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 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...
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24 Jan 2020  |  Asia Pacific
Market Growth will be Fueled by the Use of Digital Solutions
Waste management is one of the major problems impacting cities today. The rapid rate of urbanization in Asia has only exacerbated the issue. The main goal of this study is to explore the waste management initiatives of major population centers and economic hubs in Asia. For the purposes of this study, 14 Asian cities were selected based on a conflu...
25 Mar 2013  |  Europe
Stricter Waste Management Legislation is Diverting Waste from Landfills to Waste to Energy Plants
This research service provides an analysis of the European waste to energy (WTE) plant market for the period 20092016, with a detailed breakdown of the incineration segment. The study looks at the WTE aspect of municipal solid waste (MSW) management and covers the technology used and the age of installed units across Europe. It also describes the ...
19 Aug 2013  |  Europe
New WEEE Legislation Drives Market Towards $2 Billion by 2020
This research service analyzes the European Waste Electrical and Electronics Equipment (WEEE) Recycling market. It describes the present status of recycling technologies and waste volume management. The WEEE covered in this research includes municipal solid waste (European Waste Catalog code 20) and industrial waste (EWC code 16). Hazardous wastes ...
18 Apr 2014  |  Europe
Legislation Drives Recycling Target Toward Multibillion Dollar Market by 2020
This research service analyses the European construction and demolition (C&D) recycling services market. It describes the present status of waste volume management. The C&D waste covered in this research includes construction, excavation, and demolition waste. Hazardous wastes are excluded from this study. This study does not cover final recycling ...
24 Dec 2013  |  Global
Market Fueled by Legislation and Energy Security
This research service provides an analysis of the global waste to energy (WTE) plant market for the period 20092016, with a detailed breakdown of new plants, modernisation works, and also operation and maintenance services segments. The study looks at the WTE aspect of municipal solid waste (MSW) management and covers the incineration technology s...
26 Aug 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Focus to Shift from Conventional Treatment to Waste Minimization Solutions
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...
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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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05 Apr 2016  |  Africa
Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Tshwane Provide a Roadmap for Future Waste Management
Due to the recent changes reflected in the National Environmental Management: Waste Act 59 of 2008, the waste sector in South Africa is not yet formalised. These changes encourage the diversion of waste to landfill by avoiding, reducing, re-using, recycling, and processing used materials. This significant change in focus has created opportunities f...
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12 May 2016  |  Europe
Competitive Advantage for Integrated, Intelligent, Economical and Eco-Friendly Waste Management Systems
Food waste is a massive issue that has grave environmental and economic repercussions. Approximately 90 million tonnes of food waste is generated annually in Europe, which could increase by 35% if no actions are taken. The European commission and the United Nations have targets to cut the amount of food waste by 50% by 2025. Waste management compan...
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