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The municipal reuse market is undoubtedly growing – it is estimated that major proposed reuse schemes are currently worth over 1 billion US dollars. Population growth, increasing urbanisation, the decreasing costs of producing recycled water and the dependability of supply have all led to a rapid expansion in reuse facilities.

 

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Description

Reuse – one of the fastest growing investment areas in water

The municipal reuse market is undoubtedly growing – it is estimated that major proposed reuse schemes are currently worth over 1 billion US dollars. Population growth, increasing urbanisation, the decreasing costs of producing recycled water and the dependability of supply have all led to a rapid expansion in reuse facilities.

As water scarcity increases its profile on government and public agendas and acceptance of recycled water as a potable source becomes the norm, there will be ever increasing opportunities on offer. This in-depth market intelligence report enables you to understand the current extent of the reuse market in every region, to predict the future shape and size of the market and gives you all the detailed information you need to capitalize on the business which will become available over the next decade.

This comperensive report covers the analysis of the following areas:

A.) Technologies and applications

Global Water Intelligence and PUB consultants from Singapore have joined together to publish Municipal Water Reuse Markets 2010 with the aim of presenting an independent, critical analysis and forecast. After giving an overview of the current size and shape of the market, we review the technologies used to treat wastewater from municipal facilities, taking a thorough look at the advantages and disadvantages of each technology and what the resulting effluent can be used for. We outline the different scales of water reuse facilities, look at historical and future trends of treatment technologies and preview future areas of research.

B.) The economics of water reuse

We then examine the economics of water reuse, providing an overview of the economic framework and analysing demand and supply side drivers and the pricing of reclaimed water. We show you the benefits and the costs, give you guidelines for estimating and pricing as well as looking at the different models of financing which are currently in place. This will enable you to decide whether it makes business sense to recycle wastewater or not.

C.) Reuse market – the future

Having painted a picture of the current state of the market, we move on to show you what opportunities lie ahead. Our market forecasts encompass:

• Global capacity forecast

• Global capital expenditure forecast

• Global operating expenditure forecast

D.) Country-by-country profiles

We then look at the 23 most relevant countries in detail, giving an overview of the current and future challenges, outlining the government’s water strategy and the water sector structure, analysing the way water is financed and showing you the developments in water reuse. Each country has different procurement methods, project structures, regulations and market structures - we provide you with the information you need to negotiate each country successfully.

We also present market forecast data for each country including growth in water reuse capacities, capital and operating expenditure over the next decade. This gives you the complete picture of each country as well as well as our expert opinion of future growth which you can use to plan your business in the region over the next decade.

All the topics are illustrated with tables, charts and graphs, giving you a complete picture of the country’s involvement in the reuse sector. Each country section also includes an invaluable set of case studies (there are over 70 in total) which you can use to supplement the experiences of your own company.

E.) Company Profiles

To enhance your regional knowledge further we include details of the local engineering companies in each country. Amongst other information we include contact details, market position, strategy and financial performance for the companies working on the ground. In combination with the insight from the country profiles, this knowledge puts you in a position of strength from which to grow your business in any individual market.

F.) Water Reuse Inventory

For the first time in this report we are publishing the GWI/PUB Reuse inventory, which contains details on over 2,600 existing reuse facilities. For each facility we include details of location, name, peak flow capacity, online date, plant status, user category, reuse application and project owner amongst other categories. This inventory is not available anywhere else and was researched from scratch by a team of analysts. It gives you clear insight into where the opportunities in the market lie and means that you can do your own country-by-country and regional analysis based on raw data.

G.) Forward water reuse project list

We include project tracking information on 140 proposed facilities, so that you can see what and who is involved before the projects go to tender. This enables you to plan the future of your company with confidence, and in many cases will give you direct sales leads. This sort of competitive advantage can’t be underestimated, especially in the current economic climate.

