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美國的城市的廢棄物管理的機會評估 - 至2023年的預測

Opportunity Assessment of Waste Management in US Cities - by Waste Management Outlook (Budget, Programs, Volume, and Disposal Statistics), Key Initiatives, and Cities (Boston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Seattle, and San Diego) - Forecast to 2023

出版商 MarketsandMarkets 商品編碼 853661
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 136 Pages
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美國的城市的廢棄物管理的機會評估 - 至2023年的預測 Opportunity Assessment of Waste Management in US Cities - by Waste Management Outlook (Budget, Programs, Volume, and Disposal Statistics), Key Initiatives, and Cities (Boston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Seattle, and San Diego) - Forecast to 2023
出版日期: 2019年05月23日內容資訊: 英文 136 Pages
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美國的城市的廢棄物管理投資的規模,估計從2018年的10億美元到2023年擴大到17億美元,在預測期間中預計為10.4%的年複合成長率。西雅圖是美國的主要城市,不過,13年連續回收率增加 (2003-2016年)。2016年的西雅圖的城市垃圾的回收率,為58.8%年度增加0.8%。在美國的主要城市中促進廢棄物管理的主要原因,是對廢棄物的收集及回收設施的運輸的重視,廢棄物分類銷售給重新製造產品的廠商,州政府對廢棄物回收和能源產出的關注高漲,及智慧廢棄物管理系統的引進擴大等。

本報告提供美國的城市的廢棄物管理市場相關調查分析,廢棄物管理的現狀,瑞典和舊金山的案例,主要城市的機會分析等。

第1章 調查手法

第2章 摘要整理

第3章 廢棄物管理:現狀

  • 美國的城市的廢棄物管理統計
  • 廢棄物零的主要舉措、目標
  • 主要政策的考察

第4章 廢棄物管理統計:瑞典及舊金山

  • 瑞典
    • 廢棄物管理統計
    • 廢棄物管理法
    • 廢棄物處理名次
    • 回收舉措
  • 舊金山
    • 回收舉措
    • 回收舉措的優點及缺點

第5章 機會分析:各都市

  • 費城
    • 廢棄物管理的展望
    • 相關利益者
    • 廢棄物管理之旅
    • 廢棄物零統計
    • 廢棄物管理計劃
    • 市場動態
    • 主要的聯絡處
  • 西雅圖
  • 洛杉磯
  • 聖地牙哥
  • 波士頓

第6章 附錄

目錄
Product Code: TC 7113

"Increasing focus on waste recycling and energy generation and adoption of IoT-based smart waste management systems to drive the market"

MarketsandMarkets estimates the waste management investments in US cities to grow from USD 1.0 billion in 2018 to USD 1.7 billion by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 10.4% during the forecast period. Seattle, a major city in the US, has increased its overall recycling rate for 13 consecutive years (2003-2016). In 2016, Seattle recycled 58.8% of its municipal solid waste with an annual increase of 0.8%. The city aims to achieve overall 70% recycling rate by 2022. Key factors driving the waste management assessment in the select major US cities include an increasing focus on the collection of waste materials and transportation to recycling facilities, sorting material type and selling them to manufacturers to make new products, state governments' increasing focus on waste recycling and energy generation, and increasing adoption of smart waste management systems.

Increasing focus on waste recycling to provide growth opportunities

Population explosion, coupled with improved life style, results in increased generation of solid wastes in urban as well as rural areas. In US cities, there is a marked distinction between the solid waste from urban and rural areas. However, due to increased urbanization, fast adoption of 'use & throw concept' and equally fast communication the gap between the two is diminishing. The solid waste from rural areas is more of a biodegradable nature and the same from urban areas contains more non-biodegradable components, such as plastics and packaging. Recycling organic materials which include food and compostable paper is the biggest opportunity to reduce trash and focus on recycling initiatives. Organics make up about one-quarter of overall trash, and few people are taking part in organics recycling programs yet. The increasing focus on vendors toward organic waste in the region is expected to provide growth opportunities for the market vendors.

