Waste to Energy 2020/2021
The leading standard reference in the WtE industry. On more than 1,000 pages the 13th edition includes:
- the analysis of the different treatment technologies and a description and market shares of all important operators and technology providers
- data on more than 2,500 waste treatment plants with more than 4,850 incineration units worldwide, including amongst others information on capacity, status, start of operation, technology, flue gas treatment, manufacturer and operator
- a description and analysis of more than 1,300 current WtE projects throughout the world
- the explanation of backgrounds, planning requirements and operating modes of thermal waste treatment
- the overview of market factors, investment and operational costs and revenues (with exemplary calculations)
- a detailed and comprehensible forecast of the global WtE market until 2029, by country. This includes new plants and capacities, shutdowns and investment volumes per year.
In addition to the study, all customers will receive the following products for one year:
- ecoprog WtE Monitor: update on international construction and modernisation projects - emailed every two weeks
- ecoprog WtE Project Tracker: complete list of all known projects worldwide as an MS Excel file, including status, capacity and commissioning - emailed every three months
- ecoprog WtE Archive: online access to the world’s largest expert archive on the WtE market with more than 14,000 news on projects and companies since 2009
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The market for thermal treatment and energetic recovery of residual and other types of solid waste is growing continuously. Increasing waste amounts, shrinking landfill spaces in agglomerations and higher ecological standards stimulate this growth throughout the world.
Today, around 2,500 WtE plants are active worldwide. They have a disposal capacity of around 400 million tons of waste per year. Only in 2019, 83 new thermal treatment plants have been installed with a total treatment capacity of more than 29.8 million tpy. We estimate nearly 2,700 plants with a capacity of more than 550 million tpy to be operational by 2029.