Many Signs Point to a Better Year Ahead: BidPrime’s Forecast for Promising Opportunities for Business in 2021

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Examples of recovery industries in 2021

5G and Broadband expected to grow in 2021

Governments in 2021 will respond to the infusion of cash by greatly stepping up their purchases of necessities and goods, services, and solutions previously budgeted and targeted for 2020.”

— Jim Ward, New Business Development

AUSTIN, TX, UNITED STATES, December 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — BidPrime Inc. today released a detailed forecast on government purchasing for the year ahead, which includes numerous indications that 2021 should turn out to be a much better year than 2020. In particular, state and local governments, with the expected assistance of federal stimulus spending, are expected to provide the investment to help generate the economic recovery.

In the full report, Stephen Hetzel, BidPrime’s COO, along with Jim Ward, from New Business Development, analyze the challenges faced in 2020, which led to changes in budget priorities, modified plans for procurement investment, and disruption in overall bid volumes, particularly from state and local governments.

Hetzel and Ward also present the findings on the number of reasons for promise in 2021. The reasons for optimism includes the impact of the vaccine rollout, the newly enacted COVID relief package, and federal infrastructure spending designed to spur a recovery.

Government agencies are now expected to move forward with purchasing the goods, services, and solutions they’ve held off on since the coronavirus crisis emerged last spring.

Hetzel details the ongoing and forthcoming economic Recovery Stages. The initial stage will be a continuation of investment, programs and efforts similar to the latter part of 2020.

The following stage is expected to begin sometime in February or March. At that time, the initial rollout of COVID vaccines will be well underway and the lockdowns will be scaled back hopefully. Also, the funds from the $900 billion COVID-relief package, as well as further infrastructure-focused packages to come should be allocated and available to state and local governments.

Ward believes Stage II will closely resemble the recovery of 2009. As was the case then, Ward predicts, “governments in 2021 will respond to the infusion of cash by greatly stepping up their purchases of necessities and goods, services, and solutions previously budgeted and targeted for 2020.”

Stage III will see the public sector with a renewed focus on investment and revitalization.

“I’d look for a strong pivot into green industries,” said Hetzel. “If it happens, it’ll embrace solar, wind, and other renewable energy sources. In contrast to 2009, many technologies have also come a long way. Specifically, we're looking for further investment into municipal infrastructure that includes mass transit, 5G Broadband, autonomous systems, Smart Cities, digital transformation, and of course cybersecurity..”

Hetzel noted many other industries which should benefit from notable investment, as part of Stage III. The list includes but isn’t limited to: carbon management, carbon sequestration, energy production from wastes, renewable energy generation, grid modernization, water projects, etc…

In his projections, Ward looks for bid opportunities targeting sustainability, the continued rise of “Smart Cities”, and an ongoing demand for cleaning and disinfection-related services. This will include: personal protective equipment (PPE), latex gloves, medical-style face masks, antibacterial sanitizers, hazmat gear, touchless technologies, and self-serve kiosks.

As a result of the pandemic, in 2020 we saw the growth in virtualization, cloud hosting, and e-learning. Along with those areas, 2021 will see a continued trend in growth of government conducting business remotely, with the aid of smartphones and apps. This will also result in the increased call for videoconferencing, remote meeting platforms, virtual learning, fiber optic connectivity, and 5G broadband service.

It is very likely that no other industry will realize more growth in 2021 than telehealth, soon followed by electronic health records systems and databases, and healthcare laboratory testing services.

The resulting increases in these bid opportunities, with continuing, associated decreases in issuance to award timeframes, strongly suggests that vendors should be prepared to act quickly on these imminent solicitations. BidPrime’s technology and service, which includes aggregating solicitations from more than 115,000 government agencies across the U.S. and Canada, is positioned to alert you to these newly posted bids, along with the associated bid documents.

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Cloud Encryption Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2020 – 2026

Latest Market Analysis Research Report on “Global Cloud Encryption Market 2020” has been added to Wise Guy Reports database.

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, December 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Cloud Encryption Industry

Global Cloud Encryption Market Overview

The latest research on the Global Cloud Encryption Market has displayed an overview of the industry with an in-depth observation. The report defines the service and product along with its various applications in various end-user industries. Furthermore, the report also consists of production and management techniques used for it. The report provides comprehensive detail of the latest prevailing trends in the industry, exhaustive geographical study, and competitive analysis for the forecast period of 2020-2026.

Major Companies
CipherCloud Inc.
Hytrust inc.
Gemalto NV
IBM Corporation
Netskope Inc.
Secomba GmbH
Skyhigh Networks
Symantec Corporation
Thales e-Security

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Global Cloud Encryption Industry Key Players

The established key players of the market have been analyzed for obtaining an accurate evaluation of the Global Cloud Encryption Market. With the analysis of key players, the report highlights the competitive landscape of the market. The evaluation consists of the study of expansion strategies deployed by the market players. Some of the most used strategies are collaboration, mergers & acquisition, partnership, rising investment, product portfolio development, etc. besides, there has been an increasing initiative for research & development, which is estimated to influence the growth of the Global Cloud Encryption Market in the forthcoming period.

