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Decontamination Equipment of CBRN & Hazmat Incidents: Industry, Technologies and Global Market – 2014-2020

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$5.8 Billion 2013 Market to Grow Through 2020 at 6% CAGR

The need to decontaminate people, buildings and infrastructures after CBRN incidences will lead to an $8.3 billion market by 2020 for CBRN Decontamination equipment sales & maintenance. This need was demonstrated only too recently with the August 2013 Sarin chemical attack in the suburbs of Damascus resulting in at least 281 to 1,729 fatalities with over 90% of them civilians. With Syria relinquishing by March 2014 only 50% of Bashar Assad's chemical weapons arsenal, nearly 700 tons still remain vulnerable to falling into the wrong hands.

In addition, following the accident at the Fukushima nuclear power plants and the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico (total liability could amount to as much as US $100 Billion), new governmental legislation and funding of post CBRN attack and accidents are only two of the many factors driving the decontamination equipment and reagents market growth.

Our new market report is the most comprehensive analysis of the multibillion global decontamination incidents market published to date. Government-sponsored decontamination research and development will be directed at developing next generation decontamination techniques. As such, RDT&E projects receive considerable funding.

The report reveals 30 business opportunities induced by two main market drivers:

Policy makers' increased recognition of the growing threat presented by Hazmat accidents and CBRN terrorism.
The environment conscious public would not tolerate slow & sloppy decontamination of Hazmat/CBRN events.
Meeting both of these challenges has sparked a host of new, pipeline technologies and opportunities that have the decontamination markets poised for considerable growth.
The report, segmented into 48 submarkets, offers for each submarket 2011-2013 market size data and assessments as well as 2014-2020 forecasts and analysis. In 288 pages, 178 tables and figures, the report analyzes and projects the 2014-2020 market and technologies from several perspectives, including:

