Waste Management Market

Waste Management Market by Waste (Hazardous, E-waste, Plastic, Bio-medical), Service (Open dumping, Incineration, Landfill, Recycling), End User (Residential, Commercial, Industrial) and Region - Global Forecast to 2026

Report Code: EP 7931 Jul, 2021, by marketsandmarkets.com

[229 Pages Report] The global waste management market size was valued at USD 423.4 billion in 2021 and projected to reach USD 542.7 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 5.1% during the forecast period. The growing awareness programs showing the need of waste management and waste segregation is one the primary factors driving the market growth.

Waste Management Market

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Waste Management: Dynamics

Driver: Technological advances and shortened life cycle of electronic products leading to increase in e-waste

The typical life cycle of the electronic product includes product development, introduction, growth, maturity, and disposal or recycling. An electronic product comes to a recycling stage either due to the end of its life cycle, technological advances, or changing requirements of consumers. Rapid advancements in technology result in new electronic products and upgraded versions of the existing products, such as laptops, mobile phones, and televisions. Similarly, increasing buying power of individuals leads to a decrease in the shelf life of electronic products. New versions of mobiles and other electronic products are being launched every year; the older versions are either being thrown away or are sold via websites for the purpose of reuse. Thus, with the shrinking life cycle of electronic products, more and more e-waste is generated. This accumulation of electronic waste triggers the need to recycle electronic products, which, in turn, drives the need for electronic waste management.

The average lifespan of consumer devices and the parts that go into them have been rapidly decreasing since the introduction of PCs and mobile phones. Initially expected to last 40+ years, the average lifespan of electronics has come down to 1.5 to 13 years, with the majority averaging 4ľ5 years. 

Restraint:  Absence of necessary framework for collection and segregation of waste

Waste segregation refers to the separation of dry and wet garbage, which paves the way for other processes in waste management, such as composting, recycling, and incineration. The goal is to reduce waste from landfills and, eventually, prevent land, water, and air pollution. Proper waste collection and segregation are critical for recycling waste and plastic products or any other items such as paper, metals, and wood products. Inappropriate disposal of waste poses a big threat to municipalities and other concerned bodies involved in waste management. Improper disposal of waste can greatly affect the health of the population living nearby the polluted area or landfills. Exposure to improperly handled wastes can cause skin irritations, blood infections, respiratory problems, growth problems, and even reproductive issues.

Developed countries such as the US, Australia, Japan, and Germany have successfully implemented waste management industry statistics frameworks, enabling effective handling of waste and ensure productive results from it through recycling. However, while considering the actual scenario, these examples are very few.

Countries such as Egypt, Turkey, South Africa, Nigeria, Brazil, as well as Middle Eastern countries are yet to standardize and organize the waste management framework, which is causing improper handling of waste materials to a large extent. The segregation of different types of waste should take place at the source level, which would help recover a good amount of recyclable waste and would reduce the total effort and time. The major problems affecting solid waste management are unscientific treatment, improper collection of waste, and ethical problems such as dumping e-waste. This, in turn, leads to hazards such as environmental degradation, water pollution, soil pollution, and air pollution,  restraining the growth of the waste management market.

Opportunity: Growing adoption of construction and demolition (C&D) materials in urban areas with rising number of construction projects

Construction and demolition (C&D) materials are used during the construction, renovation, and demolition of buildings, roads, and bridges. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) promotes a Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) approach, which identifies certain C&D materials as commodities that can be used in new building projects, avoiding the need to mine and process virgin materials. Most construction and demolition waste currently generated in the US is lawfully destined for disposal in landfills regulated under the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).

In some regions, all or part of construction and demolition waste stream is unlawfully deposited on land or in natural drainages, including water, contrary to regulations to protect human health, commerce, and the environment. Businesses and citizens of the US legally dispose of millions of tons of building-related waste in solid waste landfills each year.

Smart cities are developed in urban areas to create sustainable economic development. According to the United Nations, by 2030, 60% of the worldĺs population will live in cities, and one in three individuals will live in a city with a population of half a million or more. Currently, more than 100 smart city projects are in progress across the world, which offers huge opportunities for the construction sector. Need for building, roads offer lucrative opportunities for the waste management market players.

An increase in construction activities creates a substantial amount of construction-related waste that is removed from the waste stream through a process called diversion. Diverted materials are sorted for subsequent recycling, and in some cases, they are reused. Volumes of building-related waste generated are significantly influenced by macroeconomic conditions affecting construction, societal consumption trends, and natural and anthropogenic hazards. In recent years, awareness regarding the disposal and reuse of construction material has resulted in a reduction in volumes of construction and demolition waste disposed of in landfills. Many opportunities exist for the significant reduction and recovery of materials that would otherwise be destined for disposal as waste.

Challenge: Recycling plastic is costlier than producing new plastic

The basic raw materials required to manufacture virgin plastics are petrochemicals such as oil and natural gas. The recycled form of plastic is polyethylene terephthalate (PET). The problem associated with recycling plastic is the generation of a pure stream of recycled material. PET plastics do not have a residual value; they can, however, be recycled into other products, such as new containers and fleece clothing. Several additives are added while manufacturing plastic products; some of these are fillers and colorants. The recycling companies are not usually aware of what is added to plastic, which affects the recycling of plastic products.

