E-Waste Engineers/Consultants meticulously understand the complete process involved in e-waste management, its disposal and recycling methodologies. They are very well trained to supervise implementation of safety guidelines while handling with hazardous substances of e-waste management. Electronic waste handling, disposal and recycling conforms to policy regulations by statuary bodies.
Module 1 : Introduction to E-Waste
This unit is about understanding e-waste management scenario in India along with tremendous opportunities to explore
Overview on e-waste
E-waste Scenario: Global vs. India
Case studies on e-waste generation in India
E-waste: Environmental Concerns and Health Hazard
Exposure pathway of pollutants from e-waste recycling
Information security and Secure Data destruction in e-waste management.
Module 2 : Policies and Rules of E-waste Management in India
This unit gives you an outlook on role of policies as instruments for successful implementation of e-waste management practices. It also deals with details of rules enforced and implemented for e-waste in India.
Overview of global policies.
Analysing of policies and regulations in India for e-waste management.
Effective implementation of e-waste management and handling policies.
Challenges in implementation of e-waste management and handling policies.
Understanding features of e-waste management rules notified by GoI.
Amendments in e-waste management rules.
Educate on need for e-waste management plan.
Manage, operate and supervise handling of e waste.
Assess Rules and Policies in efficient e-waste management.
Understand issues and solutions of e-waste management.
Who Should Attend?
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science/ Electronics, Computers
Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental/Electrical/Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Commerce, Master of Business Administration
E-Waste Management Executive,
Innovative recycling engineer
E-Waste Procurement executive
After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “ E-Waste Management ” certification.
If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'