Stericycle, SUEZ., and Veolia are Dominating the Market for Global Medical Waste Management Market in 2017

Global Medical Waste Management Market will cross USD 29,644.80 million by 2025. It was valued at USD 19,690.00 million in 2017. The market is growing at a CAGR of 5.4% in the forecast period 2018 to 2025.Access Full Report:

The global medical waste management market is highly concentrated to a few big players and rest to local players who cater to domestic markets only. Stericycle dominated the medical waste management market accounting for a highest market share in 2017, followed by Veolia and SUEZ. Other players in this market include are Clean Harbors Inc, Ltd., BioMedical Waste Solutions, LLC, REMONDIS AG & Co. KG., Sharps Compliance, Inc., Waste Management, Inc., Daniels Sharps mart and Triumvirate Environmental among others.


Stericycle was instituted in 1989 and headquartered at Lake Forest, U.S. The company is engaged in providing highly specialized solutions to the healthcare, retail, and commercial businesses in the United States and globally. The company is involved in collecting and processing of regulated and specialized waste for disposal services. The company offers enormous services namely medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical waste disposal, hazardous waste management, sustainability solutions, regulated recall & return management communication, logistics, and data management services for expired, withdrawn, or recalled products. The company operates in three different segments namely domestic and Canada regulated waste & compliance services, international regulated waste & compliance services and domestic communication & related services. The company offers services in industries such as maritimes & airlines, veterinarians, dentists, retailers and pharmacies among others.

The company’s operations span across 21 countries including United States, Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom (U.K.). It provides regulated services in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Japan, Mexico, Portugal, Republic of Korea and Romania. It has subsidiaries namely- Stericycle International LLC (U.S.), Stericycle Return Inc, (U.S.), Strong Environmental Inc, (U.S.), SRCL Ltd, (U.K.), Cardinal Group Inc. (U.S.) and others.


SUEZ was established in 2010 and headquartered at Paris, France. The firm specializes in smart and sustainable resource management. It provides water and waste management solutions in order to optimize resource management and strengthen their environmental and economic performances. The company operates in different segments like; water Europe, recycling and recovery, international, WTS and others. The company’s solution and services are widely applicable in food & beverage, chemical & pharmaceutical, construction, power, pulp & paper, site construction & soil decontamination, mining, oil & gas, electronic & electrical products, automotive, transport & aeronautic and others.

SUEZ has a strong geographical presence in Asia-Pacific, Europe, South America and others. some of company’s subsidiaries are SUEZ North America (United States), Lyonnaise (France), Degrémont (France), Agbar (Spain), SAFEGE (France) among others


Established in 1853 and headquartered at Aubervilliers, France. Veolia is one of the global frontrunners in optimized resource management. The company has expertise in the designing and providing water, waste and energy management solutions contributing to the sustainable development of communities and industries. Veolia is also involved in water & network engineering and construction, hazardous waste management and sludge treatment & recycling. The firm operates in following business segments water, waste and energy. The medical waste management market solutions are provided under waste segment, which include optimizing access to energy with cogeneration and hub grade, Veolia’s smart monitoring solution among others.

The company offers solutions and services in Asia, North America, Middle East and Africa and other regions. The subsidiaries of company include valorec (Switzerland), Transdev Auckland (New Zealand), Veolia Wasser (Germany), Veolia Water East (United Kingdom) among others.