희토류 금속 재활용 시장 : 2026년까지의 세계 예측

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희토류 금속 재활용 시장: 용도(영구 자석, 합금, 연마재, 유리, 촉매, 인광제, 세라믹, 수소 저장 합금), 기술(습식 제련, 건식 제련), 지역별 – 2026년까지의 세계 예측

Rare Earth Metals Recycling Market by Application (Permanent Magnets, Alloys, Polishing Materials, Glass, Catalyst, Phosphor, Ceramics, Hydrogen Storage Alloys), Technology (Hydrometallurgical, Pyrometallurgical) and Region – Global Forecasts to 2026

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세계의 희토류 금속(레어 어스 메탈)의 리사이클 시장은 2021년에 2억 4,800만 달러, 2026년까지는 4억 2,200만 달러에 달해, 2021년부터 2026년까지의 CAGR은 11.2%가 될 것으로 예측되고 있습니다 。희토류 금속은 통신, 일렉트로닉스 자동차, 군사 무기 등의 기술 개발에 있어서 주요 엘리먼트로 되어 있어 향후 그린 기술이나 전기·하이브리드 차량 등의 신규 용도에 있어서 수요의 증가가 기대되고 있습니다。

MarketsandMarkets「희토류 금속 재활용 시장: 용도(영구 자석, 합금, 연마재, 유리, 촉매, 인광제, 세라믹, 수소 저장 합금), 기술(습식 제련, 건식 제련), 지역별 – 2026년까지의 세계 예측 – Rare Earth Metals Recycling Market by Application (Permanent Magnets, Alloys, Polishing Materials, Glass, Catalyst, Phosphor, Ceramics, Hydrogen Storage Alloys), Technology (Hydrometallurgical, Pyrometallurgical) and Region – Global Forecasts to 2026」는 세계의 희토류 금속(레어 어스 메탈)의 리사이클 시장을 조사해, 주요 세그먼트마다 실시한 분석·예측 결과를 제공하고 있습니다。

MarketsandMarkets 분석 포인트

  • 촉진 요인: 청정 에너지 수요 증가
  • 저해 요인: 희토류 금속의 비용 변동
  • 기회: 희토류 금속 재활용으로 원료 확보 안정화
  • 과제: 희토류 금속 재활용 과정에서 근로자 안전 확보

주요 조사 범위

용도별 희토류 금속 재활용 시장

  • 합금
  • 촉매
  • 영구 자석
  • 유리
  • 세라믹
  • 인광 물질
  • 연마재
  • 수소 저장 합금

원료별 희토류 금속 재활용 시장

  • FCC
  • 형광등
  • 자석
  • 배터리
  • 산업 프로세스

기술별 희토류 금속 재활용 시장

  • 습식 제련
  • 건식 제련

지역별 희토류 금속 재활용 시장

  • 아시아 태평양 지역
  • 북미
  • 유럽
  • 세계의 다른 지역(RoW)

Report Description

The global rare earth metals recycling market is estimated to be USD 248 million in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 422 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 11.2% from 2021 to 2026. Rare earth metals are considered key elements in developing technologies in the communications, electronics, automotive, and military weapon sectors. The demand for these elements is expected to increase in the near future as these are key components in emerging applications, such as green technology and electric and hybrid vehicles.

COVID-19 impact on global rare earth metals recycling market

The COVID-19 pandemic has already caused profound effects on a global macroeconomic scale. In the automotive industry, for example, car manufacturers had announced a halt in production, which is now gradually resuming again. Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers and other market actors further upstream are similarly affected by this demand-side shock and have consequently ramped down their production as well. In addition to such demand-side shocks, supply chain steps located in countries strongly affected by the virus are hampered, leading to the breaking of the entire international supply chain. This makes it clearer than ever that the security of the supply of strategic raw materials needed for the long-term competitiveness and job security in key industries is of prime importance for the European Union. The European Green Deal targets 2050 climate neutrality and recognizes access to resources as a strategic security question to fulfill its ambition. The new Industrial Strategy for Europe sees raw materials as key enablers for a globally competitive, green, and digital Europe. It envisions European competitiveness based on a new Alliance on Raw Materials and highlights the importance of industrial ecosystems for accelerating innovation and growth in Europe. A more resilient, more protective, more sovereign, and more inclusive economic model that aligns with the Green Deal has also been prioritized by the recently launched Green Recovery Alliance. EIT RawMaterials, funded by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), has the vision to develop raw materials into a major strength for Europe. It is the world’s largest network in the raw materials sector, connecting industry, research, and education. This makes EIT RawMaterials a key contributor to secure sustainable access and supply of raw materials for a green, digital, and competitive Europe.

