Construction and Demolition Waste Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast (2024-2030) Trends, Statistics, Dynamics and Segment Analysis

  • Construction and Demolition Waste Market was valued at USD 123.03 billion in 2023. Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market size is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 4.0 % over the forecast period.

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Construction and Demolition Waste Market Overview:

Recycled construction raw materials are becoming increasingly popular among famous builders and developers. These materials provide a number of advantages, including cost-effectiveness, environmental friendliness, ease of availability, and more raw material procurement flexibility. Recycled coarse concrete may drastically reduce the cost of traditional construction.

 

Further, the Construction and Demolition Waste market is segmented by Material, Source and Service. On the basis of Material, the Construction and Demolition Waste market is segmented under Concrete & Gravel, Bricks & Ceramics, Asphalt & Tar, Timber & Wood Products, Metals, and Others. Based on the Source, the Construction and Demolition Waste market is segmented under Demolition, Construction, and Renovation. Based on the Service, the Construction and Demolition Waste market is segmented under Disposal and Collection. By geography, the market covers the following Regions: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, and Middle East & Africa. For each segment, the market sizing and forecasts have been done on the basis of value (in USD Billion).

 

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COVID-19 Impact on Construction and Demolition Waste Market:

The global impact of COVID-19 has been staggering and unprecedented, with construction and demolition waste witnessing a negative demand shock across all regions amid the pandemic. The stringent lockdown imposed across prominent economies acted as a major downturn for the construction and development industry. COVID-19 hindered opportunities for new construction activities due to instability in international market. COVID-19 has caused a substantial economic downturn and a sense of uncertainty in the market.

 

Construction activity is expected to be hampered by a decrease in construction and real estate development activities, and a decrease in cash liquidity in the market. According to a research recently published by the International Manpower Organization, a labour shortage on building sites in India has slowed the pace of construction activity in the country. The significant drop in demand for residential and commercial structures, as well as the resulting drop in current operations, has hampered market growth significantly.

 

The market's supply chain operations were disrupted, which slowed market activity across the world. The transit of non-essential products and commodities was hampered by prohibitions and limitations on non-essential goods and commodities. They also slowed the flow of recyclable materials on building sites. The market's growth potential have been hampered by the breakdown of transportation medium and the lack of established supply channels.

 

Based on Stellar Market Research analysis, the global market exhibited a huge decline of 5.5 % in 2020. The market is estimated to grow from USD 109.38 billion in 2021 to USD 138.97 billion in 2027 at a CAGR of 4.0 % during the forecast period. The sudden rise in CAGR is attributable to this market's demand and growth, returning to pre-pandemic levels.

 

Construction and Demolition Waste Market Dynamics:

Environmental Benefits and Circular Economy Development to Promote Growth: Many environmental organizations urged builders and developers to follow waste framework recommendations and prioritise building and demolition waste management solutions. The European Commission has set a goal of increasing re-use, material recovery, and recycling of building and demolition waste (excluding hazardous materials) to 70%.

 

As a result of the rising emphasis on recycling, a circular economy has emerged, in which governments are concentrating on constructing new infrastructure projects that include progressive trash solutions. During the forecast period, this is likely to augur well for the global construction and demolition waste recycling market.

 

At Recycling Plants Integration of Al-Powered Robots to Elevate Speed of Recycling Activities and Quality: The growing importance of artificial intelligence integrated technology and Internet of Things-based devices in the construction business has prompted most market participants to devote significant resources to implementing Al based technology. The use of Al-based robotics to sort and separate debris and demolition waste materials in order to extract high-purity, high-value elements from mixed construction and demolition waste. In the market, robotic technology, Al integrated recycling facilities, and loT based devices are emerging as the most recent market developments.

 

For example, Switzerland-based Company the Eberhard Group has decided to make massive investments for the development and installation of Al-based intelligent robots which can recover mixed construction waste at a staggering rate of 200 tons per hour.

 

Governmental Authorities' Massive Investments to Boost Market Growth: Currently, governments and infrastructure authorities all over the world are emphasizing the need of investing in the development of waste recycling plants. These expenditures are aimed at ensuring better and more effective construction trash management while also reducing natural resource use.

 

The creation and launch of such facilities is expected to open up new growth opportunities for the industry. For example, the Telangana state government in India established a 500 metric tonne building and demolition waste recycling facility in November 2020 to help with the execution of a complete strategy for construction and demolition waste management.

 

Construction and demolition waste has a limited capacity to be recovered and recycled: Construction and Demolition Waste Management operations rely on an established ecosystem's capacity to quantify and segregate construction and demolition waste. Many countries now lack the means to recycle and reuse the building and demolition debris generated in their countries. Construction and Demolition Waste Management is expected to be curtailed during the forecast period due to a lack of recycling capacity and the continuous practise of landfill operations in these economies. Although, in order to properly carry out trash recycling operations, government and project planning authorities must create recycling facilities and a competent value chain to supplement market recycling operations.

