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The disposal of electronic waste is a subject that has come to the forefront in recent years. We all must do our part to recycle our e-waste for three main reasons: environmental conditions, health concerns, and precious natural resources. Electronic equipment, especially electronic devices and their components such as computers and cell phones, is a […]
As per the Global E-waste Statistics Partnership (GESP), global e-waste volumes soared by 53% in the 2014–19 phase and reached 53.6 million metric tonnes. As per the report, only about one-sixth of it reached e-waste (electronic waste) recycling facilities. The rest was illegally dumped in lower-income or middle-income economies to be recycled by informalworkers. Even […]
Surprising but true; the COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on e-waste generation and management. Several researches and surveys have shown that due to COVID-19 induced lockdowns and the subsequent change in the work culture, about 50 % enterprises worldwide had to shift their focus towards managing the ‘no-longer-in-use’ electronics. On one hand, as […]
Surprising but true; the COVID-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on e-waste generation and management. Several researches and surveys have shown that due to COVID-19 induced lockdowns and the subsequent change in the work culture, about 50 % enterprises worldwide had to shift their focus towards managing the ‘no-longer-in-use’ electronics. On one hand, as […]
In response to the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s drive for ‘Swachh Bharat,’ the Union Health Ministry recently auctioned the reusable e-waste worth a whopping Rs 13. Lakh. The e-waste included IT hardware like computers, printers, photocopying machines and other spare parts. After the auction was carried out The Union Health Ministry announced the details […]
Recently, it has been revealed that Haryana is doing well in terms of e-waste management than most other states in India. It is placed at the fourth position regarding the installed capacity of recycling plants. Its recycling capacity is 1.24 lakh tonnes annually. Uttar Pradesh leads the lot with an annual installed capacity of 4.94 lakh tonne. Uttarakhand […]
IntroductionLooking at the current inventions around the globe in the IT space, data centre equipment willeventually become obsolete, and you will require new hardware to get the system up and running. What’s the best way to manage the E-waste of outdated equipment? Numerous companies are stockpiling end-of-life data centre hardware since they are unsure what […]

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