Frost & Sullivan’s Environment and Water program area includes environmental and water technologies & services, both municipal and industrial, as well as waste to energy and recycling
Corporations and governments are increasing their awareness and activity around mitigating environmental issues, trying to find ways to ensure clean air and water while still growing businesses and economies. New technical solutions can help reduce usage and wastes through smart Water and smart metering for example, which will extend into pumping stations, municipal water, and wastewater treatment infrastructure. Recycling and resource recovery opportunities will be central across several segments as well to help create a stronger business case beyond regulatory compliance. And new opportunities around growing freshwater demand and concerns will help drive markets such as desalination and fracking water remediation
31 Dec 2018  |  Global
Technology Landscape Covering Advancements in Nuclear Waste Management
The application of nuclear fission technology typically in nuclear power generation, produces a by-product that is called as radioactive waste. The produced waste has to be managed properly to ensure minimal impact on the environment and to prevent it from harming human beings. Public and private companies are extremely concerned in improving radi...
31 Dec 2018  |  Global
Utilization of Various Technological Innovations to Increase Productivity Yield and to Optimize Use of Input Parameters Associated in Agriculture
The growing demand for high quality agricultural output for the rising population needs to be met with improvisations in the current agricultural practices. Therefore, utilization of updated precision agricultural practices which enhances the decision making system of the farmers needs to be adopted so as to increase the productivity yield per unit...
30 Dec 2018  |  Global
Novel Renewable Raw Materials that can Replace Single Use Plastics in Wide Range of Applications
Piling up of millions of tons of plastics in landfills and other suitable environment results in the release of harmful contaminants in to the soil and groundwater. Leaching of hazardous contaminants in to the soil reduces the fertility of the soil required for agriculture and excessive seepage of leachates also spoils the quality of groundwater. T...
28 Dec 2018  |  North America
Non-vapor Compression, LGWP Refrigerant Technologies, and a Reduced Carbon Footprint are Overarching Trends for the Future
The technologies under evaluation fall into the following broad categories: advanced vapor compression, advanced heat exchangers, emerging non-vapor compression, and integration of energy storage and air conditioning. Within these broad categories, multiple technologies under development have been analyzed. Some of the over-arching themes across th...
12 Nov 2018  |  Africa
Opportunities Arising from Increasing Water Scarcity and Decreasing Cost of Technology will Result in Double-digit Market Growth
Africa has the largest number of water-scarce countries than any other continent in the world, and the majority of the continent relies on rainfall and surface water for their water supply. Of the 54 countries in Africa, 39 have a coastline, making desalination a logical solution. Insufficient infrastructure is a major reason why water is a challen...
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31 Oct 2018  |  Global
Internet of Things (IoT)-related Advances Transforming Operational Efficiency and Driving Innovation
The demand for industrial air pollution control equipment is high, especially in developing economies. Apart from power, ferrous/non-ferrous niche industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and electronics, having clean environment as a part of their process requirement, require air pollution control equipment.--BEGIN PROMO--
11 Oct 2018  |  Global
Global Non-revenue Water (NRW) Losses of about $40 Billion is Driving Growth Opportunities for Smart Water Leakage Management Solutions
Water is one of the most valuable resources across the globe. Rapid urbanisation across all regions has led to the rise in water demand. Water stress, coupled with climate change, has significantly impacted the availability of water to meet the rising urban demand. Non-revenue water (NRW) is water that is lost before it reaches the end users. Physi...
29 Sep 2018  |  Global
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28 Sep 2018  |  Global
ICT- Integrated Smart Water Grid With Remote Monitoring and Water Distribution Management Results in Effective Water Conservation
Water shortage caused by the intensification of the impacts of climate change, population growth, and accelerated urbanization require immediate action on development of technologies for effective management of water supply and consumption. In addition, aging water infrastructure leads to water loss and increase in non-revenue water. Smart water gr...
27 Sep 2018  |  Global
Low-carbon economy aims to mitigate the adverse impacts of climate change, through reduced carbon emissions tied along with economic development
Low-carbon economy is a system that aims to mitigate the adverse impacts of climate change, through reduced carbon emissions tied along with economic development. The concept of low-carbon economy is inclusive of sustainable development, circular economics, ecological economics, and environmental economics. The development to a low-carbon economy i...