Waste Management Market - UK 2010-2014

Waste Management Market - UK 2010-2014


June 2, 2010
162 Pages - SKU: AJLA2717821
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Countries covered: United Kingdom



AMA Research have published the 6th edition of the report ""Waste Management Market - UK 2010-2014"".

This 2010 edition has been restructured to focus on the municipal, commercial & industrial, construction & demolition and agricultural sectors analyzing separately trends by country in; waste collection, waste recycling, advanced waste treatment, landfill, incineration and hazardous waste management. With 100+ colour charts and tables the report assesses market growth potential, current and infrastructure developments in the pipeline.

Combining and collating the most recent information, this report presents an informative review of the current state of waste management in the UK in terms of the key market drivers, waste arisings, disposal & recovery methods, industry infrastructure and capacity.

With 160 pages and 100+ charts and tables this report includes:
  • UK Waste Management Market - size, trends, key influences, analysis of total market by value and volume and in specifically in the municipal, commercial & industrial, construction & demolition plus agricultural sectors. Each section broken down by country and where possible region. Key focus on most recent and significant legislation
  • Key focus on development of new waste treatment, recycling & disposal infrastructure - identifying existing facilities and current capacity and projects in the pipeline - plant size, location, operator or developer and date of opening: - material recovery facilities (MRFs), mechanical biological treatment (MBT) plants, in-vessel composting (IVC), anaerobic digestion (AD) plants, energy-from-waste (EfW) incineration, commercial autoclaves and advanced thermal treatment (ATT) plants i.e. gasification and pyrolysis.
  • Contractor profiles - major national and regional general contractors, hazardous waste management specialists, clinical waste management providers, composting specialists and construction & demolition waste specialists. Analysis of key trends, e.g. acquisitions, mergers and consolidation.
  • The need to minimise waste arisings and the volumes sent to landfill and the urgent need to increase recovery and recycling levels has rapidly risen up the national agenda, with the new Coalition government stating that it is committed to sustaining the development of alternatives to landfill disposal. Although there have been significant improvements in recycling and energy recovery, the UK still remains behind many other EU states with regard to sustainable waste management. Despite the impact of the recession on industry performance in 2009, the potential for industry growth and the development of a new and sustainable waste management infrastructure is substantial.
Areas of particular interest:
  • Detailed analysis of waste arisings by origin, key product & material streams.
  • Detailed assessment of waste collection, treatment, landfill & incineration infrastructure - trends in capacities, waste deposits and key operators.
  • Key focus on new treatment technologies and recovery/recycling facilities.
  • Analysis of the waste management industry - review of contractors that goes beyond the leading national operators.
  • Assessment of the key market drivers and forecasts to 2014.
Companies mentioned in the report include:
Acumen Waste Services, Agrivert, Alan Hadley, Andigestion, Associated Waste Management, Augean Plc, Bagnall and Morris Waste Services, Biffa Waste Services, Bioessence, Biogen Greenfinch,Blakeleys Waste Management, Bywaters (Leyton), Chambers Group, CNIM UK, Cory Environmental Services, Countrystyle Group, Covanta Energy, Cumbria Waste Management Group, Cyclamax, Cyclerval UK, Devon Waste Management, Donarbon, Earthline, Eco Sustainable Solutions, Enterprise Group, Envar, Enviroco, F & R Cawley, Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas (FCC), Global Renewables Lancashire, Graphite Resources, Greenstar UK, Greenview Environmental, Grundon Waste Management, Hills Waste Solutions, Holystone Group, HW Martin Waste, Initial Medical Services, Kier Street Services, Kilnbridge Construction Services, Lafarge Aggregates, Lawrence Skip Hire, LSS Waste Management, May Gurney Environmental Services, McGrath Brothers (Waste Control), MCR (Midland Compost & Recycling), Mytum & Selby Waste Recycling, Natural World Products, New Earth Solutions, Norfolk Environmental Waste Services, Oran Environmental Solutions, Orchid Environmental Waste Management, OSS Group, PHS Group, Polkacrest, Powerday Plc, Premier Waste Management, Prosper de Mulder, Reconomy Recycling Solutions, SERCO, Shanks Group, SITA Holdings UK, Solvent Resources Management, SRCL, Sterecycle, Taurus Waste Recycling, TEG Environmental, Veolia Environmental Services (Veolia ES), Viridor Waste Management, Vital Earth, VT Environmental Engineering, West London Composting, WH Malcolm, William Tracey, Worm Tech, Yorwaste.

