Brazil Water Market Insight

April 9, 2014

DUBLIN, Apr. 09, 2014

/PRNewswire/ –

Research and Markets



) has announced the addition of the

“Brazil Water Market Insight”

report to their offering.

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Brazil is one of the hottest economies in the world, and one of GWI’s top four country markets. With huge opportunities for foreign private sector participation and massive government investment programmes, this will become one of the most attractive markets over the coming years.

With capital expenditure on water and

wastewater infrastructure

in Brazil set to double to $9.9 billion by 2018, Global Water Intelligence Market Insight: Brazil is a must have guide to capitalising on the emerging prospects in this sector and harnessing these opportunities ahead of your competition.

The report covers analyses every facet of the water market in Brazil, covering the water sector structure, challenges, opportunities and forecasts as well as a comprehensive directory of water regulations and a list of almost 100 Brazilian water utilities.

Project trackers

With this particular report, you will receive a snapshot of the latest PPP, desalination and water reuse project trackers for this region! They will help you understand key project trends and provide concrete sales leads for expanding in this market.

Market drivers and opportunities

Although Brazil does not suffer from water stress,

water shortages

exist as infrastructure – especially for wastewater treatment – is often poorly maintained. In 2008, the Brazilian government launched a Programme for the Acceleration of Growth to achieve universal water supply and sanitation services.

This has boosted investment in the Brazilian water and wastewater sector in spite of the global recession and this will continue to accelerate over the next 5 years.

This market insight pinpoints the opportunities in this lucrative market:

    --  Private investment - utilities are becoming more proactive in seeking
        private financing as funds are often slow to reach their destination. We
        show you how this has opened up opportunities for foreign investors, how
        you can get involved and how this trend is creating opportunities for
        foreign companies in the municipal market.
    --  Advanced water treatment technologies - with a trend towards new
        infrastructure, utilities are becoming more open to investing in
        advanced water treatment processes. This is opening up opportunities for
        foreign companies to break into the market with their expertise, as
        Brazilian companies tend to favour more basic technologies. We pinpoint
        the best prospects for your water technologies and give you concrete
        strategies for entering the supply chain.
    --  Public-private partnerships - there is an increasing drive towards
        public-private partnerships in many municipalities, with a focus on
        wastewater. This report will investigate how state-owned companies are
        increasingly delegating wastewater treatment and collection to private
        operators, creating opportunities for your services in this sector. The
        report forecasts that this trend will accelerate over the next 5 years
        and shows you how you can successfully capitalise on this water market
    --  Stricter regulations - although Brazil has well-established standards
        for drinking water quality, historically they have been met with a level
        of non-compliance.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive summary



Accompanying spreadsheets and data sets

Forecast categories

Utility and industrial forecast category definitions

Indicators of utility service coverage

Indicators of water service coverage

Indicators of wastewater service coverage

1. Brazil – Market

2. Brazil – Regulations

3. Brazil – Utilities

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Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, press@researchandmarkets.net

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