H.) Countries covered include:

Algeria
Australia
China
Cyprus
Egypt
Greece
India
Israel
Italy
Japan
Kuwait
Mexico
Morocco
Namibia
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Singapore
Spain
Syria
Tunisia
UAE
USA

Table Of Contents
• Foreword
• Executive summary
• Overview

1. Introduction to water reuse
1.1 What is water reuse?
1.2 Terminology used in this report
1.3 Constituents in untreated municipal wastewater
1.4 Secondary treatment technologies
1.4.1 Non membrane processes
1.4.1.1 Suspended growth
Activated sludge
1.4.1.2 Attached growth
Trickling filters
Rotating ciological contractors
1.4.1.3 Hybrid process
1.4.1.4 Lagoons
Waste stabilization pond
1.4.1.5 Nutrient removal in secondary non-membrane processes
1.4.2 Membrane processes
1.4.2.1 Comparison of membrane and non-membrane systems for secondary wastewater treatment
1.5 Tertiary treatment technologies
1.5.1 Depth filtration
1.5.2 Surface filtration
1.5.3 Membrane filtration
1.5.4 Microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF)
1.5.5 Dissolved air flotation (DAF)
1.6 Advanced treatment
1.6.1 Technologies used for the removal of dissolved solids
1.6.1.1 Nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis (RO)
1.6.1.2 Electrodialysis
1.6.2 Technologies used for the removal of trace constituents
1.7 Mass transfer separation processes
1.7.1 Adsorption
1.7.2 Ion exchange
1.7.3 Distillation
1.7.3.1 Multiple-effect evaporation (MEE)
1.7.3.2 Multistage flush evaporation (MFE)
1.7.3.3 Vapor compression distillation
1.8 Chemical and biological transformation and destruction processes
Municipal Water Reuse Markets 2010
1.8.1 Chemical oxidation
1.8.1.1 Conventional chemical oxidation
1.8.1.2 Advanced oxidation process (AOP)
1.8.2 Photolysis
1.8.3 Advanced biological transformations
1.8.3.1 Biological activated carbon
1.8.3.2 Membrane biofilm reactor
1.9 Disinfection technologies
1.9.1 Chlorine and related compounds
1.9.2 Ozone
1.9.3 Ultaviolet (UV) radiation
1.10 Issues in the selection of technologies for water reuse
1.11 Scale of water reuse facilities
1.11.1 Centralised treatment facilities
1.11.2 Satellite treatment facilities
1.11.3 Decentralised treatment facilities
1.12 Historical and future trends in water reuse

2. The economics of water reuse
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Framework
2.3 Benefits
2.4 Cost
2.5 Price sensitivity analysis
2.6 Financing water reuse
2.6.1 Developed countries
2.6.2 Developing countries

3. Global Reuse Markets Forecast
3.1 Framework
3.2 Global capacity forecast
3.3 Global capital expenditure forecast
3.4 Global operating expenditure forecast

The Americas
4. Mexico
4.1 Key indicators
4.1.1 General
4.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
4.2 Introduction
4.3 Overview of challenges
4.4 Government’s water strategy
4.5 Water sector structure
4.5.1 Water regulatory environment Sample
4.5.2 Water financing environment
4.6 The economics of water
4.6.1 Water supply
4.6.2 Water demand
4.6.3 Price of water
4.7 Developments in water reuse
4.8 Water reuse technologies
4.9 The economics of water reuse
4.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
4.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
4.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
4.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
4.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
4.12 Mexico water reuse market forecast
4.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
4.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
4.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
4.13 Case studies in water reuse
4.13.1 Case study 1
4.13.2 Case study 2
4.13.3 Case study 3

5. United States of America
5.1 Key indicators
5.1.1 General
5.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
5.2 Introduction
5.3 Overview of challenges
5.4 Government’s water strategy
5.5 Water sector structure
5.5.1 Water regulatory environment
5.5.2 Water financing environment
5.6 The economics of water
5.6.1 Water supply
5.6.2 Water demand
5.6.3 Price of water
5.7 Developments in water reuse
5.8 Water reuse technologies
5.9 The economics of water reuse
5.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
5.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
5.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
5.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
5.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities Sample
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5.12 USA water reuse market forecast
5.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
5.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
5.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
5.13 Case studies in water reuse
5.13.1 Case study 1
5.13.2 Case study 2
5.13.3 Case study 3