Global Cloud Encryption Market Drivers & Constraints

To provide a better understanding of the Global Cloud Encryption Market, the report also displays the cost history and several prevailing trends along with the market value. It also offers a number of factors that enhance and obstruct the market. Besides, the possible market opportunities have also been evaluated to obtain an appropriate market insight into the Global Cloud Encryption Market.

Global Cloud Encryption Industry Regional Analysis

An exhaustive regional analysis has also been conducted to offer the finest observation. It provides details of the regions where the Global Cloud Encryption Market is concentrated. The report primarily focuses on Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, North America, and Latin America. The regions are analyzed with respect to the latest trends, opportunities, and an outlook that will benefit the market in the forthcoming period. The region which dominates the global market and the factor leading to its growth has been analyzed well in the report.

Global Cloud Encryption Market Method Research

A detailed research method, which includes primary and secondary both, has been conducted to obtain the data. The primary sources consist of interviews with top-level executives, questionnaires, and surveys. The secondary sources are whitepaper, published reports, SEC filings, government documents, etc. The data obtained is filtered and refined through a multi-layer verification process for ensuring the authenticity and quality of the insights offered. The top-down and bottom-up approaches are used for assuring the credibility of the market valuations and segments.

Report covers:

Comprehensive research methodology of Global Cloud Encryption Market.
This report also includes detailed and extensive market overview with gap analysis, historical analysis & key analyst insights.
An exhaustive analysis of macro and micro factors influencing the market guided by key recommendations.
Analysis of regional regulations and other government policies impacting the Global Cloud Encryption Market.
Insights about market determinants which are stimulating the Global Cloud Encryption Market.
Detailed and extensive market segments with regional distribution of forecasted revenues
Extensive profiles and recent developments of market players

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Some points from table of content:

Global Cloud Encryption Detailed Analysis Report 2018-2023
Chapter One Cloud Encryption Market Overview
Chapter Two Cloud Encryption by Regions 2013-2018
Chapter Three Cloud Encryption by Players 2013-2018
Chapter Four Cloud Encryption by Consumer 2013-2018
Chapter Five Global Top Players Profile
Chapter Six Industry Chain and Supply Chain
Chapter Seven Global Cloud Encryption Market Size (Sales and Revenue) Forecast (2018-2023)
Chapter Eight Development Trend and Research Conclusion
Chapter Nine Methodology and Data Source

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Cloud Encryption Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2020 – 2026

Latest Market Analysis Research Report on “Global Cloud Encryption Market 2020” has been added to Wise Guy Reports database.

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, December 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Cloud Encryption Industry

Global Cloud Encryption Market Overview

The latest research on the Global Cloud Encryption Market has displayed an overview of the industry with an in-depth observation. The report defines the service and product along with its various applications in various end-user industries. Furthermore, the report also consists of production and management techniques used for it. The report provides comprehensive detail of the latest prevailing trends in the industry, exhaustive geographical study, and competitive analysis for the forecast period of 2020-2026.

Major Companies
CipherCloud Inc.
Hytrust inc.
Gemalto NV
IBM Corporation
Netskope Inc.
Secomba GmbH
Skyhigh Networks
Symantec Corporation
Thales e-Security

Get Sample Copy of the Report @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/sample-request/2975432-global-cloud-encryption-detailed-analysis-report-2018-2023

Global Cloud Encryption Industry Key Players

The established key players of the market have been analyzed for obtaining an accurate evaluation of the Global Cloud Encryption Market. With the analysis of key players, the report highlights the competitive landscape of the market. The evaluation consists of the study of expansion strategies deployed by the market players. Some of the most used strategies are collaboration, mergers & acquisition, partnership, rising investment, product portfolio development, etc. besides, there has been an increasing initiative for research & development, which is estimated to influence the growth of the Global Cloud Encryption Market in the forthcoming period.

Global Cloud Encryption Market Drivers & Constraints

To provide a better understanding of the Global Cloud Encryption Market, the report also displays the cost history and several prevailing trends along with the market value. It also offers a number of factors that enhance and obstruct the market. Besides, the possible market opportunities have also been evaluated to obtain an appropriate market insight into the Global Cloud Encryption Market.

Global Cloud Encryption Industry Regional Analysis

An exhaustive regional analysis has also been conducted to offer the finest observation. It provides details of the regions where the Global Cloud Encryption Market is concentrated. The report primarily focuses on Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, North America, and Latin America. The regions are analyzed with respect to the latest trends, opportunities, and an outlook that will benefit the market in the forthcoming period. The region which dominates the global market and the factor leading to its growth has been analyzed well in the report.

