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CBRN & HAZMAT Incidents Decontamination Technologies and Global Market Outlook

Decontamination Core Technologies

The threat of CBRN terrorism and HAZMAT incidences was demonstrated by the Fukushima 3/11 reactors meltdown, which left nearly 8% of the Japanese mainland contaminated and is expected to cost more than $40 billion to decontaminate.

Global public outcry drove governments to impose strict safety regulations and accident recovery funding, which will raise the market for decontamination equipment and materials.

HSRC forecasts that the global market for CBRN terror & Hazmat decontamination systems and equipment maintenance will reach $5.4 billion by 2016.

Our new market report is the most comprehensive review of the multibillion global decontamination market available today.

The report reveals more than twenty business opportunities, created, on the one hand, by the increasing recognition of the threat presented by HAZMAT accidents and CBRN terrorism, and on the other hand, by a growing environmental consciousness that is impacting public and political attitudes. Meeting both of these challenges has sparked a host of new, pipeline technologies and opportunities that have the decontamination markets poised for considerable growth. 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 federal funding of post CBRN attack and accidents are only three of the many factors driving the decontamination equipment and reagents market growth.

The report, segmented into 30 submarkets, offers for each submarket 2010 and 2011 data, funding and market size, as well as 2012-2016 forecasts and analysis. In 245 pages and 114 tables and figures, the report analyses and projects the 2012-2016 market and technologies from several perspectives, including:


  • Market and technology forecast by modality: e.g., people decontamination, facility decontamination, indoor , outdoor decontamination and other decontamination equipment
  • Regional markets: e.g., USA, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, China, Taiwan, Japan, India, 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: 90 vendors and their products
  • Business environment: e.g., competitive analysis, SWOT analysis
  • Current and pipeline decontamination technologies
  • Business opportunities and challenges

