E-Waste Recycling (Technical Insights)


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This research study discusses the various technologies used in e-waste for recovery of valuable materials and to recycle them along, current status of the e-waste industry along with a detailed analysis of the industry's drivers and challenges.

Table of Contents

E-Waste Recycling (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverview and MethodologyScopeResearch MethodologyOverview and Research HighlightsOverview of the TechnologiesKey FindingsE-Waste Recycling (Technical Insights), Technology Basics and E-Waste Recycling ViewpointTechnology PrimerIntroduction and BasicsSignificance of E-Waste RecyclingHealth Effects of E-WasteE-Waste ManagementRecycling PracticesBest Practices in E-Waste RecyclingE-Waste Recycling (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factors, Regulations and Impact of RecessionTechnology AdoptionPush ForcesPull ForcesForce Field AnalysisEffect of Recession on E-Waste RecyclingRegulations Affecting E-Waste RecyclingBasel ConventionWEEEElektroGExtended Producer ResponsibilityRoHSE-Waste Recycling (Technical Insights), Technology DevelopmentsDevelopments in NAAutomated Processes To Recover Electronic MaterialsE-Waste Recycling Gains MomentumHigh-Grade Plastic Material SeparationDevelopments in EuropeMetal Mobilization Using Microbial ApproachMetal Recovery from E-Waste ScrapLeaching Process To Recovery MetalsTechnology To Recycle E-Waste of Large ProportionsRecovery of Noble Metals from E-WasteDevelopments in APACHigh-Strength and Value-Based Materials from Electronic WastePulverization Process To Handle Printed Circuit BoardsE-Waste Recycling (Technical Insights), Patents and ContactsPatentsUS PatentsOther PatentsContactsIndustry ContactsResearch and Academic ContactsE-Waste Recycling (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseCritical Reference TablesPrinted Circuit Board Sales--World (2002 to 2012)Electronic Component Contribution to Electronic Industry--World (2002 to 2012)Consumer Electronic Contribution to Electronic Industry--World (2002 to 2012)Television Installed Base--World (2004 to 2014)PC Installed Base--World (2002 to 2012)Refrigerator Sales--World (2004 to 2014)Mobile Subscribers--World (2002 to 2012)

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