The industrial wastewater treatment market is predicted to reach $16.60 billion (USD) by 2026, at a CAGR of 5.80%, according to Reports and Data, a market research and consulting company. The study analyzes industrial wastewater treatment, factors affecting market growth and the challenges the industry is facing.
Industrial wastewater treatment involves various procedures to treat the contaminated water produced by industries as a by-product. Once it’s treated, the effluent is reused, released as surface water or released to a sanitary sewer.
Factors Driving The Global Market
The global market is being driven by many factors. One of these is the stringent regulations with regard to emissions and treatment of industrial waste. Another is the depletion of freshwater resources.
Main Sources And Types Of Industrial Wastewater
Some of the main sources of industrial wastewater are textile dyeing, electric power plants, petroleum refining, wood preserving and processing, as well as the food industry.
The wastewater from different industries comes with various types of contaminants, all of which require different strategies for treatment. Acids and alkalis, oil and grease, pesticides, toxic materials like zinc and arsenic, are just some of the contaminants found in industrial wastewater.
There are companies and equipment that specialize in the removal and treatment of these substances. Solvent recyclers and solvent recovery distillation equipment are just two examples. Solvent recycling benefits companies that specialize in printing, fabrication, manufacturing, and various forms of production to make huge strides when it comes to waste disposal efficiency and costs reduction. These recovery … Read More