Innovations in Hazardous Waste Management

Reducing Environmental Impact of Hazardous Waste

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Hazardous waste management has become increasingly important due to the increasing amount of waste generated worldwide, which adversely impacts the environment and human health. Decreasing land availability for landfills, the need to reduce worker exposure and potential liability, and increased awareness on environmental safety have driven the development of hazardous waste management technologies. This research report presents findings from assessment of key innovations in hazardous waste management technologies based on secondary and primary research. It provides a snapshot of the industry landscape, management methods available, stakeholders and technology development, and an analysis of emerging opportunities for the different end-user segments of the hazardous waste management industry.

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Executive SummaryResearch Objective and ScopeTechnical Insights–Research Process and MethodologyKey FindingsHazardous Waste Management Industry LandscapeHazardous Waste – Definitions and ClassificationsHazardous Waste – Definitions and Classifications (continued)Hazardous Waste – Classification by Major ContributorsHazardous Waste Management – Drivers and ChallengesIndustry Value ChainMajor Technology Developers by RegionHazardous Waste Management MethodsHazardous Waste Management TechnologiesWaste Avoidance and Reduction – IntroductionWaste Avoidance and Reduction – Drivers and ChallengesReuse, Recycle and Recovery – IntroductionReuse, Recycle and Recovery – Drivers and ChallengesWaste Treatment – IntroductionWaste Treatment – Physical TreatmentWaste Treatment – Chemical TreatmentWaste Treatment – Physico-chemical TreatmentWaste Treatment – Thermal TreatmentWaste Treatment – Thermal Treatment (continued)Waste Treatment – Thermal TreatmentWaste Treatment – Thermal TreatmentWaste Treatment – Stabilization/SolidificationWaste Treatment – Stabilization/SolidificationWaste Disposal – IntroductionWaste Disposal – Drivers and ChallengesTechnology Adoption CycleStakeholders and Technology DevelopmentsStakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Stakeholders and Technology Developments (continued)Opportunity Evaluation and RoadmappingDemand Side AnalysisDemand Side Analysis (continued)Scenario Modeling and Emerging OpportunitiesEmerging Opportunities Categorized According to End UsersTechnology Deployment and Application RoadmapAppendixSome Key PatentsSome Key Patents (continued)Some Key Patents (continued)Contact DetailsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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