2018 Outlook of the Turkish Water and Waste Recycling Industry

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Published: 5 Dec 2017

This research presents the 2018 outlook for the Turkish water and waste recycling market. The latest technologies and business trends are discussed, such as leak and loss tracking, the build-operate-transfer operation model, membrane technologies, the World Bank Smart City Project, and source segregation. The study offers predictions about revenue as well as volume of generation, collection, and recycling, including related services. The waste segment covers volume and revenue broken down by type of waste, which are municipal solid waste, electronic waste, and construction and demolition waste. Total Turkish waste volume generation is expected to increase from 42.4 million tonnes in 2017 to 44.0 million tonnes in 2018. Waste recycling market revenue is predicted to reach €1,132.8 million by 2018. The research methodology is a combination of primary and secondary research. Secondary research involves desk-based research. Primary research involves interaction with market participants to gather their perspective and feedback on our analysis.

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