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International Conventional Pollutants Division
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 About the Division 
There is a growing potential for international market in conventional air pollution control created by:
  1. Sustained growth in coal-fired power plants and industrial facilities world-wide
  2. Increasing rigor in being seen in some national environmental programs
Multiple legal frameworks, cultural impediments, & hard to track/rapidly shifting governmental policies make work outside the U.S. challenging. ICAC can serve as an information resource to help members tackle some of these challenges in key international markets.



 Division Activities 


Activities of the International Conventional Pollutants division include: 

  • Global Coal Build Report
  • Webinars from experts in doing business abroad in the environmental technology markets
  • Regulatory summaries on select countries


 Division Resources 


U.S. Commercial Service Export Assistance:


How to Export - A comprehensive video collection from the U.S. Commercial Service to help businesses become better equipped to enter the export world.


E-Commerce - Learn about digital commerce and best practices to sell more online, overseas.


Export Education - Learn how to develop an export strategy. 


Finding Foreign Markets- Determine which overseas market is best for your product.


Legal Considerations - Be aware of legal considerations as you engage your business with new partners or overseas markets. 


Logistics - Understand the logistics of shipping, including the distribution changes driven by eCommerce. 


Financial Considerations - How to effectively get paid by your foreign customers. 


Product Preparation - Learn how to comply with U.S. and foreign government regulations before you export. 


Services for U.S. Exporters - Learn about U.S. government programs and services designed to directly help U.S. small and medium sized businesses succeed in the global marketplace.


Plan and Assess - Develop your international business strategy. 


Promote and Expand - Increase your brand awareness and product exposure worldwide. Find and establish relationships with potential business partners overseas. 


Locations - Find a U.S. Commercial Service office (108 domestic offices and more than 80 offices overseas). 


Market Intelligence - Before you export, learn your product's potential in a given market, the market's business practices, and best prospects for success.


Trade Leads - Find the latest export opportunities and government tenders in overseas markets. 


Export Guides - The most up-to-date global trade information for your business. Get started with the export basics. 


Trade Data & Analysis - A variety of databases and tools detailing international trade statistics.

Other International Market Information:


IEA Clean Coal Centre Report: "Emerging Markets for Pollution Control Retrofits (January 2017) - Legislation is being implemented around the world to reduce emissions of pollutants from coal-fired power plants. This report summarizes the potential markets for emissions control noting the areas for potential growth, such as China, Poland, India and Indonesia.


European Power Plant Suppliers Association (EPPSA) Technical Brochures


Upcoming Trade Events Worldwide - Search for trade events around the world by country, industry, event type, and date. 


Market Factors: World Data - View the latest charts and graphics on data relevant to the air pollution control industry.


U.S. Export Assistance Center - The U.S. Commercial Service has a network of export and industry specialists located in more than 100 U.S. cities and over 80 countries worldwide, providing counseling and a variety of services to assist small to mid-sized U.S. businesses export their products and services. 


International Trade Administration's Country Commercial Guides - Market conditions, opportunities, regulations and business customs for over 125 countries prepared by trade and industry experts at U.S. embassies worldwide.


2017 International Trade Administration's Top Markets Report for Environmental Technologies - The International Trade Administration's annual report helping exporters determine their next export opportunity. The report provides a detailed assessment of the competitive landscape within a sector, as well as the opportunities and challenges facing U.S. exports in key markets.


U.S. Trade Representative's National Trade Estimate Report - Annual report highlighting the significant foreign barriers to U.S. exporters.


Information About Organizing a Certified Trade Mission with the U.S. Government

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