Europe
6. Cyprus
6.1 Key indicators
6.1.1 General
6.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
6.2 Introduction
6.3 Overview of challenges
6.4 Government’s water strategy
6.5 Water sector structure
6.5.1 Water regulatory environment
6.5.2 Water financing environment
6.6 The economics of water
6.6.1 Water supply
6.6.2 Water demand
6.6.3 Price of water
6.7 Developments in water reuse
6.8 Water reuse technologies
6.9 The economics of water reuse
6.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
6.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
6.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
6.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
6.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
6.12 Cyprus water reuse market forecast
6.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
6.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
6.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
6.13 Case studies in water reuse
6.13.1 Case study 1
6.13.2 Case study 2
6.13.3 Case study 3

7. Greece
7.1 Key indicators
7.1.1 General
7.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
7.2 Introduction
7.3 Overview of challenges
7.4 Government’s water strategy
7.5 Water sector structure
7.5.1 Water regulatory environment
7.5.2 Water financing environment
7.6 The economics of water
7.6.1 Water supply
7.6.2 Water demand
7.6.3 Price of water
7.7 Developments in water reuse
7.8 Water reuse technologies
7.9 The economics of water reuse
7.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
7.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
7.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
7.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
7.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
7.12 Greece water reuse market forecast
7.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
7.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
7.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
7.13 Case studies in water reuse
7.13.1 Case study 1
7.13.2 Case study 2
7.13.3 Case study 3

8. Italy
8.1 Key indicators
8.1.1 General
8.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
8.2 Introduction
8.3 Overview of challenges
8.4 Government’s water strategy
8.5 Water sector structure
8.5.1 Water regulatory environment
8.5.2 Water financing environment
8.6 The economics of water
8.6.1 Water supply
8.6.2 Water demand
8.6.3 Price of water
8.7 Developments in water reuse
8.8 Water reuse technologies Sample
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8.9 The economics of water reuse
8.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
8.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
8.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
8.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
8.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
8.12 Italy water reuse market forecast
8.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
8.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
8.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
8.13 Case studies in water reuse
8.13.1 Case study 1
8.13.2 Case study 2
8.13.3 Case study 3

9. Spain
9.1 Key indicators
9.1.1 General
9.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
9.2 Introduction
9.3 Overview of challenges
9.4 Government’s water strategy
9.5 Water sector structure
9.5.1 Water regulatory environment
9.5.2 Water financing environment
9.6 The economics of water
9.6.1 Water supply
9.6.2 Water demand
9.6.3 Price of water
9.7 Developments in water reuse
9.8 Water reuse technologies
9.9 The economics of water reuse
9.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
9.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
9.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
9.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
9.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
9.12 Spain water reuse market forecast
9.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
9.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
9.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
9.13 Case studies in water reuse
9.13.1 Case study 1
9.13.2 Case study 2
9.13.3 Case study 3

The Middle East and Africa
10. Algeria
10.1 Key indicators
10.1.1 General
10.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
10.2 Introduction
10.3 Overview of challenges
10.4 Government’s water strategy
10.5 Water sector structure
10.5.1 Water regulatory environment
10.5.2 Water financing environment
10.6 The economics of water
10.6.1 Water supply
10.6.2 Water demand
10.6.3 Price of water
10.7 Developments in water reuse
10.8 Water reuse technologies
10.9 The economics of water reuse
10.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
10.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
10.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
10.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
10.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
10.12 Algeria water reuse market forecast
10.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
10.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
10.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
10.13 Case studies in water reuse
10.13.1 Case study 1
10.13.2 Case study 2
10.13.3 Case study 3