Table of Contents

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1Executive Summary
1.1Main Findings
1.2Main Conclusions
1.3Global Market: 2012-2016
1.4Technological Challenges
2Introduction
2.1Definition of Decontamination
2.2Who is This Report For?
2.3Report Scope
2.4Report Structure
2.5Methodology
2.5.1Research Methods
2.5.2Basic Assumptions
2.6CBRN Terror
2.7Decontamination Strategy
2.8The Decontamination Industry
3Global Decontamination Market Drivers
4Global Decontamination Market Inhibitors
5Decontamination Industry Competitive Analysis
6Decontamination Industry SWOT Analysis
6.1Scope
6.2SWOT Analysis
7Decontamination Technology and Policy Regimes
8Decontamination Development and Procurement Process
8.1Decontamination Technology Development , Testing & Evaluation Process
8.2Spiral Development, Procurement and Deployment of  Decontamination Systems
9Present and Future (pipeline) Decontamination Technologies
9.1Overview
9.2The Decontamination Process
9.3Contaminant Detection and Identification
9.3.1Sample Characterization
9.3.2Isolating the Contaminated Area
9.3.3Designing the Decontamination Strategy
9.3.4Clearance Sampling
9.4People & Building Decontamination
9.4.1People Decontamination
9.4.2Building Decontamination
9.4.3Drinking Water Decontamination
9.5Decontamination Technologies
9.5.1Core Technologies Overview
9.6Physics Based Decontamination Technologies
9.6.1Sorbents
9.6.2Solvent-Wash
9.6.3High-Pressure Methods
9.6.4Thermal Methods
9.7Chemistry Based Decontamination Technologies
9.7.1Oxidizing Agents
9.7.2Strong Bases
9.7.3Surfactants
9.7.4Micro-emulsions
9.8Biology Based Technologies
9.8.1Bacterial Decontamination Agents
9.8.2Concrete-Eating Bacteria
9.8.3Artificial Bacteria
9.8.4Enzymatic Systems
9.9Decontamination Systems Configurations
9.9.1Scope
9.9.2Peersonnel Decontamination Systems
9.9.3Equipment Decontamination Systems
9.9.4Sensitive Equipment Decontamination
9.9.5Building and Infrastructure Decontamination Systems
9.1New Technologies – Drivers
9.11New Technologies – Inhibitors
10Stockpiling Decontamination Agents & Equipment
11Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Market: 2012-2016
11.1Market Overview
11.2Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Market – 2012-2016
11.3Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment Sales – 2012-2016
11.3.1Overview
11.3.2Contamination Detection Systems CBRN Equipment Sales Forecast
11.3.3Equipment & Buildings Decontamination Systems CBRN Equipment Sales Forecast
11.3.4People Decontamination Systems CBRN Equipment Sales Forecast
11.4Global Decontamination Service & Upgrade Market: 2012-2016
11.4.1Market by Modality
11.4.2Market by Geography
11.4.3U.S. Service & Upgrade Market: 2012-2016
11.4.4Germany, UK, France and Italy Service & Upgrade Market: 2012-2016
11.4.5China, India, Taiwan, Japan and the Middle East Service & Upgrade Market -2012-2016
11.4.6Latin American Service & Upgrade Market: 2012-2016
11.4.7ROW Service & Upgrade Market: 2012-2016
12The US Market: 2012-2016
12.1The Obama Administration Strategy
12.1.1Example: Chicago’s Decontamination facility
12.2Drivers
12.3Inhibitors
12.4Market Forecast
13Germany, the UK, France and Italy Markets: 2012-2016
13.1Market Drivers
13.2Market Inhibitors
13.3Market Forecast
14China, India, Taiwan, Middle East and Japan Market: 2012-2016
14.1Market background
14.2Case Report 1: the Bhopal Disaster
14.3Case Report 2: the Fukushima Decontamination Project
14.4Market Drivers
14.5Market Inhibitors
14.6Japan: After Fukushima
14.6.125 Japanese Fukushima Radioactive  Fallout  Decontamination Contractors
14.7Market Forecast
15Latin American Market: 2012-2016
15.1Market Drivers
15.2Market Inhibitors
15.3Market Forecast
16Rest of the World Market: 2012-2016
16.1Case Study: The Chernobyl disaster
16.2Market Drivers
16.3Market Inhibitors
16.4Market Forecast
17Business Opportunities and Challenges: 2012-2016
17.1A Market Waiting for Transition
17.1.1HLS Decontamination Strategy Outlook
17.1.2Factors Affecting Decontamination Systems Business Opportunities
17.2Recent Technology Developments
17.3Technology Performance Challenges
17.3.1Challenge One: Time
17.3.2Challenge Two: Decontamination Level
17.3.3Challenge Three: Accurate Contamination Simulations
17.3.4Challenge Four: Cost of Decontamination
17.3.5Challenge Five: Environmentally Unfriendly Materials
17.3.6Challenge Six: Transport and Storage
17.3.7Challenge Seven: Radioactive Decontamination
17.4Business Opportunities for Decontamination Systems
17.4.1New Technologies to Counter Radiological Contamination
17.4.2Non-Toxic/Environmentally Friendly Biological-Agents Decontamination Technology
17.4.3Improving Contamination Simulation Capability
17.4.4Improving Biological Sampling Accuracy
17.4.5Meeting New Decontamination Standards
17.4.6Reducing Decontamination Time
17.4.7Reducing Cost of Reagents / Decontamination Material
17.5Radiological Decontamination Bussiness oportunities
17.5.1Concrete-Eating Bacteria
17.5.2Decontamination Foams
