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An Analysis of Barriers to Innovative Treatment Technologies: Summary of Existing Studies and Current Initiatives Published 2000
This report presents a summary of existing studies of barriers that have historically impeded the successful commercialization of ITTs. The goal of An Analysis of Barriers to Innovative Treatment Technologies: Summary of Existing and Current Initiatives is to help ITT providers understand the types of barriers that may challenge the development and full commercialization of ITTs by presenting reasons beyond market forces that inhibit development of ITTs and their routine use.

Bridging the Valley of Death Published
A finance study that addresses management, regulatory, exporting, and financing issues faced by environmental technology developers and users.

Cleaning Up the Nation's Waste Sites: Markets and Technology Trends (2004 Edition) Published 2004
EPA's Cleaning Up the Nation's Waste Sites: Markets and Technology Trends (2004 Edition), provides a overview of the US market for the cleanup of sites contaminated with hazardous waste and petroleum products. The report covers the Nation's seven major cleanup markets, namely Superfund, RCRA Corrective Action, DoD, DOE, USTs, Civilian Federal Agencies, and State Voluntary cleanup programs. It targets industry and government officials preparing research, development, and business strategies. The information it presents is intended to support those who are developing, commercializing, and marketing new cleanup technologies to meet the future demand.

Cleaning Up the Nation's Waste Sites: Markets and Technology Trends - 1996 Edition Published 1996
This study describes the future demand for remediation services in all of the major cleanup programs in the U.S., including Superfund, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) corrective action, underground storage tanks, state programs, and federal agencies such as the Departments of Defense and Energy (DOD and DOE). The data on each program include the number of sites that remain to be cleaned up, general site and waste characteristics, and other factors that affect the demand for remediation services. While the report considers a broad range of remediation services required in the future, its purpose is to provide insight into the potential application of new treatment technologies.

EPA Technology Programs: Engaging the Marketplace Published 2007
In this report, the Environmental Technology Subcommittee of the National Advisory Council on Environmental Policy and Technology (NACEPT) offers additional recommendations for EPA's Environmental Technology Programs. The recommendations cover four critical areas: partnerships, encouraging market demand, international issues, and global climate change roles and responsibilities.

Environmental Business Council Resources Published 1997
This publication identifies 28 organizations, whose primary function is to contribute to the economic development and marketing of environmental technologies.

Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program: Site Characterization and Monitoring Technologies Pilot Published 1999
This fact sheet describes the Site Characterization and Monitoring Technologies (SCMT) Pilot, one of twelve pilots operating under the Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program. The SCMT Pilot conducts verification testing of environmental characterization and monitoring technologies. Commercial-ready technologies are evaluated to provide potential technology users and permitters with an independent and credible assessment of technology performance. One of the end products of the verification process is an Environmental Technology Verification Report (ETVR). The ETVR contains a Verification Statement that is signed by EPA and the Verification Organization.

Guide to Technology Commercialization Assistance for EPA SBIR Program Awardees Published
This commercialization assistance guide presents information on various programs and organizations that offer technical and financial assistance, as well as information and other resources, to small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Innovative Treatment Technology DeveloperÂ’s Guide to Support Services (Fourth Edition) Published 2000
This guide is intended to assist developers of innovative hazardous waste treatment technologies by identifying sources of assistance as they progress through the development, demonstration, and commercialization process. Mirroring the stages of that process and identifying resources appropriate to each stage, the guide will help developers to sort through the maze of resources available to find those that meets their needs.

Profile of Innovative Treatment Technology Providers Published 2000
The purpose of this study is to offer detailed information about the market, financial, and stock market performance over time of a sector of the environmental technology market – companies that offer innovative remediation technology approaches. While successful commercialization of technologies is tied to many factors, this report attempts to provide a realistic backdrop and set of expectations for financial performance for new entrants into that market. This multi-year review highlights the importance of building alliances beyond the market niche of remediation to achieve better financial results. In addition, by reviewing both the successful and the less successful approaches that have been taken, the report suggests strategies for achieving successful commercialization.

Regional Market Opportunities for Innovative Site Cleanup Technologies: Middle Atlantic States Published 1995
Provides an analysis of the regional market for innovative treatment technologies. This report, aimed at developers and vendors of site remediation services, provides information on potential markets for site clean-up technologies and services in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Regional Market Opportunities for Innovative Site Cleanup Technologies: Southeastern States Published
Provides an analysis of the regional market for innovative treatment technologies. This report, aimed at developers and vendors of site remediation services, provides information on potential markets for site clean-up technologies and services in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Technology Innovation News Survey Published 2004
The Technology Innovation News Survey contains market/commercialization information; reports on demonstrations, feasibility studies and research; and other news relevant to the hazardous waste community interested in technology development. This report is updated every two weeks.

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