The global Infection Control Market is forecast to reach USD 60.66 Billion by 2030, according to a new report by Reports and Data.
The majority of the chemical disinfectants currently on the market are toxic. Sodium hypochlorite, for example, is an effective treatment against blood-borne pathogens but is also highly corrosive and a respiratory irritant, making it hazardous to cleaning personnel and building occupants and toxic when released into the environment. The improper use of these disinfectants can endanger the environment and harm patients who are exposed to them. Disinfectants sold in the United States must be registered with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which categorizes them as pesticides; they are governed by the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). There is currently no green certificate available for disinfectants on the market.
Top Companies: Getinge AB, Steris PLC, Advanced Sterilization Products, Belimed AG, 3M Company, MMM Group, Ecolab, Inc., Matachana Group, Miele Group, and Pal International.
For example, during the pandemic, the production of sanitizer products increased by 60% in the United States alone. This demonstrates the potential for infection control products to grow in the coming years. Increased outsourcing of sterilization services and the introduction of advanced sterilization solutions are also contributing to the growth of the infection control market. The increasing number of government initiatives aimed at ensuring high levels of infection prevention is expected to be a significant growth driver.
Market Segmentation Outlook:
Product Type Outlook:
- Sterilization Equipment
- Heat Sterilization
- Low-Temperature Sterilization
- Radiation Sterilization
- Filtration Sterilization
- Liquid Sterilization
- Cleaning and Disinfectants Products
- Protective Barriers
- Medical Nonwovens
- Covers and Closures
- Endoscope Reprocessing Products
- Endoscope Reprocessing Consumables
- Endoscope Reprocessing Equipment
- Infectious Waste Disposal
- Sterilization Consumables
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Hospital & Clinics
- Life Science
- Medical Device