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NEW YORK, Sept. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Electronics Recycling Industry

Global Electronics Recycling Industry

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Electronics Recycling in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Metals, and Others (Plastics and Silica).The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2009 through 2018. The report profiles 262 companies including many key and niche players such as AERC Recycling Solutions, American Retroworks Inc., Dlubak Glass Company, Eco International, Fortune Plastic Metal, Inc., MBA Polymers, Inc., Sims Metal Management Limited, and UniversalRecyclers.com. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based upon search engine sources in the public domain.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data interpretation reporting level I-2

Quantitative Techniques Analytics I-2

Product definitions and scope of study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Prelude II-1

Outlook for the Global E-waste Recycling Industry II-1

Some Interesting Electronics Recycling Facts II-2

Table 1: Global E-waste Market (2011): Percentage Composition

of Saleable Material Recovered from 1000 kg Assorted E-waste

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-2

Current and Future Analysis II-2

Players Involved in Recycling of E-Waste Management II-3

Two Major Process for Managing E-Waste II-3

Is Reuse of Electronics a Feasible Option? II-3

Urban Mining: A New Reclamation Technique II-3

Worldwide E-Waste Market to Witness Substantial Growth by 2020 II-3

2. MARKET DYNAMICS II-4

Strict Government Regulations to Benefit E-waste Recycling Market II-4

Recycling to Exceed Manufacturing? II-4

Controversies Associated with Electronics Recycling II-4

Data Security: A Vital Aspect of E-waste Disposal II-5

Increasing Amount of E-waste in Developing Countries II-5

Knowledge Centers and Hubs in Emerging II-6

Economies to Drive Growth II-6

“Hot Spots” for Collection of E-Waste II-6

Developing Regions: Major E-Waste Recycling Destinations II-6

Participation of Formal and Non-Formal Operators Improves

Profitability of E-waste Management II-7

Recycling to Compensate for the Shortage of Rare Earth Element II-7

Table 2: Global Potential Annual Recovery Volumes of Rare

Earth Elements Used in Mobile Phones and Computers/Laptops

for 2011 (Volume in tons/year) II-8

Table 3: Global Recycled Metal Share for Select Rare Earth

Elements (2011) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-8

Crude E-waste Recycling Methods to Pollute Environment II-8

Challenges Confronting Total E-waste Elimination II-8

3. REGULATORY OVERVIEW II-10

Stringent Regulations to Emerge as a Major Driving Force II-10

Legal Requisites II-10

Export II-11

New Policies for Electronic Recycling from ISRI II-11

Regulation for Tackling Growing E-Waste Problem II-12

Overview of Global Legislations for Electrical and Electronic

Waste by Region II-12

Basel Convention II-12

Regulations II-12

Canada II-13

Europe II-13

Asia II-14

China II-14

Australia II-14

4. ELECTRONICS RECYCLING – AN OVERVIEW II-15

Electronics Recycling II-15

Overview of Electronics Recycling Organizations World Over II-15

E-Waste Management II-16

Recycling II-16

Processing Techniques II-16

Advantages of E-Waste Recycling II-16

Environmental Encroachments of e-waste Management II-17

Benefits of Reuse and Recycling II-17

Electronic Waste Compounds II-18

Compounds/Elements Found in Electronic Waste: II-18

Health Impact of Toxic Substance Traces in Improperly Disposed

E-wastes II-18

General Applications of Various Compound/Elements Used in

Electronic Products: II-19

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment II-19

Problems II-20

Global Trade Issues II-20

Popular Recycling Methods II-21

Recycling of Circuit Boards II-21

Cooking of Circuit Boards II-21

Acid Stripping II-21

Burning of Plastics II-21

Dumping of Leaded Glass II-21

FIGURE: Steps Involved in E-Waste Recycling Procedure II-22

Health Hazards from Select Chemicals in Electronic Products II-23

Fatalities Associated with Improper Recycling of Pthalates

and BFRs II-23

5. SERVICE/PROCESS LAUNCHES/INITIATIVES II-24

