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TABLE OF CONTENTSABSTRACTABSTRAK ACKNOWLEDGEMENTAPPROVALDECLARATIONLIST OF TABLESLIST OF FIGURESLIST OF SYMBOLSLIST OF APPENDICESPageivviixxxixiixiiixivxvCHAPTER 12INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background1.2 Problem Statement1.3 Objective1.4 Research Scope
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 Electrical and Electronic Waste or e-waste2.1.1 Definition of Electric and Electronic Products2.1.2 Definition of E-waste2.1.3 Facts and Figures about E-waste2.2 Why are Used Electronics a Concern?
2.2.1
Represent a rapidly growing waste stream2.2.2 Industry is shifting to new technological advances2.2.3 Contain hazardous or toxic substances2.2.4 Waste valuable resources2.3E-waste related impacts, components and substances2.3.1 Research on E-waste related impacts2.3.2Toxic and hazardous components and substances in11233555568891011121216i
 
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EEELegislation/Regulations and Guidelines related to E-waste2.4.1 Malaysian Regulations and Guidelines Departmentof Environment2.4.2 E-Waste Legislation Varies Among Asian Nations2.4.2.1 Malaysia No proper recycling2.4.2.2 Thai RoHS voluntary marking2.4.2.3 China – introducing RoHS and WEEE butslow progress2.5E-waste inventory project manual2.5.1 Guidance Notes2.5.2 Guidance Procedure2.6Penang Overview
METHODOLOGY
3.1 Overview3.2 Study Subject3.2.1 Target Respondents3.2.2 Target Electrical and Electronic Equipment3.2.2.1 Household3.2.2.1 Offices3.3 Geographic Distribution3.4 Questionnaires3.5 Data Collection Activities3.5.1 Personal Interviews3.5.2 Emailing and By Hand Questionnaire3.5.3Online Survey3.6Data Compilation and Analysis3.7Report Output
RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS
4.1Returned Questionnaires4.1.1 Household Questionnaires17172020212121222225272727272828282829303030313232333333ii
 
5REFERENCESAPPENDICES
4.1.2 Business Entities and Institution Questionnaire4.2 Electrical and Electronic Equipment in Households andBusinesses4.2.1Household4.2.1.1Socioeconomic and Ethnic for Household4.2.1.2EEE Amount for household4.2.2Business Entities and Institutions4.2.2.1Business scale4.2.2.2EEE Amount for Business Entities andInstitutions4.3 E-waste management practices in Penang Island4.3.1Household4.3.2Business Entities and Institutions4.4 Knowledge and awareness of Penang Island community on e-waste
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 Conclusions5.2 Recommendations3537373739404041434346474949505254iii

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