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In this article, we will be talking about EPR Compliances for E-Waste which have to be followed by those businesses that are responsible for generating e-waste.
Highlights EPR Compliances for E-Waste
- Assistance with online credits
- Facilitate Portal Management
- Conduct Waste channelization
- Offer Strategic Consulting
What is E-Waste?
Rule 3(l) of E-Waste Management Rules, 2022 defines E-Waste:-
“E-Waste means electrical and electronic equipment, including solar photo-voltaic modules or panels or cells, whole or in part discarded as waste, as well as rejected from manufacturing, refurbishment and repair processes.”
When an electrical or electronic product is discarded because of non-working or fault in any part of that product, it usually goes for refurbishment or repair but even if it is rejected from there then it is called e-waste. The latest amendment to the rules also included solar photo-voltaic modules, panels and cells in this definition that were not covered before due to their connection with solar energy. There may be confusion in your mind that electrical and electronic denotes the same thing then why they are written separately here, I would like to clarify that electronic devices are those devices that are involved in the transportation and controlling of electrical energy while on the other hand electrical devices transform electrical energy into some other form of energy that we consume. For example, An electrical Bulb converts electrical energy into light energy that we use in our daily life.