Biological Treatment Technologies Market is predicted to reach USD 4,161.2 million at a CAGR of ~5.4% during the forecast period :

Pune, India, August 2022, MRFR Press Release/Market Research Future has published a Half- Cooked Research Report on the Global Biological Treatment Technologies Market.


Biological Treatment Technologies Market


Biowaste represents a significant component of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). Biowaste can be considered a mixture of similar proportions of kitchen and garden waste from households. According to the definition in the EU’s Waste Framework Directive, biowaste means “biodegradable garden and park waste, food and kitchen waste from households, restaurants, caterers and retail premises, and comparable waste from food processing plants.”


Biological Treatment Technologies Market Synopsis


According to the MRFR analysis, the global biological treatment technologies market size is projected to reach USD 4,161.2 million by 2030 at a CAGR of 5.4%.


The global biological treatment technologies market is rapidly growing due to growing government initiatives for waste management and rising municipal water and wastewater treatment. Further, rising R&D investment and technological advancement in treatment technologies are likely to present a growth opportunity for the players in the global biological treatment technologies market.


The pandemic continues to have a huge impact on global tourism and air travel as people have been homebound. Closed destinations and hotels and restrictions on travel, outdoor recreational activities, and camping will impact travel and tourism. The outbreak in countries around the world has resulted in a sharp drop in demand for biological treatment technologies due to the closure of industries and offices, as well as a slowdown in the supply of products and raw materials due to lockdown restrictions, which has had a significant negative impact on the biological treatment industries.


Biological Treatment Technologies Market Competitive Landscape


The global biological treatment technologies market consists of various global and regional service providers continuously evolving to enhance their market position. The manufacturers of biological treatment technologies need to provide products per industry and customer needs while offering advanced technologies to maintain their market positions and gain a competitive advantage. Vendors in the global biological treatment technologies market are focusing on improving their technologies, upgrading products, and expanding into underdeveloped and developing economies.


Totemic Sustainable Solutions (Big Hanna USA, Tidy Planet Limited, Oklin International Ltd, SUEZ Environment, SUEZ Environment, Ridan Composting Ltd, Ridan Composting Ltd, Ridan Composting Ltd, KK Balers Ltd, and H2Flow Equipment Inc. are the major players in the biological treatment technologies market.


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Market Segmentation:


Biological Treatment Technologies Market Based on treatment:



  • Composting: Composting is a biological process in which the organic element of garbage is allowed to decay under carefully controlled conditions to handle municipal solid waste. The organic waste material is metabolized by microbes, which reduces its volume by up to 50%. Composting is a process of digesting organic solid wastes that requires oxygen. As a result, it can be utilized to recycle organic waste.

  • Vermicomposting: Vermicompost is a mixture of decomposing vegetable or food waste, bedding materials, and vermicast created by the decomposition process using various species of worms, usually red wigglers, white worms, and other earthworms. Vermicomposting is a biological process in which detritivore earthworms interact with microorganisms to stabilize organic matter and significantly alter its physical and biochemical properties. Vermicomposting technology is well-known worldwide, however only in a few places.

  • Black soldier fly treatment: Biowaste treatment with the Black Soldier Fly (BSF) is an appealing treatment option since it provides a waste management solution and a protein source to assist the expanding global demand for animal feed.

  • Anaerobic digestion: Anaerobic digestion (AD) is a widely used method for decomposing organic wastes and generating renewable energy. Under oxygen-free conditions, a consortium of microbes hydrolyzes organic material into sugars, amino acids, and fatty acids during AD. MBT-AD (mechanical biological treatment with anaerobic digestion) is a cutting-edge waste treatment method that can be integrated with embedded generation using Jenbacher gas engines. Several methods exist for integrating gas engines into MBT-AD facilities.

  • Fermentation: Fermentation can create a carbon source that can be used to remove nitrogen and phosphorus. It is a tool for cutting down on the costs of biological nutrient removal. It is critical to remove nitrogen and phosphorus from wastewater effluents to preserve surface waters from pollution. Fermentation can create a carbon source that can be used to remove nitrogen and phosphorus. It is a tool for cutting down on the costs of biological nutrient removal.


Biological Treatment Technologies Market Based on application:



  • Residential: A moving bed biological reactor (MBBR) is a type of biological reactor that uses a moving bed. For example, iron sulfate to wastewater before biological treatment reduces phosphorous in tough-to-treat pulp mill wastewater. Moreover, used UV light to remove challenging substances such as chemical residues and pharmaceutical compounds.

  • Commercial: Biological Treatment Technologies is people in and around your institution, a reliable sewage system is key. Biological Treatment Technological sustainable, eco-friendly, and efficient - offering a long-term answer to your wastewater problems.

