E-waste Management
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E-waste Management

Alankit Limited E-waste program

At Alankit Limited, we believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that we do business in such a manner that it enriches our environment and planet. That’s why we make sure that we deliver innovative and eco-friendly products to our consumers. We are committed to product stewardship through the life cycle of our electronics and ensure compliance with E-waste rules in India.

About E-waste

E-waste has been defined as “waste electrical and electronic equipment, whole/in part or rejects from their manufacturing and repair process, which are intended to be discarded.” In other words, E-waste or Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment is the term used to describe old, end-of-life or discarded appliances using electricity. With the increase in usage and dependence on electrical and electronic gadgets such as washing machines, refrigerators, air conditioners etc., there has been an increase in E-waste generation in large quantities. A UN report estimates that the worldwide generation of E-waste is around 30 to 50 Million tonnes per annum. E-waste generally consists of those substances which are hazardous to the environment and can seriously affect the health of human beings.

Benefits of recycling of old electronic products/why recycle?

  1. Saves Natural Resources :There is a need to encourage the recycling of all useful and valuable materials from E-waste to conserve ever-depleting natural resources. Recycling end-of-life products is vital if we are to save resources and minimise waste.
  2. Reduces Environmental Pollution :Scientific disposal of E-waste reduces environmental pollution. Moreover, making products from recycled materials creates less air and water pollution than making products from virgin materials.
  3. Alternate Resource :With virgin resources facing rapid depletion, E-waste can be a good alternate resource since it contains many valuable and recoverable materials such as aluminium, copper, gold, silver and ferrous materials.

Negative consequences of disposal of product in an unscientific manner

  1. Health Risks :E-waste-connected health risks may result from direct contact with harmful materials such as lead, cadmium, chromium, brominated flame retardants or polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), from inhalation of toxic fumes, as well as from accumulation of chemicals in soil, water and food.
  2. Children Are VulnerableChildren require more specific protection from E-waste exposure. As they are still growing, their air, water and food intake is more as compared to adults- and with that, the risk of hazardous chemical absorption. Moreover, it may cause irreversible damage to their central nervous, immune, reproductive and digestive systems.
  3. Environmental Degradation :Oil and gases which are present in E-waste, such as compressors and CRT, cause environmental pollution. Burning of rubber and plastic in open areas causes air pollution.

Accidental breakage/damage of electronics & E-waste:

Accidental breakage and damage of electronics and E-waste can pose a threat to the environment. As long as the toxic components in electronics are enclosed within the original manufacturer’s designed outer shell of the gadget, they don’t pose much of a danger as they have been engineered to contain any such effects. However, accidental breakage or damage of such electronics or E-waste can lead to toxic elements leaking and contaminating their immediate environment. Damage to the environment due to accidental breakage of E-waste is a major concern in informal E-waste disposal and recycling facilities, so consumers need to ensure that they dispose of their E-waste only at authorised E-waste recycler.

Brief about E-waste (Management) rules 2016

The E-waste (Management) Rules, 2016 have been notified with the primary objective to channelise the E-waste generated in the country for environmentally sound recycling, which is largely controlled by the un-organised sector who are adopting crude practices that results in higher pollution and less recovery, thereby causing wastages of precious resources and damage to the environment.

The appliance’s packaging material is recyclable. Your appliance also contains recyclable matter, which is marked with the label; Do not mix it with the waste.

How to drop off products at our collection point?

Here are the steps you need to follow when dropping off your electronics item at our Collection Point:

  1. Pack the electronic item in light packaging so that the device is secured inside safely.
  2. Identify the Collection Point in your state through customer care.
  3. Take the packaged product to the Collection point.
  4. At the Collection Point, you will be provided with a form. Please fill in the necessary details.
  5. Now submit the product package along with the filled-up form at the Collection Point.

This way, the appliance recycling organised by Greeniva Recycler will be done under the best possible conditions, in compliance with E-waste Management and Handling Rules on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment. We thank you for fulfilling your responsibility towards the environment.

