Air, Water & Solid Waste Treatment

BIS Research studies include the use of materials and technologies deployed for treating air, water, and solid waste and their impact on the environment.

Air, Water & Solid Waste Treatment

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Air, Water & Solid Waste Treatment

BIS Research studies include the use of materials and technologies deployed for treating air, water, and solid waste and their impact on the environment.

The deteriorating health of the planet is no secret, and effective waste management is one of the most effective ways to slow down this destruction. Considering the alarmingly increasing pollution of air, water, and land, waste management is highly important. Previously, there was a dearth of technology, but over the years, several companies have entered the market with innovative waste management solutions. Furthermore, waste management has been identified as a lucrative business opportunity in recent years.

For instance, entrepreneurial opportunities in waste planning are available in the areas of waste collection, waste management, waste sorting, waste storage, waste transport, garbage transformation, and energy recovery from waste. Owing to these factors, several waste management companies have executed strategies such as business expansions, acquisitions, agreements, and partnerships in order to improve their offerings in the market. For instance, in March 2019, Veolia announced a collaboration with Nestle to develop recycling programs for plastic waste. Similarly, Suez entered into an agreement with the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park in February 2020 to recover hazardous waste from the automotive sector and clients within the industrial park.

There have been some truly disruptive innovations in the air treatment market, water treatment market, and solid waste management. For instance, throughout history, there have been numerous disruptive developments in the treatment of wastewater streams, ranging from sewer systems and trickling filters to the use of activated sludge, anaerobic digestion, and nutrient recovery.

This has, in turn, encouraged organizations working in the field of waste management to come up with more innovative solutions to the challenges being faced by the air and water treatment markets.

In short, the waste management industry is undergoing its most significant historical revolution. Through research and experience gathering, BIS Research attempts to study technologies that can improve waste management. BIS Research assists market leaders in making informed business decisions by providing reports on the air, water, and solid waste management industries.

BIS' data reports provide an in-depth view of various verticals of the air, water, and solid waste management industries. The researchers at BIS Research analyze the technological innovations being developed and introduced to these industries. These reports are aimed at developing a better understanding of how technologies work, what their applications are, and how viable their use truly is.

Some of the prominent studies by BIS Research include water and wastewater treatment chemicals, the air purifier market, and solid waste management.

 

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