Water Today’s Water Expo—Delhi Edition
We are delighted to announce that Water Today’s Water Expo–Delhi Edition will be held from 24th, 25th & 26th June 2020 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
The event will exclusively focus on emerging technologies in the water & wastewater sector, collaboration and consolidation of public-private sector players, along with regulatory, technical and financial challenges faced by the industry.
Increasing urban population and rising per-capita consumption is driving the demand for water. Augmented demand for energy and rise in manufacturing industries has promoted the development of water treatment industry. The government policies and initiatives have created the necessities for water management infrastructure.
Given these fact, water sector is likely to see an investment of US$13bn from overseas companies coupled with the government support to promote infrastructure development in the next few years. Further, India’s industrial water & waste water treatment market is expected to reach Rs 164 billion by 2022. The growth will be mainly driven by strict implementation of regulatory norms and scarcity of water promoting the industries to use recycled water.
Future for industrial water and waste water treatment is very much regulation driven and degree of implementation of existing or upcoming regulation will act as the key driver of the market. Thus, Water Expo will provide the largest business and marketing platform to bring together major water & wastewater companies, government bodies, project companies and turnkey solution providers under one roof.
- Waste water Treatment Equipment
- Clean Water Supply to Rural & Urban Areas
- Zero Liquid Discharge
- Non Revenue Water
- Water Transportation
- Water Treatment Equipment
- Process Control Instrumentation
- Membrane Separation
- Biological Equipment
- Sludge Dewatering
- Drinking Water
- Process Water
- Rainwater Harvesting
- Filtration Systems
- Pumps & Valves
- The Indian market for wastewater treatment plants is heavily fragmented with almost half of the market share being held by small and mid-sized domestic players. Besides, continuous investment in water and wastewater improvement has created ample opportunities for water treatment equipment technology in India.
- The Planning Commission, Government of India has estimated increase in water demand to 1,180 BCM (billion cubic meters) in 2050 with domestic and industrial water consumption expected to increase ~2.5 times in next three decades.
- Industries are facing stiff competition from agriculture and domestic demand for freshwater resources, industrial units are being forced to reuse wastewater and resort to zero liquid discharge owing to high discharge volumes. Discover which areas have an urgent need for water reuse and desalination.
- In Indian cities, the non revenue water is estimated to vary between 30 per cent and 50 per cent, which will lead to introduction of new metering solutions, equipment and automated processes to assess, monitor and control NRW. Metering, instrumentation, equipment supply has a business potential of around $32 billion in India.
- Potential business case to tap unaccounted for water in Indian cities caused due to leakage and wastage, 80 per cent of this occurs in the distribution system and consumer ends.
- While Industries are facing stiff competition from agriculture and domestic demand for freshwater resources, industrial units are being forced to reuse wastewater and resort to zero liquid discharge owing to high discharge volumes. Discover which areas have an urgent need for water reuse and desalination.
- The demand for Water is expected to be highest in the Southern states followed by the west. Cities along river coasts are expected to emerge as new hubs with highest growth potential. Demand is expected to rise in Zero Liquid Discharge segment as strict regulations regarding water discharge and conservation comes into play.
- Upcoming and capacity expansion of existing water and wastewater treatment plants offer an opportunity of $100 bn.