The coronavirus outbreak in China has had a foreseeable but unintended consequence. Truck drivers refused to make deliveries into areas either identified as or suspected of harboring the disease. This has interrupted not only the flow of minerals out of the affected areas but also the refining and manufacturing of metals, food, and fuel.

Rare earth-enabled components for moving machinery, such as automobiles, trucks, trains, aircraft, industrial motors and generators, home appliances, and consumer goods are procured from China or Japan (which of course gets its rare earth magnets, alloys, phosphors, and catalysts from China). These items cannot be re-sourced due to China’s monopoly of rare-earth metals production and its monopsony of rare earth-enabled component manufacturing.

Rare Earth Metals Recycling Market Dynamics

Driver: Increasing demand for clean energy

The green energy market is witnessing a significant boost as new legislation are passed by different regulatory bodies across the world. These legislations are banning the use of conventional mediums in industries, and they require the use of green technologies, such as wind turbines, hybrid electric vehicles, and compact fluorescent lighting. Wind turbines have started using direct drive permanent magnets, wherein the use of rare earth metals, such as neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium, europium, and terbium, is extensive. The increasing drive for environmental protections leads to the development of clean energy sources, for instance, wind energy. The wind turbines and water turbine markets offer another growth opportunity for permanent magnets. Direct-drive (DD) generators for wind turbines use about 650 kg of permanent magnets per megawatt (MW) of power output. The chart mentioned below shows the installation of wind power systems in the past 16 years. This makes the usage of permanent magnets relatively economical and enables companies to be environmentally responsible, thereby making the technology sustainable. All these growing sectors that have significant usage of permanent magnets offer a huge impetus for the growth of this market.

Restraint: Fluctuating costs of rare earth metals

The global recession of 2008-09 had several negative implications on a number of markets, and the rare earth metals market was not an exception. Rare earth metal prices increased suddenly in 2011 after China introduced a 40% cut on its export quotas, citing environmental reasons. The cost of dysprosium oxide, used in magnets, lasers, and nuclear reactors, rose to about USD 1,470 a kilogram from USD 700 to USD 740, buoyed by demand and concerns over future availability. These fluctuations in prices coupled with rising energy costs are destabilizing the supply chains of rare earth elements. This factor makes it difficult for manufacturers to deliver quality products at a profit.

As the prices of raw materials fluctuate, it depends on the manufacturers to either absorb additional costs or increase the prices of the products. Price fluctuations leave no room for error when planning a project’s budget and have quite a few manufacturers walking a thin line between success and operating at a loss.

When the price of raw materials increases suddenly, a few manufacturers search for new suppliers that allow them to maintain revenue targets. This often means sourcing materials from lower-cost economies. Switching to a different source of raw materials carries a high risk of disrupting the supply chain. Rare earth elements are not traded in any exchange in the way other precious or nonferrous metals are. They are rather sold in the private market, which makes their prices tricky to track and monitor. The elements are not usually sold in their pure form, but distributed in mixtures of varying purity, for example, 99% neodymium metal. In any case, pricing can vary based on the quantity and quality required by the end-use applications.

Opportunity: Recycling of rare earth metals leads to steady material sourcing

Production of many minerals that are vital for energy transitions is concentrated in a few geographical areas. For instance, the top three rare earth metals producers dominate more than half of the global production. China holds a significant position in the rare earth value chain where it is responsible for more than 70% of the processing operations associated with rare earth metal mining. This has resulted in concern for companies that manufacture solar panels, batteries, and wind turbines, amongst others, as this can affect their supply chains due to trade barriers, regulatory changes, and political instability. Furthermore, current extraction practices of rare earth metals are inefficient, unsafe, and generate pollution. Rare earth metal processing requires a large amount of harmful chemicals and produces high volumes of solid waste and wastewater, which are sometimes handled inappropriately. These pose challenges for stable sourcing of minerals in light of the growing social and environmental concerns

Recycling provides an opportunity to maintain the steady sourcing of rare earth metals. For this, it is important that the importing countries strengthen the management of products and components which have reached the end of life. This would promote recycling and retrieval of valuable minerals. Research and development efforts by research institutions would result in large-scale recycling of rare earth metals and would generate environmental and security benefits along with a reduction in dependency on foreign countries for material sourcing.

