The 2016 law tasks the state pollution control boards (SPCBs) to make the estimates, but no SPCB has done that as yet.
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Can India manage its toxic e-waste?ha on March 23, 2017, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) had projected in 2005 that by 2010, India would generate 0.8 million tonnes of e-waste. Since then, no projection has been made. <span>The 2016 law tasks the state pollution control boards (SPCBs) to make the estimates, but no SPCB has done that as yet. The law says that producers of electronic items should provide postal address, e-mail and toll-free numbers of collection centres—where consumers can drop their equipments—through websi
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