Water and Wastewater Management Market in India 2014

 Published On: Feb, 2014 |    No of Pages: 153 |  Published By: Netscribes (India) Pvt. Ltd | Format: PDF
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Water and Wastewater Management Market in India 2014 deliberates on the current disparity between demand and supply of usable water and mentions that wastewater management can be revolutionary, given its economic benefits and significance as a strategy for catering to the poor. In India, large volumes of wastewater that are discharged in an unprocessed manner by industries, enter the human chain and result in outbreak of water-borne diseases, contaminated water-related deaths and environmental degradation. While various policies are being drafted by the government to foster economic growth, an essential ingredient for progress of a country lies in mitigating water related woes and efficient water management. The report discusses India’s current water condition and its wastewater treatment framework. While growing urban population and heavy rainfall calling for proper rainwater harvesting hints at wastewater treatment being a necessity, the prevalent truth is that India is lagging with regard to wastewater management.

Even the government’s Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-2017) states that an economic growth of 8-9% is possible only if water related requirements of the growing population are met. Although the industry is still at a nascent stage, government and industry bodies are increasingly looking at strategic policies to build more treatment plants and thereby, reduce wastewater and related environmental degradation.

Slide 1: Executive Summary

Macroeconomic Indicators
Slide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Jun 2013 – Nov 2013)
Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Feb 2013 – Jul 2013), Exchange Rate: Half Yearly (Aug 2013 – Jan 2014)
Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12), Trade Balance: Annual (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13), FDI: Annual (2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13)

India’s Water Situation
Slide 5: Water – An Indian Overview
Slide 6: Water Bodies Under Threat, Lakes Under Threat

Introduction
Slide 7: Indian Water Quality Standards
Slide 8-9: Primary Parameter Standards
Slide 10-11: Water and Wastewater Management

Sectoral Demand for Water
Slide 12-14: Current Water Usage Pattern in India and Water Resources Demand Projections
Slide 15: Agriculture Sector
Slide 16-17: Industrial Sector
Slide 18: Domestic Sector

Market Overview
Slide 19: Untreated Wastewater Generation
Slide 12-13: Sewage Treatment Capacity
Slide 14-15: Effluent and Sewage Waste Treatment Scenario
Slide 16: Water and Wastewater Management Industry in India – Timeline
Slide 17-18: Water and Wastewater Management – Market Overview, Market Size (Value-Wise; 2013-2018e), Wastewater Treatment Demand (2012)
Slide 19: Business Models
Slide 20: Value Chain Analysis
Slide 21: Retrofitting
Slide 22: Financial Benefits of Water Conservation Interventions

Wastewater Treatment Techniques
Slide 23: Summary
Slide 24-34: Wastewater Treatment Techniques

Drivers & Challenges
Slide 35: Drivers and Challenges – Summary
Slide 36-43: Drivers
Slide 44-47: Challenges

Government Bodies and Initiatives
Slide 48-59: Major Government Bodies and Initiatives

Recent Developments
Slide 60: Recent Developments – Summary
Slide 61-75: Major Trends in the Market

Competitive Landscape
Slide 76: Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Slide 77: Major Players – Summary
Slide 78-82: Competitive Benchmarking (FY 2013)
Slide 83-114: Major Public Players
Slide 115-144: Major Private Players
Slide 145: Other Players

Market Entry
Slide 146-147: PESTEL Analysis
Slide 148-149: Strategic Recommendations
Slide 150: Strategic Solutions
Slide 151: Purchase Attributes

Appendix
Slide 152: Key Ratios Description
Slide 153: Sources of Information


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