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EBJ Vol XXIX No 09 & 10: Environmental Industry Overview 2016

The U.S. environmental industry grew 3.5% in 2015, according to research and data compiled by Environmental Business International Inc., publisher of EBJ. The environmental industry’s total of $363.3 billion in revenues represented 2.83% of the U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) in 2015, and EBI estimates environmental industry employment at 1.73 million in 2014, up 4,500 from 2014 with gains in clean energy offset by loss of employment in resource recovery and industrial services related to the oil & gas industry. In 2016, EBI forecasts that the U.S. environmental industry will grow 3.7%, with annual average growth in 2017-2019 of 3-4%. EBJ’s annual industry overview edition presents statistical summaries of the entire industry in 14 segments with multiple charts with revenues, growth, employment, number of companies, forecast and revenue breakdowns by client, media and function.

This 42-page edition features a section on environmental labs, industrial services with key trends and M&A, environmental information with profiles of two top software service companies, solid waste, a review of EBI’s first Pacific Northwest Environmental Industry Summit, and company profiles.

Exhibits and data included in and with this issue are:

  • Environmental Industry vs. GDP Growth: 1988 t
  • U.S. Environmental Industry: Segment Growth vs. U.S. GDP
  • Environmental Services: Key Growth Factors: 2004-2017
  • Environmental C&E Industry vs. GDP Growth: 1988 to 2017e
  • The U.S. Environmental Industry: 2014-2015 and 2016-2019 Forecast
  • U.S. Environmental Industry: Revenues by Function in 2015
  • 2012-2015 ENR Top 200 Environmental Firms: Revenue Growth
  • U.S. Environmental Industry: Revenues by Media in 2015
  • U.S. Environmental Industry Segments by Client Type in 2015 ($bil)
  • Ranking of Services for Growth in 2016-17
  • Ranking of Media for Growth in 2016-17
  • Percent of U.S. transportation units or 'cars'
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by North American Geographic Region: 2016-17
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by Global Geographic Region: 2016-17
  • Ranking of Client Sectors for Growth in 2016-17
  • PNW Ranking of Client Sectors
  • Northwest Environmental Consulting & Engineering Revenue by State in 2014 ($mil)
  • Top Portland Area C&E Firms
  • Top Puget Sound C&E Firms
  • Top 25 U.S. Environmental Lab Companies ($ millions of 2015 Environmental Revenue)
  • Total Environmental Lab Market by Primary Paying Customer
  • Top U.S. Environmental Labs 2008-2015: Ranked by 2012 Revenues
  • The U.S. Environmental Industry in 5-Year Cycles: 1990-2015 ($bil)
  • Top U.S. Solid Waste Management Companies, 2014 and 2015

Table of Contents

01.Environmental Industry Overview: The $363-billion U.S. environmental industry grew 3.5% in 2015 and is on track for 3-4% growth in 2016; The evolution or revolution of U.S. infrastructure should drive growth and innovation.pg 1-8

02.The landscape in environmental testing begins to shift with major M&As.pg 9

03.Industrial services market endures commodity price cycles, but benefits from complex new regulations, outsourcing and growing investor interest.pg 12

04.Industrial services M&A up 44% in 2016; private equity changes the dynamic.pg 18

05.SWCA continues its geographic expansion with an acquisition in New England.pg 19

06.ERM holding its own in challenging markets; finds new areas for growth.pg 21

07.Game changing C&E deals continue in increasingly global world of M&A.pg 24

08.Enablon merges; maintains high growth in dynamic information market.pg 26

09.Intelex Technologies maintains 35% growth rate; adds Ecocion in M&A.pg 30

10.Executive Q&As with seven firms by ROG’s Steve Gido.pg 33

11.Solid waste review: Trends, data and M&A signal a consistent road ahead.pg 38

 

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