17.5.3Nano-Particle Super-Absorbent Gels
17.5.4Strippable Coatings
17.5.5Electro-Kinetic Concrete Cleaning
17.6Chemical-Biological Decontamination Business Opportunities
17.6.1Forced Hot Air Systems
17.6.2Modified Vaporous Hydrogen Peroxide
17.6.3Decon Green
17.6.4Resistant/Reactive Coatings
17.6.5Enzyme Decontamination
17.6.6Ionic-Liquid-based Decontamination
17.6.7Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Decontamination
17.6.8Electrostatic Decontamination Systems
17.6.9Atmospheric Plasma Decontamination
17.6.10Contamination Simulation Algorithms
17.6.11Algorithms Assessing the Vulnerability of Buildings to  CBRN attack or a HAZMAT event
18Decontamination Vendors and Products
18.1Decontamination Systems Vendors and Products
18.1.1Allen-Vanguard Corporation
18.1.2Andax
18.1.3Base-X Inc.
18.1.4Bio Defense Corporation
18.1.5BIOQUELL, Inc.
18.1.6ClorDi Sys Solutions, Inc
18.1.7Container Products Corp.
18.1.8CRDS TVI Corporation
18.1.9Crest Ultrasonics Corp.
18.1.10Cryogenesis
18.1.11DQE, Inc.
18.1.12DuPont Personal Protection
18.1.13Environmental Fire Solutions, Inc.
18.1.14Equipment Management Company
18.1.15Fend- All
18.1.16First Line Technology, LLC
18.1.17Flangler Emergency Services, LLC
18.1.18Foster-Miller, Inc.
18.1.19FSI North America
18.1.20GenV- Clean Earth Technologies, LLC
18.1.21Global Ground Support
18.1.22Hughes Safety Showers Ltd.
18.1.23Intelgard, Inc.
18.1.24Karcher Futuretech GmbH
18.1.25Life Safety Systems, Inc.
18.1.26Matthews Specialty Vehicles, Inc
18.1.27Mobile Air Applied Science, Inc.
18.1.28Modec, Inc
18.1.29Nor E First Response, Inc.
18.1.30OWR AG
18.1.31Precision Lift, Inc.
18.1.32Reeves EMS, LLC
18.1.33RFD Beaufort
18.1.34RMC Medical
18.1.35Survival, Inc.
18.1.36SWEDE
18.1.37TSGI USA
18.1.38TVI Corporation
18.1.39Ultimate Survival Technologies
18.1.40US Foam Technologies, Inc
18.1.41Wel-Fab Inc.
18.1.42Western Shelter Systems
18.1.43Zimek Technologies, LLC
18.1.44Zumro, Inc.
18.2Other Decontamination Hardware Vendors and Products
18.2.1Aero Tec Laboratories Inc.
18.2.2Air Systems International
18.2.3Akron Brass Co.
18.2.4Allen-Vanguard, Inc
18.2.5Applied Surface Technologies
18.2.6BCDS, Inc.
18.2.7ClorDi Sys Solutions, Inc.
18.2.8Crestline Industries
18.2.9Cryogenesis
18.2.10Cryokinetics
18.2.11DQE, Inc.
18.2.12EFT
18.2.13Equipment Management Company
18.2.14E-Z-EM, Inc.
18.2.15Fend-All
18.2.16First Line Technology, LLC
18.2.17FSI North America
18.2.18Genecor International, Inc.
18.2.19Guild Associates, Inc.
18.2.20Haws Corporation
18.2.21Hydro-Therm
18.2.22IET, Inc.
18.2.23Intelgard
18.2.24Kappler, Inc
18.2.25Karcher Futuretech
18.2.26Maeda Corporation
18.2.27Minuteman International, Inc.
18.2.28Miti Manufacturing Co. Inc.
18.2.29Mobile Air Applied Science, Inc.
18.2.30Modec Inc.
18.2.31Morgan Inc.
18.2.32Nano Scale
18.2.33Nor E First Response, Inc.
18.2.34NPS Corporation
18.2.35OWR AG
18.2.36Radiation Decontamination Solutions, LLC
18.2.37RAPID Deployment Products Inc.
18.2.38Red Head Brass, LLC
18.2.39Reeves EMS
18.2.40Reliapon
18.2.41RMC Medical
18.2.42Sabre Technical Services
18.2.43Slate Enterprises, Inc.
18.2.44SteriFx, Inc
18.2.45Steris Corporation
18.2.46Swede
18.2.47TECWAR® Tactical Water Purification Systems
18.2.48Tempest Technology, Inc.
18.2.49TVI Corporation
19Guidelines for Decontamination Equipment Procurement
19.1Decontamination Equipment Selection Factors
19.2Commercial Decontaminants Prices & Performance
19.3Liquid Decontamination Delivery Systems: Prices & Performance
19.4Gaseous Decontamination Delivery Systems: Prices & Performance
19.5Decontamination Shower Systems: Prices & Performance
19.6Decontamination Shower Hardware: Prices & Performance
19.7Decontamination Kits: Prices & Performance
19.8Decontamination Containment Hardware: Prices & Performance
19.9Decontamination Support Equipment: Prices & Performance
20Appendix A: CBRN Terror
20.1Biological Terror
20.1.1Bio-Weapons Historical Perspective
20.1.2Biological Terror Bacterial Agents
20.1.3Biological Terror Rickettsiae Agents
20.2Nuclear-Radiological Terror
20.2.1How Real is the Nuclear Threat?
20.2.2Nuclear Terror
20.2.3Radiological Dispersal Devices (RDD)
20.3Chemical Terror
20.3.1Nerve Agents
20.3.2Blister Agents
21Appendix B: Decontamination Legal Issues
21.1International Legislation/Agreements
21.1.1The Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) 1970
21.1.2The Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) 1972
21.1.3Convention for the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material 1987
21.1.4Chemicals Weapons Convention 1992
21.2U.S. Legislation
21.2.1U.S. Code Title 50, Chapter 40 Defense against Weapons of Mass Destruction
21.2.2Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) 1996
21.2.3Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Recovery from and Response to Terrorist Attacks on the United States 2001
21.2.4Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act 2002
21.2.5Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA), 2006
21.2.6Homeland Security Presidential Directive 21

