Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market - Forecast(2020 - 2025)

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Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market Overview

Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market size is forecast to reach $X.X billion by 2025, after growing at a CAGR of 8.2% during 2020-2025. Bio based products are those products in which the ingredients which were earlier made from fossil fuels are now made from biological products. Typical examples of some biological ingredients are plant oils, soy oil, coconut oil, palm oil, glucose etc. Nowadays enzymes are also used as ingredients of bio-based cleaning products. One of the main reasons for which the market is shifting towards bio-based ingredients is because fossil fuel ingredients are expensive and renewable bio-based ingredients are easy to get.

Report Coverage

The report: “Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market – Forecast (2020-2025)”, by IndustryARC, covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market Industry.
By Source: Corns, Soybeans, Coconut and Others.
By Type: Biochemical, Bio Materials, Bio Fuels and Others.
By Application: Automotive, Textile, Furniture, Building & Construction, Food & Beverage, Cleaning, Personal Care, Gardening and Others.
By Geography: North America, South America, Europe, APAC, and RoW

Key Takeaways

  • New product developments and increasing investments in research and development of bio-based cleaning products are expected to drive the growth of this market.
  • Bio-based cleaning products are ecofriendly and recyclable and they don’t easily pollute the environment. 
  • Asia Pacific dominated the bio-based cleaning products market.

By Source - Segment Analysis

Corn segment held a significant share in bio-based cleaning products market in 2019. Bio-based cleaners are derived from agricultural products such as corn, soybeans, and even coconuts. Palm kernel oil derivatives are used as surfactants in detergents to ensure an adequate cleaning functionality as they attack and remove the dirt. Only two vegetable feedstocks i.e. coconut and palm oil have the chemical structure equivalent to petrochemicals for the manufacture of surfactants for detergents. Soy-based cleaning products are degreasers and solvents able to remove surface coatings such as soap scum, grease, urethanes, and epoxies. 

By Type - Segment Analysis

Bio Fuels segment held a significant share in bio-based cleaning products market in 2019. Biofuels are one of the largest sources of renewable energy in use today. In the transport sector, they are blended with existing fuels such as gasoline and diesel. More than 97% of gasoline in the United States contains some ethanol, a renewable, domestically produced fuel made from different plant materials. Ethanol is typically blended with gasoline to increase octane and cut down on air pollution. It also plays a role in reducing our dependence on imported oil, extending the supply of U.S. gasoline, and stimulating the economy. The aviation industry is also taking biofuels to new heights. Most major airlines are now blending renewable fuels into many routine commercial flights. Government and industry initiatives like Farm to Fly 2.0 aim to increase the U.S. supply of these drop-in biofuels that could help reduce costs for airlines.

By Application - Segment Analysis

Personal Care segment held a significant share in bio-based cleaning products market in 2019 growing at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period. Biobased feedstocks can be used to produce a range of personal care products, such as skin cream, shampoo, mascara, and more. For example, the acetone in nail polish remover can be produced by fermenting plant sugars, while the palmitic acid that gives hair glossy shine after condition is one of the most common saturated fatty acids found in microorganisms and plants. Public demand has renewed industry interest in biobased cosmetics, and innovations in biotechnology are making these products cheaper and more efficient to manufacture. 

The coronavirus pandemic has had a mixed impact on the bio-based sector, with some businesses helping with technological solutions to help fight the outbreak, while others appear to see growing demand for products like biodegradable takeaway packaging. However, in general, many production lines have closed because of the crisis. Italy-based fiber manufacturer Aquafil produces ocean plastic-based nylon via its Econyl brand in China and is one bio-based firm that has kept production lines running despite the Covid-19 outbreak.

Geography- Segment Analysis

Asia Pacific dominated the bio-based cleaning products market with a share of more than XX%, followed by North America and Europe.  Sourcing of renewable resources is a key factor for sustainability and a positive impact on climate and environment. Especially the use of palm and coconut oil, both important ingredients – is criticized. The world’s largest producers of palm oil are in Indonesia and Malaysia. Around 20 percent of the annual worldwide palm oil production qualifies as sustainable. Initiatives like the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil advocate the increased use of certified and sustainable palm oil. In US, the Obama administration opened a program called “National Bio economy Blueprint” in 2012 and the program focused on research and development, growth of bio-based product market, public and private partnership in the industry sector etc.

