With growing scarcity of potable water and ever-increasing wastewater being generated in populated regions around the globe, the demand for aeration systems to decontaminate, cut organic load, remove dissolved gases, and purify precious water sources is only growing and is anticipated to continue on a rapid clip in the years to come.
Declining freshwater sources due to changing climate and misuse by humans is forcing stringent government regulations regarding pollution of water, such as the mandatory installations of wastewater and septic treatment facilities by industries and businesses that generate wastewater.
While the high price for installing aeration systems is holding back the growth of the industry, increasing necessity of aeration systems is anticipated to create a strong demand in the near future.
Decontamination and Purification of Freshwater Sources to Create Increased Demand for Aeration System Market
Governments around the world have been showing an increasing focus on adopting aeration systems to retrieve contaminated sources of water to a healthy state that can be found to be fit for human consumption.
For example, the Water Authority of Fiji is working to decontaminate discolored water in the Lautoka and Nadi provinces, which have been contaminated with a high concentration of iron and manganese coming from the Vaturu Dam. The government has put aeration systems in the Nagado Water Treatment Plant to pump in oxygen in these water sources such as ponds, lakes, well water, and streams and bring down the level of iron and manganese back to safe levels, providing the local populace with additional drinking water sources.
Similarly, the Capital Regional District Staff at Elk and Beaver Lake of Victoria, Canada are working to fight the threat of algal blooms in the water bodies, with the acquisition of new deepwater aeration systems for lakes. The algal blooms have arisen owing to growing organic load in the lakes from phosphorous rich lake bottom sediments. The aeration of oxygen through the water bodies is hoped to reduce the release of this phosphorous.
Diffused Aeration Systems to See Increased Use Owing to Increased Efficiency on Capturing impurities
Diffused aeration system designs are seeing increased used owing to increased efficiency in water purification applications from a wide spectrum of contaminants such as oils, surfactants, and soils. The improved oxygen mass transfer rate and reduced concentration of contaminants, through processes including nitrification and de-nitrification, are anticipated to increase waste water treatment plant adoptions of these types of aeration systems among others, boosting the demand for the aeration system market.
Aeration System Innovations Reduce Power and Maintenance Requirements or Wastewater Treatment Facilities
Wastewater especially that contains aggressive industrial contaminants, are known to take a toll on wastewater treatment systems. Sensitive membranes and plastics tend to wear out faster owing to this leading to high and regular expenses for maintenance purposes.
However, new innovations in fine bubble diffusers have displayed significant improvements in energy efficiency, and service life durations by more than 50 percent, thereby helping end users to pay off their initial investment for these systems in much faster time. These improvements are already seeing increased usage in the paper, petrochemical and textile industries around the world.
In addition, new automated descaling processes in aeration systems have also improved on overall performance by eliminating the problem of contaminant deposits on the membrane, which also reduces on the all-round aeration system maintenance price and time, and increases product longevity by years.
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