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E-Waste
MANAGEMENT
What is E-Waste
E-waste means waste electrical
and electronic equipment, whole
or part or rejects from their
manufacturing
and
repair
process, which are intended to
be discarded.
Notification from Ministry of Environment
on e-waste Management
The Notification of e-waste rules has already come
into force w.e.f. May 1st 2012
Delivery or Handing over of e-waste to any
unauthorized agency is a criminal offence
under EPA 1986
Download full draft : http://moef.nic.in/downloads/rules-and-regulations/1035e_eng.pdf
Responsibilities of consumer or bulk
consumer
 Consumers or Bulk consumers of electronic
equipment listed in Schedule 1 Shall ensure that
e-waste generated by them is channelized to
authorized collection center(s) or registered
dismantler(s) or recycler(s) or take back services
by the producers; and
 Bulk customer shall maintain records of e-waste
generated by them in Form 2 and make such
records available for scrutiny by the State
Pollution Control or the Pollution Control
Committee concerned.
Download full draft : http://moef.nic.in/downloads/rules-and-regulations/1035e_eng.pdf
Rules are applicable to:
consumer
BULK
CONSUMER
 Bulk consumer :
‘Bulk Consumer’ Means bulk users of electrical or
electronic equipment such banks MNC’s, private
companies etc.
 Consumer :
‘Consumer’ means any person using electrical
or electronic equipment excluding the bulk
consumers.
 Original
Manufacturer :
Company which is manufacturing the products
mentioned in Schedule 1 & 2 of E-waste Rules.
ORIGINAL
MANIFACTURER
Who can collect E-Waste :
COLLECTION
CENTER
 COLLECTION
CENTER :
SEGREGATOR
RECYCLER
‘Collection Center’ means a center established, individually or jointly
or a registered society or a designated agency or a company or an
association to collect E-waste.
 Dismantler :
‘Dismantler’ means any person or registered society or a
designated agency or a company or an association engaged in
dismantling of used electrical and electronic equipment into
their components.
 RECYCLER :
‘Recycler’ means any person who is engaged in recycling or reprocessing
of used electrical and electronic equipment or assemblies or their
component.
DOCUMENTIONS FOR E-WASTE COLLECTOR
 Manifest/form 13
 Entry in Pass book by collector
 Record Keeping in form 2 by
Occupier.
Items covered under e-waste
[Covered under MOEF* notification S.O.1035(E) rules –Schedule 1]
 IT and telecommunication equipment:
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Centralized data processing:
Mainframes, Minicomputers
Personal computing:
Personal Computers (CPU with input and output devices)
Laptop (CPU with input and output devices)
Notebook, Notepad etc.,
Printers including cartridges
Copying equipment
Electrical and electronic typewriters
Pocket and desk calculators
And other products and equipment for the collection, storage, processing, presentation or communication of information
by electronic means
User terminals and systems
Facsimile
Telex
Telephones
Pay telephones
Cordless telephones
Cellular telephones
Answering systems
And other products or equipment of transmitting sound, images or other information by telecommunications
 Consumer electrical and electronics:
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Television sets (including LCD & LED), Refrigerator, Washing Machine, Air-conditioners.
Form 2 for Record Keeping
FORM-2
Restricted by copyright: Not for further distribution
[See Rule 4(8), 5 (5),6(4),7(6), 11(5) and 13(8)]
FORM FOR MAINTAINING RECORDS OF e- WASTE HANDLED
Quantity in metric Tons (MT) or Kilograms (Kg) annually.
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Name & Address:
Producer / Collection
Centre/ Dismantler/Recycler
Date of Issue Of
Authorization
Registration
Validity of Authorization
/ Registration
Types & Quantity of
e-waste handled
Types & Quantity of
e-Waste Stored
Types & Quantity of
e-Waste Transportation
Name, Address and contact
Details of the destination
Deshwal E-Waste Recycler, G1-147A, IID,
Industrial Area, Khushkhera, Rajasthan
2nd Jan 2012 / 19th Jan 2012
31st Dec 2012 / 18th Jan 2013
Category: e-waste Quantity: 200Kg
Item Description: List Attached
Category: e-waste Quantity: 0
Item Description:
Category: e-waste Quantity: 200Kg
Quantity
Deshwal E-Waste Recycler, G1-147A, IID,
Industrial Area, Khushkhera, Rajasthan
What is Passbook
Process Flow Chart
Agreement between
Recycler and Occupier
E-Waste Lifting Request
Pickup Schedule
Issue of Manifest with
seal & sign during
lifting of e-waste
Records to be
maintained in Form 2
by Occupier
Recycler Shall issue
Recycling Certificate
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Manifest have to be in 6 Copies
One copy of manifest should be
retained by occupier
And one copy of manifest should be
sent to Local Pollution Control Board
What can we Recover from E-waste
What are the Products, By Products & Hazardous waste.
 Some Part of E-waste is Refurbish-able & Re-useable.
 After Segregation of E-waste Following materials are recovered.
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Plastic
Glass
Ferrous & Non Ferrous Metals
Cables.
The Above by Products are being sold to Authorized Recyclers
Types of Waste:
• Hazardous Waste
• PCB & Mother Board.
About ‘Deshwal E-Waste Recycler’
Deshwal E-Waste Recycler has 8 years of diversified and rich IT
Experience. Recently ventured into e-waste management.
 Established in 2011, Facility at Khushkhera, Rajasthan
 Authorised by Rajasthan State Pollutions Control Board.
 Member of U.C.C.I, Udaipur for Hazardous Waste disposal.
 PAN India collection facility
 Recycling process approved by State Pollution Control Board
For More Information Logon to: www.ewasterecycler.com
For More Information Logon to: www.ewasterecycler.com

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