September 2000

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Environmental industry: to be 'most changed' by the Internet?

A detailed analysis of e-commerce and the U.S. environmental industry from Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI) concludes that, in general, the environmental industry has entered the Intern..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A detailed analysis of e-commerce and the U.S. environmental industry from Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI) concludes that, in general, the environmental industry has entered the Internet arena later than many other sectors. With the exception of a few well-capitalized ventures in the water business, most environmental industry segments lack any significant Internet company or strategy. Beyond attempting to use the Internet in various ways as a productivity tool, few consulting and engineering (C&E) companies have started exploiting the Web for their own business benefit. Only one-third of environmental engineering firms surveyed by EBI have actually adopted an articulated st

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