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F&S 2007 Snapshot of Japanese Environmental Industry

High-Tech Japanese Environmental Industry Set for Growth

Posted on: Thursday, 8 November 2007

The Economic Research Analytics practice at Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce its 2007 Quarterly Analyst Briefing Presentation on the Japanese environmental industry to be held on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 at 8:00 a.m. PST.

Strong policy initiatives from the Japanese government create a robust and mature environmental industry. The newer developing fields of high technology have a competitive edge and provide the Japanese environmental industry an impetus for growth. The government offers a host of subsidies and incentives that are justifiably utilized by industry participants. Through means such as pro-environmental regulations, economic assistance and the largest procuring end users, the Japanese government has been the predominant fostering agency for the industry. Japanese environmental high technology expects to lead in the future.

In addition, the government is proactive about the six percent emission reduction plan under the Kyoto Protocol and has introduced many policies and programs to achieve the target. Industry participants are very proficient in recycling technology, pollution control equipment and membrane filtration. Environmental services are also on the upswing.

Highlights of the briefing include an analysis of political and policy support received by the Japanese environmental industry, analysis of this economy and impact on environmental industry segments, assess infrastructural developments, as well as identify significant growth opportunities for industry participants.

Environment equipment manufacturers and distributors, particularly in the air pollution control, solid waste treatment equipment, water and wastewater treatment equipment sub segment will benefit from this briefing. Recycling sub segments and companies offering environmental services will also benefit by the discussion of emerging trends and projections for this industry.

"Strong fiscal incentives in the form of tax concessions and subsidies have increased investment in the Japanese environmental industry," states Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Archana Amarnath. "The industry is slated for further growth as government initiatives indicate enhancement of recycling technology, environmental services and improvement in soil remediation sector. The environmental quality standards set by the Ministry of Environment, pollution control plans for industrial sites and green purchasing programs indicate a clean hospitable environment for Japan in the future. Large number of participants, good relations between clients and suppliers and accurate evaluation of environmental performance in the industry provides a conducive environment for further growth."

 
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