Global Cloud Encryption Market Method Research

A detailed research method, which includes primary and secondary both, has been conducted to obtain the data. The primary sources consist of interviews with top-level executives, questionnaires, and surveys. The secondary sources are whitepaper, published reports, SEC filings, government documents, etc. The data obtained is filtered and refined through a multi-layer verification process for ensuring the authenticity and quality of the insights offered. The top-down and bottom-up approaches are used for assuring the credibility of the market valuations and segments.

Report covers:

Comprehensive research methodology of Global Cloud Encryption Market.
This report also includes detailed and extensive market overview with gap analysis, historical analysis & key analyst insights.
An exhaustive analysis of macro and micro factors influencing the market guided by key recommendations.
Analysis of regional regulations and other government policies impacting the Global Cloud Encryption Market.
Insights about market determinants which are stimulating the Global Cloud Encryption Market.
Detailed and extensive market segments with regional distribution of forecasted revenues
Extensive profiles and recent developments of market players

Enquiry Before Buying @ https://www.wiseguyreports.com/enquiry/2975432-global-cloud-encryption-detailed-analysis-report-2018-2023

Some points from table of content:

Global Cloud Encryption Detailed Analysis Report 2018-2023
Chapter One Cloud Encryption Market Overview
Chapter Two Cloud Encryption by Regions 2013-2018
Chapter Three Cloud Encryption by Players 2013-2018
Chapter Four Cloud Encryption by Consumer 2013-2018
Chapter Five Global Top Players Profile
Chapter Six Industry Chain and Supply Chain
Chapter Seven Global Cloud Encryption Market Size (Sales and Revenue) Forecast (2018-2023)
Chapter Eight Development Trend and Research Conclusion
Chapter Nine Methodology and Data Source

For more information or any query mail at sales@wiseguyreports.com

Norah Trent
WISEGUY RESEARCH CONSULTANTS PVT LTD
08411985042
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Green Energy Biofuel Expands Waste Processing Capabilities, Seeks New Markets

The Green Energy Biofuel team

South Carolina Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette, left, and GEB co-founder and owner, BioJoe Renwick

Green Energy Biofuel has railcar service into and out of its waste processing facility near Aiken, South Carolina.

Green Energy Biofuel has grown from its roots as a local grease collector and small biodiesel producer 12 years ago in South Carolina to a major waste recycler.

We have built a redundant process to bring in hard-to-deal-with waste streams and effectively process them all with no downtime.”

— BioJoe Renwick, Co-founder and Owner, Green Energy Biofuel

WINNSBORO, SOUTH CAROLINA , USA, December 23, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Green Energy Biofuel stands ready to provide waste recycling solutions for a variety of businesses and industries in the Southeast by turning costly liabilities into savings. Companies can leverage Green Energy Biofuel to help meet their environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) goals by no longer paying for waste to be landfilled. Virtually all organic waste streams, whether liquid or solid—including the dirtiest, least desirable materials—are responsibly converted into environmentally conscious products such as biofuels, compost material and more.

Green Energy Biofuel began in 2008 as Midlands Biofuels in Winnsboro, South Carolina. Midlands Biofuels provided local grease collection services for restaurants and processed the fryer oil into biodiesel. As the small company grew, it acquired a grease processing plant and 500 restaurant clients in Knoxville, Tennessee, and changed its name from Midlands Biofuels to Green Energy Biofuel.

In 2018, Green Energy Biofuel purchased its third—and largest—waste processing facility near Aiken, South Carolina, called GEB3. The company has invested significant capital into this site to accommodate waste from several large-scale clients such as Tyson Foods, whose food processing plant in Columbia, South Carolina, provided 30 to 40 percent of GEB3’s intake volume until Tyson recently closed the facility.

“We took over all their waste streams, which was sometimes four tankerloads a day and nasty,” says BioJoe Renwick, Green Energy Biofuel co-founder and owner. “In less than five months, we retooled the plant from only making biodiesel to a multi-feedstock processor that can handle anything with grease in it. The Aiken plant went from sitting idle for years to now processing 10 different industrial commercial-scale waste streams from various facilities, generating a quarter-million gallons of biodiesel feedstock every month. We have built a redundant process to bring in hard-to-deal-with waste streams and effectively process them all with no downtime.”

The GEB3 plant is divided into three sections to handle various wastes—the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. The Good is designed for high-volume used cooking oil that needs minimal processing. The Bad is tailored to handle heavy sludge waste streams with solids and water extraction systems. “We can even recover the fats, oils and greases (FOG) from large companies’ wastewater treatment facilities,” BioJoe says. The Ugly is set up to process low-quality trap grease from food processors and restaurants, refining low carbon-intensity brown grease out of the muck for resale.

“Before Tyson closed in Columbia, we had built this plant up, increased throughput and capacity, and diversified ourselves to handle all types of waste,” BioJoe says. “Now we’re in need of more products—more wastes—to process.”

