e waste management companies in india


Compliance Management & Legislation
Ministry Of Environment And Forest Rules

The E-Waste (Management & Handling) Rules of 2011 were officially announced in May 2011, and they were scheduled to take effect from May 1, 2012. These rules were made public well in advance to provide ample time for all relevant stakeholders to prepare themselves and establish the necessary infrastructure for the successful implementation of these regulations.

Government of India Ministry of Environment and Forests (PDF)

Central Pollution Control Board Guidelines

After consulting with various stakeholders, the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) and the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) recognized the need to create a guidance document for the proper execution of the provisions outlined in the E-Waste (Management & Handling) Rules of 2016. This document aims to assist Producers, Consumers, Bulk Consumers, Collection Centers, Dismantlers, Recyclers, and Regulatory agencies (State Pollution Control Boards/Pollution Control Committees) in effectively complying with and implementing these rules. This document also offers guidance on establishing collection mechanisms, carrying out dismantling and recycling operations. The E-Waste Rules primarily place the responsibility for managing electronic waste on the producers of electrical and electronic equipment through the introduction of the concept of "extended producer responsibility" (EPR), and these guidelines discuss the scope of implementing such EPRs.

Implementation of E-Waste Rules 2016 – Guidelines (PDF)

ISO 14001, serving as a foundation for any company involved in recycling or handling e-Waste, is an international standard for the development and operation of an Environmental Management System (EMS). Companies rely on an EMS to help them identify, manage, monitor, and control environmental issues pertinent to their operations, with the objective of measuring and enhancing their environmental impact.

OHSAS 18001 certification ensures that recycling processes comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Services standards, ensuring a safe working environment for both staff and external parties. OHSAS 18001 certification guarantees that companies adhere to legal and regulatory health and safety requirements worldwide.

Furthermore, recyclers must maintain the following valid registrations under the State Pollution Board:
  • Authorization & Registration
  • Authorization & Registration
  • Consent to Operate (Air & Water Approval)
  • Pollution Board-Issued Passbook
From Waste to Value

Our Three-Step Recycling Journey

Materials Come In

We collect end-of-life materials for eco-friendly recycling and sustainable refining.

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We Recycle Them

Experience efficient recycling, from pure metals & plastic to the complex residues.

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We Provide Value

Choose to reclaim your metals/ plastic/ residues, or let us facilitate their sale for you.

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