Report 415: Hazardous Waste Management Industry – Overview of Markets and Competition in Commercial Hazardous Waste, Medical Waste, Nuclear Waste and Federal Hazardous Waste (updated June 2018), analyzes markets, competition, and trends in the competitive $11-billion U.S. market for hazardous waste management and the broader $25-billion market in environmental contracting. In addition, this comprehensive 230-page report provides in-depth research on revenue generation and leading companies in the industry. Historical analysis and annual profiles of leaders with revenue breakdowns provides perspective on the evolution of the industry.
Report 415 includes:
- Hazardous Waste Management Industry breakdown and forecast of industrial, medical, nuclear, solvent recovery, and federal waste markets
- Yearly reviews of key trends and business issues impacting the market
- Opportunities and trends in hazardous waste management
- Key mergers & acquisitions
- Detailed profiles and interviews of leading companies in the hazardous waste industry, including Clean Harbors, Veolia, Waste Management, Perma-Fix, U.S. Ecology, Stericycle, Energy Solutions, Heritage, Ross, NRC Environmental Services and more, featuring interviews with key executives
- Top companies with revenues and service offerings
- 70+ exhibits
Flat is the new up is a phrase uttered by more than a few remediation companies these days as contractors and consultants grow accustomed to low-growth or no-growth environments. A similar sentiment could be expressed by the commercial hazardous waste management business as well, although they have likely become more accustomed to rationalizing that not losing revenues is not such a bad result in bleaker periods.
Companies with histories in the hazardous waste management industry are doing well, but how about the traditional hazardous waste business itself—the business defined as the management of wastes regulated under Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)? “That market continues to decline,” says HCCI’s DeVita. Customers want to be more environmentally friendly, and, at least in part, they are expressing that desire through waste minimization initiatives—an observation affirmed by all of the executives interviewed by EBJ.