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E-waste Scenario in India & WEEE Recycle Project and Its Initiatives. Kumuda Saahas. EU – SWITCH ASIA Project. Title: Establishing E-waste Channels to Enhance Environment Friendly Recycling Locations: Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata and Pune Duration: January 2010 – December 2013.

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eu switch asia project
EU – SWITCH ASIA Project

Title: Establishing E-waste Channels to Enhance Environment Friendly Recycling

Locations: Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata and Pune

Duration: January 2010 – December 2013

eu switch asia project1
EU – SWITCH ASIA Project
  • Title: Establishing E-waste Channels to Enhance Environment Friendly Recycling
  • Locations: Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata and Pune
  • Duration: January 2010 – December 2013
partners and piu
Partners and PIU

GIZ – ASEM (Advisory Services in Environmental Management)

Toxics Link

Manufacturers’ Association of Information Technology (MAIT)

Adelphi Research

Implementing Partner in Bangalore - Saahas

project objectives
Project objectives
  • Improved living standards in urban centres in India and support the implementation of National Environment Policy which specifies the 3R and Polluter Pays Principle with a clear role for the involvement of the informal sector in waste management.
  • To bring attention to the new e-Waste guidelines
slide11
In 2007 estimated e-Waste was 1.4 lakh tonnes per year .

This is expected to touch around 5 lakh tonnes in 2012

sources of e waste
Sources of e-Waste?

reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim

Large and small household appliances

Electric and

electronic tools

IT &

Telecom equipment

Toys, leisure and

sports equipment

Entertainment and consumer electronics

Medical devices

Monitoring & control instrument

guidelines for environmentally sound management of e waste
Guidelines for Environmentally Sound Management of e-Waste
  • First draft released in March 2008
  • e-Waste (Management and handling rules).2011
  • They shall come into effect from 1st May 2012
saahas programme
Bring your used batteries/floppies/CDs and drop them in the Saahas e-Waste receptacleSaahas Programme

reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim

Saahas will collect the e-Waste from the receptacle and send them to an authorized e-waste recycling facility for safe disposal

  • Kasa Rasa Unit in Ejipura
      • as e-waste collection centre
e waste collection centre
E-Waste collection centre

Collection centre for e-Waste upto 6 MTA

originating from the domestic sector,

E-Waste is stored in a secure

manner and handed over to authorized

E-Waste recyclers

some of kspcb e waste recyclers
Some of KSPCB e-Waste Recyclers
  • Eco-Birdd recycling company Pvt.Ltd.
  • E-wardd & co.
  • E-Parisaraa Pvt Ltd
  • Trackon e-waste recycling company Pvt.Ltd
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