Green Energy Biofuel isn’t sitting around idle though. The company is executing big plans. And BioJoe is eager to partner with businesses whose waste streams are holding them back.

The company just closed on the purchase of ReSoil, a composting facility outside of Columbia, South Carolina. A big draw of this composting facility for Green Energy Biofuel is that the site has a Class III permit to compost all types of waste, including meats, which is very unique.

“If we had owned this while servicing Tyson, we could have composted 6 million pounds of solid meat waste that was landfilled for them,” BioJoe says.

When processing waste, not all the material is reusable. “Green Energy Biofuel generates tons of compostable waste per month processing waste cooking grease,” BioJoe says. “We spend a quarter-million dollars in disposal fees. Now, all of this can be taken directly to our new facility, blended and composted. This is a way to add more value and services to our existing and future customers too.” Green Energy Biofuel’s waste cannot be composted by itself. But when mixed with streams such as soybean residues from large agricultural processing facilities, for which these ag companies often pay to be landfilled, the combination makes a “beautiful composting material,” BioJoe says.

The company is not stopping with the purchase of a composting site. Green Energy Biofuel also has its sights set on acquiring de-packaging equipment. This half-a-million-dollar investment will allow extraction of residual FOG and compostable materials from all kinds of containers, such as salad dressing bottles, plastic soy sauce packets, and dozens of others.

“This can handle wet as well as dry product,” BioJoe says. The FOG can be cleaned and sold into the biofuels markets, the dry material can be composted, and the plastic packaging can be recycled. “It’s a huge opportunity,” he says.

Green Energy Biofuel has bimodal transport abilities as well, into and out of its Aiken, South Carolina, processing center. “We have a fleet of trucks and we can put nine rail cars at any given time on our private rail spur,” BioJoe says. “Moving 25,000 gallons per load in and out of the plant onto a 24/7 rail that never stops—holidays, rain or shine. No flat tires, no traffic, no excuses. It has really stabilized our business and opened up a lot of new doors. We sell 250,000 gallons per month now and it couldn’t be easier. This allows us to focus on growth, not on the logistics of filling small tankers all day. Two railcars are equivalent to eight tankers. Our biggest problem now is finding other companies on the rail we can do business with, processing their wastes and selling them refined product.”

Over the years, Renwick and his company have proven to be resilient and forward-thinking, adapting to changes in the market place with a nimbleness unrivaled by the larger waste recycling firms.

“One issue a lot of companies have in this industry is they aren’t able to move and shake fast enough,” Renwick says. “When they find themselves in hot water, they close their doors. But we’re used to boiling water, and we’ve learned how to thrive in a hot pot.”

BioJoe Renwick
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BADGERLAND DISPOSAL AWARDED EXCLUSIVE SEVEN-YEAR RESIDENTIAL WASTE, RECYCLING CONTRACT SERVING THE CITY OF EDGERTON

Badgerland Disposal wins seven-year residential contract with the City of Edgerton

Edgerton is Badgerland’s fifth awarded municipal contract in 2020

MILTON, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES, December 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Badgerland Disposal, Wisconsin’s leading independent waste and recycling services provider, today announced it has been awarded an exclusive seven-year residential waste and recycling contract serving the City of Edgerton and its 1,904 households, effective Jan. 1, 2021.

“We extend a warm welcome to the City of Edgerton and look forward to providing Edgerton residents with a smooth transition backed by an exceptional customer experience,” said Badgerland Disposal Director of Business Development, Kris Roesken.

In addition to the City of Edgerton, Badgerland announced new waste and recycling contracts with the Town of West Bend (effective July 2020), the City of Evansville (effective Jan. 1, 2021), the Town of Westport (effective Jan. 1, 2021) and the Village of Reeseville (effective Jan. 1, 2021).

“These key municipal wins advance our mission to create a greener Wisconsin,” Roesken added. “In addition to traditional waste and recycling, Badgerland is pleased to offer residents and businesses access to a host of temporary services, including portable restrooms and roll-off dumpsters.”

About Badgerland Disposal

Headquartered in Milton, Wisc., Badgerland Disposal is Wisconsin’s leading independent waste and recycling services provider. Operating for more than 10 years, Badgerland serves 20,000 residential and commercial customers across southern Wisconsin with an unyielding commitment to safety, the environment and an exceptional customer experience. Badgerland operates with a customer- and community-first approach to waste and recycling services, helping keep Wisconsin’s neighborhoods clean, green and thriving.

