In China, the total price for non-residential water was reduced from 8 RMB/cubic metre to 4.7 RMB in the fourth quarter of 2021. The total water tariff for special industries had been reduced from 15 RMB/cubic metre to 10.5 RMB/per cubic metre. Increased need for clean water for municipal and industrial applications, rigorous waste water discharge rules, fast development and investment in the industrial sector were the primary drivers driving the process water treatment market growth during the projected period. Furthermore, significant increases in the use of water in various industrial sectors, such as oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals, propelled the market's expansion.
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About Process Water:
Process Water refers to water which cannot be classified as drinking water, but is used in relation to industrial plants, production facilities, and power plants. It covers the wide range of boiler feed water, cooling water for heat engine or exchangers, chemicals dilution, etc. Process Water should typically have a conductivity between 0.1 and 50 uS/cm, with little or no hardness to prevent scaling in a heating system. As oxygen and carbon dioxide cause corrosion, they should be removed to prevent it. Further, the water quality requirements may vary based on its application.
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