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E-waste Management Authorization | Categories of Electrical and Electronic Equipment | Exempted Applications | Targets for Extended Producer Responsibility | Documentation

The E-Waste  rules  apply to every manufacturer, producer, consumer, bulk consumer, collection centres, dealers, e-retailer, refurbisher, dismantler and recycler involved in manufacture, sale, transfer, purchase, collection, storage and processing of e-waste or electrical and electronic equipment listed in Schedule I, including their components, consumables, parts and spares which make the product operational but shall not apply to - 

(a) used lead acid batteries as covered under the Batteries (Management and Handling) Rules, 2001 made under the Act;
(b) micro enterprises as defined in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (27 of 2006); and
(c) radio-active wastes as covered under the provisions of the Atomic Energy Act, 1962 (33 of 1962) and rules made there under.

Categories of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Including Their Components, Consumables, Parts and Spares Covered Under the Rules

Sr. No.

Categories of electrical and electronic equipment

Electrical and
electronic
equipment
code

i.

Information technology and telecommunication
equipment :

 

 

Centralised data processing: Mainframes, Minicomputers

ITEW1

 

Personal Computing: Personal Computers (Central
Processing Unit with input and output devices)

ITEW2

 

Personal Computing: Laptop Computers(Central
Processing Unit with input and output devices)

ITEW3

 

Personal Computing: Notebook Computers

ITEW4

 

Personal Computing: Notepad Computers

ITEW5

 

Printers including cartridges

ITEW6

 

Copying equipment

ITEW7

 

Electrical and electronic typewriters

ITEW8

 

User terminals and systems

ITEW9

 

Facsimile

ITEW10

 

Telex

ITEW11

 

Telephones

ITEW12

 

Pay telephones

ITEW13

 

Cordless telephones

ITEW14

 

Cellular telephones

ITEW15

 

Answering systems

ITEW16

ii.

Consumer electrical and electronics:

 

 

Television sets (including sets based on (Liquid Crystal
Display and Light Emitting Diode technology)

CEEW1

 

Refrigerator

CEEW2

 

Washing Machine

CEEW3

 

Air-conditioners excluding centralised air conditioning
plants

CEEW4

 

Fluorescent and other Mercury containing lamps

CEEW5

Applications Which are Exempted From the Requirements of Sub-rule (1) of rule 16

 

Substance

1

Mercury in single capped (compact) fluorescent lamps not exceeding (per
burner):

1(a)

For general lighting purposes <30 W : 2.5 mg

1(b)

For general lighting purposes ≥ 30 W and <50 W : 3.5mg

1(c)

For general lighting purposes ≥ 50 W and <150 W : 5mg

1(d)

For general lighting purposes ≥150 W : 15 mg

1(e)

For general lighting purposes with circular or square structural shape and tube
diameter ≤17 mm : 7mg

1(f)

For special purposes:5 mg

2(a)

Mercury in double-capped linear fluorescent lamps for general lighting
purposes not exceeding (per lamp):

2(a)(1)

Tri-band phosphor with normal life time and a tube diameter < 9mm (e.g.
T2): 4mg

2(a)(2)

Tri-band phosphor with normal life time and a tube diameter ≥ 9 mm and
≤ 17 mm (e.g. T5): 3 mg

2(a)(3)

Tri- band phosphor with normal life time and a tube diameter >17 mm and
≤ 28 mm(e.g. T8): 3.5 mg

2(a)(4)

Tri-band phosphor with normal life time and a tube diameter >28 mm (e.g. T
12):3.5 mg

2(a)(5)

Tri-band phosphor with long life time (≥25000 h):5mg

2(b)

Mercury in other fluorescent lamps not exceeding(per lamp):

2(b)(1)

Linear halophosphate lamps with tube >28 mm (e.g. T 10 and T12):10 mg

2(b)(2)

Non-linear halophosphate lamps(all diameters):15mg

2(b)(3)

Non-linear tri-band phosphor lamps with tube diameter >17 mm(e.g.T9):
15 mg

2(b)(4)

Lamps for other general lighting and special purposes (e.g. induction
lamps):15mg

3

Mercury in cold cathode fluorescent lamps and external electrode fluorescent
lamps (CCFL and EEFL)for special purposes not exceeding (per lamp):

3(a)

Short length( < 500 mm):3.5mg

3(b)

Medium length(>500 mm and<1500 mm): 5mg

3(c)

Long length(>1500 mm): 13mg

4(a)

Mercury in other low pressure discharge lamps (per lamp): 15mg

4(b)

Mercury in High Pressure Sodium(vapour) lamps for general lighting
purposes not exceeding (per burner)in lamps with improved colour rendering
index Ra>60:

4(b)-I

P ≤155 W : 30 mg

4(b)-II

155 W < P <405 W : 40 mg

4(b)-III

P >405 W: 40 mg

4(c)

Mercury in other High Pressure Sodium(vapour)lamps for general lighting
purposes not exceeding (per burner):

4(c)-I

P<155 W:25mg

4(c)-II

155 W < P <405 W : 40 mg

4(b)-III

P >405 W: 40 mg

4(c)

Mercury in other High Pressure Sodium(vapour)lamps for general lighting
purposes not exceeding (per burner):

4(c)-I

P<155 W:25mg

4(c)-II

155 W < P < 405 W:30 mg

4(c)-III

P >405 W:40 mg

4(d)

Mercury in High Pressure Mercury (vapour) lamps (HPMV)

4(e)

Mercury in metal halide lamps (MH)

4(f)

Mercury in other discharge lamps for special purposes not specifically
mentioned in this Schedule

5(a)

Lead in glass of cathode ray tubes

5(b)

Lead in glass of fluorescent tubes not exceeding 0.2% by weight

6(a)

Lead as an alloying element in steel for machining purposes and in galvanized
steel containing up to 0.35% lead by weight

6(b)

Lead as an alloying element in aluminium containing up to 0.4% lead by
weight

6(c)

Copper alloy containing up to 4% lead by weight

7(a)

Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead-based alloys
containing 85% by weight or more lead)

7(b)

Lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network
infrastructure equipment for switching, signalling, transmission, and
network management for telecommunications

7(c)-I

Electrical and electronic components containing lead in a glass or ceramic
other than dielectric ceramic in capacitors, e.g. piezoelectronic devices, or in a
glass or ceramic matrix compound.