Meaghan Johnson
Badgerland Disposal
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Custom Dredge Works Delivers New Electric Chain-Ladder Dredge to Legacy Materials

This is a deep digging electric powered mining dredge designed and built by Custom Dredge Works.  This dredge utilizes a unique Chain-Ladder cutting technology.  The Chain-Ladder looks very much like a extra large giant chain saw.  It is ideal for mining

The new electric powered Cutter Suction Dredge being assembled at Legacy Materials in Booneville, IA

Custom Dredge Works (CDW) is pleased to announce the delivery of a new 14" Electric powered Chain Ladder Dredge to Legacy Materials in Booneville Iowa

We choose CDW because of their reputation of quality and being the overall best value”

— Misty Wittern Lee, CEO and President of Legacy Materials

WEST DES MOINES, IOWA, USA, December 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Custom Dredge Works is pleased to announce the delivery of a new 14” Electric powered Chain Ladder Dredge to Legacy Materials in Booneville Iowa, just outside of West Des Moines. Legacy Materials is a new Aggregate Mining operation that will supply sand and gravel aggregate to Concrete and Asphalt manufacturers in the Des Moines metropolitan area.

The new dredge boasts two unique characteristics: 1) Electric Powered, and 2) A Chain Ladder cutting system. The electric powered dredge will greatly reduce or eliminate Air pollution, Noise pollution, Water pollution, and ongoing Maintenance requirements. The Chain Ladder cutting system will allow the dredge to mine effectively and efficiently in the presence of large rock, coble, and other debris indicative of aggregate deposits in this area of Booneville adjacent to the Raccoon River.

Custom Dredge Works’ President, John Jones, is very excited and confident in the effectiveness of this new Dredge to achieve or exceed production goals and ambitions. Mr. Jones is quoted saying “Our focus was to design and deliver a World-Class Flagship Dredge to Legacy Materials. We believe that we have achieved that, and we are excited to see how this aggressive and cutting-edge dredge will aid Legacy in its rise to be one of the top aggregate mining operations in Iowa”.

"As a family-owned business ourselves, we are excited to work with another family-owned and oriented business in Custom Dredge Works. We choose CDW because of their reputation of quality and being the overall best value," said Misty Wittern Lee, CEO and President of Legacy Materials.

"At Legacy Materials, we pride ourselves in being a quality supplier that treats our customers like family. We recognize CDW is a leading global supplier in their industry and shares a common commitment to their customers," said Wittern. "Our experience with CDW exceeded our expectations. Their employees conduct themselves with the utmost professionalism and most importantly CDW met our aggressive project timeline from a manufacturing perspective."

About Legacy Materials – Based in Booneville, IA Legacy Materials is a women-owned (WBE certification pending), woman-operated business that produces sand and gravel products for a variety of industries. As an Iowa Economic Development Authority Certified Targeted Small Business (TSB), Legacy Materials provides superior services and excellent quality products for customers in building communities and commercial developments across Central Iowa. www.legacymaterials.org — Tel: 515.432.7333

Custom Dredge Works, headquartered in Topeka Kansas, is widely considered to be the preeminent manufacturer of Dredges specifically designed for the Aggregate Mining Industry. CDW employs approximately 100 skilled metal fabricators, Engineers, and Executive staff. www.CustomDredgeWorks.com

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CR Clean Air names Diego Tebaldi as GM; will direct global leader’s efforts in engineered solutions for air pollution

Diego Tebaldi, General Manager

60-year global leader in providing engineering solutions for air pollution control selects new General Manager to aid in firm's growth.

It’s great to join this forward-thinking company which is making such important strides in the critical issue of air pollution control. ”

— Diego Tebaldi, General Manager

PARSIPPANY, NJ, USA, December 22, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ —

The Clean Air Group, LLC (http://crcleanair.com), commonly known as “CR Clean Air”, has selected Diego Tebaldi of Newton, MA to fill the role of General Manager.

Tebaldi joins CR Clean Air at a time when the company continues to grow fast and expand its market globally; his role will include overseeing the day to day operations of the firm, including recruiting additional talent, expanding the technical capabilities and client management and acquisition.

CR Clean Air is a global leader in engineered solutions for air pollution control and environmental compliance, designing and engineering custom solutions to specifically address the individual company’s needs in the most optimal way. CR Clean Air engineered solutions have applications across multiple industries, including but not limited to chemical processes and industrial manufacturing .

Prior to joining the CR Clean Air team, Tebaldi was at CECO Environmental (Nasdaq: CECE), a publicly listed pollution control company, where he ran the HEE-Duall business, which included industrial air scrubbers and fans; as well as the Adwest business which included regenerative thermal oxidizers/RTOs. He has also been in leadership roles with firms in renewable energy and high-tech. In addition to work in Boston, he has also been with firms in Geneva, Paris and London.

Tebaldi earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Buckingham University in the United Kingdom and is fluent in four languages: English, Italian, French and Spanish. A native of Italy, he currently resides in Newton, MA, in Boston’s western suburbs. He enjoys outdoor activities and sporting events.

