Impact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets

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The new EU legislation (Directive 2002/96/EC) regarding the collection and recycling of Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) will come into effect on the 13 August 2005. It will mean that producers of EEE will have to finance the end-of-life recycling and recovery costs of all their products. The plastic industry may have to adapt to the product design changes that OEMs are likely to introduce, but it may also have to compete with the forecasted amount of recycled plastic that will become available in the market. An increase in the amount and quality of recycled plastics, together with lower prices, could mean a serious threat to the plastic producers already struggling with rising prices and tougher legislation.

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Impact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets, Executive SummaryWhat is this Research?IntroductionHow Can it Help?Summary of FindingsA Changing MarketLegislative Implementation and RecyclersSWOT AnalysisImpact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets, IntroductionIntroduction and DefinitionsIntroduction to the ResearchTimeline for European WEEE DirectiveCategories Covered by WEEE directiveDefinitions of Legislative TerminologyRequired Logistics for Implementation of WEEE DirectiveComparison with other IndustriesEU Automotive MarketEU Packaging MarketJapanese EEE MarketImpact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets, Total Market for Plastics in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE)IntroductionIntroductionIndustry ChallengesMarket Forecast for Plastics in EEEDriversRestraintsMarket ForecastMarket Breakdown by Type of PlasticMarket and Technology TrendsMarket and Technology TrendsImpact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets, Competitive AnalysisIntroductionValue Chain for Plastics in EEEKey Market ParticipantsStrategiesOutlook for Polymer ProducersOutlook for EEE ProducersOutlook for RecyclersCase Studies of OEMsDellElectrolux GroupNokiaSharpImpact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets, Legislative Implementation and its Impact on European CountriesIntroductionComparison of Regions and RecommendationsMarket Forecast for Recycled PlasticUKIntroductionMain PlayersFranceIntroductionMain PlayersBeneluxIntroductionMain PlayersGermanyIntroductionMain PlayersScandinaviaIntroductionMain PlayersIberiaIntroductionMain PlayersItalyIntroductionMain PlayersAlpineIntroductionMain PlayersImpact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets, SWOT AnalysisIntroductionIntroductionStrengths and WeaknessesStrengthsWeaknessesOpportunities and ThreatsOpportunitiesThreatsImpact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets, Competitor DatabaseFrost & Sullivan AwardsDefinitionsCustomer Service LeadershipGrowth Strategy LeadershipLeadership in Environmental SustainabilityTechnology LeadershipDKIPPlastic ProducersRecyclers and Compliance SystemsOEMsImpact of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Recycling Legislation on the Western European Plastics Markets, AppendixAbbreviationsAbbreviations




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