How OEMs, Retailers Can 'Scientifically' Recycle India's E-Waste
The objective is to ensure that those involved in collecting e-waste do it safely and scientifically.
India's E-Waste May Surpass China's, Says Study
The average discard or replacement rates have increased with a corresponding increase in buying power
E-waste Mangement is Critical for India: MAIT
Indian is expected to generate about 1.5 lakh ton of wastage from the use of electronics every year by 2020, says IT hardware industry body MAIT
Recyling can curb harzardious effects of e-waste, says MAIT
The need of the hour is to concentrate on methods of disposal of waste that at present seem insufficient to tackle the huge amounts of waste generated, say experts.
Abundance of e-waste is opportunity in disguise
The APAC e-waste recycling market, worth US$1.85 billion in 2012 and is expected to reach US$4.01 billion in 2017.
Waking up to e-waste
Category : Digital Enterprise
Technology : Enterprise IT Services
As the awareness about e-waste management is increasing, several Indian enterprises are joining the bandwagon.
Cerebra, Cimelia to open India's largest e-waste recycling unit
Cimelia plans to shift its copper smelting unit to India and also set up a plastic to fuel plant unit in the country
HCL spreads awareness on safe disposal of e-waste
HCL Infosystems Limited has announced an array of activities around e-waste disposal beginning from today to commemorate World Environment Day. The program will be rolled out across 505 'HCL Touch' centres spread over major metros and semi...
MAIT welcomes e-waste draft
MAIT, the apex body representing the interest of IT hardware industry in India congratulated the Union Minister of State for Environment & Forests, Jairam Ramesh on making the draft 'e-waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2010'...
E-waste Rules to be Out by March 2010
The Ministry of Environment & Forest said it is currently developing a dedicated set of rules to govern the management and handling of e-wasteThese will be put in the public domain for comments by March 2010. The said draft rules were...