11. Egypt
11.1 Key indicators
11.1.1 General
11.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
11.2 Introduction
11.3 Overview of challenges
11.4 Government’s water strategy
11.5 Water sector structure
11.5.1 Water regulatory environment
11.5.2 Water financing environment Sample
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11.6 The economics of water
11.6.1 Water supply
11.6.2 Water demand
11.6.3 Price of water
11.7 Developments in water reuse
11.8 Water reuse technologies
11.9 The economics of water reuse
11.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
11.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
11.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
11.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
11.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
11.12 Egypt water reuse market forecast
11.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
11.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
11.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
11.13 Case studies in water reuse
11.13.1 Case study 1
11.13.2 Case study 2
11.13.3 Case study 3

12. Israel
12.1 Key indicators
12.1.1 General
12.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
12.2 Introduction
12.3 Overview of challenges
12.4 Government’s water strategy
12.5 Water sector structure
12.5.1 Water regulatory environment
12.5.2 Water financing environment
12.6 The economics of water
12.6.1 Water supply
12.6.2 Water demand
12.6.3 Price of water
12.7 Developments in water reuse
12.8 Water reuse technologies
12.9 The economics of water reuse
12.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
12.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
12.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
12.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
12.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
12.12 Israel water reuse market forecast Sample
12.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
12.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
12.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
12.13 Case studies in water reuse
12.13.1 Case study 1
12.13.2 Case study 2
12.13.3 Case study 3

13. Kuwait
13.1 Key indicators
13.1.1 General
13.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
13.2 Introduction
13.3 Overview of challenges
13.4 Government’s water strategy
13.5 Water sector structure
13.5.1 Water regulatory environment
13.5.2 Water financing environment
13.6 The economics of water
13.6.1 Water supply
13.6.2 Water demand
13.6.3 Price of water
13.7 Developments in water reuse
13.8 Water reuse technologies
13.9 The economics of water reuse
13.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
13.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
13.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
13.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
13.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
13.12 Kuwait water reuse market forecast
13.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
13.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
13.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
13.13 Case studies in water reuse
13.13.1 Case study 1
13.13.2 Case study 2
13.13.3 Case study 3

14. Morocco
14.1 Key indicators
14.1.1 General
14.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
14.2 Introduction
Municipal Water Reuse Markets 2010
14.3 Overview of challenges
14.4 Government’s water strategy
14.5 Water sector structure
14.5.1 Water regulatory environment
14.5.2 Water financing environment
14.6 The economics of water
14.6.1 Water supply
14.6.2 Water demand
14.6.3 Price of water
14.7 Developments in water reuse
14.8 Water reuse technologies
14.9 The economics of water reuse
14.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
14.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
14.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
14.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
14.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
14.12 Morocco water reuse market forecast
14.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
14.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
14.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
14.13 Case studies in water reuse
14.13.1 Case study 1
14.13.2 Case study 2
14.13.3 Case study 3

15. Namibia
15.1 Key indicators
15.1.1 General
15.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
15.2 Introduction
15.3 Overview of challenges
15.4 Government’s water strategy
15.5 Water sector structure
15.5.1 Water regulatory environment
15.5.2 Water financing environment
15.6 The economics of water
15.6.1 Water supply
15.6.2 Water demand
15.6.3 Price of water
15.7 Developments in water reuse
15.8 Water reuse technologies
15.9 The economics of water reuse
15.9.1 Reclaimed water supply Sample
15.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
15.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
15.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
15.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
15.12 Namibia water reuse market forecast
15.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
15.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
15.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
15.13 Case studies in water reuse
15.13.1 Case study 1
15.13.2 Case study 2
15.13.3 Case study 3

16. Oman
16.1 Key indicators
16.1.1 General
16.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
16.2 Introduction
16.3 Overview of challenges
16.4 Government’s water strategy
16.5 Water sector structure
16.5.1 Water regulatory environment
16.5.2 Water financing environment
16.6 The economics of water
16.6.1 Water supply
16.6.2 Water demand
16.6.3 Price of water
16.7 Developments in water reuse
16.8 Water reuse technologies
16.9 The economics of water reuse
16.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
16.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
16.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
16.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
16.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
16.12 Oman water reuse market forecast
16.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
16.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
16.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
16.13 Case studies in water reuse
16.13.1 Case study 1
16.13.2 Case study 2
16.13.3 Case study 3