 

Thus, the cost-effectiveness of recycled goods is enticing a sizable client base to the market. Infrastructure operations have sprung up in response to the growing demand and supply mismatch caused by rapid urbanisation. Many firms are attempting to supply low-cost recycling machinery and facilities to consumers across different locations in order to boost recycled trash in construction projects.

 

Collaborations and Joint Ventures across Diverse Regions are a Priority for Major Companies:

 

To raise their recycling capacity and expand their present market reach in new areas, the leading manufacturers in this market collaborate and work in joint ventures with other industry competitors. The presence of established and global market players in many regions, working in conjunction with regional market players, is adding to the harsh competitive landscape in various areas. For example, Kiverco is collaborating with the Mick George Group to deliver the UK's first Rentec triple shaft shredder.

 

Moreover, several manufacturers are attempting to supply clients with cost-effective recycling alternatives. Besides, many businesses are seeking to acquire or merge with smaller businesses in order to reduce market rivalry and earn a larger part of their respective regional markets. Clean Harbors has also announced that it has signed a formal agreement to purchase the properties from Vertex Energy. The purchase will help the company build its Safety-Kleen Sustainability Solutions (SKSS) business and take advantage of the acquired entity's operating efficiency.

 

In November 2020, Rotochopper Inc. has chosen to form a strategic relationship with Lindner Recycling, Inc. of Austria in order to expand their client base by providing sales representation and service support for their products in various parts of the world. In addition, DTG Recycle has completed the purchase of Recovery 1, a waste management and recycling facility in Washington, D.C. The acquisition will help DTG recycle expand its recycling capacity and enhance the usage of construction and waste recycle products throughout the area.

 

Construction and Demolition Waste Market Segment Analysis:

Based on material, the market is classified into concrete & gravel, bricks and ceramics, asphalt and tar, timber and wood products, metals, and others. Concrete & Gravel segment dominated the market with 33.7% in 2023. According to the European Cement Association, concrete & gravel constitutes a large share of the total debris rescued from demolition and building sites across the world. The substantial output of concrete & gravel in the total recycled waste contributes to being a major segment in the market. During the forecast period, the concrete & gravel segment's dominance will be boosted by the increased usage of recycled and collected concrete & gravel waste on new construction and renovation projects.

 

The strict rules and regulations governing landfill disposal and incineration of building and demolition waste encourage real estate developers and builders to prioritise recycling and reused materials. In addition, the low cost of recycled coarse aggregate (RCA) concrete and its designation as a green building material appeal to a wide range of clients.

 

The bricks and ceramics segment is expected through the forecast period. Direct use of salvaged bricks in new building sites and bricks, as well as the use of ceramic waste as a raw material for coarse aggregate and paver and tile manufacture.

 

The majority of metal salvage parts from previous construction's foundation, slab, and pipe system must be dumped as scrap. As a result, the metal category only accounts for a small portion of the market. Road reconstruction and pavement construction can both benefit from the utilisation of asphalt and tar detritus. Asphalt and tar have a moderate proportion of the recycling industry thanks to this wide application.

 

By source, the construction and demolition waste market is segmented into demolition, construction, and renovation. The rising rate of urbanisation in emerging countries, as well as the growth of commercial complexes and corporate buildings in many high-tech cities, is fueling the global trend of demolishment of historic structures.

 

The demolition sector is expected to dominate the market due to the rising rate of building destruction in a number of major economies. Government projects and policies that encourage developers and builders to demolish old infrastructure and build modular, roust, and enhanced infrastructure in tier 2 and tier 3 cities, as well as infrastructure development in tier 1 and metropolitan cities, are encouraging developers and builders to demolish old infrastructure and build modular, roust, and enhanced infrastructure to ensure sustainable economic development in these regions.

 

Many real estate developers are attempting to profit on old and unused infrastructure in order to construct contemporary structures in accordance with current standards and laws, which are expected to increase the renovation segment's share of trash recycling over time.  Many consumers seek rehabilitation and modernization of old structures as a cost-effective way to improve the structure's facilities and aesthetics. As a result, the need for renovations and repairs of structures in need of modest structural and technical restoration is expanding.

 

By service, the market is categorized into collection and disposal. Although the collection segment is expected to have a large proportion of the global market, the disposal segment is expected to increase at a CAGR of 5.0 %, exceeding its counterpart. The availability of simple collection and trash and debris transportation solutions is allowing the collection sector to gain a significant part of the global market. Many manufacturers want to provide hassle-free, dependable, and safe collection services that allow for easy and secure lifting and transportation of non-hazardous waste for recycling. For example, Advanced Disposal Services, Inc., offers roll-off containers in sizes ranging from 30 to 50 cubic yards for dependable collection and easy recycling or disposal of construction waste.

