This report is part 2 of Bluefield’s comprehensive Europe Wastewater Reuse Market analysis. Bundle and Save $1,500
Part 1 – Market Trends and Forecasts, 2023–2030 + related Data Dashboard
Part 2 – Business Models and Competitive Strategies
About this Report
Driven by population growth, climate change, and increasing water demand globally, municipalities and players active in the water sector are reviewing opportunities for alternative water supply options to meet present and future demand. In addition, municipal wastewater reuse across Europe is gaining traction due to the recently adopted Wastewater Reuse Regulation.
In Europe, reuse applications predominantly focus on irrigation for agriculture or urban settings. Still, some municipal reuse projects supply industrial facilities, support environmental processes, and feed indirectly into potabilization systems. In the previously released Europe Municipal Wastewater Reuse: Market Trends and Forecasts 2023–2030, Bluefield forecasted a 16.82% CAGR in 11 European countries and an anticipated cumulative reuse market of €1.8 billion (US$2 billion).
Bluefield’s Insight Report reviews Europe’s municipal reuse landscape, exploring market opportunities through the analysis of business and value creation models, key case studies, and the competitive framework and selected players.
Key Questions Addressed by this Report
- What is the value proposition of municipal reuse schemes?
- Which key factors influence and shape the nature of the business model adopted?
- Where are the next municipal reuse hotspots?
- What determines the success of municipal reuse schemes?
- Why would off-takers invest in using recycled water
- What does the value chain positioning look like for water reuse in Europe?
- Who takes part in municipal reuse projects in Europe?
Who Should Buy this Report?
- Engineering firms
- Treatment technology suppliers
- Effluent quality monitoring players
- Pipe suppliers
- Water infrastructure investors
- Public and private wastewater treatment operators
Table of Contents
- From Macro to Micro – Factors Driving Reuse Projects
- Enabling Environment – Key Elements for Optimum Commercialization
- Infrastructure Build-Out – Different Opportunities
- Commercialization Strategy – Tariffs, Profit Generation, Value Creation
- Tariff Comparison – Reclaimed vs. Non-Reclaimed
- Commercialization Strategy – CAPEX, OPEX, and Revenues
- Revenue Generation – Contract Types for Reuse Supply
- Assessment of Opportunities – Offtaker Profiles
- Commercial Risk – Relation with Offtaker Profiles
- Spain, Canal de Isabel II
- Spain, ESAMUR Mar Menor
- France, CARA
- France, Château-Renault
- Belgium, Waterkracht
- Belgium, Torreele/St-André
- Portugal, Lisbon
- Portugal, Frielas
- Italy, Metropolitana Milanese Spa
- Italy, Gallipoli
- Greece, Thessaloniki
- U.K., Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
- U.K., Northumbrian Water Group
- Netherlands, Delft Blue Water
- Netherlands, Dow Chemical Terneuzen Facility
- Germany, Braunschweig
- Value Chain – Overview
- Value Chain – Positioning
- Overall Mapping – Selected Integrated Players
- Overall Mapping – Selected Engineering Consultancies
- Overall Mapping – Selected Utilities
- Overall Mapping – Selected Treatment Technology Providers
- Overall Mapping – Selected Conveyance Equipment Providers