Of his role with CR Clean Air, he said, “It’s great to join this forward-thinking company which is making such important strides in the critical issue of air pollution control. We have a talented team of engineers and designers who are here to help any company find the optimal solution to their emission needs. I’m encouraged by the ownership’s intent to continue investing in R&D and product development in order to improve our capabilities and solve customer’s problems more efficiently .” He continued, “I’m excited to be leading such a strong team, delivering value to our customers as we help them address tougher regulatory environment and ever increasing demand for more efficient abatement systems.”

Samuel W. Croll, Chief Executive Officer of CR Clean Air, said, “We’re pleased to welcome Diego to our team. He brings strong industry-specific knowledge and experience which will be of tremendous value to our team and the clients we serve.”

About CR Clean Air
The Clean Air Group, LLC, known as CR Clean Air, is a 60-year global leader in engineered solutions for air pollution control and environmental process compliance. CR Clean Air designs and manufactures a wide variety of equipment for industrial applications, supported by individually engineered solutions to fit the company’s emission challenges and meet required federal, state and local environmental regulations. CR Clean Air solutions also increase employee safety, recover valuable product, remove process impurities and improve neighborhood relations. CR Clean Air solutions can achieve up to 99.99% efficiency, zero plume and clean water discharge for almost any hazardous air pollutant. CR Clean Air sells, designs, and maintains Wet Scrubbers, Packed-Tower Scrubbers, Jet Venturi Fume Scrubbers, and High Energy Venturi Scrubbers to meet the needs of chemical companies or industrial manufacturing companies, and can provide any scope from the bare equipment through to fully integrated “plug-n-play” systems on skids. Headquarters are at Six Campus Drive, Parsippany, NJ and there is an assembly/testing facility in Teterboro, NJ – with fabrication capabilities across the world. For additional information call +1 (973) 947-8787 or visit http://crcleanair.com.

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Global Medical Waste Management Market Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2020-2030

WiseGuyReports.com adds “Global Medical Waste Management Market Research Report 2020 Analysis and Forecast 2030” reports to its database.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, December 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Medical Waste Management Market:

Executive Summary

The global medical waste management market is expected to grow from $13.5 billion in 2019 to 14.9 billion in 2020 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.6%. The markable growth is mainly due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the measures to contain it. The unestimated amount of biomedical waste being generated from Covid-treating hospitals, quarantine centers, healthcare facilities, and self/home-quarantine has triggered the need for medical waste management. The market is then expected to stabilize and reach $16.62 billion in 2023 at a CAGR of 3.8%.

The medical waste management market consists of the revenue generated from establishments providing services that include collection, transportation, storage, treatment, disposal, and recycling of waste. Biomedical waste is generated during the diagnosis, treatment, and immunization of human beings or other living beings from healthcare facilities.

North America was the largest region in the medical waste management market in 2019. Asia-Pacific is expected to be the fastest-growing region in the forecast period.

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Recycling is expected to become a key trend in medical waste management. The ongoing medical supplies shortage due to the Covid 19 pandemic has resulted in the need for more sustainable and recycling of medical products. Battelle Critical Care Decontamination System, which was approved in April 2020 by Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), uses hydrogen peroxide for decontamination of N95 respirators and PPE kits.

The medical waste management market covered in this report is segmented by type into bio-hazardous/infectious waste; non-hazardous waste; sharps; pharmaceutical; radioactive; others. It is also segmented by treatment into incineration; autoclaving; chemical treatment; others, by services into onsite services; offsite services and by the waste generator into hospitals; clinics; ambulatory surgical centers; pharmaceutical companies; biotechnology companies; others.

Low awareness among developing countries is limiting the growth of the medical waste management market. Inadequate knowledge of healthcare professionals and sanitation health workers on biomedical waste regulations and medical waste management protocols is causing improper segregation of waste which is leading to increased hazardous waste, needle prick injuries and infections like hepatitis which is increasing the load on the medical waste management companies. Infectious waste (or hazardous medical waste) constitutes around 15 to 25% of total healthcare waste. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in low-income countries, health care waste is not separated into hazardous and non-hazardous waste which is causing an increase in the actual quantity of hazardous waste. Therefore, such a lack of awareness in developing countries is hindering the growth of the medical waste management market.

In January 2018, Meridian Waste Solutions, a US-based solid waste collection and recycling company, has acquired EnviCare for an undisclosed amount. This acquisition is expected to further expand the growth of Meridian Waste Solutions in the healthcare domain. EnivCare is an Atlanta-based medical waste company dealing with medical waste transportation and disposal.

The rise in the use of disposable medical products in healthcare facilities is expected to drive the medical waste management market. In a healthcare setting, most of the products used are meant for single-use to limit cross-contamination among patients and decrease hospital-acquired infection. The use of single-use or disposal products surged due to the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak. The widely used disposables like surgical gloves, disposable bed sheets, masks, surgical gowns, syringes, intravenous saline bags, and others account for most of the hospital waste. Therefore, the rise in the use of disposable medical products is expected to drive the medical waste management market.

