Environmental Monitoring in China Industry Research Report – Now Available from IBISWorld

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The environmental protection sector in China has developed rapidly during the past five years, due to continuous capital investment and increasing public and government concerns on environmental pollution. Over the past five years, revenue for the Environmental Monitoring industry in China is estimated to have increased 17.8% annually, says IBISWorld.

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Households are a new, growing market for environmental monitoring services.

The environmental protection sector in China has developed rapidly during the past five years, due to continuous capital investment and increasing public and government concerns on environmental pollution. Over the past five years, revenue for the Environmental Monitoring industry in China is estimated to have increased 17.8% annually, says IBISWorld.

Environmental monitoring and testing are regarded as important complementary services to other businesses, such as environmental engineering, evaluation and consulting. Many large-scale enterprises within this industry are invested by large industrial corporations with the purpose of dealing with their own pollution problems. For example, Guohua Ebara Environmental Engineering, a major player in the industry, mainly focuses on environmental monitoring of power generation industries, while Beijing Feiyan Petrochemical Environmental Protection, the fourth-largest firm in this industry, is mainly engaged in environmental monitoring within petrochemical industries. In recent years, however, market demand has expanded to household services, such as monitoring of indoor air, noise and light pollution. In addition, the testing scope has expanded from water, air and noise to indoor air, ecology, soil, waste solids, acid rain and radiation, says IBISWorld.

The Environmental Monitoring Services industry in China has a low level of concentration with the top four companies accounting for about 20.0% of industry revenue in 2013, down from 25.0% in 2007 due to increasing industry competition. This industry is still in the growth stage of its life cycle with a short development history and limited commercialization. Most environmental monitoring activities are still conducted by the government agencies. Additionally, enterprises usually operate within certain product and market segments and limited geographic areas.

The Chinese government is bringing more commercial reform to this industry to deal with the capital shortage problem and to improve efficiency, says IBISWorld. This industry will gradually be opened to foreign investors as the whole environmental protection sector in China is subject to an increasing level of globalization. More foreign capital and advanced technology and equipment will be introduced, which will benefit the development of this industry.

For more information, visit IBISWorld’s Environmental Monitoring in China industry report page.

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IBISWorld Industry Report Key Topics

The Environmental Monitoring industry in China is engaged in monitoring and testing activities for various kinds of environmental elements, ecological system items, and liquid, gas, solid, radiation and other pollutants. The activities of environmental monitoring stations are not included in this report.

Industry Performance
Executive Summary
Key External Drivers
Current Performance
Industry Outlook
Industry Life Cycle
Products & Markets
Supply Chain
Products & Services
Major Markets
Globalization & Trade
Business Locations
Competitive Landscape
Market Share Concentration
Key Success Factors
Cost Structure Benchmarks
Barriers to Entry
Major Companies
Operating Conditions
Capital Intensity
Key Statistics
Industry Data
Annual Change
Key Ratios

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