Challenge: Safety of workers in rare earth metals recycling process

Recycling of rare earth metals is considered to solve the balance problem of supply and demand for rare earth metals. However, caution is required for rare earth metals recycling process due to hazardous chemicals which should be treated properly. The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) classified hazardous substance emissions in the rare earth metals recycling into three categories. The first is primary, where the emissions include lead, mercury, arsenic, polychlorinated biphenyls, sulfides, and ozone-depleting substances which are obtained from electronic waste. The secondary emission includes dioxins and furans, amongst others, which are generated from reactions due to inappropriate treatment of plastics. The tertiary emissions include harmful substances and reagents such as cyanide and leaching agents that are exposed due to inappropriate management. This is becoming a challenge in developing countries where inappropriate recycling systems are prevalent. Thus, it is vital to have a verified monitoring system for the recycling of rare earth metals to eradicate the potential threat to humans and the environment. To ensure safety in the workplace, it is necessary to have appropriate protective gear, management of hazardous substances, and regular safety education.

“Glass segment among the other applications to dominate the rare earth metals recycling market during the forecast period”

Erbium, ytterbium, and neodymium are the most widely used rare earth metals in glass. Optical communication uses erbium-doped silica fiber, engineering materials processing uses ytterbium-doped silica fiber, and glass lasers used for inertial confinement fusion apply neodymium-doped. The ability to change the fluorescent properties of glass is one of the most important uses of rare earth metals in glass. Rare earth is used as clarifier, additive, decolorizer, colorant, and polishing powder in the glass industry and plays an irreplaceable role in other elements. By using the characteristics of high refraction and low dispersion of some rare earth elements, optical glass can be produced, which can be used to make good lenses of cameras, cameras, telescopes, and other good optical instruments.

“Hydrometallurgical technology segment to witness higher cagr during the forecast period.”

Rare earth metals bearing deposits are limited and, hence, secondary sources of rare earth metals such as wastes are becoming the potential sources. Hydrometallurgical processing technology methodologies routed through leaching, solvent extraction, and precipitation is often preferred as a prominent technique for recovering rare earth metals from secondary wastes such as batteries, spent magnets, e-wastes, and others. The technology has a number of advantages over the pyro-metallurgical route. The favorable features of this technique are low production costs, small amount of waste generation, and low levels of noxious gases emission, which prevent environmental contamination and enable a clean separation of targeted rare earth metals.

“Fluorescent lamps to be the largest source of rare earth metals during the forecast period.”

The inner lining of fluorescent tubes is coated with phosphors, which absorb the ultraviolet light from electrically charged mercury vapor and re-emit visible light based on a mix of blue, green, and red emitters. While the adoption of LED lighting technology is growing rapidly, there are still about 2.3 billion fluorescent light sockets in the US, which will probably continue to be widely used in the foreseeable future. Europium (Eu) and yttrium (Y) are two rare earth metals that are commonly used in sustainable technology and high-tech applications. As these metals are difficult to mine, there is a great scope for recycling them. They can be recovered from red lamp phosphor, a powder that is used in fluorescent lamps such as neon tubes.

“APAC is the largest market for rare earth metals recycling”

Asia Pacific has witnessed tremendous growth in the past few years, driven by the growing population, favorable investment policies, growing economies, and government initiatives directed at promoting electronics and automobile industries in the region. The region is the largest consumer of rare earth materials due to rapidly increasing demand in China, which accounts for the maximum consumption of rare earth metals globally.

Key Market Players

The rare earth metals recycling market is dominated by a few globally established players, such as Solvay SA (Belgium), Hitachi Metals, Ltd. (Japan), Umicore (Belgium), Osram Licht AG (Germany), Energy Fuels, Inc. (US), Global Tungsten & Powders Corp. (US), and REEcycle Inc.(US) among others.