Key areas covered in the report include:

WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET OVERVIEW
Market size and trend by value 2003 -2009.
 Trends in waste arisings - by main end-use sector by country.
Trends in landfill deposits - by country and by method, estimate of composition.
Trends in waste treatment and recycling - by country and by method. Focus on development of new waste management infrastructure: assessment of provision, capacity and key drivers for MRFs, MBTs, advanced biological treatment, energy from waste incineration and advanced heat treatment facilities.
Overview of key market drivers - legislation, National Waste Strategies, DEFRA and WRAP initiatives, PPP/PFI.
Forecasts 2008 - 2014 and key market drivers.
Assessment of infrastructure projects in the pipeline over the next 3-4 years.

CONSTRUCTION, DEMOLITION & EXCAVATION WASTE MANAGEMENT
Review of waste arisings in each of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - summary of official survey findings. Waste arisings by material/product types.
Review of waste management and disposal routes in each of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - summary of official survey findings; landfill, recovery and recycling.

COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
Review of waste arisings in each of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - summary of official survey findings. Waste arisings by material/product types.
Review of waste management and disposal routes in each of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - summary of official survey findings; landfill, recovery and recycling.

MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE
Review of waste arisings in each of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - summary of official survey findings. Waste arisings by material/product types. England & Wales -split by region. Mixes by waste fractions. Review of collection methods by type and trends.
Review of waste management and disposal routes in each of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - summary of official survey findings; landfill, recovery and recycling. Annual trends in waste management method since 2000. England & Wales -split by region.

HAZARDOUS WASTE
Review of waste arisings in each of England, Wales - summary of Environment Agency data. Waste arisings by material/product types 2000 -2008
Review of waste management in each of England, Wales - summary of Environment Agency data. Waste treatment and disposal by material/product types 2000 -2008. Average expenditure on disposal.

AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY & FISHERIES WASTE
Review of waste arisings and disposal in England and Scotland - summary of Environment Agency and SEPA data. Waste arisings by material/product types.

WASTE MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY INFRASTRUCTURE
Size and distribution - breakdown by employee size band, by region and turnover band.
Trends e.g. new market entrants, consolidation, acquisitions and mergers and MBOs since 2000.
Overview of established service sectors: -landfill operations - trends in capacity by region. MRF operations by region. Incineration - operational capacity by region by facility type.

CONTRACTORS REVIEW
Leading national waste management groups
Larger regional contractors - e.g Grundon, Oran, Hills, Reconomy, Wm Tracey, & Yorwaste.
Hazardous & clinical - e.g SRM, Augean, Enviroco, OSS, SRCL, Cliniserve, PHS Group and Polkacrest.
Construction & demolition  - e.g. McGrath Brothers, Powerday, Holystone, LSS.
Composting/ABT - e.g. TEG, Agrivert, Countrystyle, Biogen, ReFood, Greenview, New Earth Solutions.
ATT & EfW - e.g. Sterecycle, Bioessence, Graphite Resources, Cyclamax, CNIM, Cylcerval, Covanta.


Additional Information

By value, ABI data indicates that the market for the collection and disposal of controlled waste was valued at around £7.4 billion in 2008. With reports indicating static market conditions in 2009.

Strong growth rates between 2004 and 2007 were largely due to the impact of EU Directives - and the UK legislation implementing them - aimed at reducing the volumes of waste being landfilled and increasing the levels of material recovery through recycling, composting and energy-from-waste.

This has created new opportunities in the municipal sector through the expansion and extension of existing waste collection contracts with local authorities and the development of long-term integrated waste management (IWM) contracts that are mainly being procured through PFI/PPP. However, the downturn in the UK economy has resulted in lower levels of growth across all sub-sectors of the waste management and recycling industry.

For 2010 it is anticipated that growth in the controlled waste management industry will remain relatively flat in real terms or may show marginal growth. Over the medium-longer term, however, the pressing need for the UK to significantly improve its recycling and composting rates and to develop its waste treatment and recycling infrastructure means that there will opportunities for substantial growth in the market.

From 2011 through to 2014, we would expect to see an increase in market values, underpinned by the EU Landfill Directive target for 2013 which will necessitate an increase in waste recovery rates and a major increase in investment in the infrastructure needed to deliver this. After 2013, the rate of growth might slow down before accelerating once more to meet official 2020 targets.

There will continue to be a marked convergence in the waste management and the renewable energy sectors as the uptake of not only AD and gasification plants increase but also energy-from-waste-incineration. Currently there are 22 MSW incineration with EfW plants operational but there are many more in the development pipeline.

Over the next 10 years, we expect there to be substantial growth in the waste management sector underpinned by the urgent need to divert increasing annual volumes of waste arisings from landfill combined with the pressing need for huge levels of further investment in the UK’s waste management and recycling infrastructure.

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