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Research and Markets: India Waste Management and Recycling Market Outlook to 2016 - E-Waste Poised to Achieve Considerable Growth

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4ftm7m/india_waste) has announced the addition of the "India Waste Management and Recycling Market Outlook to 2016 - E-waste Poised to Achieve Considerable Growth" report to their offering.

The report titled India Waste Management and Recycling Market Outlook to 2016 - E-waste Poised to Achieve Considerable Growth provides a comprehensive analysis on the waste industry in terms of the various qualitative and quantitative factors that are influencing the market. The report outlines the various facets such as market size, segmentation and trends and development of the Waste management market in India with a special focus on the segments such as Municipal solid waste (MSW), Industrial hazardous waste (IHW), E-waste and Bio medical waste (BMW) segments in India. The report also provides an in depth analysis of the competition between major players in the market. The report also covers future outlook and projections for the different segments as well as the overall India Waste management market on the basis of several industry factors that will shape the growth of this market in next five years.

Key Highlights:

- The market size of the India waste management market by volume and revenue for the period 2006-2011.

- Market segmentation of the India Waste management market on the basis of Municipal solid waste, industrial hazardous waste, e-waste and bio medical waste, 2006-2011.

- Market size, introduction and future outlook/projections of the India municipal solid waste market.

- Competitive landscape of major companies in the India municipal solid waste market.

- Market size, introduction and future outlook/projections of the India industrial hazardous waste market.

- Market segmentation of the India industrial hazardous waste market on the basis of volume in percentage.

- Market size, introduction and future outlook/projections of the e-waste market of the India.

- Trends and Development of the India industrial hazardous waste management market.

- Competitive landscape of major companies in the India Industrial hazardous waste market.

- Market segmentation of the India e-waste market on the basis of category.

- Market size, introduction and future outlook/projections of the e-waste market of the India.

- Trends and Development of the India e-waste market.

- Competitive landscape of major companies in the India e-waste market.

- Market size, introduction and future outlook/projections of the India bio medical waste market.

- Market segmentation of the India biomedical waste market on the basis of category in percentage.

- Market size, introduction and future outlook/projections of the biomedical waste market of the India.

- Trends and Development of the bio medical waste market.

- Competitive landscape of major companies in the India biomedical waste market.

- Future outlook and projections of the India waste market, 2012-2016.

Companies Mentioned

- Ramky Environ Engineers

- SPML

- Antony Waste

- A2Z Infrastructure

- UPLEEL

- Jindal ITF

- IL&FS Environmental Infrastructure & Services Ltd

- Hanjer Biotech Energies Pvt. Ltd

- Gujarat Enviro protection & infrastructure ltd.

- Bharuch Enviro Infrastructure Limited (BEIL)

- Tess-Amm recyclers India Pvt ltd

- Attero Recycling

- Ramky Enviro Engineers

- Ecoreco Recycling

- Synergy waste management (P) Ltd

- Biotic waste solutions private ltd

- SMS Envocare

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4ftm7m/india_waste

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