Netscribes' latest market research report titled E-Waste Market in India 2014 describes the dynamics of e-waste recycling in India. E-waste is generated when electronic products reach the end of their lifecycle or utility to the consumer, and needs to be properly recycled to minimize environmental risks. Televisions, personal computers and refrigerators are the largest contributors to e-waste generation in India. Large volume of e-waste in India gets recycled by the informal sector, which is often ill-equipped to handle the hazardous elements such as lead, mercury and others. Demand for e-waste management in India is driven by a sharp rise in electronic gadgets consumption, rapid technology obsolescence and increased awareness regarding safe and responsible disposal of e-waste. However, e-waste companies in India find it difficult to negotiate reserve price' or minimum price for collection of e-waste from corporate organizations, as well as prevent disposal of such waste to scrap collectors at a lower price. Thus, government intervention is required to enforce strict policies regarding disposal of e-waste, and to form more tie-ups with international organizations for their expertise and technical acumen.
Table of Contents
Slide 1: Executive Summary Macroeconomic Indicators Slide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2010-11 - 2013-14), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Jul-Aug 2013 - Nov-Dec 2013) Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Feb 2013 - Jul 2013), Exchange Rate: Half Yearly (Oct 2013 - Mar 2014) Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2008-09 - 2011-12), Trade Balance: Annual (2010-11 - 2013-14*), FDI: Annual (2009-10 - 2012-13) Introduction Slide 5: Introduction Market Overview Slide 6-7: Market Overview - Global Slide 8-10: Market Overview - India E-Waste Management Slide 11: E-Waste Management Flowchart Slide 12: E-Waste Recycling Procedure Roles of E-Waste Stakeholders Slide 13: Roles of E-Waste Stakeholders Drivers and Challenges Slide 14: Drivers and Challenges - Summary Slide 15-19: Drivers Slide 20-21: Challenges Government Initiatives Slide 22: Government Initiatives Competitive Landscape Slide 23: Porter's Five Forces Analysis Slide 24-28: Competitive Benchmarking Slide 29-40: Major Public Players Slide 41-69: Major Private Players Market Opportunities Slide 70-71: Scope in India - Across Product Verticals Strategic Recommendations Slide 72-73: Recommendations Appendix Slide 74: Key Ratios Description Slide 75: Sources of Information
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