New Delhi, Delhi
GST No. 07DDVPP7707N1ZH
E-WASTE AND REUSING
According to a report, 50 million tonnes of e-waste are produced worldwide each year, with just 20% of that being recovered. INDIA creates 2 million metric tonnes of e-waste each year, with only a tiny proportion of it being recycled properly. In terms of addressing the negative impact of e-waste on the environment and public health, the INDIAN government-issued E-waste Treatment Rules in 2016, with the primary goal of ensuring ecologically responsible e-waste administration.
Every other manufacturer, producer, buyer, larger quantities consumer, distribution centers, vendors, e-retailer, redeveloped, dismantler, and fabricator engaged in the making, sale, handover, acquisition, gathering, stockpiling, and processing of e-waste or electrical and electronic equipment dropping under the principle, as well as there, own elements, disposables, portions, and extras, is subject to these rules. In the year 2018, an adjustment to this rule was passed.
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The implementation of regulatory obligations to surveys and measuring devices is known as legal metrology. It is a section of the Department of Social Services in India, and it is overseen by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Social Welfare. The Legal Metrology Act of 2009, which was announced on the 31st of January 2011 and went into effect on the 1st of April 2011, created this section. The goal of Legal Metrology is to provide public assurance in terms of security and reliability of weights and dimensions.
Under the Legal Metrology Act of 2009, there are some major stakeholders.
➢ Indian Manufacturer
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