ReportsnReports.com has added two new reports titled “China Carbon-Carbon Composite Material Industry" and “World Activated Carbon to 2016" to its report offering.
The first report provides detailed information on the Carbon-Carbon composite material industry in China and coves industry classifications, the structure of industry supply chain, applications of the materials, Chinese market analysis, international market analysis, industry specific policies of the Chinese government, macroeconomic factors influencing the industry, manufacturing processes and product cost structure and specifications.
A list of manufacturers of carbon and carbon composite materials along with data on production capacity and market share is included. The past data and future expectations for production capacity from the period 2009 to 2013 are included in the report. The report also offers insight into the raw material requirements and marketing channels adopted. It concludes with a SWOT analysis of the industry and development trends.
The report on World Activated Carbon market predicts an increase in worldwide demand for activated carbon by an annual rate exceeding 10% by 2016. The key drivers of such high growth of 1.9 million metric tons are regulatory changes in the United States and China’s agenda as per its twelfth Five-year Plan. China’s new Five-year Plan will focus on water treatment as China’s population grows increasingly wary of tap-water. Because of this, demand for activated carbon, an important part of water treatment technology, is expected to rise. Activated carbon is also to be employed in excess to average consumption in tackling industrial air pollution. In the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has enforced new Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) in 2011 which stipulate that mercury emission from industrial establishments be reduced drastically.
Activated carbon is a known economical facilitator of emission reduction and hence will be very much in demand. The two most popular types of activated carbon, namely, granular activated carbon (GAC) and powdered activated carbon (PAC) are expected to constitute a majority of worldwide sales.