 

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Construction and Demolition Waste Market Regional Insights:

During the forecast period, Asia Pacific is estimated to dominate the construction and demolition waste market. The increase is mostly due to the national government's heavy focus on infrastructure development and an increase in demand for residential constructions. Environmental authorities' policies to promote eco-friendly housing and rigorous limitations on the usage of landfill operations are projected to enhance regional growth.

 

India is expected to have the quickest CAGR because of the country's new and improved recycling infrastructure. The Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MOHUA) is working hard to improve the country's building and demolition waste management. The country's vast debris waste creation is already capable of delivering enough raw material to these recycling facilities, allowing them to keep up with the market's pace. Moreover, rising awareness of the creation of green buildings and environmentally friendly structures is attracting India's leading builders and investors. In emerging countries like India, construction rehabilitation and demolition projects are fueling the market's optimistic development scenario.

 

The market in North America is growing due to rising demand for eco-friendly building operations and the requirement for builders and developers to lower the cost of procuring raw materials. The United States is leading the market development due to large investments made by several market major players in the country to create and operate new recycling facilities in the area. Republic Services is a well-known participant in the North American industry, having a significant presence across the continent. 

 

In Europe, the European Commission's supporting government measures are expected to give a positive market outlook for the continent. For example, the European Commission has increased the recycling and use of recycled items in ongoing construction projects. The commission is working to create a circular economy for building and demolition waste management goods. The Middle East and Africa is expected to increase slowly during the forecast period due to the slower use of recycled building materials in the construction sector. Due to a lack of favourable government policies and limited operations of tier 1 market participants in the region, South America is expected to expand at a slow pace.

 

Construction and Demolition Waste Market Key Players Insights:

The market is characterized by the existence of a number of well-known firms. These companies control a large portion of the market, have a wide product portfolio, and have a global presence. In addition, the market comprises small to mid-sized competitors that sell a limited variety of items, some of which are self-publishing organizations.

 

The market's major companies have a significant impact because most of them have extensive global networks through which they can reach their massive client bases. To drive revenue growth and strengthen their positions in the global market, key players in the market, particularly in North America and Europe, are focusing on strategic initiatives such as acquisitions, new collection launches, and partnerships.

 

The objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market to the stakeholders in the industry. The report provides trends that are most dominant in the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market and how these trends will influence new business investments and market development throughout the forecast period. The report also aids in the comprehension of the Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market dynamics and competitive structure of the market by analyzing market leaders, market followers, and regional players.

 

The qualitative and quantitative data provided in the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market report is to help understand which market segments, regions are expected to grow at higher rates, factors affecting the market, and key opportunity areas, which will drive the industry and market growth through the forecast period. The report also includes the competitive landscape of key players in the industry along with their recent developments in the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market. The report studies factors such as company size, market share, market growth, revenue, production volume, and profits of the key players in the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market.

 

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The report provides Porter's Five Force Model, which helps in designing the business strategies in the market. The report helps in identifying how many rivals exist, who they are, and how their product quality is in the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market. The report also analyses if the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market is easy for a new player to gain a foothold in the market, do they enter or exit the market regularly, if the market is dominated by a few players, etc.

 

The report also includes a PESTEL Analysis, which aids in the development of company strategies. Political variables help in figuring out how much a government can influence the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market. Economic variables aid in the analysis of economic performance drivers that have an impact on the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market. Understanding the impact of the surrounding environment and the influence of environmental concerns on the Global Construction and Demolition Waste market is aided by legal factors.

 

Construction and Demolition Waste Market Scope:

Construction and Demolition Waste Market 

Market Size in 2023

USD 123.03 Bn.

Market Size in 2030

USD 161.90 Bn.

CAGR (2024-2030)

4%

Historic Data

2018-2022

Base Year

2023

Forecast Period

2024-2030

Segment Scope

by Material

  • Concrete & Gravel
  • Bricks & Ceramics
  • Asphalt & Tar
  • Timber & Wood Products
  • Metals
  • Others

by Source

  • Demolition
  • Construction
  • Renovation

By Service

  • Disposal
  • Collection

Regional Scope

North America- United States, Canada, and Mexico

Europe – UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Austria, and Rest of Europe

Asia Pacific – China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, ASEAN, Rest of APAC

Middle East and Africa - South Africa, GCC, Egypt, Nigeria, Rest of the Middle East and Africa

South America – Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America

 

Construction and Demolition Waste Market Key Players: 

