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WASTE GENERATION VOLUMES IN INDIA ANTICIPATED TO SUPERCEDE THREE TIMES THE EXISTING QUANTITY BY 2030\nGrowing economy, soaring urban population, rising living standards and increasing consumption levels – is what trending in the emerging economies across the globe . With India flourishing on the same grounds, an increase in the purchasing power parity has led to more affordability, accessibility to resource use and a rapid surge in the waste volumes as well. Like many developing countries, India too is struggling with the straining waste management systems adversely impacting the ecological health. Having said that, these increasing waste volumes in the country are formulating a new business segment for the value chain players – making solid waste management all together a different industry practice. The total waste generation in India presently hovers around 60-65 MTs per annum, of which only 20 percent is actually treated .\nMunicipal solid waste (MSW) holds a significant chunk, 75 percent of the total waste generated in the country. However, due to lack of efficient waste management systems in majority of the municipalities, significant volume of MSW produced in Indian cities remains un treated. It is pertinent to note that in India only 22-28 percent of the collected MSW is processed and treated, which is quite low if seen, but indicates huge opportunity pie for the private folks on the other side. Given the current urbanization growth levels in India, more population pressures on urban agglomerations is anticipated in coming years and so in the municipal waste generation volumes. However, the statistics are little shady but it seems that either the municipalities are hollow budgeted or are actually spending not beyond 30-40 percent of their budget on solid waste management. Hence, bringing in the deep pocketed fellows can be default solution to it. This can definitely, bring ease onto the financial burdens of the respective municipalities and will inject much-needed expertise into local waste-management systems along with triggering competition as well.

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waste to energy and waste management market

Waste to Energy and

Waste Management

Market in India -

2018

Examining Opportunities, Economics,

Technologies, Market Trends, Challenges & Outlook

E-REP Business & Market Research Series

May 2018

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business case into waste management sector

Business Case into Waste Management

Sector in India

Total W2E

potential of

India 2.54 GW

~ 2.43 GW

Existing W2E opportunity

in India

States such as Maharashtra,

Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal,

Andhra Pradesh & Delhi

holds the major chunk

opportunity of the

existing potential

By 2025 , the waste management market

size in India is projected to be worth

~USD 14 Billion with an annual growth

hovering around 7 percent

Close to 5% of the

total W2E

Potential in India

has been

harnessed as on

2017

Major Opportune Markets for Industrial and Municipal Waste

Management in India

Purchasing Power Parity and Per Capita-Per Day Average Waste

Generated in BRICS Nations (In Kgs)

Uttar

Pradesh

Rajasthan

1.4

Brazil

Waste Generated Per Capita Per day (kg)

Madhya

Pradesh

1.2

China

Russia

Per Capita per day

municipal waste

generated in India

hovers between 0.2

to 0.6 kgs

1

0.8

West Bengal

0.6

South Africa

Chattisgarh

Gujarat

0.4

Indian municipal solid waste

market is anticipated to

witness a growth of 7-7.5%

by 2025

Andhra Pradesh

0.2

India

0

Telangana

Maharashtra

0

5000

10000

15000

20000

25000

30000

Tamil Nadu

Gross Purchasing Power Parity (USD)

Source : World Bank, enincon research

Major Opportunity Zones for

Industrial Waste Management

Major Opportunity Zones for

Municipal Waste Management

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why enincon s report upon waste to energy

Why enincon’s report upon “ Waste to Energy and Waste

Management in India ”

UNLOCKING INCOME STREAMS OF USD 14 BILLION BY MID 2020’s , THIS IS WHAT THE INDIAN “TRASH” HAS ON OFFER

WASTE GENERATION VOLUMES IN INDIA ANTICIPATED TO SUPERCEDE THREE TIMES THE EXISTING

QUANTITY BY 2030

Growing economy, soaring urban population, rising living standards and increasing consumption levels – is what

trending in the emerging economies across the globe . With India flourishing on the same grounds, an increase

in the purchasing power parity has led to more affordability, accessibility to resource use and a rapid surge in

the waste volumes as well. Like many developing countries, India too is struggling with the straining waste

management systems adversely impacting the ecological health. Having said that, these increasing waste

volumes in the country are formulating a new business segment for the value chain players – making solid waste

management all together a different industry practice. The total waste generation in India presently hovers

around 60-65 MTs per annum, of which only 20 percent is actually treated .

Municipal solid waste (MSW) holds a significant chunk, 75 percent of the total waste generated in the country.

However, due to lack of efficient waste management systems in majority of the municipalities, significant volume

of MSW produced in Indian cities remains un treated. It is pertinent to note that in India only 22-28 percent of

the collected MSW is processed and treated, which is quite low if seen, but indicates huge opportunity pie for

the private folks on the other side. Given the current urbanization growth levels in India, more population

pressures on urban agglomerations is anticipated in coming years and so in the municipal waste generation

volumes. However, the statistics are little shady but it seems that either the municipalities are hollow budgeted

or are actually spending not beyond 30-40 percent of their budget on solid waste management. Hence, bringing

in the deep pocketed fellows can be default solution to it. This can definitely, bring ease onto the financial

burdens of the respective municipalities and will inject much-needed expertise into local waste-management

systems along with triggering competition as well.