Market and technology forecast by modality: contamination detection systems; equipment, buildings and infrastructure decontamination systems and people decontamination equipment
Regional and national markets: e.g., USA, Europe, China, Japan, Middle East
Equipment sales and post warranty service & upgrade business
Guidelines for decontamination equipment procurement
Product comparison tables: hundreds of decontamination products including pricing and performance information
Competitive environment: 93 vendors and their products
Business environment: e.g., competitive analysis, SWOT analysis
Current and pipeline decontamination technologies
Business opportunities and challenges
Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary
1.1 Main Findings
1.2 Main Conclusions
1.3 Global CBRN Decontamination Equipment Market: 2014-2020
1.3.1 Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment and Service & Upgrade Market - 2014-2020
1.3.2 Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment Sales - 2014-2020
1.3.3 Global Decontamination Service & Upgrade Market: 2014-2020
1.4 Technological Challenges
2 Geopolitical Outlook 2014-2020
3 Introduction
3.1 Definition of Decontamination
3.2 CBRN Terror
3.3 Decontamination Strategy
3.4 The Decontamination Industry
3.5 Decontamination Technology & Policy Regimes
4 The Decontamination of CBRN & Hazmat Events Industry
4.1 Economic Turmoil Effects on the Market Outlook
4.2 The Globalization of the Decontamination of CBRN & Hazmat Events Business
4.3 Forces that Shape the Decontamination Industry & Markets
4.4 Barriers to Market Entry
4.5 The Industry Supply-Side & Demand-Side Analysis
4.6 Decontamination Development and Procurement Process
4.6.1 Decontamination Technology Development, Testing & Evaluation Process
4.6.2 Spiral Development, Procurement & Deployment of Decontamination Systems
4.7 Stockpiling Decontamination Agents & Equipment
5 Global Decontamination Market – Drivers
6 Global Decontamination Market – Inhibitors
7 Decontamination Industry Competitive Analysis
8 Decontamination Industry SWOT Analysis
8.1.1 Strengths
8.1.2 Weaknesses
8.1.3 Opportunities
8.1.4 Threats
9 Present and Pipeline Decontamination Technologies
9.1 Overview
9.2 The Decontamination Process
9.3 Contaminant Detection and Identification
9.3.1 Sample Characterization
9.3.2 Isolating the Contaminated Area
9.3.3 Designing the Decontamination Strategy
9.3.4 Clearance Sampling
9.4 People & Building Decontamination
9.4.1 People Decontamination
9.4.2 Building Decontamination
9.4.3 Drinking Water Decontamination
9.5 Core Technologies Overview
9.6 Physics Based Decontamination Technologies
9.6.1 Sorbents
9.6.2 Solvent-Wash
9.6.3 High-Pressure Methods
9.6.4 Thermal Methods
9.7 Chemistry Based Decontamination Technologies
9.7.1 Oxidizing Agents
9.7.2 Strong Bases
9.7.3 Surfactants
9.7.4 Micro-emulsions
9.8 Biology Based Technologies
9.8.1 Bacterial Decontamination Agents
9.8.2 Concrete-Eating Bacteria
9.8.3 Artificial Bacteria
9.8.4 Enzymatic Systems
9.9 Decontamination Systems Configurations
9.9.1 Scope
9.9.2 Personnel Decontamination Systems
9.9.3 Equipment Decontamination Systems
9.9.4 Sensitive Equipment Decontamination
9.9.5 Building and Infrastructure Decontamination Systems
9.1 New Technologies - Drivers
9.11 New Technologies - Inhibitors
10 Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Market: 2014-2020
10.1 Market Overview
10.2 Assumptions
10.3 Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment and Service & Upgrade Market - 2014-2020
10.3.1 Equipment Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
10.3.2 Market by Modality
10.3.3 Market by Geography
10.4 Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment Sales - 2014-2020
10.4.1 Sales by Modality
10.4.2 Sales by Geography
10.4.3 Contamination Detection Systems – Sales Forecast
10.4.4 Equipment, Buildings & Infrastructure Decontamination Systems –Sales Forecast
10.4.5 People Decontamination Systems – Sales Forecast
10.5 Global Decontamination Service & Upgrade Market: 2014-2020
10.5.1 Market by Modality
10.5.2 Market by Geography
11 The U.S. Market: 2014-2020
11.1 The Obama Administration Strategy
11.1.1 Example: Chicago's Decontamination facility
11.2 Market Drivers
11.3 Market Inhibitors
11.4 Market Forecast
11.4.1 U.S. Market Analysis
11.4.2 Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
11.4.3 Equipment, Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
11.4.4 Sales by Modality – 2014-2020
11.4.5 Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
12 The Europe Market: 2014-2020
12.1 Market Background
12.1.1 Case Study: Gruinard Island Decontamination