17. Saudi Arabia
17.1 Key indicators
17.1.1 General
17.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
17.2 Introduction
17.3 Overview of challenges
17.4 Government’s water strategy
17.5 Water sector structure
17.5.1 Water regulatory environment
17.5.2 Water financing environment
17.6 The economics of water
17.6.1 Water supply
17.6.2 Water demand
17.6.3 Price of water
17.7 Developments in water reuse
17.8 Water reuse technologies
17.9 The economics of water reuse
17.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
17.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
17.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
17.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
17.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
17.12 Saudi Arabia water reuse market forecast
17.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
17.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
17.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
17.13 Case studies in water reuse
17.13.1 Case study 1
17.13.2 Case study 2
17.13.3 Case study 3

18. Syria
18.1 Key indicators
18.1.1 General
18.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
18.2 Introduction
18.3 Overview of challenges
18.4 Government’s water strategy
18.5 Water sector structure
18.5.1 Water regulatory environment
18.5.2 Water financing environment
18.6 The economics of water
18.6.1 Water supply
18.6.2 Water demand
18.6.3 Price of water
18.7 Developments in water reuse
18.8 Water reuse technologies
18.9 The economics of water reuse
18.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
18.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
18.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
18.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
18.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
18.12 Syria water reuse market forecast
18.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
18.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
18.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
18.13 Case studies in water reuse
18.13.1 Case study 1
18.13.2 Case study 2
18.13.3 Case study 3

19. Tunisia
19.1 Key indicators
19.1.1 General
19.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
19.2 Introduction
19.3 Overview of challenges
19.4 Government’s water strategy
19.5 Water sector structure
19.5.1 Water regulatory environment
19.5.2 Water financing environment
19.6 The economics of water
19.6.1 Water supply
19.6.2 Water demand
19.6.3 Price of water
19.7 Developments in water reuse
19.8 Water reuse technologies
19.9 The economics of water reuse
19.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
19.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
19.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
19.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
19.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
19.12 Tunisia water reuse market forecast
19.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
19.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
19.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
19.13 Case studies in water reuse Sample
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19.13.1 Case study 1
19.13.2 Case study 2
19.13.3 Case study 3

20. United Arab Emirates
20.1 Key indicators
20.1.1 General
20.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
20.2 Introduction
20.3 Overview of challenges
20.4 Government’s water strategy
20.5 Water sector structure
20.5.1 Water regulatory environment
20.5.2 Water financing environment
20.6 The economics of water
20.6.1 Water supply
20.6.2 Water demand
20.6.3 Price of water
20.7 Developments in water reuse
20.8 Water reuse technologies
20.9 The economics of water reuse
20.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
20.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
20.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
20.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
20.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
20.12 UAE water reuse market forecast
20.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
20.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
20.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
20.13 Case studies in water reuse
20.13.1 Case study 1
20.13.2 Case study 2
20.13.3 Case study 3

21. Qatar
21.1 Key indicators
21.1.1 General
21.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
21.2 Introduction
21.3 Overview of challenges
21.4 Government’s water strategy
21.5 Water sector structure
21.5.1 Water regulatory environment Sample
21.5.2 Water financing environment
21.6 The economics of water
21.6.1 Water supply
21.6.2 Water demand
21.6.3 Price of water
21.7 Developments in water reuse
21.8 Water reuse technologies
21.9 The economics of water reuse
21.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
21.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
21.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
21.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
21.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
21.12 Qatar water reuse market forecast
21.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
21.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
21.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
21.13 Case studies in water reuse
21.13.1 Case study 1
21.13.2 Case study 2
21.13.3 Case study 3

