Environmental concerns owing to robust industrialization coupled with the risks of global warming have given rise to issues for sustainable development in future.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/23/2017 -- Global Industrial Emission Control Systems Market: Snapshot
The sources of static pollution in industries are refineries, cement plants, power plants, and smelters. They release harmful contaminants into the atmosphere, thus polluting it. These contaminants are required to be controlled employing various effective technologies. These systems are known for destroying the contaminants produced either by catalytic or thermal combustion or by converting toxic contents into less harmful chemicals. These processes are done by the use of processes such as selective catalytic reduction. Industrial emission control systems keep a check on the level of emissions from industries by employing different technologies based on the type of contaminant emitted from the source and the level of efficiency required. Rising levels of nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide, and harmful particulate emissions have triggered alarms in order to prevent environmental damages. As a result of this, the adoption of industrial emission control systems took a boost.
In 2016, WHO stated in a report that 80% of the people living in urban areas are exposed to air quality levels that surpass the World Health Organization limits. According to the air quality database, around 98% of cities in middle and low income countries do not meet the air quality guidelines of WHO. However, in high income nations, the percentage is around 56%.
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Global Industrial Emission Control Systems Market: Trends and Prospects
Environmental concerns owing to robust industrialization coupled with the risks of global warming have given rise to issues for sustainable development in future. Global warming has turned out to be the main focus of global geopolitics. As a result of this, industries across the globe are striving towards installing emission control systems in order to adhere to strict regulations imposed by governing and organizational bodies pertaining to the negative impact that the emission of harmful wastes has on the environment. It has become imperative for industries to deploy technologies that perform elimination, conversion, and collection of harmful substances emitted by industries. Thus, this has stimulated the growth of the global industrial emission control systems market. Furthermore, as governments across the globe are striving to decrease the damage caused by industrial emissions, they are collaborating with several environmental organizations in order to develop standards to manage the level of emissions from industries. This is further expected to trigger the demand for industrial control systems.
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Global Industrial Emission Control Systems Market: Market Potential
One of the leading companies operating in the global industrial emission control systems market, BASF, consolidated the operations of its chemical catalyst refining and recycling to a production facility in South Carolina named Seneca in 2015. In the same year, BASF Catalyst LLC also entered into a joint venture agreement with TODA KOGYO Corp. by establishing BASF TODA Battery Materials LLC. Since then, it has been focusing on the development of customized industrial emission control systems. Another major agreement was signed between DuPont and Lundberg to develop and supply exclusive air pollution control system for refining petrochemical plants and coke calciners associated with it.
Global Industrial Emission Control Systems Market: Regional Overview
Region-wise, the market for industrial emission control systems can be segmented into Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World. Owing to robust industrial development in Italy, Spain, and France. Increasing pollution caused from industries in India and China is expected to bode well for the market growth in Asia Pacific. North America is anticipated to emerge as lucrative region owing to the presence of leading companies in the region.
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Global Industrial Emission Control Systems Market: Competitive Landscape
With the mergers and acquisitions in the go and initiatives to develop innovative products, companies are striving to gain a leading position. Some of the key players are BASF, John Matthey, Alstom Group, Babcock and Wilcox Enterprises, and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Limited.
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