EBJ Vol XXVIII No 04: The U.S. Remediation Industry 2015

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The conventional wisdom about hazardous waste cleanup - that the job would be done within the foreseeable future, that the roster of contaminated sites would shrink to nothing, that cleanup programs would "sunset" - has never been entirely accepted within the environmental industry. Just when it seems a horizon might appear, new sites from America's industrial legacy are found, new contaminants emerge, and jobs become more complex, so the remediation business rolls on. This edition features EBJ's analysis of the remediation business in 2015 will market size, breakdowns, growth and forecasts by client sectors, trends in technology applications, service and technology company profiles and features on brownfields, contract vehicles and sustainable remediation. Results of the EBJ's 2015 Survey of Remediation Companies, Markets, and Technologies highlight key trends, allow benchmarking and support market planning.

Exhibits and data included in and with this issue are:

  • U.S. Remediation Market by Client,1988-2014
  • Revenue Growth in Remediation: Company vs. Segment Response
  • Number of U.S. Hazardous Waste Sites
  • U.S. Remediation Market in 2014 ($mil, share)
  • Remediation revenues by type of project
  • Remediation Client Market Rating: Growth Prospects: 2015-2017
  • Remediation Contract Type Breakdown: 2002-2015
  • Remediation Technologies Applied on Active Sites: Soil & Groundwater: 2008-2015
  • Site Characterization Methods
  • EPA Brownfields Program Accomplishments
  • U.S. Remediation Market 2012-2014: $Mil and Growth
  • ASTM Standard Guide For Greener Cleanups

Table of Contents

01.EBJ 2015 Remediation Market Review: Growth slipped in 2013-2014 as a decline in federal markets was enough to overcome some rebound in the private sector.pg 1-6

02.Remediation firms adjust to shifting sands in contracting vehicles.pg 6-11

03.Brownfields redevelopment moves forward—with hurdles and challenges.pg 12-17

04.Sustainable remediation: Not yet mainstream, but not losing ground.pg 17-19

05.Profiles: SCS Engineers gets an edge with construction capability and sustainability expertise; TerraTherm grows as ISTR gains acceptance; Trihydro grows by taking market share; Soil-Therm continues R&D and modular units; Regenesis advocates integration; Envirocon sees stability and service breadth as differentiators.pg 20-27

06.M&A activity and private equity investment remains high in the industry.pg 28-30

 

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