Extended producer Responsibility deals under E-Waste (Management and handlings) Rules 2011, wherein producers of electrical or electronics equipment, are held accountabe to manage such equipment after its “End of life”
As per environmental policy, stated producer has the responsibility, for reducing environmental impact and managing the product and their waste, are extended to across the whole life cycle of the product
As per Rule 13 (1) (ii), (iii) & (vi) of E - Waste (Management) Rules, 2016, Central pollution control board has been mandated to grant, renew or refuse Extended producers responsibility(EPR) -Authorization to Producers of the Electrical & Electronic Equipment (EEE) .
Central pollution control board has made direction on implementation of E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016, which includes specific direction for Producers and other stakeholders for extended producer responsibility (EPR) Authorization, channelization, collection, storage, transportation, environmentally sound dismantling, recycling and refurbishment.
For Proprietory Concern
1. Proprietor/Authorized Signatory KYC
2. GST Certificate
3. Rent/Lease/proof of ownership of site
4. IEC Code
5. Excel Sheet detail of items imported
For Pvt/Public Ltd Company
1. All the above
2. Certificate of Incorporation (CIN)
4. Company PAN Card
5. Board Declaration for Authorized Signatory
The producer or manufacturer ,dismantler, recycler, refurbisher of the Electrical and Electronic Equipment can make online application at Central pollution Control Board (CPCB) web Portal , state pollution control board web portal respectively along with required attachment or by submitting hard copies of application in Form-I along with required documents, the applicant is required to check all the documents before filing.
Verification of application:-
Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) or State pollution control board may verify and investigate the given information within 25 days of receipt of application.
Seeking and Grant of Authorization:-
Central pollution control board or State pollution control board after verifying given document and satisfied with extended producers responsibility plan shall grant extended producers responsibility authorization in Form no 1(AA) within a period of one hundred and twenty days from receipt of application.
The Extended Producers Responsibility authorization shall be valid for a period of five years.
Responsibilities of producers:-
1. Producers accountable for collection and channelization of e-waste generated from “end of life” or “end of life” products with same electrical and electronic equipment code
2. Producers make a mechanism used for channelization of e-waste from “end of life” products including wasted collected from distributer and authorized service centers.
3. Producer responsible for disposal in treatment, storage and disposal facility, a pre-treatment is necessary for hazardous substances such as mercury, lead
4. Producers must mentioned arrangements for collection of waste electrical and electronic equipment from the electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market earlier, such as through dealer, collection center, Producers’ Responsibility Organization, through buy back arrangements, exchange scheme, deposit refund system in Extended Producers Responsibility plan.
5. Producers provide contact details such as address, email id, toll free telephone number or helpline number to consumer or bulk consumer through their website
6. Producers have to organize awareness progaramme and create awareness through media, advertisement, publication, poster or by any other means of communication and product user documentation accompanying the equipment.
Responsibilities of collection centers:-
Collection centers responsible to collect e-waste on behalf of producer or dismantler or recycler or refurbisher including those arising from orphaned products and ensure that the facility in accordance with the standards or guidelines issued by Central pollution Board.
Responsibilities of dealers:-
In the case the dealer has been given the responsibility of collection on behalf of the producer, the dealer shall collect the e-waste by providing the consumer a box, bin or a demarcated area to deposit e-waste, or through take back system and send the e-waste so collected to collection centre or dismantler or recycler as designated by producer and ensure that no damage is caused to the environment during storage and transportation of e-waste.
Responsibilities of the refurbisher:-
Refurbisher collect e-waste generated during the process of refurbishing and channelize the waste to authorized dismantler or recycler through its collection centre and ensure that the refurbishing process do not have any adverse effect on the health and the environment.
Responsibilities of the dismantler:-
The dismantler ensure that the facility and dismantling processes are in accordance with the standards or guidelines prescribed by Central Pollution Control Board from time to time and ensure that non-recyclable or non-recoverable components are sent to authorized treatment storage and disposal facilities.
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