Separating plastic from various types of waste streams is a problematic process in energy recovery through different thermochemical processes. The sorting of plastics is an essential step in different waste management techniques. Moreover, the sorting and separating of plastic (according to its different grades, kinds, and the mixture of additives used) are highly labor-intensive and expensive compared to the manufacturing of new plastic from petrochemicals, which is quite cheaper or economical.

The e-waste segment is the leading market by waste type in the waste management market

E-waste contains several toxic additives or hazardous substances, such as mercury, brominated flame retardants (BFRs), and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), or hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs). The increasing levels of e-waste, low collection crates, non-environmentally sound disposal, and treatment of this waste pose significant risks to the environment and even human health. Improper management of e-waste also contributes to global warming. At first, if the materials in e-waste are not recycled, they cannot substitute primary raw materials and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from extraction and refinement of primary raw materials. Next, refrigerants that are found in some temperature change equipment create greenhouse gases. A total of 98 Mt of CO2 equivalents were released into the atmosphere from discarded fridges and air-conditioners that were not managed in an environmentally sound manner.

The landfill segment is expected to be the largest market by service type in waste management market

Modern landfills are well-engineered and managed facilities for the disposal of solid waste. Landfills are designed, located, operated, and monitored to ensure compliance with stated regulations. They are also designed to protect the environment from contaminants, which may be present in the waste stream. Landfills cannot be built in environmentally sensitive areas, and they are placed using on-site environmental monitoring systems. These monitoring systems check for any sign of groundwater contamination and landfill gas. Landfills have a stringent design, operation, and closure requirements established under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).

The residential segment is expected to be the largest segment by end user in waste management market

The residential segment held the largest share of the waste management market growth, by end user in 2020. Waste collected from single- and multi-family dwellings comes under this category. Discarded plastic bags, consumer durables, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) products, toys, e-waste products, household hazardous wastes, and other packaging materials collectively represent the waste generated by households. Also, increasing disposable income and shifting the preference of consumers toward e-shopping have significantly raised the quantity of plastic waste generated by the residential sector.

Residents from large housing units such as apartment complexes are more diligent about separating wastes before disposal than residents in areas of individual houses. According to the Government of Korea, wastes such as paper, waste metals, cans, and bottles, which are discarded separately for recycling purposes, are thoroughly treated by recycling agencies from the private sector. These agencies usually recycle 30ľ50% of the total volumes of these goods. Only 13% of plastics are collected due to the lack of plastic recycling facilities. Recyclable plastics are therefore stocked in collection sites of local governments and Korea Resource Recovery and Reutilization Corporation.

Asia Pacific held the largest share of the waste management market in 2020

Asia Pacific has been segmented into countries like Japan, China, India, South Korea, Australia, and Rest of Asia Pacific. Rest of Asia Pacific majorly includes of Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand. The shift of the Asia Pacific population from rural to urban areas is expected to result in a rapid increase in solid waste generation. The total population in Asia Pacific is expected to reach 5.1 billion by 2050, out of which the urban population is projected to account for at least a 64.0% share.

The industrialization has enhanced urbanization in Asia Pacific region through the migration of rural populations to urban areas and the development of towns into cities. Also, as a result of steady economic growth in the Asia Pacific countries, the households are experiencing a continuous rise in their disposable income, which has eventually contributed to the demand for waste management services. The increasing awareness regarding the impact of non-eco-friendly packaging, such as plastic packaging and other plastic product materials, on the environment has had a major impact on the waste management market in this country.

Local and national governments in some countries in the region do not adequately support waste management recycling; also, some local governments do not impose strict regulations on the important aspects of recycling, such as source segregation. The lack of plastic waste management infrastructure and finance poses a challenge for plastic waste management in the region.

The e-retailing boom in the emerging markets of Asia Pacific is projected to accelerate the growth of the packaging market, which, in turn, is expected to drive the waste management market during the forecast period.

Waste Management Market by Region

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Key Market Players

Waste Management (US), Veolia (France), Republic Services (US), SUEZ (France), and Waste Connections (US) are the leading players in the waste management market. Biffa (England),  Clean Harbors (US), Covanta Holding (US), Daiseki  (Japan), Hitachi Zosen (Japan), and other players operating in the market are the leading players in the global waste management market.  

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Scope of the Report

Report Attributes

Details

Market size value in 2021:

 USD 423.4 Billion

Projected to reach 2026:

 USD 542.7 Billion

CAGR:

 5.1%

Base Year Considered:

 2020

Forecast Period:

 2021-2026

Largest Market:

 Asia Pacific

Region Covered:

North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America

Segments Covered:

Waste Type, Service Type, End User, and Region

Companies Covered:

Waste Management (US), Veolia (France), Republic Services (US), SUEZ (France), and Waste Connections (US),. Biffa (England), Clean Harbors (US), Covanta Holding (US), Daiseki (Japan), Hitachi Zosen (Japan), and other

This research report categorizes the waste management market based on Waste Type, Service Type, End User, and Region.

