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Market Analysis - Recycling 2017

Recycling -2017 is mainly based on the theme “Regenerate from Waste’’ We warmly welcome all the participants of world’s leading Scientists, Researchers and Scholars. We provide a platform for young researchers and students to present their research through oral presentations through which they can develop a foundation for collaboration among young researchers.

It provides a great platform to cover recent breakthroughs in waste management techniques which is mainly differentiated as Metallurgical, Chemical, Agriculture and Forestry, Textile, Power and Energy, and Construction Industry. Furthermore, the waste recycling is further sub-categorized into Iron and steel, Automotive and Battery Recycling, Food Wastes, Electronics, Glass, Liquids Oils & Chemicals, Minerals Collection, Waste Paper, Scrap Plastic, Tire & Rubber, Wood Recycling.

The Legislature set an ambitious goal of 75 percent recycling, composting or source reduction of solid waste by 2020 calling for the state and the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) to take a statewide approach to decreasing reliance on landfills. This represents the next evolutionary phase of waste management. These goals cannot be met without motivation and action at multiple levels within both the private and public sectors. This mindset is also reflected in ongoing reforms within the Beverage Container Recycling Program to safeguard the recycling fund, combat fraud and maximize resource use.

E Waste Recycling:

We all love our cell phones, tablets, and flat screen TVs. Many of us also love to replace those gadgets every couple of years with the latest and greatest new models. Around the world, 30 to 50 million tons of electronic devices are tossed away every year. The potential revenue from the recycling of e-waste is 2.15 billion Euros and projected to grow significantly. By 2020, the market for recycling of e-waste will grow to 3.67 billion Euros. There is an absolutely phenomenal opportunity in this sector and a big challenge in society to think about how we are going to deal with the increased demand for electronic products and e-waste.

Plastic Recycling:

The plastic recycling industry tends to speed up the rate of recycling as a part of its commitment to provide solutions to the solid waste. In the overall recycling industry, more plastics are expected to get recycled than any other recycling material. Initially, recycled PET was majorly used in the carpet fiber industry in the U.S., and the early development of this business was focused in eastern U.S., where certain states adopted the first bottle deposit laws which led to the collection of post-consumer bottles. In emerging economies such as Asia Pacific, growing demand for post-consumer bottles has prevented the buildup of inventories which has reduced the pressure for the collection industry to develop western markets. The global plastic waste management market is projected to be valued at around USD 26,573.3 million by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 3.02% from 2015 to 2020. The strict laws pertaining to waste management and disposal and increasing awareness of the adverse impact of accumulating plastic waste have led the public sector such as municipalities and the private sector which involves companies offering environmental services such as collection and recycling of plastic waste.

Industrial waste recyclers:

Modern waste is characterized as waste that is created by a mechanical or assembling action. The sorts of modern waste created incorporates earth and rock, stone work and solid, piece metals, oil, junk, solvents, chemicals, weed grass and trees, wood and scrap amble, coal fiery remains, heater slags, and comparable waste. In a large portion of the industrialized economies, the customary way to deal with waste has been to discard it as inexpensively as could be allowed; paying little worry on what happens once the waste leaves the maker's office.

Middle East & Africa, Americas - Global Trends and Forecasts to 2020” defines and segments the global industrial waste management market with an analysis and forecast of the revenue.

The industrial waste management market will develop from an expected $932.4 billion in 2015 to $1,520.0 billion by 2019 with a CAGR of 10.23% from 2015 to 2019. The worldwide modern waste administration market is fragmented on the premise of their administrations which incorporate gathering, reusing, cremation, and landfill. The market is further fragmented on the premise of areas, for example, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Americas.

Summary of the Conference:

Economic and environmental reasons are the base for the ever increasing needs of recycling in our society. Industries and governments are joining their efforts and learning to work together towards better, faster and more efficient ways to recycle for a better future. As people committed to increase the sustainability of our world by recycling resources, the delegates will share our accomplishments towards “Regenerate from Waste”. To create the awareness of recycling, we are conducting the 6th Annual Conference on Recycling during Nov 06-08, 2017 with the theme “Regenerate from Waste”.

Importance and Scope:

There are many reasons why it's important to recycle and compost as much as possible. It conserves raw materials and making new products out of recycled materials reduces the need to consume precious resources. So recycling helps protect raw materials and protect natural habitats for the future. As world  is facing a shortage of raw materials, increased garbage in environment ,increased pollution  Recycling - 2017 during Nov 06-08, 2017 is going to be held at Las Vegas with an aim to grow awareness and interests in the field of Recycling and its allied areas.

Conference Highlights:

• Waste Recycling Legislation

• Waste and Waste Water Recycling Methods

• Waste Water Recycling

• Chemical Waste Recycling

• Plastic Recycling

• Recycling Solid Waste

• Organic Waste Recycling

• Petrochemical and Oil Recycling

• Hazardous Waste Treatment

• E-Waste Recycling

• Recycling Market

• Entrepreneurs Investment Meet

Why to Attend??

The conference will provide a forum for exchange of recent research results among researchers from all across the world focused on learning and sharing knowledge upon use of Recycling and for discussion of future challenges in implementation and application of latest technologies and advances in this field.

Target audience for Recycling 2017

Industry 40%

Academia  50%

Others 10%

 

Association of Ohio Recyclers Major Recycling and Waste Management Associations in USA:

• National Waste and Recycling Association

• Ag Container Recycling Council

• Air & Waste Management Association

• Alabama Recycling Coalition

• Aluminum Association, Inc. (DC)

• American Bureau of Metal Statistics, Inc.

• American Chemical Society, Rubber Division

• American Forest and Paper Association

• American Foundry Society (AFS)

• Arizona Recycling Coalition

• Arkansas Recycling Coalition

Top Universities in USA:

• Harvard University

• Stanford University

• University of California, Berkeley

• Columbia University

• Princeton University

• University of Pennsylvania

• Yale University

• Duke University

• University of Nevada

• University of Phoenix