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North America Hazardous Waste Management Market Forecast 2018-2026

North America Hazardous Waste Management Market Forecast 2018-2026

KEY FINDINGS

At present, the North American market accounts for the highest share in the global hazardous waste management market. The region is expected to continue dominating the global scene in terms of revenue by exhibiting a CAGR of 6.18% over the forecast period of 2018-2026.

MARKET INSIGHTS

The overall levels of awareness about the importance of hazardous waste management and the environmental hazards of unsafe disposal have increased in the North American region. The U.S. is the major contributor to the success of North America’s waste management industry. Hazardous waste has always been a matter of conflict in the US. Additionally, the continuous disposal of uranium waste in the landfills is also becoming a major concern for the region. The uranium waste pollutes not only the landfills but also the groundwater. A similar dilemma is faced by the Canadian hazardous waste management market. Therefore, the Federal Government of Canada is working at an international level to manage hazardous waste by taking important transboundary decisions and negotiations, including international agreements for licensing hazardous-waste generators, carriers, and treatment facilities.

COMPETITIVE INSIGHTS

Market companies like Veolia Environment SA, Suez Environment SA, Stericycle Inc, Daniels Health Inc, Waste Management Inc, Clean Harbors Inc, Republic Services Inc, Biomedical Waste Solutions, Remondis Medison, and Sharps Compliance Inc have their presence in this region.


