Make your business agreeable with the E-waste Management Rules with master help from Enviroxperts.

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  • Start- to-finish help for licenses and allows commanded under the E-waste Management Rules.
  • Arranging documents required with applications for setting up an e-waste recycling plant.
  • Lawful help for any issues during the business arrangement.
  • Organizing with government offices during the entire process.

Outline of E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016

E-Waste (Management) Rules were ordered in Indiaon the first of October 2016. The guidelines set out the obligations of partners like the maker, maker, assortment focuses, vendors, refurbishers, buyers or mass shoppers, dismantlers, recyclers, state government and climate organizations. The standards additionally characterize different terms and present crucial changes that were absent from the E-waste Handling Rules of 2011 The vital obligations of theCentral Pollution Control Board (CPCB), State Pollution Control Board (SPCB) and Pollution Control Committee(PCC) have also been defined.

The E-waste (Management) Rules, 2016, have been refreshed occasionally. The assortment and reusing targets were likewise presented for the makers/shippers and brand proprietors (PIBOs)through the correction in 2018. These rules, along with the Hazardous Waste (Management) Rules, 2016, additionally center around the treatment, stockpiling and removal of unsafe waste. Furthermore, the principles have likewise explained the post-consistence for substances associated with the treatment of e-squander.

Applicability of E-waste (Management) Rules, 2016

Contrasted with the E-waste (Handling) Rules of 2011 that covered just Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) in Timetable I, new guidelines acquainted in 2016 stretch out with parts, consumables, extras and portions of EEE and gear. The reasonable ramifications was that the majority of E-waste contains parts, consumables, extras and portions of EEE, which were not getting tended to in past standards involving the extent of the channelisation of unsafe E-waste to the casual area.

The E-waste (Management) Rules, 2016, focussed on the logical administration of specific electronic things like Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) and other mercury-containing lights that contain unsafe and poisonous parts. This considered the absence of guideline for overseeing CFL and other mercury-containing lights. CFL has been remembered for Timetable I of the E-waste Management Rules.

The Exemption Provided under E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016

The exception to Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) commitment was given to the miniature and little industry area as characterized in Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)Developmental Act, 2006. This went on in the 2016 principles. Nonetheless, little ventures, which are alluded to as one of the significant wellsprings of E-waste, have been remembered for the guidelines for obligation as makers without troubling them with EPR obligation as appropriate to makers.

Collection Mechanism under E-waste (Management) Rules, 2016

Prior, the assortment place were set up by the maker or any individual, office, or relationship to gather E-waste . After the E-waste (The board) Rules, 2016, the assortment was made the maker’s liability. They can now set up an assortment place or point or orchestrate a reclaim or repurchase system. Additionally, in the 2011 adaptation of the standards, separate authorisation from SPCBs for setting up such assortment places was essential. However, presently, the EPR plan of the maker demonstrates that assortment implies no different authorisation.

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) under E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016

Prior, the makers were expected to acquire Authorisation from SPCB/PCCs for executing their EPR. After the E-Waste Management Rules of 2016 happened, a solitary EPR Authorisation through CPCBwas presented. EPR not just figures out how to make the makers answerable for the whole life pattern of the item, yet it additionally underlines the assortment and reusing focuses for them. The jobs and obligations of the Producer Responsibility Organisation (PRO) have likewise been referenced in the principles to guarantee dish India execution of EPR for EEE items presented by PIBOs.

Authorisation and licenses that are obligatory under the E-waste Management Rules are consequently fundamental for any business connected with assembling, deal, import, reusing and removal of end-of-life EEE. Acquiring all licenses can be tedious and feverish for business visionaries who need to zero in on developing their organizations. Such organizations typically need master help and direction to satisfy their permitting and Authorisation prerequisites and EPR commitments.

Licences and documents needed under the E-waste (Management) Rules, 2016

Business Registration:Registering an E-waste Management Business Will Give the Unit the Legal Identity and Obtain further Licences and Authorisation Needed.

Documents required for company registration are-

  • PAN
  • ID Proof (Aadhaarcard or Voter ID or passport or driver's license)
  • Address proof
  • Latest Month's Savings Bank Statement or Telephone Bill in His Name Or The Latest Mobile Bill or Electricity Bill in His Name
  • Latest Passport Size Photograph, E-mail id, mobile numbers linked with Aadhaar
  • Registered office Address Proof: Latest Electricity Bill
  • No-objection Letter from the Landlord
  • Rental Agreement from the Landlord if the Premises Are Rented
  • Company E-mail Id

Consent NOC:Assent No Objection Certificate (NOC) is given to modern offices as indicated by the CPCB’s rundown. As the rundown is separated into three categories,i.e. red, yellow, green and white, the candidate should guarantee which variety class their unit falls under and apply as needs be. In spite of the fact that assent NOC has been made required under the Air and Water Act, it should be noticed that the partners overseeing electronic waste under the E-Waste (Management) Rules, 2016 will likewise need to keep the arrangements of the Environment Protection Act, Air Act and the Water Act.

