B2B drives market demand, with B2B spending representing 90.1% of total demand in 2020. Australia has the 11th largest market size for recycling of non-metal waste across the top 20 developed countries, with demand reaching USD1.0 billion in 2020. Boral Recycling Pty Ltd is the largest company in Australia, generating 29.0% of the industry’s total production value in 2020. The industry is concentrated, with the top five companies generating 72.8% of total production value in 2020. The total number of companies increases in 2020, to 39 units. The costs of the industry increase by 3.5% in 2020, largely driven by rising B2B costs. The industry’s profitability increases and stands at 17.4% of production value in 2020. With production value of USD1.9 billion, Australia accounts for 75.4% of the Australasia total in 2020.
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