Performing E-Waste Management for the Future technology
E-Waste The problem of waste management needs a lot of attention in India due to the increase in the garbage. Disposal rates especially in computer waste develop countries. E-Waste Over time many SMEs have also risen to the challenge of the situation. To dispose of e-waste disposal sites these SMEs use natural waste management technology to reduce the volume of E-Waste.
India one of the leading countries in the field of IT and the world of telecommunications produces huge quantities of e-waste every year. According to industry estimates electrical producers and manufacturers in India produce about 1250 tons of electrical waste annually.
As official recycling and disposal E-Waste technology is still in its infancy in India it has exacerbated the problem of toxic waste dumping in open space. Kurian Joseph Associate Professor Institute of Environmental Studies Anna University states “In India recycling and disposal. Has been carried out by unscrupulous individuals leading to serious environmental hazards.”
United against E-Waste
Commenting on the government’s efforts to reduce the country’s waste problem Prof. Joseph says “A recent government law mandates garbage makers to work with licensed waste management companies to reduce volume wastage and reuse it safely.”
In addition small and medium enterprises appear to be entering into agreements. With various international firms to exploit the green technology of e-pollution reduction. K Vijaya Lakshmi VP of Development Alternatives shares “The NGO based in Bengaluru recently brought. Together several SME sector firms to start community programs aimed at waste management”.
New inventions such as raw data centers and better visibility can play a major role in e-waste management. In addition these technologies can enhance the use of space and energy in the IT and telecommunications sectors. In addition producers should strive to reduce waste by using non-hazardous materials during theirs. Own production process rather than later waste management.
Dr Lakshmi also emphasized that waste management is the responsibility of both consumers and producers. Who must reduce the use of hazardous materials and dispose of waste properly.