U.S. Municipal Solid Waste Management Market Rising Trends, Territorial Outlook and Industry Growth Prospects 2027

The U.S. municipal solid waste management market is projected to record a substantial growth rate over the coming years owing to the rising demand for effective & sustainable waste treatment practices. Municipal solid waste comprises daily items of use like appliances, batteries, clothing, product packaging, furniture, food scraps, newspapers, paint, bottles, and grass clippings.

This type of waste generally comes from businesses, homes, hospitals, and schools. Practices like composting, waste prevention, and recycling would further reduce the amount of waste which is required to be disposed.

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Waste prevention is designing products so as to decrease the amount of waste that is to be thrown away later and also to make the resulting waste a less toxic for the environment. Composting comprises collecting the organic waste like yard trimmings and food scraps, and to store them under conditions which would help it naturally break down. The byproduct of composting further can be utilized as a natural fertilizer.

Recycling is the retrieval of useful materials like metals, paper, plastic, and glass from garbage in order to generate new products, thus lessening the amount of virgin raw material required. These practices would help in controlling and managing the municipal solid waste.

U.S. municipal solid waste management market is segmented in terms of source, treatment, material, and regional landscape.

With respect to source, the U.S. municipal solid waste management market is divided into commercial and residential. Rapid increase in the regional population will drive the residential MSW management statistics. Meanwhile, ongoing investments across service sector industry will proliferate the business outlook for the commercial segment.

Based on treatment, the U.S. MSW management market is classified into disposal and open dumping. Growing concerns towards sustainable waste management practices will surge the disposal solid waste management revenue in the U.S.

In terms of material, the overall U.S. municipal solid waste management market is bifurcated into textiles, yard trimmings, plastics, wood, metals, food, paper & paperboard, and others. The others segment includes leather, rubber, and glass waste.

Municipal solid waste management market from plastics across the U.S. will witness substantial surge on account of growing environmental concerns associated with improper disposal of these wastes. Increasing construction and demolition debris will drive the market size for wood waste management in the U.S.

Textile solid waste management industry is anticipated to witness substantial growth in the U.S. with increasing focus toward fabric reprocessing.

From a regional frame of reference, growing focus towards development of sustainable waste management practices will drive the industry outlook in East North Central region. The West South Central region will witness growth due to a well-established tourism industry in the region, mainly in Texas, driving the MSW management market.

Growing investments in the real estate sector will spur the South Atlantic regional market in coming years.

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Ongoing focus towards recycling of various solid trash will increase the industry size in the East South-Central region. Stringent governmental measures to effectively dispose the harmful solid trash will drive the market demand in the West North Central region.


Chapter 3    U.S. Municipal Solid Waste Management Industry Insights

3.1    Industry segmentation

3.2    Industry landscape, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

3.3    Industry ecosystem analysis

3.3.1    Vendor Matrix

3.4    Innovation and sustainability

3.4.1    Suez Environnement

3.4.2    Covanta Corporation

3.4.3    Wheelabrator Technologies

3.4.4    Clean Harbors

3.4.5    Waste Management, Inc

3.4.6    Veolia

3.4.7    CP Group

3.5    Regulatory landscape

3.5.1    Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of 1984 (HSWA)

3.5.2    Solid Waste Disposal Act of 1965

3.5.3    Resource Recovery Act of 1970

3.5.4    Federal Regulations    Resource Conservation and Recovery Act    42 U.S.C. §6901 et seq. (1976)    Federal Facility Compliance Act of 1992    Land Disposal Program Flexibility Act of 1996

3.5.5    State Regulations    Alabama    Alabama Act    Solid Wates and Recyclable Materials Management Act (SWRMMA)    California    California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery    Senate Bill    SABRC    Connecticut    CTDEEP    Delaware    Delaware Solid Waste Authority (DSWA)    Statewide Solid Waste Management Plan (SSWMP)    Environmental Regulation of MSW    Differential Disposal Fee Program (DDFP)    Recycle Delaware    Curbside Recycling Program    Indiana    Indiana Recycling Coalition    North Carolina    Scrap Tire Management Program    White Goods Management Program    Abandoned Manufactured Homes (AMH) Program    Michigan    Solid Waste Policy 2017    Environmental Protection Act    Recycling Initiative    Nevada    Solid Waste Management Plan    Ohio    Ohio House Bill 592 (HB 592)    State Solid Waste Management Plan    Minnesota    Minnesota Waste Management Act    Minnesota Electronics Recycling Act    Arkansas    Louisiana    Texas    Florida    Florida Rules Related to Recycling    Florida Statutes Regarding Recycling    Wisconsin    Illinois    Solid Waste Management Act (415 ILCS 20/1 et seq.)    Solid Waste Planning and Recycling Act (415 ILCS 15/1 et seq.)    Environmental Protection Act (415 ILCS 5/1 et seq.)    Mercury Thermostat Collection Act (415 ILCS 98/1 et seq.)    Solid Waste Planning and Recycling Act    Kansas    Kansas Solid Waste Management Plan    New Jersey    Statewide Mandatory Source Separation and Recycling Act    Pennsylvania    Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act

3.6    U.S. landfill gate fee

3.7    MSW generation & household spending analysis

3.8    COVID – 19 impact on the overall industry outlook, 2020- 2026

3.8.1    Optimistic view

3.8.2    Realistic view

3.8.3    Pessimistic view

3.9    Household waste sorting practices

3.9.1    U.S.

3.10    Detailed overview on bin sorting and handling technologies

3.10.1    Selection of Technology

3.10.2    Waste sorting processes & technologies

3.11    Industry impact forces

3.11.1    Growth drivers    Innovative waste management practices    Continuous economic growth & expanding commercial sector base    Rising population

3.11.2    Industry pitfalls & challenges    Lack of investments along with availability of an effective SWM regulatory framework

3.12    Porter’s analysis

3.13    Competitive landscape, 2019

3.13.1    Strategy dashboard    Waste Connections    Hitachi Zosen Corporation    Stericycle, Inc.    CP Group    Suez Environnement    Covanta Holding Corporation    Clean Harbors    Veolia    Advanced Disposal Services   Waste Management, Inc.

3.14    PESTEL analysis

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