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The North America E-Waste Management Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 29.5% during 2016 -2022. Technological changes, purchasing power among end users, low initial cost and high obsolescence rate have significantly contributed to rapid growth in e-waste accumulation. Purchasing power among the end users has given the power to upgrade to new technology as and when needed. The constant switching to newer devices and disposing of old ones has significantly contributed to the e-waste accumulation. The limited life span of electronic devices such as refrigerators, mobile phones, televisions etc. has led to regular upgrade of these electronic devices and ultimately leading to e-waste. Considering the aforementioned factors, the need to manage e-waste effectively has been the need of the hour. Lenient regulatory policies and limited awareness among the citizens in most of the nations are the major causes that hamper the growth of the e-waste management market, globally. Nations around the world however are aggressively working towards raising awareness among the citizens and take effective measures to protect the fast deterioration of natural environment.
The report highlights the adoption of E-Waste Management in North America. Based on the Type, the North America 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 segment. 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 U.S, Canada, Mexico and Rest of North America.
Key players profiled in the report includes 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.