Based on the waste  type:

  • Hazardous Waste
  • E-waste
  • Plastic Waste
  • Bio-medical Waste
  • Others

Based on the service type:

  • Open Dumping
  • Incineration/Combustion
  • Landfill
  • Recycling
  • Composting & Anaerobic Digestion

Based on the end user:

  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Industrial

Based on the region:

  • North America
  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Middle East & Africa
  • South America

Recent Developments

  • In October 2020, Waste Management acquired Advanced Disposal Services, a solid waste management company. This acquisition allowed Waste Management to deliver unparalleled access to differentiated, sustainable waste management and recycling services to approximately 3 million new commercial, residential, and industrial customers, primarily located in 16 states in the eastern half of the US.
  • In May 2021, SUEZ signed an agreement with Eramet, a key player in the extraction and valorization of metals, to expand joint efforts in the area of recycling end-of-life electric vehicle batteries. This partnership is intended to offer a high-performance, competitive and sustainable battery recycling solution for the European market.
  • In March 2021, Veolia partnered with Groupe Renault, an automobile manufacturer producing a range of cars and vans, and Solvay, a manufactures of chemicals and plastics, to enable the circular economy of EV battery metals in Europe through closed-loop recycling.
  • In December 2019, Waste Connections announced the closure of acquisitions during the fourth quarter in annualized revenues. The completed acquisitions include a new market entry solid waste collection and recycling acquisition in South Central Pennsylvania and tuck-in acquisitions to existing operations in Alaska, Illinois, New York, and Tennessee.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION (Page No. - 28)
    1.1 STUDY OBJECTIVES
    1.2 DEFINITION
           1.2.1 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE: INCLUSIONS & EXCLUSIONS
           1.2.2 MARKET, BY END USER: INCLUSIONS & EXCLUSIONS
    1.3 MARKET SCOPE
           1.3.1 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET SEGMENTATION
           1.3.2 GEOGRAPHIC SCOPE
    1.4 YEARS CONSIDERED
    1.5 CURRENCY
    1.6 LIMITATIONS
    1.7 STAKEHOLDERS

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (Page No. - 33)
    2.1 RESEARCH DATA
           FIGURE 1 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN
    2.2 MARKET BREAKDOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION
           FIGURE 2 DATA TRIANGULATION METHODOLOGY
           2.2.1 SECONDARY DATA
                    2.2.1.1 Key data from secondary sources
           2.2.2 PRIMARY DATA
                    2.2.2.1 Key data from primary sources
                    2.2.2.2 Breakdown of primaries
    2.3 IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON MARKET
    2.4 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION
           2.4.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
                    FIGURE 3 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET: INDUSTRY-REGION/COUNTRY-WISE ANALYSIS
           2.4.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH
                    FIGURE 4 MARKET: TOP-DOWN APPROACH
    2.5 DEMAND-SIDE METRICS
           FIGURE 5 MAIN METRICS CONSIDERED FOR ANALYZING AND ASSESSING DEMAND FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
           2.5.1 CALCULATION FOR DEMAND SIDE
    2.6 SUPPLY-SIDE ANALYSIS
           FIGURE 6 KEY STEPS CONSIDERED FOR ASSESSING SUPPLY OF WASTE MANAGEMENT
           FIGURE 7 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET: SUPPLY-SIDE ANALYSIS, 2020
           2.6.1 CALCULATIONS FOR SUPPLY SIDE
    2.7 ASSUMPTIONS FOR STUDY
    2.8 FORECAST

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (Page No. - 44)
    TABLE 1 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET SNAPSHOT
    FIGURE 8 ASIA PACIFIC DOMINATED MARKET IN 2020
    FIGURE 9 E-WASTE SEGMENT TO ACCOUNT FOR LARGEST SIZE OF MARKET, BY WASTE TYPE, DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    FIGURE 10 LANDFILL SERVICES TO HOLD LARGEST SIZE OF MARKET FROM 2021 TO 2026
    FIGURE 11 RESIDENTIAL END USER TO LEAD MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS (Page No. - 48)
    4.1 ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES IN WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET
           FIGURE 12 INCREASING POPULATION AND GROWING NEED FOR PROPER DISPOSAL OF WASTE TO BOOST DEMAND FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES IN COMING YEARS
    4.2 MARKET, BY REGION
           FIGURE 13 ASIA PACIFIC TO REGISTER HIGHEST CAGR IN MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD
    4.3 MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC, BY END USER AND COUNTRY
           FIGURE 14 RESIDENTIAL END USER AND CHINA DOMINATED MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC IN 2020
    4.4 MARKET, BY WASTE TYPE
           FIGURE 15 E-WASTE SEGMENT TO COMMAND MARKET, BY WASTE TYPE, IN 2026
    4.5 MARKET, BY SERVICE
           FIGURE 16 LANDFILL SERVICES TO DOMINATE MARKET IN 2026
    4.6 MARKET, BY END USER
           FIGURE 17 RESIDENTIAL SEGMENT TO LEAD MARKET, BY END USER, IN 2026

