December 1999

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Market for advanced chemical treatment

The U.S. market for advanced chemical waste treatments is estimated at nearly $5.5 billion in 1999, according to a study from Business Communications Co., Inc. By 2005, the total is expected to be $8...

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The U.S. market for advanced chemical waste treatments is estimated at nearly $5.5 billion in 1999, according to a study from Business Communications Co., Inc. By 2005, the total is expected to be $8.5 billion – a 7.6% average annual growth rate. The market for chemical treatments of waste is diverse and fragmented. It is made up of a variety of dissimilar segments. Technologies that comprise this segment include oxidation, ion exchange, thermal technologies and electrically driven technologies. Oxidation methods account for about 83% of the total market. Oxidation-based treatments are highly flexible with existing applications in water, air and soil pollution control

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