This is the latest forecast in Air Pollution Management published by the McIlvaine Company.
McIlvaine adds that the power industry will be the leading purchaser. However, revenues in 2017 will only be half the peak achieved in 2005. The low cost of natural gas will boost revenues for gas turbine air pollution control as well as sales in the chemical industry where the lower feedstock costs are spurring capital investment.
Sales for industrial boiler applications will peak in 2016 when the impact of the air toxic regulations is highest. The waste-to-energy market will not achieve its potential as the US still considers landfill as preferable. This is in contrast to the rest of the world where it is difficult to permit a landfill but not difficult to permit a waste-to-energy plant.
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