Waste Management and Waste to Value is a sector that highlights the importance of waste recycling, energy and materials recovery and zero-waste economy. In recent years, “Smart-The new green" (a key mega trend) has been driving the waste management market significantly. Evolution of smart cities is creating growth opportunities for smart waste management, thereby increasing the efficiency of waste collection and treatment.
Frost and Sullivan's "Waste management and Waste to value" program is one of the most dynamic areas focusing on analyzing growth opportunities for its clients in market segments across key verticals of technology, solutions and services. This program area will be central across a myriad of interesting segments like Food waste, Municipal waste, Hazardous waste, Waste to Energy, Commercial and industrial waste, Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and Construction and Demolition waste (C&D). The syndicated reports published on these topics will include market insights, technological trends, competitive analysis and bench marking and market sizing for the period of 5 to 7 years. This type of value-added deliverables will provide a better understanding of the market.
23 Mar 2020  |  North America
Class A biosolids Set for Marked Growth as Municipalities Push Sustainable Practices
Class A biosolids management and processing technologies that deliver efficiencies and volume reduction are set to enjoy strong growth in the coming years due to the capacity constraints seen in landfilling and incineration. A societal push toward sustainable practices limits the expansion of landfills and sewage sludge incinerators. As a result, o...
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30 Mar 2020  |  Global
Innovative Technologies for the Recovery and Reuse of Valuable Metals from End-of-Life Lithium-ion Batteries
Policy level initiatives to meet greenhouse gas emission reduction targets and the drive to improve the air quality in urban cities are expected to keep supporting the sales growth in electric vehicles across the globe, which has already crossed 2 million units in 2019. Further, the consequent increase in spent lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) is likel...
30 Mar 2020  |  Global
Regulatory Pressure and Strategic Motivations Drive the Adoption of Carbon Emissions Mitigation Technologies Across Industries
The amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) generated and emitted into the atmosphere continues to rise as a direct result of a series of complex interactions including population growth, improved standards of living, and expanding economies, and this is clearly demonstrated by both the increasing absolute level and the annual rate of increase in atmospheri...
30 Jun 2020  |  Global
Advancements in Artificial Photosynthesis Processes that Enable Clean Energy Generation
The gap between energy demand and supply is one of the major global challenges and simultaneously, the replacement of coal, oil and natural gas with carbon dioxide lean or neutral fuels has also become very crucial . The development of technologies accelerating renewable and sustainable energy generation provides alternatives to the current fuel s...
30 Jul 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates Drive Rapid Growth in the Region, Backed by High Waste Volumes, Government Initiatives and Low Recycling Rates
Municipal waste management has become a significant concern amongst the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. The total municipal solid waste (MSW) generated in the region is expected to reach as high as 127.5 million megatonnes (MT) in 2020. The existing landfilling strategies in the GCC region will not suffice to handle such a high volume of ...
03 May 2017  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Decentralised Smart Solutions to Increase Formal Recycling
Waste recycling is the key focus area within the waste management services market in India. Increasing population, growing consumerism, and high use of electrical and electronic equipment are increasing waste volumes across different type of waste streams. The lack of proper source segregation of waste hinders the potential of waste recycling. With...
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14 Oct 2020  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
A Manifold Increase is Anticipated in the Share of the Organised Sector as the Current Capacity Addresses Just about 25% of the Market
The eWaste management market in India is expected to offer major opportunities for existing as well as new participants in the market. With current levels of installed capacity catering just to 25% of the total e-waste generated in 2019, capacity additions are highly likely during the study period. Frost & Sullivan predicts that the market will tou...
14 Oct 2020  |  North America
Growth Opportunities in the Medical Waste Management Market in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific, Forecast to 2024
Regulation, Technology, and Service Opportunities Set to Reinvigorate Market Growth
The landscape for medical waste management across North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific is in a time of uncertainty and turbulence. The COVID-19 global pandemic has brought a glut of medical waste, but at the same time, the postponement or cancellation of medical appointments and elective surgeries has tempered the impact in terms of absolute vol...
18 Dec 2020  |  North America
A Year of Continuing Digitalization, Ambitious Sustainability Goals, and Innovative Technologies Is Tempered by Reaction to the COVID-19 Pandemic
A sustainable future requires a holistic approach across the entire waste management system. Responding quickly to market fluctuations, redefining growth, investing in innovative solutions and technologies, and focusing on long-term benefits can turn market challenges into business opportunities. Sustainability-minded enterprises and consumers are...
23 Dec 2020  |  Global
Technology development focusing on sustainable degradation pathways for managing plastic waste
The omnipresent influence of plastics in modern lifestyle has led to the production of about 300 million tons of fossil fuel-based plastics annually, according to the UN. About half of the total plastics produced till date are thrown away after a single use, and about 60% of the waste ends up in landfills or accumulates in the environment. It is pr...