5 MARKET OVERVIEW (Page No. - 52)
    5.1 INTRODUCTION
    5.2 COVID-19 HEALTH ASSESSMENT
           FIGURE 18 COVID-19 GLOBAL PROPAGATION
           FIGURE 19 COVID-19 PROPAGATION IN SELECTED COUNTRIES
    5.3 ROAD TO RECOVERY
           FIGURE 20 RECOVERY ROAD FOR 2020 AND 2021
    5.4 COVID-19 ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT
           FIGURE 21 REVISED GDP FORECASTS FOR SELECT G20 COUNTRIES IN 2020
    5.5 MARKET DYNAMICS
           FIGURE 22 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET: DRIVERS, RESTRAINTS, OPPORTUNITIES, AND CHALLENGES
           5.5.1 DRIVERS
                    5.5.1.1 Stringent regulations of governments worldwide for better management of waste and initiate environmental protection
                               5.5.1.1.1 Laws in US for recycling of e-waste
                                             TABLE 2 LAWS FOR RECYCLING E-WASTE IN DIFFERENT STATES IN US
                               5.5.1.1.2 Laws in Europe for recycling e-waste
                                             TABLE 3 LAWS FOR RECYCLING E-WASTE IN EUROPE
                                              TABLE 4 CARBON TAXES IN EUROPE, 2021
                    5.5.1.2 Strong focus of several governments to conduct awareness programs showcasing importance of waste segregation and waste management
                                TABLE 5 EFFECTS OF E-WASTE ON HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
                    5.5.1.3 Technological advances and shortened life cycle of electronic products leading to increase in e-waste
                                TABLE 6 LIFE EXPECTANCY MAJOR HOME APPLIANCES (YEARS)
           5.5.2 RESTRAINTS
                    5.5.2.1 Absence of necessary framework for collection and segregation of waste
                    5.5.2.2 Requirement for huge capital investment to discard bio-medical waste
                                TABLE 7 SOUTHERN ASIA: COST FOR INCINERATORS
           5.5.3 OPPORTUNITIES
                    5.5.3.1 Rising demand for waste management services from emerging economies due to rapid industrialization
                                FIGURE 23 GLOBAL URBAN POPULATION, BY SIZE OF CITY, 2018 VS. 2030 (MILLION)
                    5.5.3.2 Growing adoption of construction and demolition (C&D) materials in urban areas with rising number of construction projects
           5.5.4 CHALLENGES
                    5.5.4.1 Controlling environmental pollution caused by illegal export of e-waste in developing countries such as China, India, and Middle East
                    5.5.4.2 Recycling plastic is costlier than producing new plastic
                    5.5.4.3 Impact of COVID-19 on waste management
    5.6 TRENDS
           5.6.1 REVENUE SHIFT AND NEW REVENUE POCKETS FOR PLAYERS IN MARKET
                    FIGURE 24 REVENUE SHIFT FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
    5.7 MARKET MAP
           FIGURE 25 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET MAP FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
    5.8 TRADE DATA STATISTICS
           TABLE 8 REGION-WISE IMPORT, 2017ĘC2020 (USD MILLION)
           TABLE 9 REGION-WISE EXPORT, 2017ĘC2020 (USD MILLION)
    5.9 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS
           FIGURE 26 WASTE MANAGEMENT: SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS
           5.9.1 COLLECTION
           5.9.2 SEGREGATION
           5.9.3 STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION
           5.9.4 PROCESSING
           5.9.5 DISPOSAL OF GENERATED WASTE
    5.10 TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS
           5.10.1 RECYCLING TECHNOLOGY FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
    5.11 WASTE MANAGEMENT: CODES AND REGULATIONS
           TABLE 10 WASTE MANAGEMENT: CODES AND REGULATIONS
    5.12 WASTE MANAGEMENT: PATENT REGISTRATIONS
           TABLE 11 MARKET: INNOVATIONS AND PATENT REGISTRATIONS, 2017ĘC2021
    5.13 CASE STUDY ANALYSIS
           5.13.1 WASTE COLLECTION
                    5.13.1.1 Sainsburyí»s sustainability plan
                               5.13.1.1.1 Problem statement: June 2020
                               5.13.1.1.2 Solution statement
    5.14 PORTERí»S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
            FIGURE 27 PORTERS FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS: MARKET
            TABLE 12 MARKET: PORTERí»S FIVE FORCE ANALYSIS
           5.14.1 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS
           5.14.2 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES
           5.14.3 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS
           5.14.4 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS
           5.14.5 RIVALRY AMONG EXISTING COMPETITORS

6 MARKET, BY WASTE TYPE (Page No. - 79)
    6.1 INTRODUCTION
           FIGURE 28 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET SHARE, IN TERMS OF VALUE, BY WASTE TYPE, 2020 (%)
           TABLE 13 MARKET, BY WASTE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    6.2 HAZARDOUS WASTE
           6.2.1 INCREASED NEED TO PROTECT ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN HEALTH TO SPUR MARKET GROWTH
                    TABLE 14 MARKET FOR HAZARDOUS WASTE, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    6.3 E-WASTE
           6.3.1 RAPID URBANIZATION, TRANSFORMING URBAN MOBILITY, AND INCREASED NEED TO REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS TO BOOST DEMAND FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
                    TABLE 15 MARKET FOR E-WASTE, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    6.4 PLASTIC WASTE
           6.4.1 TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN RECYCLING OF PLASTIC WASTE TO SUPPORT MARKET GROWTH
                    TABLE 16 MARKET FOR PLASTIC WASTE, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    6.5 BIO-MEDICAL WASTE
           6.5.1 ESCALATED DEMAND FOR HEALTHCARE SERVICES TO BOOST MARKET GROWTH
                    TABLE 17 MARKET FOR BIO-MEDICAL WASTE, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    6.6 OTHERS
           6.6.1 ELEVATED DEMAND FOR RECYCLABLE HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS TO STIMULATE MARKET GROWTH
                    TABLE 18 MARKET FOR OTHERS, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)