Increasing adoption of IoT-based smart waste management systems to improve assessment capabilities

Internet and its applications have become an integral part and essential tools in smart waste management to increase the overall efficiency and reduce operational costs. Owing to increasing demand and necessity, the implementation of smart waste management using IoT assures the collection of garbage soon as the garbage level reaches its maximum level. The system will thus provide accurate reports, increasing the efficiency of the system. The real-time monitoring of the garbage level with the help of sensors and wireless communication reduces the total number of trips required of garbage collecting vehicles and the total expenditure associated with the garbage collection. Thus, the dustbins will be cleared as and when filled, giving way to better infrastructure and increased hygiene.

In-depth interviews were conducted with the Chief Executive Officers (CEOs), marketing directors, other innovation and technology directors, and executives from various key organizations operating in the waste management market to figure out assessment opportunities for key cities in the US.

  • By Company: Tier 1 - 20%, Tier 2 - 55%, and Tier 3 - 25%
  • By Designation: C-Level - 50%, Director Level - 25%, and Others - 25%
  • By Region: North America - 60%, Europe - 20%, APAC - 10%, and RoW - 10%

Major vendors offering waste management systems include: Bigbelly, Inc. (US), Compology (US), OnePlus Systems (US), Ecube Labs (South Korea), Waste Management Inc. (US), Republic Services Inc. (US), Covanta Holding Corporation (US), Recology (US), Athens Services (US), and Bin-e (Poland). The study includes an in-depth competitive analysis of the key players in the waste management market, along with their projects and investments, recent developments, and key market strategies. Market players have embraced different strategies to bring innovative solutions to the expand their global presence and increase their market shares. The vendors have focused on IoT-based sensors to deploy innovative waste recycling and energy generation systems.

Research Coverage:

The waste management opportunity assessment primarily focuses on key cities in the US. Other regions where the study is conducted includes Sweden and China.

Key benefits of the report:

The report would help the market leaders/new entrants in the market with the information on the closest approximations of the revenue numbers for the overall waste management market and its subsegments. The report would help stakeholders understand the competitive landscape and gain insights to better position their businesses and plan suitable go-to-market strategies. It would also help stakeholders understand the pulse of the market and provides them with the information on the key market drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 2.1. ANALYSIS BY CITY
  • 2.2. WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE US - KEY INSIGHTS
  • 2.3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - PHILADELPHIA
  • 2.4. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - SEATTLE
  • 2.5. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - LOS ANGELES
  • 2.6. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - SAN DIEGO
  • 2.7. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - BOSTON
  • 2.8. VENDOR ANALYSIS
    • 2.8.1. SMART WASTE AND RECYCLING SYSTEM AND VENDORS
  • 2.9. PROMISING TECHNOLOGIES IN GLOBAL SMART WASTE AND RECYCLING

3. WASTE MANAGEMENT - CURRENT STATUS

  • 3.1. US CITIES WASTE MANAGEMENT STATISTICS
  • 3.2. ZERO WASTE MANAGEMENT KEY INITIATIVES AND GOALS
  • 3.3. KEY POLICY INSIGHTS

4. WASTE MANAGEMENT STATISTICS: SWEDEN AND SAN FRANCISCO

  • 4.1. SWEDEN
    • 4.1.1. SWEDEN: WASTE MANAGEMENT STATISTICS
    • 4.1.2. SWEDEN: WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS
    • 4.1.3. SWEDEN: WASTE TREATMENT HIERARCHY
    • 4.1.4. SWEDEN: RECYCLING INITIATIVES
  • 4.2. SAN FRANCISCO
    • 4.2.1. SAN FRANCISCO: RECYCLING INITIATIVES
    • 4.2.2. SAN FRANCISCO: RECYCLING INITIATIVES ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES

5. OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS BY CITY

  • 5.1. PHILADELPHIA
    • 5.1.1. WASTE MANAGEMENT OUTLOOK
    • 5.1.2. STAKEHOLDERS
    • 5.1.3. WASTE MANAGEMENT JOURNEY IN PHILADELPHIA
    • 5.1.4. ZERO WASTE STATISTICS
    • 5.1.5. WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
    • 5.1.6. MARKET DYNAMICS
    • 5.1.7. KEY CONTACTS IN PHILADELPHIA
  • 5.2. SEATTLE
    • 5.2.1. WASTE MANAGEMENT OUTLOOK
    • 5.2.2. WASTE MANAGEMENT STATISTICS
    • 5.2.3. WASTE MANAGEMENT GOALS
    • 5.2.4. WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
    • 5.2.5. MARKET DYNAMICS
    • 5.2.6. KEY CONTACTS IN SEATTLE
  • 5.3. LOS ANGELES
    • 5.3.1. WASTE MANAGEMENT OUTLOOK
    • 5.3.2. STAKEHOLDERS
    • 5.3.3. WASTE MANAGEMENT JOURNEY IN LOS ANGELES
    • 5.3.4. DISPOSAL FACILITIES
    • 5.3.5. WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS
    • 5.3.6. MARKET DYNAMICS
    • 5.3.7. KEY CONTACTS IN LOS ANGELES
  • 5.4. SAN DIEGO
    • 5.4.1. WASTE MANAGEMENT OUTLOOK
    • 5.4.2. STAKEHOLDERS
    • 5.4.3. WASTE MANAGEMENT JOURNEY IN SAN DIEGO
    • 5.4.4. ZERO WASTE GOALS
    • 5.4.5. MARKET DYNAMICS
    • 5.4.6. KEY CONTACTS : SAN DIEGO
  • 5.5. BOSTON
    • 5.5.1. WASTE MANAGEMENT OUTLOOK
    • 5.5.2. STAKEHOLDERS
    • 5.5.3. WASTE MANAGEMENT JOURNEY IN BOSTON
    • 5.5.4. WASTE MANAGEMENT GOALS
    • 5.5.5. MARKET DYNAMICS

6. APPENDIX

  • 6.1. PHILADELPHIA APPENDIX - MAJOR WASTE CATEGORIES
  • 6.2. SEATTLE APPENDIX - WASTE SEGREGATION
  • 6.3. SEATTLE APPENDIX - VENDOR COMPENSATION
  • 6.4. LA APPENDIX- CITYWIDE CURBSIDE RECYCLING PROGRAM: HOUSEHOLD RECYCLABLE MATERIALS GUIDE
  • 6.5. SAN DIEGO APPENDIX - FRANCHISED HAULER LIST

LIST OF TABLES

  • TABLE 1: US GARBAGE COMPOSITION: BY WASTE MATERIAL TYPE, 2018
  • TABLE 2: KEY VENDORS HANDLING WASTE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES IN PHILADELPHIA SINCE 2012
  • TABLE 3: BIGBELLY PROGRAM IN PHILADELPHIA: INDICATING CITY'S CAREFUL PLANNING
  • TABLE 4: KEY CONTACTS IN PHILADELPHIA
  • TABLE 5: SEATTLE: RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS (SINGLE FAMILY & MULTIFAMILY)
  • TABLE 6: KEY CONTACTS IN SEATTLE
  • TABLE 7: MAJOR DISPOSAL FACILITIES IN LOS ANGELES
  • TABLE 8: ACCOUNTS PER HAULER
  • TABLE 9: KEY CONTACTS IN LOS ANGELES
  • TABLE 10: KEY CONTACTS : SAN DIEGO
  • TABLE 11: ECONOMICAL BENEFITS OF RECYCLING
  • TABLE 12: BOSTON HAS DESIGNED NEW SERVICES, RULES AND OUTREACH / AWARENESS INITIATIVES FOR RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL SEGMENTS
  • TABLE 13: LA APPENDIX - CONTRACTUAL CHARGES AND RATES
  • TABLE 14: SAN DIEGO APPENDIX - FRANCHISED HAULER LIST
  • TABLE 15: SAN DIEGO APPENDIX - PROPOSED PROGRAMS FOR 75% DIVERSION BY 2020

