Market for Bioremediation Products and Services (Table of Contents)

Market for Bioremediation Products and Services


September 1, 1995
179 Pages - SKU: AA441
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Chapter One: Executive Summary

  • Definition of Bioremediation and Scope of this Report
  • Research & Development
  • Industry Challenges
  • Market Outlook and Forecast
  • Industry Structure and Participants
  • Horizontal and Vertical Integration
  • Industry Restructuring

Chapter Two: Regulations Driving the Market for Bioremediation

  • Introduction
  • Emergence of the Current Regulatory Structure
  • Superfund Sites
  • CERCLA
  • SARA Amendment
  • The National Priorities List
  • How Sites Are Added to the NPL
  • Size of the NPL
  • The National Contingency Plan
  • The Superfund Site Cleanup Process
  • Removal and Remedial Actions
  • Devising a Solution
  • Potentially Responsible Parties
  • Compelling PRPs to Assume Financial Responsibility
  • Problematic Liability System
  • The Superfund Accelerated Cleanup Model
  • State Activities
  • State Funding and Staffing Problems
  • EPA Superfund Contractors
  • Selection Process and Contractors
  • System Favors Large Contractors
  • The Alternative Remedial Contracting Strategy
  • ARCS History
  • Response Action Contracts
  • The EPA's Performance
  • Superfund Reauthorization May Benefit Bioremediation Industry
  • Corporate and Organizational Lobbying
  • The RCRA/Private Party Market
  • RCRA's Relevance to Past Sins Market
  • Corrective Action
  • Managing Sites
  • Closure of Facilities
  • Transaction-Related Statutes and Voluntary Compliance
  • Market Overview
  • Voluntary Site Cleanup
  • The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
  • RCRA Subtitle C
  • Cradle-to-Grave Tracking
  • Large- and Small-Quantity Generators
  • Large-Quantity Generators
  • Small-Quantity Generators
  • Land Disposal Restriction
  • RCRA Corrective Action
  • Solid Waste Management Units
  • Problems With Implementation
  • RCRA Closures
  • Closure and Corrective Action
  • Variables Affecting the Closure Market
  • Closures and the 1990 TC Rule
  • Corrective Action Management Unit
  • RCRA Subtitle C
  • Hazardous Waste Identification Rule
  • State Programs
  • Reauthorization
  • Super-Lien Statutes
  • Definition
  • Problems With ECRA
  • New Jersey Reforms
  • Prudent Business Practices
  • Federal and State Markets
  • Regulation and Enforcement
  • The Superfund Laws (CERCLA and SARA)
  • The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
  • Federal Facilities Compliance Act
  • The Department of Energy Market
  • Overview
  • DOE Environmental Programs
  • Number of Sites
  • Site Prioritization
  • Accelerated Cleanup
  • Contaminants Present
  • Estimated Agency Costs
  • The Department of Defense
  • Overview
  • Types of Waste
  • Number of Sites and Ownership
  • Closing of Military Bases
  • DOD Land Ownership
  • Defense Environmental Restoration Program
  • DOD Waste Reduction Actions
  • Total Environmental Restoration Contracts
  • Problems Under Military Contracts
  • Projected Costs of Cleanup
  • Civilian Federal Facilities
  • Federal Government Liability
  • Known Responsible Parties
  • The Coast Guard
  • Department of Interior
  • Department of Transportation
  • Estimated Costs for Civilian Federal Agencies
  • The State Market
  • The Leaking Underground Storage Tank Market
  • Introduction
  • Registration
  • Tank Design, Construction, Installation, and Operation Standards
  • Obligations for Owners of Underground Tanks
  • Financial Responsibility Requirements
  • State Financial Assurance Funds
  • Penalty Provisions
  • Corrective Action Process
  • The LUST Trust Fund
  • State Programs
  • Variations by State
  • Super-Lien Statutes
  • Regulatory Effect on Market
  • Tank Characteristics
  • Scope of the Underground Storage Tank Problem
  • Underground Tank Definition
  • Number of Tanks
  • Releases
  • Tank Ownership
  • Recovery Processes and Technologies
  • LUST Remediation
  • Conventional LUST Remediation