7 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE (Page No. - 86)
    7.1 INTRODUCTION
           FIGURE 29 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET SHARE, IN TERMS OF VALUE, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2020 (%)
           TABLE 19 MARKET, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    7.2 OPEN DUMPING
           7.2.1 INEXPENSIVE AND CONVENIENT WAY TO DISCARD WASTE WOULD BOOST DEMAND FOR OPEN DUMPING
                    TABLE 20 MARKET FOR OPEN DUMPING SERVICES, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    7.3 INCINERATION/COMBUSTION
           7.3.1 SURGED NEED TO DESTROY TOXIC WASTE AT HIGH TEMPERATURE TO PROPEL MARKET GROWTH
                    TABLE 21 MARKET FOR INCINERATION/COMBUSTION SERVICES, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    7.4 LANDFILL
           7.4.1 INCREASED NEED TO DISPOSE OF WASTE THAT CANNOT BE RECYCLED CREATES REQUIREMENT FOR LANDFILLS
                    TABLE 22 MARKET FOR LANDFILL SERVICES, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    7.5 RECYCLING
           7.5.1 HIGH ESSENTIALITY TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS TO STIMULATE MARKET GROWTH
                    TABLE 23 MARKET FOR RECYCLING SERVICES, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    7.6 COMPOSTING & ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
           7.6.1 HIGH DEMAND FOR BIOGAS AND COMPOSTING THAT REDUCE ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS TO FOSTER MARKET GROWTH
                    TABLE 24 MARKET FOR COMPOSTING & ANAEROBIC DIGESTION SERVICES, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)

8 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET, BY END USER (Page No. - 93)
    8.1 INTRODUCTION
           FIGURE 30 MARKET SHARE, IN TERMS OF VALUE, BY END USER, 2020 (%)
           TABLE 25 MARKET, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    8.2 RESIDENTIAL
           8.2.1 EVER-INCREASING POPULATION AND SIGNIFICANT SOLID WASTE GENERATION TO DRIVE DEMAND FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES FROM RESIDENTIAL SEGMENT
                    TABLE 26 MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL END USERS, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                    8.2.1.1 Households (direct to customer)
                               8.2.1.1.1 Growing need to recycle hazardous and non-hazardous waste generated through households to create considerable demand for waste management services
                    8.2.1.2 Municipalities
                               8.2.1.2.1 Surging requirement to manage municipal waste as it is the most pervasive and important contributor of waste
                    8.2.1.3 Societies/home associations
                               8.2.1.3.1 Rising demand for waste management services from societies and home associations as they are the second-largest contributor of waste
                    8.2.1.4 Property management
                               8.2.1.4.1 Increasing number of construction projects makes waste management services imperative to keep environment safe and clean
                    8.2.1.5 Others
                                TABLE 27 MARKET FOR RESIDENTIAL END USERS, BY TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    8.3 COMMERCIAL
           8.3.1 DRAMATIC RISE OF URBANIZATION AND THRIVING HOSPITALITY SECTOR TO FUEL DEMAND FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
                    TABLE 28 MARKET FOR COMMERCIAL END USERS, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                    8.3.1.1 Offices and retail stores
                               8.3.1.1.1 Offices and retailers are major users of waste management services from commercial sector
                    8.3.1.2 Commercial property owners
                               8.3.1.2.1 Commercial spaces becoming aware of effective ways of trash removal and disposal
                    8.3.1.3 Restaurants
                               8.3.1.3.1 Restaurants contribute significantly to commercial waste
                    8.3.1.4 Government offices
                               8.3.1.4.1 Government offices usually generate paper waste, plastic waste, and e-waste
                    8.3.1.5 Education and healthcare facilities
                               8.3.1.5.1 Educational institutions and healthcare clinics dominate market for commercial users
                                             TABLE 29 MARKET FOR COMMERCIAL END USERS, BY TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    8.4 INDUSTRIAL
           8.4.1 INCREASING NEED FOR EFFECTIVE WASTE TREATMENT TO PRESERVE EARTH WOULD ACCELERATE MARKET GROWTH
                    TABLE 30 MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL END USERS, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                    8.4.1.1 Construction, renovation, and demolition sites
                               8.4.1.1.1 Construction, renovation, and demolition sites to lead market for industrial segment in coming years
                    8.4.1.2 Manufacturing facilities
                               8.4.1.2.1 Manufacturing facilities generate toxic waste that can be managed and disposed of according to government norms and guidelines
                                             TABLE 31 MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL END USERS, BY TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)

