TechNavio Insights announces this week the release of the report "Global E-Waste Market 2008-2012"
Online PR News – 10-November-2009 – – Globally, around 40 million metric tons of e-waste is generated each year. Such waste is mainly generated by obsolete computers, printers, and electronic & electrical equipment. Others contributors to e-waste include plastics, screens, printed circuit boards, pollutants, metal plastic mixtures, and cables. In the IT industry, personal computers are the major contributor to e-waste.
TechNavio Insight has announced the release of the report “Global E-Waste Market 2008-2012.” According to TechNavio, “The global e-waste market is forecast to reach 53 million tonnes by 2012 from 42 million tonnes in 2008; thus growing at a CAGR of 6 percent.”
“Metals comprise 60.1 percent of the total e-waste,” says one of the TechNavio experts, “These metals include iron, aluminium, gold, silver, platinum, and hazardous metals like arsenic, lead, etc.”
The report provides global e-waste estimates, projected growth rates, composition by segment, ICT segment contribution, ICT e-waste growth estimates, market trends, and growth drivers. It also profiles some of the e-waste management vendors.
For further information, please visit: http://www.technavio.com/content/global-e-waste-market-2008-2012