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EBJ-Jul-Aug-2011.zip

EBJ-Jul-Aug-2011.zip

EBJ Vol XXIV No 07 & 08: Environmental Industry Overview

EBJ presents its annual statistical breakdown on the 14 segments of the U.S. environmental industry with 2008, 2009, and 2010 revenues and growth. Survey results, survey opinions and interviews with executives identify growth areas in client categories and services, changes in margins and business approach in 2011 and key concerns for environmental industry executives face in the market today. A general industry and statistical overview is followed by dedicated reviews of the environmental testing, hazardous waste management and recycling/resource recovery segments. Features include a report on the booming opportunities in shale gas development, Q&As with seven consulting firms, cleantech investment trends, how utilities are preparing for new air regs and EBJ's Andy Paterson on the view from Washington.

Exhibits and data included in this issue are:

  • Environmental Industry vs. GDP Growth: 1988 to 2010
  • The U.S. Environmental Industry: Revenues and Growth, 2008-2010
  • Issues of Greatest Concern for Environmental Executives in 2011
  • Growth Reported by EBJ EBJ Mid-Year 2011 Snapshot Survey Respondents
  • Margin Performance Change: 2010 to 2011
  • Changing Markets Mean Changing Priorities: Change in allocation of business or corporate development resources in 2012
  • Clean Harbors: Annual Revenues 2003-2010 ($mil)
  • Veolia Environnement: Global Revenues 2006-2010 (€ mil)
  • Perma-Fix Environmental Services: Revenues 2006-2010 ($mil)
  • EnergySolutions: U.S. Revenues 2006-2010 ($mil)
  • U.S. Environmental Testing Market: 2005-2012 ($mil)
  • List of Top Environmental Labs in 2010
  • Disposition of U.S. Municipal Solid Waste: 1989-2008
  • Waste Management Inc. Revenues 2006-2010 ($mil)
  • Republic Services: Annual Revenues 2008-2010
  • Top 10 Cleantech Venture investment Deals in Q2 2011
  • Cleantech Investment Value by Sector: Q1 & Q2 2011
  • Global Cleantech Venture Invest Totals: 2002-2010
  • Presidential Election Recent History and Paterson's Battleground for 2012

Also for Corporate Subscribers:

  • Full set of data tables on the environmental industry in 2010 and 2011-2014 forecast in excel format
  • Complete results from EBJ Mid-Year 2011 Snapshot Survey in excel format

Table of Contents

01.Industry Overview: Recovery is slow to take hold in the environmental industry. Growth of 3.1% in 2010 is expected to increase to 5-6% in 2011, but concerns for executives persist.pg 1-5

02.Shale gas development attracts engineering, equipment, waste and water firms to the hottest regions of the country as new services spring up to keep pace with rampant E&P.pg 6-10

03.Hazardous waste companies broaden their footprint into recycling, field services and energy development; Nuclear firms stay focused but expand borders.pg 10-15

04.Environmental labs rebound in 2010 and leaders endure the competitive market with varying strategies of national networks or centralized operations.pg 16-20

05.Recycling, scrap and waste mangement firms benefit from high prices for paper, steel, aluminum and other commodities, but rates of recovery appear to be stagnating; leading companies broaden their interests into technology, landfill gas and alternative fuels.pg 21-26

06.Executive Q&As: Six mid-sized C&Es and AECOM are prospering in 2011.pg 27-33

07.Cleantech investment slows in 2010 and 2011 from a frenzied past and later-stage deals are the nrom, but more multinational companies are buying into a variety of segments.pg 33-35

08.Utilities prepared for an onslaught of air regulations... well of the do most anyway.pg 36-37

09.Andy Paterson tries to make sense of the crisis in Congress and makes some bold predictions for the 2012 election.pg 38-39

 

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