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(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160303/792302 ) Browse 63 market data tables and 42 figures spread through 142 pages and in-depth TOC on  "Zero Liquid Discharge Systems Market" http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/zero-liquid-discharge-system-market-214039545.html Early buyers will receive 10% customization on this report. Major drivers in the market include the implementation of stringent environmental regulations and water scarcity across the globe. In addition, rising concerns over the disposal of brine concentrates into oceans is expected to drive the zero liquid discharge systems market. Based on system, the conventional ZLD system segment is projected to lead the zero liquid discharge systems market during the forecast period Based on system, the conventional ZLD system segment led the zero liquid discharge systems market in 2015. This growth can be attributed to strict environmental regulations that have forced small-to-large companies to install zero liquid discharge systems. The conventional ZLD system has a standard process for the treatment of effluents and sludge and hence is a widely adopted ZLD system due to its economical nature. Conventional ZLD systems are majorly used across end-use industries for low to medium flowrate effluent plants. Based on process, the pretreatment segment is projected to lead the zero liquid discharge systems market during the forecast period Based on process, the pretreatment segment led the zero liquid discharge systems market in 2015 owing to the rising need to treat effluents to eliminate contaminants present in the wastewater prior to its further processing through zero liquid discharge systems. This process involves chemical and/or biological treatment that treats the effluent for further process. The biological treatment method is majorly opted for by end-use industries, such as food & beverages, and pharmaceuticals to treat effluents, whereas the chemical treatment method is majorly adopted in industries, such as energy & power, chemicals & petrochemicals, and textiles, among others. Zero liquid discharge systems are widely used in the energy & power end-use industry Based on end-use industry, the energy & power end-use industry segment led the zero liquid discharge systems market in 2015. This growth can be attributed to the rising demand from the North America and Europe regions, as these regions have a high number of energy & power plants producing large volumes of produced water and effluents. Zero liquid discharge systems in the energy & power end-use industry are used in power plants, oil refineries, and coal-to-chemical plants, among others. Growth in the energy & power end-use industry is expected to lead to an increase in the demand for zero liquid discharge systems. North America is the largest market for zero liquid discharge systems The North America region was the largest market for zero liquid discharge systems in 2015 and is expected to continue to lead in the coming years. This region is witnessing a high demand for zero liquid discharge systems from various end-use industries such as energy & power, chemicals & petrochemicals, food & beverages, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and semiconductors & electronics. Employment of stringent environmental regulations by countries such as the U.S. and Canada among others, especially in the energy & power end-use industry, have led to an increase in the demand for zero liquid discharge systems in the region. Key players in the zero liquid discharge systems market are Aquatech International LLC (U.S.), GE Water Process & Technologies (U.S.), Veolia Water Technologies (France), GEA Group (Germany), Praj Industries Ltd. (India), H2O GmbH (Germany), U.S. Water Services (U.S.), Aquarion AG (Switzerland), Doosan Hydro Technology LLC (U.S.), Petro Sep Corporation (Canada), IDE Technologies (Israel), Degremont Technologies Ltd. (Switzerland), Oasys Water, Inc. (U.S.), and Saltworks Technologies Inc. (Canada), among others. 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News Article | May 24, 2017
Site: www.prnewswire.com

