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2.3Applicability
3.3Basel Convention
4.0Composition of E-Waste
4.1Components of E-Waste
4.2 Possible hazardous substances present in e-waste
4.3E-waste scenario
4.4Basis for Defining e-waste
4.5Proposed definition of E-Waste
4.7Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)
5.1E-waste Composition and Recycle Potential
5.2Assessment of Hazardousness of e-waste
5.3Recycling, Reuse and Recovery Options
5.4Treatment & Disposal Options
5.5E-waste Recycling/Treatment technologies in India
ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY FOR E-WASTE
6.1Environmentally sound E-waste treatment technologies
6.3Technology Currently Used in India
6.4Best Available Technology
6.5Available Operating Facilities
7.1Facility Operation Requirements
Environmentally Sound Treatment (EST) schemes for E-waste
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27.06.08 Guidelines for E-Waste

27.06.08 Guidelines for E-Waste

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