9 GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS (Page No. - 102)
    9.1 INTRODUCTION
           FIGURE 31 MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC TO GROW AT HIGHEST CAGR FROM 2021 TO 2026
           FIGURE 32 MARKET SHARE, IN TERMS OF VALUE, BY REGION, 2020
           TABLE 32 GLOBAL MARKET, BY REGION, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    9.2 ASIA PACIFIC
           FIGURE 33 ASIA PACIFIC: SNAPSHOT, 2020
           TABLE 33 MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC, BY WASTE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 34 MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 35 MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 36 MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC, BY COUNTRY, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.2.1 CHINA
                    9.2.1.1 Rising focus of government to reduce plastic pollution would drive market
                                TABLE 37 MARKET IN CHINA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 38 MARKET IN CHINA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.2.2 JAPAN
                    9.2.2.1 Growing emphasis of country on waste recycling to accelerate market growth
                                TABLE 39 MARKET IN JAPAN, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 40 MARKET IN JAPAN, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.2.3 INDIA
                    9.2.3.1 Increasing government investment in waste management and recycling to support market growth
                                TABLE 41 MARKET IN INDIA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 42 MARKET IN INDIA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.2.4 AUSTRALIA
                    9.2.4.1 Increasing focus of government on recycling e-waste to promote market growth
                                TABLE 43 MARKET AUSTRALIA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 44 MARKET AUSTRALIA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.2.5 SOUTH KOREA
                    9.2.5.1 Surging need to transform waste into energy to meet rising energy demand to stimulate market growth
                                TABLE 45 MARKET IN SOUTH KOREA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 46 MARKET IN SOUTH KOREA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.2.6 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC
                    TABLE 47 MARKET IN REST OF ASIA PACIFIC, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                    TABLE 48 MARKET REST OF ASIA PACIFIC, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    9.3 NORTH AMERICA
           FIGURE 34 NORTH AMERICA: MARKET SNAPSHOT, 2020
           TABLE 49 MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA, BY WASTE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 50 MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 51 MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 52 MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA, BY COUNTRY, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.3.1 US
                    9.3.1.1 Increasing purchasing power of consumers, along with rapid urbanization, to propel market growth
                                TABLE 53 MARKET IN US, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 54 MARKET IN US, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.3.2 CANADA
                    9.3.2.1 Growing demand for waste collection services, coupled with countryí»s zero plastic waste initiative, to boost market growth
                                TABLE 55 MARKET IN CANADA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 56 MARKET IN CANADA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.3.3 MEXICO
                    9.3.3.1 Increasing government focus on adopting zero waste strategy to spike demand for waste management services
                                TABLE 57 MARKET IN MEXICO, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 58 MARKET MEXICO, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    9.4 EUROPE
           TABLE 59 MARKET IN EUROPE, BY WASTE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 60 MARKET IN EUROPE, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 61 MARKET IN EUROPE, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 62 MARKET IN EUROPE, BY COUNTRY, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.4.1 GERMANY
                    9.4.1.1 Growing plastic packaging industry to create need for waste management
                                TABLE 63 MARKET IN GERMANY, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 64 MARKET IN GERMANY, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.4.2 UK
                    9.4.2.1 Increasing focus on plastic recycling to boost demand for waste management services
                                TABLE 65 MARKET IN UK, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 66 MARKET IN UK, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.4.3 FRANCE
                    9.4.3.1 Growing waste generation from healthcare facilities to drive demand for waste management services
                                TABLE 67 MARKET IN FRANCE, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 68 MARKET IN FRANCE, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.4.4 SPAIN
                    9.4.4.1 Changing consumer habits and strong government efforts to prevent food waste to achieve economic and environmental gain to promote market growth
                                TABLE 69 MARKET IN SPAIN, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 70 MARKET IN SPAIN, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.4.5 RUSSIA
                    9.4.5.1 Increasing awareness regarding positive impact of waste minimization and recycling on environment supporting market growth
                                TABLE 71 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET IN RUSSIA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 72 MARKET IN RUSSIA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.4.6 REST OF EUROPE
                    TABLE 73 MARKET IN REST OF EUROPE, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                    TABLE 74 MARKET IN REST OF EUROPE, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    9.5 SOUTH AMERICA
           TABLE 75 MARKET IN SOUTH AMERICA, BY WASTE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 76 MARKET IN SOUTH AMERICA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 77 MARKET IN SOUTH AMERICA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 78 MARKET IN SOUTH AMERICA, BY COUNTRY, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.5.1 BRAZIL
                    9.5.1.1 Rising middle-class population, coupled with industrial development, to augment market growth
                                TABLE 79 MARKET IN BRAZIL, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 80 MARKET BRAZIL, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.5.2 ARGENTINA
                    9.5.2.1 Booming food & beverages industry to spur demand for waste management services
                                TABLE 81 MARKET IN ARGENTINA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 82 MARKET IN ARGENTINA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.5.3 CHILE
                    9.5.3.1 Growing municipal solid waste generation to spur demand for waste management services
                                TABLE 83 MARKET IN CHILE, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 84 MARKET IN CHILE, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.5.4 REST OF SOUTH AMERICA
                    TABLE 85 MARKET REST OF SOUTH AMERICA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                    TABLE 86 MARKET IN REST OF SOUTH AMERICA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
    9.6 MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA
           TABLE 87 MARKET IN MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA, BY WASTE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 88 MARKET MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 89 MARKET IN MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           TABLE 90 MARKET IN MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA, BY COUNTRY, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.6.1 SAUDI ARABIA
                    9.6.1.1 Increased government focus on solid waste management to promote market growth
                                TABLE 91 MARKET IN SAUDI ARABIA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 92 MARKET IN SAUDI ARABIA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.6.2 UAE
                    9.6.2.1 Escalated need to generate clean energy to encourage adoption of waste management services
                                TABLE 93 MARKET IN UAE, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 94 MARKET IN UAE, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.6.3 SOUTH AFRICA
                    9.6.3.1 Elevated focus on recycling domestic waste to boost market growth
                                TABLE 95 MARKET IN SOUTH AFRICA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                                TABLE 96 MARKET IN SOUTH AFRICA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
           9.6.4 REST OF MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA
                    TABLE 97 MARKET IN REST OF MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA, BY SERVICE TYPE, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)
                    TABLE 98 MARKET IN REST OF MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA, BY END USER, 2019ĘC2026 (USD BILLION)

