MENA Stormwater and Waste Water Forum
According to a research analysis, the worldwide stormwater management market is expected to reach a valuation of USD 14787.71 million by 2022. By 2028, the market is anticipated to reach USD 23794.06 million, growing at a CAGR of 8.25% during the projected period.
At a compound annual growth rate of 4.1% from 2023 to 2030, the Middle East and Africa Water and Wastewater Treatment Market is expected to reach $44.5 billion. The market is predicted to expand as a result of the rising demand for cutting-edge, energy-efficient water treatment systems. The absence of infrastructure for waste collection and treatment, however, is a significant obstacle for the companies involved in this industry.
Wastewater challenges in the Middle East require a combination of improved infrastructure, sustainable practices, efficient treatment technologies, and regional cooperation. Many countries in the region are investing in modernizing and expanding their wastewater treatment and recycling capabilities to ensure a sustainable water future.
In addition, stormwater and urban runoff pose significant challenges to urban areas, affecting both the environment and the well-being of city residents. Managing stormwater is vital to protect the environment, maintain water quality, and prevent damage from flooding and erosion. Sustainable stormwater management practices can help mitigate these challenges and create more resilient urban and rural landscapes.
As we look to the future, the MENA Stormwater and Wastewater Forum promises to be a pivotal event in shaping the way we view and manage stormwater and wastewater for the region. The forum will bring together policy makers, senior industry experts, thought leaders and consultants to share knowledge, best practices and discuss innovative solutions to address the various challenges that we foresee for the coming years.