China was the biggest contributor to e-waste with 10.1 million tonnes, second was US with 6.9 million tonnes and India third with 3.2 million tonnes.
Each year, 50 million tons of e-waste are produced globally, according to the United Nations
Formal e-waste recycling is essential for a circular economy and will ensure the country is prepared to manage the forthcoming IoT age
Rising levels of consumption may drive the economic value of recyclable metals up by 2030.
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Organisers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics want to source the metal needed for the medals given out to sportsmen from electronic waste.
India generates 2.7 million tonnes of E-Waste annually. Of this, over 60 percent is generated by 65 cities. A whopping 70 percent of the total Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) come from ten states.
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Dell aims to help prevent the unauthorised dumping of electronic waste in developing countries by requiring that equipment be tested and certified as 'working' prior to export.
The study found that e-waste is growing at a rate of 10 percent annually in India and is likely to touch 434,000 metric tonnes this year.