Rare Earth Metals Recycling Market, By Application

  • Alloy
  • Catalyst
  • Permanent magnets
  • Glass
  • Ceramics
  • Phosphor
  • Polishing materials
  • Hydrogen storage alloys

Rare Earth Metals Recycling Market, By Source

  • FCC
  • Fluorescent lamps
  • Magnets
  • Batteries
  • Industrial process

Rare Earth Metals Recycling Market, By Technology

  • Hydrometallurgical
  • Pyrometallurgical

Rare Earth Metals Recycling Market, By Region

  • Asia Pacific
  • North America
  • Europe
  • Rest of World

Recent Developments

  • In December 2021, Umicore and Volkswagen AG established a joint venture to build precursor and cathode material production capacities in Europe to supply Volkswagen AG’s European battery cell production, making a considerable contribution to the region’s transition towards cleaner mobility.
  • In December 2019, Audi and Umicore completed strategic research, which resulted in recovering more than 90% of the cobalt and nickel in high-voltage batteries. The car manufacturer and the materials technology and recycling expert cooperated on a closed-loop for cobalt and nickel. The recovered materials have been used in new battery cells.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is the current size of global rare earth metals recycling market?

The global rare earth metals recycling market is estimated to be USD 248 million in 2021 and is projected to reach USD 422 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 11.2% from 2021 to 2026.

How is the rare earth metals recycling market aligned?

The rare earth metals recycling market is competitive in terms of market share, with small and medium-scale manufacturers competing with each other and the big players.

Who are the key players in the global rare earth metals recycling market?

The key players operating in the rare earth metals recycling market are Solvay SA (Belgium), Hitachi Metals, Ltd. (Japan), Umicore (Belgium), Osram Licht AG (Germany), Energy Fuels, Inc. (US), Global Tungsten & Powders Corp. (US), and REEcycle Inc.(US) among others. .


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION (Page No. – 25)
    1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION
1.3 INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION
TABLE 1 INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION
1.4 MARKET SCOPE
FIGURE 1 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SEGMENTATION
1.4.1 YEARS CONSIDERED
1.4.2 REGIONAL SCOPE
FIGURE 2 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY REGION
1.5 CURRENCY CONSIDERED
1.6 UNIT CONSIDERED
1.7 STAKEHOLDERS
1.8 LIMITATIONS

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (Page No. – 29)
2.1 RESEARCH DATA
FIGURE 3 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION
2.2.1 SUPPLY-SIDE APPROACH
FIGURE 4 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: SUPPLY-SIDE APPROACH
2.2.2 DEMAND-SIDE APPROACH
FIGURE 5 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: DEMAND-SIDE APPROACH
2.3 MARKET ENGINEERING PROCESS
2.3.1 TOP-DOWN APPROACH
FIGURE 6 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION: TOP-DOWN APPROACH
2.3.2 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
FIGURE 7 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION: BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
2.4 MARKET BREAKDOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION
FIGURE 8 DATA TRIANGULATION
2.4.1 SECONDARY DATA
2.4.1.1 Key data from secondary sources
2.4.2 PRIMARY DATA
2.4.2.1 Key data from primary sources
2.4.2.2 Key industry insights
TABLE 2 LIST OF STAKEHOLDERS INVOLVED
2.4.2.3 Breakdown of primary interviews
2.5 ASSUMPTIONS
2.5.1 RISK ASSESSMENT
TABLE 3 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: RISK ASSESSMENT
TABLE 4 RISK ANALYSIS
2.6 LIMITATIONS
2.7 GROWTH RATE ASSUMPTIONS/GROWTH FORECAST
FIGURE 9 MARKET GROWTH PROJECTIONS: DRIVERS AND OPP0RTUNITIES

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (Page No. – 39)
    FIGURE 10 GLASS APPLICATION TO DOMINATE RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET BY 2026
FIGURE 11 HYDROMETALLURGICAL TECHNOLOGY TO DOMINATE RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, 2021-2026
FIGURE 12 FLUORESCENT LAMPS TO BE LARGEST SOURCE OF RARE EARTH METALS, 2021-2026
FIGURE 13 ASIA PACIFIC DOMINATED RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET IN 2020