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160303/792302 ) Browse 63 market data tables and 42 figures spread through 142 pages and in-depth TOC on  "Zero Liquid Discharge Systems Market" http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/zero-liquid-discharge-system-market-214039545.html Early buyers will receive 10% customization on this report. Major drivers in the market include the implementation of stringent environmental regulations and water scarcity across the globe. In addition, rising concerns over the disposal of brine concentrates into oceans is expected to drive the zero liquid discharge systems market. Based on system, the conventional ZLD system segment is projected to lead the zero liquid discharge systems market during the forecast period Based on system, the conventional ZLD system segment led the zero liquid discharge systems market in 2015. This growth can be attributed to strict environmental regulations that have forced small-to-large companies to install zero liquid discharge systems. The conventional ZLD system has a standard process for the treatment of effluents and sludge and hence is a widely adopted ZLD system due to its economical nature. Conventional ZLD systems are majorly used across end-use industries for low to medium flowrate effluent plants. Based on process, the pretreatment segment is projected to lead the zero liquid discharge systems market during the forecast period Based on process, the pretreatment segment led the zero liquid discharge systems market in 2015 owing to the rising need to treat effluents to eliminate contaminants present in the wastewater prior to its further processing through zero liquid discharge systems. This process involves chemical and/or biological treatment that treats the effluent for further process. The biological treatment method is majorly opted for by end-use industries, such as food & beverages, and pharmaceuticals to treat effluents, whereas the chemical treatment method is majorly adopted in industries, such as energy & power, chemicals & petrochemicals, and textiles, among others. Zero liquid discharge systems are widely used in the energy & power end-use industry Based on end-use industry, the energy & power end-use industry segment led the zero liquid discharge systems market in 2015. This growth can be attributed to the rising demand from the North America and Europe regions, as these regions have a high number of energy & power plants producing large volumes of produced water and effluents. Zero liquid discharge systems in the energy & power end-use industry are used in power plants, oil refineries, and coal-to-chemical plants, among others. Growth in the energy & power end-use industry is expected to lead to an increase in the demand for zero liquid discharge systems. North America is the largest market for zero liquid discharge systems The North America region was the largest market for zero liquid discharge systems in 2015 and is expected to continue to lead in the coming years. This region is witnessing a high demand for zero liquid discharge systems from various end-use industries such as energy & power, chemicals & petrochemicals, food & beverages, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and semiconductors & electronics. Employment of stringent environmental regulations by countries such as the U.S. and Canada among others, especially in the energy & power end-use industry, have led to an increase in the demand for zero liquid discharge systems in the region. Key players in the zero liquid discharge systems market are Aquatech International LLC (U.S.), GE Water Process & Technologies (U.S.), Veolia Water Technologies (France), GEA Group (Germany), Praj Industries Ltd. (India), H2O GmbH (Germany), U.S. Water Services (U.S.), Aquarion AG (Switzerland), Doosan Hydro Technology LLC (U.S.), Petro Sep Corporation (Canada), IDE Technologies (Israel), Degremont Technologies Ltd. (Switzerland), Oasys Water, Inc. (U.S.), and Saltworks Technologies Inc. (Canada), among others. 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Almost 75,000 top officers across eight industries worldwide approach MarketsandMarkets™ for their painpoints around revenues decisions. Our 850 fulltime analyst and SMEs at MarketsandMarkets™ are tracking global high growth markets following the "Growth Engagement Model - GEM". The GEM aims at proactive collaboration with the clients to identify new opportunities, identify most important customers, write "Attack, avoid and defend" strategies, identify sources of incremental revenues for both the company and its competitors. MarketsandMarkets™ now coming up with 1,500 MicroQuadrants (Positioning top players across leaders, emerging companies, innovators, strategic players) annually in high growth emerging segments. MarketsandMarkets™ is determined to benefit more than 10,000 companies this year for their revenue planning and help them take their innovations/disruptions early to the market by providing them research ahead of the curve. 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Key Factors Driving the Global Market for Zero Liquid Discharge Include: PMR in its outlook, titled "Global Market Study on Zero Liquid Discharge: Power Generation and Chemicals & Petrochemicals Segments by Application Projected to Dominate the Global Market during the Forecast Period" projects that the ZLD market in APAC will maintain its top position throughout the assessment period. Towards the closing end of the forecast period, the region's ZLD market estimate to reach a valuation of US$ 434.4 Million, expanding at 10.8% CAGR. Meanwhile, adoption of ZLD in Latin America will remain robust, despite having a significantly smaller market size as compared to other key regions. In North America, power generation plants are major implementers of ZLD, supporting the growth of the ZLD market in the region over the recent past. The North America ZLD market is estimated to reach US$ 243.9 Million by the end of the forecast period, creating an incremental opportunity of US$ 109.8 Million between 2017 & 2025. Key insights compiled in the report reveal that the new water management laws introduced in India, China and Mexico is further expanding applications of ZLD technologies in these countries. Nonetheless, the high cost of setup and maintenance continue to be a major drawback of the technologies. Moreover, the arrival of alternative water treatment techniques is likely to hamper the growth of the market. Which is why manufacturers are actively focusing on further innovations in ZLD to reduce technological complications while its implementation. A sample of this report is available upon request@ http://www.persistencemarketresearch.com/samples/12307 Veolia Water Technologies, Doosan Hydro Technology, Suez Environnement, GE Water & Process Technologies, Aquatech International LLC, GEA Group, Aquarion AG, IDE Technologies, Alfa Laval Corporate AB, Thermax Global, ENCON Evaporators, U.S. Water Services, 3V Green Eagle S.p.A. are some of the leading companies operating in the global market for zero liquid discharge. Request to View Report Table of Contents, Figures, and Tables@ http://www.persistencemarketresearch.com/market-research/zero-liquid-discharge-market/toc Persistence Market Research (PMR) is a third-platform research firm. Our research model is a unique collaboration of data analytics and market research methodology to help businesses achieve optimal performance. To support companies in overcoming complex business challenges, we follow a multi-disciplinary approach. At PMR, we unite various data streams from multi-dimensional sources. By deploying real-time data collection, big data, and customer experience analytics, we deliver business intelligence for organizations of all sizes.