Chapter Three: Bioremediation Technologies

  • Introduction
  • Bioremediation Sites and Target Contaminants
  • The Future Look of Bioremediation
  • Bioremediation's Balance Sheet
  • Time Savings Possible
  • Some Obstacles to Growth
  • Types of Biological Site Treatment
  • Biostimulation
  • Bioaugmentation
  • Controversial Bugs
  • Supporting and Emerging Bioremediation Technologies
  • Air Sparging
  • Bioventing
  • Bioslurping
  • Fungal Remediation
  • Phytoremediation
  • Bioremediation System Approaches
  • In Situ Bioremediation
  • On-Site Bioremediation
  • Off-Site Bioremediation
  • Capabilities of Bioremediation
  • Hydrocarbon Contaminants
  • Chlorinated Solvents
  • Polychlorinated Biphenyl Compounds
  • Nitroaromatics
  • Other Industrial Solvents and Mixtures
  • Biosorption of Metals
  • The Importance of Treatability Studies
  • Research and Development Activities
  • Experimentation with Hazardous Materials
  • National Laboratories and Noncommercial Organizations
  • Selected Areas of Interest

Chapter Four: Other Remediation Technologies

  • Introduction
  • Conventional Remediation Methods
  • Pump-and-Treat Groundwater Remediation
  • Thermal Soil Remediation Technologies
  • Traditional Incineration Technologies
  • Mobile and Transportable Systems
  • High-Temperature Incineration
  • Cost of Incineration
  • Regulation
  • Landfill
  • Solidification/Stabilization
  • Alternative and Innovative Remediation Methods
  • Soil Vapor Extraction
  • Soil Washing and Solvent Extraction
  • Thermal Desorption
  • Overview of Competing Remediation Technologies
  • Issues In Remediation Technology Selection
  • How Clean Is Clean?
  • Site-Specific Analysis
  • Soil Characteristics
  • Contaminant Location
  • Nature of the Contamination
  • Extent of Contamination
  • Timetables
  • Specialist Selection
  • Information Sources

Chapter Five: The Bioremediation Market

  • Overview
  • Scope and Methodology
  • Key Markets
  • Market Composition
  • Important Technologies
  • Forecast
  • The Economics of Bioremediation
  • The Superfund Site Market for Bioremediation
  • Forecast
  • The RCRA/Private Party Site Market for Bioremediation
  • Positive Features of RCRA
  • Cost of RCRA
  • RCRA Growth Dynamics
  • Forecast
  • The Federal Facilities and State Market for Bioremediation
  • Competitive Bidding
  • Factors Affecting Growth
  • Forecast
  • The Leaking Underground Storage Tank Market for Bioremediation
  • LUST and Other Market Segments
  • Key Growth Factors
  • Factors Limiting Long-Term Growth
  • Forecast
  • International Markets
  • Environmental Biotechnology in the OECD Countries
  • Size of the World Bioremediation Market
  • International Competition
  • The Bioremediation Market in Germany
  • Potential Size of the Market
  • Industry Structure and Participants
  • Types of Companies
  • Full-Service versus Specialization
  • Horizontal and Vertical Integration
  • Industry Restructuring
  • Competition
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Shape Up or Shakeout?

Chapter Six: Profiles of Selected Companies

  • ABB Environmental Services, Inc.
  • Air & Water Technologies Corporation
  • Bioremediation Activities
  • American NuKEM Corporation
  • Acquisition of ENSR
  • Consulting and Engineering
  • Remediation and Construction
  • Bioremediation Activities
  • Bioremediation Service, Inc.
  • Canonie Environmental Service Corporation
  • BCM Acquired, Secures Additional Contracts
  • Canonie's Remediation Services
  • CH2M Hill
  • Bioremediation Activities
  • Dames & Moore
  • Government Services Division Formed
  • Aggressive Acquisitions Strategy
  • Bioremediation Activities
  • EG&G, Inc.
  • Envirogen
  • Hazardous Waste Remediation
  • Industrial Pollution Prevention and Control
  • New Reactor Technologies Unveiled
  • Research and Development Activities
  • International Joint Venture
  • Groundwater Technology, Inc.
  • Technological Capabilities
  • Envirologic Data
  • GTEL Environmental Laboratories
  • Recent Acquisitions
  • Customer Focus
  • International Technology Corporation
  • Turnkey Approach
  • Technology
  • Analytical Services
  • Joint Venture With Corning
  • DOE Contracts Awarded, Modified
  • Strategic Priorities
  • Company Cited For Superior Design
  • Bioremediation Activities
  • OHM Remediation Services Corporation
  • Bioremediation Activities
  • Acquisition of Rust International
  • Huizenga Family Foundation Investment
  • Roy F. Weston
  • Bioremediation Activities
  • Sevenson Environmental Services, Inc.
  • Sybron Chemicals, Inc.
  • Biochemical Division's Products and Services

Appendix A: Glossary of Acronyms

Appendix B: Company Names and Addresses

 
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