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Tag Archives: E-Waste Recycling

Re-Teck named founder and committee member of AEWRA

Underscoring its global commitment to advance e-waste process management and in doing so enabling circular economy processing of expensive components and materials that might otherwise be sent to landfill, Re-Teck has become a founder and committee member of the new ... Read More »

E-Waste Management in India

The future of e-waste recycling is bright in India as there is a gap of proper solution providers that can handle the growing demand of electronic appliance consumption. With growing amount of consumers, this sector will keep on giving positive ... Read More »

Emphasis on EPR to regulate e-waste disposal

It is a year since the E-waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2011 have been implemented in India. Emphasising on the concept of Extended Producers Responsibility (EPR) enshrined in the rules, Jayanthi Natarajan Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Environment and ... Read More »

e-Waste Recycling

Ahmedabad has set up an electronic waste collection system with the base being ready and the collection to begin in two to three weeks. There will be collection points in colleges, petrol pumps and malls. Plans are on to repair ... Read More »

Nippon invests in e-waste recycling in India

Japanese metal pre-processor Nippon Magnetic Dressing Co. Ltd (NMD) has agreed to invest in the equity capital of India’s e-waste recycling company Eco Recycling Limited (Ecoreco). “The investment would not only set the strategic road map of e-waste management in ... Read More »

EU’s new legislation to recycle e-waste

At least 85% of electrical and electronic waste generated in the European Union will have to be recycled by 2020 under the new rules that took effect recently. Environment Commissioner Janez Potonik has said that the new law is a ... Read More »

Growing e-Waste in India

E-waste is growing in India at the rate of 10%. Major recycling of e-waste is carried out in the non-formal sector using primitive and hazardous methods. Adequate legislative measures and cost-effective, environment friendly, technological solution would be needed to address the issue. A synopsis Read More »

India’s new e-Waste Rules in force

The new rules called the e-waste (management and handling) Rules, 2011 released by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, effective from May 2011, aims at improving the safe management of electrical and electronic wastes. It lays down the responsibilities and ... Read More »

Delhi’s e-waste

The New Delhi Municipal Council is now planning to tie up with Attero Recycling Pvt. Ltd to collect all kinds of e-waste and recycle at a plant in Roorkee, Uttarakhand. The NDMC will identify places for setting up collection centres ... Read More »

Ecoreco hosts E-waste week

Eco Recycling Ltd, Mumbai, organised an e-waste disposal week from December 8-15, 2008, for creating greater awareness amongst manufacturers, banks, financial institutions, BPO’s, call centers, corporates, government departments, individuals, students and traders for safe recycling of their e-waste and secured ... Read More »