Asia and Oceania
22. Australia
22.1 Key indicators
22.1.1 General
22.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
22.2 Introduction
22.3 Overview of challenges
22.4 Government’s water strategy
22.5 Water sector structure
22.5.1 Water regulatory environment
22.5.2 Water financing environment
22.6 The economics of water
22.6.1 Water supply
22.6.2 Water demand
22.6.3 Price of water
22.7 Developments in water reuse
22.8 Water reuse technologies
22.9 The economics of water reuse
22.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
22.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
22.9.3 Price of reclaimed water Sample
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22.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
22.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
22.12 Australia water reuse market forecast
22.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
22.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
22.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
22.13 Case studies in water reuse
22.13.1 Case study 1
22.13.2 Case study 2
22.13.3 Case study 3

23. China
23.1 Key indicators
23.1.1 General
23.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
23.2 Introduction
23.3 Overview of challenges
23.4 Government’s water strategy
23.5 Water sector structure
23.5.1 Water regulatory environment
23.5.2 Water financing environment
23.6 The economics of water
23.6.1 Water supply
23.6.2 Water demand
23.6.3 Price of water
23.7 Developments in water reuse
23.8 Water reuse technologies
23.9 The economics of water reuse
23.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
23.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
23.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
23.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
23.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
23.12 China water reuse market forecast
23.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
23.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
23.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
23.13 Case studies in water reuse
23.13.1 Case study 1
23.13.2 Case study 2
23.13.3 Case study 3

24. India
24.1 Key indicators
24.1.1 General
24.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
24.2 Introduction
24.3 Overview of challenges
24.4 Government’s water strategy
24.5 Water sector structure
24.5.1 Water regulatory environment
24.5.2 Water financing environment
24.6 The economics of water
24.6.1 Water supply
24.6.2 Water demand
24.6.3 Price of water
24.7 Developments in water reuse
24.8 Water reuse technologies
24.9 The economics of water reuse
24.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
24.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
24.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
24.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
24.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
24.12 India water reuse market forecast
24.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
24.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
24.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
24.13 Case studies in water reuse
24.13.1 Case study 1
24.13.2 Case study 2
24.13.3 Case study 3

25. Japan
25.1 Key indicators
25.1.1 General
25.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
25.2 Introduction
25.3 Overview of challenges
25.4 Government’s water strategy
25.5 Water sector structure
25.5.1 Water regulatory environment
25.5.2 Water financing environment
25.6 The economics of water
25.6.1 Water supply
25.6.2 Water demand
25.6.3 Price of water
25.7 Developments in water reuse Sample
Municipal Water Reuse Markets 2010
25.8 Water reuse technologies
25.9 The economics of water reuse
25.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
25.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
25.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
25.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
25.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
25.12 Japan water reuse market forecast
25.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
25.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
25.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
25.13 Case studies in water reuse
25.13.1 Case study 1
25.13.2 Case study 2
25.13.3 Case study 3

26. Singapore
26.1 Key indicators
26.1.1 General
26.1.2 Water resources and sources of demand
26.2 Introduction
26.3 Overview of challenges
26.4 Government’s water strategy
26.5 Water sector structure
26.5.1 Water regulatory environment
26.5.2 Water financing environment
26.6 The economics of water
26.6.1 Water supply
26.6.2 Water demand
26.6.3 Price of water
26.7 Developments in water reuse
26.8 Water reuse technologies
26.9 The economics of water reuse
26.9.1 Reclaimed water supply
26.9.2 Reclaimed water demand
26.9.3 Price of reclaimed water
26.10 Summary of water reuse facilities
26.11 Proposed water reuse projects and opportunities
26.12 Singapore water reuse market forecast
26.12.1 Water reuse capacity forecast
26.12.2 Water reuse capital expenditure forecast
26.12.3 Water reuse operating expenditure forecast
26.13 Case studies in water reuse
26.13.1 Case study 1
26.13.2 Case study 2
26.13.3 Case study 3

Appendix A: Methodology
Selection criteria for countries
Selection criteria for water reuse projects in inventory
Selection criteria for water reuse projects in tracker
Selection criteria for case studies
Market forecasting methodology
Capacity
Cost

Appendix B: References

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