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Waste Management (Industrial Report) - UK - August 2014

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : Aug 2014

Category :

Waste Management

No. of Pages : 123 Pages

Waste management has changed significantly over the last two decades, with this change more evident over the last five years largely due to the growing importance of reaching EU directive targets. There has been a sharp decline in the amount of waste disposed to landfill and an increase in recycling.

Table of Content

Executive Summary

Market size
Figure 1: Waste arisings in the UK, by source, 2009-13
Market trends
Figure 2: Household waste in England, by collection method, 2008/09-2012/13
Figure 3: Landfill capacity in England and Wales, 2008-12
Figure 4: Regional recycling rates, England, 2012-13
Market factors
EU directives and approach have driven recent UK policy aims and objectives
The economic recovery has led to new challenges in the reduction in waste arisings
Recycling has increased strongly over the last decade, but growth is beginning to stagnate
New technology has increased in the industry amid the threat of irreversible environmental change
Companies
Forecast
Total UK waste arisings are forecast to decline at a slower rate than over the last five years
Figure 5: Forecast waste arisings in the UK, 2014-18
Figure 6: Forecast household waste arisings in the UK, 2014-18
What we think

Introduction

Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning

UK Economy

Key points
Overview
Inflation
Interest rates
Consumer spending
Business investment

Market Factors

Key points

Waste Arisings

Key points
Waste arising
Figure 7: Waste arisings in the UK, by source, 2009-13
Figure 8: Waste arisings in the UK graph, by source, 2009-13
Household waste
Figure 9: Analysis of the trends in household waste arisings in the UK, by country, 2009-13
Figure 10: Analysis of the composition of household waste in the UK, 2013
Figure 11: Analysis of the composition of household waste in the UK graph, 2013
Commercial waste
Figure 12: Analysis of the trends in commercial waste arisings in the UK, 2009-13
Figure 13: Analysis of the trends in commercial waste arisings in the UK graph, 2009-13
Figure 14: Analysis of the packaging element of commercial waste, 2012
Figure 15: Analysis of commercial and industrial waste arisings in England, 2009
Figure 16: Analysis of commercial and industrial waste arisings in England graph, 2009
Figure 17: Analysis of commercial waste arisings, by sector, 2013
Industrial waste
Figure 18: Analysis of the trends in industrial waste arisings in the UK, 2009-13
Figure 19: Analysis of the trends in industrial waste arisings in the UK graph, 2009-13
Figure 20: Analysis of industrial waste arisings, by sector, 2013
Figure 21: Analysis of the trends in construction and demolition waste arisings in the UK, 2009-13
Figure 22: Analysis of the trends in construction and demolition waste arisings in the UK graph, 2009-13
Figure 23: Analysis of the trends in mining and quarrying waste arisings in the UK, 2009-13
Figure 24: Analysis of the trends in mining and quarrying waste arisings in the UK graph, 2009-13
Sewage sludge
Figure 25: Analysis of the trends in sewage sludge arisings in the UK, 2008-12
Figure 26: Analysis of the trends in sewage sludge arisings in the UK graph, 2008-12
Hazardous waste
Figure 27: Analysis of the trends in hazardous waste deposits in England and Wales, 2009-13
Figure 28: Hazardous waste production in England and Wales, by EWC Chapter, 2007-11

Collection

Key points
Household
Figure 29: Household waste in England, by collection method, 2008/09-2012/13
Figure 30: Household waste in England graph, by collection method, 2008/09-2012/13
Commercial and industrial
Figure 31: Analysis of the collection of commercial and industrial waste in the UK, by type of collection, 2013
Figure 32: Analysis of the collection of commercial and industrial waste in the UK graph, by type of collection, 2013

Waste Treatment

Key points
The market
Figure 33: Transfer and treatment deposits in England and Wales, by site type, 2008-12
Figure 34: Landfill capacity in England and Wales, by site type, 2008-12
Figure 35: Landfill capacity in England and Wales, 2008-12
Figure 36: Analysis of commercial and industrial waste disposal in England, by type, 2002 and 2009