  • Industrial: Biological treatment of industrial waste and wastewater is a process in which bacteria and other microorganisms consume organic compounds as food. One or more species of bacteria, fungus, ciliates, rotifers, or other microbes can eat almost any organic item.


Biological Treatment Technologies Market Based on capacity:



  • 0-50 KG/DAY: The basic anaerobic CSTR system is used to treat municipal sewage sludge as well as the organic portions of municipal solid wastes. It can manage an organic loading rate (OLR) of 1–4 kg chemical oxygen demand (COD)/m3(Cubic metre)/d and has a detention time of about 25 days.

  • 50-100 KG/DAY: If enough land is available, treatment can be carried out in specifically built pond systems. Due to high temperature and light intensities, warm climates have comparatively high organic load clearance rates and algal oxygen generating capabilities. For aerobic systems, loading rates of 50–100 kg/(ha/day) are commonly used.

  • 101-300 KG/DAY: The fill and draw style of operation connected with tanning processes, as well as the diverse procedures used for hide preparation, tanning, and finishing, contribute to the variability of tannery wastewaters. The type of raw hides used and the desired features of the completed product defines these operations. At least 300 kg of chemicals are added to every tonne of hides during the tanning process. Tannery effluent is one of the most dangerous pollutants produced by industry.

  • 301-500 KG/DAY: The nitrification and denitrification of nitrogen present in domestic wastewater, which is typically in the form of urea, ammonia, and proteins, also produces nitrous oxide.

  • 500-1000 KG/DAY: Industrial aerobic wastewater treatment systems come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with varying capital and running expenses. Expect a 175,000 GPD fixed-bed bioreactor (FBBR) system with 4,000 mg/L BOD (i.e., 90 percent removal of 2,600 kg/day BOD) on average. Anaerobic systems often have lower chemical and energy costs (with the possibility of energy recovery if using biogas), as well as lower solids production and disposal costs.


Biological Treatment Technologies Market Based on treatment site:



  • Off-site: Biodegradation, incineration, and excavation with off-site disposal are all common treatment options for nonhalogenated SVOCs in soil, sediment, and sludge. Many sites have done considerable excavation, extraction, and off-site disposal of contaminated soil (with or without stabilization) to a landfill. As a result of increased regulatory control, landfilling hazardous materials, particularly hazardous wastes, is becoming more difficult and expensive.

  • On-site: On-site (or decentralized) wastewater treatment systems treat wastewater from a home or company and return it to the receiving environment after treatment. Because most of them include a septic tank for partial treatment, they are commonly referred to as septic systems. On-site wastewater treatment is commonly employed in low housing density areas, and centralized wastewater treatment is not cost-effective.


Biological Treatment Technologies Market Based on region:



  • North America: North America hosts the largest base of water utility in commercial, industrial, municipal, and residential with water and wastewater infrastructure and services. The revolutionary Attached Growth Airlift Reactor (AGAR) removes a large amount of BOD (Biochemical oxygen demand) while also removing a lot of nitrogen. The method can be used to extend or modify existing wastewater treatment plants, as well as to treat biodegradable industrial wastewater efficiently in a limited space.

  • Europe: MBT (Mechanical biological treatment) is a waste treatment process that has been used for a long time in Germany. The development of these technologies has been fuelled by regulatory constraints on landfill space, the hunt for alternatives to incineration, and rising landfill disposal prices. Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, and the Netherlands are the largest European markets for established MBT plants, with others such as the UK rising rapidly. Furthermore, this MBT technique is being used in countries outside of Europe.

  • Asia-Pacific: A sewage treatment system destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami on Japan's east coast has been replaced with a biological treatment technology previously used for industrial water. Incineration has been met with hostility in developed countries such as the European Union due to environmental concerns. However, because of the permissive environmental rules in developing countries, the technique is commonly used in Asia-Pacific countries like Thailand and Indonesia.

  • Middle East & Africa: In biological treatment processes, the mechanical pre-treatment of raw waste is the first step. Sieves, coarse filters, or settling remove coarse pollutants and undissolved organic compounds. The following pre-treatment methods can be used depending on the quantity of the waste. The rising need for municipal solid waste treatment is one of the primary factors driving biological treatment technologies market research.

  • South America: Waste management is one of many challenges the South America region has to confront. In this region, many technologies are used to treat waste. Waste treatment plants produce biogas (primarily comprising methane and carbon dioxide) by anaerobic digestion or fermentation of biodegradable materials such as sewage, manure, human municipal solid waste, and green waste. Biogas can be burnt on-site to produce electricity and heat for the treatment plant through combined heat and power (CHP)