Although the effects of the coronavirus pandemic have drastically changed almost every facet of the industry, the waste and environmental services market has continued to perform well as investors flock to resilient industries with strong growth prospects.
According to the Environmental Services banking team at the New York office of Japan-based Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), despite a reduction in waste volumes during the COVID-19 pandemic, “the waste management industry has proven strong, with increasingly agile companies operating in what has historically been a resilient business.”
With the waste management industry seen as a ripe opportunity for continued consolidation, Waste Today’s 2020 Corporate Growth Conference will highlight the current waste and environmental services markets during its “Market Dislocation: Where is the Market Post-Coronavirus?” session.
Taking place on Oct. 14 at 12:25 p.m. EST, the panel discussion will cover the topics of macro and structural changes in environmental services, volumes, competition, business models, and more.
Brown Gibbons Lang & Co. Managing Director and Principal Effram Kaplan will moderate the session, which features speakers Bob Cappadona, president and COO of Veolia North America; Pat Dovigi, founder and CEO of GFL Environmental; and David Stanton, president of Clean Earth.
To register or for more information on this year’s Corporate Growth Conference, click here.