Tables

Table 1Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] – 2010-2016
Table 2Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 3Global Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Markets  [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 4Total Global Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Market [%]  by Modalities – 2010-2016
Table 5Total Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment, Service  and Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2016
Table 6Global Decontamination Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 7Global  Decontamination Equipment Sales Shares [%] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 8Global Decontamination Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2016
Table 9Contamination Detection Systems Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2016
Table 10Equipment & Buildings Decontamination Systems Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2016
Table 11People Decontamination Systems Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2016
Table 12Service & Upgrade Market for CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 13Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Country – 2010-2016
Table 14U.S. Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 15Germany, the U.K., France and Italian Service & Upgrade Market  [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 16China, India, Taiwan, Japan and the Middle East Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 17Latin American Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality –  2010-2016
Table 18ROW Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 19Total US Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 20US Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality –  2010-2016
Table 21US Decontamination Equipment Market Shares [%] by Modality –  2010-2016
Table 22German, UK, French and Italian Equipment Market  [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 2325 Japanese Fukushima Radioactive Fallout Decontamination Contractors and Consultors
Table 24China, India, Taiwan, Middle East and Japan Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 25Latin America Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 26ROW CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment Market  [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Table 27Decontamination Equipment Selection Factors and Criteria
Table 28Commercial Decontaminants Analysis
Table 29Decontamination Delivery Systems (liquids) Analysis
Table 30Decontamination Delivery Systems (Gaseous) Analysis.
Table 31Decontamination Shower Systems Analysis
Table 32Decontamination Shower Hardware Analysis
Table 33Decontamination Kits Analysis
Table 34Decontamination Containment Items Analysis
Table 35Decontamination Support Equipment Analysis
Table 36Physical and Chemical Properties of Common Nerve Agents
Table 37 Physical and Chemical Properties of Common Blister Agents

