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EBJ Vol XXIV No 01: Air Quality Markets 2011

EBJ's annual analysis of markets and trends in policy, business strategy and client sectors in the business of air pollution control equipment and air quality consulting & engineering. Although a host of new air quality programs of almost unprecedented breadth and scale are on tap for 2011 and 2012 from EPA, the threat of these programs has cast the major emitters into a waiting game in the USA, much to the chagrin of APC companies. Meanwhile global markets thrive as Asia builds out its power sector with adequate controls and Europe and the Middle East get their houses in order.

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EBJ Vol XXIV No 02: Environmental Industry Outlook for 2011 and EBJ Snapshot Survey

EBJ provides data on 2010 growth rates and a forecast for 2011-2012 based on a comprehensive survey of more than 320 environmental industry executives. EBJ 2011 Snapshot Survey respondents see a pickup in 2010 growth to an average of 5%, and forecast three points higher growth in 2011, but multiple concerns continue to permeate the modestly optimistic outlook. Data is presented on market driver and economic issues, as well as trends in client, service and geographic niches as industry participants provide their review of the past couple of years and an outlook on 2011 and 2012.

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DownloadEBJ-Mar-Apr-2011.zip
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EBJ Vol XXIV No 03 & 04: Remediation & Redevelopment

EBJ's annual analysis of the remediation business features market growth and forecasts by client sectors, trends in market drivers and technology applications, company profiles and features on brownfields and state programs.

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DownloadEBJ-Mar-Apr-2011_extra.zip
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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIV No 03 and 04 double issue, plus 2011 Remediation data set as well as EBJ 2009-2010 issue descriptions.

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EBJ Vol XXIV No 05: M&A Trends and Consolidation 2011

EBJ re-visits the merger & acquisition scene in the environmental industry and finds activity picking up in the post-recession climate for strategic, market and financial reasons. Both strategic acquirers and venture or private equity buyers have plenty of cash or capital to invest, and expect much higher returns from private companies than any conservative invetment would offer. Environmental markets are seen as relatively stable compared to others more prone to up-and-down cycles, and strategic players are limited in their options to pursue growth. This combination leads experts to predict that M&A activity in the environmental industry in 2011 will top 2009 and 2010 by a considerable margin and approach high-water marks of 2007-2008.

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DownloadEBJ-Jun-2011.zip
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EBJ Vol XXIV No 06: Sustainable Cities

EBJ profiles the sustainable city movement, how governments and associations are setting standards, creating educational tools and establishing and disseminating best practices, and how consultants and service providers are filling the gaps in planning, design and execution. Local governments represented $5 billion in billings by U.S. environmental consultants in 2010 and while water and wastewater account for the majority, specialty services relating to sustainability are a growing portion. On the sustainability front, the urban environment is perhaps the ideal setting in which to see how the concept of sustainability can and must work. As one municipal sustainability director points out in this issue, cities have unique opportunities to put sustainability into practice by establishing building and land use codes, transportation plans, managing substantial mobile and stationary assets, and planning for growth.

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DownloadEBJ-Jul-Aug-2011.zip
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EBJ Vol XXIV No 07 & 08: Environmental Industry Overview

EBJ presents its annual statistical breakdown on the 14 segments of the U.S. environmental industry with 2008, 2009, and 2010 revenues and growth. Survey results, survey opinions and interviews with executives identify growth areas in client categories and services, changes in margins and business approach in 2011 and key concerns for environmental industry executives face in the market today. A general industry and statistical overview is followed by dedicated reviews of the environmental testing, hazardous waste management and recycling/resource recovery segments. Features include a report on the booming opportunities in shale gas development, Q&As with seven consulting firms, cleantech investment trends, how utilities are preparing for new air regs and EBJ's Andy Paterson on the view from Washington.

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DownloadEBJ-Jul-Aug-2011_extra.zip
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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIV No 07 and 08 double issue, plus full set of data tables on the environmental industry in 2010 and 2011-2014 forecast, as well as complete results from EBJ Mid-Year 2011 Snapshot Survey.

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DownloadEBJ-Sep-2011.zip
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EBJ Vol XXIV No 09: Infrastructure Markets

EBJ presents its first dedicated edition to infrastructure and the markets and demand for environmental products and services that result from developments in its various segments. The five basic categories of infrastructure covered are energy, water, communications, transportation, and waste & recycling and experts and industry participants are interviewed in each, although EBJ places emphasis in feature reviews on power, ports, and transportation with a dedicated water edition following. The U.S. lacks sufficient attributes in its infrastructure and funding apparatus to garner even a passing grade in global ratings by analysts, indicating both tremendous needs and potential for growth in U.S. infrastructure markets, but not without significant structural obstacles to overcome. Globally, power rates highest as a market in terms of growth prospects, with water and transportation clear second and third.

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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIV No 09, plus summary of results from EBJ 2011 Infrastructure Markets Survey.

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EBJ Vol XXIV No 10: The Water Industry

EBJ presents its annual analysis of the $136-billion U.S. water industry. Interviews and comments by leader and innovators in consulting & engineering, equipment manufacturing and supply and analysts, complement results of EBJ surveys and market analysis from both EBJ's databases of Water Equipment & Chemical companies and Consulting & Engineering firms.

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EBJ Vol XXIV No 11: Environmental Consulting & Engineering Industry Review & Outlook 2011

EBJ's annual analysis of the environmental consulting & engineering industry details a $26.6 billion U.S. industry competing in a $53 billion global environmental consulting & engineering market. Following a 4% revenue decline in 2009, the environmental C&E industry had a rebound year of 2.2% growth in 2010, and indications suggest that 2011 will finish the year at close to 4% growth. Several market segments¡ªnotably energy & power and the extractive industries, in particular unconventional gas and oil in North America and mining in Canada, Australia, and South America¡ªare offering substantial opportunity, but the economy remains a major concern for C&E executives. In spite of declining and competitive markets, environmental consulting firms in general maintained their profitability, and M&A activity picked up in 2010 and 2011. EBJ¡¯s annual analysis of the C&E segment of the environmental industry presents data on market size, market breakdowns, growth, forecasts, benchmark perfomance and international revenues by size of firms, and also lists the top 60 U.S. environmental consulting & engineering firms with profiles of large and small.

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DownloadEBJ-Nov-2011_extra.zip
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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIV No 11, plus the U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering Market dataset.

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DownloadEBJ-Dec-2011.zip
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EBJ Vol XXIV No 12: Executive Review and 2011 EBJ Business Achievement Awards

EBJ's annual edition listing the 2011 EBJ Business Achievement Awards and Q&As with key senior executives in the environmental industry. The detailed treatment of 40+ award winners provides a view into what separated successful companies, projects and technologies in the environmental industry in 2011. EBJ's 14th annual business achievement awards. Winners are divided into business achievement by size and segment, M&A awards and new practice areas. Outstanding projects and new technology devleopment or applications are awarded Project Merit Awards or Technology Merit Awards. Finally companies are recognized for contributions to the industry and society at large.

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Business Achievement Awards