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Frost & Sullivan: Regulatory Pressures to Push Higher Quality Products in CEE Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market

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Frost & Sullivan: Regulatory Pressures to Push Higher Quality Products in CEE Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market PR Newswire LONDON, June 6, 2012 - Manufacturers to develop innovative, cost-effective, environmentally-friendly solutions that meet increasingly stringent legislative requirements LONDON, June 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Central and Eastern European municipal water and wastewater treatment chemicals market offers growth opportunities for a range of chemicals. Demand will be propelled by intensifying legislative pressure from the European Union, supported by government funding, aimed at promoting environment-friendly, water- and energy-saving technologies. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.chemicals.frost.com), Analysis of the CEE Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals Market, finds that the market earned revenues of euro 300.7 million in 2010 and estimates this to reach euro 613.4 million in 2017. "Rising market needs, as well as financial support, mainly from the EU, will create exciting growth potential for manufacturers of municipal water and wastewater treatment chemicals," notes Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Anna Jarosik. "Higher growth is expected in the wastewater treatment chemicals, rather than the water treatment chemicals segment, due to increasing investments into modernising and optimising wastewater treatment process, plants, overall pipelines and their capacities.

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Frost & Sullivan: Regulatory Pressures to Push
Higher Quality Products in CEE Municipal
Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals
Market
PR Newswire
LONDON, June 6, 2012
- Manufacturers to develop innovative, cost-effective,
environmentally-friendly solutions that meet increasingly stringent
legislative requirements
LONDON
,
June 6, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- The Central and Eastern European
municipal water and wastewater treatment chemicals market offers growth
opportunities for a range of chemicals. Demand will be propelled by intensifying
legislative pressure from the European Union, supported by government
funding, aimed at promoting environment-friendly, water- and energy-saving
technologies.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.chemicals.frost.com),
Analysis
of the CEE Municipal Water and Wastewater Treatment Chemicals
Market
, finds that the market earned revenues of euro 300.7 million in 2010
and estimates this to reach euro 613.4 million in 2017.
"Rising market needs, as well as financial support, mainly from the EU, will
create exciting growth potential for manufacturers of municipal water and
wastewater treatment chemicals," notes Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Anna
Jarosik. "Higher growth is expected in the wastewater treatment chemicals,
rather than the water treatment chemicals segment, due to increasing
investments into modernising and optimising wastewater treatment process,
plants, overall pipelines and their capacities."
Water- and energy-saving solutions related to the use of more effective
chemicals as well as technologies may reduce the amounts of water and
wastewater treatment chemicals used. However, this will not result in reduced
prices or lower revenues. Instead, multifunctional chemicals, advanced
equipment and technologies will facilitate growth, due to their enhanced
efficiency and productivity.
Currently, all types of chemicals used in the municipal water and wastewater
treatment segments are required to meet specific certifications regarding
safety, hygiene, and quality. In general, such requirements are likely to become
more stringent and encourage further improvements in all chemicals used by
municipal water and wastewater treatment plants.
"Population growth and urbanisation has resulted in heightened water
consumption, water re-use and further quality improvements even while
wastewater production has been rising rapidly each year," remarks Jarosik.
"This has created greater need for both water and wastewater treatment, and
thus for chemicals such as pH conditioners, coagulants, flocculants,
disinfectants and biocides plus scale and corrosion inhibiting agents, antifoam
as well as colour, odour and taste control chemicals."
The market, therefore, offers exciting growth potential for a range of