Figures

Figure 1The March 2011 Fukushima Nuclear Event.
Figure 2The post Fukushima Meltdown Radioactive Cesium Blankets 8% of Japan.
Figure 3The Bio Attack Response Timeline
Figure 4Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] – 2010-2016
Figure 5Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] – 2010 & 2016
Figure 6CBRN & HAZMAT Event Decontamination Command Structure
Figure 7CBRN Terror Identification Roadmap
Figure 8Decontamination Strategy: From Sample Collection to Decontamination Clearence
Figure 9Basic Phases of Response and Recovery to a CBRN & HAZMAT Incident
Figure 10Competitive Analysis
Figure 11Decontamination Industry SWOT Analysis
Figure 12The Decontamination: Technology, ICT, Command & Control and Decision Chain
Figure 13Decontamination Method Down-selection Process
Figure 14The Decision Criteria of the Introduction of a New Decontamination Technology
Figure 15Procurement Agency Industry: the Pre-procurement Process
Figure 16The Decontamination Systems Spiral Development and Evolution
Figure 17Comparison in Weight of Pathogens between BW Agents and CW Agents [mg]
Figure 18Closed Area (e.g., building) Decontamination Boundaries
Figure 19Open Area Decontamination Boundaries
Figure 20Decontamination Corridor
Figure 21The Decontamination Cycle
Figure 22Decontamination Process Flow Chart
Figure 23Basic Facility Decontamination Process Flowchart
Figure 24CBRN Scene Decontamination Diagram
Figure 25People Decontamination Triage Decision Tree
Figure 26The FBI CBRN Terror& Hazmat Response Teams Deployment Map
Figure 27Decontamination Core Technologies Overview
Figure 28Skin Decontaminate Lotion, Anachemia Canada, Inc.
Figure 29Decontamination Kit, Personal No. 2, Mark 1, Richmond Packaging (U.K.) Ltd.
Figure 30Portaflex Decontamination Shower System, High Safety Showers USA
Figure 31K4-05 High Purity, Applied Surface Technologies, USE
Figure 32Decocontain 3000, Karcher, Germany
Figure 33Total Global Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Market by Modalities [$ Millions] – 2010-2016 
Figure 34Total Global Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Markets by Modalities [%] – 2010 & 2016
Figure 35Total Global Decontamination Equipment,Service and Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Region – 2010-2016
Figure 36Total Global CBRN & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment,Service and Upgrade Market [%] by Region – 2010, 2013, 2016
Figure 37Global Decontamination Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 38Global Decontamination Equipment Sales by Modality Share [%] – 2010, 2013, 2016
Figure 39Global Decontamination Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2016
Figure 40Contamination Detection Systems Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Region – 2010-2016
Figure 41Equipment & Buildings Decontamination Systems Equioment Sales [$ Million] by Region – 2010-2016
Figure 42People Decontamination Systems Equipment Sales [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2016
Figure 43Service & Upgrade Market for CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 44Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality, – 2009, 2013 &2016
Figure 45Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Region – 2010-2016
Figure 46U.S. Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 47Germany, the UK, France and Italian Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 48China, India, Taiwan, Japan and the Middle East Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 49Latin American Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 50ROW Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 51Chicago’s Decontamination facility
Figure 52Total US CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment & Service Markets by Modalities [%] – 2010 & 2016
Figure 53US Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 54US Decontamination Equipment Market by Modality Market Share [%] – 2010, 2016
Figure 55The UK Government Decontamination Service Organization
Figure 56German, UK, French and Italian Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 57The post Fukushima Decontamination Work Concept
Figure 58The Fukushima Prefecture map.
Figure 59China, India, Taiwan, Middle East and Japan Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 60Latin American Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 61ROW CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2010-2016
Figure 62ISOTRON System Scheme
Figure 63Categories of the Bio-threat Divides
Figure 64The Spraying of Anthrax from Aum Shinrikyo’s Headquarters June 1993
Figure 65Anthrax Spores and Disease
Figure 66Cholera Bacteria
Figure 67Pneumonic Plague the Disease
Figure 68Tularemia the Disease
Figure 69Smallpox Virus and Disease
Figure 70Ebola Virus Electron Microscopy Image
Figure 71VEE Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus in the Olfactory Mucosa of a Mouse
Figure 72Q Fever
Figure 73Typhus Microbe Electron Microscopy Image
Figure 74Castor Plant and Structure for the Ricin Toxin
Figure 75The Dinoflagellate Alexandrium Tamarense and Structure of Saxitoxin
Figure 76A Simulation of the Impact of the Explosion of a 50 Grams of Cs-137 RDD (Dirty Bomb) in Washington DC
Figure 77 Categories of the Chemical Divides

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