The global water treatment chemicals market was valued at $16,853.5 million in 2015, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% during 2016 – 2022. The major factors driving the growth of the market globally include increasing demand for water and its treatment, and stringent environmental regulations. In addition, the increasing concern of governments in developing countries for providing safe drinking water to their citizens is expected to drive the growth of the water treatment chemicals market. The health problems due to unavailability of safe drinking water have been one of the major reasons for the outbreak of diseases in developing countries. Contaminated water is home to microorganisms, which cause several diseases including diarrhea, cholera, and hepatitis. Every year, these diseases lead to 5 million deaths globally. This has increased the concern of governments to improve the safety level of water. Several developing countries have been using chlorination for disinfection of public water, since a long time. However, the advent of new diseases, such as Cryptosporidium and Legionella pnemophilla that are resistant to chlorine, has been compelling the governments in countries, such as China and South Africa to use newer technologies for tackling the health hazards caused by contaminated or unsafe water.
In 2015, North America held the largest share in the global water treatment chemicals market with 31.8% share. In 2015, Asia-Pacific was the second largest market in the global water treatment chemicals market, accounting for approximately 29.2% share, which is expected to account for the largest share in the global market with 33.0% share by 2022. The increasing level of urbanization and rapid industrialization are some of the major growth driving forces in the Asia-Pacific water treatment chemicals market, particularly in countries, such as India and China. China is the largest market for water treatment chemicals in the region; however, India is expected to witness highest growth in the near future. The rapid growth of urban population is creating pressure on the existing water infrastructure, which includes delivery of utility water and removal and treatment of wastewater. To overcome this situation, various governments in Asia are expected to increase their spending on irrigation and drinking water schemes. Moreover, the economic growth along with industrialization has increased the demand for water treatment chemicals.
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