DWIH New Delhi Workshop on e-Waste Management: Videos

The world around us is gradually becoming virtual. In both our private and professional space, we rely increasingly on technology and consequently, on electrical and electronic equipment (EEE). These electronic devices, however, have finite lifespans and need to be discarded at the end of their “useful life”. The result is mounting volumes of electronic waste or e – waste.

DWIH New Delhi’s Workshop on e-Waste Management: Issues and Challenges served as a platform to industry, academia, research institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), and policymakers to discuss the research, technologies, and policies required to manage e-waste and its larger climate and societal impact. Experts from India and Germany shared their ideas, presentations, studies and research findings on the subject.

Below are some excerpts from their talks.

Priti Mahesh, Toxicslink, on e-Waste and Climate Change

Priti Mahesh, Toxicslink, on e-Waste and Climate Change

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Dr Suneel Pandey, TERI on Cities and Waste Management

Dr Suneel Pandey, TERI on Cities and Waste Management

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Priti Mahesh, Toxicslink, on e-Waste and Circular Economy

Priti Mahesh, Toxicslink, on e-Waste and Circular Economy

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Morton Hemkhaus, adelphi, on e-Waste and EPR

Morton Hemkhaus, adelphi, on e-Waste and EPR

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