E-Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities in India (Paperback)
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E-Waste Management: Challenges and Opportunities in India (Paperback)

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Paperback 204 Pages / Published: 30/09/2021
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This book offers an extensive review of e-waste management in India, the world's fifth largest producer of waste from electrical and electronic equipment. With a focus on the evolution of legal frameworks in India and the world, it presents impacts and outcomes; challenges and opportunities; and management strategies and practices to deal with e-waste. First of its kind, the book examines relevant concepts and issues from across fifteen disciplines and six areas of policy making and will serve as a comprehensive knowledge base on electronic waste in India. It links key themes to the global context of Sustainable Development Goals and explores the convergence with technological, infrastructural and social initiatives in e-waste management.

The book discusses a range of topics such as resource efficiency policies; circular economy; toxicity; technicalities and complexities of e-waste management including role of the informal sector, and need for recognising social and human costs in policy making. It deals with the role of statistics; legal trends and reforms; linkages with green Agenda 2030 and UN initiatives; implementation of Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR); environmental factors; business prospects; consequences on human health; Life Cycle Impact Assessment; the six Rs (Responsible use, Repair, Refurbish, Recycle, Recover, and Reuse); recycling practices and problems, material flow and informal sector in trade value chain; fostering partnership between formal-informal sectors; safe disposal; alternatives to landfilling; role of jurisprudence and regulatory bodies; and education and awareness. It also includes a survey of pan-India initiatives and trajectories of law-driven initiatives for effective e-waste management along with responses from industries and producers.

Timely and essential, this volume will be useful to scholars and researchers of environment studies, digital waste management, waste management, development studies, public policy, political ecology, sustainable development, technology and manufacturing, design and instrumentation, environmental and international law, taxation, commerce, electronic industry, economics, business management, metallurgy and engineering, labour studies, as well as to policymakers, nongovernmental organisations and interested general readers.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9780367249984
Number of pages: 204
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm

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