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considering the current urban trends

Considering the current urban trends, it is not at all surprising to mention that the MSW quantum in India can see

an increase of double the existing volumes by ten years down the line. Infact, it is projected to hover around 80

MTs by 2030, offering a business case of approximately USD 20 Billion. To unlock the flow of income streams

from the waste streams in India enincon consulting llp attempts to examine the upcoming business opportunities

into the Indian solid waste management market by the medium of its report “ Waste to Energy and Waste

Management Market in India 2018 ”. The report deeply examines the underlying opportunites, associated

economies of scale, market trends , challenges and future outlook of waste to energy and waste management

industry in India. Additionally, the said dossier also covers in depth analysis on evaluating the cumulative waste

to energy potential of India and state wise indexation of the potential . Some of the key coverage elements of the

report are stated as - Examining economics & markets for waste to energy – current trend and outlook,

assessing viability and risks associating waste to energy project development, analyzing the opportunity mix for

players viz-a-viz municipal solid waste management , by e-waste management, bio-medical waste management,

plastic waste management in India and into recycling till 2025. Additionally, the report also finely covers the

opportunity sizing till 2025 in managing the industrial waste. To know more about the report coverage you may

see the detailed “ Table of Content” .

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anticipated municipal solid waste generation

Anticipated Municipal Solid Waste Generation in India by Size of Cities – Evaluating Opportunity

Till 2020 and 2030

Class IB Cities

Class IA Cities

Surat

45

20

Delhi

Bangalore

Waste Generation

Waste Generation

Lucknow

(MTPY)

(MTPY)

Jaipur

Nagpur

Ahmedabad

Some Major City Clusters

Please Note : Size of the bubble depicts the

opportunity tune. Larger the bubble size

greater the opportunity tune.

35

15

Mumbai

Pune

Kanpur

Kolkata

Hyderabad

Chennai

Ghaziabad

25

10

2020

2030

Vishakhap

atnam

2020

2030

Class II* Cities

Class IC Cities

Solapur

6

20

Dibrugarh

Udipi

Chandigarh

Chandausi

Class IA – Cities having population above 5

Million

Class IB – Cities having population b/w 1 Million

to 5 Million

Class IC – Cities having population b/w 0.1

Million to 1 Million

Class II – Cities having population b/w 0.05

Million to 0.1 Million (*cities with population upto

0.12 Million considered in Class II)

Waste Generation

Waste Generation

Gwalior

Coimbatore

Rewari

Ranchi

(MTPY)

(MTPY)

Mohali

4

15

Jalpaiguri

Jodhpur

Madurai

Motihari

Satara

Palwal

Vijayawada

2

10

2020

2030

2020

2030

Aurangabad

Source: enincon research

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business case for waste management in india

BUSINESS CASE FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN INDIA

• NTPC to set up about 100 waste-to-energy pollution free plants across the country

• India has a potential to generate approximately 3 GW of electricity from waste by 2050

• About 1,00,000 Metric Tonnes of waste is generated in India per day

• Central government has been implementing Swachh Bharat Abhiyan , emphasizing waste management at different

stages of generation, collection and disposal

• Municipal solid waste management sector in India is projected to see capital and O&M requirement of close to USD 65

Billion by 2030

• India has a potential to generate approximately 90 Million Tonnes/ Year of waste by 2030-2032

• High population growth an changing lifestyles to increase the waste volumes in India

REPORT INSIGHTS

• Pocket opportunity identification in India till 2025 under industrial solid waste management

• Examining the opportunity outlook of plastic recycling in India till 2025

• Identifying the waste management service opportunity in India

• Region wise parametric evaluation for filtering best states offering potential business case to value chain players

• Examining the opportunity outlook for metal recycling in India till 2025

• Unleashing the business opportunity for managing construction waste in India till 2025

• Examining business opportunity for managing food waste in India till 2025

• Examining business opportunity for managing manufacturing waste/ scrap in India till 2025

• Evaluating the waste to energy potential in India from urban and industrial waste

• Tracking the on/off grid development of waste to energy in India

• Examining the quantity & characteristics implications on effective waste management

• In depth study of region wise growth enablers for waste to energy in India

• Examining the decision support matrix for waste to energy plants factoring risks & intermittent challenges

• Evaluating the sources of revenue generation by waste to energy projects in India

• Analyzing the opportunity sizing for value chain players till 2025 under municipal solid waste management

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

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press excerpts

PRESS EXCERPTS

NTPC has invited national and international players to set up 100 waste –to-energy pollution free plants across the country

under Swachh Bharat Mission

Energy Economic Times

The solid waste generated from cities /towns in India has a potential to generate approximately 500 MW, which can be

enhanced to 1075 MW by 2031

Economic Times

KEY QUERIES ADDRESSED

• What would be the growth enablers of waste to energy and waste management in India ?

• What would be the waste to energy potential & capacity indexation in India ?

• What would be the attractive index of waste produce and management market in India ?

• What would be the opportunity mix for value chain players into India’s waste management industry ?

• What would be the waste management and production outlook till 2025 ?

• What would be the opportunity for value chain players into municipal solid waste management in India till 2025 ?

• What would be the opportunity for value chain players into industrial waste management in India till 2025 ?

• What would be the material recovery market outlook in India till 2025 ?

• What would be the category wise sizing & capacity outlook for waste to energy in India till 2025 ?

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