The second edition of “E-waste Statistics: Guidelines for Classification, Reporting and Indicators 2015” provides an update on the universally relevant e-waste measurement framework and a classification of e-waste. The guidelines facilitate the implementation of harmonized concepts to measure the size of a country’s e-waste market, its transboundary e-waste movement and the e-waste recycling performance within that country. The guidelines also provide tools, practical guidelines, mathematical methodologies, and will help countries understand how to gather data sources in order to compile internationally comparable e-waste statistics. The Guidelines are published by the United Nations University (UNU), under the Partnership on Measuring ICT for Development, and with financing from the Global E-waste Statistics Partnership (ITU, UNU, ISWA). It has undergone a public consultation and has been endorsed by ITU, ESCAP, ESCWA, OECD, UNCTAD, UNECA, Eurostat and UNEP/SBC.