Greeniva Recycler – As part of this partnership with Greeniva Recycler, the company will ensure environmentally sound management of electronics that have reached their end-of-life phase. Greeniva Recycler has obtained all the necessary authorisations from the appropriate governmental agencies for their processing facilities. Greeniva Recycler ensures proper recycling and disposal of e-waste. This helps us protect the environment from any hazardous consequences which would be otherwise caused by the inappropriate waste management of e-waste.

Do’s and don’ts for customers


  1. Always look for information on the catalogue with your product for end-of-life equipment handling.
  2. Ensure that only Greeniva Recycler repair and handle your electronic products.
  3. Always call the Local Greeniva Recycler to dispose of products that have reached end-of-life.
  4. Always drop your used electronic products, batteries or any accessories when they reach the end of their life at your nearest Greeniva Recycler Call Centre.
  5. Wherever possible or as instructed, separate the packaging material according to responsible waste disposal options and sorting for recycling.
  6. Always disconnect the battery from the product, and ensure any glass surface is protected against breakage


  1. Do not dismantle your electronic products on your own.
  2. Do not throw electronics in bins having a “Do Not Dispose” sign.
  3. Do not give E-waste to informal and unorganized sectors like Local Scrap dealers/ Rag Pickers.
  4. Do not dispose of your product in garbage bins along with municipal waste that ultimately reaches landfills.

Collection Points/Drop Points

You can find your nearest Collection Points here.

In case of any queries regarding the proper disposal and/or recycling of electronics, consumers can contact the helpdesk (Toll-free) at:

Toll-Free No: 1800-102-4919

Email: info@greenivarecycler.com

Collection Scheme

Whether all states covered?

We will cover all states in India.

Specific Collection Schemes (Buyback, Exchange, DRS, etc.);

  • Buyback: We will have a mechanism of incentivizing customer who wants to return their end-of-life products (e-waste), whereby any of our consumers wants to discard their products. They call on our E-waste helpdesk. Once any call is received by our e-waste helpdesk. Our team directly calls them and makes an agreement to collect the end-of-life products from their doorsteps depending upon the life of the product. We do incentive our customers.
  • DRS: We are not planning yet to implement DRS for our customers; we will intimate to Central Pollution Control Board once we will finalise the same.
  • Exchange: Exchange facility offer to every customer we will give them some discount (it depends on the quality of the old products) for exchange their old products with new products so that customer can take benefits of these schemes and we can easily get all products placed in the market at the end of the life and same will be channelised to the recycler for recycling purpose.
  • Coupons: We will also offer coupons for our old customers, and they can take benefit of the coupons. These coupons can be discounts of a specific amount or can be gifted to the customers.
  • New Product: After-sales, we will regularly offer our customers about the new product availability and offer our customers to exchange their old products.

Extended Producer Responsibilities Program [EPR Plan]

Brief on General scheme of collection

We have partnered with Greeniva Recycler Pvt. Ltd., registered with the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board for E-Waste Management Recycle and Dismantle all E-Waste.