  • Veolia Environment S.A. (Aubervilliers, France)
  • Waste Connections (Texas, the U.S.)
  • Clean Harbors, Inc. (Massachusetts, the U.S.)
  • Remondis (Lünen, Germany)
  • Republic Services (Arizona, the U.S.)
  • FCC Environment Limited (Northampton, United Kingdom)
  • Waste Management (Texas, the U.S.)
  • Kiverco (Tyrone, Northern Ireland)
  • Daiseki Co., Ltd. (Aichi, Japan)
  • Windsor Waste (Brentwood, United Kingdom)
  • Casella Waste Systems, Inc. (Vermont, the U.S.)
  • Renewi plc (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom)


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  1. Scope of the Report
  2. Research Methodology
    • Research Process
    • Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market: Target Audience
    • Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market: Primary Research (As per Client Requirement)
    • Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market: Secondary Research
  3. Executive Summary
  4. Competitive Landscape
    • Market Share Analysis by Region in 2023(%)
      • North America
      • Europe
      • Asia Pacific
      • Middle East and Africa
      • South America
    • Stellar Competition matrix
      • Global Stellar Competition Matrix
      • North America Stellar Competition Matrix
      • Europe Stellar Competition Matrix
      • Asia Pacific Stellar Competition Matrix
      • South America Stellar Competition Matrix
      • Middle East and Africa Stellar Competition Matrix
    • Key Players Benchmarking: - by Product, Pricing, Investments, Expansion Plans, Physical Presence, and Presence in the Market.
    • Mergers and Acquisitions in Industry: - M&A by Region, Value, and Strategic Intent
    • Market Dynamics
    • Market Drivers
    • Market Restraints
    • Market Opportunities
    • Market Challenges
    • PESTLE Analysis
    • PORTERS Five Force Analysis
    • Value Chain Analysis
  5. Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market Segmentation
    • Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Region (2023-2030)
      • North America
      • Europe
      • Asia-Pacific
      • Middle East & Africa
      • South America
    • Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Material (2023-2030)
      • Concrete & Gravel
      • Bricks & Ceramics
      • Asphalt & Tar
      • Timber & Wood Products
      • Metals
      • Others
    • Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Source (2023-2030)
      • Demolition
      • Construction
      • Renovation
    • Global Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Service (2023-2030)
      • Disposal
      • Collection
  6. North America Construction and Demolition Waste Market Segmentation
    • North America Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Material (2023-2030)
      • Concrete & Gravel
      • Bricks & Ceramics
      • Asphalt & Tar
      • Timber & Wood Products
      • Metals
      • Others
    • Others North America Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Source (2023-2030)
      • Demolition
      • Construction
      • Renovation
    • North America Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Service (2023-2030)
      • Disposal
      • Collection
    • North America Toys Market, by Country (2023-2030)
      • United States
      • Canada
      • Mexico
  7. Europe Construction and Demolition Waste Market Segmentation
    • Europe Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Material (2023-2030)
    • Europe Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Source (2023-2030)
    • Europe Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Service (2023-2030)
    • Europe Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Country (2023-2030)
  8. Asia Pacific Construction and Demolition Waste Market Segmentation
    • Asia Pacific Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Material (2023-2030)
    • Asia Pacific Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Source (2023-2030)
    • Asia Pacific Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Service (2023-2030)
    • Asia Pacific Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Country (2023-2030)
  9. Middle East and Africa Construction and Demolition Waste Market Segmentation
    • Middle East and Africa Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Material (2023-2030)
    • Middle East and Africa Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Source (2023-2030)
    • Middle East and Africa Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Service (2023-2030)
    • Middle East and Africa Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Country (2023-2030)
  10. South America Construction and Demolition Waste Market Segmentation
    • South America Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Material (2023-2030)
    • South America Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Source (2023-2030)
    • South America Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Service (2023-2030)
    • South America Construction and Demolition Waste Market, by Country (2023-2030)
  11. Company Profiles
    • Key Players
      • Veolia Environment S.A. (Aubervilliers, France)
        • Company Overview
        • Product Portfolio
        • Financial Overview
        • Business Strategy
        • Key Developments
      • Waste Connections (Texas, the U.S.)
      • Clean Harbors, Inc. (Massachusetts, the U.S.)
      • Remondis (Lünen, Germany)
      • Republic Services (Arizona, the U.S.)
      • FCC Environment Limited (Northampton, United Kingdom)
      • Waste Management (Texas, the U.S.)
      • Kiverco (Tyrone, Northern Ireland)
      • Daiseki Co., Ltd. (Aichi, Japan)
      • Windsor Waste (Brentwood, United Kingdom)
      • Casella Waste Systems, Inc. (Vermont, the U.S.)
      • Renewi plc (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom)
  12. Key Findings
  13. Recommendations

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