YouChange Holdings Introduces E-waste Recycling Program for

Schools II-24

GREENspot DROPoff Introduces e-Waste Collection Program II-24

Consumer Electronics Association Unveils Greener Gadgets.org II-24

bak2 Group Unveils www.bak2.fr Online Recycling Website II-25

ecoATM Unveils Automatic eCycling Station II-25

Dell Unveils Free Laptop Battery Recycling Program II-25

Attero Recycling Introduces Mobile Take-Back Service II-25

Hennepin County Introduces Media Recycling II-26

Stena Metall Unveils New Recycling Process for LCD Screens II-26

Hewlett Packard to Launch EACR Program II-26

Samsung India Electronics Initiates STAR Program in India II-26

Qatar Telecom Unveils E-Waste Recycling Program II-27

Samsung Electronics Introduces B2B Recycling Program II-27

Future Shop Unveils Flip Your Phone Program II-28

EcoATM Deploys Electronic Waste Recycling Kiosk II-28

American TV Appliance Introduces Electronics Recycling Project II-28

HCL Technologies Introduces E-Waste Management Program II-29

Sony Electronics Launches GreenFill Recycling Program II-29

Best Buy to Introduce Electronics Recycling Initiative II-29

NEXCOM Introduces ecoNEW® Service II-29

6. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-31

Waste Management Recycle America and Alcoa Join CAER II-31

Avnet Takes Over Canvas Systems II-31

Sims Metal Management Invests in Chiho-Tiande II-31

E-Waste Systems Signs Agreement with Zak Enterprises II-32

U.S. Micro Corporation Announces Opening of IT Recycling and

Distribution Center II-32

ecoATM to Showcase Consumer Electronics Recycling Kiosk II-32

ARCA Extends Contract with Xcel Energy II-32

Axeda to Offer Connectivity and Remote Management Services to

ecoATM II-33

Waste Management and Alcoa Join Coalition of American

Electronics Recycling II-33

XTechnology Receives Responsible Recycling (R2) Accreditation II-33

WM Recycle America Receives R2/RIOS Certified Electronics

Recycler® Designation II-34

CRT Recycling To Close Recycling Operations Due to Stringent

EA Guidelines II-34

Image Microsystems Procures New Facility II-34

EACR Unveils e-Waste Recycling Facility II-34

Sims Metal Acquires S3 Interactive II-35

Waste Management Acquires Access Computer II-35

Sunnking Takes Over Sunnking Associates II-35

Avnet Inks a Definitive Take Over Agreement with ROUND2 II-36

Hindustan Unilever in Collaboration with Bharti Retail

Launches Go Recycle Campaign II-36

Bepex International Enters into Agreement with Thanh Tai Gas II-36

Lagos Waste Management Authority Signs MoU with D Nigeria II-36

Panasonic to Form Joint Venture with Sumitomo, DOWA, Hangzhou

DADI II-37

Sims Metal Takes Over Device and ergoTrade II-37

Alcoa Acquires Stake in Electronic Recyclers II-37

Fox Petroleum to Acquire Recycling Assets o Resource Polymers II-37

Materials Processing to Unveil New e-Recycling Center II-37

Fox Petroleum to Form New Recycling Subsidiary II-38

Hydromet Inks MoU with PGM Refiners II-38

ANZRP to Collaborate with Infoactiv for e-Waste Recycling II-38

Bee’ah Unveils e-Waste Treatment Unit II-38

Project Green AV and Global Electronics Recycling Enter into

Partnership II-39

E-Waste Systems Acquires Tech Disposal II-39

Nigerian Government to Set Up Plastic Recycling Facilities II-39

Stena Technoworld Constructs Fridge Recycling Unit II-40

Waste Systems Enters into Partnership with Fine Resources II-40

Giampaolo Group of Companies Acquires GEEP II-40

SWEEEP Kuusakoski Installs New Furnace Technology for CRT Screens II-40

GEEP and ProAmbi Ink Partnership Agreement II-41

Green Industries Commences Operations in Janesville II-41

Oscar Winski Establishes Oscar Winski eRecycling Division II-41

Umicore Sets Up Battery Recycling Facility II-41

US Inks National Strategy for Electronics Stewardship II-42

Safaricom and Computers for Schools Kenya Enter into Partnership II-42

Creative Recycling Systems Establishes GreenRock Rare Earth

Recovery II-42

GreenCo Solutions Selects ARCA for Turnkey Recycling Services II-42

Rhodia and Umicore Jointly Develop REE Recycling Process from

NiMH II-43

Panasonic to Commence Electronics Recycling Program II-43

Stena Technoworld Takes Over SIRA II-43

Kuusakoski Purchases Majority Stake in Averhoff II-43

Arrow Electronics Acquires Intechra II-44

