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Welcome to e-waste management.
we are one of the leading E-Waste Collectors/Buyers in Bangalore and other Metro Cities In India also we tied up with ERP software for the waste management, recycling and disposal industry..
We are authorized vendor from K.S.P.C.B (KARNATAKA STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD) And ISO 9001-2015 EQMS 14001-2015 Certified Company.We collect all kinds Of Electronic materials like computer, laptop, printer, cartridge, cpu, mouse, key board,smps, hdd, mother board, cabinets, server, switches, router, mobile, speaker, battery, ram, monitor, etc.
are sorted down to the component level and each component are sorted to convert it back into raw materials (usable materials) towards manufacturing of new and existing products. The amount of WEEE continues to grow, not only in India but worldwide. In 2021, global production will reach 52 million tonnes, according to the recently released Global E-Waste Monitor report. The hazardous substances leaching from landfill and contaminating soil and groundwater have huge impacts on the environment and human health, and the loss of valuable resources is also detrimental to the economy. Our impact is to reduce the environmental harm of e-waste and save resources and we are using end-to-end ERP to keep data secure Therefore, some components & products require final disposal at properly licensed by the Indian Government with permitted facilities.
Extended producer's responsibility (EPR) is the major aspect of the E-waste management. Among EPR programs, there is a range in the
degree that manufacturers assume responsibility for end-of-life product management as compared
to others in the product chain such as retailers, consumers, local governments, haulers and
recyclers.CPCB extend its responsibility to ensure the appropriate recycling of all kind of EEE products after its
end of life. EPR is a measuring tool implemented by CPCB to ensure the producers and generators
are wisely responsible of their products introduced in the market.
The EPR is a policy approach under which producers are given a significant responsibility—financial or physical—for the treatment or disposal of post-consumer products. The overall idea of EPR control by CPCB (Central Pollution Control Board) is diverting responsibility from State Pollution Control Board (SPCB), thus reducing the load of SPCBs significantly, accordingly in the amended new E-Waste Rules 2016, and 2018 the EPR Authorization has been made CPCB’s responsibility with PAN India implementation.
Central Pollution Control Board and Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) jointly implemented the compliance to ensure the country’s safety and health including people.
E-Cycle solutions shall provide expert advice and consultancy services to obtain the EPR Authorization from CPCB, Delhi. Our immense knowledge and experience in EEE products will help you to get the right directions to achieve your EPR Authorization quickly.We assist to getting EPR authorization registration in PAN India based.
We consider E-Waste not as waste, but a resource for recovery in an environmental friendly manner to protect environment.
Our motto is to Reduce e-waste. Reuse and Recycle, through continuous implementations and innovations in recycling technology.
Scientific disposal of E-waste reduces the environment pollution. Moreover, making products from recycled materials creates less air and water pollution than making products from virgin materials.
Computer recycling, electronic recycling or e-waste recycling is the disassembly and separation of components and raw materials of waste electronics. Although the procedures of re-use, donation and repair are not strictly recycling, these are other common sustainable ways to dispose of IT waste.
Guidelines for Extended Producer Responsibility
1. Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is the responsibility of any producer of electrical
and electronic equipment (EEE) for collection and channelisation of e-waste from end of
life product to an authorised dismantler/recycler
2. A producer can implement its EPR either through take back system and/or by setting up
collection centres or both for channelisation of e-waste from end of life products to
3.The producers are required to have arrangements with authorised dismantlers/recyclers
either individually or collectively or through a Producer Responsibility Organisation spelt out
by the producer in its EPR Plan which is duly approved by Central Pollution Control Board
(CPCB) in producer’s EPR authorisation.
4.EPR authorisation is mandatory and has to be obtained by all the producers including
importers, e-retailers/on line sellers/e-bay etc. in respect of EEE as listed in schedule – I of
E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016.
5. Selling or placing of EEE in the market by any producer without EPR Authorisation shall be
considered as causing damage to the environment. Action as envisaged under E (P) Act,
1986 shall be taken against the producers who operate without EPR authorisation.