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SOURCE Research and Markets

DUBLIN, February 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nhvh46/innovative) has announced the addition of the "Innovative Opportunities in Upcycling Waste to Resources" report to their offering.

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This research service offers insights primarily on nine dimensions of waste upcycling technologies. It gives in-depth insights on their penetration and potential of the upcycling technologies in various industry sectors.

The nine dimensions of the reports are:

  • Year of impact
  • Market potential
  • Global footprint
  • IP intensity
  • Funding
  • Breadth of industries
  • Impact on megatrend
  • Potential point of convergence
  • Size of innovation ecosystem

Summary 

  • Waste upcycling technologies may have applications in various industries such as, chemicals, metals, food processing, textile, paper and pulp, sugar, leather, glass, petrochemical, polymer and so on.
  • It is expected that by 2018 waste upcycling technologies will be adopted at a mass-scale globally.
  • In North America (NA) and Europe (EU), intense waste upcycling activities can be witnessed presently. The movements are mainly initiated by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and European Commission. Waste upcycling activities in Asian countries have just started picking up and the pace is expected to match the NA and EU regions by 2018.
  • Heavy funding and incentives are provided for waste upcycling technology development and implementation in the NA and EU regions by government authorities.
  • The most number of patents are filed in China and USA followed by Japan. This indicates that Asian countries are not behind compared to the NA and EU countries. Adequate funding and support can help the implementation of upcycling technologies at commercial scale effectively.
  • Waste-to-energy technologies show immense potential to address the global energy depletion problem while ensuring a sustainable future.


Key Topics Covered: 

1. Executive Summary

2. Technology Snapshot

3.Year of Impact

4. Market Potential

5. Global Footprint

6. IP Analysis

7. Funding

8. Breadth of Industries

9. Mega Trend Impact

10. Potential Points of Convergence

11. Size of the Innovation Ecosystem

12. Key Contacts

13. The Frost & Sullivan Story 

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nhvh46/innovative


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