Sourcing and Referencing: Data and analysis throughout the report is sourced using end notes.
Major players in the medical waste management market are Waste Management (WM), Citiwaste, Sanpro Waste, MedPro Waste Disposal, Sharps Compliance, BioServeUSA, BioMedical Waste Solutions, PureWay Total Compliance, Medasend, and Veolia Environnement.

Continuous…

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NOTE : Our team is studying Covid19 and its impact on various industry verticals and wherever required we will be considering covid19 footprints for a better analysis of markets and industries. Cordially get in touch for more details.

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The American Concrete Pipe Association Names Rocky Lorenz to its Board of Directors

The American Concrete Pipe Association announced recently that its Board of Directors has appointed Rocky Lorenz to join their board.

IRVING, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, December 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The American Concrete Pipe Association announced this month that its Board of Directors appointed Rocky Lorenz, Chief Operating Officer at AmeriTex Pipe & Products, to join their board. "It is my pleasure to welcome Rocky Lorenz to the Board of Directors," says Bill Washabaugh of Northern Concrete Pipe and Chairman of the Board. "We are grateful to AmeriTex for allowing Rocky to make this commitment of his time and energy."

Known for building a rich culture through a deep commitment to his team, Rocky has proven that prioritizing your people and their well-being results in exceptional quality, customer value, and profitable, aggressive growth. Under his leadership, he has also helped orchestrate the operational and financial planning that has tripled AmeriTex growth in five years.

Ricky was pivotal in helping to expand the adoption of FRP in North America, oversaw the global capital expansion for civilian and military sites as a project manager at CH2M HILL, and was a superintendent for agriculture and oilfield construction. He will be a great addition to the American Concrete Pipe Association board of directors.

When not working, Rocky enjoys returning to his roots—visiting (and working) the family ranch with his wife and three children.

About the American Concrete Pipe Association:

The American Concrete Pipe Association serves and works with its members in the areas of research, product specifications, technical services, promotion, education, safety, product quality, government relations, and the publication of technical and industry information. Core precast drainage products of member firms include non-reinforced concrete pipe and reinforced concrete pipe for sanitary and storm sewer pipeline systems and culverts; drycast and wetcast concrete boxes for many uses including culverts and small bridges; and, manholes.

For more information on The American Concrete Pipe Association, visit https://www.concretepipe.org

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DOE Releases Draft EIS on Unjustified Versatile Test Reactor; Cost, Safety, Plutonium Proliferation Risks Unacceptable

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Savannah River Site Watch (SRS Watch) in Columbia, SC is a non-profit organization working on sound policies and projects by the U.S. Department of Energy, with a focus on the Savannah River Site. See our website at https://srswatch.org/

Old K-Reactor at SRS, being considered for fabrication of 30 metric tons of plutonium into fuel for the Verstaile Test Reactor. Currently, 11.5 MT of plutonium are stored in the K-Reactor. The reactor began operation in 1954 and operated until the late 1980s.

Plutonium pits from retired nuclear warheads are considered to be the leading source of plutonium for VTR fuel. Up to 20,000 pits are stored at DOE’s Pantex site in Texas. SRS is being considered for pit production in the proposed SRS “Plutonium Bomb Plant” (PBP).

Proposed, Unneeded Versatile Test Reactor (VTR) to Cost $3 Billion to $6 Billion; Safety and Proliferation Risks of Plutonium-Fueled VTR Must be Reviewed

The SRS fuel-fabrication alternative for the VTR isn’t viable as South Carolina does not want another risky and unjustified project that could result in 30 metric tons of additional plutonium at SRS.”

— Tom Clements, Director, SRS Watch

COLUMBIA, SC, US, December 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Despite safety and proliferation concerns and lack of justification, the U.S. Department of Energy has announced that it has released a draft Environmental Impact State on the Versatile Test Reactor (VTR).

The DOE Office of Nuclear Energy’s "Notice of Availability of Draft Versatile Test Reactor Environmental Impact Statement" appeared in the Federal Register on December 21, 2020. DOE’s Idaho National Lab (INL) is the preferred location for the reactor, with Oak Ridge National Lab as an alternative. Both INL and the Savannah River Site (SRS) in South Carolina are to be considered for fabrication of the reactor’s fuel, which could contain weapon-grade plutonium. The draft EIS presents the old K-Reactor at SRS as the site for fuel fabrication, with the shuttered L-Reactor also being considered, with up to 30 metric tons of plutonium to be imported for the project if it were to go forward.

Given that no clear mission need has been established for the VTR and with an estimated price tag of $3 billion to $6 billion, with completion ranging from 2026 to 2030, it is doubtful if the project will go forward. Just as for other costly, complex DOE projects, the price tag is certain to grow and the schedule certain to slip if the project is pursued. As there appears to be a rush in moving forward with the VTR in the waning days of the Trump administration, the need for the VTR, its cost and proliferation risks must be formally reviewed in 2021, according to the public interest group Savannah River Site Watch, and no final EIS issued.

