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List of Figures
Figure 1: Global E-Waste Management Market Size (USD Billion) By Region, 2022 & 2028
Figure 2: Market attractiveness Index, By Region 2028
Figure 3: Market attractiveness Index, By Segment 2028
Figure 4: Competitive Dashboard of top 5 players, 2022
Figure 5: Market Share insights of key players, 2022
Figure 6: Porter's Five Forces of Global E-Waste Management Market
Figure 7: Global E-Waste Management Market Size By Value (2017, 2022 & 2028F) (in USD Billion)
Figure 8: Global E-Waste Management Market Share By Region (2022)
Figure 9: North America E-Waste Management Market Size By Value (2017, 2022 & 2028F) (in USD Billion)
Figure 10: North America E-Waste Management Market Share By Country (2022)
Figure 11: US E-Waste Management Market Size By Value (2017, 2022 & 2028F) (in USD Billion)
Figure 12: Canada E-Waste Management Market Size By Value (2017, 2022 & 2028F) (in USD Billion)
Figure 13: Mexico E-Waste Management Market Size By Value (2017, 2022 & 2028F) (in USD Billion)
List of Table
Table 1: Global E-Waste Management Market Snapshot, By Segmentation (2022 & 2028) (in USD Billion)
Table 2: Influencing Factors for Global E-Waste Management Market, 2022
Table 3: Top 10 Counties Economic Snapshot 2020
Table 4: Economic Snapshot of Other Prominent Countries 2020
Table 5: Average Exchange Rates for Converting Foreign Currencies into U.S. Dollars
Table 6: Global E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast, By Geography (2017 to 2028F) (In USD Billion)
Table 7: Global E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast, By Source Type (2017 to 2028F) (In USD Billion)
Table 8: Global E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast, By Material Type (2017 to 2028F) (In USD Billion)
Table 9: Global E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast, By Application Type (2017 to 2028F) (In USD Billion)
Table 10: North America E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Source Type (2017 to 2028F) (In USD Billion)
Table 11: North America E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Material Type (2017 to 2028F) (In USD Billion)
Table 12: North America E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Application Type (2017 to 2028F) (In USD Billion)
Table 13: US E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Source Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
Table 14: US E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Material Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
Table 15: US E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Application Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
Table 16: Canada E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Source Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
Table 17: Canada E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Material Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
Table 18: Canada E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Application Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
Table 19: Mexico E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Source Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
Table 20: Mexico E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Material Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
Table 21: Mexico E-Waste Management Market Size and Forecast By Application Type (2017, 2022 & 2028F)
