A Comparative Study on the Typical Recycling Mode of Renewable Resources in China Under the Background of Internet

Ke SHANG, Yaowei HU


China’s renewable resource recycling appeared such as 020, B2C, C2B and other new internet recovery mode. Through comparison of these three typical recovery modes, we found that, 020 mode provides door-to-door recovery service, so it can recycle all kinds of used materials. But the function of the network platform is single and this mode need large enterprises of renewable resources as the offline support; also, the door-to-door recovery methods lack of reasonable cost control mechanism, if these problems can be solved, this mode is suitable for all kinds of renewable resources recycling; B2C mode, with the most advanced reverse logistics tracing system, big date and cloud computing recycling technology, provides various services for all kinds of users, but the intelligent detection technology need a higher requirement of standardization level on renewable resources. Currently, this mode is only suitable for waste electrical and electronic products. With the improvement of intelligent detection technology, this mode has the potential for multi-category of renewable resources recycling; C2B mode, a typical bidding recovery mode, which can stimulate consumer to deliver their waste product actively through the network platform, but the bidding system exists loophole of malicious competition; also, this mode need a higher requirement of standardization level on the renewable resources, so this mode is only suitable for recycling of waste electrical and electronic products in urban areas.


Internet; Renewable resources; Recycling mode

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n


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