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Key Challenges and Issues Facing the World Wood Preservative Chemicals Market

October 1, 2008

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World Wood Preservative Chemicals Market

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This report analyzes the US and European markets for Wood Preservative Chemicals in US$ Million. The major End Use segments analyzed for the US and Europe markets are Decking, Landscape Products, Railroad Products, Utility Poles, Fencing, and Others. Also, the report analyzes the US market for Wood Preservative Chemicals for the following segments – Creosote, Pentachlorophenol, CCA, and Others. Annual forecasts are provided for the period of 2001 through 2015. A ten-year historic analysis is also provided for these markets with annual market analytics. The report profiles 71 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Arch Chemicals Inc., Buckman Laboratories International, Inc., KMG Chemicals, Inc., Kop-Coat Incorporated, Osmose, Inc., Rio Tinto Borax, and Viance, LLC. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

 WOOD PRESERVATIVE CHEMICALS MCP-1486  A STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT  CONTENTS  I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS  Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1  Disclaimers I-2  Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2  Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3  Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3  Creosote I-4  Pentachlorophenol (PCP) I-4  Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA) I-4  Others I-4  II. GLOBAL MARKET OVERVIEW  1. Industry Overview II-1  Wood Preservative Chemicals Industry- A Profile II-1  Wood Preservatives - An Evolutionary Scan II-1  Wood Composites to Drive Demand II-1  2. Market Trends & Issues II-2  Transition from Arsenic Structures to Alternatives II-2  Alternative Wood Preservatives Stimulate Demand for MEA II-2  Water Based Treatments: Gaining Momentum II-2  Withdrawal of CCA - Effect on Wood Decking Demand II-2  Wood Coatings Sector to Witness Moderate Growth II-3  Trend Towards Biocide Amalgamation II-3  3. Product Overview II-4  Wood and its Biodeterioration II-4  Organisms Responsible for Wood Decay II-4  Fungi II-4  Termites II-4  Carpenter Ants II-5  Bacteria II-5  Wood-boring Beetles II-5  Marine Borers II-5  Need for Wood Preservation II-5  Wood Preservatives- Life Cycle Analysis II-5  Manufacture of Material II-5  Preservative Formulation II-5  Product Application or Processing II-6  Service Span of Preserved Wood II-6  Treatment of Waste II-6  Recovery or Recycling II-6  Process of Wood Preservation II-6  Pressure Treatment Processes II-6  Full Cell II-6  Modified Full Cell II-6  Empty Cell II-6  Non-Pressure Treatment Processes II-7  Dip Treatment II-7  Surface Treatment II-7  Wood Preservative Chemicals II-7  Waterborne Preservative Chemicals II-7  Major Types II-7  Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA) II-7  Table 1: Chemical Composition of CCA by Type (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-8  Acid Copper Chromate (ACC) II-8  Ammoniacal Copper Arsenate (ACA) II-8  Ammoniacal Copper Zinc Arsenate (ACZA) II-8  Chemonite(R) ACZA II-9  Chromated Zinc Chloride (CZC) II-9  Ammoniacal Copper Quaternary (ACQ-A, B, C) II-9  Amine Copper Quat (ACQ-D) II-9  Copper Azole (CA) II-9  Borates II-9  Ammoniacal Copper Citrate (CC) II-9  Copper Dimethyldithiocarbamate (CDDC) II-9  Dissimilarities between Copper-Based and Borate Preservatives II-9  Consequences of Waterborne Preservative Treatment II-10  Oil borne Preservative Chemicals II-10  Major Types II-10  Creosote II-10  Pentachlorophenol (PCP) II-10  Copper Naphthenate & Zinc Naphthenate II-10  Copper-8-Quinolinolate (Oxine Copper) II-10  Anti Sapstain Wood Treatment Chemicals II-11  Fire Retardants II-11  Prospects for Alternative Chemicals to CCA II-11  Copper-Based Alternatives II-11  ACQ II-11  Copper Azole (CA) II-12  Sodium Borates II-12  Light Organic Solvent Preservatives (LOSPs) II-12  Wood Preservative Treatments II-12  Major Types II-12  Preventive Treatment II-12  Curative Treatment II-12  New Generation of Preservation Treatments for Engineered Wood  Products and Wood-Based Panels II-12  Methods II-13  Glue Line II-13  Integral Treatment II-13  Surface Treatment II-13  Pressure Treatment II-13  4. Select End-Use Applications II-14  Construction & Transportation II-14  Highway Construction II-14  Marine Construction II-14  