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E-Waste Management : Detailed Analyses of Industry Trends and Structure | 2024
E-Waste Management : Detailed Analyses of Industry Trends and Structure | 2024
Today electronic-waste or e-waste has mounted exponentially as the use of electronics and
electronic gadgets have increased. Electronics such as computers, televisions, mobile phones,
fridges, tablets, washing machines, digital cameras, home entertainment systems, dryers, stereo
systems, toasters, and kettles come with circuitry, battery supply, and electrical components. Thus,
e-waste is increasing and with it, the concern regarding the disposal and recycling of this waste.
Health hazards occurring due to the discharge of toxic materials into the environment have
amplified the need for efficient e-waste management techniques. Thus, the market for e-waste
management is expected to flourish in the coming years.
The study presents a comprehensive assessment of the global e-waste management industry, taking
into account historical trends, data, and statistics that help with future projections of the market
size. The market is segmented on the basis of source of waste generation and geography. By source
of waste generation, the global electronic-waste market is segmented into IT and Telecom,
domestic, and consumer electronics.
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Global E-Waste Management Market: Trends and Opportunities
The migration to flat-screen televisions and monitors and also from analogue to digital
technologies is expected to fuel the generation of e-waste. Rapid innovation in home appliances
and electronics are expected to boost their sales and this in turn will lead to more e-waste,
furthering the need for e-waste management. In addition to this, the market is also positively
influenced by factors such as rapid industrialization and urbanization.
Policies which define e-waste regularization are expected to boost the growth of the market and
create a higher level of awareness regarding the harm caused by electronic waste on the
environment. Policies are ensuring that manufacturers are responsible for the complete lifecycle
of their electronic items. Many electronic and IT companies are joining hands with organizations
that help in the management of e-waste. Additionally, awareness is being created about the need
to donate, reuse, and lease electronic goods so as to extend the life of products and curb e-waste.
On the other hand, some of the factors dampening the market are high costs incurred during
recycling and a lack of waste collection centers.
Global E-Waste Management Market: Region-wise Outlook
On the basis of geography, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and
the Rest of the World. Of these, the e-waste generation market is leading in North America and
Europe. These regions are sensitive to issues pertaining to environmental pollution and thus,
contribute maximum to the global e-waste generation market. Asia Pacific is also expected to
follow in the line in terms of significant growth in the coming years. As this region houses many
consumer electronics manufacturers, the need to minimize e-waste is estimated to grow and drive
the market in the years to come. Countries such as China and Japan are expected to be key
contributors to the market.
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Key Players Mentioned in the Report
The report profiles key players in the e-waste generation market for the purpose of study. The
detailed study of key players enables players both new and established, to get a clear understanding
of the market and the scope, allowing them to invest smartly in the industry. Some of the vendors
operating in the e-waste generation market are: Waste Management Inc., Sims Recycling Ltd.,
Electronic Recyclers International, Inc., MRI (Australia) Pty Ltd., Electronic Waste Management,
E-Waste Harvesters, E-Waste Systems, Inc., and Desco Electronic Recyclers.
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