10 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE (Page No. - 141)
     10.1 KEY PLAYERS STRATEGIES
             TABLE 99 OVERVIEW OF KEY STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY TOP PLAYERS, JANUARY 2018ĘCJUNE 2021
     10.2 MARKET SHARE OF TOP FIVE PLAYERS
             TABLE 100 UTILITY COMMUNICATION MARKET: DEGREE OF COMPETITION
             FIGURE 35 WASTE MANAGEMENT MARKET SHARE, 2020
     10.3 MARKET EVALUATION FRAMEWORK
             FIGURE 36 MARKET EVALUATION FRAMEWORK (2018ĘC2021)
     10.4 REVENUE ANALYSIS OF TOP FIVE MARKET PLAYERS
             FIGURE 37 TOP FIVE PLAYERS DOMINATED MARKET FROM 2016 TO 2020
     10.5 COMPANY EVALUATION MATRIX
             10.5.1 STAR
             10.5.2 EMERGING LEADER
             10.5.3 PERVASIVE
             10.5.4 PARTICIPANT
                       FIGURE 38 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING: MARKET, 2020
                       TABLE 101 COMPANY WASTE TYPE FOOTPRINT
                       TABLE 102 COMPANY END USER FOOTPRINT
                       TABLE 103 COMPANY REGION FOOTPRINT
                       TABLE 104 COMPANY FOOTPRINT
     10.6 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING OF START-UPS
             10.6.1 PROGRESSIVE COMPANY
             10.6.2 RESPONSIVE COMPANY
             10.6.3 STARTING BLOCK
             10.6.4 DYNAMIC COMPANY
                       FIGURE 39 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING OF START-UPS, 2020
     10.7 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO
             TABLE 105 MARKET: PRODUCT LAUNCHES AND DEVELOPMENTS, JANUARY 2018ĘCJUNE 2021
             TABLE 106 MARKET: DEALS, JANUARY 2018ĘCJUNE 2021
             TABLE 107 MARKET: OTHERS, JANUARY 2018ĘCJUNE 2021

11 COMPANY PROFILES (Page No. - 156)
     11.1 KEY COMPANIES
(Business and Financial Overview, Products/Solutions/Services Offered, Recent Developments, and MnM View)*
             11.1.1 WASTE MANAGEMENT
                       TABLE 108 WASTE MANAGEMENT: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 40 WASTE MANAGEMENT: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                       TABLE 109 WASTE MANAGEMENT: PRODUCTS/SOLUTIONS/SERVICES OFFERED
                       TABLE 110 WASTE MANAGEMENT: PRODUCT LAUNCHES AND DEVELOPMENTS
                       TABLE 111 WASTE MANAGEMENT: DEALS
             11.1.2 SUEZ
                       TABLE 112 SUEZ: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 41 SUEZ: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                       TABLE 113 SUEZ: PRODUCTS/SOLUTIONS/SERVICES OFFERED
                       TABLE 114 SUEZ: DEALS
                       TABLE 115 SUEZ: OTHERS
                       TABLE 116 SUEZ: OTHER DEVELOPMENTS
             11.1.3 VEOLIA
                       TABLE 117 VEOLIA: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 42 VEOLIA: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                       TABLE 118 VEOLIA: DEALS
                       TABLE 119 VEOLIA: PRODUCT LAUNCHED AND DEVELOPMENTS
                       TABLE 120 VEOLIA: OTHERS
             11.1.4 WASTE CONNECTIONS
                       TABLE 121 WASTE CONNECTIONS: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 43 WASTE CONNECTIONS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                       TABLE 122 WASTE CONNECTIONS: DEALS
             11.1.5 REPUBLIC SERVICES
                       TABLE 123 REPUBLIC SERVICES: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 44 REPUBLIC SERVICES: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                       TABLE 124 REPUBLIC SERVICES: OTHERS
                       TABLE 125 REPUBLIC SERVICES: DEALS
             11.1.6 BIFFA
                       TABLE 126 BIFFA: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 45 BIFFA: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                       TABLE 127 BIFFA: DEALS
                       TABLE 128 BIFFA: PRODUCT LAUNCHES AND DEVELOPMENTS
                       TABLE 129 BIFFA: OTHERS
             11.1.7 CLEAN HARBORS
                       TABLE 130 CLEAN HARBORS: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 46 CLEAN HARBORS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                       TABLE 131 CLEAN HARBORS: DEALS
             11.1.8 COVANTA HOLDING
                       TABLE 132 COVANTA HOLDING: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 47 COVANTA HOLDING: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                       TABLE 133 COVANTA HOLDING: DEALS
             11.1.9 DAISEKI
                       TABLE 134 DAISEKI: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                       FIGURE 48 DAISEKI: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
             11.1.10 HITACHI ZOSEN
                        TABLE 135 HITACHI ZOSEN: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                        FIGURE 49 HITACHI ZOSEN: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                        TABLE 136 HITACHI ZOSEN: PRODUCT LAUNCHES
                        TABLE 137 HITACHI ZOSEN: DEALS
                        TABLE 138 HITACHI ZOSEN: OTHERS
             11.1.11 REMONDIS SE & CO. KG
                        TABLE 139 REMONDIS SE & CO. KG: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                        TABLE 140 REMONDIS SE & CO. KG: PRODUCT LAUNCHES AND DEVELOPMENTS
                        TABLE 141 REMONDIS SE & CO. KG: DEALS
             11.1.12 URBASER
                        TABLE 142 URBASER: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                        TABLE 143 URBASER: PRODUCT LAUNCHES AND DEVELOPMENTS
                        TABLE 144 URBASER: OTHERS
                        TABLE 145 URBASER: OTHERS
             11.1.13 FCC ENVIRONMENT
                        TABLE 146 FCC ENVIRONMENT: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                        FIGURE 50 FCC ENVIRONMENT: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                        TABLE 147 FCC ENVIRONMENT: OTHERS
                        TABLE 148 FCC ENVIRONMENT: OTHERS
             11.1.14 BIOMEDICAL WASTE SOLUTIONS
                        TABLE 149 BIOMEDICAL WASTE SOLUTIONS: COMPANY OVERVIEW
             11.1.15 STERICYCLE
                        TABLE 150 STERICYCLE: COMPANY OVERVIEW
                        FIGURE 51 STERICYCLE: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
                        TABLE 151 STERICYCLE: DEALS
* Business and Financial Overview, Products/Solutions/Services Offered, Recent Developments, and MnM View might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
     11.2 SME PLAYERS
             11.2.1 ECOMED SERVICES
             11.2.2 SKRAP
             11.2.3 RECYGLO
             11.2.4 SAAHAS ZERO WASTE
             11.2.5 RECYCLE TRACK SYSTEMS
             11.2.6 GEM ENVIRO MANAGEMENT PVT LTD.
             11.2.7 RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES
             11.2.8 VITAL WASTE
             11.2.9 REKOSISTEM
             11.2.10 UNBOUND CHEMICALS

