Is De-centralization the Future of Wastewater Treatment Systems?
Regulations for privately-owned wastewater treatment system in the United States are extremely stringent.
Several proponents of de-centralized wastewater treatment facilities are positive about the prospects of the market.
Growth in spending is expected to increase investments in large-scale treatment facilities in medium-sized commercial establishments.
According to the US Census Bureau, opportunities in residential construction are flat and has shown slow historical growth from 2012 through 2014.
The benefits of de-centralization include lower lifetime and real estate costs and a shorter initial set-up time, due their modular, scalable designs.
About this report
The complexity of the wastewater treatment market and its need for cheaper options are urging industry participants to find new concepts. The private sector has key characteristics that can help growth of the residential wastewater treatment market and reduce dependence on a centralized facility. This is a brief insight on the private land development market for de-centralized wastewater treatment systems. It provides an overview of the market including market challenges, drivers, restraints, case studies, and insights on price and competition. It concludes with strategic recommendations.
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