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RECP Overview: e-waste initiatives and library

By Michael Fegerl January 29, 2018

collection of relevant information about e-waste.

Ewaste management in Ethiopia: Financing Models; Author: Cyrcle Consulting Ltd., UNIDO, Date: 2015-05-29; FINANCING MODELS FOR SOUND E-WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ETHIOPIA (100 pages); Report commissioned by UNIDOin the project “E-Waste Management in Ethiopiafunded by the GEF

Ewaste Management in Ethiopia: National and International Downstream Markets ; Author: Otmar Deubzer (UNU), Bezawit Eshetu Gizaw (UNIDO), Elisabeth Herbeck (UNIDO), Daniel Fikreyesus (Echnoserve), Smail Alhilali (UNIDO), Date: 2015-03-06; E-Waste Management Project in Ethiopia (EWaMP Ethiopia) funded by GEF. National and International Downstream Markets for DMF E-waste Dismantling Fractions–Metals, Printed Wiring Boards and PlasticsNational and International Downstream Markets for DMF E-waste Dismantling Fractions–Metals, Printed Wiring Boards and Plastics (85 pages)

An efficient & effective e-waste collection system for Ethiopia ; Author: Tobias Schleicher, Öko-Institut e.V. Andreas Manhart, Öko-Institut e.V. Tadesse Amera, PAN-Ethiopia Atalo Belay, PAN-Ethiopia Zamanu Genet, PAN-Ethiopia, Date: 2015-02-28; An efficient & effective e-waste collection system forEthiopia - Consultancy Service for UNIDO within the E-Waste Management Projectin Ethiopia (EWAMP), Final report (70 pages)

Pocket Information Guide for South African E-Waste Collectors ; Author: GIZ, Date: 2013-12-31

Environmental Management System Development Guidelines for SME’s in the E-Waste Sector ; Author: GIZ, Date: 2013-12-31

Best Practice Guidebook for SMALL South African E-Waste Businesses ; Author: GIZ, Date: 2013-12-31

Dismantling of electronic waste ; Publication Date: 2018-01-09, Author: Michael

Sustainable Recycling Industries SRI ; Publication Date: 2017-01-30; Author: WRF

Desechos Electronicos-Plan de Trabajo para América Latina : Taller WRF- SRI y RECPNet ; Publication Date: 2016-09-20; Author: SRI

Development of sustainable recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment SRI ; Publication Date: 2016-08-11; Author: SRI

Toolkit on E-waste Inspection and Enforcement - e-Waste Academy ; Publication Date: 2016-07-28

Waste legislation in Europe Publication Date: 2018-01-29 Author: EU

 

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Guiding Principles to Develop E-waste Management Systems and ...;  Herbeck, Elisabeth (UNIDO) • Oelz ... policy approach that extends the ... Guiding Principles to Develop E-waste Management Systems and Legislation ...

UNIDOs involvement in E-waste management ; UNIDO E-waste management UNIDO helps build and consolidate local capacities to promote sustainable e-waste recycling industries, through the whole life cycle of ....

Sustainable business model involving SMEs ; Sustainable business model involving SMEs UNIDO's approach to e‐waste management GMS training workshop on e‐waste Hanoi, 10‐13 July 2012

Promoting sustainable ewaste management systems in ... - ITU ; Helping countries develop their e-waste management systems and strategies based on the whole recycling chains and life-cycle. ... Key elements of UNIDOs approach.Author: Klaus Tyrrko, 2016

Promoting sustainable e-waste management systems in developping countries ; Key elements of UNIDO's approach; presentation from Edward Clarence-Smith

Electronic Waste and the Socio Environmental Concern ; Dr. Azza Morssy UNIDO-Vienna at E-waste Management Forum 2009. UNIDO approach in the area of E-waste

 

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Electronic waste management approaches: An overview; Sciencedirect PeeranartKiddeeabRaviNaiduabMing H.Wongc ; This paper presents an overview of toxic substances present in e-waste, their potential environmental and human health impacts together with management strategies currently being used in certain countries. Several tools including Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Material Flow Analysis (MFA), Multi Criteria Analysis (MCA) and Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) have been developed to manage e-wastes especially in developed countries......