Railroad Crossties II-14  Telecommunication & Public Utilities II-14  5. Environmental & Regulatory Issues II-15  EPA Prohibits Domestic Use of ACC-Treated Wood II-15  Pressure Treated Wood- Key Concerns II-15  Impact of CCA on the Environment II-16  CCA-Health Hazards II-16  Chromium II-16  Copper II-16  Arsenic II-16  Precautionary Measures II-16  Environmental Concerns Over ACZA Treated Wood II-17  Use of Creosote and Risks Associated II-17  Used Preservative Treated Wood Management II-18  Managing Used Preservative Treated Wood II-18  Options for Managing Used Treated Wood Products II-18  Pentachlorophenol II-19  CCA II-19  Creosote II-19  ACA & ACZA II-19  Others II-19  Managing CCA-Treated Wood Waste II-19  Waste Minimization II-20  Alternative Structural Materials II-20  Methods for Enhancing Product Service Life II-20  Chemical Re-treatment II-20  Supplemental Treatments II-20  Recycling II-20  Retrieval of Untreated Parts of Treated Wood II-20  Wood Cement Composites II-20  Wood Based Composites II-21  Wood Gypsum Composites II-21  Metal Extraction II-21  Disposal II-21  Landfills II-21  Combustion II-22  Ash Disposal II-22  EPA Regulation on Usage of CCA-treated Wood Mulch II-22  Pollution Management In Treatment Plants II-22  Designing of Plants II-22  General Operating Practices for CCA and ACA Preservation  Facilities II-23  Specific Operating Practices II-23  6. Review of Select Markets Worldwide II-24  Canada II-24  Market Snapshots II-24  Review of Wood Treatment Processes II-24  Regulatory Issues II-25  Outlook II-25  China II-25  Market Musings II-25  Table 2: Chinese Wood Preservative Chemicals Market by  End-Use Sector (1991,1995,2005 and 2010) - Percentage  Breakdown of Volume Sales for Construction, Transportation,  Telecommunication & Public Utility and Others (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-26  Historic Perspective II-26  Table 3: Chinese Wood Preservative Chemicals Market (2003):  Percentage Breakdown of Production Volume by  Preservative-Creosote, Chromated Copper Arsenate, Ammoniacal  Copper Arsenate, Pentachlorophenol and Others(includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-27  Japan II-27  Market Snapshots II-27  7. Recent Industry Activity II-28  Arch Chemicals Acquires Koppers-Arch II-28  Rohm and Haas Company and Chemical Specialties Form Joint Venture II-28  Robbins Wood Preserving and Manufacturing Company Acquires  Pine Wood Products II-28  Greenstone Holdings Enters into 5-year Agreement with Bay Tree  Technologies to Supply Green Shield Chemical II-29  KMG Chemicals Expands Pentachlorophenol Plant Production Capacity II-29  KMG Chemicals Purchases PCP Assets of Occidental Chemical II-29  KMG Chemicals Acquires Creosote Business of Trenton II-29  8. Technological Developments & Product Innovations II-30  Osmose Unveils MicroPro Wood Preservative System II-30  PhibroWood Launches Novel Wood Preservative System II-30  TimberSil Renders Eco-Friendly Non-Toxic Treated Wood II-30  CedarCide Develops Deck Dock and Fence II-30  Lapeyre Formulates Wood Treatment Solution II-31  BASF Launches Wood Preservative Protectol CX(TM) Type A II-31  Universal Forest Products Unveils ProWood Micro II-31  Other Innovative Technologies II-31  Vapor Boron Technology (VBT) II-31  MPP Process: A Single-Stage CCA Treatment along with  Fixation Process II-32  9. Focus on Select Global Players II-33  Arch Chemicals, Inc. (USA) II-33  Buckman Laboratories International, Inc. (USA) II-33  KMG Chemicals, Inc. (USA) II-33  Kop-Coat Incorporated (USA) II-33  Osmose, Inc. (USA) II-34  Rio Tinto Borax (USA) II-34  Viance, LLC (USA) II-34  III. MAJOR MARKET REVIEW  1. The United States III-1  A.Market Analysis III-1  Current & Future Analysis III-1  Historical Perspective III-1  Key Trends & Issues III-2  Wood Preservatives Market Elicits Rosy Future III-2  CCA Phase Out -The Aftermath III-2  Water Repellent Technology - A Significant Breakthrough III-2  Emerging Need for New End-Uses III-2  Borates - Emerging Uses in House Frames III-3  Technological Developments and Product Innovations III-3  Osmose Unveils MicroPro Wood Preservative System III-3  Timber Sil Renders Eco-Friendly Non-Toxic Treated Wood III-3  CedarCide Develops Deck Dock and Fence III-3  BASF Launches Wood Preservative Protectol CX(TM) Type A III-4  Universal Forest Products Unveils Pro Wood Micro III-4  Strategic Developments III-4  Key US Players III-7  Arch Chemicals Inc III-7  Buckman Laboratories International, Inc III-7  KMG Chemicals, Inc. III-7  Kop-Coat Incorporated III-8  