Friday, June 11, 2010

Global market for electronic waste recovery to reach $12.9 billion by 2014

The global market for electronic waste recovery was worth about $20.5 billion in 2008, but was significantly affected by the global economic recession and declined to $8.4 billion in 2009. It is expected to grow to $10 billion in 2010 and $12.9 billion by 2014, a CAGR of 8.9% from 2009 through 2014.

Learn about the technological shifts; get market forecasts through 2014, market analysis by region, patent analysis tracking emerging research and development trends and profiles of companies in the global electronic waste industry...

Use this report to:
  • Formulate business strategies to take advantage of the technological and investment opportunities in the global markets for recovery, reuse, and disposal of E-waste
  • Understand how current and emerging regulatory trends, including country and state regulations requiring manufacturers to take their products back and recycle them responsibly after the product’s life span, will impact your business
  • Learn about market drivers such as shorter product life spans, affordable laptop computers, the continual upgrading of computer workstations, and the switch from analog to digital signals that are making E-waste more and more prevalent
  • Be prepared for fluctuations in market value and global demand for the metals, plastics, silica, and other materials that comprise electronic equipment.
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