Better links between designers, manufacturers and recyclers are needed to stem the tide of electronic junk



- Indian HVAC sector to grow at 30 per cent to over Rs 20,000 crore over the next two years


Estimates show that around 10% of potential energy savings are being lost by millions of products across Europe, including ovens, fridges and washing machines

A World Bank-aided initiative of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency will soon be considered for approval by the Cabinet Committee for Economic Affairs, which will is expected to cause production and s

According to the Consumer Electronics and Appliances Manufacturers Association, consumer electronics and appliances in India is a 45,000-crore-rupee industry. A report prepared by the association this year shows the Indian consumer electronics market grew at a compound annual rate of 13 per cent during 2003-13.

Number of households has risen from 53.69 per cent in 2001 to 78.86 per cent in 2011.

Poverty level in the country may have declined significantly between 2009-10 and 2011-12, the latest government survey on household consumer expenditure indicates, giving something to the beleaguer

New Delhi: The poor in rural areas spend only Rs 17 per day while those living in cities and towns spend Rs 23 a day, a government survey has revealed.

Life in a slum is comparable to life in most urban households in India, according to Census 2011 data on living conditions in slums.

LG Electronics (LG) announced that it has been awarded Carbon Free® certification for six of its products, validating the consumer electronics and home appliance company’s strategy of reducing its