Report 2020: The United States Environmental Industry (updated December 2018) is a compilation of Environmental Business International reports containing information on all the segments of the environmental industry. It is a comprehensive, 4,000+ page report featuring historical and projected industry growth since 1970, highlights of key growth areas, business development trends, business strategies, acquisitions, firm profiles, and lists of leading companies in most environmental segments.
Summary of What’s Inside:
- Insight and trends in regulatory and economic drivers of the United States Environmental Industry
- Market breakdowns by media, service, equipment, customer, geography, and regulatory program
- Analysis of environmental capital expenditures and operating
- Costs by government and the private sector
- Competitive analysis of top firms in each segment
- Review of the global market
1 – US Environmental Industry Overview
2 – Environmental Market Drivers & Barriers
3 – Industrial and Government Drivers
4 – Clean Energy Systems and Powers
5 – US Environmental Consulting & Engineering Industry
6 – Environmental Testing and Analytical Services
7 – Solid Waste Management
8 – Remediation
9 – Hazardous Waste Management
10 – Air Pollution Equipment
11 – Environmental Instrumentation
12 – Water & Wastewater Markets
13 – Process & Prevention Technologies
14 – Global Environmental Market
The United States Environmental Industry Report is a research compendium that contains in-depth sections on each of the 14 U.S. environmental industry segments summarized in 2020B.
Environmental Business International, Inc. (EBI) has been analyzing and tracking the environmental industry since 1987 and was the first to define the environmental industry in a full quantitative manner. In the absence of any accepted Standard Industry Classification (SIC) or other codes for environmental companies, EBJ’s segmentation and quantification of the environmental industry has been adopted by the U.S. Department of Commerce in reference materials and used or adapted as the basis of industry classification by OECD, the EU (Eurostat), the UN and numerous other government and private sector sources.
Each segment in this review is characterized in terms of the range of products and services offered, the size of the market, including historical and projected growth, the number of companies participating in the segment and a list of top firms in comparative time periods. EBJ’s basic methodology for market quantification has been annual surveys of revenues generated by companies, broken down three or four different ways such as by customer, by product of service, by media and by geographic region. Each year, EBJ compiles revenue information on almost 2,000 environmental companies and public sector entities generating environmental business revenues.