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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET) (Vol.11, No. 11)

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Page : 2074-2083

Keywords : E-waste; Information and Communication Technology (ICT); Statics; Ewaste management; Market overview; environment.;

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This paper provides an overview of data on the worldwide production of electrical and electronic waste and the sales of new electrical and electronic devices. The total quantity of e-waste produced in 2014 amounted to about 41 million tons, increasing at 3-5% annually. A comparison has also been discussed between the produced e-waste, the brutal domestic product and the country's population, which indicates the GDP of any world to be directly linked to that country's e-waste. There is no significant impact on the population of the country. The paper further highlights the importance and the advantages of reuse by demonstrating what methods the recycling plants actually use. This scenario incorporates the most important elements of e-waste and extends to all countries that seek to collect data and compile e-waste statistics. Finally, the frameworks can be built to provide a useful e-waste overview of the country's market for electronic and electrical products as well as its performances in e-waste generation and collection. This model was provided in accordance with an e-waste category. Relevant data may already be available in the countries repositories for development of indicators. The guides also include open source documents, processes, country examples and statistics that help countries to generate their own projections if there is no information. Finally, the scenario, impact solution and management and how it affects the environment has been discussed in this literature.

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