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Editor’s Note, January 2019
The first annual ‘Municipal Case Studies’ special issue is in your hands. We received an overwhelming response this year, in the form of case-study submissions. Finally, we selected
The global municipal market is still very fragmented. And if we look at the market share, the competition is high with the presence of some heavy-weight companies like WABAG, Suez, and Veolia. The newcomers are also making their presence felt (for example by bidding and even winning some of smaller projects in big-budget government schemes like Namami Gange and Smart Cities in India). They will be able to sustain only with the proper support by the local governments in terms of transparent policies, timely payments, and off-course with the cost-effective digital technologies.
As per the latest Global Outlook of Water Industry report by Frost & Sullivan, the Smart-IoT enabled and digitalized sustainable solutions will be the key growth factors in the water industry. This is highlighted by
The analysts from Technavio have predicted that the global municipal water and wastewater treatment equipment market will register the growth at CAGR of 5% during 2019-2023. They say that the
Some other data says that the Asia-Pacific is expected to have the highest demand for municipal water treatment chemicals. The region is also likely to have the fastest growth.
Clearly, the new digital technologies will assist in the gathering all the data needed for
The 2nd edition of our annual flagship event JAL SABHA 2019 is just around the corner now. This year, we are organizing it from 19-20 February at Taj Fisherman’s Cove resort in Kancheepuram near Chennai. This is an exclusive -by
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