Global Electronics Recycling Strategic Business Report 2018 - Market Analysis & Forecasts 2015-2022: Thriving Reusable Cellphones Market Reduces e-Waste - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 4, 2018--The “Electronics Recycling - Global Strategic Business Report” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Also, a six-year historic analysis is provided for these markets.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Electronics Recycling in US$ Millions.
The report profiles 194 companies including many key and niche players such as:AERC Recycling Solutions (USA) American Retroworks Inc. (USA) Aurubis AG (Germany) Boliden Group (Sweden) Dlubak Glass Company (USA) Enviro-Hub Holdings Ltd. (Singapore) Cimelia Resource Recovery Pte Ltd. (Singapore) Exitcom Recycling GmbH (Germany) Fortune Plastic & Metal, Inc. (USA) MBA Polymers, Inc. (USA) Sims Metal Management Limited (Australia) Stena Technoworld AB (Sweden) Ultromex Ltd. (UK) Umicore N.V. (Belgium) Universal Recycling Technologies, LLC (USA) Zak Enterprises (USA)
Key Topics Covered
1. Industry Overview
2. Market Trends, Drivers & IssuesRobust Smartphone Penetration Contributes to the Swelling e-Scrap Recycling Market Opportunity Indicators Thriving Reusable Cellphones Market Reduces e-Waste Modular Phone Concept Paves Way to Minimize e-Waste Wearables Manufacturers Focus on Effective EOL Strategies Collaboration: Key to Profitable Recycling Governments Take Initiatives to Tackle e-Waste Menace Recyclers Collaborate with Device Manufacturers Manufacturer Efforts Boost Industry Growth Smaller and Thinner Devices Create Challenges for Recyclers Innovative Strategies Drive Efficiency Extended Producer Responsibility Redefines e-Waste Management E-Waste Management Initiatives Device Manufacturers Focus on Recyclable Products Wooden Computer Chips - Potential to Aid e-Waste Management Other Innovative Technologies to Reduce e-Waste Generation Data Security: A Vital Aspect of e-Waste Disposal Developing Countries - The Common Destination for e-Waste Dumping Low Income Countries Face the Burnt Challenges Confronting Total e-Waste Elimination Low Commodity Price Values - A Major Challenge Low General Public Awareness Levels Thwarts Industry Efforts
3. Regulatory Overview
4. Electronics Recycling
5. Recent Industry Activity
6. Focus on Select Global Players
7. Global Market Perspective
Total Companies Profiled: 194 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 212)The United States (70) Canada (7) Japan (2 ) Europe (115) France (11)Germany (29)The United Kingdom (16)Spain (3)Rest of Europe (56) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (14) Latin America (3) Africa (1)
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Related Topics:Recycling and Recycled Materials
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY CONSUMER ELECTRONICS HARDWARE
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