During the month of June, Nielson was interviewed by Mr. Lloyd Vassel of "Merger Markets," a unit of "The Financial Times" and news story was published online on www.mergermarkets.com. This article discussed EWSI's recent acquisition of Surf Investments in California and some of the Company's growth initiatives.
This week, Mr. Nielson was interviewed by Sarah Guilder of BIO Intelligence Service which is carrying out on behalf of the European Commission, DG Environment a report entitled "Equivalent conditions for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) recycling operations taking place outside the European Union." An extract of that report will be circulated to shareholders when it is finished.
Also this week, Mr. Nielson was interviewed by Monika Chrusciak, Research Analyst, at the global research firm Frost & Sullivan. They are writing a report about the European WEEE Recycling Market and reached out to EWSI as one of the market players to understand a broader view of WEEE recycling market as well as to know opinions about market trends. EWSI will receive a summary of the research report when it is completed and a copy will be provided to shareholders.
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1. Blumberg Associates.
2. United Nations (eWaste tonnage, International Labor Office)
3. Global eWaste Market 2011-2016, Market to Market
The e-waste and reverse logistics market has become a $100B+ annual business (Source: Blumberg Associates(1)), excluding much of the resale of still usable goods that flood the marketplace as new updates in software and hardware are released. Furthermore, as environmental legislation and policies set more stringent requirements for the disposal of these items, many analysts and practitioners expect e-waste to grow faster than any other waste stream over the next 5 years. The benefits of e-waste management and recycling are many, including conservation of natural resources, creation of new jobs, prevention of environmental contamination by toxic chemicals, and reduction of energy requirements.
About E-Waste Systems, Inc.
E-Waste Systems, Inc. is the sole pure play public company in the emerging waste electrical and electronics equipment ("WEEE") industry. EWSI targets companies facing regulatory or other mandates for handling e-waste. EWSI operates and assists its large geographical network of affiliates, apply best practices in professional management, offer state-of-the-art engineering, providing a true global e-waste solution. Additional information, including the business plan summary, is available on the Company's website, www.ewastesystems.com.
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E-Waste Systems, Inc.
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