Osmose, Inc III-8  Rio Tinto Borax III-8  Viance LLC III-9  B.Market Analytics III-9  Table 4: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Wood  Preservative Chemicals by End-Use Application- Decking,  Landscape Products, Railroad Products, Utility Poles,  Fencing and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with  Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2001 through  2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-9  Table 5: US Long-term Projections for Wood Preservative  Chemicals by End-Use Application- Decking, Landscape  Products, Railroad Products, Utility Poles, Fencing and  Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales  Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-10  Table 6: US Historic Review for Wood Preservative Chemicals  by End-Use Application - Decking, Landscape Products,  Railroad Products, Utility Poles, Fencing and Others  Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$  Million for Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) III-10  Table 7: US 15-Year Perspective for Wood Preservative  Chemicals by End-Use Application - Percentage Breakdown of  Dollar Sales for Decking, Landscape Products, Railroad  Products, Utility Poles, Fencing and Others Markets for  1998, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-11  Table 8: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Wood  Preservative Chemicals by Product Segment - Creosote,  Pentachlorophenol, CCA and Others Markets Independently  Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Thousand Metric Tons  for Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) III-12  Table 9: US Long-term Projections for Wood Preservative  Chemicals by Product Segment - Creosote, Pentachlorophenol,  CCA and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual  Sales Figures in Thousand Metric Tons for Years 2011 through  2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-12  Table 10: US Historic Review for Wood Preservative Chemicals  by Product Segment- Creosote, Pentachlorophenol, and Others  Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in  Thousand Metric Tons for Years 1991 through 2000 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) III-13  Table 11: US 15-Year Perspective for Wood Preservative  Chemicals by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of  Volume Sales for Creosote, Pentachlorophenol CCA and Others  Markets for 1998, 2008 & 2010 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) III-13  2. Europe III-14  A.Market Analysis III-14  Market Snapshots III-14  Product Trends III-14  Waterborne Vs Solvent based Preservatives III-15  Anti Sapstain Chemicals Market - An Overview III-15  External Wood Treatment Chemicals- Dating back to the late 90s III-15  Construction: the Major End-Use Market III-16  EU-Wide Ban on Treated Wood- Impact on Overseas Exporters III-16  Current & Future Analysis III-16  Focus on Select Markets III-16  Norway III-16  Sweden III-16  Historic Standpoint III-16  UK III-17  Product Development III-17  B.Market Analytics III-18  Table 12: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis  for Wood Preservative Chemicals by End-Use Application -  Decking, Landscape Products, Railroad Products, Utility  Poles, Fencing and Others Markets Independently Analyzed  with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2001  through 2010 (includescorresponding Graph/Chart) III-18  Table 13: European Long-term Projections for Wood  Preservative Chemicals by End-Use Application - Decking,  Landscape Products, Railroad Products, Utility Poles,  Fencing and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with  Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through  2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-19  Table 14: European Historic Review for Wood Preservative  Chemicals by End-Use Application - Decking, Landscape  Products, Railroad Products, Utility Poles, Fencing and  Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales  Figures in US$ Million for Years 1991 through 2000 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) III-20  Table 15: European 15-Year Perspective for Wood Preservative  Chemicals by End-Use Application - Percentage Breakdown of  Dollar Sales for Decking, Landscape Products, Railroad  Products, Utility Poles, Fencing and Others Markets for  1998, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-21  IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 

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