Key Factors Driving the Global Market for Zero Liquid Discharge Include: PMR in its outlook, titled "Global Market Study on Zero Liquid Discharge: Power Generation and Chemicals & Petrochemicals Segments by Application Projected to Dominate the Global Market during the Forecast Period" projects that the ZLD market in APAC will maintain its top position throughout the assessment period. Towards the closing end of the forecast period, the region's ZLD market estimate to reach a valuation of US$ 434.4 Million, expanding at 10.8% CAGR. Meanwhile, adoption of ZLD in Latin America will remain robust, despite having a significantly smaller market size as compared to other key regions. In North America, power generation plants are major implementers of ZLD, supporting the growth of the ZLD market in the region over the recent past. The North America ZLD market is estimated to reach US$ 243.9 Million by the end of the forecast period, creating an incremental opportunity of US$ 109.8 Million between 2017 & 2025. Key insights compiled in the report reveal that the new water management laws introduced in India, China and Mexico is further expanding applications of ZLD technologies in these countries. Nonetheless, the high cost of setup and maintenance continue to be a major drawback of the technologies. Moreover, the arrival of alternative water treatment techniques is likely to hamper the growth of the market. Which is why manufacturers are actively focusing on further innovations in ZLD to reduce technological complications while its implementation. A sample of this report is available upon request@ http://www.persistencemarketresearch.com/samples/12307 Veolia Water Technologies, Doosan Hydro Technology, Suez Environnement, GE Water & Process Technologies, Aquatech International LLC, GEA Group, Aquarion AG, IDE Technologies, Alfa Laval Corporate AB, Thermax Global, ENCON Evaporators, U.S. Water Services, 3V Green Eagle S.p.A. are some of the leading companies operating in the global market for zero liquid discharge. Request to View Report Table of Contents, Figures, and Tables@ http://www.persistencemarketresearch.com/market-research/zero-liquid-discharge-market/toc Persistence Market Research (PMR) is a third-platform research firm. Our research model is a unique collaboration of data analytics and market research methodology to help businesses achieve optimal performance. To support companies in overcoming complex business challenges, we follow a multi-disciplinary approach. At PMR, we unite various data streams from multi-dimensional sources. By deploying real-time data collection, big data, and customer experience analytics, we deliver business intelligence for organizations of all sizes.


