The government of India has released E-Waste (Management) Rules 2022, a guide for
Manufacturers, Brand Owners, Importers, Bulk Consumers and Recyclers to manage E-waste
generated in India.
E-waste is the term used to describe waste generated from electrical and electronic devices. It
includes all types of electrical and electronic products, such as televisions, computers, mobile
phones, microwaves, kitchen appliances, solar panel, laptops etc. The government has
identified e-waste as one of the most serious environmental issues in India and has launched
several initiatives to deal with it.
The new E-waste (Management) Rules aimed at encouraging manufacturers and brands to
manage their end-of-life products responsibly by associating with authorised e-waste
recyclers like “Attero”, for collection, end-to-end recycling and disposal of e-waste.
In this article, we will discuss the key highlights of E-waste Rules 2022, regarding E-waste
management in India.
The new E-waste (Management) rules 2022 are now notified by the Indian government.
These regulations aim to ensure that manufacturers, Producers and importers can manage their E-waste properly and safely while also protecting human health and the environment from harmful elements found in electronic equipment.