Home > Press > Water Markets Worldwide Business Briefing Conferences 2007/2008
The most up-to-date research and strategies for the water market worldwide. The world markets for water and wastewater are growing at high speed. The market is expected to increase to 412.4 Bn. US$ by 2010. China with highest growth rates.
Water Markets Worldwide Business Briefing Conferences 2007/2008
Germany | Posted on June 28th, 2007
Water markets worldwide business briefing conference 2007/2008
The world markets for water and wastewater are growing at high speed. The market volume is expected to increase from 287.0 Bn. US$ in 2004 to 412.4 Bn. US$ by 2010. The biggest investment and fastest development come from China and Southeast Asian Countries, where the quantity and quality of water treatment cannot follow the pace of the economic boom.
In China, Southeast Asian and East European countries, there is large flexibility for water pricing. The privatisation process is running fast there as well, for the water markets there are immature and demand restructure. Yet, pricing and privatisation are also the main influential factors in industrial countries. The private water management is expected to double its market share up to 2010
The highest growth rate comes from the sector of mineral and bottled water, because there are problems in the public drinking water supply like low quality and serious shortage in some regions. Meanwhile high investment and relatively fast growth are expected in the sector of public drinking water supply as well. The problems are not only in the developing countries, but also in industrial countries. Situation of wastewater treatment worldwide are only slightly improved during last years. There are big chances and challenges with the factors such as population development, urbanization and new treatment technology like nanotechnology.
Helmut Kaiser, for over 20 years a leading researcher and strategist for companies and ministries in water markets worldwide will give a business briefing for 2007. Audience invited are all companies, ministries and media/press. The briefing presentation will take 4 hours. There are limited places free for the media and ministries. The cost for the participation and briefing documents, about 250 pages, is 595 Euro or equivalent currency in Dollar or RMB.
About helmut kaiser consultancy
Helmut Kaiser Consultancy - founded in 1980 - elaborates exclusive international strategies, schemes, technology/market studies, and special studies for concerns, small and midsized enterprises, and government agencies. It has a professional team of engineers, economists and scientists from various different fields (biology, physics, and chemistry).
HKC is one of the leading knowledge based companies in Life Science, Environmental Protection, Sustainable Technologies and the State of Science Worldwide and their Developments.
For more information, please click here
Helmut Kaiser Consultancy
D - 72076 Tübingen
Tel: 0049 - (0)7071 - 67001
Fax: 0049 - (0)7071 - 68086
Copyright © helmut kaiser consultancy
If you have a comment, please Contact
Issuers of news releases, not 7th Wave, Inc. or Nanotechnology Now, are solely responsible for the accuracy of the content.
Nano-needles for cells May 25th, 2013
How do cold ions slide May 24th, 2013
Gold nanocrystal vibration captured on billion-frames-per-second film May 23rd, 2013
Glowing Plant Releases Maker Kit, Enabling Anyone to Make a Glowing Plant at Home: Glowing Plant seeks funds via crowdfunding and raises almost $400,000 May 23rd, 2013
Heinrich Rohrer dies at 79; a father of nanotechnology: With IBM colleague Gerd Binnig, Rohrer invented the scanning tunneling microscope, which can show individual atoms on a surface and move them around May 23rd, 2013
IDTechEx launches online Market Intelligence Portal May 23rd, 2013
Whirlpools on the Nanoscale Could Multiply Magnetic Memory: At the Advanced Light Source, Berkeley Lab scientists join an international team to control spin orientation in magnetic nanodisks May 22nd, 2013
UofL scientists uncover how grapefruits provide a secret weapon in medical drug delivery May 22nd, 2013
Bacterial spare parts filter antibiotic residue from groundwater May 22nd, 2013
Study Led by George Washington University Professor Provides Better Understanding of Water’s Freezing Behavior at Nanoscale May 21st, 2013
New Stanford Nanoscavengers Could Usher In Next Generation Water Purification May 15th, 2013
The University of Wyoming uses Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis to characterize nanoparticles in natural environments May 14th, 2013