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Ewa. RRD & Co. Electronic & Electrical Waste Recycling Dismantling & Disposal Ewa. RRD & Co. Electronic & Electrical Waste Recycling Dismantling & Disposal

Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery § Process Flow § Input § Output § Material Balance § Pollution Control Measures § OH&S

About E-War. DD § § § Size of the unit: 1500 sq. ft. Number About E-War. DD § § § Size of the unit: 1500 sq. ft. Number of employees: 10 Location: Industrial area of Bommanahali Modern equipment Installed Capacity – 2 tonnes per day Objectives § To work within the framework of the law to ensure environmentally safe reuse and recycling of e-Waste § Provide opportunities for safe recycling of e-Waste to households and small establishments § Act as a source of inspiration towards other informal sector companies

Roots § Gowri Palya is the heart of e-Waste recycling in Bangalore with more Roots § Gowri Palya is the heart of e-Waste recycling in Bangalore with more than 50 units located there § Dismantlers and precious metal recovery done in tiny units interspersed between shops and households § 10 dismantlers came together to form E-Wa. RDD

Collaboration German Technical Corporation (GTZ) Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research (EMPA) Collaboration German Technical Corporation (GTZ) Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research (EMPA) § Two years training in testing and upgrading e-waste, and identifying and handling hazardous substances § Outlining of a business plan

Motivation § Realized that there was no future for the informal sector unless we Motivation § Realized that there was no future for the informal sector unless we upgrade and work like the formal sector § Wanted to demonstrate to the rest of the sector that it was possible to get official recognition

‘Pasha could be the first person to convert from the informal recycling sector to ‘Pasha could be the first person to convert from the informal recycling sector to the formal sector in India, and perhaps in the world, too. ’ Times of India, 5 March 2009 recycling unit before formalization, 2006

Milestones 2006 § § Outlining of a business plan with GTZ Beginning of the Milestones 2006 § § Outlining of a business plan with GTZ Beginning of the training with GTZ and EMPA 2007 § § § Investment of Rs 8, 000 Relocation from a residential area to an industrial area Obtained CFE in April 30 from the KSPCB 2008 § § Purchase of pollution control equipment and occupational safety and health equipment Investment of Rs 6, 50, 000 2009 § § Obtained CFO in March from the KSPCB valid till 30. 06. 2010 Application for CPCB authorization

Location Industrial area of Bommanahalli Location Industrial area of Bommanahalli

Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery § Process Flow § Input § Output § Material Balance § Pollution Control Measures § OH&S

Processes § § § Collection and storage Segregation Functional Testing Dismantling Scrap recovery Processes § § § Collection and storage Segregation Functional Testing Dismantling Scrap recovery

Segregation and storage of received material Segregation and storage of received material

Functional testing service room computer testing Functional testing service room computer testing

Dismantling dismantling of non-functional appliances dismantling of CRT tubes Dismantling dismantling of non-functional appliances dismantling of CRT tubes

Storage (i) storage boxes for large size segregated material Storage (i) storage boxes for large size segregated material

Scrap recovery segregation of CPU components tools used for dismantling and segregation Scrap recovery segregation of CPU components tools used for dismantling and segregation

Storage (ii) storage bins for small size segregated material flat wires CPUs plastic from Storage (ii) storage bins for small size segregated material flat wires CPUs plastic from watches

Machinery for Processes § Collection and storage: Storage bins, racks, tables, Hired vehicles for Machinery for Processes § Collection and storage: Storage bins, racks, tables, Hired vehicles for collection § Functional Testing: Multimeter § Dismantling: All the operations are done manually with electric and manual screw driver, hammers, chisel, cutter and other hand tools

Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery § Process Flow § Input § Output § Material Balance § Pollution Control Measures § OH&S

Input Sources Types of waste § Households, apartments, clubs § Schools § Scrap dealers Input Sources Types of waste § Households, apartments, clubs § Schools § Scrap dealers and small companies § Large scale companies § Electronic devices § Electrical devices § IT and telecommunication § Medical equipment

