March 2000

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Chemical sector: major market for air pollution systems

Sales of air pollution control systems and the accompanying engineering and monitoring services will exceed $26 billion worldwide in 2000. So says the latest forecast from the McIlvaine Company, North..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Sales of air pollution control systems and the accompanying engineering and monitoring services will exceed $26 billion worldwide in 2000. So says the latest forecast from the McIlvaine Company, Northbrook, Illinois. The power industry will spend more than $9 billion. Over $3.3 billion will be spent on SO2 and NOx reduction alone. More than $2.3 billion will be spent for particulate removal systems. The next-largest market will be the chemical industry, with revenues of over $3.3 billion. Scrubbers for acid gas and adsorbers for organics will account for more than $900 million. The metals industry – from automobile manufacture to foundries and steel mills – will n

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