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Wall Street Equity Research

January 19, 2011 08:07 ET

Analyst Study on Waste Management Inc. and Republic Services Inc. -- Short- and Long-Term Trends in Waste Management

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The waste management industry which is largely dominated by giants Waste Management Inc. and Republic Services Inc. in the U.S. appears to be continuing a strong 2010 into the beginning of 2011. There are some short- and long-term trends to track moving forward though. Investors can register today at or to download the full reports on Waste Management Inc. and Republic Services Inc. is a specialized website where investors can have specific access to complimentary reports on waste management industry; traders looking for analysis on Waste Management Inc., Republic Services Inc. and other players in the industry are welcomed to sign up for free at

In the short-term, inclement weather has halted waste removal services several times this season in major cities throughout the US. While contracts with local governments allow for weather delays in services, waste managers' revenues were dented slightly by the overtime hours they paid out to make up for the lost time. Visit us at to understand the catalysts and forces driving or affecting companies in the waste management industry.

In the long-term, scarcer resources and more environmentally conscious consumers and governments could lead to substantial growth for the waste management industry in 2011. An increase in recycling legislation could accelerate this trend. Over 200 recycling related bills were passed in 2010, many of which mandated additional items to be recycled or required a greater percentage of trash to be recycled. Waste managers, as well as the environment, were beneficiaries to these legislative changes. 

Moving forward, total waste produced will likely remain steady and weather related issues will ease, so green and recycling projects will likely be the area in which waste managers can grow the most. 

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