Process flow Collection of e-waste Segregation and storage Eventual add of components Manufacture of Process flow Collection of e-waste Segregation and storage Eventual add of components Manufacture of new products Eventual refurbishment Sale to second hand market Recovery of reusable components Sale to metal recycler Plastic scrap Sale to plastic recycler Batteries Sale to authorized battery recyclers CRT glass Examination of refurbishment or reuse possibilities Metal scrap Large e-waste recycler PCB Boards of low and high quality Sale to PCB smelters Non recyclable hazardous waste (e. g. backup tapes) Storage until hazwaste landfill is operational (TSDF) Dismantling Recovery of scrap

Stock Iron : 600 kg Aluminium : 30 kg E-waste stock : 10 tons Stock Iron : 600 kg Aluminium : 30 kg E-waste stock : 10 tons Copper : 20 kg Bross : 15 kg Reburbished CRT : 900 kg Dismanteled ewaste : 1100 kg Plastic : 250 kg Batteries : 1 kg PCB Boards : 60 kg CRT glass : 100 kg Non recyclable hazardous waste : 4 kg

Output (Contact established with the following vendors and materiel supplied to outhorised recyclers) Scrap Output (Contact established with the following vendors and materiel supplied to outhorised recyclers) Scrap Destination Scrap Intended destination Metal scrap Moogambigi Metal Trading Company Kempanayakanahalli Village Bannergatta Hamlet, Jigani Hobali Anekal Taluk, Bangalore CRT glass Recycling smelters Plastic scrap Petroplast Industries No 19, K. H. Ranganatta Colony Mysore Road, Bangalore PCB boards Umicore Broekstraat 31 rue du Marais B-1000 Brussels Belgium Batteries G. N. Industry Peeniya Dasarhali 2 nd stage Bangalore Nonrecyclable hazardous waste TSDF Dabbespet, Nelamangala Tq, Bangalore rural

Outflows of air and sewage Type Pollution control measures Destination Air Cyclone and dust Outflows of air and sewage Type Pollution control measures Destination Air Cyclone and dust collector. Capacity : 2’ 000 KL/H TSDF Dabbespet, Nelamangala Tq, Bangalore rural Water No treatment Decentralized waste water treatment

Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery § Process Flow § Input § Output § Material Balance § Pollution Control Measures § OH&S

Pollution Control Equipment § § Chimney with hood (height 6 m) CRT dismantling chamber Pollution Control Equipment § § Chimney with hood (height 6 m) CRT dismantling chamber with vacuum Cyclone and dust collector Separate storage for hazardous wastes Air pollution monitoring certificate available from certified Laboratory.

Pollution control equipments (i) hood CRT dismantling area Pollution control equipments (i) hood CRT dismantling area

Pollution control equipments (ii) cyclone and dust collector 6 m high chimney Pollution control equipments (ii) cyclone and dust collector 6 m high chimney

Storage of hazardous waste batteries, condensators and capacitors tapes CRT glass Storage of hazardous waste batteries, condensators and capacitors tapes CRT glass

Monthly monitoring mechanism hazardous waste display board Monthly monitoring mechanism hazardous waste display board

Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery Agenda § About E-War. DD § Unit Operations and Machinery § Processes § Machinery § Process Flow § Input § Output § Material Balance § Pollution Control Measures § OH&S

OH&S Equipment § § § § § Protective mask Heavy duty hand gloves Safety OH&S Equipment § § § § § Protective mask Heavy duty hand gloves Safety boots Protective eye-glasses Ear muffs First aid kit First aid chart Fire extinguisher Chart depicting emergency contact numbers

Occupational safety and health equipments fire extinguisher and first aid kit protective glass, mask Occupational safety and health equipments fire extinguisher and first aid kit protective glass, mask and gloves emergency phone numbers

Contact Details Mr. Asif Pasha Proprietor EWa. RDD & Co. #6, Hosur Main Road Contact Details Mr. Asif Pasha Proprietor EWa. RDD & Co. #6, Hosur Main Road 14 th Cross Bommanhalli Bangalore – 560068 Mobile +91 98808 84166 Email [email protected] com Website www. ewardd. com