Growth Opportunities in the Global Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Systems Market, Forecast to 2024

Hybrid ZLD Technologies Coupled with IoT Solutions will Substantially Improve Energy Efficiency
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Published: 20 Sep 2018

Freshwater scarcity is one of the most critical challenges faced by industries, and is posing a major threat to the environment, water security, and economic growth. To meet the demand for freshwater, industries are increasingly employing recovery and wastewater recycling. Compared to conventional wastewater treatment methods, zero liquid discharge (ZLD) is an expensive, yet highly efficient treatment process. It eliminates any toxic liquid waste, and recovers the majority of water for reuse. Furthermore, it maximizes efficiency in water usage, bringing a balance between the use of freshwater and protecting the environment from pollution. The Circular Economy package includes specific proposals to amend the EU’s waste legislation, improve waste management practices, stimulate recycling and innovation in materials management, and limit the use of landfilling. This study provides an in-depth insight into the ZLD systems market across the globe, focusing on technologies such as membrane systems, brine concentrators, and evaporators that are deployed to effectively treat different complex wastewater streams. It gives an overview of the challenges and types of existing and potential ZLD technologies to tackle them. The market is slowly trying to adopt smart solutions such as Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven operation and control to significantly improve energy efficiency. Disruptive technologies, macro to micro visioning scenarios, and market forecasts by region are analyzed to provide an overall understanding of the dominant segment and technology. The study also examines innovative financial models, the role of smart solutions, as well as customer-focused and other value added-services that help readers know more about the market.

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