ENVIRONMENTEL APPRAISAL

LICENSE REQUIREMENT In manufacturing of electronic items like mobile chargers no licensing is required in india.As in the case of our inductive mobile charger no licensing is required. Entertainment electronics (VCR's, color TV's, CD players, tape recorders) are the only items in which licensing is required in india. POLLUTION NORM The rapid growth of the information technology sector in India has contributed to the problem of accumulating e-waste or electronic waste. The e-waste burden on the country has touch 800,000 metric tonnes by December 2011. Our inductive charger come into the category of electronics items, so according to Indian government rule regarding e-waste (management and handling) rules – 2011 we have to keep this norms into our mind 1. Printed circuit boards and electronic parts are usually immersed in chemical solutions or burnt to extract small amounts of metals so will use parts which can be easily be recycled 2. The rules also try to address other issues such as restricting the usage of hazardous substances such as lead, cadmium, mercury, PCB, PVR and BFR in electronics items so we will not to use this components in our inductive charger PROPER DISPOSAL OF EFFLUNTS AND ITS TREATMENT According to government data, close to 95 percent of all the electronic waste is currently recycled by the unauthorised sector — scrap dealers. They usually resort to recycling methods that cause great damage to environment and human health, according to various studies conducted by environmental agencies including the Central Pollution Control Board. Printed circuit boards and electronic parts are usually immersed in chemical solutions or burnt to extract small amounts of metals. This cause to relise unwanted gases into enviourment, so for that we will keep this 1. We will collect electronic scrap directly from consumers and route them to authorised recycling centres across the country. 2. We will also print the instruction regarding benefit of safe disposal of electronics waste and also print authorised deler contact detail on packing box so that consumer also can understand the benefit of proper disposal of electronics waste. 3. Environmentalists believe that manufacturers must setting up a few symbolic collection centres across the country which might be able to deal with the quantity of waste produced.

4. For instance, information on electronic scrap collection centres for consumers has not been made available in many major cities. For instance, the second largest electronic waste-producing state in the country — Tamil Nadu (responsible for 13 percent of the total waste produced in India) — has only one recycler for the entire state. Other states face similar problems so we will try to contact state wise authorised recycle dealers across the country and in the case of less recycle dealers are there in state we will contact to other near by state dealer for disposal of the waste.

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