Electronic waste in the United States; wikipedia article

The global impact of e-waste: addressing the challenge / Karin Lundgren; International Labour Office, Programme on Safety and Health at Work and the Environment (SafeWork), Sectoral Activities Department (SECTOR). – Geneva: ILO, 2012 (72 pages)

An integrated approach to establish e-waste management systems for developing countries; sciencedirect Author MahdiIkhlayel ; this paper aims to introduce a systematic approach to e-waste management; a process termed integrated e-waste management (IEWM) is a theoretically viable technique in which municipal solid waste and e-waste management systems are managed. download here

CLOSEWEEE project with EU fundings: CloseWEEE will develop integrated solutions for pre-processing of electronic equipment, closing the loop of post-consumer high-grade plastics, whilst recovering critical raw materials including antimony and graphite.
CloseWEEE focuses on secondary raw materials and aims at improving the separation and recovery of the following target materials:
Advanced recovery of valuable plastic streams (PC-ABS and ABS) which do not have an scheduled recycling system yet
Resource-efficient and innovative recovery of additives, critical minerals and metals from WEEE streams
Improve the flow of information to recyclers through a Recycler Information Center in order to make recycling procedures quicker and safer

 

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Switzerland: IMMARK - a pioneer and market leader in the disposal and recycling of electronic scrap. Based on the principles of a recycling economy, working out effective technical solutions in the separating technique sector and are generating valuable raw materials. achieved recycling rate of 95 per cent, we are by far above the legal requirements of the WEEE Directive (European Union Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment).

Austria: Saubermacher - Austrian pioneer and market leader; very innovative in recycling technologies as well as in digital business solutions to create transparency in waste streams over the hole logistic process.

GERMANY: Facts and Figures from Ministry of Environment, and Umweltbundesamt, or from BMZ - Waste management and a circular economy; Electronic waste – recycling valuable resources

Fraunhofer IZM (www.izm.fraunhofer.de)

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Michael Fegerl (2018-02-05 16:19:37)

E-waste Exchange is a virtual e-waste aggregation platform helps electronic and electrical products manufacturers to meet targets allocated by E-Waste Management Rules, 2016; support Bulk Consumers and individuals to dispose of their e-waste safely and responsibly. E-Waste Exchange channelize e-waste to the recyclers, authorized by the Government of India.

Michael Fegerl (2018-01-29 09:45:43)

Bandyopadhyay, Amitava. (2008). A regulatory approach for e-waste management: A cross-national review of current practice and policy with an assessment and policy recommendation for the Indian perspective.

International Journal of Environment and Waste Management. 2. . 10.1504/IJEWM.2008.016998.  (download)

This paper attempts to make an assessment and policy recommendation for the Indian perspective through a cross-national review of current practice and policy. It also addresses in a transition economy with some reference to policies and practices in other transition economies. It has been shown that existing Hazardous Waste Rules could overturn the necessity of a separate national legislation dealing with e-waste alone after it is being configured to accommodate e-waste for its management in India. The regulatory approach proposed could serve as a model or at least a starting point for other transition countries that may not be so far along as India with respect to management of e-waste. Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Bandyopadhyay, A. (2008) 'A regulatory approach for e-waste management: a cross-national review of current practice and policy with an assessment and policy recommendation for the Indian perspective', Int. J. Environment and Waste Management, Vol. 2, Nos. 1/2, pp.139–186. Biographical notes: Amitava Bandyopadhyay is an Environmental Engineer of the West Bengal Pollution Control Board that implements various Environmental Rules and Regulations. He did his BTech from the Calcutta University, MTech and PhD in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. Initially, he worked in a trans-national organisation in carrying out EIA and Hazop Studies, Risk Analysis, conceptual designing of ETP and Air Pollution Control systems. Besides his active background in teching, his major research areas include waste minimisation, advanced separation methods and emission control. Incidentally, he has gained experiences in almost all fields of Environmental Science and Engineering.


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