Stena Technoworld Buys StenaSafina II-44

Sims Recycling Solutions Takes Over Wincanton II-44

Stena Technoworld Takes Over MP Ambiente II-44

Hendrick’s Salvage Buys E-Waste Recyclers II-44

Colt Refining Takes Over Waste Management Recycling Products II-45

ROUND2 Purchase PolymerCycle II-45

ROUND2 Takes Over Monitex II-45

SimsMM Australia Inks Agreement with CMRS II-45

US Wireless Online Merges with Go Green Electronic Recycling II-46

Guaranteed Recycling Xperts Merges Operations with Metech

International II-46

Cerebra Integrated Technologies and Cimelia Resource Recovery

Form Strategic Alliance II-46

Sims Recycling Solutions and Immark Enter into Partnership II-46

Electronic Recyclers Obtains Approval for Glass Recycling

Technology II-47

Sims Recycling Solutions Establishes E-Waste Recycling Plant II-47

Sims Recycling Solutions to Set Up Electronics Recycling Facility II-48

A New Electronic Waste Recycling Company Set Up in Dallas II-48

Kuusakoski to Establish Electronics Recycling Plant in US II-48

Codima Establishes New Waste Disposal Division II-48

ROUND2 to Relocate Processes to New Plant II-48

Coinstar Invests in ecoATM II-49

Recycla Extends E-Waste Recycling Capacity II-49

Garb Oil Power Divests E-Waste Facility to SRI II-49

AERC.com, Inc.’s Electronics Processing Com-Cycle Facility

Receives R2 / RIOS Certification II-50

Institute for Scrap Recycling Industries Takes Over

International Association of Electronics Recyclers II-50

LS-Nikko Copper Invests in Electronic Recyclers II-50

CSI Leasing Sets Up CSI Electronics Processing Centre II-50

Sharp Electronics Expands Electronics Recycling Plan in US II-51

Dell Bans Electronic Waste Exports to Developing Countries II-51

7. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-52

AERC Recycling Solutions (US) II-52

American Retroworks Inc. (US) II-52

Dlubak Glass Company (US) II-52

Eco International (US) II-53

Fortune Plastic Metal, Inc. (US) II-53

MBA Polymers, Inc. (US) II-53

Sims Metal Management Limited (US) II-53

UniversalRecyclers.com (US) II-53

8. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-55

Table 4: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Electronics Recycling by Geographic Region – US, Canada,

Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of

World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-55

Table 5: World 10-Year Perspective for Electronics Recycling

by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Revenues

for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

and Rest of World Markets for 2009, 2012 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-56

Table 6: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Metals by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan, Europe,

Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World Markets

Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$

Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-57

Table 7: World 10-Year Perspective for Metals by Geographic

Region – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Revenues for US,

Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), and

Rest of World Markets for 2009, 2012 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-58

Table 8: World Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Other Materials by Geographic Region – US, Canada, Japan,

Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) and Rest of World

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in

US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-59

Table 9: World 10-Year Perspective for Other Materials by

Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Revenues

for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),

and Rest of World Markets for 2009, 2012 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-60

III. MARKET

1. THE UNITED STATES III-1

A.Market Analysis III-1

Outlook III-1

Facts about E-Waste Market in the US III-1

Hazardous Waste Recycling Statistics III-2

Table 10: US Scrap Recycling (2010): Percentage Breakdown

of Volume Recycled by Material Type (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-2

Table 11: US Hazardous Waste Recycling (2009): Breakdown By

Recycling Management Method and Volumes Managed (Tons)

