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Updated on 24 Nov 2020  9.00 AM IST | 4 min read

Why E-Waste Recyclers should go for Certification?

E-waste stands for electronic waste. Electronic waste is a waste generated from electronic products like computers, laptops, mobile phones, refrigerators, old phones, bulbs, TV’s, Washing machines, microwave’s etc. E-waste includes all secondary electronic waste which can be reused, resold, recycled, discarded or disposed.

This electronic waste can be toxic and harmful for the environment as well as for the humans. It is the right decision to check that the old electronics you are using can be repaired and recycled before discarding it in order to minimize the amount of E-scrap. Proper e-waste disposal is important in order to minimize the effects of the scrap product on the environment as well as on humans.

In current scenario, there are many companies which are handling or tackling the issue of e-waste. Finacbooks is one of them. Finacbooks is one of the best searching platforms which helps the peoples in providing e-waste certification. We are in direct contact with some e-waste certification agencies which will provide you e-waste certification. Authorized e-waste certification agencies use sophisticated technology and put more focus on reuse and recycling of e-waste. If you have properly repaired some of the devices or a part of any device, it can be reused and recycled in order to minimize the waste. Our E-waste certification agencies are proficient in doing it.

E-waste is one of the most hazardous waste generated from household & industrial items. It should be handled in a proper way and disposed of unless it will cause adverse effects on environment as well as on humans. In order to minimize such negative effects, proper methods & technology should be implemented in order to dispose the waste. Instead of disposing the waste, more focus should be on reuse and recycling.


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Causes of E-waste

There are many causes of generation of E-waste but some of the important causes are as follows –

Low initial cost

Rapid change in technology

Planned obsolescence

E-waste (Management & Handling) Rules in India

The list of rules & regulations related to e-waste in India are as follows –

  1. Electronic waste handling and disposal draft law, 2013
  2. The e-waste (Management & handling) Rules, 2011
  3. Management of E-waste, guidelines 2008
  4. The hazardous waste (Management handling & Transboundary movement) rules, 2008
  5. The hazardous waste (Management and handling) rules, 2003

Benefits of E-waste certification

The benefits of e-waste certification are as follows –

  • It makes environment healthy and safe.
  • It increases the confidence of the consumer
  • It provides workforce benefits such as reduction in accidents, injury frequency rates and short & long term liabilities.
  • It enhances the community relations
  • It boosts your company on the subject of social responsibility
  • It enhances the potential of insurability
  • It enhances the bottom line through lower processing and product cost.

Adverse effects of E-waste

The various effects of e-waste are as follows –

  1. It will harm our environment as well as humans.
  2. It will increase the environmental pollution, if waste is not reused or recycled or properly disposed of.
  3. Presence of lead in e-waste such as television, PC, laptop can cause serious diseases to humans which can be related to any part of the body such as brain, kidney, reproductive and entire nervous system.
  4. Presence of mercury also creates adverse effects on both environment and human health. Mercury exists in CFL’S, televisions, refrigerators etc.
  5. Presence of cadmium in e-waste can cause cancer to humans when it comes in contact with the environment. In case cadmium burns, it releases a lethal gas – prolonged exposure of which can cause lung failure.
  6. It contains toxic & hazardous material like lead, mercury, cadmium, beryllium, chromium and chemical retardants which has the potential to leach into our soil and water.
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