1. SENSONEO (Slovakia)
2. Sims Lifecycle Services, Inc.
3. Big Belly Solar, LLC.
4. Waste Management Inc
5. Electronic Recyclers International, Inc.
6. Veolia Environment SA.
7. UMICORE SA and TES-AMM.
8. Tetronics (International) Limited
10. Ecube Labs Co., Ltd
11. Covanta Holding Corporation
12. Republic Services, Inc.
13. Aurubis AG.
14. Stena Metall AB
15. GFL Environmental
1. SENSONEO (Slovakia)
2. Sims Lifecycle Services, Inc.
3. Big Belly Solar, LLC.
4. Waste Management Inc
5. Electronic Recyclers International, Inc.
North America acquired a commendable share of the worldwide market for e-waste management due to the stringent rules that the Environmental Protection Agency has put in place in this area. Additionally, the rising per capita earnings in the region's several nations have compelled people to regularly upgrade the devices they buy. Sales of electronic goods, including mobile phones, laptops, and refrigerators, have surged over the past ten years, which has led to an increase in the amount of e-waste produced in the area. Further, the market is anticipated to witness higher traction across various developing economies, mainly owing to the development of new products due to continuous innovations and the constantly declining prices of electronic products. Moreover, growing urbanisation and population, coupled with rising disposable income and constantly evolving residential infrastructure, are further contributing to the e-waste management market in the region. Also, owing to the rising government regulations for the systematic collection and recycling of electronic scrap in the region, the market is growing at a commendable rate. According to the research report, "North America E-Waste Management Market Research Report, 2028," published by Actual Market Research, the market is projected to grow at an 11.85% CAGR by 2023–2028. Electronic waste management in North America is regulated by various government agencies and organizations, including the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the United States and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in Canada. The regulations typically aim to reduce the environmental impact of e-waste and protect human health by promoting proper disposal and recycling practices. This includes mandates for electronics manufacturers to participate in e-waste recycling programmes and restrictions on the export of hazardous e-waste to developing countries. The regulations also aim to encourage the development of more environmentally friendly and sustainable electronics. E-waste management regulations in North America vary by country. In the United States, the federal government does not have a comprehensive national e-waste management program, but individual states have enacted their own regulations. For example, California has a mandatory recycling programme for certain electronics, while other states allow for free disposal of electronics with household waste. Canada has a similar approach, with some provinces having their own e-waste management regulations while others follow a federal guideline. North America has stringent regulations and policies for e-waste collection and disposal. In the state of Victoria, it is illegal for e-waste to enter landfills as it contains hazardous substances and must be separated from other waste. The EPA imposes the government’s e-waste policy in the state. The presence of major recycling and reprocessing firms in the region is expected to fuel the e-waste management industry's growth. According to the report, the market is segmented into three major countries, including the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico. Among them, the USA is leading the market in 2022. Due to the on-going improvement of information and communication technologies, the region's e-waste has increased year after year. The North American e-waste management market expansion analysis looks at the United States and Canada. Due to a lack of effective management practises and regulatory oversight, the United States is recognised as a major generator of e-waste. Recycling legislation has been passed in several states. Furthermore, Canada is addressing the issue of lowering hazardous e-waste disposal and processing levels by boosting reusing, recycling, and recovery efforts. At the same time, it encourages manufacturers to invent and design environmentally friendly products. The majority of e-waste regulations in the country have been developed by the regional governments, with the federal government playing a vital role in supporting harmonisation among provinces. These countries are sensitive to environmental pollution issues and thus contribute the most to the global e-waste generation market. This is one of the most important factors that have a positive impact on market growth. Even though the United States is currently the world's largest exporter of electronic waste, domestic recycling programs are being expanded. The United States-based National Center for Electronics Recycling is dedicated to expanding the domestic e-waste recycling market. The United States exported much of its electronic waste in 2010; however, as it expands its domestic recycling market, this is likely to change. Domestic programs for recycling electronic waste will cut down on the amount of waste sent to developing nations and the harm it does to people's health and the environment there. Currently, a market trend in North America highlights the fact that the majority of e-waste is discarded rather than recycled or reused in developing nations. When compared to other household appliances, refrigerator sets from household appliances are discarded in the greatest number of all sources of electronic waste, including consumer electronics, IT and telecommunications, and household appliances. The shorter lifespan of electronic goods, such as, In the North American region, the use of computers, laptops, and mobile phones generates a significant amount of electronic waste. E-waste is typically collected in North America through a combination of government and private sector initiatives, as well as manufacturer take-back programs. In North America, some states and municipalities have enacted laws that require manufacturers to finance and run their own product take-back programs, while others have developed their own programs. In addition, a lot of retailers, manufacturers, and non-profit organizations provide drop-off locations or collection events where