12.1.2 Case Study: The Chernobyl Disaster
12.2 Market Drivers
12.3 Market Inhibitors
12.4 Market Forecast
12.4.1 Europe Market Analysis
12.4.2 Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
12.4.3 Equipment, Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
12.4.4 Sales by Modality – 2014-2020
12.4.5 Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
13 The Middle East Market: 2014-2020
13.1 Market Drivers
13.2 Market Inhibitors
13.3 Market Forecast
13.3.1 Middle East Market Analysis
13.3.2 Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
13.3.3 Equipment, Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
13.3.4 Sales by Modality – 2014-2020
13.3.5 Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
14 The China Market: 2014-2020
14.1 Market Drivers
14.2 Market Inhibitors
14.3 Market Forecast
14.3.1 China Market Analysis
14.3.2 Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
14.3.3 Equipment, Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
14.3.4 Sales by Modality – 2014-2020
14.3.5 Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
15 The Japan Market: 2014-2020
15.1 Market Background
15.1.1 Japan: After Fukushima
15.1.2 25 Japanese Fukushima Radioactive Fallout Decontamination Contractors
15.2 Market Drivers
15.3 Market Inhibitors
15.4 Market Forecast
15.4.1 Japan Market Analysis
15.4.2 Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
15.4.3 Equipment, Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
15.4.4 Sales by Modality – 2014-2020
15.4.5 Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
16 The Asia-Pacific (w/o China, Japan) Market: 2014-2020
16.1 Market Background
16.1.1 Overview
16.1.2 Case Report: the Bhopal Disaster
16.2 Market Drivers
16.3 Market Inhibitors
16.4 Market Forecast
16.4.1 Asia-Pacific (w/o China, Japan) Market Analysis
16.4.2 Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
16.4.3 Equipment, Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
16.4.4 Sales by Modality – 2014-2020
16.4.5 Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
17 The Latin America Market: 2014-2020
17.1 Market Background
17.2 Market Drivers
17.3 Market Inhibitors
17.4 Market Forecast
17.4.1 Latin America Market Analysis
17.4.2 Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
17.4.3 Equipment, Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
17.4.4 Sales by Modality – 2014-2020
17.4.5 Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
18 The R.O.W. Market: 2014-2020
18.1 Market Drivers
18.2 Market Inhibitors
18.3 Market Forecast
18.3.1 R.O.W. Market Analysis
18.3.2 Sales vs. Service & Upgrade Market
18.3.3 Equipment, Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
18.3.4 Sales by Modality – 2014-2020
18.3.5 Service & Upgrade Market by Modality – 2014-2020
19 Business Opportunities and Challenges: 2014-2020
19.1 A Market Waiting for Transition
19.1.1 HLS Decontamination Strategy Outlook
19.1.2 Factors Affecting Decontamination Systems Business Opportunities
19.2 Recent Technology Developments
19.3 Technology Performance Challenges
19.3.1 Challenge One: Time
19.3.2 Challenge Two: Decontamination Level
19.3.3 Challenge Three: Accurate Contamination Simulations
19.3.4 Challenge Four: Cost of Decontamination
19.3.5 Challenge Five: Environmentally Unfriendly Materials
19.3.6 Challenge Six: Transport and Storage
19.3.7 Challenge Seven: Radioactive Decontamination
19.4 Business Opportunities for Decontamination Systems
19.4.1 New Technologies to Counter Radiological Contamination
19.4.2 Non-Toxic/Environmentally Friendly Biological-Agents Decontamination Technology
19.4.3 Improving Contamination Simulation Capability
19.4.4 Improving Biological Sampling Accuracy
19.4.5 Meeting New Decontamination Standards
19.4.6 Reducing Decontamination Time
19.4.7 Reducing Cost of Reagents/Decontamination Material
19.5 Radiological Decontamination Business opportunities
19.5.1 Concrete-Eating Bacteria
19.5.2 Decontamination Foams
19.5.3 Nano-Particle Super-Absorbent Gels
19.5.4 Strippable Coatings
19.5.5 Electro-Kinetic Concrete Cleaning
19.6 Chemical-Biological Decontamination Business Opportunities
19.6.1 Forced Hot Air Systems
19.6.2 Modified Vaporous Hydrogen Peroxide
19.6.3 Decon Green
19.6.4 Resistant/Reactive Coatings
19.6.5 Enzyme Decontamination
19.6.6 Ionic-Liquid-based Decontamination
19.6.7 Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Decontamination
19.6.8 Electrostatic Decontamination Systems
19.6.9 Atmospheric Plasma Decontamination
19.6.10 Contamination Simulation Algorithms
19.6.11 Algorithms Assessing the Vulnerability of Buildings to CBRN attack or a HAZMAT Event
20 Decontamination Vendors and Products