1. Research Scope
1.1. Study Goals
1.2. Scope Of The Market Study
1.3. Who Will Find This Report Useful?
1.4. Study And Forecasting Years
2. Research Methodology
2.1. Sources Of Data
2.1.1. Secondary Data
2.1.2. Primary Data
2.2. Top-down Approach
2.3. Bottom-up Approach
2.4. Data Triangulation
3. Executive Summary
3.1. Market Summary
3.2. Key Findings
3.2.1. North America Accounted For The Largest Revenue Share
3.2.2. Increased Volume And Complexity Of Wastes
3.2.3. Onsite Waste Recycling – Key Trend
3.2.4. Increasing Municipal Waste (Msw) Generation
4. Market Dynamics
4.1. Market Definition
4.2. Market Drivers
4.2.1. A Large Amount Of Healthcare Waste Generated
4.2.2. Growing Number Of Awareness Programs For Waste Management
4.2.3. Rapid Industrialization Leading To Huge Amount Of Waste
4.3. Market Restraints
4.3.1. Requirement Of High Capital Investments
4.3.2. Unregulated Disposal Of Waste
4.4. Market Opportunities
4.4.1. Outsourcing Of Medical Waste Management Services
4.4.2. Technological Advancements
4.4.3. Recycling & Generation Of Energy From Waste Gaining Importance
4.5. Market Challenges
4.5.1. Regional Variations & Lack Of Stringent Regulations In Developing Countries
4.5.2. Lack Of Infrastructure & Skilled Workforce
5. Market By Hazardous Waste Type
5.1. Industrial & Manufacturing Waste
5.2. Infectious & Pathological Waste
5.3. Pharmaceutical Waste
5.4. Sharps
5.5. Other Waste Types
6. Market By Service Type
6.1. Collection, Transportation & Storage
6.2. Treatment & Disposal
6.3. Recycling
6.4. Other Service Type
7. Market By Treatment Type
7.1. Incineration
7.2. Autoclaving
7.3. Chemical Treatment
8. Market By Treatment Site
8.1. Off-site
8.2. On-site
9. Key Analytics
9.1. Porter’s Five Force Model
9.1.1. Threat Of New Entrants
9.1.2. Threat Of Substitute
9.1.3. Bargaining Power Of Suppliers
9.1.4. Bargaining Power Of Buyers
9.1.5. Threat Of Competitive Rivalry
9.2. Key Buying Criteria
9.2.1. Safety
9.2.2. Reliability
9.2.3. Cost-effectiveness
9.2.4. Availability
9.3. Value Chain Analysis
9.3.1. Suppliers
9.3.2. Waste Management Companies
9.3.3. End-users
9.4. Legal, Policy & Regulatory Framework - Waste Management
9.5. Pestle Analysis
9.6. Opportunity Matrix
9.7. Vendor Landscape
10. Geographical Analysis
10.1. United States
10.2. Canada
11. Company Profiles
11.1. Clean Harbors Inc.
11.2. Daniels Health Inc
11.3. Republic Services Inc.
11.4. Stericycle Inc.
11.5. Suez Environment Sa
11.6. Veolia Environment Sa
11.7. Biomedical Waste Solutions
11.8. Waste Management Inc.
11.9. Remondis Medison
11.10. Sharps Compliance Inc.
List Of Tables
Table 1: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Country, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Table 2: Projected Waste Generation Data For 2025, By Region
Table 3: Government Initiatives For Waste Management
Table 4: Hazardous Waste Generated In Top 10 Countries In 2015, (In ‘000 Tonnes)
Table 5: Technological Advancement In Waste Management
Table 6: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Hazardous Waste Type, 2018-2026, (In $ Billion)
Table 7: Diseases That Can Be Caused Due To Infectious & Pathological Waste
Table 8: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Service Type, 2018-2026, (In $ Billion)
Table 9: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Treatment Type, 2018-2026, (In $ Billion)
Table 10: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Treatment Site 2018-2026, (In $ Billion)
Table 11: On-site And Off-site Management Of Hazardous Waste
Table 12: Hazardous Waste Disposed In 2014 (In Thousand Kilograms)
Table 13: Key Legislation And Policies For Waste Management In The United States
Table 14: Opportunity Matrix
Table 15: Vendor Landscape
Table 16: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Country, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Table 17: Us Hazardous Waste Management Regulations
Table 18: Levels Of Government Contribution To Environmental Protection In Canada
List Of Figures
Figure 1: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Hazardous Waste Type, 2017 & 2026 (In %)
Figure 2: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, 2018 - 2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 3: Worldwide Available Municipal Waste For Wte, 2009–2016 (Million Tons)
Figure 4: Compliance Process Of Waste Management
Figure 5: Solid Waste Management Cost*, By Country, 2010 & 2025 ($ Million)
Figure 6: Hazardous Waste Cost By Waste Type (Per Pound Cost In $ (Including Container))
Figure 7: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Industrial & Manufacturing Waste, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 8: Components Of Industrial Waste Materials
Figure 9: Red Marked Hazardous Chemical Solvents
Figure 10: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Infectious & Pathological Waste, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 11: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Pharmaceutical Waste, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 12: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Sharps, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 13: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Other Waste Types, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 14: Projected Per Capita Generation Of Msw In Urban Areas Worldwide In 2025, By Income Group (In Kilograms Per Day)
Figure 15: Composition Of Household Wastes
Figure 16: Hazardous Waste Treatment Processes
Figure 17: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Collection, Transportation & Storage, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 18: Collection, Transportation & Storage - Process Flow
Figure 19: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Treatment & Disposal, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 20: Hierarchy Of Importance In Hazardous Waste Management
Figure 21: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Recycling, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 22: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Other Service Type, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 23: Competitive Advantage In Hazardous Waste Management Industry
Figure 24: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Incineration, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 25: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Autoclaving, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 26: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Chemical Treatment, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 27: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By Off-site, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 28: Hazardous Waste Generated By Ibm And The Treatment Method Used (2014)
Figure 29: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, By On Site, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 30: Porter’s Five Force Analysis
Figure 31: Hazardous Waste Generation 2015 (In Thousand Tons)
Figure 32: Value Chain Analysis
Figure 33: North America Hazardous Waste Management Market, Regional Outlook, 2017 & 2026 (In %)
Figure 34: United States Hazardous Waste Management Market, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)
Figure 35: Canada Hazardous Waste Management Market, 2018-2026 (In $ Billion)

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