This research service tracks the current state of the global airport waste management market to understand airports' strategies to transform into zero-waste spaces; in addition, it explores leading global airports' best practices for waste management. Regional-level initiatives and regulations are also examined as these factors facilitate accurate market sizing and forecasting. The study period runs from 2022 to 2030 and the base year is 2021. Airport waste management and sustainability strategies and investments are analyzed, and the market is segmented by 6 key regions and 5 airport tiers based on annual passenger traffic.
In recent years, the focus on sustainability has increased, which has led to global, regional, and country-level emission and waste tracking across industries and stakeholders. Airports and regulators have set waste management benchmarks, and they are pursuing several strategies to reach these goals. Airlines are also investing in projects that will make their operations greener. Extensive collaboration among these stakeholders will ensure that the waste management standards of the overall aviation industry are enhanced.
Key Issues Addressed:
- How does waste management operate in an airport? Who are the key stakeholders and what are their key responsibilities?
- What is a zero-waste airport? Is there demand from airports to achieve this goal?
- What are the market drivers and restraints that are instrumental in airports' investments in waste management and sustainability efforts?
- Which important start-ups are developing niche solutions?
- What are the major growth opportunity areas for global airports segmented by relevant regions and airport tiers?