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.
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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24 Aug 2016  |  Africa
Outlining Supply and Demand-side Opportunities in the Water Chain
Scope of the report The research report includes the following segments: Product scope: Water Supply Chain Geographic scope: South Africa End-user scope: Private and Public Investors in Water Supply Chain Overview of the South African water sector, investment opportunities, trends and challenges in the water sector, and key conclusions and recomm...
04 Aug 2016  |  Europe
EU Targets of 50% Recycling Sets the Foundation for Circular Economy
This analysis covers the European municipal waste services market which is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.8% from 2016 to 2021. The study contains segmentation breakdowns by treatment methods such as recycling, incineration, biological treatment, and landfilling. It also highlights the latest trends, drivers, and rest...
20 Jul 2016  |  Europe
Non-invasive Rehabilitation Techniques to Experience Rapid Growth
This study provides in-depth analysis of the European Wastewater Network Rehabilitation Market with a market size of €11.52 billion that is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% between 2016 and 2021. In addition, the study encompasses segmentation breakdown by segments which include rehabilitation solutions and also by regions. It highlights the re...
28 Jun 2016  |  Europe
EU Directives for Circular Economy and Recycling Targets will Drive Growth and Pave the Way for Smart Solutions
This research service provides an in-depth analysis of the Waste Recycling Bins market in Europe, which has a market size of €2.61 billion and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5% from 2016 to 2021. In addition, the study also provides segmentation breakdowns by the different types of waste collection bins and also b...
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...
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...
03 Dec 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Best Practices in Green Hospitality and Its Future Prospects in Southeast AsiaA CEO's 360-Degree Perspective
Green Tourism to Spur Adoption of Eco-Sustainable Practices by Accommodation Facilities
Buildings are one of the leading carbon emitters with hotels contributing 15% to 20% of the emissions. In Southeast Asia, green hospitality is often considered only as the compliance of hotels with green building standards. However, it also encompasses other specific operational aspects. Green hospitality is likely to benefit from approximately 15%...
27 Nov 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Lack of Regulatory Support and Implementation Deters Market Growth in Developing Countries
The level of hazardous waste management varies among Asia-Pacific countries. Many countries still face major difficulties in managing locally produced hazardous waste. The private sector is often involved in treating hazardous waste at the national level; this is prevalent to a large extent in countries such as Singapore, Australia, and to a lesser...
26 Aug 2014  |  Global
Technology Development Will Drive a Multibillion-dollar Revenue Increase Through 2020
This research service analyzes the global industrial waste management services market for the period 2010 to 2020. It provides a detailed breakdown of collection and sorting, landfilling, recycling, incineration, and biological treatment. Research covers waste from energy, chemical, agriculture and forestry, metallurgy and other origins. It also de...