Paul Thomen

Thursday, 4 April 2013

Waste Incinerator Technologies Market Report SBI

While global growth in incineration staggered in the wake of the global economic turndown, global incineration markets are well-poised for continued recovery and consistent growth. Since 2008, global markets for incinerators have resurged from $7.9 billion to $9.2 billion in 2012 (CAGR of 3.9%). By 2022, global markets will more than double, reaching a value of $16.8 billion (2012-2022 CAGR of 6.2%). Observed and forecasted growth reflects a combination of steady market expansion countered by notable contractions for select technologies and applications, through 2022. These trends reflect an array of complex market influences, ranging from technology cost effectiveness to incinerator plant capital and operation period economics to regulatory support as well as regulatory controls on incinerator deployment.

Waste management varies regionally and also based on waste content. In North America, landfills are by far the preferred method of disposal for municipal waste. The continent is served by over 6,500 landfills. But in many areas, landfills are falling out of favor. European waste management practices stress reduced landfilling plus incentivizing or even mandating of incineration/waste to energy. And in China, where an estimated 1,400 new landfills would need to be established by 2030 in order to handle 500 million tons of trash, the government is looking toward all forms of waste management including incineration, to minimize and reduce anticipated future waste management burdens.

In Europe, North America, and in Asia, incinerators are a technology of choice (along with boilers and industrial furnaces) for the combustion/destruction of many industrial and hazardous wastes. These include biohazardous wastes from hospitals and medical establishments, as well as select industrial and chemical wastes that cannot be easily disposed of otherwise, and that are suitable for incineration.

At the community level, the advantages of incineration are clear: incineration can reduce waste volume by 90% or more, which significantly decreases the need for landfilling and long term storage of municipal wastes. Incineration obliterates biohazards, and when managed properly with appropriate feedstocks, can minimize the toxicity of hazardous industrial and chemical wastes. New emissions control systems have been shown to greatly reduce airborne emissions, rendering incinerators safer than ever before. However, public relations issues remain to be solved. There is much ground to be gained by industry in terms of public acceptance of incineration in a growing number of existing incinerator market regions.

Waste Incinerator Technologies Global Markets contains comprehensive data on the worldwide market for the following waste incineration technologies: moving grate, rotary-kiln, static hearth/static furnace, multiple furnace, and fluidized bed incinerators. Historic as well as projected future market data are provided, including 2008-2012 historic market data and market projections for 2013 to 2022, in terms of the dollar value of product shipments. The report identifies key trends affecting the marketplace, along with trends driving growth, and central challenges to further market development. The report also profiles leading manufacturers and suppliers of incinerators and that are most relevant to the industry.

Table of Content

Chapter 1 Executive Summary
Incineration Technology, Uses, And Feedstocks
Table 1-1: Comparison Of Typical Feedstocks By Technology
Relevant Trends In Municipal Waste Management
Figure 1-1: Historic And Projected Annual Municipal Solid Waste Generation,Global And Us (Billion Tons Per Year)
Relevant Trends In Industrial And Hazardous Waste Management
Incinerator Market Valuations
Figure 1-2: Global Market For Incineration Technologies; Historic (2008-2012)And Projected (2013-2022) ($ Millions)
Incinerator Facility Costs
Project Development And Financing Trends
Table 1-2: Common Incinerator Project Finance Mechanisms
Incinerator Product Promotion And Public Perception
Incinerator Job Creation
Figure 1-3: Projected Construction Plus Operation Period Job Creation Rates For All Incineration Technologies; 2008 To 2022 (Annual Jobs Created)
Incinerator End Users
Table 1-3: Common Incineration Technology End Users
Chapter 2: Overview Of Incinerator Technologies
Incineration Technology And Operation
Waste Management: Volume And Mass Reduction
Table 2-1: Economic And Demographic Parameters Affecting Waste
Hazardous Waste Management
Electricity Generation
Heat Production
Pollutant Emissions Reduction
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Management
Land Area Requirements
Table 2-2: Categories Of Waste Feedstocks Applicable To Incineration
Municipal Solid Waste
Industrial Waste
Hazardous Waste
Sewage Sludge
Clinical/Biohazardous Waste
Incinerator Technologies

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