The global environmental goods and services industry
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1996 - Business & Economics - 42 pages
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Air pollution Air pollution control areas Australia billion in 1992 biotechnology Canada cent of total Chinese Taipei Clean production clean-up cleaner competitive control equipment domestic East and South-East Eastern economic instruments ECOTEC end-of-pipe engineering environment industry environment market environmental agreements Environmental Business Environmental Equipment Environmental Industry environmental market environmental R&D environmental regulation environmental services environmental technologies estimated Europe European exclude clean technologies export Finland foreign France Germany global growing impacts important incentives includes activities providing increasing industry policy innovation investment Italy Land remediation lapan measures monitoring Montreal Protocol Narvesen Netherlands Norway OECD OECD countries OECD Publications P.O. Box Paris pollution abatement privatisation processes procurement recycling reduce renewable energy ronmental segment small firms solid waste solutions Source specialisation supply systems and services Table technologies and products technology development Telefax tion United Kingdom US$2 billion Waste management Water waste minimisation waste-water treatment Water and effluent water and waste-water