User: chintan Topic: Waste
Category: E-Waste
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Breeding toxins from dead PCs 6.5.2008 Guardian: Environment
Children in west Africa are dying to clear up the developed world's discarded computers
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Lack of disposal policies add to electronic waste burden 4.5.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Charging your scrap dealer to take away old CDs and bargaining for a good deal on a computer could well be a thing of the past, if a government e-waste management policy comes into effect.
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Ahead of the Bell: Recycling electronic waste 30.4.2008 Boston Globe: Technology
Trash talk comes to Capitol Hill Wednesday at a hearing on the disposal and recycling of computers, televisions, cell phones and other scrapped consumer electronic products.
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Editorial: Free recycling is nice, but cheap is OK, too 29.4.2008 Post-Bulletin: Local Opinion
traffic jams around Apache Mall on Friday and Saturday are any indication, an awful lot of people have been waiting for a chance to recycle their old computer monitors, CPUs, VCRs, printers and other electronic devices -- without paying a nickel.
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Pollution @ Technopark 24.4.2008 New Indian Express
Pollution @ Technopark
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MoEF's guidelines for tackling e-waste 22.4.2008 TOI: Cities
Of the 10 states generating India's 70 per cent e-waste, Maharashtra ranks first followed by Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, UP, WB, Delhi, Karnataka, Gujarat, MP and Punjab.
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The ‘green’ way to dump electronic junk 21.4.2008 MSNBC
Buying a new cell phone, TV or computer is the easy part. What to do with your old, unwanted electronic products is the question that confounds millions of Americans. ...
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CYG panel highlights e-waste hazards 21.4.2008 TOI: Cities
The Commonwealth Youth Games' organisers and the PMC have taken a 'green initiative' which aims at improving e-waste management in IT companies.
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Partnership can be an ideal vehicle for integrated waste management 20.4.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
India's environmental technology market has grown 79% between 2000-2005 and is projected to grow by 92% during 2005-2010.
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We need to put processes in place 20.4.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Simply put, e-waste is the IT and electronics equipment, which has reached the end of their useful life and cannot be rejuvenated.
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Legislation is the right solution 20.4.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Electronics gadgets are meant to make our lives happier and simpler, but when they contain toxic substances, their disposal and recycling becomes a health nightmare.
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E-waste: a fortune of future? 20.4.2008 Hindustan Times: Business
The discarded electronic products are becoming a matter of concern in most third world countries, e-waste could be easily converted into a fortune using some microbes.
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E-waste: a fortune of future? 20.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
As heaps of obsolete and discarded electronic components are fast becoming a matter of concern in most third world countries, e-waste could be easily converted into a fortune using some microbes.
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Recycling, treatment and disposal facilities for hazardous wastes 20.4.2008 Hindu:Property Plus: Coimbatore
E-wastes contain over 1,000 different substances
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How can e-waste disposal be environment friendly 19.4.2008 CNN-IBN: India
E-WASTE: All electronic waste is hazardous in nature. MOEF and CPC Board has finally come up with guidelines.
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Maine environmentalists tout e-waste law 18.4.2008 Boston Globe: Maine
A report says Maine's 2-year-old law to promote recycling of used computers, televisions and other electronic waste has kept a million pounds of lead out of the environment.
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Chennai to have e-waste facility soon 17.4.2008 TOI: Cities
Minister for municipal administration M K Stalin on Wednesday announced the setting up of a separate e-waste facility in the city.
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E-waste to increase to 8 lakh tonnes by 2012  17.4.2008 Central Chronicle
E-waste to increase to 8 lakh tonnes by 2012 
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Mumbai generates 11,000 metric tonnes e-waste 16.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Maharashtra government is concerned about 11,000 metric tonnes of e-waste generated in Mumbai every year as there is no proper way to dispose off or recycle it.
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Mumbai generates 11k metric tonnes e-waste 16.4.2008 Financial Express
Mumbai generates 11k metric tonnes e-waste
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