florida WMD
  • St Johns River WMD
  • South Florida WMD
  • Southwest Florida WMD
  • Suwannee River WMD

Georgia

Oklahoma

New Mexico

Nevada

Texas

  • Region A: Amarillo
  • Region B: Wichita Falls, Vernon, Burkburnett
  • Region C: Dallas-Fort Worth
  • Region D: Texarkana, Greenville, Marshall
  • Region E: El Paso
  • Region F: Midland, Odessa, San Angelo
  • Region G: Abilene, Waco, Cedar Park...
  • Region H: Houston, Galveston
  • Region I: Brownsboro, Elkhart
  • Region J: Del Rio, Kerrville
  • Region K: Austin
  • Region L: San Antonio, Victoria, Seguin
  • Region M: Laredo
  • Region N: Corpus Christi, Portland
  • Region O: Lamesa, Lubbock. Levelland
  • Region P: El Campo, Yoakum

Section 11 - Planned Projects (pages 125-135)

APPENDIX; Project Data, Industrial Off-takers Forecasts Data (xls)

KEY COMPANIES MENTIONED

  • American Water
  • Abengoa
  • AECOM
  • Allen Plummer and Associates
  • AKM Consulting Engineers
  • American Water
  • Arcadis
  • BiWater
  • Black and Veatch
  • Bowen Engineering
  • Brasfield and Gorrie
  • Brown and Caldwell
  • Carollo
  • CDM Smith
  • Ceinsa USA
  • CH2M Hill
  • Chevron
  • China Gezhouba Group (CGGC)
  • Cintra
  • CW Roen
  • Dow
  • Dragados USA
  • Dudek
  • Eagle Contracting LP
  • Edgemoor/Clark
  • Electra Therm
  • Evoqua
  • GAI Consultants
  • Garney Holding Co.
  • GE
  • GHD Inc
  • Harvest Power
  • Haskell
  • Hatch Mott MacDonald
  • Hazen and Sawyer
  • HDR
  • Hydranautics
  • IDE Technologies
  • JR Filanc
  • Kennedy Jenks
  • Kiewit
  • Klienfelder
  • Koch Membrane Systes
  • Layne
  • M3 Capital Partners
  • McCarthy Construction
  • Meridiam Infrastructure
  • Michael Baker International
  • Mittauer & Associates Inc.
  • MWH
  • ONEFCO
  • Odebrecht
  • Overaa
  • Ovivo
  • Pall
  • Parsons
  • PCL Construction
  • WSP
  • Pepper Construction
  • PERC
  • Poseidon Water
  • Reiss Engineering
  • RMC Water and Environment
  • RTD Construction
  • Severn Trent Services
  • SJ Amoroso
  • Skanska
  • Slayden Construction
  • South Dade Soil & Water Conservation District
  • Suez Environment
  • Synagro Inc
  • Tetra Tech
  • Toray
  • Trojan UV
  • Trussell Technologies
  • Ulliman Schute
  • United Water
  • Veolia
  • The Walsh Group
  • West Yost
  • Woodard and Curran
  • Wharton Smith
  • W.M. Lyles
  • WPC Industrial Contractors Inc
  • Xylem
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