Wee H.-Y.,Doosan Hydro Technology Inc. | Cunningham J.,University of South Florida
Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy | Year: 2011

Halogenated hydrophobic organic contaminants (HHOCs), such as chlorinated benzenes and polychlorinated biphenyls, are common soil contaminants. We propose a new method for treating soils contaminated by HHOCs by extracting the contaminants with a solvent, then destroying the contaminants catalytically, enabling the solvent to be reused. Here, we report on the assessment of this technology at the lab scale, operating in a semicontinuous mode where the solvent is recycled in a closed loop. The solvent employed was a mixture of water and ethanol, the catalyst was 1% palladium (Pd) on porous alumina, and hydrogen gas was used as the reductant. We tested the process on two soils: Texas sandy loam contaminated in the laboratory, and Florida sandy clay loam collected from a contaminated field site. The technology worked successfully on the Texas soil: over 90% of the contamination (pentachlorophenol and 1,2,4,5-tetrachlorobenzene) could be extracted and destroyed within 1 week using a solvent flow rate of 0.005 L/(min-kg soil) and a residence time of ∼3.5 min in the catalytic reactor. Seven batches of soil were treated (one week each) without needing to replace the solvent. Catalyst activity decreased over time but was recovered by cleaning the catalyst with a dilute solution of hypochlorite. However, the process was unsuccessful at treating the Florida soil because of rapid catalyst deactivation. We believe that the proposed technology (called remedial extraction and catalytic hydrodehalogenation, or REACH) is a promising "green" technology if we can protect the catalyst from deactivation; possible methods for achieving this are discussed. © 2010 American Institute of Chemical Engineers.


Lee C.,Doosan Hydro Technology Inc. | Batchelor B.,Texas A&M University | Park S.H.,GS Engineering and Construction Research Institute | Han D.S.,Texas A&M University at Qatar | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Hazardous Materials | Year: 2011

Zero-valent metals and ionic metal species are a popular reagent for the abatement of contaminants in drinking water and groundwater and perchlorate is a contaminant of increasing concern. However, perchlorate degradation using commonly used reductants such as zero-valent metals and soluble reduced metal species is kinetically limited. Titanium in the zero-valent and soluble states has a high thermodynamic potential to reduce perchlorate. Here we show that perchlorate is effectively reduced to chloride by soluble titanium species in a system where the surface oxide film is removed from ZVT and ZVT is oxidized during electrochemically induced pitting corrosion to produce reactive soluble species. The pitting potential of ZVT was measured as 12.77 ± 0.04 V (SHE) for a 100 mM solution of perchlorate. The rate of perchlorate reduction was independent of the imposed potential as long as the potential was maintained above the pitting potential, but it was proportional to the applied current. Solution pH and surface area of ZVT electrodes showed negligible effects on rates of perchlorate reduction. Although perchlorate is effectively reduced during electrochemically induced corrosion of ZVT, this process may not be immediately applicable to perchlorate treatment due to the high potentials needed to produce active reductants, the amount of titanium consumed, the inhibition of perchlorate removal by chloride, and oxidation of chloride to chlorine. © 2011 Elsevier B.V.


Park S.H.,Energy and Environmental Research Center | Batchelor B.,Texas A&M University | Lee C.,Doosan Hydro Technology Inc. | Han D.S.,Texas A&M University at Qatar | Abdel-Wahab A.,Texas A&M University at Qatar
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science | Year: 2012

In this study, chemical degradation of perchlorate was investigated using partially oxidized titanium ions (Ti(II) and Ti(III)). Results of UV spectra showed that the patterns of absorbance at all ratios of F/Ti(0) were similar each other, except the lowest F/Ti(0) of 0.5 (25mMF -) where mixture of Ti(II) and Ti(III) might be present, resulted in shift of the peak to wavelength of 480nm. The rate of perchlorate degradation was fastest at lowest F/Ti(0) ratio. Among catalysts investigated, only rhenium enhanced the perchlorate degradation in the presence of Ti(II), but no effect of catalysts in Ti(III). In addition, high ionic strength did not enhance the perchlorate-Ti(III) reaction, but high acid concentration did. Addition of solid acid catalysts (SACs) to Ti(III) solution showed slower perchlorate degradation, probably due to decrease in Ti(III) concentration by adsorption onto SAC. Rate constants for perchlorate degradation in Ti(III) were twofold higher than in Ti(II) when 5N HCl used. © 2012 Elsevier Inc.


