Essay

Incineration is termed as a thermal method of waste disposal which is applied in controlling the emission of volatile organic compounds especially in industries. This method involves burning the organic compounds in very high temperatures so that these compounds are converted into residue instead of being emitted to the environment as pollutants. The adsorption system for the control of volatile organic substances on the other hand is a method that uses absorbers such as carbon and zeolite which adsorbs the volatile compound within their inner surface to prevent them form reaching the environment as described by Opperman & Brown (2001). Moreover, the absorbers react chemically with the volatile organic substances hence they are able to hold the compounds more strongly to prevent them from being released to the atmosphere. Bio-filtration is a technology used to control emission of Volatile organic compounds by mineralizing the substances. According to Saxena & Samaddar (2010), bio-filters are used to control the release of harmful substances into the atmosphere. Each of these methods of VOC control has advantages and disadvantages as explained below.

Originally posted 2016-10-25 09:59:48.

Market/Industry Analysis – Size and growth trend

Market Segmentation – How is the demand for your product segmented, i.e., what variables differentiate purchase motivations and behaviors?
Target Marketing
1. To which of these segment(s) is your brand targeted?
2. Characterize the typical buyer of your branded product.
3. Explain/justify this characterization.
Competition
1. Identify and comparatively evaluate your brand’s top two/three competitors.
2. Perceived differences between/among brands
Relevant External Factors
1. Economic Conditions
2. Social and cultural trends
3. Technology
4. Resources – Availability/Non-marketing Cost
5. Political/Legal Environment

Originally posted 2016-10-25 09:59:48.