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View: The driving force behind the continuing improvement and upgrade of Poland's water sector isthe need to meet the EU regulations on environmental competency. The country, therefore, is stronglyfocused on sustainable water usage as well as on maintaining the relatively low number of resourcesavailable. The main areas of growth have been wastewater treatment, including reducing pollution levels ofwater supplies, along with ensuring greater numbers have access to water while limiting wastage. It isevident that Poland still has need of much more growth and development within the sector, ensuring a veryattractive period for interested investors. Poland's water sector is focused on maintaining its limitedrecourses and promoting sustainable water usage as it attempts to comply with EU regulations onenvironmental competency. Wastewater treatment and reducing water pollution are areas that have seen alot of investment as well as expanding access to water supplies and increasing efficiency. Muchimprovement and growth is still needed within the sector providing abundant opportunity for investment.There is currently only a small number of private companies within the Polish water sector which hastraditionally been largely state owned and run. This is set to change, however, as the governmentimplements plans to privatise the sector, with the hope that this will spark an influx of investment, domesticand international. As these new bodies strive to develop existing infrastructure as well as improve theefficiency of Polish water treatment and distribution, investment opportunities will become more attractive.
Industry View 7SWOT 9Political 11Economic 12Business Environment 13Industry Forecast 14Water Extraction 14Water Consumption 15Table: Poland Water Consumption, 2012-2018 16Water Treatment & Sanitation 16Table: Poland Water Treatment, 2012-2018 18Table: Poland Water Sanitation, 2012-2018 19Industry Risk Reward Ratings 20Table: Europe Water Risk and Reward Ratings 20 Rewards 20Risks 21Market Overview 22Water Supply and Consumption 22Water Distribution 23Water Treatment & Sanitation 25Regulations and Tariffs 26Industry Trends And Developments 28Table: Poland Water Sector Projects 30Competitive Landscape 31Government Ministries 31National Water Management Authority 31The National Council for Water Management 32Regional Water Management Boards 32Public Water Management Companies 32Global Industry Overview 33Demographic Forecast 36Table: Poland's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000) 37Table: Poland's Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total) 38Table: Poland's Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020 39Table: Poland's Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020 39Methodology 40Industry Forecast Methodology 40Sources 42Risk/Reward Ratings Methodology 42Table: Water Risk/Reward Rating Indicators 43Table: Weighting of Indicators (%) 44