The reactor would be a sodium-cooled “fast” reactor, based on the design of GE’s PRISM reactor, a reactor never before constructed, which is based on the long-closed Experimental Breeder Reactor II located at INL. While DOE has claimed that the VTR would not be operated to “breed,” or produce, plutonium it is in a class of reactor that operates on plutonium-uranium fuel and that can produce plutonium, posing significant proliferation risks. Given the exorbitant costs, impracticality and safety and proliferation risks of breeder reactors, all but a few countries have abandoned their programs.

DOE proposes that the VTR would operate for 60 years. As the reactor could use around 500 kilograms per year as fuel, the site selected for fuel fabrication would thus receive around 30 metric tons of plutonium. (The notice says plutonium use annually in fuel would be “between 0.4 and 0.54 metric tons of plutonium.”) Bringing an additional 30 MT of plutonium to SRS for this questionable mission is not acceptable, according to SRS Watch.

SRS, which has no recent fuel fabrication experience and which recently faced the termination of the mismanaged plutonium fuel (MOX) project, would be an extremely poor choice for VTR fuel fabrication, and must be rejected, according to SRS Watch. Underscoring the proliferation risks involved in fuel manufacture, the plutonium for the fuel would likely come from plutonium “pits” withdrawn from nuclear warheads and now stored at the Pantex site in Texas. Or, plutonium might be imported from the UK or France, which would also pose proliferation risks and involve unacceptable sea transport.

“Given that DOE has just rejected fabrication of plutonium MOX fuel at the SRS, it is totally absurd for any consideration to now be given to fabrication of VTR plutonium fuel at SRS,” said Tom Clements, director of Savannah River Site Watch in Columbia, SC. “SRS has lost all memory of fuel fabrication and could never reestablish that capability over the next decade,” added Clements. “The SRS fuel-fabrication alternative, like the overall project itself, simply isn’t viable and South Carolina does not want another risky project that could result in yet more plutonium being stranded in South Carolina,” Clements said. SRS Watch supports the "no-action alternative," under which the VTR would not be constructed.

In addition to 11.5 metric tons of plutonium currently being stored in the old K-Reactor at SRS, the site faces the import of an additional 7.5 metric tons of plutonium if the proposed SRS Plutonium Bomb Plant goes forward. That facility, now facing growing opposition, would produce plutonium “pits,” or cores for old and unneeded new nuclear warheads (including the W87-1 and W93). Likewise, SRS faces import of 20 MT or more of plutonium for the “plutonium disposition” program. DOE announced on December 16, 2020 that a “scoping” for an EIS on plutonium disposition at SRS had begun. According to SRS Watch, the various plans for importing more plutonium to SRS for the VTR, plutonium pits and for plutonium disposition need to be reviewed in an overarching manner and not in piecemeal environmental documents.

In the Federal Register notice, DOE says that a 45-day comment period on the draft EIS will soon begin.

If DOE needs a “fast-neutron” source for experimentation, it could modify existing reactors, including the Advanced Test Reactor or the High Flux Isotope Reactor, for that mission.

SRS Watch is a member of the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability (ANA), a network of public interest groups located near DOE sites.

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1. Federal Register / Vol. 85, No. 245 / Monday, December 21, 2020 / Notices – "Notice of Availability of Draft Versatile Test Reactor Environmental Impact Statement," https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2020-12-21/pdf/2020-27951.pdf

2. Draft VTR EIS, posted December 21, 2020, https://www.energy.gov/nepa/downloads/doeeis-0542-draft-environmental-impact-statement

3. See discussion of VTR cost and funding for Fiscal Year 2021: "Energy and Water Development: FY2021 Appropriations," by Congressional Research Service, December 8, 2020, https://crsreports.congress.gov/product/pdf/R/R46384

4. DOE document with $3 billion to $6 billion cost: Thomas J. O’Connor, VTR Program Director, DOE Office of Nuclear Energy, “Versatile Test Reactor Update,” March 28, 2019, https://www.energy.gov/sites/prod/files/2019/04/f61/VTR%20NEAC%20Rev%202%20%28003%29_1.pdf

5. For amount of plutonium in fuel, also see: "Scoping Analysis of Sodium Cooled Fast Spectrum Test Reactor Cores," Idaho National Lab, January 2020, https://inldigitallibrary.inl.gov/sites/sti/sti/Sort_21975.pdf

6. "DOE’s Formal Decision to Pursue Plutonium Bomb Plant at SRS Draws Immediate Criticism, Faces Potential Legal Challenge," SRS Watch news, Nov. 5, 2020, https://srswatch.org/does-formal-decision-to-pursue-plutonium-bomb-plant-at-srs-draws-immediate-criticism-faces-potential-legal-challenge/

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