Vietnam Water Treatment Systems Market is expected to register an impressive CAGR during the forecast period,
thanks to the rise in the demand for clean, chemical-free water among consumers. A
water treatment system is made up of several discrete technologies that meet
specific water treatment needs. Water treatment is rarely a static process, and
a treatment system, which is designed to meet fluctuating treatment needs, can
go a long way toward avoiding costly replacements/upgrades.
efficient and well-designed water treatment system must be able to manage
variations in fouling and flow processes, variations in water chemistry
requirements, necessary adjustments to chemical concentrations, and potential
changes in wastewater requirements.
basic water treatment system usually includes a clarifier to settle suspended
solids present as a result of treatment, a supply of chemicals to facilitate
the settling, flocculation or coagulation of metals and suspended solids, trace
amounts of residual filtration to remove suspended solids, final pH setting,
and post-treatment and control panel.
The main purpose of water treatment is to
provide clean drinking water. Once the water is treated, it meets requirements
of medical, pharmacological, chemical, and industrial applications for clean
drinking water. The treatment process reduces the concentration of contaminants,
such as airborne particles, parasites, bacteria, algae, viruses, and fungi.
Water treatment takes place on a variety of scales, from large (such as entire
cities) to small (such as individual households).
In the area of sewage treatment, there are about 40
municipal central sewage treatment plants with a treatment capacity of about
926,000 m3/day, but only 13% of the sewage is properly collected and treated. The
National Green Growth Strategy 2021-2030 sets their next 2030 target of properly
collecting and disposing of 95% of general waste and to achieve 50% in Type II
cities and 20% in other cities for the proportion of properly collected and
treated municipal wastewater. Vietnam expects an investment of USF10-20 billion
over the next decade to achieve the above-mentioned goals.
Rising Investments Propelling
Vietnam Water Treatment Systems Market
Vietnam is gearing up for
the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Clean water and sanitation,
health and well-being go hand in hand with water management. According to the
Vietnam Water and Sewerage Association, the country's municipal water
production is expected to increase from 10.9 million cubic meters in 2019 to 20
million cubic meters by 2030. Estimates of investment needs in the water sector
range from USD 1.3 billion to USD 2.7 billion over the next decade.
Ho Chi Minh City is
seeking investment in six planned wastewater treatment projects to treat about
3 million cubic meters of wastewater daily in the city. The planned wastewater
treatment projects include Bac Sai Gon 1, Bac Sai Gon 2, Cau Dừa, Tay Bac, Tay
Sai Gon and Suoi Nhum. The city plans to open tenders to select investors to
implement these projects by 2025 and is expected to be completed by 2026-30.
These projects will help the city reach its goal of treating 100% of domestic
wastewater before it is released.
Use in Pulp & Paper
The pulp & paper industry
uses lot of water. A paper machine receives the pulp, forms it into a paper
web, and presses and dries the water out of it. Forcefully pressing the sheet
eliminates the water. Once the water has been extracted from the sheet, it is
collected using a unique type of felt that should not be mistaken with the
conventional sort. In contrast, a blotter sheet is used for creating paper by
hand. Drying includes removing water from the paper sheets with heat or air.
This was accomplished in the early days of papermaking by hanging the sheets
like laundry. Different heated drying technologies are employed in more
contemporary periods. The paper industry is expected to be up to 13.2 million tons.
Exports of wrapping paper and sanitary paper remained firm. Currently, Vietnam
exports wrapping paper to 33 countries and 5 continents, of which Asia accounts
for the largest share (98.9%), followed by Africa (0.5%), Australia (0.4%),
Europe and America (0.2%). Water is used for a variety of purposes in pulp and
paper production, including as a means of transporting paper components on
paper machines, as process water for cooking wood chips for pulp manufacturing,
as a medium for heat transfer, and for washing pulpwood, pulp, and machinery. According
to the Vietnam Pulp and Paper Association (VPPA), the domestic consumption of
paper packaging in 2019 is estimated at 4.2 million tons. Over the past three
years, Vietnam's paper exports have consistently achieved staggering annual
growth rates of over 200%. In the first seven months of 2020, total paper
production was estimated at over 2.79 million tons, an increase of 12.2% from the
Latest Mergers and
Projects in Vietnam Water Treatment Systems Market
- In 2022, Samsung
Engineering, an engineering, procurement, construction, and project management
(EPC&PM) company, announced that it had acquired a 24% stake in Vietnamese
water treatment company, Dong Nai Plastic (DNP) Water for approximately USD 41
million. The deal leaves Samsung Engineering with a 24% stake in DNP Water, DNP
Holding with a 53% stake, and other shareholders with a 23% stake. DNP Water is
a private company specializing in rural water supply business in Vietnam.
