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Vol. 9, Special Issue 11 (2020)

E waste management: A brief review

Author(s):
Ankit Shukla, Anil Patyal, Sanjay Shakya, Smita Singh and Choodamani Chandrakar
Abstract:
Since the discovery of automated computational devices, electronics have taken over the lifestyle of whole world. They are now a very important component of day to day life and with the ever-growing demand and supply the problem of E waste have also became a huge concern over the years. E waste contain varying harmful pollutants ranging from heavy metals to organic and inorganic pollutants, which when released in the environment cause great damage. Management of these E waste have been a priority in the recent years with many policies aiming to decrease the hazardous contamination and effective reusability of end of life electronics. There are many management options available which are used to deal with this problem. All the management options have their own importance and drawbacks and, in this review, we are going to take a look on these management options along with their salient features.
Pages: 101-106  |  110 Views  3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ankit Shukla, Anil Patyal, Sanjay Shakya, Smita Singh and Choodamani Chandrakar. E waste management: A brief review. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(11S): 101-106. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2020.v9.i11Sb.5374
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