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  • Nandan Mall: Hulladek Create A Better Future By Recycling It

    In order to collect electronic waste from doorsteps and recycle it for a greener tomorrow, Nandan Mall, a young man from Kolkata, has launched a novel initiative called Hulladek. The slogan "Hungry for Waste" for Hulladek gives some indication of the language it is based on. Hulladek, a project named after the Hungarian word for "waste," is attempting to raise awareness of the fact that electronics may be put to many different uses when their useful life is ended in twenty different Indian states.

  • Orchids The International School launches E-Waste Collection Drive

    Orchids the International School (OIS), one of India's top K–12 school chains, has begun a mission to collect e-waste throughout the institution. The school network has teamed up with Z Enviro Industries Pvt Ltd to educate students about the e-waste management process and how they can help identify e-waste goods and contribute to the recycling of e-waste by comprehending the segregation process and disposal.

  • Smartphone E-Waste Major Concern As OEMs Lack Balance

    In terms of the three main phases of the smartphone circular economy—production, use, and end of life—Apple leads the market for smartphones in terms of overall sustainability, followed by Samsung. When it comes to used inventory or mobile e-waste, though, there is a lot that has to be done.

  • Karnataka Considering New Law To Address Growing E-Waste Problem

    Anand Singh, the Minister of Tourism, Environment, and Ecology, gave the Legislative Council his word that the State Government will seriously explore enacting a new law to address the growing problem of e-waste in Karnataka.

  • Lions Club International Tackles The Challenge Of E-Waste Disposal

    Today, Lions Clubs International stated that it had set up close to 10,000 Clubs around the nation, with close to 300,000 volunteers and members, to address the difficulties posed by e-waste in the nation. Used phones, batteries, laptops, and other electronic equipment laying around our homes are considered e-waste and can be dangerous if improperly disposed of as they contain toxic materials.

  • Survey Finds 83 Percent of Indians Want "End of Life" Policy to Be Mandatory

    According to a Local Circles survey, 83% of household consumers would prefer that an upfront "End of Life Service Date" declaration become law for all expensive serviceable items including cars, appliances, and gadgets.

  • Yamunanagar Zone II Door-to-Door Waste Collection Begins

    The Municipal Corporation of Yamunanagar-Jagadhri (MCYJ) has begun the operation of door-to-door waste collection in zone II after beginning it in zone I. The project intends to improve the hygienic conditions of Yamunanagar and Jagadhri, two twin cities.

  • Truly Desi A2 Dairy Start-Up Reduces Plastic

    The consumption of milk and milk-related goods of all brands results in an estimated 30,000 tonnes of plastic trash being produced daily in Pune. A2 dairy start-up is working to lessen this landfill and plastic waste. In order to enable its customers to bring back their used but cleaned milk pouches for recycling, Truly Desi has partnered with the social organization ProEarth.

  • Hulladek Recycling E-Waste Colouring Book One-Of-A-Kind

    Children from Little Flower School, Kerala Samajan Model School, and ADL Sunshine School in Jamshedpur received a one-of-a-kind E-waste Coloring Book from Hulladek Recycling Pvt Ltd, Eastern India's fastest-growing e-waste management company.

  • E-Waste Management Pressure On Hi-tech Hyderabad

    After Bengaluru Hyderabad is the second largest IT Hub in south India in terms of electronic waste or e-waste. Yet it doesn't have any proper plan of disposal due to which the majority of the e-waste is either dumped in landfills or get recycled by the unregulated informal sector considering its economic value.