Impact of Urbanization on Waste Management in Southeast Asia

Impact of Urbanization on Waste Management in Southeast Asia

Focus to Shift from Conventional Treatment to Waste Minimization Solutions

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26-Aug-2016
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: P8E3-01-00-00-00
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Asia-Pacific (APAC) is expected to be an emerging region with double-digit annual growth in the waste management (WM) market through 2020. While most developing countries in APAC have underdeveloped WM structure, market potential is high because of growing waste volumes, increasing waste complexity, and development of new business models. Countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam are experiencing fast growth of densely populated areas with large-scale industrialization. Therefore, solid WM services are witnessing a huge interest with diversion of waste from landfills to recycling and incineration. This study provides an overview of developments in the WM market and the impact of urbanization on WM.

Table of Contents

Aims and Objectives

Definitions

  • Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)
  • Industrial Solid Waste (ISW)
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Collection and Sorting
  • Recycling
  • Others

Urbanization—A Global Trend

Urbanization in Southeast Asia

Urbanization Mega Trends in Southeast Asia

Municipal Solid Waste Composition

Indonesia

Malaysia

The Philippines

Singapore

Thailand

Implications Overview

Volume of Waste Generated

Complexity of Waste Type and Treatment

Emerging Solutions and Technologies

Case Study—Singapore: From Land Scarcity to Zero Waste

Key Takeaways—Singapore: From Land Scarcity to Zero Waste

Regulations and Policies

Proliferation of Skilled Workforce

New Business Models

Value Chain Convergence with Other Industries

Innovating to Zero

Case Study—City of Alaminos: Journey to Zero Waste

Key Takeaways—City of Alaminos: Journey to Zero Waste

The Three Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Figures
  • 1. Urban Population Count, Southeast Asia, 2010, 2015 and 2030
List of Charts
  • 1. Multidimensional Effects of Urbanization, Southeast Asia, 2015
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Asia-Pacific (APAC) is expected to be an emerging region with double-digit annual growth in the waste management (WM) market through 2020. While most developing countries in APAC have underdeveloped WM structure, market potential is high because of growing waste volumes, increasing waste complexity, and development of new business models. Countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam are experiencing fast growth of densely populated areas with large-scale industrialization. Therefore, solid WM services are witnessing a huge interest with diversion of waste from landfills to recycling and incineration. This study provides an overview of developments in the WM market and the impact of urbanization on WM.
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || Aims and Objectives~ || Definitions~ ||| Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)~ ||| Industrial Solid Waste (ISW)~ ||| Hazardous Waste~ ||| Collection and Sorting~ ||| Recycling~ ||| Others~ | Urbanization Mega Trends in Southeast Asia~ || Urbanization—A Global Trend~ || Urbanization in Southeast Asia~ || Urbanization Mega Trends in Southeast Asia~ | Current Waste Management Scenario~ || Municipal Solid Waste Composition~ || Indonesia~ || Malaysia~ || The Philippines~ || Singapore~ || Thailand~ | Implications of Urbanization on Waste Management~ || Implications Overview~ || Volume of Waste Generated~ || Complexity of Waste Type and Treatment~ || Emerging Solutions and Technologies~ || Case Study—Singapore: From Land Scarcity to Zero Waste~ || Key Takeaways—Singapore: From Land Scarcity to Zero Waste~ || Regulations and Policies~ || Proliferation of Skilled Workforce~ || New Business Models~ || Value Chain Convergence with Other Industries~ || Innovating to Zero~ || Case Study—City of Alaminos: Journey to Zero Waste~ || Key Takeaways—City of Alaminos: Journey to Zero Waste~ | Conclusion~ || The Three Big Predictions~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | The Frost & Sullivan Story~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Urban Population Count, Southeast Asia, 2010, 2015 and 2030~| 1. Multidimensional Effects of Urbanization, Southeast Asia, 2015~
Author Sania Iqbal
Industries Environment
WIP Number P8E3-01-00-00-00
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