Hazards of e waste

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Hazards Of E-Waste

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What is e-Waste? Electrical appliances ranging from personal computers to various household appliances e-Waste comprises of old electronic and such as TV’s, refrigerators, cell phones, switches, wires, batteries and fluorescent lamps. INTRODUCTION

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Sources of e-Waste?

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e-Waste in INDIA

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Some e-Waste contains precious metal, such as gold, platinum, silver and copper e-Waste recycling is therefore considered as “mining above the ground”. Many components also contain hazardous substances like lead, cadmium and mercury What does it contain?

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Bangalore generates 4,00,000 dry cell batteries every month. They are corrosive, reactive and contain heavy metals. Heavy metals may vaporise when burnt and leak when carelessly dumped. Batteries’ example

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Some example of e-waste hazards

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Dumps

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Scientific recycling

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Example 1 : Computers

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Some Graphs on e-Waste

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City wise E-Waste Generation in India

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E-Waste Generation and Recycling 2000-2011

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Amount of E-Waste

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E-Waste Toxic Component and Their Damage to Human Health

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What can you do?

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Since August 2009, Council has collected and sent 54 tonnes of electronic waste to Brisbane for recycling. This includes 457 televisions, 250 computer monitors and 226 computers.

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RECYCLING SCHEME

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THANK YOU The End

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