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E-Waste is referred to as Electronic Waste and it consists of various hazardous chemicals and metals which could be harmful to both humans and the environment. Due to its adverse effects, E-Waste should be managed properly to minimize the risk of environmental pollution and health hazards. 

In the year 2011, the government of India made the first law based on the “Extended Producers Responsibility” (EPR). As per this law, the manufacturers of electrical and electronics products must take care of the final stage of their product in an environmentally friendly manner. The EPR Certificate or EPR Authorization is issued by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB).

Want to know more about E-Waste Management and EPR Certification, Check the complete procedure, certification cost, timeline, documents required, products list, and more. Aleph INDIA is one of the leading EPR Registration consultants in Delhi, helping the manufacturers to get their licenses. Reach us for a free consultation.

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