The Water & Wastewater Sector — Key Trends in Malaysia

The Water & Wastewater Sector — Key Trends in Malaysia

Why Buy This Report?

Malaysia suffers from a fast-depleting water supply, with the World Resources Institute estimating that annual renewable water supply might fall to 10,000 m3/person/year by 2025. The wastewater and sewerage system is largely underdeveloped, due to concerns over costly operations and maintenance. Tertiary water treatment process does not exist, with sewage only processed or treated up to removal of suspended and organic solid substances. Current technology used in Malaysia is very conventional, mainly old water infrastructure that is poorly maintained. 

Recognizing these many issues, the Eleventh Malaysia Plan for the 2016–2020 period focuses on improving the quality and efficiency of the water services industry. The Malaysian government has set itself targets of 99% clean and treated water by 2020, and also aims to increase coverage of sewerage connected services up to 80% for main urban cities. Investment into the water infrastructure, and construction of new wastewater treatment plants and upgrade of existing facilities is now part of the national government’s agenda, as is addressing water pollution, unreliable water supply, high levels of non-revenue water, improper wastewater discharge, and others. This new direction offers vast opportunities for water and environmental companies.

Report Structure

This report consists of a country profile, a description and summary of key trends in the water and wastewater sector (including existing and planned infrastructure), key water technologies and some of the leading water and wastewater industry players.  This is complemented with information about the country's national government's plans and investments discussed in the Future Outlook section and an analysis of the challenges faced by the government in attaining its goals and targets.

The report is part of a series of market studies on the water and wastewater sector for South East Asian markets. It is designed to provide comprehensive and well-structured information to help a company understand the opportunities in the market, and offers a wide range of data and information -collected from various sources that were built together in order to give a deeper insight into the industry.

Research Methodology

Orissa International regularly undertakes market research projects in various sectors in South East Asia for trade promotion agencies and individual companies. With more than 20 years of experience in helping companies with their market entry into South East Asia, our in-country research teams have acquired extensive and practical hands-on industry knowledge.

Research in each country is undertaken by an in-market analyst. Our physical presence in the market gives us an ability to engage directly with local industry contacts, keep track of commercial opportunities in the market and monitor the latest market trends and industry events that impact the market.

We undertake desk research to gather as much secondary data and information from a variety of credible sources. These include our proprietary distributor databases, specialist trade press, business and mainstream press, industry news and events, market studies, financial reports, trade associations, as well as company profiles, publications and annual reports. Orissa International applies various processes and a series of quality checks to validate data and information to ensure the quality, completeness and accuracy of our reports.

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The Water & Wastewater Sector — Key Trends in Malaysia

May 2017

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