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Global Bioremediation Markets and Technologies to 2023 with Profiles of Key Players - ResearchAndMarkets.com

February 19, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb 19, 2019--The “Bioremediation: Global Markets and Technologies to 2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This report includes a patent analysis and a listing of company profiles for key players in the bioremediation market.

In the report, the in situ bioremediation type is segmented as phytoremediation, bioventing, bioleaching, bioslurping, biostimulation and bioaugmentation. The ex-situ bioremediation type is segmented as composting, controlled solid-phase treatment and slurry-phase biological treatment. Biodegradation is a cost-effective natural process that is useful for the treatment of organic wastes. The extent of biodegradation is greatly dependent upon the initial concentrations and toxicity of the contaminants, the properties of the contaminated soil, their biodegradability and the specific treatment system selected. In biodegradation treatment, the targeted contaminants are semi-volatile and nonhalogenated volatile organics and fuels. The benefits of bioremediation, however, are limited to sites with highly chlorinated organics and high concentrations of metals, as they may be harmful to the microorganisms.

Bioremediation is a method that uses naturally occurring microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and yeast to degrade or break down hazardous substances into non-toxic or less-toxic substances. Microorganisms eat and digest organic substances for energy and nutrients. There are certain microorganisms that can dissolve organic substances such as solvents or fuels that are hazardous to the environment. These microorganisms degrade the organic contaminants into less-toxic products, mainly water and carbon dioxide. The microorganisms must be healthy and active for this to occur.

Bioremediation technology helps microorganisms grow and boosts microbial population by generating optimum environmental conditions. The particular bioremediation technology utilized is determined by various factors, including the site conditions, the presence of a type of microorganisms, and the toxicity and quantity of contaminant chemicals.

Bioremediation takes place under anaerobic and aerobic conditions. In the case of aerobic conditions, microorganisms utilize the amount of oxygen present in the atmosphere to function. With a sufficient amount of oxygen, microorganisms transform organic contaminants into water and carbon dioxide. Anaerobic conditions help biological activity in which oxygen is not present so that the microorganisms degrade chemical compounds present in the soil to release the required amount of energy.

Bioremediation technology is used to clean up contaminated water and soil. There are two main types of bioremediation: in situ and ex-situ. The in situ bioremediation process treats the contaminated groundwater or soil in the location where it is found. The ex-situ process requires the pumping of groundwater or the excavation of contaminated soil before it can be treated.

The application of bioremediation technology in the water bodies sector held the largest market share in 2017, and it is expected to remain the market leader throughout the forecast period. The ever-increasing use of bioremediation techniques for treating sewage, lakes, rivers and streams, ponds and aqua culture is anticipated to create huge growth opportunities for the market inthe coming years. In recent years, however, the rise in the agriculture industries has augmented the growth of hazardous pollutants in the environment, and thus the application of bioremediation methods in the agricultural sector is expected to be the fastest-growing segment.

Estimated values used are based on manufacturers’ total revenues. Projected and forecast revenue values are in constant U.S. dollars unadjusted for inflation.

The Report Includes:

Analyses of global market trends with data from 2017 and 2018, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2023 An assessment of opportunities and innovation-driven bioremediation market highlights, as well as the major regions and countries involved in such developments Examination of key trends related to the types of bioremediation and applications that shape and influence the bioremediation industry Coverage of significant bioremediation patents and their allotments in each category across the U.S., Japan and European region Information about increasing awareness related to environmental safety and global warming as a driving force to the bioremediation industry Competitive landscape for key players in the bioremediation market, their growth strategies and revenue details Detailed company profiles of major leaders, including BioRemedy Pty. Ltd., DryLet LLC, Envirogen Technologies Inc., Bioremediation Consulting Inc., and MicroGen Biotech Ltd.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Introduction

Study Goals and Objectives Reasons for Doing This Study Scope of Report Research Methodology Intended Audience Information Sources Geographical Breakdown Analyst’s Credentials Custom Research Related Reports

Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights

Chapter 3 Market and Technology Background

Market Definition and the Evolution of Bioremediation Technology Definition Future Outlook and Expectations North America Europe Asia-Pacific Rest of the World Significant New Product Launches Market Dynamics Drivers Restraints Key Developments in the Field of Bioremediation New Techniques for the Decontamination of Polluted Soils Deployment of Fungi to Lower the Toxicity Left from the Aftermath of the Fires in North Bay, Calif. Geosyntec’s Cost-Effective Bioremediation Solution for the Groundwater Contamination Bioremediation of Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil at Kuujjuaq Airport, Canada Quotes by Key Opinion Leaders

Chapter 4 Market Breakdown by Type

Introduction In situ Bioremediation Phytoremediation Bioventing Bioleaching Bioslurping Biostimulation Bioaugmentation Ex situ Bioremediation Composting Controlled Solid-Phase Treatment Slurry-Phase Biological Treatment

Chapter 5 Market Breakdown by Application

Introduction Water Bodies Mining Petrochemicals and Other Chemicals Agriculture Natural Calamity-Affected Areas Service Stations and Shipyards Others

Chapter 6 Market Breakdown by Region

Introduction North America Europe Asia-Pacific Rest of the World

Chapter 7 Competitive Analysis

Analysis of Market Opportunities Rising Number of Industrial Sectors Emerging Technologies in Bioremediation Market Share Analysis

Chapter 8 Patent Review and New Developments

Patent Review by Year and Country Important Bioremediation Patents

Chapter 9 Company Profiles

ABB Environmental Services Inc. Altogen Labs Ameret Llc Bioactive Services Inc. Bioremediation Consulting Inc. Bioremediation Services Inc. Bioremedy Pty. Ltd. Carus Corp. Drylet Llc Eco Blue Bioremediation Canada EG&G Inc. Envirogen Technologies Inc. Fiton Group Geovation Engineering P.C. Ivey International Inc. JRW Bioremediation Llc Kankyo Cleantech Llp Lambda Bioremediation Systems Inc. Makona Hardware And Industrial (Pty.) Ltd. Microgen Biotech Ltd. Oil Spill Eater International Corp. Probiosphere Inc. QM Environmental International B.V. Renovagen Ltd. RNAS Remediation Products Sustainable Bioremediation And Phytoremediation Operations Sevenson Environmental Services Inc. Shandong Sukahan Bio-Technology Co. Ltd. Trident Environmental Llc Verde Environmental Group

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