Circular Economy

Introduction: In the face of mounting electronic waste (e-waste) challenges, adhering to guidelines for e-waste recycling is imperative for environmental sustainability. These guidelines outline best practices for recyclers and refurbishers to ensure the responsible handling and management of electronic waste. Recycler Guidelines: Recyclers are pivotal in the e-waste management chain, tasked with the recycling and…

Introduction: In the realm of e-waste management, clarity is paramount. The recent amendments to the E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2022, take a significant step forward by refining the definition of ‘dismantler.’ This clarification highlights the crucial role of dismantlers in properly managing electronic waste, emphasizing the importance of adhering to established guidelines to mitigate environmental risks…

In a significant move towards sustainable resource management, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has recently issued a notification allowing the utilization of spent sulfuric acid from various sources in the manufacturing process of Single Super Phosphate (SSP). This decision comes with a provision for its implementation until the completion of a comprehensive long-term study…

Introduction: In a stride toward fostering environmental stewardship and regulatory coherence, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has unveiled a comprehensive Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) facilitating the utilization of ethanol residue, specifically containing 30% or more ethanol. This guideline streamlines industry procedures, ensuring compliance with Hazardous Waste Management Rules 9, and simplifies the process for…