Environmental Options for Electronic-Wastes Management


  • S. Sudharsan Department of Electronic and Instrumentation Engineering, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Erode, India


E-waste, E-toxic, Government, Basel convention, PCB’S


"E-WASTE" is a famous, name for electronic items approaching the end of their "valuable life. "E-waste are viewed as perilous, as specific parts of some electronic items contain materials that are dangerous, contingent upon their condition and thickness. The risky substance of these materials represents a danger to human wellbeing and climate. Disposed of PCs, TVs, VCRs sound systems, copiers, fax machines, electric lights, mobile phones, sound hardware and batteries if inappropriately arranged can drain lead and different substances into soil and groundwater. A considerable amount of these items can be re-cycled or reused in a naturally solid way with the goal that they are less unsafe to the environment. This paper features the risks of e-waste, the requirement for its fitting into the administration and alternatives that can be executed.




How to Cite

S. Sudharsan, “Environmental Options for Electronic-Wastes Management”, IJRAMT, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 49–53, Apr. 2021.