DUBLIN, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jltmwt/market_study_on) has announced the addition of the "Market Study on Municipal Waste Management in Italy (Analyst Version)" report to their offering.
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The Italian market for waste management is one of the most exciting and dynamic in Europe.
The country merges distinctly different phenomena: it stands for overfilled landfills and disposal shortfalls, however, at the same time waste utilisation increased by more than 30 per cent since 2003. More than 120 mechanical biological treatment plants and almost 50 waste incineration plants are operational in Italy - still, Italian waste is exported to Germany for incineration.
In the light of this development a team of experts analysed the Italian disposal market for municipal waste in detail.
The up to date study includes an in-depth analysis based on our market knowledge and detailed surveys. It offers figures, facts, estimations and trends in the Italian market for waste management and is of interest for producers, suppliers, operators, business associations, research institutes and consultants.
The analyst version of the report on municipal waste management in Italy includes the following specific information:
- A detailed analysis of structure, responsibilities, development status and investment needs in the Italian waste industry and the identification of regional foci with increased need for action.
- An analysis of the waste management companies for waste collection in the several municipalities and provinces, including market shares, disposal area, contact data and affiliated group. Around 85 per cent of the Italian inhabitants live in the disposal areas covered by these companies.
- Additional information on further incineration plants, mechanical biological plants and refuse derived fuel power plants which are currently under construction, planned or discussed.
Key Topics Covered:
Preface for the analyst version
2 Definition of the term "waste" and different types of waste
3 Legal framework / Responsibilities for waste
4 The market for municipal solid waste
5 Competition and privatisation
6 Market regions
Sources and methodology
Table of Figures
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