This week, our most popular Waste Business Report was MSW Incineration.
The need to handle ever increasing volumes of household waste and to cost-effectively produce electricity finds its perfect solution in Waste-to-Energy (WtE) plants. Testimony to the benefits of this technology is reflected in over 265 MSW WtE plant developments in 58 countries, as reported by AcuComm in October 2014. These plants have a planned/projected generating capacity in excess of 5,000 MW and bring more than 60 million tonnes per year to the MSW sector.
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Each new waste project represents ongoing investment of an average of around US$100 million.
Wood and other biomass-based feedstocks account for around one third of all new investment in waste technologies, reflecting a move away from traditional power generation in many countries.
WtE incineration projects represented over 53% of reported new or planned waste project capacity in May 2015.
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In the week ended 27th July 2015, AcuComm added new or updated waste projects to our Waste Business Finder database, worth an estimated US$3,811 million and reported waste capacity of 2.0 million tonnes.
This takes the total estimated investment value of projects to US$323 billion.
- The leading countries in the past week were the UK with nine projects and the USA with five projects.
- Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), accounted for the largest share of projects by feedstock type in the past week, with an annualised figure of just under 1.7 million tonnes.
Weekly Waste Projects Update – w/e 27th July from AcuComm
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This week, AcuComm’s most popular Waste Business Report was the Gasification issue.
Since the beginning of 2013, AcuComm has monitored a number of gasification plant developments in 20 countries worldwide. This efficient technology brings 7.8 million tonnes per annum capacity to the global waste sector with 56% coming from Municipal Solid Waste.
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The average value of a hazardous/clinical project is US$101 million, although there are many opportunities for smaller or indeed larger individual investments.
Hazardous/clinical projects – once they obtain the relevant permissions – are typically operational within one year of work commencing.
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In the week ended 20th July 2015, AcuComm added new or updated waste projects to our Waste Business Finder database, worth an estimated US$2,370 million and reported waste capacity of 2.8 million tonnes.
This takes the total estimated investment value of projects to US$332 billion.
- The leading countries in the past week were China and the UK, with four projects each.
- Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) accounted for the largest share of projects by feedstock type over the last week, with an annualised figure of just over 2.2 million tonnes. This was followed by plant wood with 155,000 tonnes.
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Making it two weeks in a row, this week’s most popular Waste Business Report was the special edition on the United States.
The US Waste Business Report seeks to answer all the questions you have on the latest trends and developments from the waste industry. It combines the most recently-published US data on waste generation and treatment with project information from AcuComm’s proprietary waste investment database. This gives a rounded overview of the market trends that are not available elsewhere.
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Aside from MSW, organic materials such as wood and other plant-based biomass are key areas of investment.
Dealing with MSW in a modern way is increasingly important around the world, leading to significant additional capacity being added in this area.
The USA, Europe and Asia are all major investors in new waste technologies, each tailored to meet their specific needs.
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Take a look out our latest issue of WBM from AcuComm
AcuComm’s monthly publication of Waste Business Monitor provides an ongoing and comprehensive analysis of current projects in the global waste industry, enabling you to establish the level of activity in the different sectors. The data is taken from AcuComm’s Waste Business Finder database and is maintained by us on a daily basis.
In this month’s report you will find:
- The latest waste plant developments in May 2015
- Trends in waste plant developments over the last 12 months
- Listings with links to further detailed project information
This month’s special company focus report is on CP Group and the special country focus is on the United States.
Some key points from the latest issue include:
- Wood and other biomass-based feedstocks account for around one third of all new investment in waste technologies, reflecting a move away from traditional power generation in many countries.
- WtE incineration projects represented over half of reported new or planned waste project capacity in May 2015.
- China remains a leading investor in waste, with a major new WtE plant becoming operational in Shanghai.
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In the week ended 13th July 2015, AcuComm added new or updated waste projects to our Waste Business Finder database, worth an estimated US$3,224 million and reported waste capacity of 1.8 million tonnes.
This takes the total estimated investment value of projects to US$325 billion.
- WtE incineration was the largest category in this week’s update, accounting for just under 0.9 million tonnes.
- This week, the United States had the most reported projects, followed by Denmark and China.
Weekly Waste Projects Update – w/e 13th July from AcuComm
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