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Share Your Vision About E-waste Recycling and Management

Start Date: 27-02-2021
End Date: 31-03-2021

ITDA, Uttarakhand has come up with an idea for an E-waste studio in the year 2020 when the world is struggling with the global Pandemic covid-19. The motive behind this “E-Waste ...

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ITDA, Uttarakhand has come up with an idea for an E-waste studio in the year 2020 when the world is struggling with the global Pandemic covid-19. The motive behind this “E-Waste Studio, Uttarakhand" is to promote the RRR term of recycling where the first R is for Reduce Second R is for reuse and the third R is for Represent instead of Recycle.

The motive behind this “E-Waste Studio, Uttarakhand" is to promote the RRR term of recycling where the first R is for Reduce Second R is for reuse and the third R is for Represent instead of Recycle. But the fact is we cannot stop but we also don't want to harm Mother Nature with our acts. Then how can we reduce, reuse and represent? Well, we can understand our needs for electronics and avoid buying unnecessary electronic items and dispose of the e-waste in the right way, we can cannibalize the e-waste and make something useful like a working model or the artefact and now it's time to represent our brand new E-Waste artefact. Isn’t it simple?

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The last date of submission is 31st March 2021.

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Anjalibhatt 4 weeks 18 hours ago

Electronic waste (e-waste) typically includes discarded computer monitors, motherboards, mobile phones and chargers, compact discs, headphones, television sets, air conditioners and refrigerators.Recycling e-waste enables us to recover various valuable metals and other materials from electronics, saving natural resources (energy), reducing pollution, conserving landfill space, and creating jobs.

Deepa Bisht 1 month 3 days ago

The best way to recycle is 5-R system. Which can recycle e waste E-waste management could be done by reducing their use to minimumThe problem of e-waste is a tough challenge for the future

Saurabh Chhillar 1 month 5 days ago

E-waste management could be done by reducing their use to minimum and by reusing them if possible it could be minimised by improving the infrastructure of recycling units and there should be dafe disposal of e-waste

AmanBisht 1 month 6 days ago

E-waste management could be done by reducing their use to minimum and by reusing them if possible it could be minimised by improving the infrastructure of recycling units and there should be dafe disposal of e-waste

Priyabhatt 1 month 1 week ago

The problem of e-waste is a tough challenge for the future. This is not only harmful for the environment, but many hazardous chemical substances in e-waste are putting the bio-process at risk. This requires proper management.

Aryansingh 1 month 1 week ago

This contamination puts not just people in danger but the environment. In developing countries, the risks is exceptionally high because some developed countries send their e-waste there for the disposal, but now keeping in view the danger of E-Waste provisions are made which prohibit the import export of E-Waste. It is observed that the global e-waste has detrimental effects not only on the people that work with the e-waste but also the people.

Sushil Dobhal 1 month 1 week ago

The problem of e-waste is a tough challenge for the future. This is not only harmful for the environment, but many hazardous chemical substances in e-waste are putting the bio-process at risk. This requires proper management.

Students should be motivated to collect waste in all schools. Collection centers should be set up in the school and students should be deposited the waste of their homes at these centers for the purpose of recycling.