Europe E-Waste Management Market By Type (Trashed, Recycle), Source (Household appliances, IT and Telecommunications, Consumer Electronics and Others)
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The Europe E-Waste Management Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 25.4% during 2016 -2022. Many electronic goods manufacturers have realized the benefits of recycling and processing e-waste. Substantial amount of e-waste is generated during R&D and manufacturing activities, and now the manufacturers are looking towards taking advantage of the e-waste and extract valuable materials form the e-waste. Governments around the world have taken initiatives to motivate manufacturers to arrange in-house e-waste management activities or to outsource these activities to third party entities.
In spite of expensive recycling methods, recycling is the most suitable option for e-waste management, as it provides benefits such as extraction of precious metals and effectively solve the problem of decreasing landfill areas. By source of waste, the market is segmented into household appliances, IT and communication devices and consumer electronics devices, where household appliances hold the largest market share amongst others.
The report highlights the adoption of E ? Waste Management in Europe. Based on the Type, the Europe E ? Waste Management Market is segmented into Trashed and Recycle segment. Based on the Source, the market is bifurcated into Household appliances, IT and telecommunications and Consumer Electronics & Other segments. The Household Segment is segmented into Refrigerators, Lightings and others sub-segments. The IT & Telecommunications segment is segmented into Computer, Laptops and Printing Devices; Mobile Phones and Other sub-segments.
The Consumer Electronics & Other segment is segmented into TV, Radio, Music Systems, CD; and other sub-segments. The countries included in the report are Germany, UK, France, Russia, Spain, Italy and Rest of Europe. Key players profiled in the report include Stena Metall AB, Umicore S.A, SIMS Metal Management Ltd., Enviro-Hub Holdings Ltd., Sonatest, Triple M Metal Lp., Lifespan Technology Recycling Inc., Boliden Ab, Crt Recycling, Inc., Tetronics Limited.