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.
01 Feb 2017  |  Global
Sustainability-related Targets and Smart Applications Trigger Innovative Business Models for Resource Recovery
This outlook study provides an overall update on the global waste recycling market in 2017, covering the municipal solid waste, industrial non-hazardous waste, waste of electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), and construction and demolition (C&D) waste. It predicts that the global market revenue is likely to increase from $247.48 billion to $26...
14 Mar 2017  |  Europe
The European Union’s 2020 Renewable Energy Target Will Favour the WTE Market
Europe has traditionally been the major market for Waste to Energy technologies. It has always seen a strong and steady growth of Waste to Energy treatment capacities for the last ten years. Circular Economy and EU legislation are the two major factors that have been triggering the market. Although the European Waste To Energy market is set to grow...
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20 Apr 2017  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Wastewater Recycling and Reuse Systems to Drive the Demand in the Municipal Segment
The growing acceptance of recycled wastewater in the industrial and non-potable applications is expected to drive the demand for wastewater recycling and reuse systems in the municipal segment. The study aims to analyse and forecast the Indian urban wastewater market outlook and technology trends up to 2020. Research Scope: • Study Period – 2...
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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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22 Nov 2017  |  Global
Emission Control Technologies will Play a Significant Role in Improving Air Quality and Promoting Carbon Neutral Cities
In a global scenario where urbanization increases the congestion of vehicles on the roads, which in turn increases the pressure on the environment, in particular to air pollution, necessitates the use of environmentally friendly vehicles in cities. Emissions Control Technologies (ECTs) can enable to reduce harmful emissions from vehicular exhaust g...
27 Dec 2017  |  Global
Technologies Designed for Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse Enable Industries to Reduce Fresh Water Consumption
In the view of increasing industries and the limited availability of water resources for various operations in the industries, there is a rising need to adopt sustainable water management practices by water-hungry industries. The way forward to develop sustainability, by reducing the dependency on external resources for water, is to adopt wastewate...
29 Dec 2017  |  Global
Hazardous Waste Recycling Will Have A Significant Contribution to Mitigate Environmental Risks in Developing Nations
Hazardous waste is generated from various industries such as those involving chemicals, healthcare, construction, nuclear power generation, agriculture, textile, and so on. Such hazardous waste stream comprises of valuable resources that can be potentially recycled, recovered and reused. Predominantly, hazardous waste is being managed b...
23 Jan 2018  |  Global
Capitalizing on Opportunities in the Emerging Digital Economy
Digital transformation has become the new era of business, a ladder in the industrial evolution enabled by the extensive use of smart technologies. In recent years, digital disruptions have been transforming businesses and operating models, reshaping the market potential for companies and, in certain cases, completely changing the frame of an indus...
27 Apr 2018  |  Global
Principles of Sustainability, Innovative Business Models, and Disruptive Technologies to Change the Landscape of Waste Recycling Market
Principles of sustainability, innovative business models, and disruptive technologies are likely to change the landscape of waste recycling market. This outlook study provides an overall update on the global waste recycling market in 2018, covering the municipal solid waste, industrial non-hazardous waste, WEEE, construction & demolition waste, and...
28 Aug 2018  |  Global
Smart Solutions and Innovative Business Models Will Enhance Hazardous Waste Treatment
Hazardous waste and its proper disposal has become a critical problem due to its impact on the environment and all living things. Hazardous wastes can be in the form of liquids, solids, sludges, or contaminated gases, and they are primarily generated by chemical manufacturing, production, and several other industrial processes. Rapid industrialisat...
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