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CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES FOR E-WASTE MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

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Abstract: Electronic wastegenerated in developing countries are not scientifically handled causing directand indirect hazardous problems to the global environment leading to enormouseffect on human health and society.  Currently it is expected that 400 million of ewaste is generated per year by a developing country like Bangladesh. TheE-waste management is exacerbated due to several problems which include lack ofproper infrastructure, scientific,economic, technically trained human assets and inadequate infrastructure. Thecomposition of E-waste are toxic materials like Beryllium(Be), Barium(Ba) ,Arsenic(AS), Mercury(Hg), Cadmium(CD), Lead(PB) which are being generated from  discardedelectronic products such as computers, mobile phones, televisions, faxmachines, audio equipments and batteries. There is a certain lack of awarenessof how to reused, rescale and refurbished these products so as to minimizetheir effects as some of their e waste which are dump to landfills reduces thequality of land due to the percolation of the toxic materials into the soilthrough the leach ate. Due to improper E-wastepolicy and restricted use of preventive proceduresadopted in developing countries like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh has causean alarming concern for effectively handling E-waste. In this paper, weinvestigate the effects of  E-wasteproblem in developing countries, challenges that are being facedin handling the e waste. We have also proposed certain solutions which can beundertaken to recover and reuse the best from the E-waste.

Keywords: E waste,Recycling, ICT

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