Eco-Industry · Farm Management · Community Groups · Courses · Consultancy · Chat Room · Contact Us
· Q & A Forum · Country Kitchen · Healthy House · Healthy Lifestyle · Kid's Pages

 


Please visit our great sponsors who keep this website open for you

     
How Rare Earth miner Lynas became a political football in Malaysia

Rare Earth Elements Uses

Electric Vehicles

Energy Efficiency in Transportation

Nissan Terra, Peugeot Onyx

Magnesium in the 21st Century: A Better Choice for Transportation

Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor Development

10-20MW Offshore Wind Turbines

From Fine Black Powder to Electric Motor:
Permanent Magnets

Rapid, Cost-Effective, 100% Recyclable Method to Produce Ultra-strong Magnets

Rare Earth New Band Magnetism

Magnetic Sheet Fanner

Trade-In/Upgrade Program for Magnetic Separators

Breakthrough Discovery in the Physics of Magnetism

Self-Cleaning Pneumatic Line Magnet

Quantum Rare Earth Developments

Magnetic Device Studied as Treatment for Heartburnand Acid Reflux

Drug Linked to Fewer Deaths Among Kidney Patients Undergoing Hemodialysis

Maintaining Bone Health Status of End-Stage Renal Disease

Powerful Superconductor in a Class All Its Own

Solar Cell Efficiency Research

Development of New Glass

Rare Earths studied by University of Alabama at Birmingham

World's Highest Engineering Prize

Rare Earths: National Security Concerns

Shortage of Rare Earth Minerals as early as 2015

China Rare Earth Market Trends

Emerging Nuclear Power Market Risks and China’s Possible Domination

First Heavy Rare Earths Processing Plant Outside China

Rare Earth Elements Excite Protein Probes

Rare Earth Metal and Cousin of Platinum is Attractive for Improving Flash Memory Chips

Paint Absorbs Corrosion-causing Chemicals

Research on Novel Compounds of Rare Earth Metals

Theory Aims to Describe Fundamental Properties of Materials

Technology Accelerates Solid-State Lighting

Tracking Phosphorus Runoff from Livestock Manure

World’s Hunger for Phosphorus

Monazite can act as Microscopic Clocks to Date Rock Formations

Rare Earth Minerals used in Fossil Research

New Geochemical Process Can Place Loose Fossils Back Into the Strata or Determine Fakes

Rare Earth used to determine "Terror Bird' Arrived in North America Before Land Bridge

Amorphous Steel:
Three Times Stronger and Non-magnetic

New Technology Could Help Thwart Nuclear Terrorism

Security, Geography Could Hinder Mining Investment in Afghanistan

Virginia Tech Patents

“Upstand” the Alternative to the Bicycle Kickstand

Mint Coins from Rare and Advanced Metals

Global E Waste

Rare Earth Recovery Technology

Reclaim Rare Earth Metals from Spent Fluorescent Lamps

Certified e-Waste Recyclers

Rare Earth Element ETF Promises Real Earning Potential

NYSSA Mining Conference Focuses on Microcap Companies

Brazil Lake Lithium and Rare Earth Metals Project

Mining Industry Sustainability Analysis and 2013

Global Scandium Market Analyzed

Solar Manufacturing Sells Vacuum Furnaces To Hitachi Metals

Strategic Metals Critical to National Defense

 

 


Global E Waste Market Analyzed by Transparency Market Research

According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research (http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com)
“E-Waste Recycling and Reuse Services Market - Global and China Scenario, Trends, Industry Analysis, Size, Share and Forecast, 2010 – 2017,” the global e-waste recycling and reuse services market will account for USD 9,828.0 million in 2012 and is expected to reach USD 18,268.3 million in 2017, growing at a CAGR of 13.2% from 2012 to 2017. In the overall global market, EMEA is expected to retain its top position in terms of e-waste generation till 2017. Material processing and recovery is the largest contributor for e-waste recycling and reuse services, accounting for 36.4% of the e-waste services revenue in 2012.
Browse the full report at http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/e-waste-recycling-and-reuse-services.html
 

Transparency Market Research
Global E-Waste Recycling and Reuse Services Market is Expected to Reach USD 18,268.3 Million in 2017: Transparency Market Research

Albany NY November 19, 2012

The global and Chinese e-waste recycling and reuse services market is driven by limited shelf life of electronic products, existence of rare earth metals, growing health and environmental concerns, and high rate of obsolescence. However, the e-waste recycling and reuse services market is inhibited by high e-waste management cost, low awareness in less developed nations and few e-waste collection zones. The global e-waste services market grown from USD 8,682 million in 2010 to USD 9,828.0 million in 2012. The Chinese E-waste services market is expected to surpass USD 1 billion mark by 2017. The material processing and recovery services and triage and de-manufacturing services will account for more than 55% of the Chinese e-waste services revenue in 2017.

Out of the total e-waste produced in 2010, 9,188.4 thousand tons of e-waste was recycled and reused. It is expected that by the year 2017, 12,263.8 thousand tons e-waste generated from household appliances will be recycled and reused, as against 3,611 thousand tons recycled and reused in 2010.

The global revenue generated through recycling/reuse of e-waste components such as metals, plastics, silica and others will reach USD 13,856.6 million in 2012. This will further reach USD 25,192.8 million in 2017 at a CAGR of 12.7% during the forecast period. Recycled metals are the largest revenue generating segment accounting for about 53.7% revenue of the e-waste recycled components market in 2012.

Related Report: http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/active-smart-intelligent-packaging-market.html

The interest shown by various electronic goods manufacturers open new horizons for the e-waste services market by accepting the discarded electronic products and recycling and reusing it rather than dumping it. Dumping and land filling are some of the burning issues still debated across the globe; however EPA regulations has helped stop land filling across many developed countries.

This research is specially designed to estimate and analyze the demand and performances of the e-waste recycle and reuse services market and thus its segments in the global market. The research provides in-depth analysis of the various services being provided in the e-waste market, the current and projected volume produced and disposed through various methods, trend analysis by segments and demand by geography. The report covers all the major segments of the e-waste market as per the source of e-waste generation and the disposal methods market and provides in-depth analysis, historical data and statistically refined forecast for the segments covered. The study presents a comprehensive assessment of the stakeholder strategies, winning imperatives for them by segmenting the e-waste recycle and reuse services market as below:

By Source

Household Appliances
Refrigeration
Consumer and Lighting Equipment
Other Household Appliances
IT and Telecommunications Products
Computers and Computer Peripherals
Cellular Phones
Entertainment Devices
Music Systems
Televisions

Recycle and Reuse Services

Collection Services
Refurbishment and Reuse
Asset Management and Logistics
Triage and De-manufacturing
Material Processing & Recovery

By Recycled Component

Recycled Metals
Recycled Plastics
Recycled Silica
Other Recycled Components

By Geography

North America
Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
Asia Pacific
Latin America

The in-depth research and high level analysis will allow the e-waste recycle and reuse services providers, lawmakers, large resellers and research and development agencies to make informed decisions about the e-waste recycle and reuse services industry’s designing, marketing and growth strategies and thus gain competitive advantage.

Related Report: http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/roadm-wss-component-market.html

 

Copyright© 2012-2013, 1EarthMedia. All rights reserved