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The US Waste Management Market: Industry Analysis & Outlook (2017-2021)

The US Waste Management Market: Industry Analysis & Outlook (2017-2021)

Waste composition and volume largely depends upon the composition pattern of a country along with industrial and economic structures. Waste is largely generated from urban areas or municipalities, industrial, commercial and agricultural sectors. It mostly ends up into water bodies, negatively changing the composition of the water thereby, contaminating the soil affecting animals and human life.

Waste management is the process of collection, disposal and processing of large volume of waste. Waste management is about realizing the true potential of valuable resource. It is an important segment of the environmental services industry which also includes wastewater treatment works, remediation services, analytical services and many more. The US waste management market is further bifurcated into two sub-segments i.e. hazardous waste management and non-hazardous waste management.

The US environmental services industry is likely to grow positively in the coming years, along with growth of waste management market. The US waste management market is expected to grow with strong economic growth, rise in landfill tipping fees, thereby creating large revenues and maturing recycling and waste-to-energy markets. The key trends of the market at present include floating concept of commercial franchise zones, vertical integration of the markets and large market consolidations.

The report offers an in-depth analysis of the “The US Waste Management Market: Industry Analysis & Outlook (2017-2021)”. Competition is concentrated in the hands of publically owned companies. Major waste management companies that have been covered in the report include Waste Management Inc., Waste Connections Inc., Republic Services Inc., and Clean Harbors.