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-2

US Legislation Mandating Recycling of Certain Electronics III-2

US Legislations on Electric and Electronic Waste III-3

Year of E-Waste Legislations Passed by US States III-3

Illegal Recycling Disables Recycling Industry III-4

Advantages of Electronics Recycling III-4

Growing Electronic Waste Woes III-5

FIGURE: Ideal Product Lifecycle in the US III-5

Growing Demand for Regulations Mandating Electronic Waste

Recycling in US III-6

Product Stewardship to Reform E-waste Recycling Industry III-6

Expanding Market for Electronic Recycling in US III-6

Electronics Recycling Federal Authorities in North America III-7

Top 10 E-recycling Firms in the US (2008) III-7

Top 10 E-recycling Facilities in North America (2009) III-8

Recycling Industry Run Down by Global Economic Downturn III-8

Disposal Ban Laws for Select US States III-8

Regulatory Overview III-9

US Gets Regulatory Framework for Monitoring Used

Electronics’ Exports III-9

Responsible Electronic Recycling Act (RERA) III-10

Growing Amount of Scrapped Materials III-10

US Passes Legislature on E-Waste Recycling III-10

Important Features of the New Legislation III-10

Table 12: US E-waste Recycling Market (2010): Rate of

Recycling by Electronic Product (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-11

New Law to Check Mixing of Electronic Waste with the

Municipal Trash III-11

Product launches/initiatives III-11

Strategic corporate developments III-14

Key players III-25

B.Market Analytics III-27

Table 13: US Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and Others

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures

in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-27

Table 14: US 10-Year Perspective for Electronics Recycling

by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Revenues

for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-28

2. CANADA III-29

A.Market Analysis III-29

Outlook III-29

Electronic Waste and Recycling – An Overview III-29

Canada Awakens to E-Waste Recycling III-29

Product launches/initiatives III-30

Strategic corporate developments III-31

B.Market Analytics III-32

Table 15: Canadian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis

for Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and

Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-32

Table 16: Canadian 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-33

3. JAPAN III-34

A.Market Analysis III-34

Outlook III-34

Electronic Waste Treatment Goes Creative! III-34

Urban Mining to Reduce Load on Natural Resources in Japan III-34

Product Launches/Initiatives III-35

B.Market Analytics III-36

Table 17: Japanese Recent Past, Current Future Analysis

for Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and

Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

Table 18: Japanese 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-37

4. EUROPE III-38

A.Market Analysis III-38

Outlook III-38

Overview of the E-Waste Management Market in Europe III-38

Fate of the E-waste Generated in the EU III-38

Table 19: EU Color Television Exports (2010): Percentage

Breakdown of by Destination Country (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) III-39

Stringent Trade Barriers on Exports of European E-wastes III-39

Legislation Promotes e-Waste Recycling in Europe III-39

Table 20: Per Capita Collection of WEEE (in Kgs) by Select

European Countries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-40

European Legislations on Electric and Electronic Waste III-41

Overview of Electronics Recycling Organizations in Europe

by Country III-41

Second-hand Goods Legalized, Ban on Exports of E-wastes! III-42

Would the ‘Environment-friendly’ Label Help? III-42

B.Market Analytics III-43

Table 21: European Recent Past, Current Future Analysis

for Electronics Recycling by Geographic Region – France,

Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures

in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-43

Table 22: European 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of

Annual Revenues for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain,

Russia, and Rest of Europe Markets for 2009, 2012 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-44

Table 23: European Recent Past, Current Future Analysis

for Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and

Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue

Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-45

Table 24: European 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-46

4a. FRANCE III-47

A.Market Analysis III-47

Outlook III-47

Strategic Corporate Developments III-47

B.Market Analytics III-48

Table 25: French Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and Others

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures

in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-48

Table 26: French 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-49

4b. GERMANY III-50

A.Market Analysis III-50

Outlook III-50

Strategic Corporate Developments III-50

B.Market Analytics III-51

Table 27: German Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and Others

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures

in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-51

Table 28: German 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-52

4c. ITALY III-53

A.Market Analysis III-53

Outlook III-53

Strategic corporate Developments III-53

B.Market Analytics III-54

Table 29: Italian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and Others

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures

in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-54

Table 30: Italian 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-55

4d. THE UNITED KINGDOM III-56

A.Market Analysis III-56

Outlook III-56

Facts about Recycling Market in the UK III-56

Table 31: UK Per Capita E-Waste Collection (in Kgs): 2008 –

2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Product launch/initiative III-57

