Greenscape Eco Management

Views:
 
     
 

Presentation Description

No description available.

Comments

By: sudhakargts (41 month(s) ago)

please download

By: yasir_dw (42 month(s) ago)

is this available to download..?

Presentation Transcript

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Electronic Waste Management Greenscape Eco Management, New Delhi, India TIE CleanTech Conclave

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Agenda E-waste Information About Greenscape Eco-Management Our Proposition Successes & Milestones

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Introduction to E-waste E-waste : Any broken or unwanted electronic equipment E-waste as an ‘urban mine’ : E-waste is a richer source of precious metals than naturally occurring ore Over 1 Billion PCs in use worldwide, headed to 2 Billion units by 2014 Some 35 million PCs, will be dumped into landfill with little or no regard for their toxic content It took 27 years to reach the one billion PCs mark, it will take only 7 to grow from 1 billion to 2 billion The global marketplace for information and communications technology (ICT) will exceed $3.7 trillion in 2008 and will top $4 trillion by 2011 Commodity Required Natural Ore Needed Average E-waste Needed 1 Ton Gold 200,000 ton 70,000 ton 1 Ton Steel 2 ton 2 ton 1 Ton Copper 200 ton 14 ton

PowerPoint Presentation: 

E-waste in India Majority of e-waste in India is handled by the unorganized sector Extremely dangerous disposal techniques e.g. open pit burning, acid bath and dumping of e-waste in landfills Untrained work force, exposed to health hazards; lack of waste management legislation Pollution & wastage of resources - Very low recovery of precious metals

PowerPoint Presentation: 

About Us Incepted in 2007 Approved Export Oriented Unit, Central Pollution Control Board authorized e-waste recycler ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 Recycling and reverse logistics company promoting re-use above recycle Chairing the e-waste initiatives of NASSCOM, TEMA; affiliated with other national associations such as ELCINA, CII, CMAI, ICA, IEEE, IETE, etc. E-waste dismantling and segregation facility in Alwar, Rajasthan Coming up with two additional state of the art facility for WEEE scrap management

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Core Team Jeevesh Kumar (Executive Director) B.E (UCLA, California) Angad Bhatia (Director IT & Govt) B.E (CARLETON University, Canada) Jatin Ahuja (Director Corporate Strategy) B.S. Computer Science (VirginiaTech), MBA Babson Vishal Rahel (Head - Operations) B.Tech, MBA (IIPM, New Delhi) Faisal Faraz (Head– Marketing) BIS, MBA (Griffith College, Ireland) Apoorv Kalra (HR & Media Relations) MBA(UTD, Univ. of Texas at Dallas) Mukesh Mittal (Manager - Accounts) M.Com (Agra University) Shubhra Kumar (Head – Environmental Compliance) B.Tech – Biotechnology (University of New South Wales)

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Events & Milestones Launched HCL’s green bag e-waste take back program on Earth Day 2009 Obtained ISO 9001 and 14001 certifications Awareness and collection drive for FIAT Workshop series conducted for Max India foundation & IEEE Awareness workshop conducted for NASSCOM and MCCIA Work started on additional facility in Alwar Formed Electronic Recyclers Association – ERA Land obtained for our third facility in Jaipur Organized e-waste collection and awareness drive at American Embassy School, Earth Day 2010

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Our Proposition A process driven methodology, providing better resource utilization Complex de-manufacturing and reverse logistical processes aimed at catering to the secondary market Safe disposal of unusable devices/ components (including custom bonded equipment) Zero Leakage to the informal sector Electronic inventory & record management Only dry processes are used for recycling, hence there is no hazard to health or environment Destruction of data as per U.S Department of defense standards Reduces the need for mining fresh ore by substituting e-waste as a secondary source of precious metals

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Feasibility - Recycling Market Size – Over a million MT of e-waste by 2012 Market Size – Value – Global Market of over $30 billion Demand for our services – Growing awareness amongst individuals, institutions and corporations (All figures in INR) Cost Processing Transport Revenue PC (10 ton) 60,000-1,00,000 Calculated component-wise below 20,000 As under Major Components of a PC PCB content (approx 1 ton) Part of total PC cost taken above 60,500 Part of total transport cost above 200,000 NON PCB (approx 9 ton) Part of total PC cost taken above 70,000 Part of total transport cost above 130,000 Totals 60,000 – 1,00,000 130,500 20,000 330,000

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Feasibility - Refurbishing (All figures in INR) Cost per ton Processing Transport Revenue An average lot of e-waste 15,000 -30,000 15-30 5,000-25,000 5000 70,000-1,00,000 Rapid increase in demand for refurbished goods in rural and sub-urban India Ability to distribute refurbished goods through nation wide- retail and distribution channels 100% data security

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Additional Proposed Services White Goods Recycling Warehousing Lamp Recycling IC Extraction PMR

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Thank You Greenscape Eco Management 512, Elegance Tower Jasola District Center New Delhi 011-40515662 info@greenscape-eco.com

PowerPoint Presentation: 

TiE Entrepreneurial Summit 2010, - Asia's Largest Gathering of Entrepreneurs, Investors & Industry Leaders scheduled on 21st-23rd Dec, 2010 at New Delhi. Visit us at http://www.tiesummit.org/ www.tiesummit.org