12 APPENDIX (Page No. - 221)
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This study involved four major activities in estimating the current market size for waste management. Exhaustive secondary research was done to collect information on the market and the peer market. The next step was to validate these findings, assumptions, and market sizing with industry experts across the value chain through primary research. Both top-down and bottom-up approaches were used to estimate the total market size. After that, the market breakdown and data triangulation were done to estimate the market size of the segments and subsegments.

Secondary Research

This research study involved the use of extensive secondary sources, directories, and databases, such as Hooverí»s, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Factiva, World Bank, EPA, to identify and collect information useful for a technical, market-oriented, and commercial study of the global waste management market. The other secondary sources included annual reports, press releases & investor presentations of companies, white papers, certified publications, articles by recognized authors, service providers associations, trade directories, and databases.  

Primary Research

The waste management market comprises several stakeholders, such as environmental service providers; associations and industry bodies; municipalities, local, regional authorities; plastic and special plastic materials, chemical providers; and others. The demand side of this market is characterized by estimating the year-on-year installation of waste management. Various primary sources from both the supply and demand sides of the market were interviewed to obtain qualitative and quantitative information. The breakdown of primary respondents is as following

Waste Management Market Size, and Share

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Market Size Estimation

Both top-down and bottom-up approaches have been used to estimate and validate the size of the global waste management market and its dependent submarkets. These methods were also used extensively to estimate the size of various subsegments in the market. The research methodology used to estimate the market size includes the following:

  • The key players in the industry and market have been identified through extensive secondary research, and their market shares in the respective regions have been determined through both primary and secondary research.
  • The industryí»s supply chain and market size, in terms of value, have been determined through primary and secondary research processes.
  • All percentage shares, splits, and breakdowns have been determined using secondary sources and verified through primary sources.

Waste Management Market Size, and Share

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Data Triangulation

After arriving at the overall market sizeí¬using the market size estimation processes as explained aboveí¬the market was split into segments and subsegments. To complete the overall market engineering process and arrive at the exact statistics of each market segment and subsegment, the data triangulation, and market breakdown procedures were employed, wherever applicable. The data was triangulated by studying various factors and trends from both the demand and supply sides.

Report Objectives

  • To define, describe, waste management market, based on waste type, service type, and end user
  • To provide detailed information on the major factors influencing the growth of the market (drivers, restraints, opportunities, and industry-specific challenges)
  • To strategically analyze the market with respect to individual growth trends, prospects, and contribution of each segment to the market
  • To analyze the impact of COVID-19 on the market for the estimation of the market size
  • To analyze market opportunities for stakeholders and details of a competitive landscape for market leaders
  • To forecast the growth of the market with respect to the major regions (Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, South America, the Middle East, & Africa)
  • To strategically profile key players and comprehensively analyze their market share and core competencies
  • To track and analyze competitive developments, such as new product launches, contracts,  agreements, investments & expansions, and mergers & acquisitions, in the waste management market

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