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  • Shimla to Launch E-Waste Collection Drive

    The Shimla Municipal Corporation is gearing up to tackle the growing problem of electronic waste (e-waste) by launching a dedicated collection drive. This initiative aims to address the environmental and aesthetic concerns associated with improper e-waste disposal.

  • Pune Unites for 'Pehel-2024': A Citywide Effort Tackles Waste

    Pune witnessed a remarkable display of community spirit on the occasion of Sant Gadge Maharaj's birth anniversary. A city-wide campaign named

  • Hulladek Sets Sights on Pan-India Expansion, Targets 20,000 Tonnes in 3 Years

    Hulladek, a Kolkata-based recycling company, is gearing up for an ambitious national expansion. They aim to collect a staggering 20,000 tonnes of e-waste within the next three years, making a significant dent in India's growing electronic waste problem.

  • Pune Goes Green: Mega E-waste & Plastic Waste Collection Drive on February 25

    Calling all Pune residents! This Sunday, February 25th, is your chance to make a positive impact on your city's environment by participating in the "PEHEL-2024" e-waste and plastic waste collection drive. Organized by the Pune Municipal Corporation and various NGOs, this city-wide initiative aims to tackle the growing issue of waste management and promote responsible disposal practices.

  • E-Waste in Focus: Webinar Held at IUST Promotes Sustainable Practices

    The Department of Management Studies at the Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST) in Awantipora, India, recently hosted a webinar on "e-waste management," in collaboration with Karo Sambhav, an organization promoting sustainable and responsible practices. This event brought together experts, faculty, students, and participants from diverse backgrounds to address the crucial issue of managing electronic waste effectively.

  • The HPSPCB organizes the E-waste Collection Drive in Shimla

    To combat the growing threat of electronic waste, the Himachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board (HPSPCB) launched a three-day e-waste collection drive in Shimla, partnering with Karo Sambhav, a circular economy organization. This initiative aimed to raise awareness about proper e-waste disposal and provide convenient channels for residents to responsibly discard unwanted electronics.

  • Kolkata’s BMC installs bins for e-waste collection

    The Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation (BMC) is considering establishing bins or drop box-style facilities in Salt Lake and Rajarhat-Gopalpur for the separate collection of e-waste, which includes abandoned hard discs, computers, mobile phones, television sets, lamps, and other electrical equipment.

  • Combating E-waste: choosing Used Laptops, Saving Money and Saving the Planet

    During the pandemic, the general public realised the value of computers and handheld gadgets. The sector saw an increase in sales as people became more reliant on their devices for work, school, and leisure at home.

  • Gujarat government gives new e-waste management policy

    Gujarat, a significant contributor to e-waste in India, has introduced a draft policy to effectively manage electronic waste (e-waste).

  • Bajaj announces India's First Youth Eco Summit to tackles e-waste

    New Delhi will witness the inauguration of India's first youth-centric sustainability summit, the Youth Eco Summit, on January 18, 2024, at the Siri Fort Auditorium, announced by the Bajaj Foundation.