LIST OF FIGURES

  • FIGURE 1: PROMISING TECHNOLOGIES IN GLOBAL SMART WASTE AND RECYCLING
  • FIGURE 2: US GARBAGE COMPOSITION: BY WASTE MATERIAL TYPE, 2018 (% SHARE)
  • FIGURE 3: WASTE TREATMENT HIERARCHY IN SWEDEN
  • FIGURE 4: PHILADELPHIA GROSS MUNICIPAL WASTE (IN MILLION TONS)
  • FIGURE 5: PHILADELPHIA WASTE MANAGEMENT OUTLOOK (2014)
  • FIGURE 6: PHILADELPHIA WASTE MANAGEMENT STATISTICS (2016-2018)
  • FIGURE 7: SEATTLE SOLID WASTE GENERATED BY SECTOR (IN THOUSAND TONS) , 2011-2016
  • FIGURE 8: SEATTLE WASTE MANAGEMENT BY METHOD (IN THOUSAND TONS), 2011-2016
  • FIGURE 9: SOLID WASTE FUND (USD M), 2015-2018
  • FIGURE 10: COST ALLOCATION BY SEGMENT (2017)
  • FIGURE 11: COST ALLOCATION BY EXPENSES HEAD
  • FIGURE 12: SPENDING BY MAJOR CATEGORY (2017)
  • FIGURE 13: LOS ANGELES WASTE GENERATION BY SEGMENT (2013)
  • FIGURE 14: LOS ANGELES WASTE MANAGEMENT OUTLOOK
  • FIGURE 15: LOS ANGELES WASTE DISPOSED BY LOCATIONS (2016)
  • FIGURE 16: LOS ANGELES COMMERCIAL WASTE GENERATED BY BUSINESS GROUP (2014)
  • FIGURE 17: LOS ANGELES SOLID WASTE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL BUDGET (USD M), 2016-2019
  • FIGURE 18: ACCOUNTS (%) BY HAULERS
  • FIGURE 19: WASTE DISPOSAL BY SECTOR (2013)
  • FIGURE 20: SAN DIEGO WASTE MANAGEMENT OUTLOOK (2013)
  • FIGURE 21: WASTE VOLUME HANDLED BY HAULERS IN COMMERCIAL AND MULTI-FAMILY SEGMENTS (2013) IN THOUSAND TONS
  • FIGURE 22: SAN DIEGO CONTRIBUTION OF GENERAL FUND FOR WASTE COLLECTION (USD M), 2016-2018
  • FIGURE 23: SAN DIEGO AUTOMATED REFUSE CONTAINER FUND (USD M), 2016-2018
  • FIGURE 24: SAN DIEGO CONTRIBUTION OF ENTERPRISE FUND FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT INITIATIVES (IN USD M)
  • FIGURE 25: BOSTON RESIDENTIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN BOSTON (IN THOUSAND TONS) 2013 - 2017
  • FIGURE 26: BOSTON RESIDENTIAL DISPOSAL COMPOSITION BY TYPE (2016)
  • FIGURE 27: BOSTON COMMERCIAL DISPOSAL COMPOSITION BY TYPE (2016)
  • FIGURE 28: BOSTON WASTE REDUCTION BUDGET (USD M), 2013-2018
  • FIGURE 29: SEATTLE PROPOSED MONTHLY COMPENSATION TO WASTE MANAGEMENT INC. FOR WASTE COLLECTION IN 2019 (TOTAL COLLECTION PAYMENT : USD 2.5M)
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