Solid waste can be classified into three categories, which are household waste, industrial solid waste and hazardous solid waste. Competition of solid waste industry: the barriers to enter into solid waste disposal industry are high, and much higher than those of sewage treatment industry, as the industry requires excellent business performance, high technology, government support and sustainable investment ability. At present, the overall development of the industry in China is far from complete, but the domestic waste disposal industry is getting relatively mature, followed by industrial hazardous waste disposal industry, sludge treatment and kitchen waste disposal industries. Now, the enterprise competition mainly focuses on the waste incineration power generation field. At present, there are 12 enterprises in China that have possessed a certain influence and scale in the industry (namely, Hangzhou Jinjiang Group, China Environmental Protection Corp, Dynaree, Shanghai Environmental Protection (Group) Co., Ltd, China Everbright International Limited, Sound Group, Weiming Group, Shenzhen Energy, China Sciences Group, Capital Environment Holdings Limited, and Veolia, etc.).By the end of 2013, those 12 enterprises possessed total 196 projects, including projects under operation, construction and preparation. By that time, the capacity ofwaste incineration has reached 200,000 tons, and this figure has reached the newly added target in the 12th Five Year Planning. Now, there are 87 waste incineration projects put into operation among the total 196 project, disposing 95,000 tons per day. Those 12 enterprises have already taken up two thirds of China’s waste incineration market, in which, 9 enterprises have signed new project contracts in 2013, and the total 48 new projects will contribute a disposal capacity of 47,100 tons per day. Huidian Research estimates: in the future few years, the generation of industrial solid waste disposal will keep increasing at a speed of 10% per year, reaching 4.4 billion tons in 2014, 6.4 billion tons in 2018.