Recently, garbage classification has become a hot topic in the streets, and the disposal of idle mobile phones has also attracted widespread attention. Mobile phone manufacturers are pushing new ones more and more frequently, and a large number of old mobile phones are idle. Idle mobile phones are recyclables themselves, but batteries are hazardous waste. How to deal with them correctly? In fact, few people will discard their idle mobile phones at will, especially users in first-tier cities, who start to sell their idle mobile phones to recycling platforms or sell them through C2C, so as to earn some pocket money.
This time, Dongfeng, a phone number list recycling industry that has developed more and more standardized itself, has become popular again through this wave of garbage classification. The low-key long-tail battlefield "outside the Fifth Ring Road": the concentration of second-hand electronic traffic is highlighted Mobile phones are undoubtedly the carriers of the Internet age. To put it a bit exaggerated, how developed the mobile Internet is and how big the annual shipment of new mobile phones in China is, the potential space for the corresponding second-hand mobile phones is large. Statistics from the Ministry of Industry and Information.
Technology show that in 2014, there were about 200 million idle mobile phones in China every year, and the recycling rate of idle mobile phones was less than 1% at that time. Now this market is an incremental market of 400 million to 500 million unused old phones every year. The number of unused mobile phones in 2019 is expected to reach 499 million. At present, the recycling penetration rate of old mobile phones in the Chinese market is close to 10%. With the commercialization of 5G in 2020, the number of mobile phones eliminated in my country is expected to reach 524 million units that year. Capital, the market, and entrepreneurs are gradually.