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e-waste

  1. 1. E-WASTE: THE LATEST CONTRIBUTOR TO ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION PRESENTERS: DHEERENDAR REDDY- 11502093-(B35) CHENCHO DEM – 11510696-(B36) ROHIT KUMAR- 11508462-(B39) NAVENDU BAKAYA- 11508452-(B40)
  2. 2.  Introduction  What is e-waste  Sources of e-waste  Categories of e-waste  Consequences of e-waste  Remedies of e-waste  Draft law on e-waste recycling  Conclusion
  3. 3.  The rapid pace of the technological change in the fields of environment has made appliances for home and office equipment both affordable and widely used.  Resulting in lots of electronic appliances added to waste stream. “As many as 3,000 personal computers; 8,500 mobile handsets; 5,500 TV sets and are dismantled in the Delhi everyday for reuse of their component parts and materials”
  4. 4.  It May be defined as, computers, office equipment, entertainment devices & many other electronic or electrical.  The electronic components that are disposed off in an inappropriate manner are collectively termed as ‘e-waste’.  Devices which are unwanted broken and discarded by their original users are known as ‘e-waste’ or ‘electronic waste’.
  5. 5.  Large household appliances.  Small household appliances.  IT & telecommunications equipment.  Consumer equipment.  Lighting & e-tools.  Medical & sports equipment.  Monitoring & control instruments.
  6. 6.  Importing too much second hand devices.  Airports found with deluged e-waste import.  No sources of accurate estimates of quantity.  Through recycling environmental damage causes ‘cherry-picking’ by recyclers.  India’s poor response towards increasing e-waste.  Most e-waste imports to India along with china and Africa across the world.
  7. 7.  The huge amount of e-waste not recycled can be accounted for by storage.  Landfill/incineration. Reuse and recycling of electrical equipment. Awareness of e-waste & implementation of legislation.
  8. 8.  Government of India makes e-waste as an organized business.  Responsibility shifted to third party. Instead, of It industry.  Considering as hazardous waste under hazardous waste management guidelines ,1989.
  9. 9. 1.http://www.slideshare.net/mdmustafakamal9/ewaste-ppt?related=1 2.http://www.slideshare.net/vbvklone/e-waste-27139823?qid=d28d6568-a826-456b-8261-d5fe74a604d8&v= default&b=&from_search=4 3.http://indiatechonline.com//snapshot.php 4.http://www.indiatechonline.com//it-happend-in-india.php?id=1145

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