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS (Page No. – 42)
    4.1 EMERGING ECONOMIES TO WITNESS RELATIVELY HIGHER DEMAND FOR RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING
FIGURE 14 DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OFFER ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES IN RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET
4.2 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY APPLICATION AND COUNTRY
FIGURE 15 CHINA WAS LARGEST MARKET FOR RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING IN 2020
4.3 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY APPLICATION
FIGURE 16 PERMANENT MAGNETS SEGMENT TO LEAD RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD
4.4 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY
FIGURE 17 HYDROMETALLURGICAL TECHNOLOGY TO LEAD RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD
4.5 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY SOURCE
FIGURE 18 FLUORESCENT LAMPS TO BE LARGEST SOURCE FOR RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING DURING FORECAST PERIOD
4.6 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY COUNTRY
FIGURE 19 CHINA PROJECTED TO WITNESS HIGHEST CAGR FROM 2021 TO 2026

5 MARKET OVERVIEW (Page No. – 45)
5.1 INTRODUCTION
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS
FIGURE 20 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET DYNAMICS
5.2.1 DRIVERS
5.2.1.1 Increasing demand from end-use industries
FIGURE 21 GLOBAL AUTOMOBILE PRODUCTION DATA, 2016–2020
FIGURE 22 GLOBAL ELECTRIC VEHICLE PRODUCTION DATA, 2016-2020
5.2.1.2 Increasing demand for clean energy
FIGURE 23 GLOBAL ENERGY DEMAND
FIGURE 24 GLOBAL WIND POWER CUMULATIVE CAPACITY
FIGURE 25 GLOBAL WIND POWER CUMULATIVE CAPACITY PROJECTION, 2020-2024
5.2.1.3 Initiative of associations & regulatory bodies
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS
5.2.2.1 Fluctuating costs of rare earth metals
5.2.2.2 Illegal mining of rare earth metal ores
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES
5.2.3.1 Recycling of rare earth metals leads to steady material sourcing
5.2.3.2 Net-zero goals by 2050 to promote recycling of rare earth metals
5.2.4 CHALLENGES
5.2.4.1 Safety of workers in rare earth metals recycling process

