Published By : 11 Apr 2016 | Published By : QYRESEARCH
E-wastes or electronic wastes consist of broken or unwanted electronic products and peripherals such as televisions, smartphones, refrigerators, laptops, printers, computers, and other electronics. The increasing problem of electronic waste is being resolved by different electronic scrap recycling methods and equipment.
Electronic and electrical products have progressively become a part of our life. To make sure that the electronic products have a minimal impact on the environment, leading players are focusing on manufacturing eco-friendly products that can be easily recycled. Boliden Group has been aiming at melting out various kinds of recycling materials since 1960. Boliden Ronnskar owns various in-house developed technologies and has the capacity to process various kinds of materials. Many such leading players in the global electronic scrap recycling market are focusing on introducing recyclable electronic products in the years to come.
Which are Popular Electronic Products?
Ferrous, precious metals, and non-ferrous metals are some of the various recyclable materials used to make electronic products. Some of the areas where electronic products are gaining popularity are:
The office, handheld devices, and IT equipment that are expected to be in demand in the years to come are laptops, smartphones, and tablets. Small household devices such as toasters, coffee machines, vacuum cleaners, and others are expected to register more demand. The demand for other electronic equipment such as lighting, automotive equipment, and electric fittings is also expected to increase. Just like any other products, the electronic products too, have a life after which they become scrap. Due to the increasing demand for electronic products, the demand for electronic scrap recycling systems is also expected to increase in the years to come.
Over the past few years, there has been an increasing need for electronic scrap recycling systems due to the relatively shorter lifespan of majority of electrical products. Stringent government regulations and advancements in electronic scrap recycling systems have further benefited the global market for electronic scrap recycling. The recycling and dismantling of electronic products converts the undamaged natural resources into reusable goods. Further, electronic scrap recycling helps minimize the water and air pollution, which is a common problem globally.