20.1 Decontamination Systems Vendors and Products
20.1.1 Allen-Vanguard Corporation
20.1.2 Andax
20.1.3 Base-X Inc.
20.1.4 BIOQUELL, Inc.
20.1.5 ClorDi Sys Solutions, Inc
20.1.6 Container Products Corp.
20.1.7 CRDS – TVI Corporation
20.1.8 Crest Ultrasonics Corp.
20.1.9 Cryogenesis
20.1.10 DQE, Inc.
20.1.11 DuPont Personal Protection
20.1.12 Environmental Fire Solutions, Inc.
20.1.13 Equipment Management Company
20.1.14 Fend-All
20.1.15 First Line Technology, LLC
20.1.16 Flangler Emergency Services, LLC
20.1.17 FSI North America
20.1.18 GenV- Clean Earth Technologies, LLC
20.1.19 Global Ground Support
20.1.20 Hughes Safety Showers Ltd.
20.1.21 Intelagard
20.1.22 Karcher Futuretech GmbH
20.1.23 Life Safety Systems, Inc.
20.1.24 Matthews Specialty Vehicles, Inc
20.1.25 Mobile Air Applied Science, Inc.
20.1.26 Modec, Inc
20.1.27 Nor E First Response, Inc.
20.1.28 OWR AG
20.1.29 Precision Lift, Inc.
20.1.30 Reeves EMS, LLC
20.1.31 RFD Beaufort
20.1.32 RMC Medical
20.1.33 Survival, Inc.
20.1.34 SWEDE
20.1.35 TSGI USA
20.1.36 TVI Corporation
20.1.37 Ultimate Survival Technologies
20.1.38 U.S. Foam Technologies, Inc
20.1.39 Wel-Fab Inc.
20.1.40 Western Shelter Systems
20.1.41 Zimek Technologies, LLC
20.1.42 Zumro, Inc.
20.2 Other Decontamination Hardware Vendors and Products
20.2.1 Aero Tec Laboratories Inc.
20.2.2 Air Systems International
20.2.3 Akron Brass Co.
20.2.4 Allen-Vanguard Corporation
20.2.5 Applied Surface Technologies
20.2.6 BCDS, Inc.
20.2.7 ClorDi Sys Solutions, Inc.
20.2.8 Crestline Industries
20.2.9 Cryogenesis
20.2.10 Cryokinetics
20.2.11 DQE, Inc.
20.2.12 EFT
20.2.13 Equipment Management Company
20.2.14 E-Z-EM, Inc.
20.2.15 Fend-All
20.2.16 First Line Technology, LLC
20.2.17 FSI North America
20.2.18 Genecor International, Inc.
20.2.19 Guild Associates, Inc.
20.2.20 Haws Corporation
20.2.21 Hydro-Therm
20.2.22 IET, Inc.
20.2.23 Intelagard
20.2.24 Kappler, Inc
20.2.25 Karcher Futuretech GmbH
20.2.26 Maeda Corporation
20.2.27 Minuteman International, Inc.
20.2.28 Miti Manufacturing Co. Inc.
20.2.29 Mobile Air Applied Science, Inc.
20.2.30 Modec, Inc.
20.2.31 Morgan Inc.
20.2.32 Nano Scale
20.2.33 Nor E First Response, Inc.
20.2.34 NPS Corporation
20.2.35 OWR AG
20.2.36 Radiation Decontamination Solutions, LLC
20.2.37 RAPID Deployment Products Inc.
20.2.38 Red Head Brass, LLC
20.2.39 Reeves EMS, LLC
20.2.40 Reliapon
20.2.41 RMC Medical
20.2.42 Sabre Technical Services
20.2.43 Slate Enterprises, Inc.
20.2.44 SteriFx, Inc
20.2.45 Steris Corporation
20.2.46 SWEDE
20.2.47 TECWAR® Tactical Water Purification Systems
20.2.48 Tempest Technology, Inc.
20.2.49 TVI Corporation
21 Guidelines for Decontamination Equipment Procurement
21.1 Decontamination Equipment Selection Factors
21.2 Commercial Decontaminants Prices & Performance
21.3 Liquid Decontamination Delivery Systems: Prices & Performance
21.4 Gaseous Decontamination Delivery Systems: Prices & Performance
21.5 Decontamination Shower Systems: Prices & Performance
21.6 Decontamination Shower Hardware: Prices & Performance
21.7 Decontamination Kits: Prices & Performance
21.8 Decontamination Containment Hardware: Prices & Performance
21.9 Decontamination Support Equipment: Prices & Performance
22 Appendix A: CBRN Terror
22.1 Biological Terror
22.1.1 Bio-Weapons – Historical Perspective
22.1.2 Biological Terror – Bacterial Agents
22.1.3 Biological Terror – Rickettsiae Agents
22.2 Nuclear-Radiological Terror
22.2.1 How Real is the Nuclear Threat?
22.2.2 Nuclear Terror
22.2.3 Radiological Dispersal Devices (RDD)
22.3 Chemical Terror
22.3.1 Nerve Agents
22.3.2 Blister Agents
23 Appendix B: Decontamination Legal Issues
23.1 International Legislation/Agreements
23.1.1 The Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) – 1970
23.1.2 The Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) – 1972
23.1.3 Convention for the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material – 1987
23.1.4 Chemicals Weapons Convention – 1992
23.2 U.S. Legislation
23.2.1 U.S. Code Title 50, Chapter 40 – Defense against Weapons of Mass Destruction
23.2.2 Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) – 1996
23.2.3 Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Recovery from and Response to Terrorist Attacks on the United States – 2001
23.2.4 Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act – 2002
23.2.5 Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA), 2006
23.2.6 Homeland Security Presidential Directive 21
24 Scope and Methodology
24.1 Who is This Report For?
24.2 Report Scope
24.3 Report Structure
24.4 Methodology
24.4.1 Research Methods
24.4.2 Basic Assumptions
25 Disclaimer


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