  • As per the agreement of Greeniva Recycler Pvt. Ltd., Greeniva Recycler Logistics Partner [GATI KINTETSU EXPRESS PVT. LTD.] will collect our all e-waste generated from the PAN India location and Recycler & Dismantle the same at their plant at G-284, M.G Road, Industrial Area, Ghaziabad (U.P)- 245101.
  • Greeniva Recycler, our e-waste management partner is having all authorisations related to e-waste recycling from UPCB/CPCB and all connections related to Air/Water/Hazardous waste. They have a capacity of 780 MT Per Annum.
  • Keeping in view our sales volume and generation of e-waste as per our future e-waste target and our expansion plan, we have decided to follow these mechanisms in our organisation for the collection of e-waste:
  • Our Recycling & Dismantling Partner tie up with Reverse Logistics Partner [GATI KINTETSU EXPRESS PVT. LTD] for the Collection of E-waste material from the PAN India Location, also our Reverse Logistics Partner [GATI KINTETSU EXPRESS PVT. LTD] sharing of the warehouse as a collection point and safe and environmentally sound transport of E-waste Material.
  • As per our agreement with Greeniva’s Recycler, if any customer wants to drop off and doorstep of E-waste material & their products they can reach or call our e-waste recycling partners toll-free number 1800-102-4919 [E-WASTE HELPDESK OF GREENIVA RECYCLER PVT. LTD]. Greeniva representatives explain to them the process of drop off and doorstep collection and make them aware of our Reverse Logistics Partner's nearest drop point collection centre address and provide the declaration and acknowledgement copy through the mail, also Greeniva representatives explain to them about the recycling & dismantling process of E-waste material.
  • Greeniva Reverse Logistics Partner will collect the material from the warehouse which is dropped off by the customer on a weekly basis and send the E-waste material to Regional Warehouse, Regional Warehouse team sent the material to Centralise Warehouse house as per respective state, Centralise Reverse Logistics Team sent E-Waste material to Recycler & Dismantler Plant for further final processing, recycling & disposal for the same.
  • Greeniva Reverse Logistics Partner will collect the material from the customer site as per the customer's request and also provide the acknowledgement & declaration copy to the customer and send the E-waste material to Regional Warehouse, Regional Warehouse Reverse Logistics Team sent the material to Centralise Warehouse as per respective state, Centralise Reverse Logistics Team sent E-Waste material to Recycler & Dismantler Plant for further final processing, recycling & disposal for the same.
  • Customers also track the E-waste material through Docket Number which is mentioned in Acknowledgment & Declaration letter.
  • Greeniva’s Reverse Logistics Partner [GATI KINTETSU EXPRESS PVT. LTD] Collection Center address with contact details attached for your reference.

Proposed Producer Awareness & Allied Initiatives:

Every customer is advised and created awareness about how can be handled the electronic goods and channelised to be approved e-waste recyclers as per E-waste Management Rule 2016. Lack of awareness among various stakeholders about the ill effects of end-of-life products (E-waste) is a major concern in our country. For reducing the adverse impact on the environment and health, we need to initiate sustainable mechanisms to create awareness among the stakeholders.

Alankit Limited will launch an awareness program on the environmental hazards of Electronic Waste under the EPR Plan implementation. We are planning to provide financial support for conducting various awareness programs by Academic Institutions Industry Associations, and Professional Organisations for organising workshops, seminars for schools, colleges, residents, welfare associations (RWAs), Bulk Consumers, Regulatory Bodies, Media Engagement etc. So that they can provide information regarding the buyback program system of Alankit Limited and make campaign material for wide circulation on the effect associated with e-waste.

An e-waste awareness manual can be provided to customers for handling e-waste with proper guidelines as per e-waste management handling rules 2016.

1. Seminars/Workshops

We will conduct region-wise awareness programmes and workshops at a specific period of time and invite various stakeholders, schools, colleges, Institutions, Retailers, Dealers, Bulk Consumers, etc., to attend the same, and we have spread awareness about the hazardous content contained in the electronics goods. We will also educate our Stakeholders, Schools, Colleges, Institutions, Retailers, Dealers and Bulk Consumers about the benefits of recycling electronic goods.

We are planning for conducting seminars, and workshops once a year in metro cities, small cities, urban areas, north-east states.

2. Training

At the time of sale of the electronic goods, the customers are provided training about how to use that electronic goods and at the end of the life of each product, it should be disposed of as per e-waste management rules and should not be left in the open environment.

3. Advertisement

We will spread awareness by all means of social media like Facebook, etc. and will provide advertisements by inserting pamphlets & booklets inside the newspapers so that every citizen of India would be aware of how to handle the E-waste.

4. Logos

While packaging the product, we ensure that there will be an e-waste recycling logo on the packed product.

User Guide/ Booklet/ Brochures:

It will provide the consumers for handling E-waste, as far as collection and recycling arrangements with proper guidelines as per E-waste Management Rule 2016

Summary of Awareness Program:

Seminars/Workshops Once in a Year
Training Once in a six Month
Advertisements Once in a six Month
Logos On Packaging of Every Product
User Guide/ Booklets/ Brochures Inside every packed product
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