- In 2021, Germany's
Aone Deutschland AG and Vietnam-based AquaOne Corporation signed a contract to
build a surface water treatment plant for the Vàm Cỏ Đông river in southern
Long An province. The project aims to provide clean water for daily use of
local people. The water treatment plant will be built on an area of 71.5
hectares in Dong Qu Hoa District, Long An, at an estimated cost of
approximately USD 218 million. The first phase was scheduled to be completed by
the Q1 of 2023 and planned to have a capacity of 200,000 cubic meters day and
night. The second phase, scheduled to be completed by 2025, will have a
capacity of 300,000 m3 day and night. After all investment stages are
completed, its total capacity could reach 1.2 million cubic meters day and
- In 2019, Vinci and
Acciona won a USD 212.6 million wastewater treatment plant contract in Vietnam.
Under the terms of the contract, a consortium of Vinci Construction Grands
Projects and Acciona Agua was in charge of Phase 1's design and construction of
Ho Chi Minh City's Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe wastewater treatment plant. The
design-build portion of the contract, including ramp-up and acceptance of work,
is expected to be completed within five years. Vinci and Acciona will then
operate and maintain the facility for another five years. Of the total USD
212.6 million, USD 180.71 million is for design and construction contracts and USD
31.89 million is for operations and maintenance. When connected to the city's
sewage system, it has a maximum throughput of 34,000 cubic meters per hour. The
facility includes a pumping station, biological treatment, disinfection, sludge
treatment and odor treatment.
- Gradiant, a global
leader in cleantech water treatment solutions and project developer, has
announced that it has been awarded five Design, Build, Own, Operate, and
Maintain (DBOOM) water treatment projects in Indonesia and Vietnam. Gradiant
provides end-to-end water treatment solutions to industrial and municipal
customers through a customized approach, using a unique suite of water and
wastewater treatment technologies. These projects have a production capacity of
40,000 cubic meters per day.
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Treatment Systems Market is segmented on the basis of technology, application,
and region. Based on technology, the market is divided into water
softeners, filtration method, disinfection methods, reverse osmosis systems,
distillation systems and others. Based on application, the market is divided into residential and
non-residential. Based on region, the market is segmented into central region,
northern region, and southern region.
Major market players in the Vietnam Water Treatment Systems Market are Dow Vietnam, Honeywell (Vietnam) Company Limited, 3M Vietnam
Ltd., Danaher Corporation, Pentair PLC, Best Water Technology (BWT) AG, Calgon
Carbon Corporation, Culligan Vietnam, General Electric.
Revenue in USD Million and CAGR for 2018-2022 and 2023-2028
forecast, company share, growth factors, and trends
Central Region, Northern Region, Southern Region
Key companies profiled
Dow Vietnam, Honeywell (Vietnam) Company
Limited, 3M Vietnam Ltd., Danaher Corporation, Pentair PLC, Best Water
Technology (BWT) AG, Calgon Carbon Corporation, Culligan Vietnam, General
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In this report, Vietnam Water Treatment Systems Market has
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trends which have also been detailed below:
Water Treatment Systems Market, By Technology:
§ Activated Carbon Filters
§ Mechanical Filter
§ UV Radiation
Water Treatment Systems Market, By Applications:
§ Single Family Units
§ Multi Family Homes
§ Educational Institutes
Water Treatment Systems Market, By Region:
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