A new fact-based analysis reveals where and how COVID-19 has disrupted the waste sector and assesses the long-term implications for operators and suppliers.
Published: October 2020
As the global COVID-19 pandemic sweeps across the world, what has been the impact on the waste sector? While the immediate effect of COVID-19 has led to the dislocation of waste collectors and operators, the longer-term implications for constructors, operators and equipment suppliers is more complicated, reflecting diverse market conditions in different waste sectors and countries.
To provide a current fact-based view of how – and where – Covid-19 has disrupted waste markets, and assesses the true impact on investment and capacity, AcuComm has published Waste Investment Trends 2020: Assessing global performance in the shadow of COVID-19.
Looks at the number and estimated value of new Investment reported in the waste sector each month, from January 2016 to September 2020. What variations and trends can be seen, and how do they compare with the previous years?
Examines waste investments in different sectors in the first nine months of the 202 (January to September), and compare this performance with the same period of 2019. Key indicators are assessed such as projects numbers, estimated values and annualised tonnage.
What are the trends which can be seen in the first nine months of 2020 by geographic region? This section provides:
Cancelled, Postponed and Overdue Investments
What evidence is there for project cancellations or postponements in 2020 or that previously announced projects have suffered or been delayed?
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Cancelled, postpond and overdue projects
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