Strategic corporate developments III-57

B.Market Analytics III-59

Table 32: UK Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and Others

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures

in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-59

Table 33: UK 10-Year Perspective for Electronics Recycling

by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Revenues

for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012 2018

(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60

4e. SPAIN III-61

A.Market Analysis III-61

Outlook III-61

B.Market Analytics III-61

Table 34: Spanish Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and Others

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures

in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-61

Table 35: Spanish 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-62

4f. RUSSIA III-63

A.Market Analysis III-63

Outlook III-63

Status of e-waste Recycling III-63

A Major Glass Recycler III-63

B.Market Analytics III-64

Table 36: Russian Recent Past, Current Future Analysis for

Electronics Recycling by Material Type – Metals, and Others

Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures

in US$ Million for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) III-64

Table 37: Russian 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-65

4g. REST OF EUROPE III-66

A.Market Analysis III-66

Outlook III-66

Recycling Practices in Ireland III-66

Overview of Swiss E-waste Management Stakeholders III-66

Product launch/initiative III-67

Strategic corporate developments III-67

B.Market Analytics III-68

Table 38: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current Future

Analysis for Electronics Recycling by Material Type –

Metals, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-68

Table 39: Rest of Europe 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-69

5. ASIA-PACIFIC III-70

A.Market Analysis III-70

Outlook III-70

A Snapshot of E-Recycling Market in Asia-Pacific III-70

Facts about E-Waste Market in Asia-Pacific III-70

Legislations on Electric and Electronic Waste in Asia-Pacific III-71

Illegal Imports of e-Waste III-71

Taiwan to Cooperate with China in Recycling Large Scale

Electronic Scrap in China III-72

China and Taiwan to Cooperate for Recycling Electronic Waste III-72

China III-72

Chinese Regulations to Confront Electronic Waste Issues III-72

China to Step up Recycling Activities III-73

India III-73

Overview of Electronic Waste Treatment in India III-73

E-waste Accumulation in India to Witness Substantial Growth III-74

Problem of E-waste in India III-75

Extended Product Responsibility: A New Concept In India III-75

Value Chain Participants Active in E-waste Management III-75

E-Waste to Grow At a Fast Pace III-76

Tackling the E-waste Problem III-76

Business Opportunity III-76

Emerging Crisis of Electronic Waste Dumping in India III-76

New Zealand III-77

Regulatory Environment III-77

Chinese Government Passes China WEEE III-77

Product Launches/Initiatives III-78

Strategic Corporate Developments III-79

B.Market Analytics III-82

Table 40: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current Future

Analysis for Electronics Recycling by Material Type –

Metals, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-82

Table 41: Asia-Pacific 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-83

6. REST OF WORLD III-84

A.Market Analysis III-84

Outlook III-84

Facts about the E-Waste Market III-84

Increasing Trend of Electronic Waste Recycling in East Africa III-84

Problem of E-waste in South Africa III-85

Accra – A Major Market for Recycling of E-Waste III-85

Nigerian Government to Set Up Plastic Recycling Facilities III-86

Middle East Makes Efforts for Effective Management of E-Waste III-86

Toxic Waste Management in the UAE III-87

Waste Management Market in Chile: A Glance III-87

Product launches/initiatives III-87

Strategic corporate Developments III-88

B.Market Analytics III-90

Table 42: Rest of World Recent Past, Current Future

Analysis for Electronics Recycling by Material Type –

Metals, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with

Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Million for Years 2009 through

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-90

Table 43: Rest of World 10-Year Perspective for Electronics

Recycling by Material Type – Percentage Breakdown of Annual

Revenues for Metals, and Others Markets for 2009, 2012

2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-91

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 262 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries – 285)

The United States (88)

Canada (11)

Japan (3)

Europe (160)

– France (20)

– Germany (32)

– The United Kingdom (23)

– Italy (1)

– Spain (5)

– Rest of Europe (79)

Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (17)

Latin America (2)

Africa (2)

Middle-East (2)

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