Curtailing Electronic waste and its Recycling Techniques, a Survey
- Dr.S.Selvakani, Francis Xavier Engineering College, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu, India
- R.Pearline Ranjana, Francis Xavier Engineeing College, Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu, India, firstname.lastname@example.org
In rapid growing today’s world, technology increased so far beyond the normal life .Each and every day new electronic product entered into market. The electronic escalation predetermined its intense enlargement leads the world towards modernization and technological superior. But, on other side every inspired technology insists that the present electronic equipment moves to end stage. Thus the lifetime of the electronic equipment getting its expiring dates as earlier. Modernization of life shows the extreme growths of our lifestyle but a major question arise is “What about the ancient and out dated product”. As technology is reinstated, the disposition procedure of expired equipment is the major challenge. E-Waste is the term used to indicate the electronic device which enter expire date and also the useless product. These Electronic devices get junk and gets dumped into the garbage. These electronic wastage makes harm to the environment and also to human health. These may also one of the reasons for the global warming. So that all the techno creators must have an intention to invent a new electron device, but they need to find a correct way to disposing off the same. In all the emerging countries they are taking many steps to recycling the products to make environment nontoxic. This research paper highlights why e-waste is so harmful and the information about the waste management in India. The remedies for the E-Waste problem are also stated. The major intention of this paper is to attenuate the E-Waste volume and to make our world safe and healthy.