Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Sewage treatment facilities in China are expected to increase revenue by 10.9% in 2014 to total $3.8 billion. Steady demand for industry services over the past five years has stimulated revenue growth of an annualized rate of 12.0% since 2009.
Demand for sewage treatment services has grown substantially due to rapid urbanization and the development of various industrial sectors in China. As more sewage treatment and processing facilities are built across China, large numbers of households and businesses connect to these services, thus increasing demand for treatment, processing, and recycling.
Industry firms generate profit either through subsidies from the government or by providing sewage treatment services to the government.... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Locations Chapter
Industry activity is mainly concentrated in the East, Middle South and North China regions. East China is forecast to make up the largest share of industry revenue in 2014. In 2013, East China discharged about 33.1% of the national sewage total, and accounted for 33.6% of national sewage treatment activity. The average sewage treatment rate of this region was about 67%, which represents the highest among all regions.
East China has the greatest urban pollution and the most developed industries in China. Urban households and industry generate significant volumes of sewage and create high demand for sewage treatment services. Support from local governments in the East is substantial. Sewage treatment activity relates to water pollution controls... purchase to read more