Lee C.,Doosan Hydro Technology Inc. | Batchelor B.,Texas A&M University | Park S.H.,Korea Institute of Energy Research | Han D.S.,Texas A&M University at Qatar | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science | Year: 2012

The kinetics of perchlorate reduction by zero-valent titanium (ZVT) undergoing electrical pitting corrosion was described by interactions of two domains (pit and solution). Two kinetic models were developed based on two possible inhibition mechanisms. A competitive adsorption model was developed based on surface coverage of perchlorate and chloride on bare ZVT, and a Ti(II) consumption model was developed based on Ti(II) oxidation by electrochemically developed chlorine. Both models well predicted perchlorate concentration changes in the solution. The competitive adsorption model showed that chloride has a higher adsorption affinity on both sites where oxidative dissolution of ZVT occurs and where chloride oxidation occurs. Also, the rates of perchlorate removal and chloride oxidation were directly proportional to current applied. For the Ti(II) consumption model, the rate constant of Ti(II) production was dependent on current. The rate of chloride oxidation is also believed to be proportional to current, but this conclusion cannot be made with confidence. Both kinetic models described changes in perchlorate concentration well. However, the Ti(II) consumption model was limited in its ability to predict chloride concentration. This limitation was probably caused by a lack of available information like electrochemical oxidation of chloride on bare ZVT and Ti(II) oxidation by chlorine. © 2012 Elsevier Inc.


Park S.H.,Korea Institute of Energy Research | Batchelor B.,Texas A&M University | Lee C.,Doosan Hydro Technology Inc. | Han D.S.,Texas A&M University at Qatar | Abdel-Wahab A.,Texas A&M University at Qatar
Journal of Membrane Science | Year: 2012

Perchlorate was reduced without adding high concentrations of acid into the contaminated water using a titanium membrane hybrid (TMH) system. The TMH treatment system was developed and a physicochemical model was built to describe transport and degradation of perchlorate in this system. A critical part of the TMH system is an anion permeable membrane that separates a degradation zone that contains Ti(III) from a contaminated zoned that contains perchlorate. The membrane adsorbs anions such as perchlorate and allows them to be transported to the other zone. Adsorption capacities of three membranes (AMX, ACS, ACM) for perchlorate were evaluated and found to be comparable and their adsorption behaviors followed the Freundlich model well. The ACM membrane showed more rapid transport of perchlorate initially (4. h), but the difference is negligible at later times (1 day). The AMX membrane allowed more hydrogen ions and Ti(III) to diffuse into the contamination zone than did other membranes. The proposed mathematical model predicts the performance and behavior of the TMH system for different physical and chemical conditions. It successfully described adsorption, diffusion and reduction of perchlorate in the system. © 2011 Elsevier B.V.


Park S.H.,Energy and Environmental Research Center | Batchelor B.,Texas A&M University | Lee C.,Doosan Hydro Technology Inc. | Han D.S.,Texas A&M University at Qatar | Abdel-Wahab A.,Texas A&M University at Qatar
Chemical Engineering Journal | Year: 2012

In this work, a new method to rapidly degrade perchlorate using aqueous Ti(II) as the reductant has been developed. To investigate the fundamental chemistry of Ti(II), the basic characteristics of Ti(II) solutions were examined and methods to optimize its production were developed. Then, its ability to reduce perchlorate was evaluated and a kinetic model was proposed to predict the rate of perchlorate reduction. Low pH is needed to produce Ti(II) from Ti(0) and the amounts produced using HCl and H2SO4 increased as the concentration of Ti(0) increased. Kinetic data show that HCl was more effective than H2SO4 in promoting the ability of those solutions to degrade perchlorate, possibly by producing lower pH. Higher concentrations of Ti(0) produced higher concentrations of Ti(II), which resulted in more rapid perchlorate destruction. © 2012 Elsevier B.V.

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