1. Market Overview
1.1 Waste
Table 1: Approximate Time to Degenerate Waste
1.2 Types of Waste
1.3 Sources of Waste
Table 2: Sources of Waste
1.4 Environmental Services
Table 3: Environment Services Industry Sectors
1.5 Waste Management
Table 4: Waste Management Hierarchy
Table 5: Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market Segment
Table 6: Hazardous Waste Management Market Segment
2. The US Environmental Services Industry Analysis
2.1 The US Environmental Services Industry by Value
Table 7: The US Environmental Services Industry by Value (2012-2016)
2.2 The US Environmental Services Industry Forecast by Value
Table 8: The US Environmental Services Industry Forecast by Value (2017-2021)
2.3 The US Environmental Services Industry by Type
Table 9: The US Environmental Services Industry by Type (2016)
2.4 The US Environmental Services Industry Forecast by Type
Table 10: The US Environmental Services Industry Forecast by Type (2021)
3. The US Waste Management Market
3.1 The US Waste Management Market by Value
Table 11: The US Waste Management Market by Value (2012-2016)
3.2 The US Waste Management Market Forecast by Value
Table 12: The US Waste Management Market Forecast by Value (2017-2021)
3.3 The US Waste Management Market by Type
Table 13: The US Waste Management Market by Type (2016)
3.4 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market
3.4.1 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Value
Table 14: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Value (2012-2016)
3.4.2 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market Forecast by Value
Table 15: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market Forecast by Value (2017-2021)
3.4.3 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Volume
Table 16: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Volume (2012-2016)
3.4.4 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Volume Share
Table 17: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Volume Share (2016)
3.4.5 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Segments
Table 18: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Segments (2016)
3.4.6 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Services
Table 19: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Services (2016)
3.4.7 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Customer Type
Table 20: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Customer Type (2016)
3.4.8 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Ownership
Table 21: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market by Ownership (2016)
3.5 The US Hazardous Waste Management Market
3.5.1 The US Hazardous Waste Management Market by Value
Table 22: The US Hazardous Waste Management Market by Value (2012-2016)
3.5.2 The US Hazardous Waste Management Market Forecast by Value
Table 23: The US Hazardous Waste Management Market Forecast by Value (2017-2021)
3.5.3 The US Hazardous Waste Generation Volume by Industries
Table 24: The US Hazardous Waste Generation Volume by Industries (2016)
3.5.4 The US Hazardous Waste Generation Volume Share by Selected Industries
Table 25: The US Hazardous Waste Generation Volume Share by Selected Industries (2016)
3.5.5 The US Hazardous Waste Management Market Volume by Method
Table 26: The US Wastewater Hazardous Waste Management Volume by Method (2016)
Table 27: The US Non-Wastewater Hazardous Waste Management Volume by Method (2016)
3.5.6 The US Hazardous Waste Management Market by Customer Type
Table 28: The US Hazardous Waste Management Market by Customer Type (2016)
3.5.7 The US Hazardous Waste Management Market by Ownership
Table 29: The US Hazardous Waste Management Market by Ownership (2016)
4. Market Dynamics
4.1 Growth Drivers
4.1.1 Increasing Municipal Solid Waste Per Capita
Table 30: The US Municipal Solid Waste Per Capita (2012-2016)
4.1.2 Rise in Landfill Tipping Fees
Table 31: Number of Landfills in the US (1990-2016)
Table 32: Landfill Tipping Fees Per Ton (2010-2016)
4.1.3 Maturing Recycling and Waste-to-Energy Market in the US
Table 33: The US Recycling Market Forecast by Value (2016-2021)
Table 34: The US Waste-to-Energy Market Forecast by Value (2016-2021)
4.1.4 Increase in Construction Activity
Table 35: The US Construction Market by Value (2016-2021)
4.1.5 Increased Government Healthcare Funding
Table 36: The US Medicare and Medicaid Expenditures (2016-2021)
4.1.6 Rise in Ageing Population
Table 37: The US Ageing Population over 65 Years (2016-2021)
4.1.7 Economic Growth
Table 38: The US GDP per Capita (2012-2016)
4.2 Trend and Opportunities
4.2.1 Commercial Franchise Zones
4.2.2 Vertical Integration
4.2.3 Outsourcing and Surge in Government Funding
Table 39: Annual Change in the US Government Spending (2016-2018)
4.2.4 Market Consolidations
Table 40: Major Acquisitions and Agreements in Waste Management Market (2016-2017)
4.2.5 Increasing Demand Services
4.3 Challenges and Issues
4.3.1 Barriers to Entry
4.3.2 Poorly Trained Workforce
4.3.3 Costly Process
4.3.4 Changing Waste Composition
5. Competitive Landscape
5.1 The US Environmental Services Industry
5.1.1 Major Industry Participants
Table 41: The US Environmental Services Industry by Major Participants (2016)
5.2 The US Non-Hazardous Waste Management Market
5.2.1 Non-Hazardous Waste Collection Revenue Share
Table 42: The US Non-Hazardous Waste Collection Revenue Share by Companies (2016)
5.2.2 Facility Comparison by Top Players
Table 43: Non-Hazardous Waste Management- Facility Comparison by Top Players (2016)
5.2.3 Business Mix Revenue Comparison by Top Players
Table 44: Non-Hazardous Waste Management- Business Mix Revenue Share by Top Players (2016)
5.2.4 Regional Revenue Share Comparison by Top Players
Table 45: Non-Hazardous Waste Management- Regional Revenue Share by Top Players (2016)
5.2.5 Landfill Volume Management Share
Table 46: The US Landfill Volume Management Share by Major Players (2016)
5.3 The US Hazardous Waste Management Market
5.3.1 Commercial Hazardous Incineration Facilities Volume Share
Table 47: The US Commercial Hazardous Incineration Facilities Volume Share (2016)
5.3.2 Commercial Hazardous Incineration Facilities Permitted Capacity Share
Table 48: The US Commercial Hazardous Incineration Facilities Permitted Capacity (2016)
5.3.3 Commercial Hazardous Landfill Volume Share
Table 49: The US Commercial Hazardous Landfill Volume Share (2016)
5.3.4 Commercial Hazardous Landfill Permitted Capacity
Table 50: The US Commercial Hazardous Landfill Permitted Capacity (2016)
5.3.5 Commercial Hazardous Waste Landfills Expansion Comparison by Key Players
Table 51: Capacity for Commercial Hazardous Waste Landfills (2014 and Expansion to 2024)
6. Company Profiles
6.1 Waste Management Inc.
6.1.1 Business Overview
Table 52: Waste Management Inc. Revenue Share by Services (2016)
6.1.2 Financial Overview
Table 53: Waste Management Inc. Revenue and Net Income (2012-2016)
6.1.3 Business Strategies
6.2 Republic Services Inc.
6.2.1 Business Overview
Table 54: Republic Services Inc. Revenue Share by Business Segments (2016)
6.2.2 Financial Overview
Table 55: Republic Services Inc. Revenue and Net Income (2012-2016)
6.2.3 Business Strategies
6.3 Waste Connection Inc.
6.3.1 Business Overview
Table 56: Waste Connection Inc. Revenue Share by Business Segment (2016)
6.3.2 Financial Overview
Table 57: Waste Connection Inc. Revenue and Net Income (2012-2016)
6.3.3 Business Strategies
6.4 Clean Harbors Inc.
6.4.1 Business Overview
Table 58: Clean Harbors Inc. Revenue Share by Business Segment (2016)
6.4.2 Financial Overview
Table 59: Clean Harbor Inc. Revenue and Net Income (2012-2016)
6.4.3 Business Strategies

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