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Performance and Efficiency Drive ‘Will Boost’ High Performance Grease Market

The rapid pace of technology evolution across industries is stoking demand for improved performance, efficiency and reliability, will boost the market earned revenues for high-performance industrial greases from $1.22 billion in 2013 to an estimated $1.82 billion in 2019, according to research by Frost & Sullivan. Analysis of Industrial Greases … Read more »

Biohazardous Waste Volumes Reduced by 90%

Treatment plants can achieve a greater than 90 percent reduction in volume of biohazardous waste using a technology developed by Ozonator Industries of Canada. Based on its recent analysis of the biohazardous waste treatment market, Frost & Sullivan recognized Ozonator with the 2014 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for … Read more »

Fracking Fuels Oilfield Chemicals Market

The oilfield chemicals market in North America and Europe earned revenues of $5.37 billion in 2012 and will reach $8.62 billion in 2019, according to a report from Frost & Sullivan. Analysis of the North American and European Oilfield Chemicals Market forecasts the increase in natural gas production will drive … Read more »

Meat, Dairy Industries Trial Sludge Purification

A new way to purify sludge may help the meat and dairy industries lower the environmental impact of their wastewater treatments, Phys.org reports. Sludge accounts for half the operating costs and 65 percent of the environmental impact of wastewater treatment, conditioning and management, Jose Luis Bribián Fisac, head of sales … Read more »

Stricter Environmental Laws Drive Sludge Treatment Market

The industrial sludge treatment chemicals market in Western Europe, valued at 635.2 million euros ($1.02 billion) in 2011, will reach €808.8 million ($1.30 billion) in 2018, according to analysis from Frost & Sullivan. The report says intensifying environmental awareness and stricter regulations related to discharge processes and disposal are driving … Read more »

Energy Retrofit ‘Disaster’ as Toronto’s $21.1m Project Fails to Deliver

The city of Toronto spent $21.1 million retrofitting 89 arenas and more than 50 community centers and pools, and doesn’t know if the energy efficiency measures produced any real cost savings, reports The Globe and Mail. The newspaper cites a report from Toronto’s Auditor-General that won’t be made public until … Read more »