6 INDUSTRY TRENDS (Page No. – 52)
6.1 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
FIGURE 26 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
TABLE 5 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS
6.1.1 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS
6.1.2 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS
6.1.3 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES
6.1.4 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS
6.1.5 INTENSITY OF COMPETITIVE RIVALRY
6.2 YC-YCC DRIVERS
FIGURE 27 YC-YCC DRIVERS
6.3 MARKET MAPPING/ECOSYSTEM MAP
FIGURE 28 ECOSYSTEM MAP
6.4 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
FIGURE 29 RARE EARTH METALS VALUE CHAIN
6.4.1 MINING & RARE EARTH ORE PRODUCTION
6.4.2 SEPARATION OF RARE EARTH ORE TO FORM RARE EARTH OXIDES
6.4.3 REFINING OF RARE EARTH OXIDES
6.4.4 APPLICATION
6.4.5 END-USE INDUSTRIES
6.4.6 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING
6.5 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET PATENT ANALYSIS
6.5.1 METHODOLOGY
6.5.2 DOCUMENT TYPE
TABLE 6 TOTAL NUMBER OF PATENTS FOR RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET
FIGURE 30 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: GRANTED PATENT, LIMITED PATENT, AND PATENT APPLICATION
FIGURE 31 PUBLICATION TRENDS – LAST 10 YEARS
6.5.3 INSIGHT
6.5.4 LEGAL STATUS OF PATENTS
FIGURE 32 LEGAL STATUS OF PATENTS
FIGURE 33 JURISDICTION ANALYSIS
6.5.5 TOP COMPANIES/ APPLICANTS
FIGURE 34 TOP APPLICANTS OF RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING PATENTS
TABLE 7 LIST OF PATENTS BY EASTMAN CHEM CO.
TABLE 8 LIST OF PATENTS BY CHINA PETROLEUM & CHEM CORP.
TABLE 9 LIST OF PATENTS BY NOVELIS INC.
TABLE 10 LIST OF TOP 10 PATENT OWNERS (US) IN LAST 10 YEARS
6.6 REGULATORY LANDSCAPE
6.6.1 STANDARDS BY ISO/TC 298 (RARE EARTH)
6.6.1.1 ISO 22450:2020 (Recycling of rare earth elements — Requirements for providing information on industrial waste and end-of-life products)
6.6.1.2 ISO/TS 22451:2021 (Recycling of rare earth elements — Methods for the measurement of rare earth elements in industrial waste and end-of-life products)
6.6.1.3 ISO 22453:2021 (Exchange of information on rare earth elements in industrial wastes and end-of-life cycled products)
6.7 TRADE ANALYSIS
6.7.1 CHINA’S GROWING CONFLICT WITH WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION: THE CASE OF EXPORT RESTRICTIONS ON RARE EARTH RESOURCES
6.7.2 CHINA’S GROWING CONFLICT WITH WTO
TABLE 11 EXPORT TRADE DATA FOR RARE EARTH METALS (2019)
TABLE 12 IMPORT TRADE DATA FOR RARE EARTH METALS (2019)
6.8 TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS
6.8.1 SEREN TECHNOLOGIES
6.8.2 WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE
6.9 PRICING ANALYSIS
FIGURE 35 MONTHLY CERIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 36 MONTHLY LANTHANUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 37 MONTHLY NEODYMIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 38 MONTHLY YTTRIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 39 MONTHLY PRASEODYMIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 40 MONTHLY SAMARIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 41 MONTHLY GADOLINIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 42 MONTHLY DYSPROSIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 43 MONTHLY TERBIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
FIGURE 44 MONTHLY EUROPIUM OXIDE PRICES, 2020
TABLE 13 MONTHLY AVERAGE RARE EARTH OXIDE PRICES: JANUARY 2020-JUNE 2020 (USD/METRIC TON)
TABLE 14 MONTHLY AVERAGE RARE EARTH OXIDE PRICES: JULY 2020-DECEMBER 2020 (USD/METRIC TON)
TABLE 15 AVERAGE PRICES FOR RARE EARTH OXIDES (USD/METRIC TON), 2020
6.10 CASE STUDY ANALYSIS
6.10.1 NISSAN TESTING NEW RARE EARTH RECYCLING PROCESS
6.10.2 RECYCLING PROCESS OF RARE EARTH METALS FROM NI-MH BATTERIES PROPOSED BY HONDA
6.10.3 BENTLEY AIMS TO REVOLUTIONISE SUSTAINABILITY OF ELECTRIC MOTORS
6.11 COVID-19 IMPACT ON RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET
6.12 COVID-19 IMPACT ON RARE EARTH METAL RECYCLING END-USE INDUSTRIES

7 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY APPLICATION (Page No. – 76)
7.1 INTRODUCTION
FIGURE 45 GLASS APPLICATION TO LEAD OVERALL MARKET
TABLE 16 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 17 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
7.2 ALLOY
7.3 CATALYSTS
7.4 PERMANENT MAGNETS
7.5 GLASS
7.6 CERAMICS
7.7 PHOSPHORS
7.8 POLISHING MATERIALS
7.9 HYDROGEN STORAGE ALLOYS

8 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY SOURCE (Page No. – 81)
    8.1 INTRODUCTION
FIGURE 46 FLUORESCENT LAMPS SEGMENT TO LEAD OVERALL MARKET
TABLE 18 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 19 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
8.2 FCC
8.3 FLUORESCENT LAMPS
8.4 MAGNETS
8.5 BATTERIES
8.6 INDUSTRIAL PROCESS

9 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY (Page No. – 85)
    9.1 INTRODUCTION
FIGURE 47 HYDROMETALLURGICAL SEGMENT TO LEAD OVERALL MARKET
TABLE 20 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 21 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
9.2 HYDROMETALLURGICAL
9.3 PYROMETALLURGICAL