Drivers – Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market

Less harmful to human health and environment

Bio-based environmental products are less harmful on the human health and the environment. The bio-based cleaning products market is set to grow in the future since there is a lot of consumer awareness compared to the past and several countries are supporting bio-based products as well. Since products are made from biomass hence it causes less demand for already depleting fossil fuels whose costs are high. 

The second reason could be that the global countries are moving towards environmental consciousness like the Kyoto protocol and Montreal Protocol where all the countries pledged that they would reduce their carbon footprint in the world and use ecofriendly products and support for bio-based cleaning products. Also, nowadays consumers are also demanding cleaning products whose ingredients are made from biomass and they are also becoming more environmental conscious. Also, fossil fuels are non-renewable and once finished they cannot be replenished. Bio based cleaning products can be recycled and hence they can be used in the place of metals and minerals.

Challenges – Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market 

High cost

There are a couple of notable disadvantages to using eco-friendly products for cleaning. Of these, cost is probably the biggest reason people continue to stick with the standard products. Products that utilize safe, natural ingredients sometimes cost more than those featuring mass-produced chemicals. Still, prices are gradually coming down as new manufacturer’s spring up to fill the demand consumers have for safer cleaning agents. 

Market Landscape

Technology launches, acquisitions and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the bio-based cleaning products market. In 2019, the market of bio-based cleaning products has been consolidated by the top five players accounting for xx% of the share. Major players in the bio-based cleaning products market are Chempace Corporation, Chardon Laboratories, Inc., Dura Chem Inc., Alpha Chemical services Inc., Unilever, The Clorox Company and Natural Products Inc. among others.

