Solid Waste Management Market by Types, Application and Key Companies Profile in a Latest Research

Selbyville, Delaware, United States, October 7 2020 (Wiredrelease) Global Market Insights, Inc –:The global solid waste management market is likely to register a substantial growth rate in the forthcoming years. Solid waste management is a term which is used to refer to the process of collecting as well as treating solid wastes. It also provides solutions for recycling items which do not belong to trash or garbage. Waste management is about how solid waste could be used as a valuable resource.

Based on the waste spectrum, solid waste management market is classified as municipal solid waste and industrial solid waste. Some of the solid waste collected by the municipal services include, wastes from parks and beaches, street cleaning, landscaping wastes, wastes from recreational areas, and wastewater treatment.

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The municipal solid waste management market size will witness appreciable growth on account of rising consumer spending toward manufactured goods coupled with increasing level of urban population.

Industries produce solid waste in the form of packaging wastes, medical wastes, food wastes, housekeeping wastes, demolition materials, hazardous wastes and special wastes. Industrial solid waste management market is set to witness substantial growth on account of increasing investments toward the development of new industrial centers and manufacturing facilities.

With respect to treatment landscape, the market is classified into open dumping and disposal. Open dumping is the improper disposal of any waste which includes garbage, trash, tires, appliances, household trash, or any such material that might rot, rust or burn.

Open dumping market is set to decline owing to the increasing concerns toward public health along with growing adoption of various stringent environmental mandates.

Solid waste management market from disposal will witness strong growth on account of increasing investments toward the adoption of advanced waste disposal technologies along with the introduction of regulations obligating the stakeholders to follow effective waste disposal practices.

Based on material landscape, the market is bifurcated into paper & paperboard, metals, plastics, food, glass and others. Solid waste management market from metal is anticipated to grow on account of rising concerns toward curbing the chemical seepage from metal surfaces upon oxidation.

Furthermore, waste management market from glass is likely to witness growth owing to rising health concerns associated with improper disposal of glass waste. Glass is 100% recyclable and can be recycled continuously without loss in purity or quality. It is generally made from readily available domestic materials like soda ash, limestone, sand, making glass waste management considerably feasible.

From a regional frame of reference, Europe solid waste management market will witness strong growth on account of rising focus toward the adoption of advanced waste treatment technologies. In central Europe several efforts are being directed towards the region’s contaminated rivers by endocrine disruptors.

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Converting solid waste into energy is the process of generating energy in the form of heat or electricity from the primary treatment of waste. Middle East & Africa market will grow on account of rising focus toward the utilization of waste as a clean energy generation source.


Chapter 3 Global Solid Waste Management Industry Insights

3.1 Industry segmentation

3.2 Industry landscape, 2015 – 2026 (USD Billion)

3.3    Industry ecosystem analysis

3.3.1 Vendor matrix

3.4    Innovation & technology landscape

3.4.1 Waste Management, Inc

3.4.2 SUEZ

3.4.3    Veolia

3.4.4    Plasco Conversion Systems

3.5    Regulatory landscape

3.5.1 National waste management regulatory landscape

3.5.2 Urban waste management regulatory landscape

3.5.3    U.S. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965    Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984 (HSWA)

3.5.4    Europe Environment Action Programme to 2020

3.5.5    Singapore

3.5.6    Philippines Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000 (RA 9003)

3.5.7    India

3.5.8    Indonesia Municipal Solid Waste law National Industrial Policy and Environmental Protection and Management law

3.5.9    China Renewable Energy Law

3.5.10    Japan Waste Management And Public Cleansing Law

3.5.11    South Korea Wastes Control Act Act on Promotion of Saving and Recycling of Resources

3.6    Commercial Status of WTE Plants

3.7    Price trend analysis

3.8    Gate /Tipping Fee

3.8.1 Landfill gate fee for U.S.

3.9    Feed in tariff

3.10    Industry impact forces

3.10.1 Growth drivers North America Ongoing adoption of sustainable waste management practices Europe Adoption of advanced waste treatment & disposal technologies    Asia Pacific Utilization of waste as a source of renewable energy Adoption of stringent mandates & cost recovery mechanisms    Middle East & Afrcia and Latin America Growing concerns toward public health Increasing resource value of waste

3.10.2 Industry pitfalls and challenges Limited availability of an effective SWM regulatory framework

3.11    Porter’s analysis

3.12    Competitive landscape, 2019

3.12.1 Strategy dashboard Veolia Waste Connections    Clean Harbors    Waste Management, Inc.

3.13    PESTEL analysis

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