Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Sudhir Published Engineering The management and recycling of E-waste was assessed in the city of Bangalore India based on rapid growing waste stream, waste valuable resources, hazardous substances and low recycling rate. For this purpose, the personal computer was defined as the tracer and accordingly a model was designed. The model depicts the life cycle of tracer, from production to consumption-including reuse and refurbishment-to material recovery in the formal recycling industry. The process of data collection for… Expand.
How well are we managing E-waste in India: evidences from the city of Bangalore
E-Waste Management: A Case Study of Bangalore, India | Electronic Waste | Recycling
Electronic waste management is a phrase that carries a lot of weight in the present-day context. Technology has made our lives easier, however tech products have a limited lifespan — either because we consumers like our new shiny toys or because of planned obsolescence by the manufacturers. Once their utility is served, these products are often dumped along with other waste streams or sold to the informal processors of e-waste. The informal sector utilizes crude extraction and recycling methods, which release harmful toxins in the open environment leading to deterioration of nature and human health. Consumers must ensure that their e-waste disposal is done in a responsible and scientific manner through authorised channels.
Assessing resident awareness on e-waste management in Bangalore, India: a preliminary case study
The city of Bangalore At an elevation of m, it is known for its mild, salubrious climate. Since the s, Bangalore has enjoyed the reputation of being one of the fastest growing cities in Asia Dittrich,
True sustainability, while seemingly a pipe dream, is attainable only through complete cooperation at all levels of government. From the ground-up, decentralization approach, this means that ward committees in Bangalore must begin to operate together, and must take care of their own waste. At the same time, the Bruhat Bangalore MahanagaraPalike must fully support 25 wards and ward committees, and do their best to ensure both producer and consumer responsibility.