Report 218: Solid Waste Management Industry, Resource Recovery & Waste Management Equipment (updated March 2018) analyzes markets, competition, customer needs and trends in the market for solid waste management industry. In addition, this comprehensive 360-page report provides research on revenue generation, financial performance as well as growth and changes in recycling infrastructure.
Report 218 includes:
- Detailed market breakdown of collection, processing and disposal markets
- Private versus public breakdown of solid waste collection markets
- Growth projections and geographic distribution of markets
- List of top firms in public, private and waste-to-energy companies by year 2000 to 2016
- Complete sections on recycling and waste management equipment segments
- Outlook for Solid Waste Management Industry Drivers
- Consolidation information, growth and challenges in recycling
- Highlights on new policies and global trends including China’s ban and the impact it could have
- New technologies, logistics and efficiency trends in Solid Waste Management
- Recycling systems and technologies
- Recent acquisitions in the U.S. Industry
This report also includes information regarding waste management equipment markets and the resource recovery segment of the environmental industry. Very few companies in traditional waste segments have not made strategic decisions regarding their role in resource recovery. These approaches vary from a commodity-sales orientation with the inherent risk and rewards of fluctuating commodity markets in metals, paper, plastic, solvents, etc. to a fee-for-service approach were collection costs are provided for in the business arrangement to completely avoiding the resource recovery angle altogether. Companies in the resource industries like steel, aluminum and other metals, forest products and chemicals and plastics have all dabbled in resource recovery and some have enduring and profitable divisions.