Predicted Future Market Trends for Air Pollution Control Systems
The global market forecast for Air Pollution Control Systems was released earlier this year, revealing the expected future increase of clean air technologies on a global scale. In 2021, the Global Air Pollution Control System Market estimated to be valued at $60,792.1 Million USD. This number is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 7.5% to $87,254.27 Million USD by 2026. As the global average temperature is expected to increase by more than about 5.4°F by 2050, innovative clean air technologies are needed now more than ever before.
The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Report on global emissions discloses that as of April 4, 2022, “global emissions must top out by 2025 and be cut by 43% by 2030 to have a chance of staying under that 1.5° Celsius [2.7°F] target.” This report also explains that in 2019, emissions were 12% higher than in 2010 and more than 50% higher than in 1990. This means that emissions are at an all-time high and require more help than simply cutting down their production.
Ship & Shore Environmental has been in the clean air technology business for more than 21 years. Our mission has and always will be to continuously contribute to this global investment as a provider of air pollution control systems. The aforementioned predictions for an increased marketplace for these technologies signifies that air quality is being taken more seriously and finding its way into becoming more common discussions by the masses. Emissions have increased and will continue to increase so we must all assume responsibility however we can. The question is: Is there a way to prevent this? Are air pollution control systems a key player in protecting the air we breathe?
Ship & Shore recognizes that air pollution is a global problem that we must continue to address and act upon. Our President and CEO noted to L.A. Biz in 2020, “No matter what one country or one entity does at one place, you will always see it somewhere else. Whatever we do anywhere on this planet, it will eventually affect others somehow.” By contributing as an environmental engineering firm that also manufactures clean air technologies, Ship & Shore hopes for everyone to join this movement to build a world where air quality is a top priority. It is of great concern that emissions are continuing to increase, so it is our top priority to design and engineer air pollution control systems that fit the specific needs of our customers to maximize each system’s ability to destroy pollutants efficiently to protect the air we breathe. Follow our social media channels and blog for more updates on the state of air pollution around the world and how you can join the conversation and contribute towards this movement to build a sustainable future.
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