Global Wood Preservative Chemicals and Coatings Active Ingredients Market : APAC Region to Cross US$ 24 Mn by 2025

Global Wood Preservative Chemicals and Coatings Active Ingredients Market : APAC Region to Cross US$ 24 Mn by 2025

Development of eco-friendly active ingredients for wood preservative chemicals such as azoles, IPBC, permethrin etc. is one of the key strategies adopted by wood preservative chemicals and coatings active ingredient manufacturers. The analysts of Persistence Market Research have recently published a new report on this market titled “Wood Preservative Chemicals and Coatings Active Ingredient Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast, 2017-2025.” According to this report, APAC and North America were dominant markets in 2016 in terms of consumption. In the coming years, China is likely to emerge as a key production as well as consumption base in the global wood preservative chemicals and coatings active ingredient market. Manufacturers in this market are involved in the research and development of environmentally friendly active ingredients.

The analysts have observed that North America and APAC are expected to remain key regions in the global wood preservative chemicals and coatings active ingredient market from the demand side throughout the forecast period. Significant market potential also exists in the growing markets of China, Germany and the U.S.

In the United States, Federal and State regulations establish standards that one must meet before one can legally use certain pesticides. Federal regulations administered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have registered the sale and use of certain preservatives to ensure that only properly trained applicators have access to them. Wood preservatives affected by these regulations are creosote, pentachlorophenol and inorganic arsenicals. In Europe, all the pesticides must be stored in a tightly closed original container and in a safe place. All the chemicals must be stored in a dry and well-ventilated locked area. They must be kept in sealed containers whenever possible. Various treating plants discharge wastes into approved municipal sewer systems for processing with municipal wastes. Many plants use closed chemical and wastewater recovery systems to contain wastes that can be harmful.

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