Biological wastewater treatment is a centuries-old biochemical process. Biological wastewater treatment is the process of harnessing the action ...

Biological wastewater treatment is a centuries-old biochemical process. Biological wastewater treatment is the process of harnessing the action of bacteria, nematodes, and other microorganisms from wastewater. The process results in the generation of clean water. The biological wastewater treatment market size is estimated to be USD 8.7 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 11.1 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 5.1% 2020 to 2025. Stringent regulations regarding the disposal of wastewater into the environment or for reuse, aging infrastructure, water scarcity & reusability of wastewater, rapidly growing population and industrialization are major drivers responsible for the forecast growth.

Some of the major players are Veolia (France), SUEZ (France), Aquatech International L.L.C (US), Evoqua Water Technologies LLC (US), Ecolab. (US), Pentair (US), Xylem Inc. (US), Samco Technologies, Inc. (US), Dryden Aqua (UK), DAS Environmental Expert GMBH, Dresden (Germany), Dow (US), DuPont (US), 3M (US), Calgon Carbon Corporation (US), Microvi Biotech, Inc. (US), Condorchem Envitech (Spain), Huber SE (Germany), Entex Technologies (US), Organica Water (US), Aqwise (Germany), Suez Water Technologies & Solutions (France), Aquatech International (US), and Xylem Inc. (US). and others.