SIC 4959 | NAICS 562910
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Comprehensive market research reports provide in-depth industry analysis and five-year forecasts, with special focus on the underlying structure and external forces and relationships that affect industries and their performance. Report contents include:
Career guide provides an overview of this environmental service sector, with topics covered in the guide including media applied to (e.g., topsoil, subsoil, sediment, groundwater, and surface water), technologies and methods (e.g., site assessment and mapping, excavation, dredging, solidification and stabilization, oxidation, soil vapor extraction, and bioremediation), and occupational categories.
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Remediation & Industrial Services
Comprehensive research report provides in-depth analysis of this service sector, with topics covered in the report including industry overview, industrial and abatement services, EBJ survey results, U.S. market analysis, federal and state markets, nuclear and coal plant decommissioning, brownfields, abandoned mining sites, other private markets, competitive success factors, and company profiles.
EBJ Survey: The U.S. Remediation Industry
Environmental Business Journal survey analyzes the U.S. market for this service sector, with data provided by the survey including overall U.S. market size, market by client sector, revenue growth by company and segment, revenues by type of project, growth prospects by client sector, number of U.S. hazardous waste sites, breakdown of contracts by type, and trends in technology applications.
Remediation Market DataPack
Excel workbook provides a detailed analysis of this service sector, with information provided in the workbook including historical and forecast market data by project phase, market category, project size, and service segment (e.g., industrial, abatement), technology applications trends, contract trends, top companies ranked by revenue, and projected EPA site numbers and cost estimates.
Comprehensive study provides in-depth analysis of the market for these services, with information provided including historical demand and forecasts by service (e.g., waste collection, treatment and disposal, remediation, and material recovery), market (e.g., government, residential, manufacturing, retail/wholesale, service industries, and construction and demolition), and U.S. geographic region.
Market research report examines the global market for technologies commonly used in remediating environmental contamination, with topics addressed in the report including overview of contaminants and site assessment, overview of current technology types, patent analysis, industry landscape and structure, global market by industrial application and geographic region, and leading player profiles.
Five-year financial statement analysis includes income statements, balance sheets, and key financial ratios, with data available by sales size range on a national, state, and metro area level.
Financial information section of this profile includes income statements, balance sheets, and financial ratios by company size for companies that remediate and clean up contaminated buildings, sites, and groundwater, with services provided including excavation and dredging, site reclamation, waste water treatment, toxic material removal, and emergency cleanup of oil, fuels, and other hazardous materials.
Annual employment and wage survey provides hourly and annual wage data for personnel employed in this service sector on a national, state, and metropolitan area basis, with occupational categories covered in the survey including hazardous materials removal workers who remove, transport, and dispose of hazardous materials such as asbestos, lead paint, waste oil, fuel, or contaminated soil.
Free online service provides median salary and hourly wage data for selected job positions in this service sector such as environmental scientist, project manager, project engineer, technician, and heavy equipment operator, with firms for which salary or wage data is provided including CH2M Hill, Inc., Safety-Kleen/Clean Harbors, Inc., Arcadis, U.S., Inc., and Veolia Environmental Services, Inc.