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Electronic waste in India: Problems and policies
Electronic waste or E-waste is relatively a novel addition to the ever-growing hazardous waste stream. It includes discarded electronic and electrical equipment. Developing countries are facingExpand
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Emerging trends in consumers’ E-waste disposal behaviour and awareness: A worldwide overview with special focus on India
E-waste is a complex stream of toxic waste which requires specific handling considerations. Effective and responsible management of E-waste is a global concern today. Considering the depth of theExpand
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Effect of nanoscale TiO2-activated carbon composite on Solanum lycopersicum (L.) and Vigna radiata (L.) seeds germination
The extensive use of nanoparticles under different industrial processes and their release into the environment are of major concerns in the present global scenario. In the present study, the effectsExpand
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Generation of electronic waste in India: Current scenario, dilemmas and stakeholders
This paper tries to quantify the amount of E-waste generated in India with the related stakeholder involvement. Electronic waste (E-waste) or waste electrical and electronic equipments (WEEE), whichExpand
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Electronic Waste Management in India: A Stakeholder’s Perspective
E-waste or Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) illustrate discarded appliances that utilize electricity for their functioning. Today, the Indian market is engrossed with massive volumesExpand
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Public understandings of E-waste and its disposal in urban India: From a review towards a conceptual framework
Abstract Responsible management of electronic waste (E-waste) is a major apprehension in contemporary urban India. As a toxic waste stream, E-waste calls for conscientious management practices inExpand
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Health and Environmental Hazards of Electronic Waste in India.
Technological waste in the form of electronic waste (e-waste) is a threat to all countries. E-waste impacts health and the environment by entering the food chain in the form of chemical toxicants andExpand
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India’s lost rivers and rivulets
The manuscript highlights the tragedy of India’s extinct or near-extinct rivers and rivulets (i.e. very small rivers or streams) passing through some of the major Indian cities. These rivers wereExpand
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Generation and Management of Electronic Waste in India
Electronic waste (E-waste) or waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) refers to obsolete and discarded appliances that operates on electricity. Due to our constantly evolving dependence onExpand
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Generation and Management of Electronic Waste in the City of Pune, India
Electronic waste (E-waste) illustrates discarded appliances that utilize electricity for their functioning. It is one of the fastest growing waste streams across the globe. A study on the generationExpand
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