10 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, BY REGION (Page No. – 88)
     10.1 INTRODUCTION
FIGURE 48 REGIONAL SNAPSHOT: CHINA PROJECTED TO BE FASTEST-GROWING MARKET FROM 2021 TO 2026
TABLE 22 GLOBAL RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 23 GLOBAL RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY REGION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 24 GLOBAL RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 25 GLOBAL RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 26 GLOBAL RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 27 GLOBAL RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 28 GLOBAL RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 29 GLOBAL RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.2 ASIA PACIFIC
FIGURE 49 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SNAPSHOT
TABLE 30 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 31 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 32 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 33 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 34 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 35 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 36 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 37 ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.2.1 CHINA
10.2.1.1 Largest recycler and consumer of rare earth metals
TABLE 38 CHINA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 39 CHINA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 40 CHINA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 41 CHINA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 42 CHINA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 43 CHINA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.2.2 JAPAN
10.2.2.1 New sources of rare earth metals to make country self-sufficient
TABLE 44 JAPAN: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 45 JAPAN: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 46 JAPAN: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 47 JAPAN: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 48 JAPAN: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 49 JAPAN: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.2.3 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC
TABLE 50 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 51 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 52 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 53 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 54 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 55 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.3 NORTH AMERICA
TABLE 56 NORTH AMERICA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 57 NORTH AMERICA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 58 NORTH AMERICA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 59 NORTH AMERICA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 60 NORTH AMERICA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 61 NORTH AMERICA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 62 NORTH AMERICA RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 63 NORTH AMERICA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.3.1 US
10.3.1.1 Rising demand for electric vehicles drives market
TABLE 64 US: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 65 US: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 66 US: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 67 US: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 68 US: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 69 US: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.3.2 CANADA
10.3.2.1 Need for clean energy applications driving market
TABLE 70 CANADA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 71 CANADA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 72 CANADA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 73 CANADA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 74 CANADA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 75 CANADA: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.4 EUROPE
TABLE 76 EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 77 EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 78 EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 79 EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 80 EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 81 EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 82 EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 83 EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.4.1 GERMANY
10.4.1.1 Rising demand for electric vehicles driving market
TABLE 84 GERMANY: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 85 GERMANY: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 86 GERMANY: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 87 GERMANY: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 88 GERMANY: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 89 GERMANY: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.4.2 FRANCE
10.4.2.1 Increase in demand for rare earth metals in high-technology and low-carbon industries
TABLE 90 FRANCE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 91 FRANCE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 92 FRANCE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 93 FRANCE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 94 FRANCE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 95 FRANCE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.4.3 UK
10.4.3.1 Increased demand for rare-earth metals in wind turbines and electric vehicles
TABLE 96 UK: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 97 UK: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 98 UK: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 99 UK: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 100 UK: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 101 UK: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.4.4 REST OF EUROPE
TABLE 102 REST OF EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 103 REST OF EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 104 REST OF EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 105 REST OF EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 106 REST OF EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 107 REST OF EUROPE: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
10.5 REST OF WORLD
TABLE 108 REST OF WORLD: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 109 REST OF WORLD: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 110 REST OF WORLD: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 111 REST OF WORLD: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)
TABLE 112 REST OF WORLD: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (USD MILLION)
TABLE 113 REST OF WORLD: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET SIZE, BY SOURCE, 2019–2026 (METRIC TON)

11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE (Page No. – 124)
11.1 OVERVIEW
FIGURE 50 COMPANIES ADOPTED ACQUISITION AS KEY GROWTH STRATEGY BETWEEN 2016 AND 2021
11.2 MARKET RANKING ANALYSIS
FIGURE 51 RANKING OF TOP FIVE PLAYERS IN RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, 2020
11.2.1 SOLVAY SA
11.2.2 HITACHI METALS, LTD.
11.2.3 UMICORE
11.2.4 ENERGY FUELS, INC.
11.2.5 GLOBAL TUNGSTEN & POWDERS CORP.
11.3 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
TABLE 114 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: MARKET SHARE OF KEY PLAYERS
FIGURE 52 RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET: MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
11.4 COMPANY EVALUATION QUADRANT
11.4.1 STAR
11.4.2 EMERGING LEADERS
11.4.3 PERVASIVE
FIGURE 53 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, 2020
11.5 SME MATRIX, 2020
11.5.1 PROGRESSIVE COMPANIES
11.5.2 RESPONSIVE COMPANIES
11.5.3 DYNAMIC COMPANIES
11.5.4 STARTING BLOCKS
FIGURE 54 SME MATRIX: RARE EARTH METALS RECYCLING MARKET, 2020
11.6 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO
11.6.1 COLLABORATION & ACQUISITION
TABLE 115 COLLABORATION & ACQUISITION, 2016–2021