Documents Required for the NOC Include

  • Duly filled Application form of the Concerned SPCB
  • Signed Undertaking
  • Site Plan
  • Detailed Project Report
  • Layout Plan with Details
  • Details of Finished Products
  • Rent/Lease Agreement
  • Industry Registration Documents
  • Consent fee (as applicable)
  • Any other Document Specified in the Application Form
  • Subtleties of Water Pollution Control/Air Pollution Control Devices And Solid Waste/Hazardous Waste Management Facilities Provided(their Area Anywhere Nearby, Limit and Leave Focuses)
  • Lab Investigation Report of the Exchange Profluent and Emanations
  • Duplicate of any natural leeway or other authorization expected from the state government
  • Any other Document Specified in the CTO Application Form

Authorisation to Store, Dismantle or Refurbish Under the E-waste (Management) Rules, 2016

The concerned SPCBs grant Authorisation to keep e-squander or dangerous parts for destroying. Such Authorisation is given to Treatment Storage and Disposal Facilities (TSDFs). Essentially, destroying and revamping exercises need earlier Authorisation from concerned SPCBs/PCCs.

Documents required in this regard are –

  • Prescribed Application Form
  • Consent to Establish Granted By the SPCB
  • Registration Certificate Issued by District Industries Centre
  • Proof of Installation of Air Pollution Control Devices
  • Proof of Installed Capacity and Machinery Issued By the DIC
  • Process Flow Chart for Dismantling E-waste
  • Registration With Authorised TSDF Operator
  • Details of Effluent Treatment Mechanism
  • Authority Letter/Power of Attorney

PRO Authorisation

Producer Responsibility Organisation (PRO is a specific element that can be recruited to satisfy EPR commitments. The obligations and necessities for Genius Authorisation through CPCB have been referenced in E-squander (The board) Rules, 2016.

Documents required for PRO Authorisation

A Waste Processor That Needs To Be Enrolled as Need Might Arise to Present the Accompanying Reports to CPCB Alongside the Application –

  • Name and Address of the PRO
  • Name and Address of the Authorised Person
  • Category of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE) it will be Handling
  • Details of channel Partners
  • Limit concerning assortment, stockpiling, transportation, and the limit of dismantlers and recyclers with whom it has an arrangement
  • PAN and GST Number
  • Details of Organisational Structure and Process Flow Chart
  • Details of Collection Mechanism, Website, Toll-Free Numbers

EPR Authorisation

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR)Authorisation is required by any element that brings EEE into the market and gains a benefit consequently. Accordingly, aside from the PIBOs referenced over, a shipper or refurbisher bringing in utilized EEE will likewise require EPR Authorisation from CPCB and authorization from the Service of Climate, Timberland and Environment Change(MoEF&CC).

The Main Documents Required to Obtain EPR Authorisation for E-Waste Management Are as Follows:

  • GST Certificate
  • Importer Exporter Code (IEC)
  • Ownership Documents of the Site (Rent or Lease Proof)
  • Memorandum of Association (MoA)
  • Details of Imported Products Like EEE Code, Quantity Imported and So On
  • Form 1 for EPR Authorisation
  • EPR Plan copy of Permission From Relevant Ministry/Department for Selling Their Product
  • Copy of Agreement With Dealers, Collection Centre, Recyclers, Treatment Storage and Disposal Facilities
  • Copy of Trade Licence Issued by Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT)
  • Self-declaration, Including the Importer's Name and Authorised Person, Brand Name and Contact Details.


Documentation and application fee Document scrutiny by the authorities Issuance of EPR authorisation
The candidate should present a structure intended for the sort of authorisation and the guideline however with all necessary reports to the natural organization (SPCB/PCC or CPCB). This should be joined by a complete EPR Plan for the assortment, destroying or Recycling of the E-waste likewise. The CPCB or SPCB endorses or dismisses the application in light of the announcement in the structure. Whenever supported, the candidate should get their site examined by specialists. In the event of fragmented applications or any issues, the candidate will be given a hailed time span to determine such issues. CPCB or SPCB/PCC approves or allows the office to perform inside a period bound way. If there should be an occurrence of correction in rules, an overhauled NOC is given.

Scope of E-waste Management Businesses

Electronic waste or E-waste has been quite possibly of the quickest developing waste stream in India somewhat recently. As this E-waste is a mind boggling structure of in excess of 1000 components, dealing with the finish of-life squander turns out to be very fundamental. Comprehensively, the waste comprises of ferrous and nonferrous metals, plastics, wood and compressed wood, printed circuit sheets, cement and pottery, elastic and different things. The inappropriate administration of these wastes creates complex worries along different lines, with unique notice of the climate and wellbeing.

Changes Brought by the E-waste (Management) Rules, 2016

The E-waste, when left unregulated, delivered unsafe waste and leachates that were debasing soil and, thus influencing the groundwater table. It drove down to the natural pecking order, influencing creatures and people at various levels. Furthermore, the smoke in the wake of consuming E-waste causes air contamination. The E-waste (The board and Taking care of) Rules of 2011 were made to completely manage this. E-waste (The board) Rules, 2016, later supplanted it. For example, aside from makers, dismantlers and recyclers of e-squander, these principles were extended to the producers, vendors, refurbishers and Aces. The progressions to these principles meant to resolve the issue of spillage of e-squander into the casual area at all phases of channelisation.

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