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ELECTRONICS RECYCLING INDUSTRY REPORT – 2006 HIGHLIGHTS. International Association of Electronics Recyclers. For more information – including ordering, go to the web page at: http://www.iaer.org/communications/indreport.htm. HIGHLIGHTS from IAER SURVEY (Conducted in 2005).

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ELECTRONICS RECYCLING

INDUSTRY REPORT – 2006

HIGHLIGHTS

International Association

of Electronics Recyclers


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For more information – including ordering, go to the web page at:

http://www.iaer.org/communications/indreport.htm


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HIGHLIGHTS from IAER SURVEY page at:(Conducted in 2005)

  • Electronics recycling operations in the USA:

    over 500

  • Employees: ~ 19,000

  • Annual Revenue: ~ $US1.5 billion

  • Annual Volumes processed:

    • ~2.8 billion pounds (1.4M tons)

    • including ~65 million units of computer equipment

    • electronics recycling process yielded ~ 1.3 billion pounds of recyclable materials


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ELECTRONICS RECYCLERS in the USA page at:

(data from IAER database)

Number

of Recyclers

Not including OEMs & NFPs

2005

2003


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Years in the Electronics Recycling Business page at:

0-2

>10

3-5

6-10

Number of years


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Number of Employees page at:Involved in Electronics Recycling Operations

51-100

>100

<10

21-50

10-20

Number of employees


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Electronics Recycling Revenue page at:

Annual US$ (millions)

>$10M

$>5-10M

<$1M

$1-5M


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Total Volume of Electronics Processed page at:

Annual Volume in Pounds (millions)

>20M

10-20M

<1M

5-10M

1-2M

2-5M


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Types of Equipment Processed page at:Average Responses

Computer

% of Total – by weight


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Sources of Equipment page at:AverageResponses

% of Total – by weight


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Outputs of Recycling Operations page at:Typical Responses

Recyclable

Materials

% of Total - by weight


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Recyclable Materials Output page at:AverageResponses

% of Total – by weight


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EXPORT page at:

% of Exports (by weight)

Equipment-

Working

Parts


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WASTE STREAM DATA page at:Consumer Electronics in Municipal Solid Waste - EPA

Millions of Tons - Generated


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CONSUMER ELECTRONICS page at:

U.S. Sales Trends(Consumer Electronics Association)

  • Total 2005 sales to increase 11% to $126 Billion

  • DTV sales increased 78% in 2004 to 7.3M units

  • Sales of portable MP3 players expected to exceed 10 M units in 2005

  • 2005 sales of digital cameras expected to be more than 20 M units

  • Cell phone sales expected to reach 90 M units in 2005

    and

    Global shipments of flat-screen monitors exceeded CRTs in 2004


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CONSUMER ELECTRONICS page at:

Average # of CEProducts Per Household (CEA)


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HOUSEHOLD ELECTRONIC WASTE page at:Estimated Replacements over 20 Years

Consumers Union

Number of Units


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U.S. SALES of DIGITAL TVs page at:

(data from eBrain & CEA)

Units -

Thousands



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CELL PHONE TRENDS page at:

U.S. Subscribers - millions

CTIA Industry Survey


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FLORIDA BRANDS STUDY page at:Product Types Collected

Others

Printers

TVs

Computers

CRT

Monitors

% by weight


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FLORIDA BRANDS STUDY page at:Product Types by Vintage

Age in Years

Oldest

Avg.


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FLORIDA BRANDS STUDY page at:Top Brands Collected

All Products

by Units

Sony

HP

Dell

OTHER

Panasonic

Apple

Compaq

IBM

Packard Bell


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EPA PLUG-IN PILOT PROGRAMS page at:Good-Guys

Materials Recycled

Plastics

Glass


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COMPOSITION of RECYCLED ELECTRONICS page at:UMICORE

% Composition – by weight

TV Boards

PC Boards

Cell Phones


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GROSS METAL VALUE page at:of Recycled ElectronicsUMICORE

US $ per Ton


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CHALLENGES page at:facing YOUR electronics recycling operations

  • Cost of operations

  • Sources of equipment

  • Markets for outputs

  • Capacity

  • Prices for materials & parts

  • Other


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CHALLENGES page at:facing the electronics recycling INDUSTRY

  • Legislation/regulations

  • Logistics/transportation

  • Consumer/residential electronics

  • Product take-back programs

  • Plastics recycling

  • Recycling technology

  • Other


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INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES page at:

Most Respondents Felt That:

  • Regulations have helped the industry

  • R&D is important to electronics recycling

  • There needs to be more communications

  • It is important to achieve some type of certification


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IAER page at:

Web Site - http://www.iaer.org

Email - [email protected]


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