customers can bring their out-dated electronics to be disposed of in the right way. Typically, the collected e-waste is transported to a processing facility, where it is sorted and processed before being recycled or disposed of appropriately. E-waste collection programs have been implemented by numerous North American retailers, including Apple and Best Buy. At these stores, customers can drop off their electronic waste, which is either recycled or disposed of in a way that is safe for the environment and human health. The generation of e-waste in North America is a growing concern due to the environmental and health risks posed by the improper disposal of electronic devices. To address this issue, many governments and organisations in North America have implemented regulations and programmes aimed at promoting the responsible disposal of e-waste and encouraging the recycling of materials from discarded electronic devices. In North America, there are various regulations in place, such as the Federal Electronic Waste Management Act in the United States and the Waste Diversion Act in Canada, that require the responsible disposal of electronic waste. Proper e-waste management helps companies and individuals comply with these regulations and avoid potential fines and penalties. In recent years, there have been several developments in e-waste management in North America. New technologies have been developed to help recycle electronic waste more efficiently and effectively. These technologies include methods to recover valuable materials from e-waste, such as gold, silver, and copper. Further, governments in North America have formed partnerships with the private sector to help address the e-waste problem. For example, many companies have established take-back programs where they collect used electronics from customers and recycle them responsibly. In addition to that, governments and environmental organisations have launched public education campaigns to raise awareness about the importance of e-waste management. These campaigns aim to educate the public on the dangers of improper e-waste disposal and encourage the responsible disposal of electronic waste. North American E-Waste Start-ups: • TechCollective: TechCollective is a California-based e-waste management company that provides secure and responsible e-waste recycling services to individuals, businesses, and organizations. They offer free pickup services and use cutting-edge technologies to safely and efficiently recycle e-waste. • E-Waste Systems: E-Waste Systems is a Canadian-based e-waste management company that offers a range of e-waste recycling services to help businesses and organisations minimise their environmental impact. They use a closed-loop recycling process that ensures all e-waste is responsibly recycled. • E-Waste Planet: E-Waste Planet is a Washington-based startup that provides e-waste recycling services to individuals, businesses, and organizations. They use state-of-the-art technologies to safely and efficiently recycle e-waste and offer a range of convenient pickup and drop-off options. • Raw Materials Company: Raw Materials Company is a Colorado-based e-waste management startup that provides responsible e-waste recycling services to individuals, businesses, and organizations. They use a closed-loop recycling process that minimizes waste and maximizes the recovery of valuable materials from e-waste. • Green Disk: Green Disk is a Washington-based e-waste management company that provides secure and responsible e-waste recycling services to individuals and businesses. They offer a range of convenient pickup and drop-off options and use cutting-edge technologies to safely and efficiently recycle e-waste. Major Companies present in the market: Enviro-Hub Holdings Ltd, Sensoneo, Sims Lifecycle Services, Inc., Big Belly Solar, LLC., Waste Management Inc, Electronic Recyclers International, Inc., Veolia Environment SA., UMICORE SA and TES-AMM., Tetronics (International) Limited, TES, Ecube Labs Co. Ltd, Covanta Holding Corporation, Republic Services, Inc., Aurubis AG., Stena Metall AB, GFL Environmental Considered in this report • Geography: North America • Historic year: 2017 • Base year: 2022 • Estimated year: 2023 • Forecast year: 2028 Aspects covered in this report • North America E-Waste Management market with its value and forecast along with its segments • Country-wise E-Waste Management market analysis • Various drivers and challenges • On-going trends and developments • Top profiled companies • Strategic recommendation Countries covered in the report: • United States • Canada • Mexico By Source Type: • Household Appliances (Air conditioners, dishwashers, clothes dryers, drying cabinets, freezers, refrigerators, kitchen stoves, water heaters, washing machines, trash compactors, microwave ovens, and induction cookers, etc.) • Consumer Electronics (Mobile Devices, Wearables, TVs, Set Top Boxes, Monitors, Laptops, Tablets, Computers, Printers, Scanners, etc.) • Industrial Electronics (IT & Telecom Equipment, IT Accessories, PCBs, Digital Boards, Datacentres, Medical Equipment and Accessories, etc.) • Others By Material Type: • Metal • Plastic • Glass • Others By Application Type: • Trashed • Recycled The approach of the report: This report consists of a combined approach of primary and secondary research. Secondary research was initially used to gain an understanding of the market and list the companies that are present in it. The secondary research consists of third-party sources such as press releases and annual reports of companies, as well as government-generated reports and databases. After gathering the data from secondary sources, primary research was conducted by conducting telephonic interviews with the leading players about how the market is functioning and then conducting trade calls with dealers and distributors of the market. Following this, we began making primary calls to consumers, segmenting them equally into regional aspects, tier aspects, age groups, and gender. Once we had primary data with us, we started verifying the details obtained from secondary sources. Intended audience: This report can be useful to industry consultants, manufacturers, suppliers, associations and organisations related to the E-Waste Management industry, government bodies, and other stakeholders to align their market-centric strategies. In addition to marketing and presentations, it will also increase competitive knowledge about the industry.