7(c)-II

Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of 125 V AC or
250 V DC or higher

7(c)-III

Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of less than 125
V AC or 250 V DC

8(a)

Cadmium and its compounds in one shot pellet type thermal cut-offs

8(b)

Cadmium and its compounds in electrical contracts

9

Hexavalent chromium as an anticorrosion agent of the carbon steel cooling
system in absorption refrigerators up to 0.75% by weight in the cooling
solution

9(b)

Lead in bearing shells and bushes for refrigerant-containing compressors
for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR)
application.

11(a)

Lead used in C-press compliant pin connector systems

11(b)

Lead used in other than C-press compliant pin connector systems

12

Lead as a coating material for the thermal conduction module C- ring

13(a)

Lead in white glasses used for optical applications

13(b)

Cadmium and lead in filter glasses and glasses used for reflectance
standards.

14

Lead in solders consisting of more than two elements for the connection
between the pins and the package of microprocessors with a lead content
of more than 80% and less than 85% by weight

15

Lead in solders to complete a viable electrical connection between
semiconductor die and carrier within integrated circuit flip chip packages.

16

Lead in linear incandescent lamps with silicate coated tubes

17

Lead halide as radiant agent in high intensity discharge (HID) lamps used for
professional reprography applications.

18(a)

Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (1% lead by weight or less) of
discharge lamps when used as specialty lamps for diazoprinting
reprography, lithography, insect traps, photochemical and curing processes
containing phosphors such as SMS ((Sr, Ba)2Mg Si2O7:Pb)

18(b)

Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (1% lead by weight or less) of
discharge lamps when used as sun tanning lamps containing phosphors such
as BSP (Ba Si2O5:Pb)

19

Lead with PbBiSn-Hg and PblnSn-Hg in specific compositions as main
amalgam and with PbSn-Hg as auxiliary amalgam in very compact
energy saving lamps (ESL)

20

Lead oxide in glass used for bonding front and rear substrates of flat
fluorescent lamps used for Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)

21

Lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application of enamels on
glasses, such as borosilicate and soda lime glasses

23

Lead in finishes of fine pitch components other than connectors with a pitch of
0.65 mm and less

24

Lead in solders for the soldering to machined through hole discoidal and
planar array ceramic multilayer capacitors

25

Lead oxide in surface conduction electron emitter displays (SED) used in
structural elements, notably in the seal frit and frit ring.

26

Lead oxide in the glass envelope of black light blue lamps

27

Lead alloys as solder for transducers used in high-powered (designated to
operate for several hours at acoustic power levels of 125 dB SPL and
above) loudspeakers

29

Lead bound in crystal glass

30

Cadmium alloys as electrical/mechanical solder joints to electrical conductors
located directly on the voice coil in transducers used in high-powered
loudspeakers with sound pressure levels of 100 dB(A) and more

31

Lead in soldering materials in mercury free flat fluorescent lamps
(which e.g. are used for liquid crystal displays, design or industrial
lighting)

32

Lead oxide in seal frit used for making window assemblies for Argon and
Krypton laser tubes

33

Lead in solders for the soldering of thin copper wires of 100 μm diameter
and less in power transformers

34

Lead in cermet-based trimmer potentiometer elements

36

Mercury used as a cathode sputtering inhibitor in DC plasma displays with a
content up to 30 mg per display

37

Lead in the plating layer of high voltage diodes on the basis of a zinc
borate glass body

38

Cadmium and cadmium oxide in thick film pastes used on aluminium bonded
beryllium oxide

39

Cadmium in colour converting II-VI LEDs (<10 μg Cd per mm2of lightemitting
area) for use in solid state illumination or display systems.

Targets for Extended Producer Responsibility - Authorization

No.

Year

E-Waste Collection Target
(Number/Weight)

1.

During first two year of implementation of rules

30% of the quantity of waste generation as
indicated in Extended Producer Responsibility Plan.

2.

During third and fourth years of implementation of rules

40% of the quantity of waste generation as indicated in Extended Producer
Responsibility Plan.

3.

During Fifth and Sixth years of implementation of rules

50% of the quantity of waste generation as indicated in Extended Producer
Responsibility Plan.

4.

Seventh year onward of
implementation of rules

70% of the quantity of waste generation as indicated in Extended Producer
Responsibility Plan.

 

Documents Required for E-Waste Management Authorization

For Proprietory / Partnership Concern

  • Proprietor Adhaar Card

  • Proprietor PAN Card

  • GST Certificate

  • Rent/Lease/proof of ownership of site

  • Factory License/Trade License

  • Electricity Bill

  • Layout Plan/Naksha

For Pvt Ltd / Public Ltd Company 

  •  All the above

  • Certificate of Incorporation (CIN)

  • MOA

  • Company PAN Card

  • Board Declaration for Authorized Signatory

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