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Regional Commercial and Industrial Waste Management Market Report - UK 2011-2015

105 Pages AMA Research November 25, 2011 SKU: AJLA6698621

AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the 1st edition of the report: “Regional Commercial and Industrial Waste Management Market Report - UK 2011-2015 Analysis”. Containing nearly 100 pages and over 75 charts and tables, this report provides an assessment of C & I waste arisings and management at both national and regional levels.

In the last decade the focus of government and the waste management industry had been on reducing the amount of household waste being landfilled and increasing the amount being recovered and recycled. Following the 2011 publication of the second DEFRA report on C & I waste management there is to be an increased drive to reduce the landfilling of C & I waste and increase recycling levels.

As well as a UK overview, there are individual chapters on each of the 9 regions in England plus Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Each section comprises a brief profile of the regions economies; waste arisings by economic sector and by waste types; methods of C & I waste; dry waste and food waste recycling infrastructure and identification of leading contractors in each region.

This report pulls together national & regional surveys on C & I waste arisings and management plus a large amount of original input, with the focus primarily on C & I waste arisings and management in the regions. The aim of this report is to go beyond analysis at a UK level to highlight the marked differences between the regions re: their economic infrastructure and hence the variations in the mix of waste arisings. Moreover, while national contractors dominate the MSW / household waste market, the C & I waste management sector is considerably more fragmented.

Because of the need to reduce landfilling C & I waste and increase recycling, a key focus of the regional sections is on dry waste and food waste treatment, identifying current and planned MRF and anaerobic digestion capacity.

Areas of particular interest:

Regional assessments including Scotland Wales and N. Ireland - charts & tables illustrating summary of regions’ economies, details of waste arisings, methods of waste management, MRF and food waste treatment capacity. Also identify leading waste collection contractors.
Appendix listing the leading 150 contractors in the C & I waste management sector - indicating estimated C & I waste management turnovers and core geographical areas of operation.

Some of the companies featured include:

Biffa Waste Services, Bywaters, Countrystyle Group, DS Smith Recycling, Environmental Waste Controls, F & R Cawley, Grundon Waste Management, HW Martin Waste, Powerday, SCA Recycling, Shanks UK, SITA UK, Veolia Environmental Waste Services, Viridor Waste Management, Waste Recycling Group, Wastecare, William Tracey.

Key areas covered in the report include:


UK C & I waste arisings tonnages - by sector, by size of business, by waste types & by sector, by region.
UK C & I waste management - by type of treatment by sector by tonnage handled; waste types by treatment types by tonnage handled. Drivers behind C & I waste.
Dry waste recycling - assessment of new capacity coming on-stream since 2007.
Food waste treatment - recent developments in AD and IVC capacity, market drivers e.g. Anaerobic Digestion Strategy & Action Plan.
Hazardous waste management - UK overview.
Overview of top 20 contractors in UK C & I waste management.
Medium term prospects - Responsibility Deal, WRAP’s Business, Plan 2011 -2015, Anaerobic Digestion Strategy & Action Plan, AD and MRF schemes in the development pipeline.


For each of the following regions: Greater London, South East, South West, East of England, East Midlands, West Midlands, North West, North East, Yorkshire & Humberside Wales, Scotland &Northern Ireland the following is included:-
Overview of Commerce and industry In The Region - tables summarising number of enterprises, employment levels and total turnover for 14 economic sectors including Manufacturing, Retail & Wholesaling, Accommodation & Food Services. Commentary identifying key C & I economic sub-sectors e.g. food manufacturing, heavy engineering, chemicals production etc. Identification of major employers and waste producers in each of the regions.
Commercial & Industrial Waste Arisings: - waste arisings by sector and by waste stream; amendments to DEFRA 2011 report data as appropriate with more recent information e.g. North East. Commentary on specific waste sources.
Commercial & Industrial Waste Management - charts providing breakdown of management of waste disposal and treatment methods
Commercial & Industrial Waste Management Contractors & Recycling Capacity - evaluation of existing and proposed dry waste MRFs treating C & I waste (name of facility, location, permitted capacity and name of operator). Also, identification of national and larger regional contractors providing C & I waste collection services. Where appropriate, evaluation of existing and proposed anaerobic digestion and in vessel composting capacity and names of operators.


Appendices 1 and 2 - more detailed data on waste arisings in Scotland and Wales
Appendix 3 - listing of over 150 general waste management contractors operating in the commercial & industrial waste management sector, estimates of C & I turnover and indications of regional activity. Not included are businesses specialising in collecting and recycling metals, WEEE, plastics or composting.

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November 25, 2011

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