Officials say it will help board manage waste in better manner

Abuja — Amid threats posed by electronic wastes (E-waste), the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has begun moves to fashion out regulatory guidelines for the management of E-waste in the nat

Officials say it will help board manage waste in a better manner and ensure proper disposal

Global e-waste production is on track to reach 120 million tonnes per year by 2050 if current trends continue, according to a report from the Platform for Accelerating the Circular Economy (PACE) and the UN E-Waste Coalition released at Davos.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matte of Mahendra Pandey Vs Union of India & Others dated 16/01/2019 regarding disposal of e-waste along the banks of Ramganga River. Interim progress report submitted by the State of Uttar Pradesh states that the work for the permanent treatment and disposal in Treatment Storage

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mahendra Pandey Vs Union of India & Others dated 16/10/2018 regarding E-waste on Ramganga banks, Uttar Pradesh, 16/10/2018. In the meeting chaired by the Chief Secretary which was attended by the other officers, it was decided that removal of waste on the banks of River Ramganga should be taken immediately and the waste may be temporarily stored in a safe and scientific manner. It was decided that Treatment Storage Disposal Facility (TSDF) be set up in District Amroha.

Thanks to rapid changes in technology and falling prices, millions of tons of high-tech electronic devices are becoming obsolete in the developed nations every year, making e-waste one of the top e

The order came after the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) informed it that a number of sealed e-waste industries were operating illegally in densely populated residential areas

Electronics Waste (Ewaste) company, NamiGreen in a move of creating local jobs, while doing something good for the environment is ramping up efforts to rid the country of it's e-waste.

BENGALURU: The country’s first e-waste recycling unit will come up in Bengaluru, Union minister of chemicals and fertilisers Ananth Kumar said on Monday.

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