22 Books found

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  • Environmental Consulting & Engineering Market Datapack

    Environmental Consulting & Engineering Market Datapack

    The data package includes the following Environmental Consulting & Engineering industry and market data tables. (Final annual figures are included for 2009 for markets and the top 340 U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering firms with market estimates for 2010 based on first-half or three-quarter data and survey responses by companies.)

  • Remediation Market Datapack

    Remediation Market Datapack

    The 2010 Remediation Market Datapack is a 10-tab spreadsheet workbook including detailed output from EBI's remediation market model derived from EBI's database of remediation companies, annual survey results, interviews with companies, experts and analysts. The downloadable file also includes a list of the top 150 remediation companies and survey results and opinions.

  • Report 1016: Air Pollution Control Equipment

    Report 1016: Air Pollution Control Equipment

    Report 1016: Air Pollution Control Equipment is EBJ's latest and most up-to-date analysis of the highly-competitive air pollution control market. Read a current overview of the air quality market, analysis of equipment needs and technological trends, major business opportunities, emerging policy-driven growth areas, and the latest market data.

  • Report 118: Environmental Testing & Analytical Services

    Report 118: Environmental Testing & Analytical Services

    Report 118: Environmental Testing & Analytical Services (updated for Q1 of 2010) analyzes markets, competition, customer needs, and technology trends in the $1.9-billion U.S. market for environmental testing and analytical services. This comprehensive 236-page report is based on surveys, interviews and in-depth primary research on revenue generation, financial performance, and customer relationships of leading and emerging analytical servi

  • Report 2020: The U.S. Environmental Industry & Global Markets

    Report 2020: The U.S. Environmental Industry & Global Markets

    Report 2020: The U.S. Environmental Industry & Global Markets is a comprehensive, 2,700+ 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.

  • Report 2020B: The U.S. Environmental Industry Overview

    Report 2020B: The U.S. Environmental Industry Overview

    Report 2020B: The U.S. Environmental Industry Overview (updated for Q1 of 2010) – EBJ's 135-page snapshot of the U.S. environmental industry includes market quantification of all environmental industry segments, including revenues, number of companies, jobs, exports and pertinent trends in each segment of the industry. Historical analysis and growth projections are also provided for each segment.Report 2020B: The U.S. Environmen

  • Report 215: Solid Waste Management, Resource Recovery & Waste Management Equipment

    Report 215: Solid Waste Management, Resource Recovery & Waste Management Equipment

    Report 215: Solid Waste Management, Resource Recovery & Waste Management Equipment analyzes markets, competition, customer needs and trends in the fiercely competitive market for solid waste management. In addition, this comprehensive 177-page briefing provides in-depth research on revenue generation, financial performance as well as growth and changes in recycling infrastructure.

  • Report 318: Remediation & Industrial Services

    Report 318: Remediation & Industrial Services

    The 482-page Report 318: Remediation & Industrial Services (updated for Q1 of 2010) is designed to help environmental industry executives track business trends, identify emerging sectors, and benchmark performance in this complex market. It is a comprehensive view of the remediation industry with detailed analysis and projections for all subsegments, buying factors for private and government clients, and profitability by customer and proje

  • Report 4000: The Climate Change Industry

    Report 4000: The Climate Change Industry

    After more than two and half years of research, EBI presents its premier version of Report 4000: The Climate Change Industry. CCBJ's current estimates peg the climate change industry on the order of $190 billion in the United States in 2009 and $620 billion worldwide.

  • Report 4200: Carbon Capture & Storage Markets

    Report 4200: Carbon Capture & Storage Markets

    Report 4200: Carbon Capture & Storage Markets profiles CCS development and pilot plant activity in Europe, Canada and the U.S. and a list of major carbon capture and storage projects. In addition to charts depicting percentage of electricity generation from coal, fuel costs,and the operating cost increase of coal fired plants with CCS, forecasts and likely development scenario derived from interviews and a comprehensive CCBJ survey are pre

  • Report 4500: Green Building Markets

    Report 4500: Green Building Markets

    Report 4500: Green Building Markets estimates the U.S. green building industry at $45 billion in 2007, leveling to $50-55 billion in 2008 and 2009, in terms of value of green buildings put in place during the calendar year. Annual growth was 30-40% from 2004-2007, after 50-60% growth in 2001-2003 when EBI Inc. started estimating the value of green buildings based on LEED certification data, total construction data, interviews and surveys of pr

  • Report 4600: Transportation

    Report 4600: Transportation

    Report 4600: Transportation is an assessment and quantitative analysis of an emerging industry of transportation business opportunities resulting from climate change policy. Sub-segments quantified include U.S. sales and growth in Alternative Fuel Vehicles: Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs); Electric Vehicles (EV); Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFVs); and Other Alternative Fuel Vehicles (AFVs: Cars, Trucks, Buses); also Bio-fuels (ethanol, bio-diesel) and

  • Report 4700: Carbon Markets

    Report 4700: Carbon Markets

    Report 4700: Carbon Markets focuses on Carbon Markets; it offers estimates of regulated and voluntary carbon trading activity. It also looks at carbon emissions brokerages, voluntary carbon offset markets, agricultural and forestry carbon offsets, the participation of consulting and engineering firms in the carbon market, and individual company profiles.

  • Report 4800: Climate Change Adaptation

    Report 4800: Climate Change Adaptation

    Report 4800: Climate Change Adaptation focuses on the U.S. climate change adaptation industry and prospects for global growth. The U.S. climate change adaptation industry is just emerging, led by consulting & engineering firms doing assessment and planning work. CCBJ estimates that adaptation will grow to a billion-dollar industry in the United States by 2015, followed by exponential growth once design and construction of adaptation measur

  • Report 4900: Climate Change Consulting

    Report 4900: Climate Change Consulting

    Report 4900: Climate Change Consulting (updated for Q1 of 2010) focuses on the Climate Change Consulting Industry, but also includes detailed analysis of the broader area of Consulting & Engineering services in the Climate Change Industry CCBJ estimates place today's climate change consulting market at $1.9 billion worldwide and $670 million in the United States, but those figures are expected to more than double in the next five years, fu

  • The U.S. Environmental Industry & Global Markets

    The U.S. Environmental Industry & Global Markets

    Report 2020: The U.S. Environmental Industry & Global Markets is a comprehensive, 2,700+ 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.

  • The U.S. Environmental Industry Overview

    The U.S. Environmental Industry Overview

    Report 2020B: The U.S. Environmental Industry Overview (updated for Q1 of 2010) – EBJ's 135-page snapshot of the U.S. environmental industry includes market quantification of all environmental industry segments, including revenues, number of companies, jobs, exports and pertinent trends in each segment of the industry. Historical analysis and growth projections are also provided for each segment.Report 2