Waste Management

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.

  1. 24 Aug 2016  |  Africa

    Potential Investment in the Water Value Chain in South 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...

    $1,500.00
  2. 05 Apr 2016  |  Africa

    Waste Management Business Models in South 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...

    $1,500.00