ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC WASTE: A GROWING ISSUE

  • Dr. Shakuntala Pandey P.G. Department of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Government Madhav Science P.G. College Ujjain, M.P., India
Keywords: E Waste Introduction, Problems by E-Waste Recycling

Abstract

“WEEE” or Waste electrical and electronic equipments”

A computer complete with monitor, keyboard, mouse and the central processing unit weight about 32 kg. But with no scientific system of recycling in place they are dumped as E-waste. Pile after pile of chips and assorted bits and pieces of computers are contributed by IT companies. As the IT segment tries to keep pace the recycling market gets flooded with fresh stocks of electronics materials - stripped, pounded and extracted. The BPO/IT segment is one of the largest generators of e-waste.

As the problem of e-waste continues to grow bigger, the need to evolve clean means of disposal has become more urgent. Some private companies are working on scientific recycling of waste. The bulk of e-waste still travels to the scrap yards and the backroom recycler.

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References

Book- A text book of Environmental Education.

Internet - E-waste.

Published
2017-12-31
How to Cite
Pandey, D. S. (2017). ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC WASTE: A GROWING ISSUE. International Journal of Engineering Technologies and Management Research, 4(12), 85-88. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijetmr.v4.i12.2017.596