12 COMPANY PROFILES (Page No. – 133)
12.1 KEY COMPANIES
(Business Overview, Products and solutions, Recent Developments, Deals, MnM view, Key strengths/right to win, Strategic choices made, Weakness/competitive threats)*
12.1.1 SOLVAY SA
TABLE 116 SOLVAY SA: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
FIGURE 55 SOLVAY SA: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 117 SOLVAY SA: PRODUCT OFFERED
TABLE 118 SOLVAY SA: DEALS
12.1.2 HITACHI METALS, LTD.
TABLE 119 HITACHI METALS, LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
FIGURE 56 HITACHI METALS, LTD.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 120 HITACHI METALS, LTD.: PRODUCT OFFERED
TABLE 121 HITACHI METALS, LTD.: DEALS
12.1.3 UMICORE
TABLE 122 UMICORE: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
FIGURE 57 UMICORE: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 123 UMICORE: PRODUCT OFFERED
TABLE 124 UMICORE: DEALS
12.1.4 OSRAM LICHT AG
TABLE 125 OSRAM LICHT AG: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
FIGURE 58 OSRAM LICHT AG: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
TABLE 126 OSRAM LICHT AG: PRODUCT OFFERED
12.1.5 ENERGY FUELS, INC.
TABLE 127 ENERGY FUELS, INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
FIGURE 59 ENERGY FUELS, INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT
12.1.6 GLOBAL TUNGSTEN & POWDERS CORP.
TABLE 128 GLOBAL TUNGSTEN & POWDERS CORP.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 129 GLOBAL TUNGSTEN & POWDERS CORP.: PRODUCT OFFERED
12.1.7 REECYCLE INC.
TABLE 130 REECYCLE INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.1.8 SEREN TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED
TABLE 131 SEREN TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.1.9 ROCKLINK GMBH
TABLE 132 ROCKLINK GMBH: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
TABLE 133 ROCKLINK GMBH: PRODUCT OFFERED
12.1.10 CLEAN EARTH INC.
TABLE 134 CLEAN EARTH INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2 OTHER COMPANIES
12.2.1 GEOMEGA RESOURCES INC.
TABLE 135 GEOMEGA RESOURCES INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.2 TAIYUAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY GROUP CO. LTD.
TABLE 136 TAIYUAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY GROUP CO. LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.3 GUANGSHENG NONFERROUS METALS CO., LTD.
TABLE 137 GUANGSHENG NONFERROUS METALS CO., LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.4 CHENZHOU CITY JINGUI SILVER INDUSTRY CO., LTD.
TABLE 138 CHENZHOU CITY JINGUI SILVER INDUSTRY CO., LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.5 LYNAS RARE EARTHS, LTD.
TABLE 139 LYNAS RARE EARTHS, LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.6 ARAFURA RESOURCES LTD.
TABLE 140 ARAFURA RESOURCES LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.7 QINGDAO HUICHENG ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
TABLE 141 QINGDAO HUICHENG ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.8 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
TABLE 142 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.9 JIANGSU HUAHONG TECHNOLOGY STOCK CO., LTD.
TABLE 143 JIANGSU HUAHONG TECHNOLOGY STOCK CO., LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.10 SHOWA DENKO K.K.
TABLE 144 SHOWA DENKO K.K.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.11 HYPROMAG LTD.
TABLE 145 HYPROMAG LTD.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.12 OKON METALS, INC.
TABLE 146 OKON METALS, INC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.13 URBAN MINING COMPANY
TABLE 147 URBAN MINING COMPANY: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.14 AMERICAN RARE EARTH LLC
TABLE 148 AMERICAN RARE EARTH LLC.: BUSINESS OVERVIEW
12.2.15 REMRETECH GMBH
TABLE 149 REMRETECH GMBH: BUSINESS OVERVIEW

*Details on Business Overview, Products and solutions, Recent Developments, Deals, MnM view, Key strengths/right to win, Strategic choices made, Weakness/competitive threats might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

13 APPENDIX (Page No. – 165)
13.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE
13.2 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL
13.3 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS
13.4 RELATED REPORTS
13.5 AUTHOR DETAILS


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