North America is the largest market for superabsorbent polymers hygiene products. These hygiene products comprise of feminine hygiene, adult incontinence, etc. in this region, U.S. correspond to be the largest market for feminine hygiene products, and subsequently Canada is the next big market. Though baby diaper industry is the biggest application of this polymer, North America has the least share for this market. The declining birth rates in this region are inhibiting the baby diapers market consumption and growth.
Rise in incontinence and the increasing rate of aging population are driving the growing consumption of superabsorbent polymers (SAP) in the adult diapers industry. In this developed region, the consumers are environmentally aware and therefore, there is rise and popularity of bio-based superabsorbent polymers (SAP). Not only hygiene products but also agriculture and medical waste treatment are the applications of superabsorbent polymers (SAP) in the North America region. These are accounted as speciality niche applications in this developed region. For several health and hygiene applications in North America, there is rise in the consumption of medical superabsorbent polymers, principally in U.S. Nonwoven products determine this medical market. These products are widely used for wound care in the medical industry. Owing to the rise in chronic health diseases, this market is expected to grow rapidly.
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Superabsorbent Polymers (SAP): Superabsorbent polymers (SAP) are water-absorbing polymers.
1. INTRODUCTION TO THE NORTH AMERICA SUPERABSORBENT POLYMERS (SAP) MARKET
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3. MARKET ANALYSIS OF NORTH AMERICA SUPERABSORBENT POLYMERS (SAP)
4. NORTH AMERICA SUPERABSORBENT POLYMERS (SAP) MARKET ANALYSIS BY TYPES
5. NORTH AMERICA SUPERABSORBENT POLYMERS (SAP) MARKET ANALYSIS BY APPLICATIONS
6. NORTH AMERICA SUPERABSORBENT POLYMERS (SAP) MARKET ANALYSIS BY COUNTRY
7. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE OF NORTH AMERICA SUPERABSORBENT POLYMERS (SAP) COMPANIES
8. COMPANY PROFILES OF NORTH AMERICA SUPERABSORBENT POLYMERS (SAP) INDUSTRY
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