Sector: Waste Management

The Waste Management subsector consists of the Waste Management industry.

  • The Waste Management industry includes companies that collect, store, dispose of, recycle, or treat various forms of waste from residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Types of waste include municipal solid waste, hazardous waste, recyclable materials, and compostable or organic materials. Major companies are commonly vertically integrated, providing a range of services from waste collection to landfilling and recycling, while others provide specialized services such as treating medical and industrial wastes. Waste-to-energy operations are a distinct industry segment. Certain industry players also provide environmental engineering and consulting services, mostly to large industrial clients.

Recovery Facilities for Solid Waste

Waste Management
Waste Management
Waste Management

Expected Impact

The IOA can reduce pollution stemming from the dumping of non-biodegradable and toxic waste into landfills.

Indicative Return
20% – 25%

Investment Timeframe
Medium Term (5–10 years)

Wastewater Treatment Facilities and Technologies

Infrastructure

Expected Impact

Investments in this IOA can reduce the deterioriation of surface water quality due to insufficient pollution control.

Indicative Return
20% – 25%

Investment Timeframe
Short Term (0–5 years)

Waste Collection and/or Sorting Facilities

Infrastructure
Infrastructure

Expected Impact

This IOA can increase resource efficiency by increasing the share of recovery and recycling in the waste disposal processes.

Indicative Return
10% – 15%

Investment Timeframe
Short Term (0–5 years)

Market Size