Recycling or reusing cell phones helps the environment by saving energy, conserving natural resources, and keeping reusable materials out of landfills, thus reducing pollution. Cell phones contain a large number of chemicals and hazardous substances used in their manufacturing mainly persistent, bio accumulative and toxic chemicals (PBTs).
Global Green and Recycled Cell Phones market to grow at a CAGR of 17.1 percent over the period 2013-2018.
Recycling or reusing cell phones help save energy, conserve natural resources and keep reusable materials out of landfills, thereby helping to reduce pollution and protect the environment.
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The latest report focuses on the increase in e-waste, which contains a lot of hazardous substances that need to be disposed of or recycled properly to protect the environment. The report also highlights stringent safety standards from regulatory authorities that are being introduced to gain better control over e-waste processing techniques. Some of the key end users include:
Commercial Customers Sector
Residential Customers Sector
Equipment Manufacturers Sector
Industrial Customers Sector
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Global Green and Recycled Cell Phones Market 2014-2018, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas, and the EMEA and APAC regions; it also covers the Global Green and Recycled Cell Phones market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.
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“The safety measures quantify the risk and the concentration of toxic chemicals in the environment. The illegal export of e-waste from developed countries is a major challenge faced by developing countries that are already struggling with the existing challenges in processing e-waste. Additionally, governments in developing countries have tightened their regulations on the import, processing and dumping process, to keep a close check on e-waste,”