Electronic Waste Management Certificate

Electronic Waste Management Certificate

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1.    Manufacturer
2.    Refurbisher
3.    Dismantler
4.    Recycler
 

  • The manufacturer is responsible for collecting and channelling e-waste generated during the manufacturing of any electrical and electronic equipment for recycling or disposal.
  • To get an authorization from concerned State Pollution Control Board (SPCB)/ Pollution Control Committee (PCC).
  • to ensure that no environmental damage occurs during the storage and transportation of e-waste
  • To keep track of the e-waste generated and submit an annual report on time.
     

  • To collect e-waste generated during the refurbishment process and channel it through its collection centre to an authorised dismantler or recycler. 
  • To get an authorization from concerned State Pollution Control Board (SPCB)/ Pollution Control Committee (PCC).
  • Ensure that the refurbishing process has no negative impact on human health or the environment;
  • To ensure that the e-waste generated is transferred safely to authorised collection centres, dismantlers or recyclers.
  • To keep track of the e-waste generated and submit an annual report on time.
     

  • To ensure that the facility and its dismantling activities adhere to the criteria and recommendations set out by the Central Pollution Control Board from time to time
  • To get authorization from the State Pollution Control Board in accordance with the procedure outlined in rule 13 sub-rule (3)
  • Ensuring that no environmental damage occurs during the storage and transportation of e-waste
  • To ensure that the dismantling process has no negative impact on human health or the environment.
  • To keep track of the e-waste generated and submit an annual report on time.
     

  • The recycler must ensure that the facility and recycling operations are in compliance with the Central Pollution Control Board's rules or guidelines as they are updated from time to time.
  • To ensure that the environment is not harmed during the storage and transportation of e-waste
  • To Ensure that the recycling process has no negative impact on human health or the environment.
  • To ensure that any fractions or materials that cannot be recycled at its plant are forwarded to the appropriate authorised recyclers.
  • To ensure that the residue generated during the recycling process is disposed of in an approved treatment, storage, and disposal facility.
  • It may accept for recycling waste electrical and electronic equipment or components that are not listed in Schedule I, provided that they do not contain any radioactive material and that this information is submitted when obtaining authorization from the appropriate State Pollution Control Board.
  • To keep track of the e-waste generated and submit an annual report on time.
     

Documents required for E-waste Authorization are as following:


1.    Pan card and Aadhar card of Authorized Person
2.    Pan card of Unit
3.    Consent to Operate certificate
4.    GST
5.    MSME
6.    Agreement with recycler (in case of refurbisher/dismantler)
7.    Layout
8.    EPR plan
 

Important Definitions

1.    Bulk Consumer- ‘Bulk Consumer’ refers to Bulk users of electrical and electronic equipment, such as Central Government or State Government Departments, public sector undertakings, banks, educational institutions, multinational organizations, international agencies, partnerships, and public or private companies registered under the Factories Act, 1948 or The Companies Act, 2013.
2.    Collection Centre-'Collection center' means a center or a collection point, or both, established by a producer individually or as a group to collect e-waste for the purpose of channeling the e-waste to a recycler and to play the role specified in the Extended Producer Responsibility authorization granted to the producer, as well as having facilities in accordance with the Central Pollution Control Board's guidelines, including the collation of e-waste.
3.    E-waste- 'E-waste' refers to electrical and electronic equipment that has been dumped as garbage by a single person or a group of people, as well as rejects from production, refurbishing, and repair procedures.
4.    Manufacturer- A person, an entity, or a company as defined in the Companies Act, 2013, a factory as defined in the Factories Act, 1948, or a Small and Medium Enterprise as defined in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act, 2006 (27 of 2006) that has facilities for the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment is referred to as a manufacturer.
5.    Recycler- Any individual who engages in the recycling and reprocessing of waste electrical and electronic equipment, assemblies, or components and has facilities as defined in the Central Pollution Control Board's recommendations is referred to as a "recycler."
6.    Refurbisher- For the purposes of these rules, "refurbisher" refers to any company or undertaking registered under the Factories Act of 1948 or the Companies Act of 1956, or both, or a district industries center that refurbishes used electrical and electronic equipment.
 

Introduction

As per the instruction of Government of India, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change has drafted the rules for the management of E-waste and published theses rules on 10th day of June 2015. Every dealer, e-retailer, refurbisher, dismantler, manufacturer, producer, consumer, bulk consumer, collection centres and recycler involved in the manufacture, sale, transfer, purchase, collection, storage, and processing of e-waste or electrical and electronic equipment listed in Schedule I, as well as their components, consumables, parts, and spares that keep the product operational, must comply with the E-waste Management Rules 2016.


E-Waste Management Rules 2016, does not apply to the following:-


1.    used lead acid batteries as defined under the Act's Batteries (Management and Handling) Rules, 2001;
2.    Micro enterprises as stated in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Development Act, 2006 and
3.    Radio-active wastes as come under the purview of under the Atomic Energy Act, 1962
 

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