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eWaste Recycling & Management - Infotrek & Regalis.in



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    eWaste Recycling & Management - Infotrek & Regalis.in eWaste Recycling & Management - Infotrek & Regalis.in Presentation Transcript

    • the total e-waste in India has been estimated to be 1,46,180 tonnes per year Source : IRG systems South Asia
    • WASTE PILING UP Mumbai at present tops the list Mumbai : 11, 017 tonnes Delhi : 9,730 tonnes Bangalore : 4,648 tonnes Chennai : 4,132 tonnes Kolkata : 4,025 tonnes Ahmedabad : 3,287 tonnes Hyderabad : 2,833 tonnes Pune : 2,584 tonnes Surat : 1,836 tonnes
    • ELECTRONIC WASTE Electronic waste, quot;e-wastequot; or quot;Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipmentquot; (quot;WEEEquot;) is a waste consisting of any broken or unwanted electrical or electronic appliance. It is a point of concern considering that many components of such equipment are considered toxic and are not biodegradable.
    • SOURCES OF WEEE • IT & Telecom Equipments • Large Household Appliances • Small Household Appliances • Consumer & Lighting Equipments • Electrical & Electronic Tools • Toys, Leisure & Sports Equipment • Medical Devices • Monitoring & Control Instruments
    • Over 75 million current mobile users expected to increase to 200 million by 2008 end.
    • …an estimated 30,000 computers become obsolete every year from the IT industry in Bangalore alone
    • At present, India has about 16 million computers which are expected to grow to 75 million computers by 2010
    • Over 2 million old PCs ready for disposal in India
    • E-WASTE : A SAFETY ISSUE • Discarded electronics contain hazardous materials. • If disposed improperly, they pose a potential threat to human health and the environment. • May contaminate groundwater • E-Waste accounts for 40 percent of the lead and 75 percent of the heavy metals found in landfills.
    • E-WASTE : A REAL ENVIRONMENTAL THREAT Element Harmful Effects • Lead Extremely harmful to the human body; • Damages both the central and peripheral nervous systems; • Can cause seizures, retardation, high blood pressure, damage to the kidneys and liver; • Adversely affects child development • Beryllium Long term exposure can be carcinogenic, especially for the lungs. • Extreme exposure can lead to a potentially fatal condition known as Acute Beryllium Disease
    • E-WASTE : A REAL ENVIRONMENTAL THREAT Element Harmful Effects • Arsenic Arsenic is a notoriously potent poison; • Causes severe damage to the digestive tract • Mercury Attacks the central nervous and endocrine systems; • harmful to mouth, teeth and gums; • poses risk in the neurological development of unborn fetuses • Antimony Toxic to humans in ways similar to arsenic; fatal in large doses • Cadmium Potentially carcinogenic; • Repeated exposure can damage the lungs, kidneys and liver
    • LEGISLATION Basel Convention 1. Trans-boundary movement of hazardous substances. 2. Ban on land, water fill 3. Environment friendly disposal European Union, Japan, Korea 1. WEEE Directive w.e.f. 1st July,2007 2. Extended Producers Responsibility-Take Back 3. Treatment by the designated facilities 3. RoHS compliant products from January, 2007
    • LEGISLATION India • The Ministry of Environment and Forests in India is currently drafting “WEEEquot; legislation. • The new legislation to hold e-waste producers accountable for their action. • E-waste/ components, which are hazardous in nature need to be covered under the purview of – The Hazardous Waste (Management and handling) Rules 2003 – The Batteries (Management and Handling) Rules, 2001 – The Ozone Depleting Substances (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000. • Greenpeace International is pushing for more stricter legislation.
    • How to reduce e-Waste? • Reduce • Reuse • Recycle • Recover Zero land fill
    •  An e-waste management company  State of art recycling facility  German technology  9 locations  Investment over $ 25 million  Eco recycling
    • ISO 9001:2000 Certified Established in 1994. Profit making since inception Listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange, since 1995
    • COLLABORATION • Member of International Association of Electronics Recyclers (IAER), USA • Co-promoters of e-exchangeindia.com in association with Recycle Net Corporation , U.S.A • Tie ups with the OEM’s, large corporate, Government Departments, for procuring the materials • Tie up with National level logistic service providers for movement of goods based on in house SCM • Present network of kabadies (scrap dealers) will be motivated to procure from door to door for the smaller quantities • Local Municipal authorities for collection & disposal
    • OUR PROCESS 5 6 Material Hazardous Recovery material (Step - III) Segregation Automated & Disposal Separation 4 (Step - II) 1 Collection of Electronic Waste Manual Dismantling 3 & Sorting (Step - I) Safe Storage 2
    • ACTIVITIES Recycling - Collection - Recycling - Certification - Legal Compliance - Disposal of Hazardous Substances Remarketing - Repairing - Refurbishing & Upgrading - Sale & Lease - Charity / Donation Data Security Integrated Logistic Services
    • For further information please contact Mr. B K Soni (Managing Director) Cell : +91 9867729662
    • INFOTREK SYSCOM LIMITED 205, Center Point 2nd Floor, Andheri Kurla Road Andheri (E), Mumbai - 400 059. India. T : +91 - 22 – 40052951, 52, 53 F : +91 - 22 - 40052954 E : info@infotreksys.com W : www.infotreksys.com Presented by Regalis Design Studio www.regalis.in
    • Copyright notice & Legal information This presentation may be freely distributed on the sole condition that it is not altered in any way.