Product Launch/ Acquisition

  • In July 2016, SC Johnson has signed an agreement to acquire Babyganics, a rapidly growing baby brand providing household and personal care products for the growing family.
1. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market - Overview
1.1. Definitions and Scope
2. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market - Executive summary
2.1. Market Revenue, Market Size and Key Trends by Company
2.2. Key Trends by type of Application
2.3. Key Trends segmented by Geography
3. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market 
3.1. Comparative analysis
3.1.1. Product Benchmarking - Top 10 companies
3.1.2. Top 5 Financials Analysis
3.1.3. Market Value split by Top 10 companies
3.1.4. Patent Analysis - Top 10 companies
3.1.5. Pricing Analysis 
4. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market – Startup companies Scenario Premium
4.1. Top 10 startup company Analysis by
4.1.1. Investment
4.1.2. Revenue
4.1.3. Market Shares
4.1.4. Market Size and Application Analysis
4.1.5. Venture Capital and Funding Scenario
5. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market – Industry Market Entry Scenario Premium
5.1. Regulatory Framework Overview
5.2. New Business and Ease of Doing business index
5.3. Case studies of successful ventures
5.4. Customer Analysis – Top 10 companies
6. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market Forces
6.1. Drivers
6.2. Constraints
6.3. Challenges
6.4. Porters five force model
6.4.1. Bargaining power of suppliers
6.4.2. Bargaining powers of customers
6.4.3. Threat of new entrants
6.4.4. Rivalry among existing players
6.4.5. Threat of substitutes 
7. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market - Strategic analysis
7.1. Value chain analysis
7.2. Opportunities analysis
7.3. Product life cycle
7.4. Suppliers and distributors Market Share
8. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market – By Source (Market Size -$Million / $Billion)
8.1. Market Size and Market Share Analysis 
8.2. Application Revenue and Trend Research
8.3. Product Segment Analysis
8.3.1. Corns
8.3.2. Soybeans
8.3.3. Coconut
9. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market – By Type (Market Size -$Million / $Billion)
9.1. Biochemical
9.2. Bio Materials
9.3. Bio Fuels
10. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market – By Application (Market Size -$Million / $Billion)
10.1. Automotive
10.2. Textile
10.3. Furniture
10.4. Building and Construction
10.5. Food and Beverage
10.6. Cleaning
10.7. Gardening
10.8. Others
11. Bio-Based Cleaning Products - By Geography (Market Size -$Million / $Billion)
11.1. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market - North America Segment Research
11.2. North America Market Research (Million / $Billion)
11.2.1. Segment type Size and Market Size Analysis 
11.2.2. Revenue and Trends
11.2.3. Application Revenue and Trends by type of Application
11.2.4. Company Revenue and Product Analysis
11.2.5. North America Product type and Application Market Size
11.2.5.1. U.S.
11.2.5.2. Canada 
11.2.5.3. Mexico 
11.2.5.4. Rest of North America
11.3. Bio-Based Cleaning Products - South America Segment Research
11.4. South America Market Research (Market Size -$Million / $Billion)
11.4.1. Segment type Size and Market Size Analysis 
11.4.2. Revenue and Trends
11.4.3. Application Revenue and Trends by type of Application
11.4.4. Company Revenue and Product Analysis
11.4.5. South America Product type and Application Market Size
11.4.5.1. Brazil  
11.4.5.2. Venezuela
11.4.5.3. Argentina
11.4.5.4. Ecuador
11.4.5.5. Peru
11.4.5.6. Colombia 
11.4.5.7. Costa Rica
11.4.5.8. Rest of South America
11.5. Bio-Based Cleaning Products - Europe Segment Research
11.6. Europe Market Research (Market Size -$Million / $Billion)
11.6.1. Segment type Size and Market Size Analysis 
11.6.2. Revenue and Trends
11.6.3. Application Revenue and Trends by type of Application
11.6.4. Company Revenue and Product Analysis
11.6.5. Europe Segment Product type and Application Market Size
11.6.5.1. U.K  
11.6.5.2. Germany 
11.6.5.3. Italy 
11.6.5.4. France
11.6.5.5. Netherlands
11.6.5.6. Belgium
11.6.5.7. Spain
11.6.5.8. Denmark
11.6.5.9. Rest of Europe
11.7. Bio-Based Cleaning Products – APAC Segment Research
11.8. APAC Market Research (Market Size -$Million / $Billion)
11.8.1. Segment type Size and Market Size Analysis 
11.8.2. Revenue and Trends
11.8.3. Application Revenue and Trends by type of Application
11.8.4. Company Revenue and Product Analysis
11.8.5. APAC Segment – Product type and Application Market Size
11.8.5.1. China 
11.8.5.2. Australia
11.8.5.3. Japan 
11.8.5.4. South Korea
11.8.5.5. India
11.8.5.6. Taiwan
11.8.5.7. Malaysia
12. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market - Entropy
12.1. New product launches
12.2. M&A's, collaborations, JVs and partnerships
13. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market – Industry / Segment Competition landscape Premium
13.1. Market Share Analysis
13.1.1. Market Share by Country- Top companies
13.1.2. Market Share by Region- Top 10 companies
13.1.3. Market Share by type of Application – Top 10 companies
13.1.4. Market Share by type of Product / Product category- Top 10 companies
13.1.5. Market Share at global level- Top 10 companies
13.1.6. Best Practises for companies
14. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market – Key Company List by Country Premium
15. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market Company Analysis
15.1. Market Share, Company Revenue, Products, M&A, Developments
15.2. Chempace Corporation
15.3. Chardon Laboratories Inc.
15.4. Dura Chem Inc.
15.5. Alpha Chemical services Inc.
15.6. Company 5
15.7. Company 6
15.8. Company 7
15.9. Company 8
15.10. Company 9
15.11. Company 10 and more
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"
16. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market - Appendix
16.1. Abbreviations
16.2. Sources
17. Bio-Based Cleaning Products Market - Methodology
17.1. Research Methodology
17.1.1. Company Expert Interviews
17.1.2. Industry Databases
17.1.3. Associations
17.1.4. Company News
17.1.5. Company Annual Reports
17.1.6. Application Trends
17.1.7. New Products and Product database
17.1.8. Company Transcripts
17.1.9. R&D Trends
17.1.10. Key Opinion Leaders Interviews
17.1.11. Supply and Demand Trends