The geotextiles market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 9.7 percent from 20222-2030. In terms of value, the market would increase from $8.399 billion to $19.324 billion by 2030 according to a study.
The demand for geotextile has been on the rise in different sectors that include agriculture and construction. Geotextiles have technical and economic advantages over conventional materials. They are cheaper as well and have a lesser environmental impact than conventional construction materials. Geotextile-based projects use fewer materials like concrete and cement which makes construction cost-effective. The demand for geo-synthetic materials is likely to continue to grow as they use fewer materials like concrete and steel. Additionally, they have smaller carbon footprints than their traditional counterparts.
Another advantage of using geotextile materials is that besides cost advantage they have a longer lifespan. Their use reduces environmental worries like soil erosion. It is possible that the regulatory organization might make it mandatory to use geotextiles in certain areas of construction market.
The use of geotextiles is rapidly expanding. We now see furniture being made from geosynthetic materials, and packing and nonwoven geotextiles are eliminating the use of other materials. Medical devices and the dressing of geosynthetic materials are common.