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Market Analysis - Pollution Control 2018

Market Analysis

Summary of Pollution control 2018:

Environmental Testing Market: By Sample (Wastewater, Soil, Water, & Air), By Contaminant (Heavy Metal, Microbiological, Organic, Residue & Solids), By Technology (Conventional & Rapid) - Forecast (2017 - 2022)

The Global Environmental Testing Market is segmented into sample, contaminant and technology. On the basis of sample the market is segmented into soil, water, air and waste water whereas contaminants category includes: heavy metals, microbiological contaminants, solids, residues and organic compounds. Sample testing for contaminants is done by manufacturing companies in order to ensure the compliance of waste or the disposals with environmental standards.

Environmental Testing Market is also segmented by technology in two methods:

  • Conventional Method
  • Rapid Method.

Conventional method includes dissolved oxygen determination in water analysis, chemical and biological oxygen demand and culture plate method to detect presence of microbes whereas rapid method includes immunoassay-based methods, hybridization-based technology, advanced spectrometry-based technology, biosensors application, fast in-house testing and chromatography-based technology.

Market size and forecast is provided for the regions of APAC, Europe, North America and RoW. A detailed qualitative analysis of the factors responsible for driving and restraining growth of the Environmental Testing market and future opportunities are provided in the report. This report on the global environment testing market identifies many such insights and M&A opportunities, besides providing a detailed analysis of the market.

Sample Companies Profiled in this Report are:

  • Asurequality Limited(New Zealand)
  • Bureau Veritas S.A.(France)
  • Environmental Testing, Inc(U.S.)
  • Eurofins Scientific(Luxembourg)
  • Intertek Group Plc(U.K.)
  • 30+.

Scope and Importance:

Environment is constituted by the associating frameworks of physical, organic and social components between related in different routes, separately and by and large. These components might be clarified as under: (1) Physical components Physical components are as space, landforms, water bodies, atmosphere soils, rocks and minerals. They decide the variable character of the human natural surroundings, its chances and also impediments. (2) Biological components Organic components, for example, plants, creatures, microorganisms and men constitute the biosphere. (3) Cultural components Social components, for example, financial, social and political components are basically synthetic highlights, which make social milieu Significance of Environment Studies: the earth contemplates illuminate us, about the significance of insurance and preservation of our aimless arrival of contamination into the environment. At present an extraordinary number of environment issues, have developed in size and unpredictability step by step, undermining the survival of humanity on earth. We learn about these issues other than and compelling recommendations in the Environment Studies.

Why Rome:

Rome has the status of a global city. Rome ranked in 2014 as the 14th most visited city in the world, 3rd most visited in the European Union, and the most popular tourist attraction in Italy. Its historic centre is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Monuments and museums such as the Vatican Museums and the Colosseum are among the world's most visited tourist destinations with both locations receiving millions of tourists a year. Rome hosted the 1960 Summer Olympics and is the seat of United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

 

Rome is a major EU and international financial, cultural and a business centre. With a 2005 GDP of €94.376 billion (US$121.5 billion), the city produces 6.7% of the national GDP (more than any other single city in Italy), and its unemployment rate, lowered from 11.1% to 6.5% between 2001 and 2005, is now one of the lowest rates of all the European Union capital cities. Rome grows +4.4% annually and continues to grow at a higher rate in comparison to any other city in the rest of the country. This means that were Rome a country, it would be the world's 52nd richest country by GDP, near to the size to that of Egypt. Rome also had a 2003 GDP per capita of €29,153 (US$ 37,412), which was second in Italy, (after Milan), and is more than 134.1% of the EU average GDP per capita. Also, Rome hosts the head offices of the vast majority of the major Italian companies and corporations, as well as the headquarters of 3 of the world's 100 largest companies: Enel, Eni, and Telecom Italia.

Conference Highlights:

Pollution

Environmental Pollution

Air Pollution and Treatment

Water Pollution and Treatment

Solid Waste Disposal

Marine Pollution

Industrial Pollution

Waste Management and Treatment

Pollution Control Technologies and Devices

Pollution Sources

Pollution and Health Effects

Human Impact on the Environment

Environmental Sustainability and Development

Bioenergy and Biofuels

Renewable Energy

Trending Market in Pollution Control Devices

Entrepreneur Investment Meet

Why to Attend??

Pollution control 2018 conference will feature 14 technical sessions, a poster session, exhibit hall, keynotes lectures and Special feature includes student workshop.

Pollution control 2018 is a perfect platform for environmentalists, researchers, scientists, decision makers and students to come together, compare findings, and discuss the science of the future. Share your research with an engaged audience of your peers from around the globe. Learn from scientific trail blazers who are designing more sustainable processes for achieving a pollution controlled environment.

Noble laureates, Presidents, Vice-presidents, Deans, Chairs, Co-chairs, Department Heads, Environmentalists, Researchers, PhD Students, Non-PhD Students, etc.. Vendors will have the opportunity to introduce the latest advancements in Environmental pollution control technologies to a diverse audience by becoming a conference sponsor via exhibits or workshops.

  • Academia  41%
  • Researchers  25%
  • Industries  20%
  • Students  12%
  • Others  3%

Top Societies Associated with Pollution Control Research

Around the Globe

·         The International Biometrics Society (Australasian Region)

·         The International Environmetrics Society (TIES)

·         American Statistical Association Section on Statistics and the Environment

·         International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs)

·         Royal Statistical Society Environmental Statistics Section

·         Worldwide pollution Control Association

·         Environmental Protection Agency

·         National Association of Clean Air Agencies

·         Air & Waste Management Association

·         Cen SARA (Central States Air Resource Agencies)

·         USDA Agricultural Air Quality Task Force

·          Air Pollution Control Equipment Manufacturers Association of Australia

·         Australian Marine Sciences Association

·         Total Air Pollution Control (TAPC) Sydney, Australia

·         The Australian Water Association

·         Ecological Society of Australia

·         The Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand

·         Food & Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations

·         Australian Institute of Environmental Health