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e-Waste Handling in Delhi. 2. Contents . Historical Perspective Current Status - What has been done - In PipelineIn PipelineMajor Issues. e-Waste Handling in Delhi. 3. Historical Perspective: Year 2003 . Toxics Link reports on e-waste generation and imports in IndiaOutcome:e-waste a new subject in India both for generators

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1. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 1 E-Waste Management in India (Current Status & Needs )

2. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 2

3. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 3 Historical Perspective: Year 2003 Toxics Link reports on e-waste generation and imports in India Outcome: e-waste a new subject in India both for generators & regulators No appreciation of problem due to lack of awareness No estimates of actual amount of e-waste in India No methodology for baseline estimates No intervention

4. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 4 Status 2005-2006 (What has been done)

5. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 5 What has been done National Level PILOT LEVEL DELHI STUDY- 2004 NATIONAL LEVEL TASK FORCE (CPCB) - 2004 E-WASTE MANUAL – APRIL 2005 TOR FOR CITY TEAM – APRIL 2005 STANDARDIZED/UNIFORM APPROACH & METHODOLOGY-APRIL 2005 DATABASE FORMATS FOR ASSESSMENT – APRIL 2005 TOR FOR PROJECT COORDINATOR – APRIL 2005 NATIONAL LEVEL ASSESSMENT – JULY 2005 PRIORITIZATION OF CITIES – JULY 2005 EXISTING RECYCLING STATUS

6. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 6 What has been done State Level EWA formed in Bangalore (Industry Association/ Industry/ NGO) E-Parisara –Recycling facility in Bangalore Facility in Chennai

7. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 7 Pilot Study – Delhi (2003-04)

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9. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 9 Tracer Analysis (contd.)- Dissembling of CRT and extraction of components

10. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 10 Tracer Analysis (contd.) - Re-gunning of CRT

11. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 11 What‘s Happening: PWB (Printed Wiring Boards)

12. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 12 Gold Extraction

13. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 13 Pilot study -Scenario analysis

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20. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 20 Fundamentals of Approach & Methodology: “Cradle to Grave” Model eee generation: Import & manufacturing of EEE eee sales: eee consumption (stock): weee generation: Re- use / down cycle: Re- cycle: secondary raw material / disposal:

21. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 21 Fundamentals of Approach & Methodology: “Cradle to Grave” Model

22. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 22 Approach & Methodology 1. Market Supply Method - Estimate the e-waste through secondary data - Obsolescence rate/ Average life time determination through market research Confirmation by Tracer Analysis: (Material Flow Analysis) - Identify the e–waste streams - Identify the e- waste processes - Identify a tracer - Follow the tracer through the process in the e-waste stream - Identify the products, by products and waste products - Confirm the obsolescence rate/ Average life determined through market research

23. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 23 Approach & Methodology (Contd.) Analysis/ Estimation - Analysis/ Estimation of e-waste trade value chain - Analysis/ Estimation of material flows - Identify and assess the impacts - Establish e-waste trade economics

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25. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 25 Status 2005-2006 (In pipeline)

26. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 26 In Pipeline National Level Regulatory Interventions (GTZ/ HAWA) ESM guidelines

27. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 27 In Pipeline State Level Bangalore assessment Study – GTZ/ HAWA Mumbai assessment study – IRGSSA Pune assessment study – IRGSSA Awareness workshop in West Bengal organized by WBPCB in association with Bengal Chambers of Commerce & Industries

28. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 28 Guidelines - Scope of Work Choice of environmentally sound technologies/processes for e-waste recycling including control of emission/discharges and disposal of E-waste recycling wastes. Environmentally sound recycling of Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) including control of emissions/discharges and disposal of E-waste recycling wastes. Identification of the E-waste, which can be recycled by the SSI Sector and large sector organization.

29. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 29 Major issues?

30. e-Waste Handling in Delhi 30 Issues? Do we need new rules on e-waste? Does the existing regulatory regime provides enough space to accommodate e-waste? How to design collection, transportation and recycling system in India? How informal recycling sector should be involved in any collection, transportation and recycling system? Applicability of EPR in Indian conditions?

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