Waste Disposal

Key points
Management of municipal waste
England
Figure 37: Regional recycling rates, England, 2012-13
Figure 38: Regional recycling rates graph, England, 2012-13
Figure 39: Carbon impact of local authority waste management in England 2011-12
Scotland
Wales
Northern Ireland
Figure 40: Regional recycling rates, Northern Ireland, 2012-13
Figure 41: Regional recycling rates, Northern Ireland, 2012-13, top/bottom five regions
Hazardous waste
Licenses
Figure 42: Number of permitted and active waste facilities operational in England and Wales, 2011
Figure 43: Number of permitted sites per company, 2010
Landfill
Figure 44: Landfill deposits in England and Wales, by site type, 2008-12
Figure 45: Landfill deposits in England and Wales, 2008-12
Incineration
Figure 46: Waste incinerated in England and Wales, by type, 2012
Fuel
Figure 47: Contribution to electricity generation of waste, in the UK, 2008-12
Producer responsibility obligations
Packaging
Figure 48: Packaging recycling targets, 2012-17
WEEE
Figure 49: Effect of WEEE regulations, 2013
Batteries
Figure 50: Portable batteries placed on the UK market 2011-13 and waste batteries collected and treated, 2013
Vehicles
Figure 51: End of life vehicles, reused, recycled or recovered, 2007-11
Glass
Figure 52: UK glass packaging recycling rate, 2010-12
Cans
Figure 53: UK steel packaging recycling rate, 2007-11
Figure 54: UK aluminium packaging recycling rate, 2006-10
Paper
Figure 55: Recovered paper domestic usage and production of paper and board in the UK, 2012
Figure 56: UK paper and board packaging recycling rate, 2007-11
Plastic
Figure 57: UK plastic packaging recycling rate, 2007-11
Oils, chemicals and solvents
Figure 58: Analysis of oil and oil/water mixtures waste deposits handled and treated/landfilled in England and Wales, 2007-11
Textiles
Domestic metal recycling
Figure 59: Metal recycling of waste in England and Wales, 2008-12
Industrial metal recycling
Figure 60: De-pollution of vehicles in England and Wales, 2008-12
Compost
Figure 61: Composting of waste in England and Wales, 2008-12
Figure 62: Biological treatment of waste in England and Wales, 2008-12
Tyres

Industry Structure

Key points
Industry development
Figure 63: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the collection of non-hazardous waste industry, 2009-13
Figure 64: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the collection of non-hazardous waste industry graph, 2009-13
Figure 65: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the collection of hazardous waste industry, 2009-13
Figure 66: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the treatment and disposal of non-hazardous waste industry, 2009-13
Figure 67: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the treatment and disposal of non-hazardous waste industry graph, 2009-13
Figure 68: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the treatment and disposal of hazardous waste industry, 2009-13
Figure 69: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the dismantling of wrecks industry, 2009-13
Figure 70: Analysis of the changes in the structure of the recovery of sorted materials industry, 2009-13
Structure by employment
Figure 71: Analysis of the employment structure of the waste collection, treatment and disposal activities and materials recovery industries, 2011-13
Structure by turnover
Figure 72: Analysis of the financial structure of the waste collection, treatment and disposal activities and materials recovery industry, 2011-13
Companies

Biffa

Figure 73: Financial analysis of Biffa Group, 2009013
Biffa Waste Services
Figure 74: Financial analysis of Biffa Waste Services, 2009-13

UK Waste Management

Figure 75: Financial analysis of UK Waste Management, 2009-13

Cory Environmental

Figure 76: Financial analysis of Cory Environmental, 2008-12

FCC Environment UK (formerly Focsa Services)

Figure 77: Financial analysis of FCC Environment UK, 2008-12

MRS Environmental Services

Figure 78: Financial analysis of MRS Environmental Services, 2008-12

Shanks Group

Figure 79: Financial analysis of Shanks Group, 2010-14

Sita Uk

Figure 80: Financial analysis of SITA UK, 2008-12

Veolia Environmental Services (UK)

Figure 81: Financial analysis of Veolia Environmental Services (UK), 2009-13
Figure 82: Analysis of profiled companies’ turnover, 2009-12

Forecast

Key points
Waste arisings
Figure 83: Forecast waste arising in the UK, 2014-18
Figure 84: Forecast waste arisings in the UK graph, 2014-18
Household waste arisings
Figure 85: Forecast household waste arising in the UK, 2014-18
Figure 86: Forecast household waste arisings in the UK graph, 2014-18
Construction and demolition waste arisings
Figure 87: Forecast construction and demolition waste arising in the UK, 2014-18
Waste collection
Waste treatment, disposal and recovery
Residual waste treatment shortfall
Landfill directive and tax
Government policy
Waste crime
Focus change
Industry

Further Sources and Contacts

Trade associations
Trade magazines
Trade exhibitions

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