Team – SHIIVIN TIKOO | SHASHWAT MITRA<br />Recycling e-waste<br />
Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />The Idea<br />“Set up an e-w...
Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />The menace of e-waste<br />E...
Why Recycle?<br />Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Extraction...
Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />E-waste statistics<br />Sour...
Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Waste estimation from Mobile...
525.65 m mobile phone connections (Oct 2009)
Only 3% of customers recycle their mobile phone handsets globally
80% of used phones end up in drawers/ cupboards or are disposed of in an improper way
Mobile phones and other types of e-waste
takes up large amounts of space in landfills
leak potentially harmful chemicals into drinking water</li></ul>Source: www.nokia.com/environment/we-recycle/<br />
Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Waste estimation from PCs<br />
Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Proposed Supply Chain<br />M...
Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Collection Process<br /><ul>...
Major costs would be Logistics, cost of acquiring e-waste</li></ul>For B2B e-waste collection<br />For B2C e-waste collect...
Round-trips organized to-and-from regional warehouse hubs to individual retailers after collection at the retailer’s outle...
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  • Recycling of e-waste primarily serves two purposes - extraction of precious metals, prevent leakages of hazardous chemicalswhat we focus on is occupying the present vacuum in terms of presence of authorized players and availing to benefits by Government
  • The charts show the sales by volume for mobiles, PC and Television. Now ideally it would be any manager&apos;s delight to see sales figures increasing exponentially - but its nightmare for increasing e-waste which needs to be addressed.
  • what i want you is to focus on the diagram on extreme right - The composition of any cell phone and % of various materials occuring in it... plastic, copper, glass ceramics form nearly 80% of the cell phone. the next time you happen to examine your cell phone battery, look at the battery contact points which are gold plated.
  • For year-on-year calculations we have taken the rate of growth of e-waste generation at 10% and hence our sales revenue growth from B2B customers at 10% and B2C customers at 15% under optimal conditions. These figures are arrived at by also taking into account the fact that every year we would make further inroads into our target market and tap more than our estimated 1%.
  • Spark the rise Recycle e-waste

    1. 1. Team – SHIIVIN TIKOO | SHASHWAT MITRA<br />Recycling e-waste<br />
    2. 2. Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />The Idea<br />“Set up an e-waste recycling unit by leveraging on B2B & B2C networks for e-waste collection and recovering recycled gold and other precious metals”<br />
    3. 3. Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />The menace of e-waste<br />E-waste definition: Any electrical or electronic appliance that has reached its end-of-life<br />Mostly generated in large cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore<br />E-waste recycling units mainly operated by an entrepreneurial informal sector<br />Currently, e-waste recycling system is purely market driven; approx. 3% of e-waste reaches authorized recyclers<br />
    4. 4. Why Recycle?<br />Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Extraction of precious metals like gold, silver, copper etc.<br />Prevent leakage of hazardous chemicals into the soil<br />Business Potential<br />Benefit from future government subsidies<br />Organized Players: Less than 5% of market presence<br />Our Target  95% of the informal market<br />
    5. 5. Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />E-waste statistics<br />Source: Tata Strategic Analysis, IDC, Crisil, KPMG<br />
    6. 6. Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Waste estimation from Mobile phones <br /><ul><li>India is the 2nd largest market for mobile handsets
    7. 7. 525.65 m mobile phone connections (Oct 2009)
    8. 8. Only 3% of customers recycle their mobile phone handsets globally
    9. 9. 80% of used phones end up in drawers/ cupboards or are disposed of in an improper way
    10. 10. Mobile phones and other types of e-waste
    11. 11. takes up large amounts of space in landfills
    12. 12. leak potentially harmful chemicals into drinking water</li></ul>Source: www.nokia.com/environment/we-recycle/<br />
    13. 13. Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Waste estimation from PCs<br />
