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ELECTRONICS RECYCLING

INDUSTRY REPORT - 2005

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

iaer electronics recycling industry report 2005
IAER ELECTRONICS RECYCLING INDUSTRY REPORT - 2005
  • Publisher: Resource Recycling Magazine
  • Publication Date: October 2005
    • In conjunction with E-Scrap Conference
  • New Industry Survey
    • To be conducted in June
  • New Industry Research
  • Updated & Expanded Industry Directory
highlights from iaer survey 2003
HIGHLIGHTS from IAER SURVEY 2003
  • Electronics recycling companies in the USA: over 400
  • Employees: over 7000
  • Annual Revenue: over $US 700 million
  • Annual Volumes processed:
    • over 1.5 billion pounds (750K tons)
    • including more than 40 million units of computer equipment
    • electronics recycling process yielded approximately 900 million pounds of recyclable materials
industry demographics
INDUSTRY DEMOGRAPHICS
  • Analysis of updated & expanded Industry Database
  • Resource Recycling Magazine Processor Study - 2004
electronics recyclers in the usa
ELECTRONICS RECYCLERS in the USA

(data from IAER database)

Number

of Recyclers

Not including OEMs & NFPs

2005

2003

u s electronics recyclers demographics
U.S. ELECTRONICS RECYCLERS - Demographics

Years in the business

>20

16-20

11-15

6-10

Resource Recycling Magazine Processor Survey - 2004

u s electronics recyclers demographics8
U.S. ELECTRONICS RECYCLERS - Demographics

Number of Employees

>200

100-199

75-100

50-74

25-49

Resource Recycling Magazine Processor Survey - 2004

annual sales
ANNUAL SALES

Resource Recycling Magazine Processor Survey - 2004

highlights from iaer research 2003 outlook to 2010
HIGHLIGHTS from IAER RESEARCH 2003Outlook to 2010
  • Consumer electronics:
    • About 3 billion units will be scrapped
    • or an average of about 400 million units/year
  • Computer Equipment (from all sectors):
    • about one billion units will become potential scrap
    • or an average of more than 100 million units/year
  • Electronics Recycling Industry
    • to grow its capacity by a factor of 4 or 5
examples of new research from recent data reports
EXAMPLES OF NEW RESEARCH From Recent Data & Reports
  • Resource Recycling Magazine Survey
  • EPA & Regional Programs Data
  • Consumer Electronics Trends
collection trends method
Collection Trends - Method

Resource Recycling Magazine Collections Survey - 2004

collections trends materials
Collections Trends - Materials

Resource Recycling Magazine Collections Survey - 2004

recent waste stream data
RECENT WASTE STREAM DATA

FEDERAL DATA

(EPA/Franklin Associates – 2001)

  • Total generation of consumer electronics waste in the U.S. municipal waste stream
    • Over 2 million tons per year
    • ~1.3% of total municipal waste stream
    • Less than 10% recovered for recycling

STATE DATA

(MN, PA, WI, OR, VT Studies: 2000-2002)

  • Consumer electronics represents an average of 1.7% of municipal waste stream
items collected in municipal programs
ITEMS COLLECTED in MUNICIPAL PROGRAMS

(data from EPA 11)

% by number of items

material composition of consumer electronics in municipal waste stream
Material Composition of Consumer Electronics in Municipal Waste Stream

(data from EPA 5)

% by weight

composition of demanufactured computer equipment
Composition of Demanufactured Computer Equipment

(data from UMass19)

Plastics &

Trash

Wire

Parts/Asm.

cost elements of recycling
COST ELEMENTS of RECYCLING

(data from Minnesota 12)

% of total costs

reuse of electronics
Reuse of Electronics

TVs

Laptops

Monitors

Keyboards

CPUs

NERC Study - 2003

consumer electronics
CONSUMER ELECTRONICS

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

cell phone trends
CELL PHONE TRENDS

U.S. Subscribers - millions

CTIA Survey – 2003

current issues trends
CURRENT ISSUES & TRENDS
  • National/Regional Programs for the collection & recycling of consumer electronics
  • Disposition/handling of exported used electronics
  • Cell phone collection, reuse & recycling
  • Scrap metal markets
  • Industry consolidation
challenges
CHALLENGES
  • Cost of logistics
  • Competition among processors
  • Sufficient processing volumes
  • Cost of processing
  • Marketing of materials
  • Plastics

Resource Recycling Magazine Processor Survey - 2004

observations
OBSERVATIONS
  • The development of the electronics recycling industry was driven by commercial sector – but consumer electronics is becoming a factor
  • Computer equipment still comprises most of volumes (and value) being recycled
  • The volume and variety of electronics products continues to increase
  • The industry still emerging - fragmented, small Co’s, limited process technology & capital
    • but consolidation is in process
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