The 9th edition of the 'Waste Management Market Report - UK 2017-2021 Analysis' addresses the management of controlled waste arisings from the municipal, commercial & industrial, construction & demolition sectors. This edition represents a significant departure from previous reports in that it focuses on the business of waste management contracting as opposed to an analysis of waste arisings, waste collection, treatment and disposal methods etc. Therefore, there is a greater emphasis on market size, trends and mixes by value.
Key issues covered in the report:
Waste management contractors market - size by value 2011 to 2016 with forecasts to 2021. Key trends and market drivers.
Review of the industry by service type - i.e. non-hazardous waste collection, treatment & disposal and materials recovery and hazardous waste management; focus on landfill, energy recovery and dry recycling. Estimated market values for each sector.
Review of the industry by the main waste streams - i.e. municipal, commercial & industrial, construction & demolition; trends in arisings, methods of treatment & disposal and recycling rates.
Industry structure and supply - breakdown by turnover size, top 35 contractors market shares. Profiles for the leading 35 contractors.
Areas of particular interest include:
Evaluation of the waste management contracting industry in terms of sales values.
Tables for MBTs, MRFs, AD, IVC, mass burn incineration and ACT plants (location, capacity, operators - open and planned).
Analysis of the waste management supply side including a table with turnovers & regions served for top 100+ general waste management contractors.
Overview of market size and trends by value 2011-2016.
Market prospects 2017-2021 - likely key influencing factors e.g. 'Brexit', local authority budget cuts.
Review of key market drivers - e.g. waste arisings, legislation, UK government recycling and energy from waste subsidy schemes, demand for recycled materials and price trends.
Waste Management Services:
Overview of mix between non-hazardous waste collection, treatment & disposal and materials recovery - estimate of mix by value of services.
Review of non-hazardous waste collection - market value estimate.
Review of non-hazardous waste treatment & disposal - trends in landfill, energy from waste incineration, anaerobic digestion with biogas and advanced thermal recovery. Estimates of current and forecasts capacities.
Review of materials recovery - trends in municipal dry waste recycling and MRF operations; trends in the development of MBT facilities.
Main Waste Streams:
Review of municipal waste management - reviews of; trends in waste arisings 2010 -2016, trends in local authority spending on environmental services 2010 -2017, local authority spending on waste treatment & disposal, MSW collection by method, trends in MSW disposal routes 2010 -2016, MSW landfill trends 2010-2016, MSW recycling trends 2010-2016.
Review of commercial & industrial waste management - review of trends in CIW waste arisings, and of trends in treatment & disposal.
Review of construction & demolition management - review of trends in C & D waste arisings, of trends in treatment & disposal and of materials recovery, waste arisings materials mix.
Hazardous waste management - review of trends in hazardous waste arisings 2010-2016, trends in treatment & disposal and of materials recovery 2010-2016, hazardous waste arisings materials mix.
Industry Structure and Supply:
Size and distribution - review of breakdown of the industry by company size by turnover bands for each of; non-hazardous waste collection, treatment & disposal and materials recovery and hazardous waste collection and treatment & disposal.
Overview of the 35 largest waste management companies in the UK with turnovers and areas of operation.
Review of the following sectors, with identification of the largest providers in terms of handling capacities; MRF operations, MBT operations and EfW incinerator operations. Identification of leading operators within non-hazardous waste collection and in hazardous waste management.
Company reviews of the largest 35 waste management contractors. As well as the long-established national contractors, others reviewed include fast-growing operators such as; Amey Environmental Services, Reconomy UK, Tradebe Environmental Services, Palm Recycling and Greentech Distribution.
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