New York, May 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Drinking Water Adsorbents Market Forecast in the Middle East and Africa and South America to 2027 – Impact of COVID- 19 and regional analysis by product “- https: //www.reportlinker.com/p06075696/? utm_source = GNW
81 million in 2019 to 57.25 million US dollars by 2027; it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.2% from 2020 to 2027. Rice husk is a renewable and inexpensive commodity used as an adsorbent to remove various toxins from drinking water. It can also be used to remove contaminants such as dyes, phenols, organic compounds, pesticides, inorganic anions, and heavy metals. In addition, rice hull ash can be used as a basic material to develop new water purification systems in low-income households. It is cast in a matrix of cement and pebbles, and the configuration is cast in a filter bed; this filtration system can trap up to 95% of the turbidity and bacteria in the water. Rice hull ash is also impregnated with iron hydroxide to remove arsenic from the water and aluminum hydroxide to remove fluoride ions from the water. Hence, the increasing use of bio-based adsorbents such as rice hull ash in developing countries is a key factor driving plenty of growth opportunities for players in the drinking water adsorbents market. This is fueling the drinking water adsorbents market in MEA and SAM.
On the basis of the product, the MEA and SAM Drinking Water Adsorbents market is segmented into Zeolite, Clay, Activated Alumina, Activated Carbon, Manganese Oxide, Cellulose, and others. Zeolite segment is expected to register the highest CAGR market in these regions during the forecast period.
Zeolites are crystalline, microporous, hydrated aluminosilicates produced using hydrothermal crystallization of aluminosilicate gels, currently synthesized using inexpensive raw materials of uniform sizes, to meet several industry-specific requirements. application .
Zeolites are used significantly as an ion exchanger, along with catalyst and adsorbent, in a diverse application base. Natural zeolite is a robust and recent natural filter media for water filtration; it works better than sand and carbon filters providing purer water and higher flow rates while requiring less maintenance.
Additionally, both natural and modified zeolites used for purification work well with ammonia removal capacities of up to 97%. In addition, they can also remove unwanted cations found in drinking water.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is negatively impacting the MEA and SAM. Iran, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates are among the MEA countries with a number of high COVID-19 cases and deaths.
These countries have seen hampered economic and industrial growth in recent months.The region includes several growing economies such as the United Arab Emirates which are the potential markets for suppliers of drinking water adsorbents due to the presence a huge and diverse customer base.
Most businesses in these countries have suspended operations and are expected to operate at a slower pace. MEA countries are taking important containment measures to control the spread of infection.
The COVID-19 outbreak has severely affected the drinking water adsorbent market due to the closure of various drinking water adsorbent facilities in the MEA. In MAS, Brazil reported the highest number of COVID-19 cases, followed by Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Argentina, among others. Governments in SAM countries are taking several initiatives to protect people and control the spread of COVID-19 through lockdowns, trade bans and travel restrictions. These measures affect their economic growth due to declining export earnings, both due to lower commodity prices and reduced export volumes. The outbreak has also resulted in the closure of production plants, which has impacted the growth of SAM chemical industries, thus limiting the growth of the drinking water adsorbents market in the region.
The market size for Drinking Water Adsorbents in MEA and SAM was derived using primary and secondary sources To begin the research process, exhaustive secondary research was conducted using internal and external sources to obtain qualitative and quantitative information on the market.
The process also serves to get an overview and forecast of the Drinking Water Adsorbents market in MEA and SAM with respect to all segments belonging to the region.Moreover, multiple primary interviews were conducted with industry players to validate the data, as well as to obtain more analytical information on the subject.
Participants in this process include industry experts such as vice presidents, business development managers, business intelligence managers and national sales managers, as well as external consultants such as valuation experts, analysts. researchers and key opinion leaders, specializing in drinking water MEA and SAM. adsorbents market: BASF SE, Dupont, KURARAY CO.
LTD, Lenntech BV and Purolite are among the major market players in these regions.
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