Study assesses the UK nonmetallics recycling market.Dublin-based Research and Markets has added Non-Metal Recycling recycling, the process of recovering and reusing waste products—from household use, manufacturing, agriculture, and business—and thereby reducing their burden on the environment. Market Report 2005 to its offering of studies.
In 2005, the UK market for nonmetallics recycling was worth an estimated 855 million [pounds sterling] (roughly $1.5 billion), which represents a 25 percent increase from 2004's figure, according to according to
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Despite this growth, nonmetallics recycling faces several challenges in the UK, according to the study from Research and Markets.
The report offers analysis of sectors such as paper and board and glass and plastics and provides additional information on the recycling of electrical and electronic scrap and end-of-life end-of-life Cardiac pacing noun The point at which a pacemaker signals need for replacement, as its battery is nearing depletion Medtalk adjective vehicles. The report also examines recycling in the municipal sector, where the collection of segregated material streams for recycling is being introduced on a wide scale, according to the Irish market research firm.
The report finds that the UK market for nonmetallics recycling will grow as legislation tightens in two directions: restrictions on landfill (with punitive pu·ni·tive
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b. products are recycled through the proper channels," according to Research and Markets.
More information on Non-Metal Recycling Market Report 2005 is available at www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c34920.