E-Waste Management

ECO Safetech is the best electronic waste management in India provides a number of bespoke solutions for the other recycling spectrum on end-of-life equipment; Asset Disposal which is in line with the recycling adage of reducing, reuse, recycle, and is performed with the total approval and support of our clients. The electronics industry is the world’s largest and fastest-growing industry. Many brands in India can’t take responsibility for their goods at end-of-life stage. Integrating the informal sector into the formal waste processing industry is one of the important aspects of successful e-waste management in India. Our capabilities in this Asset Disposal servicing area extend beyond traditional recycling to encompass testing, cleaning, data wiping of IT equipment. E-waste or Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) are loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete, broken, electrical or electronic devices. (2) In India most of the waste electronic items are stored at households as people do not know how to discard them. E-waste management in India follows a similar pattern. An informal e-waste recycling sector employs thousands of households in urban areas to collect, sort, repair, refurbish, and dismantle disused electrical and electronic products. The recycling of e-waste serves a lot of useful purposes. For instance, include protecting human and environmental health by keeping those devices out of landfills. Or recovering the parts within the devices that still have value, and providing manufacturers with recycled metals that can be used to make new products. Recycling electronics helps reduce pollution that would be generated while manufacturing a new product and the need to extract valuable and limited virgin resources. Electronic recycling also reduces the energy used in new product manufacturing.

E-Waste Management Policy

Producers of electronic goods have to ensure at least 60% of their electronic waste is collected and recycled by 2023 with targets to increase them to 70% and 80% in 2024 and 2025, respectively. Companies will report these on an online portal.The EWM Rules, 2016, have prescribed strict criteria for achieving effective collection, transportation, storage, channelization, and disposal of the e-waste in an environmentally sound manner. The compliance requirements under the EWM Rules, 2016, have been made more stringent than the EW Rules, 2011.

Types of E-Waste

Cooling Equipments

Freezers and Fridges.

Telecommunication Equipments

Computers and Telephones

Screen Equipments

TV, Monitor, Laptops

Solar Panels
LED Bulbs
Vending Machines
Disposal of E-Waste