    14. 14. Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Proposed Supply Chain<br />Mahindra Satyam & Tech Mahindra<br />(B2B)<br />Recycle Gold<br />(Corporate – Tanishq, Reliance Jewelers etc. <br />Private IT/ PSUs<br />Computer e-waste<br />Warehouse<br />(Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore)<br />Central Hub with Recycle facility (Pune)<br />Copper<br />Plastics <br />Glass<br />(3rd party buyers)<br />Retail Chains<br />(B2C)<br />Mobile E-waste drop-box at Includes Mom & me, Club Mahindra world, Shopping Malls etc. <br />
    15. 15. Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Collection Process<br /><ul><li>Will operate through Hub-and-Spoke models
    16. 16. Major costs would be Logistics, cost of acquiring e-waste</li></ul>For B2B e-waste collection<br />For B2C e-waste collection<br />Enter into contracts with established companies having substantial IT infrastructure<br /><ul><li>Collection to be carried out at Point-of-Purchase of Mahindra retail outlets and other informal retailers
    17. 17. Round-trips organized to-and-from regional warehouse hubs to individual retailers after collection at the retailer’s outlet reaches a pre-specified limit</li></li></ul><li>Proposed Collection Process<br />Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Pune<br />Recycling factory at Pune <br />(centrally located to various metros)<br />Mumbai<br />Hyderabad<br />Bangalore<br />Chennai<br />Collection process for e-waste<br />Hub and Spoke model within each city for collection<br />Weekly B2C collection <br />Fortnightly B2B collection<br />Warehouse<br />(Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore)<br />
    18. 18. Incentives For Attracting Customers<br />Households will be incentivized to deposit their electronic appliances with the specific dealers by introducing schemes such as:<br />Gift Vouchers for giving away electronic appliances<br />Rebates on new purchase<br />Businesses will be incentivized by entering into long-term contracts that will pay the businesses for their e-wastes<br />Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />
    19. 19. Processing of e-waste<br /><ul><li>Initial fixed cost for setting up a 12000 tonne capacity plant = Rs 25 Crores
    20. 20. Processing of e-waste would generate valuable metals which would be sold off in two ways:</li></ul>Selling recycled gold to Corporate houses like Tanishq, Reliance Jewellery <br />Selling metals to third party at market price<br /><ul><li>Generation of non-hazardous wastes which can be sold off to construction sites at scrap value</li></ul>Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />
    21. 21. Revenue Targets<br />B2B<br />B2C<br />Our Market: 30% of PCs used in the proposed 4 cities. Out of these, approx 1% of PCs make up our market<br />Assumptions:<br />Working PCs in India in FY 2000 was 5 million= 50 Lacs<br />PCs are changed every 10 years on an average<br />Plant Capacity used p.a.: 1350 Tonnes<br />Our Market: Approx 15% of mobile handsets used in these 4 cities. Out of that, approx 1% are sent for recycling<br />Assumption: <br />Mobile handsets replaced in every 2 years<br />Mobile handsets in FY 2007: 9.8 crores<br />Plant Capacity used per annum: 98 Tonnes<br />Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />
    22. 22. Revenue Targets<br />Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Rate of growth of e-waste in India: 10%<br />Estimated growth rates for B2B & B2C per annum:<br />B2B: 10%<br />B2C: 15%<br />
    23. 23. Estimated Financials<br />Please refer the attached excel sheet:<br />Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />
    24. 24. Future Scope<br />Introduction<br />Opportunity<br />Operational Details<br />Financials<br />Future Scope<br />Availing government subsidies<br />Moving from solitaire to revenue sharing agreements (win-win relationship) with all third party buyers<br />Tie-up with unorganized sector for e-waste procurement<br />Bringing Mahindra group companies (e.g. Mahindra Ugine) in the value chain<br />Branding of ‘recycled’ products to attract environmental concerned consumers<br />E.g. recycled gold from Tanishq, Reliance etc.<br />
    25. 25. References<br />http://www.dare.co.in/opportunities/energy-environment/not-your-typical-e-commerce-opportunity.htm<br />http://ewasteguide.info/making-profit-from-m<br />http://biztech2.in.com/india/news/computing/pc-sales-cross-63-million-units-in-200607/2492/0<br />http://www.livemint.com/2007/11/28112435/India-posts-largest-growth-in.html<br />http://archives.infotech.indiatimes.com/articleshow/12976606.cms<br />
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