Advances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service outlines the key developments in Electronic Waste Recovery taking place around the world

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Advances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyKey FindingsNoteworthy Emerging TechnologiesNoteworthy Emerging ApplicationsAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology and Application AnalysisTechnology PrimerApplicationsMajor Application Areas and TrendsMajor Application AreasIndustry Trends--The Ripple EffectAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption and Factor AnalysisAnalysis of Technology DriversTechnology Features and BenefitsAdoption Drivers for Electronic Waste Recovery IndustryAnalysis of Technology RestraintsTechnology or Product Development RestraintsCompeting TechnologiesAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Developments in Plastic RecyclingAssessment of Developments in North America and CanadaAnalytical Assay and Flake Separation Technology for Plastic Separation--USA Flame-Retardant-Based Plastics Separation from e-waste Using 'Skin Flotation' Technology--USAElectrostatic Separation of Similar Density Plastic Mixture from Electronic Waste--CanadaAssessment of Developments in the Rest of the WorldTotal e-waste Recycling Solutions by Sims Group--UKElectrostatic Separating Units for E-waste Recycling--GermanyWEEE Plastic Recycling--Bromine Flame-Retardant Recovery by Solvent Removal--UKCreaSolv Process for Brominated FR Recovery from WEEE--GermanyPolymer Blending as Alternative to Separation Processes--ItalyAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Developments in Metal Recovery and Energy RecoveryAssessment of Developments in North America and CanadaHydrometallurgical Process for Precious Metal Recovery from e-wasteVariable Vortex Technology for Recovery of Plastics and Metals In WEEEe-waste Processing and Recycling of Precious Metals--CanadaMaseR Recovery Process and Delamination Technology for Processing e-scrapAssessment of Developments in the Rest of the WorldComputer Munching Microbes--SwitzerlandUmicore State-of-the-Art Metal Recovery from WEEE--BelgiumLeach-Electrowin Process for Metal Recovery from e-waste--UKPrinted Circuit Board Recovery by Leaching--UKKaldo Process for Treating e-scrap--SwedenE-waste Recycling in Bangalore by E-Parisara--IndiaPrinted Circuit Board Pulverization Technology--JapanCitron Oxyreducer Process for Metals Containing Waste--FranceWEEE Recycling Plants with QZ Technology by MeWa Recycling--GermanyAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Developments in Glass Recovery Assessment of Developments in North America and CanadaWater Jet Cutting Technology for CRTs--USAPlasma Waste Converter--Startech Environmental (USA)Hermetically Sealed Crushing of CRTs--USATornado Generator for Pulverization of Material Waste--USAAssessment of Developments in the Rest of the WorldCathode Ray Tube Separation System--UKReverse Glass Processing for Material Recovery from Leaded Glass--UKCarbon Dioxide Laser Cutting Technology for CRTs--FinlandAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Initiatives by Companies; LegislationsInitiatives by CompaniesPanasonic's Electronics Recycling PlantHewlett-Packard's Initiative on e-waste RecyclingSharp CorporationLegislations on Electronic WasteNorth AmericaEuropeAsiaAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Patents; Database of Key Industry Participants; and GlossaryPatentsUS PatentsEuropean and Asian PatentsDatabase of Key Industry Participants and GlossaryDatabase of Key Industrial ParticipantsGlossaryAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2006 Science & Technology AwardsExcellence in Technology AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology Innovation AwardAward DescriptionAward RecipientAdvances in Electronic Waste Recovery (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesGlobal PCB Sales (1999-2006)Global Refrigerator Unit Sales (1999-2006)Global PC Installed Base (1999-2006)Mobile Subscribers (1999-2006)Electronic Components Contribution to the Electronics Industry (1999-2006)Consumer Electronic Contribution to the Electronics Industry (1999-2006)Office Equipment Contribution to the Electronics Industry (1999-2006)




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